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Snowpone Origin Sotry

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Created: 2nd September 2021 08:47:35 PM
24th September 2021 12:48:16 PM

  1. >"Gather round, little ones, huddle in close. I've got another story to tell."
  2. >"I will tell you the story of where you come from."
  3. >"No, not that story, little one! Haha! You can ask your parents about that."
  4. >"It was many, many moons ago... In those days, the land we lived in was green."
  5. >"Summers were warm, winters were bright, and the ground was not hard and frozen."
  6. >"But it was not to last, for you see the ponies of the Green Age fought."
  7. >"Days were hard, for everypony, and so ponies fought."
  8. >"They turned away from one another, and let their hearts grow cold."
  9. >"And just like their hearts, the lands were soon coated in frost."
  10. >"Now, much like today little ones, ponies were foolish."
  11. >"You see, when days got harder, the ponies fought harder."
  12. >"And their hearts, frosty as they were, were soon turned to ice."
  13. >"Warmth left the land, and days became bleak."
  14. >"Some ponies were so bitter and cold hearted, they too froze."
  15. >"It was in this world, that our ancestors lived."
  16. >"They felt the coldness, shivered from the fighting and saw the winds of spite descend on ponykind."
  17. >"Can you guess what they did? That's right! They did what we do when days are dark, they huddled."
  18. >"And huddled together, they came with a plan. If fighting and coldness were growing: then they'd stick together and find peace."
  19. >"So they, as one great family, bundled warm in blankets and huddled together, left to find the peace they so desperately needed."
  20. >"It was long, it was hard. The road to peace was long frozen over, no pony walked it for a very long while."
  21. >"But, our ancestors braved its bitter blizzards, its gnawing nights, its whipping winds. Sustained by the warmth in their hearts."
  22. >"They opened their hearts to one another and the warmth they felt for their fellow tribesponies kept them, and guided them."
  23. >"And after a long, cold, sorrowful journey. They found a beautiful land lit by the million stars above."
  24. >"Their new home, their peace: It sparkled, and it stretched out for years."
  25. >"They no longer felt the cold, they no longer felt weary, they no longer felt that life was hard."
  26. >"No. Now they were warm, they were revitalised, and they had found their home."
  27. >"And over the moons, they lived, they had foals and they shared the warmth in their hearts."
  28. >"The foals grew, and moved out, found new homes and settled them under the stars of the winter day. Copying, in spirit, the journey of peace their parents walked."
  29. >"And their foals grew, and walked their way of peace, and that was passed down until it became our nomadic tradition to walk in peace and settle in the winters."
  30. >"Over the generations their coats grew long, and their families and settlements grew and grew."
  31. >"That first settlement, the peace found by our ancestors, was lost to time, buried by the snow."
  32. >"But their peace leaves on, in the warmth of our hearts."

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