Wonderbolt Road - Chapter TenFeeling clam and collective on such a big day for her, Firefly was just about getting ready for one of the proudest days of the young pink mare’s life. Today was her wedding day, and it was a lovely spring afternoon up in the Cloudsdale skies, which was perfect for the future Pegasus couple. The pink mare herself was getting ready inside the bride’s dressing room, with some assistance from her bridesmare Posey. Also there was Posey’s young daughter Fluttershy, who was acting as the flower filly, despite her young age.Wonderbolt Road - Chapter Ten1 day ago in Drama More Like This
The yellow mare was just tightening up Firefly’s dress, making sure it was nice and comfortable for her “How’s that Firefly, is it okay?” Posey wondered
“Its fine Posey, I’m sure the little baby is alright” Firefly chuckled
Posey giggled back “I’m sure he or she is. I was the same when I got married”
“Well I trust ya Posey” Firefly continued to laugh “So eager and excited to ge
What Mykan prefers in Fan Fics/Plots (Partly)WHAT MYKAN PREFERS IN FAN FICS/PLOTS (Partly)What Mykan prefers in Fan Fics/Plots (Partly)2 days ago in Drama More Like This
I make this to help decent, understanding people understand me further… and to further show off the stupidity of my haters (Especially you W.T)
Some people think that fan fiction is a mirror of real life, that’s only slightly true, but some people (Like my haters) stoop so low, they think that fan fiction is a projection of what you actually wish to do in real life, or it depicts how you behave in real life.
That is not true at all, and anyone who thinks that way needs a serious attitude adjustment (I do not) Why they treat fan fiction worse than I ever did, at least I know they’re just cartoons (I prefer to write about them anyway)
Today, I would like to show what one of my main inspirations of plotting for any sort of fic or story I prefer, and what got me into making fics in the first place.
Many of you believe that the way I write fics is sexist and offensive to people. Well, I don’t believe you, and I never w