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If the premiere episode of season 3 of FiM has taught me anything, it's the answer to this question: How am I gonna foil the plans of some ornery, over-powered, eldritch abomination and save the day? The answer: Throw a princess at it.
And in the case of The Night the Magic Died, if that won't work, use more princesses.
Unrelated, I have now moved to Mountain View, leaving my old gaming computer behind. This should help my comic creation abilities significantly.
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Also, it's kind of presumptuous to call Nahmat a friend when you killed her earlier today. I know it makes for a better line, but really, 'Tia, is that all that matters to you?
thats one tough over sized parrot
Which as we all know not true. Writers and media producers associate queen with evil, because the idea of a woman whose noted virtues are not innocence, familiarity and kindness, but wisdom, power and decisiveness just makes their heads hurt somthin' awful.
I've never felt that way, also not when I was a child. Maybe it's because I live in a kingdom and grew up with having a queen. I've always associated a queen with kindness, calmness, wisdom and caring.
Also Cadence is never referred to as a princess while she actually is one. She is related to Celestia and she therefore has to also be related to Luna.
I always refer to Celestia as a queen personally. Mostly Luna as well.
I suddenly had a flashback to that game, in which the boss takes the form of a shadowy crow much like Gralo.
Hey! "Agent Scully"'s back!
I wonder if they'll do a "rocket launcher" scene...
Don't feel any pressure :3
How am I gonna foil the plans of some ornery, over-powered, eldritch abomination and save the day? The answer: Throw a princess at it. And in the case of The Night the Magic Died, if that won't work, use more princesses.
Raven: ...... Is that a reference to Team Fortress 2? Also, you're totally misusing the definition of an eldritch abomination.
Because damn if that ain't creepy.