Welcome to Fingerbang: The Equestria Girls & Humanized Thread! Anything with >no hooves is welcome and encouraged here. If you like to write, draw, read, or critique the humanized versions of the ponies, then this is the thread for you.
It is a time of legend. Six months passed since Celestial Siblings defeated Discord and turned him into stone, but now their glorious vision for ponykind is in ruins. Solar and Night Guard who once have fought side by side against abominations of the chaos god are now locked in a brutal civil war. Nightmare Moon musters her forces, Castle of Two Sisters the object of her wrath. Celestia herself waits for her wayward sister there. As the flames of war spread through the Equestria, ponykind will be put to the ultimate test.
Though the picture is just kind of a throw away goof, there's a lot of green and art about Nightmare making a friend or two during her imprisonment. If it could have actually happened, what would that have meant for Luna?
Does the banishment end? Does it change Nightmare Moon at all? Or is the idea too flawed/in conflict with what little canon there is about the matter to really even be discussed?
You’re a writer who’s been going at it for a bit now. You really enjoy what you do and put your blood, sweat, and tears into each story. One day, you decide to post it in a random thread to get some feedback.
Just one problem: no takers. You wonder if you should even bother writing; you decide to quit and move on to something else.
If that story applies to you, then hold your horses. If all you wanted was feedback, to improve your writing skills a bit, or maybe just see how others do it, then you’ve come to the right place. There are a few rules, however:
>Posting the story directly in the thread is preferred over a link to Pastebin, FiMFiction, etc.
>One story at a time. >Don’t be a dick or asshole when reading or critiquing. >All stories posted within the thread must be pre-written.
This thread’s purpose is to encourage writefags all over /mlp/ to write. We’re laid back here. Post what you want as long as it’s pone related. We’re not all “STOREEEYS ONLY!” We discuss topics such as writing techniques, interesting tropes, and bring forth story ideas. Let’s have fun.
>The town of Anima isn't the healthiest place in the world. >No growing trade town is, you suppose. What with all the boats coming in, moving passengers and cargo, not to mention that the town drinks from its toilet. >Not that that last part can be helped, being on a river. >Your name is Heart Beat, and you're the assistant to one of the few fully fledged doctors in Anima. >Proper clinics like yours are a rarity, most either self-medicate or resort to shamanism, or even less reliable methods. >And when a ship full of sick passengers pulls into port, its all hooves, and hands, and claws, on deck to stop a bad situation from getting worse. >You've met one of the passengers who managed to keep the disease from getting too bad on the journey, but with supplies running low time is of the essence. >Right now you're in the cabins of the ship, acting as quarantine for where the sickest patients are.
>Glancing around at the empty hallway, all is silent except for the sound of the creaking wood and noise filtering in from above. >...you'd better save up for a watch or something after this is all done. >For now all you can do is keep note of what you're doing to whom, and make sure there's no cross-contamination...not like that's the top of your worries
>You choose to go check the next twin room. Minotaurs and Gryphons have slightly different physiologies from ponies, but you just hope you have enough to
give a significant dose to their much larger frames. >Once again, you knock on the door before letting yourself in.
>Unlike the previous room, this time you're met with silence. >A Griffin lies on the right bed, and on the left, a minotaur bull. >It takes a moment before you get any response, but it does come eventually. >The minotaur stirs, and you can practically hear his dry eyes and lips moving as he tries to sit up. It only partially works. >"W-who's there?" His voice is hoarse.