Dreamscape is a place of opportunities, as a brony finds out when he opens a portal to Equestria.
In lucid dreams, the only boundaries are those that one self-imposes, but why should there be any limits at all? It’s not like anything bad can come out of a dream, right?
Rated 18+ for rape.
After Twilight's crazy creation of Theorization Manifestation, the rest of the mane 6 are looking out for new Manifestation spells to worry about. Turns out, Rainbow Dash has got one: Imagination Manifestation, the ability to bring fictional characters to life! This seems to go pretty great at first... just one problem. She can't put them back. Now her favorite characters are wreaking havoc across Ponyville. How will they stop the fictional characters and get them back in their stories?
Sequel to Ray.
Tempest escapes imprisonment and uses Ray's past teachings to turn mad bomber in attempt to kill him and the team responsible for putting him behind bars, under the diversion of radical road gangs fighting for supremacy of the roads and Equestria's new fuel supply.
What will Celestia do when Equestria's main defense is gone and everyone wakes up to the reality that the world is rough? How will the ponies of equestrian respond to Celestia's changes in government? What happens to Equestria when it's innocence and naivety are taken away?
Daniel is the middle child in a somewhat disconnected family, struggling to make his way through college without shooting for the moon (that's his little sister's job) or settling for what works (that's his older brother's job). In an idyllic life deep in suburbia where even the stars cannot be seen at night, something happens to Daniel. Something that will change his and everyone's life forever dramatically.
Rarity can't bring herself to deny her friends anything and they soon grow incredibly bold with their demands. She can't help but feel dirty after doing some of the things they ask, but somehow allowing her own will to be dominated by her friends also exhilarates her - perhaps even the sense of being "dirty" adds to that heart pounding excitement she feels with each new order.
After all, what more can a pony give to her dear friends than one's entire self, body, spirit, and obedience?
PS - This is an alternate Universe. Based a bit on the Nightmare Rarity story arc in the comics where Rarity is shown as somewhat desperate to keep her friends. This is a world in which her generosity is bent into submissive sexuality or perhaps in which it simply expresses in that way.
PPS - This is pre-Alicorn Twilight. Mostly just because I don't feel like writing Alicorns today.
When Rarity is in need of emeralds for a dress suit for Soarin', Rainbow Dash and Soarin' venture forth to paparazzi filled Canterlot to retrieve them. While they're gone, Twilight learns that it's better to let your feelings out, rather than bottle them up. But are the feelings what she thinks they are?
Twilight is fighting someone from her past she thought would never betray her. Rainbow Dash is fighting to forget someone from her past that already did betray her. Neither can win their battle alone. Maybe not alone, but together?