Earth And Sky - Part 6Part 6 - Arrivals
As the group of mares and their accompanying dragon made their way across the broad, cobblestone expanse of the town square, they began to take note of a steady stream of ponies converging on Sugarcube Corner with looks of excitement on their faces. The majority seemed to be fillies and colts.
Twilight cocked a curious eyebrow. "Huh. Looks like a party. I wonder what the occasion is."
Spike flared his wings expectantly and licked his lips. "Maybe they're giving away free samples."
Apple Bloom shook her head. "That ain't likely. Sugarcube Corner hasn't done a giveaway in a long time. Not since ol' A.J. "helped" with the..." She fell silent as her elder sister shot her a glare.
Applejack let out a snort of annoyance, then pursed her lips thoughtfully as they approached the milling herd of ponies surrounding the sweet shop. "A party ain't too likely either, seein' as they're short hoofed with Pinkie bein' set t' have her foal any day now."
At this Rarity chimed in. "Well
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Chapter 41: Breaking point
This arc, hereafter refered to as "The Test Arc", has been officially discontinued. This chapter, along with chapters 42-46 which are linked to in the Artists Comments below, are no longer part of the Soul Fire story line. The Test Arc will never be completed. Eventually, new chapters with a new story line will be written to replace chapters 41-46. These new chapters will continue the story from chapter 40 and will become the new official story line. The original Test Arc chapters will remain posted on dA, but the links from chapter 40 will no longer lead to them. They will lead to the new chapters.
If you haven't already, I, the author, would prefer that you didn't read this arc as it will never be finished and I would not want my readers to feel confused when the new arc replaces this one. If you do read these chapters, try to remember that these events never happened, the characters did not think, say, or