By Fleetwood1928 on Mar 6, 2013 at 3:56 PM
Its a zombie story. The main character is an OC named Ambrosia. I made him on that site you sent me but I can't save it as an image. Ambrosia is a guard that is sent to the Everfree Forest where he is supposed to neutralize a top secret threat (zombie patient zero,) but things go wrong and Ambrosia is attacked by a timber wolf. He kills the beast but his leg is torn up and he has a concussion, so he needs to get out of the forest. He hikes aimlessly to Ponyville and goes into a coma in the hospital for three days. When he comes too, he has to go back to Canterlot. A week later, the virus is spreading extremely fast. Most of the pegasi are cowering up in Cloudsdale, too frightened to assist survivors. Ambrosia is sent to Manehatten to defend an evacuation project, but it is overrun. During the panic of the large remaining group of survivors trying to escape the jaws of the undead with the pegasi, Ambrosia escapes with a blank-flank filly named Babs Seed who was abandoned by her parents. Ambrosia is an earth pony, and the only safe place left in Equestria is Cloudsdale, but air transport is next to impossible to find. Later, the two meet another couple of survivors named Lyra and Echo. (Echo's an oc.) Echo is an old, battle-worn Pegasus with only his right wing. He's very intelligent and a master fighter. He's raised Lyra from a filly. During the days of the living, Lyra and Echo were both part of an underground outlaw society known as "The Anarchists." The Anarchists were a large guild of spys, mercenaries and scientists that have devoted their lives to seeing the overthrowing of their corrupt tyrant Celestia. By code, Ambrosia would have to kill or arrest the two, but that wasn't an option for him: Echo could clearly defeat him, and Lyra could use a banned form of magic to wield a weapon. (She carries a kitchen knife.) But instead, they unite to try and escape the zombie infested ground to get to Cloudsdale. Ill try not to spoil anymore if you want to read it :)
By Fleetwood1928 on Mar 2, 2013 at 7:04 PM
I could not. These hands weren't meant to create. Anyway, I went to a shooting range. Its not necessarily the type of gun you'd go hunting with, but it's insanely accurate. Lol, ya know, you and Derpy'sLegion have very similar stories! Anywho, one day I was listening to my favorite talk show, The Savage Nation, and he starts talking about Howard Stern and how Stern is a moron, so naturally, I go to research Stern's show. I go to YouTube and the first thumbnail is Stern's BS rant about bronies. I heard about them one time but was completely neutral about it. I reminded myself that Stern is supposed to be an idiot, so I go to research bronies. Grown men who watch MLP? Surely he was joking! But nope, turns out the fan base was bigger than I expected, so I figured "Its probably got some kind of appeal, I should check it out." The first one I watched was Season 2 episode 16 (Read it and Weep.) Now it opened up with a bright pink cartoon pony and a white one that clearly values her hair more than her life so I thought "Oh god, this is gonna suck." I swear I had my head in my hands the first five minutes mumbling "Gay, gay, gay, gay, gay." But I started paying attention and I was surprised. It was great. I watched more episodes and started laughing at myself. "Why am I watching this?" It was greatest damn show I've ever seen and I knew I was a brony right there. I even started laughing at Stern's pseudo-facts about them, cause he's clearly never watched it. So unlike a lot of bronies, I wasn't converted by another brony or from exposure to the fandom; I was converted by the blind ridicule we are constantly subjected too. Sorry if I type a lot lol
By Fleetwood1928 on Mar 1, 2013 at 7:50 AM
Yep. Only problem is that the outfit will cost a lot to be made custom. It'll be more than the plush itself. Anyway, I got a new rifle a couple weeks ago and I get to go shooting it for the first time tomorrow :D Say, if you don't mind, can you tell me the story of how you became a brony?
By Fleetwood1928 on Feb 28, 2013 at 4:33 PM
Haha, I was actually considering going to Toys'r'rus today and getting them. If 4D does make more than the mane 6, they'll probably do the CMC before background ponies, but I would cuddle the Hell out of a Lyra one :3 I'm going to have someone make a Shadowbolt outfit for the RD one when I get it. Anyway, can you send me a link to where I can watch it? Or will it be on YouTube?
By Fleetwood1928 on Feb 27, 2013 at 11:09 AM
http://4thdimensionentertainment.com/ponies/twilight-sparkle-105-plush Actually, this will be available anywhere. After Twilight, they will be releasing the rest of the main six. Fourth Dimension is giving us something Hasbro wouldn't, thank God. Show accurate plushies that don't cost a fortune Is all I ever wanted. And yep, Lankymanbrony was telling me about that. I heard the animations would be just like the show's. Is that true?
By Fleetwood1928 on Feb 26, 2013 at 8:05 PM
Definitely too short. It was interesting because of the constant collateral butthurt. The ass-clench of bronies during season three was close to the density of a neutron star. If we could harvest such energy. (I was joking.) I was quite impressed actually. They introduced a lot of changes that we never saw coming. Some of them bad, some of them good, and a few that are perched on the happy-median. I liked the Scootaloo episode a whole lot. I'm not too big a Rarity fan, so no episodes for her wasn't too big a dissapointment for me. Then we get to Alicorn Twilight. I thought becoming an Alicorn would make her bigger than the rest of the ponies, so that was a relief when it didn't. There's still a bit of irritant coming from the crowd over the whole controversy, but hey theres no use crying over spilled milk. I type a lot if you didn't notice. So, did you hear about 4th dimension announcing a show accurate plush line to be released?
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