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Knight of Cerebus

Shaking off the rust

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Howdy! My name's Knight Of Cerebus, and I'm the source of all those Twilestia stories you either despise or adore with very little in between.

I used to do a lot of editing back in my university days, but with less free time on my hands, I don't really take editing commissions anymore, sorry.

If you're here because you like my writing, thank you so much. It's very flattering, and I always love getting positive feedback about it.

If you're here because I favourited a story of yours, know that I really cherished reading it and will probably go back to do so again. Thank you for writing, and keep being creative!

If you have any questions or concerns about the group, feel free to DM me. I'll gladly read over your request.

Cheers, Knight Of Cerebus

Stories I'm Incubating


In Which Politics Interrupts Your Weekly Dose of Opening Celestia's Heart · 4:27pm Mar 26th, 2018

So I have the new Chapter for Opening Celestia's Heart done right now. I'm going to be posting it soon, don't worry. But since Fimfic is getting extremely...political...right now, and for whatever reason some people think homosexuality needs to be a topic of political discourse...I'm going to wait for the drama storm to die down before I post the next chapter. I'm thinking I might link it in a Google Doc for now for those of you who can't wait. But that's the reason for the delay, so we're

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Awesome people that I edited for and you should totally follow:

Random String--This fellow only has one story, but it is pretty darn funny and certainly original. On top of that, he's a capital chap with a good deal of humility and an impressive dedication to his craft. Watch out for writing your Luna as a Sue though, Random!

The Wizard Of Words--The most famous TwiDash writer on the website and my first ever partner. Though he has a peculiar fascination with purple prose and some issues with characterization at times, he's a top notch writer with a great deal of energy and emotion packed into his works. Seriously, if you like TwiDash, go follow him.

Smiles--Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah. As a writer, Smiles has a singular problem. He can't ever publish what he writes. When he does, it's usually pretty good, but as a group manager he's outstanding. Seriously, he's both a fair mod and has a good grasp on what people need and like in their daily lives. He's also one of the nicest people on the website.

The Descendant--Do I really need to say anything? You probably follow him already. If you don't, crack open something he wrote and let it speak for itself. I'm pretty hard on him, mostly because of how good a writer he is. He tends to have trouble selling Spike's behaviour sometimes. Hopefully I'll be his tow rope for his next story, and anchor Spike's thoughts.

Rainbow Bob--If you know your Featured Box stories well, you've probably already guessed from my Least Favourite Fics list that Bob and I's history did not have a happy start. That said, he is a quirky, unusual writer with a great deal of dedication to the trade, and is probably more ubiquitous than Regidar. A good deal nicer, too. He's a reasonable and down to earth fellow, and while his stories usually aren't something that tickles my palette, he's certainly worth your time.

Darkdragoon--Probably the nicest person I've ever met on the internet. Go talk to him even if you don't follow his stories. Seriously, he's just worth your time in general. As to his writing, it's riddled with errors and nothing's been posted yet, but it has a nice sweeping feel to it and he does have some great concepts.

XSomeGuyX--A shipper, through and through. He only has one story up so far (minus a comedy collection I'm not tied to), but he's got a good hand on the tiller and a solid grasp of characterization. Has some issues with plot progression getting in the way of characterization, but he's always open to criticism and takes it in good grace. If Bizarre Love Triangles are your thing, he's the fellow for you.

Sabre--A very cerebral writer, and one with some interesting concepts I haven't seen on the site before. I edit a 1984-esque story for him, but he has a wide range of them, and he's certainly no slouch on his own. Watch out for comma placement, Sabre!

LordSmokedMeatsandFishes--I've never met a writer of the trade who creates more inoffensive work, and I mean that in the best way. His stories are unashamedly made to make you smile, and he needs more love, despite his name making me hungry at all times. Keep that perspective usage and your tone shifts in check, Meats.

AppleBandit--Clever and smooth with an eye for story mechanics, he keeps his stories run like a well-oiled machine. Sometimes he runs into Fridge Logic problems, but he's got a firm grasp on what he's doing, and is just generally very good at this whole "writing" shebang. Writes stories for a living IRL, if that's any indication.

Fuzzyfurvert--Fuzzy is my wing man, my mane cowriter on the website and a very trustworthy fellow. He's got a good sense of humor and a love of shipping Best Pony with princesses. While we may disagree on which princess ship is best ship, we can agree Needs to watch for story progression at times, as he gets a little sidetracked.

Der_Fur_Shur--So many grammar errors :raritydespair: That said, pacing and ideas are both certainly there. A new writer on the site who's still finding his path. Give him a ring!

Dragon Genesis--Too young! Too young to rule the kingdom! Seriously, this fellow writes well for somebody who started when he was fifteen. He has some great ideas, but he needs help pacing them out and giving them staying power. Hopefully I can help him with that.

Speedy--Speedy has what any good author should have before approaching an editor: A desire to do better. He has grammar issues, character issues, spelling issues and formatting issues, but he also has a desire to correct those mistakes and an earnest love of writing. With a little bit of patience and polish, the quality of his meticulous plotting and pacing talent really shines.

The Abyss--Not a Nietzsche reference, to my great shock. He is a great writer in pretty much all regards, though he doesn't do anything too adventurous at any times. My job is to pick out his grammar errors and supply the occasional plot point. He's a bit pushy, but very supportive and very generous.

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The character pic is also of the creature I consider to be condensed pure evil.
Sure theirs alot of crazy and cruel evil, but kubei is on another level, no matter how cute.

But I love your work, need to read more of it.

You know strictly going by your username, I'm surprised you haven't written any dark fics.

Those were two of them, but I recall some shorter ones cropping up too, I think.

I caught up with them already, I think. Teatime and Celestia Plays Dice, right?

Hope ya like it, then! (There's some good Twilestia stuff you missed too, if you want some links, I can PM them to you.)

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