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  • Hard Reset Twilight gives her life to stop a changeling invasion. Repeatedly. by Eakin 36,610 words · 73,310 views · 6,911 likes · 107 dislikes
  • A Stitch in Time A sequel to Hard Reset by Eakin 70,648 words · 38,453 views · 4,648 likes · 69 dislikes
  • You Can Fight Fate Twilight discovers that the Elements of Harmony aren't as benevolent as she thought, and crosses time and space in order to stop them by Eakin 61,759 words · 22,560 views · 3,724 likes · 54 dislikes
  • Duel Nature After a close call, Twilight learns to defend herself by Eakin 61,245 words · 12,697 views · 1,382 likes · 61 dislikes
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Given how far it was from being complete when I stopped, and how much the canon regarding changelings has advanced in the last few seasons, it probably isn't ever going to be finished. If you have specific questions about what I was considering for the rest of it I'd be happy to answer them though.

Allo just wanted to shout my love for the Hard Reset trilogy. Gonna start re-reading it this weekend on a long car trip.

Any news on Changing lives? i need to reread it as well but from what i remember it was a great bit of drama.

Just pointing this out SUUUUPER late, but you are a freaking MASTER at the whole time travel thing. You literally managed to make time travel make sense WITHOUT ANY LOOSE ENDS.

Comment posted by Keystone Gray deleted August 29th

Thanks! I really enjoyed writing it, and it's always nice to hear that something I've written in appreciated. I eventually ran out of steam where the Optimalverse is concerned, because I don't really believe that the almost-friendly version of CelestAI from Law Offices is actually compatible with the original story. Not that her actions in the story aren't plausible, but I find less and less dramatic tension in them the more I realize that CelestAI's only possible conclusion is as an almost Lovecraftian entity who canonically must always win in the end.

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