Distorted Worlds - 6“Discord, try to keep up! You're so slow!” Chrysalis called back to the panting draconequus. The three of them were far ahead of the colt now, passed the babbling brook while Discord was still trudging his way through the flowers.Distorted Worlds - 62 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Poor thing,” Celestia mused, “It has to be hard having four different limbs; some built for running, and some not.”
“I'm a lot faster than he is!” Luna piped in with a laugh. She squeaked as Chrysalis playfully whipped her head back, causing the filly to tighten her hold on her shimmering wings.
“You're faster, Lulu? I'm the one that's carrying you! Hurry up, Discord!”
The kid draconequus grumbled and muttered obscene words and threats to the earth tripping him as he made his wobbly way over the stepping stones across the brook. Landing with an ungraceful flop on his pudgy belly, he sulked up at his friends staring down at him in amusement. “Why are my legs so weird?”
The Sweet, The Heart Warming, And The SadDiscord trekked up the stairs, that small spark of humor fading as he inwardly groaned at the task set out for him. Yes, he felt rather guilty for upsetting the small pegasus, even if she did cause the whole mess by tattling on him to Celestia. The spirit could not deny that he enjoyed Fluttershy's company.The Sweet, The Heart Warming, And The Sad3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
She, after all, was the only one that stood up for him. She nursed him back to health from the terrible 'incident' with Twilight Sparkle. The Element of Kindness opened her home to the draconequus whereas a more popular option was to turn him back to stone, tolerating his pranks and his antics, even as he tore her house apart and turned her rabbit companion into a menagerie of hilarious props. The pegasus fed him, cared for him, introduced him to a phobia of feather dusters, and loved him.
Suddenly, the trail up the stairs seemed long and heavy. But he managed to make it to her door. He tapped the knob with a claw, knowing it was locked. Locked to keep all the bad things (i.e