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Androkin
 < 1 min read

I mentioned in the past that I intend to commission a Human in Equestria story. Well, the original plan has evolved a bit. Androkin and Twilight Sparkle had a falling out, and it’s sometime later that our story begins. Androkin took a ship to unknown lands far from Equestria. I have doubts that this particular…


Fallout: Equestria
 < 1 min read

I know, I know. I made part one for The Lost Element and never made part two. Why am I starting something else without finishing that one? The answer is simple. When that story concludes I will do part two. But as it stands, that story is over three million words, and still hasn’t ended.…


About My Lack of Motivation
 < 1 min read

I have a problem. I come up with these stories in my head, and start writing them. I usually get two short chapters in before I lose the motivation to continue. I don’t know why this is. My first Anon story did pretty well. I just don’t have the motivation to continue it.


Reading SPECTRUM: Prologue
 < 1 min read

So I have officially begun reading SPECTRUM. I’ve only finished the prologue, but I feel it is worthy of a post on its own. I plan to post every time I finish an act in this story.


My Fascination with Human in Equestria Stories
 2 min read

If you’ve read through this blog, there’s probably one thing you will have noticed: “This dude is obsessed with HiE.” Yes, it’s true, I have a fascination with Human in Equestria stories. I mean, check out the Fimfiction Reviews series. Every single one of them is HiE. A fair few interestingly enough feature the Anonymous…


Anonymous in Nu-Questria
 2 min read

I finally got around to reading Anonymous in Nu-Questria and it’s sequel, and holy shit, that was intense. I’m serious, I haven’t been this wrapped in a fanfic in years. Not since Exchange. I read both stories in under twenty-four hours.


Midnight Comfort
 < 1 min read

My first G5 review, and seemingly the author’s first G5 story. I’ve read a couple G5 fics, but nothing particularly stuck with me. That was until I read Midnight Comfort.


All’s Fair in Love and War
 2 min read

After seeing it trending for over a week, I decided to put aside my aversions and check out All’s Fair in Love and War. I’ll admit, I am debating whether or not to even publish my review of this.


The “How Many-Verse” Stories
 3 min read

I first read How Many Friends Have You Made Today?, and How Many Have You Forgiven Today? back in October 2017. Since it’s been four years, I decided it’s time to reread them and check out the third in the series, How Many Lovers Have You Made Today?


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