EAitDW- Chapter 1 "Rainbow"EAitDW- Chapter 1 by joural
Rainbow's eyes fluttered as she heard an unfamiliar voice calling her name. Who could it be?
Rainbow's eyes flickered open, and she saw a massive pink ball with bright red eyes and sharp teeth inches away from her face. She shot up, accidentally knocking the thing away, before taking to the air and glaring at it. Not seeming to get the message that Rainbow didn't want anything to do with it, it hopped up and down saying "You don't need to be afraid of me! I'm your friend I'm your friend I'm-" rainbow hovered just low enough too shut it up by sticking a hoof into it's mouth.
"Yeah, yeah, i wasn't afraid..." rainbow said, glancing about. As near as she could tell she
Equestrian Adventures in the Digital World- Prolog Rainbow Dash was tired. She'd never admit it, of course, but she had been flying all day, and she was getting tired. She looked over her traveling companions, and was dismayed to see that only Fluttershy looked tired. Applejack and Pinkie never seemed to get tired, the only time Rainbow had ever seen Applejack tired was when she ran herself ragged trying to buck every tree in Sweet Apple Acres all by herself, and Pinkie Pie... Well, she was Pinkie Pie. Somewhat more startling was the fact that Twilight and Rarity didn't look tired at all. Sure, Twilight knew how to pace herself and Rarity wasn't a push over, but... Twilight was an egghead! Rarity only very rarely exercised! How were they keeping up better than she was?!?Equestrian Adventures in the Digital World- Prolog by joural
Seeming to read her mind, Twilight turned and regarded Rainbow briefly before saying "I'm not ti
A World Without Rainbows 19A World Without Rainbows 19 by FreedomAndChaos
Act III: The Grandfather Paradox
Part 1: Gilda
BURAQ ACADEMY FOR PEGASI
YEAR 994 OF CELESTIA'S REIGN
(6 YEARS BEFORE NIGHTMARE MOON)
Gilda the griffin flew over the lawn, examining all of the other students, her plate of asparagus casserole held tightly in her beak. What they were doing wasn't really any of her business, she knew. Besides, most of them were just eating in small groups without talking, which was hardly the kind of thing worth spreading rumors about. Yet Gilda watched anyway. She considered it her job to know what was going on around the school, the good and the bad. Especially the bad, which was a lot more fun.
Unfortunately, they were all just eating asparagus. Gilda's stomach turned at the thought, and she wondered if she would have time to hunt before lunch period ended. She would have to be discreet about it, like always, and she couldn't be caught leaving or returning to campus.