As Far as We can Run - 1/2“Who’s turn was it to go trick-or-treating with Greg this year, Velma?”
“I’ll do it! I’ll go trick-or-treating with him this year.”
He could still remember the look on his parents’ faces when the fifteen-year-old shouted out in the kitchen. Greg had been packing his backpack after finishing homework with his mother, and his father had just arrived from work, ready to help make dinner. October had begun, and the hype for Halloween was upon the city. Greg had even thought of making his own costume again that year.
The age-old question that his parents often asked each other had come to mind, with the holiday a little over two weeks away: would Stanley or Velma take their seven-year-old son out trick-or-treating this year? The previous years, if the parents were working, it had been upon his older half-brother to take him from house to house before going off with his friends. And of course, Wirt had complained profou
Race For Your Life, Vanellope Von Schweetz - Ch1Vanellope Von Schweetz tore around the outside corner of the track in a cloud of sugary dust. The finish line was less than half a mile away, and if she could make it down the home stretch without incident, she knew she'd have a lock on first place. The roar of her fellow racers' karts behind her was nothing but quiet background noise as she focused on her goal. She'd done this almost a hundred times before. Nothing to it…
And then, from out of nowhere, an all-too-familiar bright magenta racecar pulled up on Vanellope's right. From the driver's seat, Taffyta Muttonfudge shot her a disgusting self-congratulatory smirk that sent a stab of unease through Vanellope's stomach. She couldn't lose, not now, not to her rival, not when she was this close…
But Taffyta had pulled directly ahead of her, sweeping back and forth across the track to box her in. No matter which way Vanellope swerved, she couldn't pull out in front. The finish line was only a hundred yards away now. Vanellope's eyes wid
The Clash of Sun and Moon - An Alternate Tale
"Once upon a time, in the magical land of Equestria, there were two Regal Sisters who ruled together, and created harmony for all the land.
To do this, the eldest used her unicorn powers to raise the sun at dawn; the younger brought out the moon to begin the night.
Thus, the two sisters maintained balance for their kingdom and their subjects, all the different types of ponies.
But as time went on, cracks appeared between the two sisters.
The younger sister became resentful. The ponies relished and played in the day her elder sister brought forth, but shunned and slept through her beautiful night. Her jealousy grew as she dwell longer and longer in her elder sister's shadow.
The elder sister meanwhile became consumed by a different darkness: out of everything else, she only desired to protect her subjects from any and all forms of harm. As her desire became an obsession, she come to see her younger sister's night as one of the things that caused it to them the most.
The elder respond
GBOYHVerse: Tarnished Diamonds Chapter 1
GBOYHverse: Tarnished Diamonds
To Look in The Mirror
Edited by Alexwarlorn, ItsfromPeople, and birthright1979
"Hehe...wonderful isn't it, Silver Spoon?"
Diamond Tiara watched the scene before her with a smug, cruel smirk as Applebloom stomped up to her.
"You...you...you…" the yellow Earth Pony's face was the picture of despair and rage.
"I did something?" asked Diamond, feigning innocence so perfectly that she'd have fooled Applebloom if the farm pony didn't know any better. "Whatever makes you say that?"
"Because yah told meh yah'd do this!"
"Can you prove I did?"
Applebloom was taken back. "Well...Ah...Ah…"
"Just like you were able to 'prove' that I was the one who called you blank flanks all the time? Or that I was the one who convinced you Granny Smith was an embarrassing screw up? Daddy punished me for insulting her in class, you had nothing to do with it."
The Earth Pony lowered her ears.
"Face it, what