The Element of Laughter- Chapter 7
Pinkamina opened her eyes and looked around, blowing some stray hair out of her eyes. She looked down at her bonds; she struggled against them, taking deep breaths before each movement. She stopped when Duskheart opened the door and entered. He pulled the chair over and sat in front of her. Pinkamina tilted her head to the side, looking at him as he produced a cigarette, lit it and sat back on the chair.
"Pinkie, I just want to say that I respect your resolve, not many ponies could stand up to what you are going through." He said, sounding genuinely impressed. Pinkamina smiled, her wide, bloodshot eyes stared directly into Duskheart's.
"Thank you Duskheart, I'll be sure to pass along the message to Pinkie when I see her next." She said. Duskheart's mouth dropped open and the cigarette fell to the ground.
"Wait, are you ?" he started. Pinkamina nodded.
"Yes, my name is Pinkamina Diane Pie, at your service. Although I do have one question for you. What did you do with my friends?" a
The Element of Laughter- Chapter 6
Pinkie kept the wrapped up body of Rosethorn steady as the cart they had commissioned in a nearby town trundled down the road. Nopony was speaking, nor looking each other in the eye. Redmond and Swift pulled the cart, and Heartstrings sat across from Pinkie in the back. Pinkie noticed Heartstrings looking anxious, but said nothing, Finally, Heartstrings spoke;
"Okay, I've had enough! Pinkie, what the hay WAS that back there?" she yelled, Pinkie shook her head.
"Not now Please."
"Now is a good a time as any, What was THAT?" Yelled Heartstrings louder. The stallions thought it best not to get involved.
I don't want to talk about it ok?" said Pinkie forcefully. Heartstrings lifted herself into the air, hovering above Pinkie's face.
"Well too bad, I do want to talk about it. What happened with you?" She yelled. Pinkie couldn't take it anymore
"I don't know?!" she yelled into Heartstrings' face. "I saw her die and something clicked, like a defence mechanism."
"Then why did it call itself Pi
The Element of Laughter- Chapter 5
Pinkie sidled closer to Rosethorn as the two stared down at the seemingly impenetrable fortress below them. Heartstrings was complaining, but everypony was ignoring her. Pinkie noticed the leader of the beta team, Redmond, was hyperventilating.
"What's wrong?" Pinkie asked, and Redmond turned to her, and he smiled a weak smile.
"I'm fine, really, it's just I have absolutely no clue how we are meant to do this." He said. Pinkie smiled at him, trying to comfort him.
"Trust us, we are the best at this." Said Rosethorn. Redmond nodded, taking a deep breath to calm himself down. He turned to his troops, telling them to head back to where they had set up camp and gather all the supplies they would need. Swift tapped Rosethorn on the shoulder, signing something to her.
"Swift wants to know just how we plan to destroy this place." Rosethorn said to Redmond.
"Rarity in the research department made up these explosives that are activated by a magical fuse. A unicorn arms them with her magic and t
The Element of Laughter- Chapter 4
Pinkie and Rosethorn walked side by side, escorting the Pegasus I.Q to Princess Celestia. During their mission to rescue him from a griffin gulag, they had become close, and their team mates couldn't have been happier for them. Pinkie caught a glimpse of her friend Twilight, and felt a bit guilty. Twilight was once the object of her affections and while Pinkie still had strong feeling for her, she had found love in Rosethorn. Celestia was waiting for them in the special ops tent, as was the Doctor.
"I.Q I presume, it is good to finally see you." Said Celestia. I.Q gave her a quick bow, and only shook his head when the Doctor tried to shake his hoof. Pinkie giggled at the Doctor's awkward smile.
"It is nice to meet you as well Princess, but I would ask that we speak in private." He said respectfully, and the other ponies in the room left the tent. The Doctor walked beside Pinkie and Rosethorn, smiling at the two.
"So Rosethorn, when did you realise that you were a fillyfooler
The Element of Laughter- Chapter 3
Pinkie watched as Heartstrings preened her feathers, a rare moment for earth ponies; as Pegasi are usually very shy when it comes to that. Her mint green feathers fell to the ground, but they had already been replaced by newer and better feathers. Heartstrings finished, stretching her wings out fully, and Pinkie was surprised to see her full wingspan, which was the largest of any Pegasus that Pinkie had ever seen. Heartstrings noticed her look of amazement and smiled.
"Checking out my wings huh? Yeah I pride myself on my wingspan. hehe its actually funny, during summer flight camp, a fair few of us started puberty, myself included and we held competitions to see whose wings were the biggest. I always won of course, but there was this one pony I remember, her wings were so close but I won by a good half inch. We were rivals, me and her, but no matter how hard I tried, I just couldn't beat her during races. I can't remember her name now; it was something, uh Dash." She said an
The Element of laughter- Chapter 2
Pinkie read the dossier by Duskheart's bed, the Black earth pony scowling the entire time. Her mission was to simply gather intelligence regarding some enemy supply runs. All that Pinkie had to do was sneak over to the enemy camp, find out when and where the supplies were and then to hijack the supplies for the ponies. Pinkie looked at Duskheart cautiously, unsure about his true intentions.
"What changed your mind?" She asked. Duskheart raised an eyebrow, the scowl never leaving his face.
"Somepony with greater authority than me saw our last training session and thinks that you are perfect for this mission." He explained.
"Who was the pony?" Pinkie asked, wanting to thank them for the chance to prove herself. Duskheart shook his head.
"That's classified information, and even if it wasn't, I wouldn't tell you anyway." He replied. Pinkie shot him a dirty look and left, heading to the special ops tent to meet some ponies that would be accompanying her. She walked in to just find the Docto
The Element of Laughter- Chapter 1
Pinkie Pie was awoken by Twilight, and Pinkie looked at her, still thinking she was dreaming. Even in her armour, Twilight was one of the most beautiful ponies in Equestria, but Pinkie was much too afraid to tell her. She had grown up being lectured about the evils of Fillyfooling, and was ostracised from her family when she had come out to them. She got out of bed, the tension in the air was thick, and everypony was scared. The first day of war with the griffins. Pinkie took a deep breath, clearing her mind as doubts and fears flooded her consciousness. She armoured up, and marvelled at the metal, the way that it bent light, making her harder to see. The girls left their tent, and Pinkie was intimidated by the rows and rows of ponies, all covered in armour and weapons ready. Pinkie and the other elements, as well as Princess Celestia marched onto the battlefield to meet the griffin emperor. She was disgusted as she looked at the horrible mess that was Gregor, no smile, just a consiste
A New Harmony- Epilogue
Luna sat on archer's stage, the afternoon sun warmed her face and she smiled for the first time in weeks. Her sister had passed, but she had found love in the form of Rarity. It had given her the courage to open a letter from her sister, dated three days before her death. Luna took a deep breath, and looked down at the battlefield. A new species of poppy had begun to grow there, with a blood red colour that no poppy had ever had previously. They swayed in the wind and Luna became entranced in the dance. She looked down at the envelope, Celestia's hoofwriting was unmistakable. The envelope just had the date and 'Luna' written on it. She opened it, a single page was inside and Luna had to compose herself before continuing. The letter read;
My dearest Luna,
A New Harmony- Chapter 15
Rarity brought the hammer down again and again, the dark purple metal slowly bending to her whims. She put it back into the heat, taking a few deep breaths as the metal heated up. Again she pulled it out, and again she hammered, trying to get the right shape as the stubborn metal glowed red with protest. The sweat rolled off her face, blackened with soot, and she knew she looked disgraceful. The metal was dropped into a bucket of water, and gouts of steam followed. Rarity stepped back so as not to burn herself. As the Metal cooled, she prepared the final touch, gently tapping a chisel into a gemstone, shaping it with a craftsponies keen eye for detail. She pulled the metal out of the bucket, now shaped exactly as she wanted. The white gem was set into it, a half moon, almost completing Princess Luna's Breastplate. Rarity picked up the chisel again; minute patterns centred around the gem took form. The patterns were special, and would glow in the darkness of Luna's night.