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An Announcement · 6:42pm May 1st

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Today is a special day. For years now, I have been working silently, crafting a tale that I have kept in the background for this entire time as I strung keystrokes together for this site.

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The Harmony for All Trilogy

  • A Novice Swordsman in the Canterlot Court Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them.-William Shakespear. This story is about the latter. Alan Williams, a man trying to take a peaceful camping trip, finds himself in Equestria. Greatness follows. by DungeonMiner 222,202 words · 24,807 views · 2,131 likes · 166 dislikes
  • A Changeling Queen Under the Griffon's Crown Alan Goldenhoof, Pendragon of Equestria, finds himself caught in the middle of a civil war between the griffon Royal Family and the combined forces of Chrysalis and a rebel faction. by DungeonMiner 142,773 words · 15,260 views · 989 likes · 41 dislikes
  • A Repentant Draconequus on the Equestrian Throne Pendragon Alan Goldenhoof, after saving Equestria twice over, must now sit idly by as his world is destroyed piece by agonizing piece. by DungeonMiner 117,035 words · 3,239 views · 460 likes · 29 dislikes

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An epic length three part saga... and it is complete... all for my reading enjoyment...


I love your fafictions.
I think you have done a fantastic job with them so far.
I would like to get to know you better, in some way.
You may like my first project I've been working on, and maybe you could check it out.
I would very well appreciate it.
Anywho, I'll get out of your way for now.

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Re-reading "A Novice Swordsman". I almost forgot how much I loved the story. Your work was one of the first stories I ever read on the site and it was so amazing. I remember reading it as it was coming out and being frustrated that I read faster than you posted.

Yeah, it's for my "staff," the editors and whatnot.

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