Trixie's New Big Red Life p 11Trixie was happier than she had ever been, since the circus everything just seemed to go her way. She used her refurnishing spell to fix the Apples' leaky roof, she found she was able to use magic on hay piles if she focused on the individual pieces, Applejack was teaching her how to buck for apples (took some getting used to), she seemed to be getting closer friendship wise to Twilight and her pony pals, but best of all she had been spending the majority of her time with Big Macintosh.
She had impressed him, not in the magical abilities department, but in the fact that she was willing to risk her life to save Apple Bloom and her friends. When he wasn't working the orchid or lending a helping hoof in Ponyville he was by Trixie's side, and she loved every minute of it.
This morning she had decided to attribute to the farm by cooking the family some grass pancakes; so far she was on her tenth attempt at making a batch that wasn't burnt. Granny Smith was there too, helping by taste testin
The Night's Knight: Prologue“I will save you my princess!”
A helpless mare was surrounded by a pack of diamond dogs in their underground cavern. She looked to the entrance of the cavern, and beheld a sight that left her in awe and relief.
A kirin stood proudly there, clad in golden armor and holding a spear with his magic as he pounded his four hooves to the ground, ready to charge the enemies that stood before him.
He galloped at full speed, with his spear’s tip aimed directly at the surprised diamond dogs. In a flash he threw the spear to the one, which unfortunately missed as the dog estimated it’s trajectory. Luckily for the kirin, he teleported to the center of the group and gave a round of bucks to every dog’s head. The dogs soared through the room as the strength of each kick was felt by them, knocking them out almost instantly.
When all the enemies were defeated, the kirin trotted to the helpless mare and cut off the rope that held her tight. When
The Night's Knight Ch. 1Initiation
The next evening, after Princess Luna raised the moon, she and Princess Celestia walked along the corridor.
“...And that’s everything we need to do at the meeting on Wednesday. Understand, Luna?” Celestia heard no response from her sister. “Luna, are you listening?”
“Oh! Um . . . of course we did sister,” she responded. “We were just thinking about how to convince the regional governors to limit their spending in their cities.”
“I understand fully Luna, but considering the numerous problems such as the border wars between us and the Griffon Kingdom. If we’re going to avoid going in debt, then we need to take every precaution.”
“Very well Tia, but we-”
“Princess Luna, a word with you please,” said a voice.
The two alicorns turned around to see Silver Storm standing nearby and looked a little impatient.
“Some of the guards have been caught hazing another recruit. I w