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The Kingdom of Rarities

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2013

    Time Travel Disaster: Chapter Three

    Rarity looked around at Canterlot. It was the same as he left it, but everyone was lined up at shop that sold what but cloths that Rarity had made. She trotted into the crowd, and everypony gasped and looked at her. She looked at the shop. On the window it said "Fine Rarities", and Rarity's cutie mark was displayed next to it. She trotted inside and saw every single dress she had ever made in there, even ones she had made for her friends! She saw the one she made Twilight fir her birthday, and tears filled her eyes. I must have changed the future somehow when I was late for the picnic! she thought. I must find Doctor Hooves! She galloped outside and started asking everypony if anypony had seen him. "No I haven't seen him," were all their answers. "Oh dear," Rarity whined. "This is just great! For all I know if I go back to Ponyville all my friends won't be my friends, all because I missed the picnic! And now Doctor Hooves has gone missing! What do I do?" That night, she slept restlessly, thinking of what might happen if she doesn't find the Doctor soon. She woke up the next morning to a knock at her door. She jumped out of her bed and answered it. It was the mailpony. "I've got a letter here for Rarity," he said. Rarity took the letter and read it. It said, "Dear Rarity, I heard of your troubles and I know you want my help. In the town square is the police box. Just walk into it and it will take you back again. You can fix what you did wrong then come back to the future and everything will be back to normal. Yours Truely, Doctor Hooves." After reading the letter, Rarity quickly galloped to the town square and trotted into the police box. She felt the box move under her hooves and fainted from dizzyness. ~Chapter four in the next result. I will rewrite chapter one in the fifth result because the book it was at disappeared. Im sorry this chapter is so short. RD 8\/\

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