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Writing is Magic -- Chapter 28: Camera Flash*Ding-a-ling*
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"Welcome to the Carousel Boutique," Rarity greeted, "where every style is chic, unique, and manifique."
I was sitting with my back to the door, so I didn't see who it was at first. That all changed when they responded to Rarity.
"Um, I'm looking for Art Colter," a mare's voice I recognized said, "I was told he would probably be here."
I swiveled around in my chair to face the mare who was searching for me. She was a brown-colored Earth pony,
with a slightly darker brown mane. If there was any doubt in my mind who this was, that all went away when I saw her
cutie mark, an old-style camera, and the similar one slung around her neck.
"Flashpoint," I said, quite shocked, "what are you doing here?"
"Well it's a little complicated," she answered, smiling.
"Flashpoint," Rarity said to herself outloud, as if trying to figure why that name sounded familiar, "wait, Fl-Fl-Flashpoint!
THE Flashpoint!? You're THE Flashpoint!?"
"Yes, I suppose I am," Flashpoint said sheepishly, "I'm th
Kaito's 4444 Kiriban
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The Canterlot castle was surrounded by a swarm of the black, hovering Ponyta. They all gathered at the main room, where their King, Zero, had cornered both Princess Kaito and Saintei. Numerous time, Saintei had attempted to use an attack on King Zero, but all of his strength had been drained. Absorbed into the king himself. Princess Rev had been captured... "For later," Zero had said as he licked his lips. (Oh my Arceus what am I doing)
"I-I'm too weak," Saintei muttered in desperation. "I can't fight him."
Princess Kaito looked him straight in the eye, determined. "My love will give you strength," she said as she touched her muzzle to his.
The room was enveloped in a magenta light. The beams wrapped around the two like a coil of DNA. When the strings of light met, they let out a flash of bright white light that temporarily blinded King Zero. Saintei and Kaito were lifted into the air, the light getting stronger. At it's breaking point, more of the pink light emanated from both's heart
The Death of One Who Never BelongedDuni was laying beside the waterhole near the main Westland dens, flicking pebbles into the water and sulking. The heat cycle had returned with a vengeance, and it had her very cranky. If that wasn't all, she'd hardly been able to see Keto or her cubs at all, lately. The family never seemed to be in the same place in the same time. And even that wasn't all. Now she was having the nightmares again, and not just of murdering that Pridelander, Kai, which was bad enough. Now she was having nightmares about Baya's death, too. She had heard roars in the distance, why hadn't she gotten there sooner? Could she have saved Baya? Baya's cold, lifeless red eyes would stare at her, as would Kai's. Dead, accusing. Duni gave a tormented groan and swiped a bunch of dirt and pebbles into the waterhole with a snarl. She hated this pride! She hated it so much, now. All she had wanted in life was to matter, to be of help to her pride. Important. Valued. But no, she knew now it would never happen for her.
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