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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2013

    My Little Pony: The Next Generation Chapter 5

    As it turned out, all the fillies did want to come. Rarity had designed saddles with short capes flowing out of them; each mother-daughter pair had matching colors. <br>
    "Is everypony ready to leave?" Twilight asked, glancing over the twelve ponies and their light supplies. She and Glimmer Wave were wearing matching navy saddles that reminded Twilight of her gala dress from long ago. <br>
    "Ah think so," Applejack replied, ruffling Apple Harvest's mane. "We best head out before it gets too dark." <br>
    "And remember fillies," Fluttershy chipped in with her tiny voice. "Listen to your mother. The Everyfree Forest is a dangerous place." <br>
    "Fluttershy," Rainbow Dash spoke in an awestruck tone as they headed out. "It puts me in eternal amazement that a pony can still fear a forest she has been going in and out of for years." <br>
    The fillies, meanwhile, trotted on ahead. <br>
    "What do you think we'll meet?" North asked excitedly, flapping her wings expertly. <br>
    If it's a monster, my saddle might get ripped!" Crystal Brilliance insisted, glancing at her silvery saddle. "I'd have to run away!" <br>
    "Ah'd want to fight it," Apple Harvest declared in a country-mare accent. "Ah'd need to protect my family." <br>
    "Well, we could all take it down together!" Glimmer declared. <br>
    "That would be cool!" Buttercream Pie agreed. "Say, is anypony hungry? My mom brought donuts." <br>
    "Buttercream!" Pinkie called from behind. "We've only been trekking for a minute. Wait until we're actually farther into the Everyfree Forest, okay sugarcup?" <br>
    "Okay!" Buttercream replied cheerfully. Meadow Lark, Crystal, and Glimmer giggled. <br>
    Meadow Lark fell back next to her mother. <br>
    "What do you think we'll find?" She asked anxiously. "Is it going to be dangerous?" Fluttershy looked into her daughter's eyes. <br>
    "Most likely," she agreed in a soft voice. "But we can handle it. Do you want to ride on my back?" Meadow considered the offer for a moment. <br>
    "Okay," she scrambled up on her mom's light turquoise saddle. "Am I heavy?" <br>
    "Not at all," Fluttershy replied honestly, silently yelling at herself for passing on her "weakness" genes. <br>
    "Twilight, what are we supposed to do whem we meet whatever creature we're s'poused to meet?" Applejack questioned her violet-hued friend. <br>
    "If it's a hydra, we lead it to a rock cliff and bury it in a rockslide," Twilight replied confidently. "There are lots of different scenarios." As she rambled on, Applejack began to wish she had kept her mouth shut. Noticing the fillies were up a ways ahead, she hurried after them. <br>
    "Girls! Fall back with us!" She called, pushing her brown hat back. <br>
    "Hay, Ma! Come look at this!" Apple Harvest called back. Applejack sighed and hurried to catch up.

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