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Fluttershy sat in her house looking out into the garden. Small woodland creatures frolicked about as usual around a myriad of colorful flowers. It was the end of spring, and all the blooms were having their final hurrah. She sighed, she enjoyed these quiet moments in her house more than almost anything else. A cool breeze wafted in, it smelled pleasantly of spring. She inhaled deeply.
A large boom shattered the calm. Animals scattered in all directions to get away from it's source. Fluttershy looked around wildly in the confusion. Out of the sky a large blue something hurtled downwards.
She stared up in bewilderment before she realised where it was plummeting.
"Eeep!" she skidded backwards seconds before the thing crashed into the window, splintering the wood and sending various objects flying inwards. It was a blue box, above it the words "Police Public Call Box" sat in glowing letters. The double doors swung open. A brown stallion poked his head out.
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"Doctor, why did you stop?" asked Trixie, still sitting in front of the brown stallion waiting for the end of the story. "What were the things on the train, tell me!"
The Doctor was silent.
"Ssshhh!" He put a hoof to her lips. "Do you hear that?" The Doctor looked around the TARDIS. All Trixie could hear were the sounds of the console whirling and dinging as they normally did.
"Doctor, I don't hear anything..." Trixie whispered, pushing his hoof away. "What is it-"
"EXTERMINATE!" A cold robotic sound rang out from behind her.
The Doctor tossed her to the side and dived away as a beam of dark light arched across the air with a fizzing sound. "She got one inside!" he yelled. The Doctor bent his head down and hefted Trixie onto his back, turning at a full gallop into the TARDIS interior. She was jostled and bumped as she hung on for dear life.
"What is that thing!?" the small filly shouted, looking back into the contr
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Pinkie Pie sat in front of the toy shop, examining a firefly closely, it had been a little while since Twilight and the Doctor had run off.
"What's taking them so long?" she wondered to herself over the loud crashes, bangs and occasional unearthly wail from inside the shop. But she was quickly distracted as a second firefly joined the first.
"Ooooh." she whispered.
A small blue unicorn sat on a tree stump on the outskirts of the Everfree Forrest. A small wooden wagon sat nearby filled with a small amount of food, some flowers and a starry blue blanket. She noticed it was getting dark and, sobbing softly, she took the wagon handle in her mouth and ventured into the forest. The trees were thick, and even though it was only sunset it was almost pitch dark only a little ways into the forest. Strange sounds emanated from the thick grass as the cold wind blew the leaves along the ground. She'd been on the run for a while, but she'd never gone this far.
"You are gr
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Way from home.
The TARDIS doors swung open with a slow creak. The Doctor and Twilight peeked out, it was pitch black, there was a smell of damp age that lingered, and made the air thick and heavy.
"Where are we?" asked Twilight.
The Doctor ducked back into the TARDIS, grabbing his coat. "We're still in the library basement, we've moved in time, but not space." He reached his head into his pocket, popping out with the sonic screwdriver.
"But it seems like no one's been here in years." Twilight looked around into the darkness.
"A very likely possibility." The doctor said around the small tool. "A lot can change in fifty years, Twilight." he pressed the button on it's handle, with a ringing sound it sent a small beam of light into the dark.
Everything was covered in a thick layer of dust, worktables sat in various stages of decay, half opened books lay open atop them and in piles at various intervals along the floor. Cobwebs hung from everything making patterns against the wall as the lig
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Out of the Shadows.
"This is an awesome party, Carrot!!" Called a mauve earth pony around her braces, over the loud music of the dance hall. Lights flashed on and off around them as lasers arched through the air. She wore a checkered handkerchief, and several glow rings around her neck and hooves, they jangled and shook as she danced.
"Yeah! I know, it's totally tubular!" replied Carrot, a yellow pony with a orange mane. "These are some pretty fly beats!"
The pair bopped and jammed along to the music, dancing and bumping into other ponies on the crowded dance floor as they went.
The music cut out abruptly.
"What? Hey! Who cut the tunes?"
There was a strange sound humming over the complaints and whinnies of the dancers. A sound somewhat like a key being dragged across some piano wire.
"What's that noi-" Carrot was interrupted as a large blue box hurtled through the opposite wall. Ponies scattered as chunks of plaster went flying in all directions, the box toppled several of the
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The sun filtered down through the leaves of the Everfree forest, Casting specks of light upon a sleeping brown earth pony and the small unicorn filly using him as a pillow. The Doctor stirred slightly as the forest awoke. Opening his eyes, he looked around until his sights fell upon a blue box, now standing upright next to a large gouge in a nearby tree.
"Terrific!" he yelled. "I knew the old girl could do it-" he cut himself short when he noticed Trixie's head lying against his stomach.
With great care he maneuvered himself out from under her, placing her head on the charred remains of his jacket. He walked over to the box, opened the doors wide and stepped inside. The TARDIS had repaired the damage sustained in the fall and was back in working order. He put his forelegs on the console, pulling various levers and knobs.
"Knight!?" The Doctor heard from behind him. "Oh knight!? Where have
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"Well, did you make it?" asked Trixie, fidgeting with anticipation.
The Doctor chuckled. "Well, if you'll let me finish I'll tell you."
"Fine, fine just hurry up! I want to know if you were okay!"
"One cannot rush the art of storytelling my dear, Trixie," the Doctor chastised .
"I'm the Great and Powerful Trixie! I can do whatever I wish!"
"Oh is that so?" asked the Doctor raising an eyebrow. "Well then, let's see if you can make me finish the story. Perhaps, if you're so impatient, I'll just go back to fixing up my magic box." The Doctor got up and turned towards the control panel.
"No wait!" Trixie jumped in front of him. "Tell it as slow as you want! Just finish it, please oh please!"
"Oh, I thought the Great and Powerful Trixie wanted a fast story?"
"She will accept a slow one, just this once."
The Doctor smiled. "Good, now let's see. We were trying to outrun a small fleet of damaged Darlocks in an effort to reach a train, one that would take us to the Castle of Lanterns in
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"Ah! Fresh air! exclaimed the Doctor as they reached the back alley. "I haven't been outside since the crash, it's nice to get out of that stuffy old pla-" He caught Twilight staring daggers at him. "Er, I mean, of course the house is lovely, but nothing like that fresh clean morning air!"
"Of course, Doctor." Twilight rolled her eyes. "So, Pinky, lead the way."
The pink pony took up the lead. "Okey-dokie! Follow me!" she set off bouncing down the alley.
"After you, Daylight." The Doctor ushered her forwards.
"It's Twilig-, oh you know what, just forget it." she marched after Pinkie, head in the air.
The Doctor looked down at Spike. "What did I do?"
"Fillies, can't live with um." Spike shrugged and followed.
The Doctor looked confused for a moment.Then he looked around, and realised everyone had left "Uhg, it seems some things are the same in every world." He raced to catch up.
Twilight and Pinkie reached the end of the alley. Pinky peeked her head around the corner.
"Pinkie, do you se
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Twilight looked around as she walked down the old roads of Ponyville. On occasion she missed the large cityscape of Canterlot . Though Ponyville was indeed nice, with it's own charm, she could not escape that feeling of homesickness, the hustle and bustle of the city, the millions of ponies of all shapes and sizes, the buildings stretching into the clouds. She missed it. And yet, she had never been out of the city before her trip here. Canterlot and Ponyville were the only homes she knew."Perhaps all I need is a change of scenery." She mumbled to herself. "Ponyville is beginning to feel a little small."
The purple unicorn was shaken from her thoughts by a large boom. Something blue hurtled from the sky, leaving a trail of smoke in it's wake. It collided with something in the distan
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"It's not all that hard, Soarin." said Spitfire, flapping her rather small wings. "You just have to get the take off right."
"Easy for you to say." the blue colt retorted. "You've always been better at flying than me." Soarin jumped off the ground again, flapping his wings as hard as he could. He managed to stay in the air for a several moments before falling flat on his rump. "I'll never get it..." he lamented.
Spitfire chuckled. "Oh, just don't try so hard. It's not how many times you flap your wings that counts, it's how you use each one. You're using up all your energy on the take off, so you're too tired to fly."
Soarin sighed. "Fine, I'll try it your way." he said, gearing up to try again. He lowered his front legs, building up energy.
"Careful, not too much!" Spitfire advised.
Soarin shushed her, sticking his tongue out as he focused. With a mighty leap he propelled himself two feet into the air. He flapped his wings more slowly this time.
"Hey! I'm doing it