Codex Ponyland: Heroes and Villains (Part 9)
Queen Dark Crystal, the Grand Matron of All Witches Character: Villainous Alignment: Chaotic Evil Type: Grand Matron Witch/Metabender, Civilization Destroyer, Sapient Cataclysm, Manifestation of Evil, Walpurgisnacht Faction: Herself (Part 4) "And then I died." "But mama, how'd you die if you're right here?" "You're gonna have to wait and find out." --- Patch telling her daughter Stitching Time the story of the Tales Seven's fight with Queen Dark Crystal when she got to the part where Dark Crystal killed and absorbed her. The battle for the fate of the world continued, with the coalition of heroic forces outside of Giga Umbra strugglin
Codex Equus: Fae and Faeriekind (Part 1)
Notable Fae and Faerie races Fae Griffins Fae Type: Seelie, Wild, Mountainous Geographic Distribution: Global Cultural/Behavioral: Mareuropean-Ponyland/Griffonnian-Terra Equusian Social Characteristics: Largely Solitary or Lifelong Bonds Overview Many Fae are known to resemble more mundane species, while in actuality being something entirely different. One such example of this is the Fae Griffins. Unlike Unicorns and their Fae counterparts, the exact relationship, if any at all, between Griffins and Fae Griffins is presently unknown, though it has been theorized the Griffin Gods may have created the Fae Griffins, but as most have fled the wider world, this is unconfirmed. What is known is the two species may look the same, but have very drastic differences, both in body and temperament. Biology and Psychology The first major difference between Fae Griffins and their mundane counterparts is Fae Griffins are much larger, being roughly the size of a Saddle Arabian horse in size.
Codex Equus: Genetic Mutations (1)
As Equus is full of sapient species that evolved both naturally and via divine guidance (though some argue there is no difference), but that would have never happened if not for genetic mutations. With magic involved, these mutations can range from strange curiosities to powerful and bizarre. While many mutations are one off mutations, some last long enough to be more widespread and create subgroups in existing species. Some eventually lead to the creation of completely new species altogether. Reaction to these mutations range from tolerance and acceptance to persecution and experimentation depending on the location and civilization they are