MLP the lost episodeI was searching around for any new releases for MLP FIM season 4. I searched for a while and didn’t find much. But then on about page 13 or 14, I saw a black thumbnail labelled: HELP. Except it wasn’t written in black, it looked as if someone had scrawled help in under the black box in runny red ink. Sending chills down my back, my curiosity got the best of me and I moved the mouse to the thumbnail and clicked it.More Like This
I looked at the video layout. There were no thumbnails down the right of the screen and the video had no other buttons than play. I clicked the play button and watched the video unfold.
First it was the intro. Everything was normal, but the video was louder than I liked and was very distorted and there was a line running up and down the screen as if it were an old degrading video tape. Then the intro ended and it was black for a few minutes. Because my internet is very, VERY laggy, I moved my mouse around, but it refused to move. I turned it upside-down and looked
MLP Fanfic: Terror Tales From The Treehouse"And then none of them were ever seen again... the end... BOO!"More Like This
Scootaloo waved her hooves frantically and the other Cutie Mark Crusaders laughed.
"Aw, Scootaloo, that story never gets old."
"Not even after the fiftieth time."
Scootaloo nodded. "Yup, I guess that's just the way I tell things- cool and awesome."
But, with a loud clatter, the base's door was thrown open by none other than Skaty, who flicked a rock out of her skates and glided up. She flicked her dark blue mane and used a small pulse of magic from her light blue horn to turn down the lights and pick up a torch. Apple Bloom gulped. Skaty was bad, strong and could be a little over spontaneous.
"You call that a story?" she said. Her voice almost sounded like Babs, and it made Apple Bloom shudder.
"What do you want, Skaty?" Scootaloo scowled, drawing up to her. The unicorn filly scoffed.
"Oh, I was just roamin' about the neighbourhood..."
"At nine at night?"
"...Will ya let me finish? I gots me a story, it's a rrrreeeeal mean