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Son of Chaos: Prologue
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This tale I´m going to tell started a long time ago, more that you could ever imagine. Before anything existed, even before the place we call universe, there were two entities, two siblings who were everywhere. They were Chaos and Harmony. They lived together in the middle on nowhere, just having each other. They needed each other to survive. Chaos can´t exist without Harmony and vice versa. But one day, they decided to generate life. With their powers they created the Universe and everything it contains. They noticed that in a small planet there were intelligent creatures. Although they still looked after the rest of the universe, they focused in that little planet and they creatures who lived there.
They noticed that the most intelligent creatures where the three different species of ponies; earth ponies, pegasi and unicorns. There were many other types of intelligent beings, like griffons or dragons, but ponies where the most interesting. They took them under their prote
Equestria Girls - Concerns of a brotherHe looked out upon the streets of the crystal city, the wind gently blowing through his window. Shining Armour, prince of this Empire, was in his office, having just finished much of his daily paperwork, and was thus taking a short break to admire the scenery. One of the perks of this job was getting quite a view from his office, as it gave him a magnificent look over the shining crystal buildings of this city. Despite his role as head of the Empire's military, it had been relatively quiet here, with only the Empire’s restoration having caused any major difficulties.
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As he began to turn away from the window however, he glanced at somepony down in the street. He gave the window his full attention once more as he saw that there, walking in the streets, was his younger sister, Twilight. She was out amongst the other ponies, whom had all become used to not bowing as they would do with other princesses, owing largely to Twilight's general discomfort with such behaviour. But what caugh