A Note Out of Place - Part 2Octavia's hoof slipped from the door as it opened, breaking her support and sending her tumbling forward with Vinyl in her wake. They scrambled around the floor, hazily searching for something to help them up. Saying they were drunk didn't do their current cognitive skills justice. The two had been bar hopping all night and it certainly showed. Vinyl's glasses shattered, leaving jagged shards of purple glass embedded in her hair. Octavia's hair, although tied back, was frayed and unkempt, as if she hadn't seen a shower in weeks. In the back of her mind, Octavia couldn't even remember the walk back to Vinyl's. Judging by the numerous scrapes lining her legs, it must have been pretty bad.More Like This
The weightless feeling that coursed through Octavia's limbs contradicted the incredible difficulty of getting up on her hooves. At the peak of her climb, she noticed the room spinning rapidly around her. 'That's funny', she thought with her face buried deep in the carpet. It only took her a few m
A Note Out of Place: Part 1"Hey, everypony, what's it take to liven up this crowd?" Vinyl Scratch's voice boomed through the quiet corridor of Canterlot Castle's grand corridor. Octavia never understood why she came to the Equestrian Musical Societies' meetings, they were pretty high class, just a bunch of rich ponies with a taste for classical music. Vinyl was acknowledged by the musical society, allowing her entry, but she never seemed to enjoy herself.More Like This
'I guess we just aren't the same company as the brutes with whom you spend your time.' Octavia brought a small glass of water to her lips, her conversation with Violo, an elegant stallion with a hoof for the violin, had parched her throat. Once again, the obnoxious rave pony from across the room's voice echoed about, nearly shattering Octavia's delicate eardrums.
"Hey snobs, me and my crew are leaving, try to not to have too much fun." The DJ's group crowded around her, laughing and conversing with each other as they exited the hall.
"Well I'm glad that'