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PTFG Thread TF

By Ponefluff
Created: 24th June 2021 09:36:49 PM
24th September 2021 12:57:22 PM

  1. >Day court dragged on, as it had a tendency to do.
  2. >Princess Celestia had listened to at least forty petitions so far and they were blurring together
  3. >Internally she pondered why it seemed to be that this was always the hardest day of the week
  4. >She never could get a hang of Thursdays
  5. >Beside her stood her ever faithful attendant Raven Inkwell
  6. >The pair listened to the petition by Count Counting Currency, about how the crown purchasing him a swimming pool would improve the property value of all Canterlot.
  7. "We shall consider your proposal, you may leave"
  8. >Celestia said, her regal mask retaining its position as it always did.
  9. >Just another few hours of day court
  10. >Then Luna would wake up, they could have a meal together and Celestia could finally relax for a short while before bed.
  11. >That was until she sensed an incredible pulse of chaos magic
  12. >The wave of chaotic energy rolled across the palace, causing Raven to stumble and clutch at her horn.
  13. >Of course.
  14. >The last thing Celestia needed today was for Discord to revolt, but evidently he had
  15. >Bucking Thursdays.
  16. >As it turned out, the lord of chaos hadn't been about to burst through the doors
  17. >Instead a very worried looking Pegasus guard poked his head in instead
  18. >"Y-your highness, you've got mail"
  19. >Raven frantically looks over her clipboard and can only offer an apologetic shrug
  20. "Very well, I suppose the mail should be brought in."
  21. >The yellow Pegasus guard pales to a white that nearly matched your own alabaster coat
  22. >"Could you go to it instead? It's about as big as a house"
  23. >Celestia really should have expected this, if discord was sending surprise gifts again they would have to be inconvenient somehow.
  24. >At least it hopefully wouldn't be full of glitter like last time
  25. >The solar alicorn moved for the doors, swearing silently upon her sun that if it was a super sized glitterbomb she would banish Discord to it.
  26. >The guard dutifully lead her outside to the palace courtyard, revealing that it was almost entirely filled by a titanic object.
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  39. >After a preliminary investigation, Celestia could comfortably state it was a box
  40. >A seemingly ordinary box
  41. >Which is what made her so nervous
  42. >The blast of chaos magic had been intense and obviously had caused this box
  43. >Yet she couldn't detect any lingering chaos magic
  44. >Even discord had yet to show up
  45. >"Any idea what that means princess?"
  46. >The yellow Pegasus guard asked, gesturing to the box
  47. >On its side was a large red arrow pointing to the heavens, as well as 4 massive symbols she couldn't recognise
  48. >Regardless, she wanted to see what was inside the box
  49. >Although she could probably wa-
  50. >The two ears atop her head swiveled and focused on the colossal container before her
  51. >She had heard something from inside the box
  52. >The guard, who she could not remember the name of, took this as a sign to remain silent.
  53. >Moments passed until another sound came from inside the box
  54. >Almost like a yawn?
  55. >Was somepony trapped inside this paper prison?
  56. >The solar diarch took to the air with a single flap, rising to see the top of the box.
  57. >A small note was on top, addressed to…"Anyone who may see this"
  58. >Celestia wasn't entirely sure of the writer's understanding of equish.
  59. >However, from her new position she could definitely make out sounds coming from inside
  60. >Strange, almost equine sounds
  61. >Far too many hissing sounds to be ponies speaking equish
  62. >For a moment her curiosity was under control, until with a flash of her golden magic, Celestia pulled the note to her and opened it.
  63. >"Take care of them, they will need it. One more note inside."
  64. >With the note having done nothing but fan the flames of Celestia's inquisitive mind, she pulled at the flaps of the box
  65. >Slowly revealing…A box of green foals.
  66. >Oh by Faust there must have been hundreds of them.
  67. >Appraising them with a trained eye Celestia could see no signs of starvation of fatigue, however she worried for the ones on the bottom
  68. >In almost perfect unison the foals turned to look at her
  69. >An ocean of emerald eyes, black manes, and green coats
  70. >She could see a few differences here and there
  71. >There were certainly a healthy mix of all tribes
  72. >But that only worried her more
  73. >What monster had abducted all these poor foals
  74. >One of them babbled something she couldn't understand
  75. "Greetings my little ponies"
  76. >The guard had taken this as a hint to fly up and have a look
  77. >The instant his head poked over the edge of the box, the mass of emerald eyes fixed on him
  78. >"Princess?"
  79. "There is no need to worry Flash"
  80. >One foal near the top frowned momentarily, Celestia thought it was a mare but with so many identical coats she was struggling to pick out where one foal began and another ended.
  81. >"P...primcessss"

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