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Sunchaser


Chase the sun, and it will smile upon you.

Jun
15th
2013

Cheers, Aye · 8:42pm Jun 15th, 2013

There have been many things I've been doing lately. A brief summation:

- Gleefully blowing up filthy Amarr zealots in my tricked out Tengu
- Killing raiders and tripping balls in an abandoned hallucinogenic vault
- Saving the earth from alien invasion with a team of specops motherf#%$ers
- Getting all my prep done to metaphorically rock out at Bronycon

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May
13th
2013

Oh Dear. · 9:45pm May 13th, 2013

...So.

I'm going to assume that the dozens of other blogs have covered most of the bases.

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May
4th
2013

The Trifecta Cometh · 4:34am May 4th, 2013

A brief (and abridged) recount:

[Sunchaser]: Curse my lack of prolific writing!
[Cynewulf]: And you weren't even there when I published three stories in twenty eight hours.
[Sunchaser]: *narrows eyes* ...Is that a challenge?
[Cynewulf]: Er not really but I'd love to see it?
[Sunchaser]: *dons sunglasses* Challenge accepted.
[Cynewulf]: OMG squee! This will be so awesome! Also you're absolutely not revising my lines after the fact!

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May
2nd
2013

The End of Neighs (Again) ...Or is it? · 1:40am May 2nd, 2013

Given the hivemind-telepathy rate of news transmission in the fandom - not least among we author types - I'll presume you've heard.

Equestria Girls Synopsis

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Apr
11th
2013

Not So Ethereal As I May Appear · 5:33pm Apr 11th, 2013

And to prove it, I even have a new story up. It's not a large chunk like Lavender Letter, comparatively small at ~1200 words, but the recent first-person no-dialogue trend bit me and I just had to get in on things.

Naturally, I went with Celestia. Was there ever any doubt? Thus do I present Perihelion.

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Mar
30th
2013

Speed Course in Shakespearean English · 4:40am Mar 30th, 2013

Greetings and salutations to the fief, you gorgeous and noble patrons, you! I've been cloistered away for a while, arguably writing less than I ought.

But now I have something I feel worth posting about, and hopefully it'll be useful! At the least, it might tide you over for a few minutes.

Thus do I present, for your consideration, Baron Sunchaser's CliffsNotes on Early Modern English Grammar!


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Feb
28th
2013

They Like It, They Really Like It (+New Story Snippet) · 9:21am Feb 28th, 2013

The Lavender Letter recently crossed that apparently-significant threshold of 1,000 upvotes! It sits just now at 1,005 up / 18 down, and hell, I'll take a 98.2% grade on just about anything. Interestingly enough, it's been over 1,000 favorites for a huge while, currently at 1,180 stars.

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Feb
16th
2013

Dawn of a New Day · 7:43pm Feb 16th, 2013

Well, we've walked into the solarium, and we've gotten our answer. And, at least so far as I see, it's "(provisionally) yes".

It seems that, perhaps, we have not suffered so terrible a fate as we may have thought.

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Feb
16th
2013

The End of Neighs · 3:04am Feb 16th, 2013

The armageddon clock ticks down; a hushed foreboding falls over Equestria. The hour draws near.

We've suffered a terrible fate, haven't we?

Much has been said over recent days. Some have seen doom and proclaimed the end: "corporate meddling!", they wail, tearing their clothes in grief. Others hold fast to their faith; "I believe in M.A. Larson", they cry, steadfast.

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Feb
10th
2013

The Guided Fandom Tour · 3:32am Feb 10th, 2013

Ladies and gentlecolts, if you look out the viewport to your left, you will see, beyond the cold plasma radiation shields, the active fusion core of a type-G main sequence solar mass!

If you now look out the viewport to your right, you will see the active fusion core of a type-G main sequence solar mass! An entirely different part of the core, that is.

I admit it can be hard to discern the difference.

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