The first thing Jay noticed was that it was no longer as dark as it was a few moments ago. In fact, he now appeared to be right in the middle of a bright and sunny day, which was naturally odd to him, given that he had only just sat down at his computer in a as-yet unlit room. But as he glanced around, taking in the blue skies, cool breeze and general outdoorsiness of his current predicament, he had but one thing to say.
But his contemplation of the situation was interrupted by a sudden flashing to his side, causing him to look up at a rather amused-looking Draconequus.
"...Hi?" the human enquired.
Discord merely stroked his beard with deep thought, looking the human over before giving a sly nod.
"Yes, you'll most definitely do."
"Okay...who, what, where, when and why?"
"Discord. Draconequus. World of ponies. About lunchtime. Because I said so."
Jay, who now realised that he'd been in his about-to-sit-at-his-computer stance for a solid minute, f