Rainbow Stratos Rainbow Dash had no idea what the reason was for Cloudsdale cloud overproduction, but she knew that she was responsible for keeping the sky clean. During such days, her jobs seemed to be horribly pointless. She had realized a long time ago (thanks to Twilight) that the black clouds were byproducts from Cloudsdale weather factories, what in fact made her a garbagepony. Luckily for her, there was a problem with white clouds only. Long working hours, however, made her want to sleep all the time. This day she was taking a nap before she actually started doing any work. “Soarin’, come here” she mumbled, still sleeping. &ldqu
Reversed Baumgartner “Gimme that!” Spike shouted, trying to put his claws on a cookie jar held by Twilight in her magical aura. “No!” she said firmly, moving the jar away from her assistant. “I’m not going to listen to your groans of agony for another night! You ate too much already! You’re gonna have a stomach ache anyway!” “So, what’s the problem then!?” he asked, leaping at the jar, missing it and hitting a writing desk. “Ouch!” “I said ‘no’!” Twilight looked at the jar, while Spike was rubbing his hurt forehead. She smiled and began casting a spell.
Luna vs. Grim Princess Luna entered her royal chamber in the Canterlot Castle, Twilight and Derpy following her. “Thank you for coming, girls,” Luna said happily. “No problem,” Twilight answered, looking around. Luna wanted to begin a movement against discrimination in Equestria. Well, this actually used to be a widespread problem prior to her banishment to the Moon, but at the time, discrimination had been virtually eliminated. Luna, however, was not aware of the fact, and this was why she had asked her sister’s student to find a pony who could represent love and acceptance, and bring them to the Canterlot Castle. Twil
How To Find a Princess Princess Celestia woke up. She did not, however, open her eyes and remained lying in bed for a while, frowning and biting her lip. Looking at her, one might have thought that she felt some kind of disgust. Somepony entered Celestia’s chamber. “It’s time, Princess,” a royal guard said, apparently worried about Princess. It was not often to see the ruler of Equestria with such a grimace on her muzzle. “Five more minutes,” she murmured. The royal guard pawed the ground, hesitating. He sighed and spoke, more confidently than before, “Princess. It’s high time you raised the sun.” She