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Gabriel LaVedier


Just another University-edicated fanfiction writer who prefers the cheers and laughter of ponies to madness and sorrow.

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This story is a sequel to The Accident


Angel is quite content with things, post-wedding. He has his beautiful bride, some much-loved kittens and a relatively hassle-free life.

That changes when some unexpected family pops up in his life, allowing Opal to see an unknown and very unexpected side of his family. They're after a favor, a very big favor, so they can purposefully enjoy all the things that came to Angel and Opal purely by accident.

No, this is not a crossover. But the names were just too good not to use. I've had this idea kicking around for a while. It was helped to fruition by, of course, my writing that actually is in Zootopia. But this is all pony. Sort of. Looks like being angry has brought a little mojo back.

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Party times are frequent in Equestria, but there are only a dozen state-wide official holidays. Those holidays have a significant meaning, connected to cosmic matters or points in history connected to significant yearly happenings. But as in the human world, there is the real story, then the fun and mythical story for added entertainment. As humans have Santa and the Easter Bunny, Equestrians have their own frivolous elements to celebrations, and stories about those fictional beings that reinforce societal values and link them to the holiday to justify the position.

(This is the first thing I finished since my aunt passed away. I've been out of the writing game for a long time. But it's time I crawl out of the mire and get back to the business of making socially-responsible pony fiction.)

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This story is a sequel to Dames of the Tea Table


August. Earnest. Occult. World-spanning. All-Powerful. Grandly conspiratorial. All these words and more do not in any way describe the Brotherhood.

Formed from the interest of mustachioed folks who wanted a place to ditch their ordinary lives for gossip, laughter, snacks and poker out in the wilds of the Everfree, the brotherhood is the antithesis of every dour, dark, dire and dull secret society that ever has or ever will exist. No hoof-wringing plots of political or business manipulation, no intent to stamp their will on the face of the earth, no need for treasure, converts or brainwashed servants.

Just some mustaches, some cards, and the fellows that combine them all.

These are the stories of the lives of the members, and how they act when they are separated from their order, collecting the stories that become the next heartily cheered tale in the middle of Spit in the Ocean.

Spike, Steven Magnet, Horte Cuisine, Magnum Belle, Fancy Pants, Ace, and Gustave LeGrand.

All hail the Brotherhood, and pass the fondue.

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This story is a sequel to The Long-Eared Temptress


The Principality hails and honors Prince Blueblood for standing up to bigots and openly embracing his love for Connie, the humble donkey palace maid who has won his heart. Their love is grand, their intentions clear and their hooves are set towards the altar. They will be married.

In the upper echelons of society.

A Royal Wedding is no small challenge. Blueblood has lived his life in the upper reaches and his great-aunts have as well. Connie... hasn't. The bride-to-be knows stern practicality, sensibility and the donkey desire for simple and effective solutions to ordinary problems. The world of gold-foil wedding gowns, fifty-layer cakes, and other inanities of the nobility are beyond her.

And then... there are parents...

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The village of Trotford is like the other small towns in Equestria. Quiet, unassuming, very nice. The stallions, however, are flighty, and the mares are upset they can't find a decent husband.

The stallions are satisfied with things, being free and clear to just have their own fun when they like. Nothing seems likely to change, and yet, things start to. More marriage, with the husbands so very happy and satisfied with their new lot in life. Some investigation is quite necessary...

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This story is a sequel to Etiamsi Omnes, Ego Non


Equestria's fall did not happen without responses and its degradation does not continue without retribution. Two figures promise to cleanse the world, to scrub the scum and horror away. Promises made, the poet says, are a debt unpaid. The rebels will pay their bill, in the blood of the guilty and monstrous.

(These stories will have different formats and inspiration.

The Ballad of the Last Arch-Magus- A poem, inspired by the epic "Horatius"
The Great Locutor- A conventional story containing a speech inspired by Charlie Chaplin's phenomenal one in "The Great Dictator.)

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This story is a sequel to Día de los Muertos


The holiday of love is coming. Contingents from across the face of the Principality of Equestria are coming to the little town of Ponyville. Even if it happens to be just a little town near a bigger and better city, there's a brand new feature to draw in lovers of a particular stripe.

(Happy Hearts and Hooves Day all! And remember, paws and claws are also out there.)

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Rarity, who has lived in Ponyville the longest out of all the Element-Bearers, tells them the tale of the three legendary figures that rise on Nightmare Night. Twilight Sparkle imagines that there may be a magically-natural explanation for the consistent sightings on a particular night. She proposes they investigate this. And in the process uncovers shocking secrets long buried and seemingly meant to be consigned to the mists of history. And between the mystery, the real story of a doomed romance, two figures coming together centuries before they should even have been mutually aware of one another.

Happy Nightmare Night and Happy Halloween all!
(A note on the title: It's two things. First of all, I am Hispanic and from Southern California, so it's in my cultural wheelhouse. The iconography and feel appeal to me. Secondly, the cover image inspired the story, in the main, and I thank Bronystories for sending it to me. The story is not, itself, a Hispanic tale.)

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"Twixinkilda," the chapter of "Contra the Heresies" was generally well-liked, but the main subject, the Serpent Crown, was seen as an interruption of the romantic action.

This is that chapter, purified. These are the stories of two very sweet, very odd couples, going about their lives as very weird and unique folks. An abdicated former princess, a Cannonite ex-rock-farmer; an Egg Grabber Bald griffiness, a Roani stage magician. So much oddness, so much love.

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(Request for ABagOVicodin)

Babs Seed, having learned her lesson and joined the Cutie mark Crusaders, thinks hard about every subject that comes across her attention. Her life, from her perspective.

(First Person Perspective)

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