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Tinandel


I like ponies.

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Thanks for reading and enjoying "Every Five Hundred Years." I really appreciate it! :twilightsmile:

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Yeah, not many people write assimilation and consent and happiness and permanence all together at the same time!
If you want to follow me, I'm considering writing a sequel!
And, if you like roleplaying at all, you might be able to help me write it~

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Well, what’s not to like? I enjoy Luna and Celestia as literal deities, and I’ve always had a real soft spot for futa, light domination, and mild transformation themes. The whole concept of being absorbed into and one with Luna, an actual Goddess of good and deeply likeable / sympathetic character, just... resonates. I also enjoy a certain element of permanency in my stories; mindless body knocking is fun and all, but intimacy with long-lasting consequences often makes it a lot more meaningful. At least, in my book.

I enjoyed the story because it hit all the right notes for me. It was domination, but very light and loving domination. Applebloom and Applejack were reduced to nothing more than tools for Luna’s pleasure, forever... but also allowed to become one with utter perfection and couldn’t be happier about that. It makes perfect sense to me.

Stories of these sorts are surpassingly rare. I tend to appreciate them strongly when they do show up. And this one was well-written, detailed, and consistent from start to finish.

May I ask what you liked about my clopfic? :raritywink:

Thanks for the follow! :yay:

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.hack Quantum · 2:11am Mar 3rd, 2014

So I noticed there's yet another new .hack show on Netflix. Remembering this series all the way back from high school, I decided to check out the first episode, out of idle curiosity. It's a pretty cool premise: A neural-interface MMORPG that's massively popular turns out to have a dark secret in its programming, and upon being attacked by a mysterious enemy in the game, players go into comas in real life.

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.hack Quantum · 2:11am Mar 3rd, 2014

So I noticed there's yet another new .hack show on Netflix. Remembering this series all the way back from high school, I decided to check out the first episode, out of idle curiosity. It's a pretty cool premise: A neural-interface MMORPG that's massively popular turns out to have a dark secret in its programming, and upon being attacked by a mysterious enemy in the game, players go into comas in real life.

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