Dear IdiotThis work of fan fiction contains characters, ideas, situations, and places found in the Hasbro Studios series "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic". No infringement of copyright is implied by this work of satire and parody, and this work is meant as a celebration of the people involved in the creation, development, and production of the series.Dear Idiot5 years ago in Humor More Like This
Written by The Descendant
His Majesty Prince Blueblood
Prince of Unicorns
Her Majesty Princess Celestia
Reigning Sovereign of the Equestrians
It's probably the doughnuts I'm currently ingesting at what can best be described as a "monumental rate", but I had the sudden irresistible urge pop you off a letter stating how terribly you buggered up the gala this year.
In case you were wondering the pleasant little unicorn you trod all over this evening was a personal friend of my Designate. That unicorn, Rarity (which is her name, by the way, in case you forgot it whilst staring at every haunch
MLP:FiM - Dawn of FlightDawn of FlightMLP:FiM - Dawn of Flight4 years ago in Romance More Like This
This MLP:FiM fanfiction is inspired by Dawn of a New Day, written by furor1. Please read his before reading mine, or some stuff may confuse you. It happens after DoND, although I'm going to be vague about the time. Use your imagination!
My Little Pony, Friendship is Magic is copyright and owned by Hasbro. All characters are created by Lauren Faust. No money is planned or intended by this fanfiction.
Rainbow Dash x Twilight Sparkle
The vibrant purple pony with a sparkling star mark that glittered on her flank lay comfortably on her side while the Autumn breeze blew through her mane. She was on top of one of the nearby hills not far from Ponyville. There was a book half open in front of her, but she hadn't even glanced at it in over an hour as her eyes traced the sky above. It was getting late in the evening, and finally da
The Star In Yellow - Part TwoTwilight smiled dreamily as she lounged on the smooth grass, splotches of green rubbing off onto her coat as she lay. Above her the sky was a pure, beautiful blue as it always was in Ponyville and the sun a perfect yellow, presiding on high over her wonderful village.The Star In Yellow - Part Two4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
She stared at the sun, enraptured, for what felt like hours. At the back of her mind a voice was telling her that it should hurt, that staring at the sun could irreversibly damage her eyes. Twilight wasn't sure how this could be possible though; the sun wasn't bright, it was just a yellow circle of paint as it had always been, in the exact centre of that watercolour sky.
A small silver and blue pony cheekily leapt over her, eyes fixed on a butterfly that seemed to drift along on the breeze. Twilight gave a wry smile as Silver Crescent tripped and fell head-first into the ground, a look of surprise on her face as she became covered in the powdery green of the grass. The butterfly moved higher without even flapping its perf
Blunder and Lightning - 3 of 4Blunder and Lightning - 3 of 44 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
With an accompanying sound stronger than any thunderclap, a brilliant halo of colors rippled across the horizon.
The Sonic Rainboom could be seen for miles around--possibly even worldwide. It touched the lives of ponykind everywhere, in ways that could be immediately seen, and in ways that wouldn't be known to anypony for years.
Truly, it was one of Equestria's greatest miracles.
But since she was at its point of origin, young Rainbow Dash wasn't aware of any of this. All she knew is that she'd finally showed those bullies what for, and Fluttershy was now safe!
She flew back to the starting point of the race where she'd challenged them, and saw them already there, sulking and licking the bruises they'd gotten from the Rainboom's shockwave.
"That's right, you cowardly colts," Dash taunted in a scratchy, yet spirited, voice. "Who's in charge of the skies now? Rainbow Dash, that's who! And my first order as ruler is that you and your pals never mess with..."
She looked for her friend
The Talk, Chapter 2"The Talk"The Talk, Chapter 24 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Written by The Descendant
Owliscious settled onto his perch on the far side of their living space.
As he worked at his wings, forcing the melting sleet from the down, he kept one ear and one eye on the figures of Twilight and Spike. They moved about wordlessly, slowly putting the wet scarves across the hearth, the sound of their hooves and clawed feet sounding out above the crackling of the fire.
The owl looked at Twilight, saw her looking at Spike with a distant, worried contemplation. He spun his head to look at Spike, saw him avoiding her gaze, moving sheepishly.
An understanding flew through the bird, and he slowly but certainly hid his face from their view and attempted to doze. In that moment the bird was very happy for his Equestrian animal intellect that he was smart enough to understand, comprehend, even if he was unable to articulate.
At least, the owl realized, that meant that he didn't have to give the baby dragon The Talk.
For Want of a Dawn - Chapter 17Descent unto Chaos.For Want of a Dawn - Chapter 174 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
[Warning: This chapter contains mild depictions of gore and themes which may not be suitable for younger readers (and one mild curse). Reader discrection is STRONGLY advised!]
Cracks and snaps sounded quietly in defiance of the thick tension that permeated the air. The familiar dance of tongues of flame flashed against stone and wood alike, the thin extensions twisting and twirling before detaching from the body of fire and evaporating from existence. She could very well have sat there and eyed the tiny expression of both destruction and creation for hours and never get bored. However, a particularly loud snap brought her to her senses.
Soft, sad music accompanied the crackle of the flames; the brass sedated, yet powerful as a pony sang a haunting melody of tragedy and loss. She sympathised with the long-dead stallion. Soon after, the strings, led by a piano, took the lead from the brass and pounding rhythm section.
For Want of a Dawn - Chapter 18 Hell at her HoovesFor Want of a Dawn - Chapter 184 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The sound of flapping wings drowned out the oppressive silence as the two mares trudged through the thicket of the ethereal forest. In a way, it was therapeutic for her to hear the familiar sound so close to her; to know that she had a friend who still earnestly cared about her. But... it also reminded her of something far more sinister and recent, something that still haunted her waking thoughts if she let them dawdle from what needed to be done.
"Let's see how she likes the Brazen Bull," cackled the phantom voice of a griffon, followed by her own pained screams of wreathing agony, turned into the snorts and grunts of a bull by the complex series of pipes. It was almost enough to make her stomach turn over... almost.
As much as she wanted to deny herself, as much as it would hurt to do so, she could not ignore the fact that, in those hours of merciless torture, a piece of her had d
Infinity Climax UnicornInfinity Climax Unicorn4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Twilight Sparkle's ears twitched as she stepped outside the front gates of Canterlot Castle. An umbrella floated through those same gates moments later, perching over her head to protect her from the downpour taking place on the castle's courtyard and for miles around.
Twilight wasn't about to let a little rain stop her, however. She knew why she was here, and also knew what she was about to face--and not a moment too soon.
Her ears twitched again as she heard the hum of a magic-engine in the distance. Twilight glanced at her watch, counting the seconds until the hum turned into a full-fledged roar, then shifted that attention from the watch to the other end of the courtyard, straight ahead of her...
...where a blue unicorn could be seen straddling a motorcycle.
The blue unicorn dismounted her vehicle and coolly trotted towards her violet rival. "Well, well, looks like you showed up after all. Glad to see you've been getting cold hooves less and less lately."
Twilight advanced in kind.
The 63rd Rune - Chapter 6The 63rd Rune - Chapter 64 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Chapter 6: Dusk Shine, Get Ready!
With a loud thud, and the sound of wicker forcing dirt and rock out of the way, Dusk Shine's balloon landed at the outskirts of the Everfree Forest. The balloon was close to the gnarled, sharp and unkempt treetops, but none of the six ponies were concerned with its safety. In a hurry, Rainbow Blitz flew out of the basket and landed on the ground, beginning to tap his hoof as soon as he touched the soil.
"Come on, hurry it up. We don't have all day!" he snapped, looking to his friends.
"We're goin' as fast as we can, Blitz," Applejack replied, hopping over the edge and landing near Blitz. He took a brief moment to shift his hat out of his vision. He opened his mouth to speak, but was interrupted by the sound of grunting and hushed curses coming from the balloon. Both he and Blitz looked over to find Dusk angrily kicking the door to the balloon out, and in his short outburst, he tripped over the edge of the basket and fell forward. Dusk let out a
Pillow Thoughts II - Chapter 2 --AppleDash--Pillow Thoughts II - Chapter 2 --AppleDash--4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Pillow Thoughts II
Who would do that?
Dash closed the door to Applejack's room behind her and threw herself in the orange pony's bed, letting out a grunt. The candle that was lighting up the tiny room flickered a little as the pegasus flapped her wings once and drew them closer to her body.
"You okay?" asked Applejack pricking up her ears?
Dash mumbled something facedown in the pillow. She then turned toward her marefriend and facehooved, "Your grandmother has a twisted sense of humour."
"Huh?" asked the confused earth pony.
"I heard y'all been sleepin' around with mah grand-daughter"
Dash choked on her hot chocolate and it took a few seconds to catch her breath.
Granny Smith widened her smile and started giggling at the surprised pony, "Hehehe, y'all should've seen yer face. Hehehe!"
Dash didn't really know how to respond to this so she smiled, somewhat apologetically.
"But, seriously now," the old mare continued, "I can understand you young fil
Common Sky - Epilogue"O-oh my."Common Sky - Epilogue5 years ago in Romance More Like This
"It's very beautiful, isn't it?"
"Y-yes it is... I never imagined..."
Twilight and Luna were standing on the deck of the Ponyville Library. It was the middle of spring, and Winter Wrap Up had long past. The grass was growing and the flowers were blooming, adding a beautiful green hue to the world as Luna's moon shone brightly overhead in the dead of night. The temperature was warm and the air was muggy, but the sky remained crystal clear. The pair of them were looking through Twilight's largest telescope, which she had just set up the night before.
"Things are so much clearer with a bigger lens, don't you think?" asked Twilight.
"Definitely," replied Luna, her eye glued to the eyepiece, the telescope pointed low on the horizon. "What's this star called?"
"It's called Antares. It's a part of the constellation called Scorpio," said Twilight, looking at one of her books. Luna took her face away from the eyepiece finally, looking up at the sky itself. She stared in the direction
The Silent Shore, Chapter 2The Silent Shore, Chapter 24 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The Silent Shore
Written by The Descendant
Chapter 2: "The Unfortunates"
The balloon had sat quietly, only the occasional burst of the burner keeping it aloft.
It's seeming solitude was broken when the mist parted in a ball around the appearing forms of Twilight and Spike. As the unicorn's magic erupted forth the mist that covered the meadow at first retreated, then clung around them once more.
" dead?" concluded Spike in a trembling tone, finishing the sentence that had begun on the outcropping an instant before.
"Oh Spike," said Twilight, lowering her head to his, "I'm so sorry you saw that I'm so sorry. We we're going to help them help any we can "
Spike laid his head to hers, let out one dry huff of emotion, and nodded.
"Come on," she said, raising her head, "We have to get the balloon and "
She opened her eyes to see the mist rolling across the meadow. As it did it wrapped oddly around catches, slipped across the road
Soaring with the Rainbows Chapter 10Soaring with the Rainbows Chapter 104 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Soarin with the Rainbow chapter 10
Soarin trotted around nervously, treading a circle into the training field with his pacing. Twilight's habits were rubbing off on him. The elements were nowhere to be found. They all should be here by now. The trials would start soon, and Soarin knew that Spitfire would take every opportunity to thwart Rainbow and make sure the cyan Pegasus never joined the team. Ever since Rainbow, with Soarin by her side, confronted her at the last stunt show, Spitfire had refused to talk to either of them, which was making team practices hard. Even worse, for the past month she'd been actively trying to stop their meetings, refusing to give Soarin time off, and trying to override the trainers when they disputed that order. The fire-maned mare had told him, very pointedly, that she was not expecting any new members from this try-out. Spitfire was well known for going through with her threats, and Soarin was confused and worried. Spitfire's hate seemed to have sprung
Legacy of the Sun - Chapter 1Legacy of the Sun - Chapter 14 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Chapter 1: A New Dawn
High in the sky, the brilliant sun shone above Equestria, casting it's soft rays across the high mountains, with their snowy peaks; the rolling plains, filled with wildflowers and streams; and the lush forests, with their exotic plant life and woodland creatures. One forest, however, was much more vast than the rest, and was positively brimming with color and life. Bright leaves hung from tree branches, swaying gently in the passing breeze. On the ground, wild plants grew in all shapes and sizes, from tall ones to short ones to vibrant ones which became picturesque in nature. Accompanying the varied flora was its extraordinary fauna, ranging from small, playful fairies to large, captivating sea serpents, and even the intimidating celestial beasts. All of the creatures lived their lives fully and peacefully, enjoying the safe and inviting atmosphere that the forest provided for them.
The few groups of ponies that stumbled upon the lush woodland
Dawn of a new Day, part 2Dawn of a new DayDawn of a new Day, part 24 years ago in Romance More Like This
It was the evening of the third weekend after Rainbow Dash's accident. Twilight was in her living room, which also served as the central room of the library, making some last minute preparations for today's treatment. She had taken the table out of the kitchen and into the living room between the fireplace and the couch. On it were now standing two small bottles of the energy drink that had worked quite well for her during her breaks and for Dash to regain some energy and lose the soreness in her muscles. She opened one bottle and poured the liquid into a glass with a straw in it, standing close to the edge until it was about half full and put the bottle back next to the other.
She went back into the kitchen and began making daisy sandwiches for her and Dash. Once finished with them she trotted over to the fre
The Price of Loyalty - Part 2~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The Price of Loyalty - Part 24 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Price of Loyalty - Part 2
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Rainbow Dash stood before the entrance to the Everfree Forest, gazing up at the dark clouds above her. Raindrops masked her still tear-speckled cheeks. She narrowed her eyes and spread her wings, cursing her own exhaustion.
Rainbow kicked off from the ground, pushing upward toward the clouds. Thick raindrops pelted her face, forcing her eyes closed. Her wings begged her to let them rest, but she pushed on, regardless. Just before she reached the clouds, a sudden gust shoved her back toward the earth. She flailed wildly, desperately trying to gain control of herself. A solid wall of rain blinded her as she fought to regain control of her descent. Extending her wings at the last moment, she managed to level out
Mare in the Mirror 7Note: This is an old version of the story. Read the updated version on FiMFiction.netMare in the Mirror 74 years ago in Horror More Like This
Trixie's horn shone in the chill darkness of the night as she picked up the bouquet of flowers from where they had been dropped on top of the stairs. A small card attached to the gift bore the stylized insignia of a crescent moon, matching the moon in the sky that night. Trixie glanced down the path and around the garden outside the mansion, but everything was quiet with no sign of the princess. She turned slowly and closed the door behind her, the bouquet drifting in front of her. Twilight's owl on its perch watched her as she placed the flowers on the desk and turned to stare into the dark window.
Her wistful self gazed back at her from the blackened glass, reflected by the night beyond. The mare smiled sadly, a hint of understanding. "I'll give you a hint, they are not for you. Not for the Great and Powerful Trixie."
Romance, or Something Like It - EpilogueRomance, or Something Like It - Epilogue4 years ago in Romance More Like This
Applejack opened her eyes slowly. It was morning, though it was a little later than she usually woke up. Not something she would want to make a habit, that was sure, but for one morning, she could afford staying in bed for a little bit.
She didn't want to get up not yet, at least. Thoughts of the day before slowly creeped into her mind, making her smile as she took in a deep breath. The memory of that first kiss made her bite her lip, trying to keep the smile on her face in control, though there was nopony in the room to see her.
She turned in her bed, curling up in a ball as she snuggled in her blankets, remembering the warm feeling of the other pony who was just-so-close to her the day before. She kind of wished she could have woken up next to her that day, but that might have been a little much. No need to rush things. They could take it slow. Though
A Knight's Tale CH7 - Equestria Expanded S1E1A Knight's Tale CH7 - Equestria Expanded S1E14 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
// Story: A Knight's Tale
// Chapter: Chapter 7
// Author: lionel23
"Twilight," a voice called softly to the sleeping librarian.
Twilight Sparkle grumbled and rolled over in bed in response to the voice.
"Twilight, please wake up."
This time the purple unicorn pulled up her sheets over her head and buried her face into her comfortably soft pillow, ignoring the voice's pleas to her.
"Oh pretty please, pretty please wake up?" the voice called out again, followed by a squee.
Squee? She only recalled vaguely one pony she's known to make a sound like that
"Don't worry, stand aside; I'll handle this!" another more rambunctious voice said.
Why do I have a bad feeling about this
Shipping and Handling Chap. 10The next three or four months were some of the happiest times Ditzy had had in years. With the cat finally out of the bag about her job, the mare found herself able to be honest with her daughter more fully than she had since beginning her employment there. Breeze was promptly invited to dinner once again, and this time, the three ponies were able to have a proper conversation, in which the two adult ponies discussed some of their funniest and most memorable moments in the business. Dinky had laughed herself almost to tears by the time Ditzy finished her story about her visit to Pinkie Pie's imaginary world.Shipping and Handling Chap. 104 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Ditzy still often found herself wondering about Glow's strangely sound logic that countered Candyfloss's theory of shipping. But the generally positive nature of her home life, combined with continued support from her friends at work and her still phenomenal success rates at her assignments left her with little reason to dwell on it.
For Want of a Dawn - Chapter 25EpilogueFor Want of a Dawn - Chapter 253 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Sunshine spilled onto the viridian lawn as the morning sun crested over the battlements of the old castle, causing the dew still clinging to the blades to sparkle before evaporating. Twilight trotted down the steps from the south doors to enjoy a leisurely morning stroll through the gardens, as she used to do in days gone by when she recovered from being upset.
Predictably, Princess Celestia had not been there when she had awakened, nor was she down at breakfast in the royal dining room. An invitation to eat there was a lifetime affair, and it was far better than sitting with the rest of the staff awkwardly in her usual corner table while not talking to any pony. She might have learned how to make friends, but that did not stop the castle staff from being just a little skittish around her, being the personal student to a living goddess and all.
The mare looked at her surroundings as she walked, flashing back to her fight with the queen tyrant occasionally when a bush or
Shipping and Handling Ch. 13Dinky Doo wasn't sure what to feel. For one thing, she was kind of afraid of the unicorn standing only a few feet away, constantly barking threats and insults even while the magic held her down.Shipping and Handling Ch. 134 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
On the other hoof, she wasn't listening to half of what the malicious mare said anyway, because she was too busy being proud and amazed at herself for suddenly being able to perform a true spell; she'd never even attempted such a thing before, and now here she was, locked in a paralyzing face-off with a unicorn with far greater age and experience.
But in that same vein came a large dollop of confusion. Why, exactly, was she able to do what she was doing right now, with no prior experience? Not only had she replicated her first spell, but she was able to use that knowledge to analyze Glow and produce a whole new spell.
Dinky wasn't stupid; it was pretty obvious that this kind of thing didn't happen to normal fillies.
What are you doing, wondering about that?
Monty Hoofton's Galloping Circus 4(The scene opens on a large regal ball. Dozens upon dozens of rich, snobby aristoponies fill the large main floor of whosever bloody mansion they are at. Slowly, the camera pans to the right, focusing on a single unicorn stallion that is conversing with others of his ilk. He has a white coat and dons a fancy suit, handkerchief and all. His blue mane is neatly combed and upon his left eye rests a golden monocle. He turns towards the camera, smiles, polishes his monocle with his handkerchief and says)Monty Hoofton's Galloping Circus 44 years ago in Humor More Like This
"And now for something completely fancy"
Monty Hoofton's Galloping Circus
Sketch: A Feast of Fermented Curd
Our little story starts in a magical place that is full to the brim with such wonders that one would believe that he or she has stepped into a real of pure excellence: the public library! Boring!...Now see here young whippersnapper; I'll have you know that a library is not boring at the slightest. Why, you could have so m
Fillystata 6: MesmarerizedNote: This is an old version of the story. Read the updated version on FiMFiction.netFillystata 6: Mesmarerized4 years ago in Horror More Like This
Luna paused on the road outside the farmhouse, located on a large, deserted lot of land. "It looks abandoned to me," she said as Trixie came to a halt beside her. The farm was old and decrepit, much like the mansion had been before Twilight and Trixie had shined it up a little. If Twilight lived here now she hadn't done much to make the exterior look inviting.
Trixie gave the place a glance and felt a slight shiver. "It looks creepy, is what it does. I can't imagine why Twilight would live here, if that is what she does."
"Only one way to find out if she does," said Luna and approached the house. Trixie followed, glad that the sun was still high on the sky. The mere thought of going here in the darkness of night made her uneasy. Luna glanced through a few old windows and shook her head. "It looks empty."