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The Brony Handbook: IntroductionOh, you've finally picked up this copy of the Brony Handbook....or you probably downloaded it onto your Kindle or Nook or whatever other eReaders there are in this world....or you downloaded online or clicked on this on deviantART! As you see, I am here to guide you throughout this whole fandom, one page at a time!
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This page will explain how the first bronies bonded together to create one huge fandom with millions of people that enjoy the show!
Once upon a time....
A site dedicated to cartoon shows known as Cartoon Brew wrote an article titled "The End of the Creator-Driven Era in TV Animation" which, strangely, had an alarmist tone to it. Many people saw this and posted it on a site known by many, 4chan. Their comic and cartoon board, /co/ attacked and made fun of the article. Soon, some people on /co/ decided to watch the very first episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and what they did would create many more people who called themselves, Bronies.
The second episode of My
The Ten Commandments of Fanfiction Writing1. Thou shall not take credit for work that does not belong to them.
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One of the most important rules of fanfiction writing, in my opinion: Credit the original creator. Always have a disclaimer somewhere amongst your works, whether it be each individual chapter or just a simple "I own nothing" statement on your profile. I, being a lazy ass, use the latter choice of that sentence. If you make the decision to use song lyrics for something, credit the artist as well. Same with fanart--the characters you are drawing are not yours. I hate to break it to you, but you don't own Rainbow Dash. The Sonic Screwdriver did not pop up first in your overactive imagination. A certain blonde ninja obsessed with ramen who has a nine-tailed fox demon sealed inside of him is not your creation.
2. Thou shall enlist the help of a dictionary, thesaurus, encyclopedia, spellcheck, and an editor before submitting their work.
Another biggie for me. I take great pains to make sure my pieces--f