The Scoundrels and the LadyIt was a rainy day in Ponyville. The pegasi had kept the storm on time, finding it necessary for a little rain shower. Nopony held any worry for they were safe inside their warm homes. One among them was Rarity. After a busy day of making dresses and filling orders, she felt she was rewarding herself with a relaxing evening. A nutritious meal, followed by a warm bath, then a facial, and to top it all off a good book before going to bed.The Scoundrels and the Lady by Noratcat
It would a perfect evening. That if if not for the incessant knock on the door.
“Now who would be here in this weather?” Rarity asked herself. It was raining cats and dogs out there, so certainly you would have to be crazy to be out and about.
Figuring it might be one of her friends, she opened the door and was met with a disappointing feature. Standing in her doorway were two mares. One was an earth pony with a scruffy brown coat and a white underbelly which spread to her muzzle. Her mane a long sleek silver with golden colored eyes. Upon h
Echoes of the Forgotten Chapter 22Mina padded slowly along. Back home, their old home that is, she would never have been allowed to wander by herself. Their boundaries extended barely beyond the entrance; if they wanted to go farther, their mother and father had to accompany them. Back then she had felt such unfairness in the matter. Wing in particular had made quite a fit one time, claiming he was big enough. Although their night with that fox said otherwise.Echoes of the Forgotten Chapter 22 by Noratcat
Ohu was different.
In Ohu there was a general sense of safety, save for that encounter with that strange dog, the one that had attacked her and Miss Cross. Miss Cross; she had been so happy to see her, so much that she had cried out her name. That turned out to be a mistake. Why couldn't she be more like her brothers? Well like Kuro at least. Kuro never messed up; he was the good pup. Wing on the other paw was the bad one. Mina lost count of the times their mother had yelled at him. But they never screwed up like this, never disappointed their mother to this magn
Twisted Metal Equestria ProlougeCanterlot City was uneventful for the most part. The days went on in a harmonious splendor. Sure there was that internet video that circulated a few years back, the one where some demon girl attempted to burn the local high school, but most certainly believed it an elaborate hoax. Frankly the young woman didn't care. In her twenties, Gilda had much more on her mind. Her car sped along the road, the wind slightly tussled her spiky fringe of white hair. The white fluffy collar around her brown aviator jacket would have matched perfectly, if not for the purple border that surrounded her hair. Cigarette firmly placed in her mouth, one hand was to the wheel of her car while the other worked the dial on the radio.Twisted Metal Equestria Prolouge by Noratcat
“Yet another body has turned up in the string of murders caused by the “Ice Cream Truck Killer-”
Gilda grunted at the news, finding no interest in hearing of local events. The world held a lot of lunatics, so there was really no need for her to listen
Cabbage Patch Kids First Christmas ReviewThe eighties was a time for toy commercialization. Many cartoons during that period had toy lines related to them: Transformers, My Little Pony (G1), GI Joe. Many remember them, with only the former two making more of a comeback in terms of media. However, there was one popular toy line that never really had an animated series attached to it: The Cabbage Patch Kids. Cabbage PatchKids were basically babies grown from a magic cabbage patch, and kids who bought them “adopted” them, complete with adoption papers. The gimmick was a hit, but there was no animated series attached to it. However, there was a Christmas special. It was entitled, “The Cabbage Patch Kids first Christmas”.Cabbage Patch Kids First Christmas Review by Noratcat
Released in 1984, this is the first and so far only animated adaption of the toy line. Does it hold up as a Christmas special though? We shall find out.
The story starts off in Northern Georgia. A stork named Colonel Casey brings in the narration. Does this mean the army is taking in
It Takes Two (for mediocrity)Gelltor stopped grimacing and whining long enough to look at his floppy wrist in astonishment.It Takes Two (for mediocrity) by SaraaLuna
"That's not supposed to bend like that."
"You think?" Predak growled, grabbing his paw and lower arm as she clumsily prepared to pop his wrist back into place.
Castle Marl had been quiet and gloomy in the morning fog bank that rolled in over the lake, entwining the castle in its own nest of clouds. Predak had been strolling around the lakeside to explore the nooks and crannies of the castle base, hoping to avoid her siblings and the growing pains they were all facing. Instead, she ran into a sulking Gelltor sitting on one shore while he nursed a dislocated wrist.
Predak raised Gelltor's arm and shoved his wrist up with no warning, and Gelltor yowled as his wrist slid back into place with a pop that echoed over the still water. He yanked his paw back and shoved his sister away, snarling.
"You should've given me a warning you were goin' to do that!"
"Mayhaps you should be less stupid nex