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Comma-Kazie


I'm Comma-Kazie; grammarian, nitpicker, and all-around master of feels.

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This story is a sequel to Winning Pony: Road Not Taken


Years before the events of Winning Pony: Road Not Taken, Sparkler didn’t know her big sister. She didn’t have one.

For as long as she could remember, Sparkler had been in a foster home, under the care of Equestria’s Foal Services. It hadn’t been perfect, but life had been pretty good while she waited for somepony to adopt her.

Thirteen years is a long time to wait, though, and she had all but given up on ever leaving. Given up, until she found everything she knew suddenly and violently pulled out from under her. Hurt, scared, and alone, she’s found herself in a sea of new faces. Some help, some smile, most just fade into the background.

None of them seem interested in her, though. Not enough to take her home.

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This story is a sequel to The Life and Times of a Winning Pony


The changeling attack on Canterlot left the city devastated. Chrysalis and her swarm brought Equestria to its knees, and it was only through powerful magic and more than a little luck that the pony civilization survived.

Yet, an attack of this scale requires careful planning and preparations--and information that only guardsponies close to Princess Celestia would have. Guardsponies like Major Nimbus Gust.

For an infiltration on this scale, Chrysalis needs an agent with more independence and free will than any changeling under her control possess. Fortunately for her, though, not all changelings in the world are under her control—and for the right price, some would even be willing to help.

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Part of Chengar Qordath's Winningverse.

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This story is a sequel to The Life and Times of a Winning Pony


In the time since she became Derpy's daughter, Sparkler Doo has come to trust and love her mother more than words can express. Three years of tender, loving care and patience brought Sparkler out of her shell, showing a scared little filly that she was loved—and safe.

All it took was one fateful lapse in judgement to bring that crashing down. Now, with her faith in her mother shaken to its core, Sparkler has to take a step back and try to pick up the pieces.

Assuming she wants to.

This story takes place in tandem with the events of Chapter 19 of The Life and Times of a Winning Pony

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This story is a sequel to From the Mouths of Fillies


As her battle with cancer draws to a close, Ditzy Doo spends her final days with the ponies closest to her. There is so much for her to say to her friends and family--so much in so little time that she might forget to say one of the most important words may go unspoken.

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Cover art graciously provided by Meadowshrine.

A side story to From the Mouths of Fillies and Saying Goodbye, and a semi-sequel to What's in a Name.

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This story is a sequel to From the Mouths of Fillies


Dinky and Sparkler have the most awesome godmom in Equestria--that's right, me! Rainbow Dash. Being friends with their mom means I've spent a lot of time with them over the past few years. They're pretty cool kids.

But then ... well, Ditzy got sick. Like, really sick. I've been watching them for her, but if she doesn't get better soon, they may be staying with me for a lot longer than I thought.

That's okay, though: I'm Rainbow Dash. I can handle anything life throws at me.

(Connected to From the Mouths of Fillies, Saying Goodbye, and Feeling Regrets)

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Ditzy Doo is the daughter of a prominent family in Canterlot. So why has she shown up at Rainbow Dash's doorstep, years after they last saw each other? Rainbow is willing to go to out of her way to help an old friend, but she may get more than she bargained for: being away from home isn't the only thing Ditzy has to adjust to...

A prequel to the events of both continuities in The Winningverse.

Co-authored by Chengar Qordath.

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Not everything is as it seems when Dinky visits her mother in the hospital.

Connected to Chengar Qordath's "Saying Goodbye"

Now a dramatic reading! Courtesy of Lisa M.
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