Alicornundrum

Alicornundrum It happened Twilight became an alicorn Her mentor Celestia has never been prouder her friends are amazed her daughter Nyx is thrilled to death And both Twilight and the government are in a tizzy By

  • Title: Alicornundrum
  • Author: RHJunior
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 153
  • Format: ebook
  • It happened Twilight became an alicorn Her mentor Celestia has never been prouder, her friends are amazed, her daughter Nyx is thrilled to death And both Twilight and the government are in a tizzy By Equestrian law, she is effectively a princess This is complicated by the fact that she s the adoptive mother of the former Nightmare Moon, and nopony is precisely thrillIt happened Twilight became an alicorn Her mentor Celestia has never been prouder, her friends are amazed, her daughter Nyx is thrilled to death And both Twilight and the government are in a tizzy By Equestrian law, she is effectively a princess This is complicated by the fact that she s the adoptive mother of the former Nightmare Moon, and nopony is precisely thrilled at the notion of Nyx being within reach of the throne It s further complicated by the fact that Twilight doesn t want to be a princess She s a scientist She s a researcher and a scholar of magic, not a ruler If she takes her throne she ll have to give up the very things that put her on it in the first place her research, her beloved books, her home in Ponyville, her ties to her close friends, and if certain factions have their way, her daughter Nyx.She s going to have to put up one hell of a fight to wrangle a compromise between the life that she wants and the destiny that somepony else picked for her.

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    1. Another excellent extension to the "Past Sins" canon by RealityCheck. He's sort of run away on his own with this setting, creating an ongoing sub-series that builds on itself with each new installment. And he's doing a good job of it.So, Alicornundrum. To get the maximum appreciation for this book you'll need to read the original Past Sins, of course, and you should probably also read RealityCheck's other Past Sins sequels. They aren't strictly necessary but there are references to stuff that ha [...]

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