Dazzling Thread #143
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School Spirit Edition
All Dazzling lovers are welcome. It doesn't matter if you're an Adagio, Aria or Sonatafag, let's all join in one place. Post anything of the Dazzlings: drawings, discussions, stories, fetishes, re-edits, gifs, re-made songs (written or, if you had the guts to, sung), anything you like. Come here and show that you're under their spell!
Story Pastebin/Archived Threads:
For aspiring writers:
Old Shattered Gem: >>24063225
Satyr Abomination Thread #117: Baby Making Edition
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PREVIOUSLY ON THE DARLINGS AGAINST NATURE PROGRAM
>What is a 'Satyr Abomination' thread about?
A satyr is what happens when a human and a pony decide to get freaky and end up having a child. This thread is dedicated to the art and written works about these lovable creatures.
>What are the rules to 'Satyr Abomination' threads?
It was decided that the best way to nurture and produce content was to adhere to a near complete lack of rules.
Anything is a variable. Names, gender, personality, background. It's all free game to be decided at the writers' and artists' discretion. Same thing goes for physical traits. You can have satyrs that can fly or magic shit, or not. Some keep such things vestigial. Cutie marks haven't really been addressed yet, but again, whatever the writer/artist wants.
As far as the written story itself is concerned, much of the same can be said. You can greentext, you can write in prose, you can use multiple POVs (how you utilize this is up to you), or anything else.
A large chunk of Satyr Abomination Thread's work is about parental feels. Of course you don't have to do that at all. We've got happy and sad feels, incest, adventure, and short snippets of everyday family life. It's generally all about the family unit here. Or a broken family, that works too.
Story by Parent:
Satyrs by Parent:
Need some proofing done? Or want to throw ideas around without shitting up the thread?
Add one of the Skypes below!
Nightly Scilight Thread #28
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"SciTwi is Best Pony" Edition
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Archive of /nst/ greentext stories:
All Human Twilight Sparkle content despite the cute pony in the OP, though we do like ponies, such as greentext stories, art and discussion go here.
The original (and recommended but not required) prompt:
>"Uhhh, mmm... Anon? W-what are you doing after school?
Writefagging, drawfagging, discussion, and other SciTwi-related content are highly encouraged during "down time" (i.e. when R9KLight and SciTwi & Anon aren't around)
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Episode 513 : Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?
Story by Jayson Thiessen and Jim Miller
Written by Scott Sonneborn
Rarity's a mare who knows what she likes, but when she's caught up working long weeks, she sometimes has to vicariously like things through her friends. It's good for her to keep an open mind about all interests, anyhow, since she can never know too much about prospective clientele. It means she's a worldly lady, doesn't it? Totally unfettered, though, what kind of vacations might she enjoy for herself? There's a lot of Equestria - and beyond - to experience, after all!
Vacations that don't simply bring her hobnobbing with known quantities, that is. She'd certainly enjoy hanging around Canterlot and Manehattan, that's for sure.
Gathering Storm: Part 3 (Text CYOA)
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Sleeping Winter edition.
Archive (Thanks Amm):
Welcome (back) to Gathering Storm. A text-dominated MLP CYOA that involves time travel, city planets, a (hopefully better) combat system, and monsters.
Last we left off, we discovered some revelations about our situation that are going to be ignored.
We also just finished off a boss.
"Winter...You did amazingly."
>"You too, Summer, you too."
>Dahlia Walks up beside you.
>"You guys were... very impressive, to say the very least."
"Thanks... Anyway Dahlia. Before all THIS happened. What were you saying about a robot to the north? What was it doing there?
>"An old scavenger used to live up there. He passed away recently, and no one bothered to go mess with it. Apparently it was broken, but when they were trashing it, he saw the opportunity and bought it instead."
"Is it possible to make the robot unable to move so we can fix it later?"
>"Perhaps. But that is then, and not now. We need to get some sleep."