The Sweetest Dreams Come SaltyThe Sweetest Dreams Come Salty by doctordapples
As the bell on the door rang, Sterling greeted the visitor with his prepared response. “Be with you in just a moment!” He just needed to complete a few more stitches...
“Work work work,” called the voice from behind him. “Don’t you ever sleep?” Sterling smiled at the familiar timbre, but kept his eyes trained on the task at hand. The glow of his magic guided the thin needle through the fabric, trailing behind it a delicate orange thread, the same color as his cutie mark. One of the only things that annoyed him about his work was that when it was done perfectly, his finesse was almost imperceptible. No one would ever see this seam, and that meant no one, no laypony anyway, would ever understand just how difficult it was.
He sighed and tied off the thread with a little magical flourish, a knot that served
Neither Asking Nor TellingNeither Asking Nor Telling by doctordapples
Neither Asking Nor Telling
Blueblood wiped the sweat from his royal brow and looked down at the slumbering draconequus. Discord had a small smile on his lips, still playing the night’s events over in his dreams. The stallion stretched his tired muscles, which were already beginning to feel a little sore. But despite his normal convictions against the mixing of the classes, he couldn’t help but take the stiffness in his legs (and the slight soreness in his flank) as a good omen.
The sun slowly rose in the distance as Celestia’s magic pulled it over the horizon. It was a new dawn, a new day, and he was feeling good.
Peppermint Jam chuckled as he added the last page to the rest of the manuscript. He glanced over at the envelope that had contained the story, only delivered to him an hour before by a rather confused-looking mailmar
So TrueSo True by doctordapples
Discord couldn’t help but laugh. He’d won! Celestia and Luna were nowhere near to be seen, the wielders of the Elements had been corrupted, but this was the moment where he could declare victory! Defeating the will of Celestia’s prize pupil had been the real challenge, and there were moments where even he doubted her vulnerability to the forces of chaos. He laughed again. He should have known better than to doubt himself.
He watched Twilight Sparkle walk dejectedly back to her library, her gaudy and powerless tiara the only trace of color left on the unicorn. He’d have almost felt sorry for her...
“...if she wasn’t so boring!” Discord snapped his fingers, and the door to Sugarcube Corner melted away. All this brinksmanship between him and Twilight had made him rather peckish. “What do you have tha
A Binding Symphony Ch1A Binding Symphony Ch1 by ABronyLife42
[center]A Binding Symphony[/center]
You're lying on your bed, feeling aroused by the mare sitting next to you. Your boxers, made of silk cotton continuously rub against the very noticeable lump between your legs. Every time you try hard to adjust and hide it, your growth becomes that much more visible to your visitor. She smiles with lust in her eyes, and says, "Oh, it seems somebody likes what they see."
The only light in the room are candles hanging securely around the walls that create a luminous dance of shimmering fires upon their holders. They're bright enough so that you can easily see her, but not so bright as to ruin the romance of the moment. You can also detect the perfect amount of their vanilla scent wafting from the wax, which makes you sigh with alleviation.
The sight you see before you is not one you could've predicted to see before this day, nor did you ever think that it would turn you on in the slightest, but it does.
It's Octavia in two pairs of pink socks, with her
Funraiser: Chapter 3FunraiserFunraiser: Chapter 3 by sevenofeleven
He spent an half hour in a bar and came home with a cute unicorn with a beige coat, red hair and red mane, this was going to be a great evening. Her bright brown eyes danced with possibilities. She was interested in him and not his cursed missing box.
Puzzle was coming back from the kitchen with drinks and snacks when he heard a familiar set of chimes. Punchcard had the box last, he wondered how it got to his apartment.
The surprised unicorn screamed, “No! No! No!”
He used his telekinesis to open the door. Puzzle got a quick view of his guest being yanked away by chains before the door slammed shut in his face. He was so surprised by the quick glimpse of what was going on, Puzzle lost control of the spell making the snacks and drinks float. The items tumbled to the floor without him noticing. The door would not budge even when he used his telekinesis.
“Canehead! Let her go!” Puzzle screamed at the closed door.
Chapter 12: A Sister TalkChapter 12: A Sister Talk by NB1K
As the demon stared out of the window, viewing the green and luxurious grassy mountains and terrains with malicious intent, Marshal Maxwell, who knew how to properly introduce himself this time, entered through the sliding electronic doors and presented himself to Nyarlathotep by saluting and standing still.
“My lord, I’ve just confirmed that all of the soldiers down in Ponyville have been defeated! Our sources indicate that all of them have repositioned themselves nearby Canterlot in a matter of seconds. Sir, I do believe they’re planning on a counter attack on us. What are your orders, my lord?” Despite the effort to suppress the situation that keeps coming back, Nyarlathotep sighed and shook his head.
“Ah, this again, Marshal? I’ve already stated that there was nothing to worry about. But if you truly insist that this indeed a threat to our operation, then I will simply oblige.” He turned around and faced Maxwell, who looked despe
MLPFiM: Lingering Shadows ch. 3MLPFiM: Lingering Shadows ch. 3 by Yoruhoshi
Chapter 3: The Nightmare
Dark shrouds of deepest gray rose from the ground like living mist, vanishing at chest height. The mist rippled and shimmered, not unlike the Northern Lights visible in the winter. Soft snatches of strange whispers floated upon the air, falling silent before their secrets could be shared. The sky was a midnight-blue, starless void, and the path stretched forward, like a narrow trail cut into the Everfree Forest. But if this were a forest, the trees were only visible far, far ahead, and the closer one got to them, they vanished. A normal pony would have been puzzled to find themselves in such a place, possibly even frightened by it. But to Princess Luna, this sight was nothing new. The ever-shifting dreamscape was more familiar than anything she could recall from thousands of years ago, and dream-walking was as natural for her as breathing.
For a fleeting moment, she was overcome with apprehension, but quickly she rec
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