rife with necromantic An Excellent conceited Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet horror and Lovecraftian fear of the descriptive prose is beautiful ororrifying often a mix of both and epitomizes the standard set by Nyarlathotep poetic and descriptive while remaining concise Now as to the story itself I Ruhestand fr Einsteiger have to say it s uite entertaining It is for lack of a better word an adventure story It could technically be considered a romance I E the thing driving the protagonist forward being that the love of Her life is in danger though I m not uite comfortable describing it as such Likewise one of the particularly enjoyable parts of the story is the sarcastic back and forth between the protagonist Bon Bon and an unwanted travelling companion which follows Her on Her uest for much of the story Their dialogue together is positivelyilarious Likewise there s some very good characterization in this story and it contains one of My all time favorite fictional characters I won t go into. Bon Bon's voice is funny and that's about all that anypony who meets La criminologie her notices aser marefriend Lyra soon steals th.
Ted whole cloth into "this setting most notably Kelpies the secondary character Aldrovanda is a Kelpie and is both orrible "setting most notably Kelpies the secondary character Aldrovanda is a Kelpie and is both Making Mentoring Happen A simple and effective guide to implementing a successful mentoring program horribleilarious a great combinationThe protagonist is Bon Bon and it s no spoiler to say that she s actually a Changeling However unlike other Changelings she Panda Bears has developed a genuine love for a pony rather than the usual sham Changelings use to feed on them The story opens wither discovery of the impending invasion of Canterlot being planned by ueen Chrysalis and as it progresses it weaves itself perfectly into the background of the actual events that take place during the two parter episode A Canterlot Wedding As such it s always clear ow the larger scale plot will ultimately end the invasion will fail The journey is the important thing though and there s still plenty of room within that broad framework for edge of the seat tension and uncertaintyFans of the White Wolf style of roleplaying setting may particularly enjoy
THIS STORY SET AS IT ISstory set as it is a world with a masuerade similar to ow many of those go Bon Bon is the viewpoint character though and she knows all about Desarrollo de Habilidades Directivas how the world really works so the reader should rarely feel lost The settingas a well realized feel to Erfectly ordinary boring pony in every way but two er voice and the carefully kept secret that she isn't really a pon. .
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UITE THE ENTRANCE ANYWAY I WOULDthe entrance Anyway I would anyone with a love for adventure stories a fondness for folklore leanings towards the Lovecraftian or simply a familiarity with Pony to read this storyAs a side note this story inspired My love for Celtic folklore Before reading it the only "Myth Cycle I Particularly Cared "cycle I particularly cared was the Norse but Mendacity changed that I loved it so much and became so interested in Celtic mythology that I with much elp from Dromicosuchus Himself created the annotated edition of the story providing information on the real world euivalents of the various mythological creatures mentioned in
the story and other miscellaneous facts this annotatedstory and other miscellaneous facts This annotated as since been added ere and can be found above I m a big fan of Changelings in My Little Pony fanfiction and this particular story gives a uniue and incredibly well realized interpretation of them Dromicosuchus Changelings are fae creatures in the classic Medieval European sense dwelling alfway between the real world and a strange alternate universe of incomprehensible magic and terrible monsters Many other fae creatures and details from European mythology are transplan. E spotlight with er explosive personality strange obsessions and curious beliefs And why not Bon Bon is after all a