Series 2) Daring Do and the Caballeron Chronicles
by AlmanacPony
Characters: Original Character(s), Other BG Pony
Canon: None
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Suspense, Tragedy
Pairing: None
POV: 3rd
Status: In Progress
Warnings: None
• Everypony •

This is the second series of Daring Do's adventures. Here she battles the concept of friendship, the plots of the evil Ahuizotl, and perhaps a shadowy figure, deep in the darkness, pulling some strings.

Series: None
Chapters: 5
Word count: 56360 Read count: 2702
Published: 10 Nov 2015 Updated: 02 Dec 2016
1. 1) Daring Do and the Amulet of Atonement by AlmanacPony [Reviews - 2] (9471 words)

Book 1 of the Caballeron Chronicles

Thus starts a new adventure for Daring Do. Has her life changed since the Terrifying Tower? It might have. Her companionship might have changed as well. But sometimes having those friends mean sacrifices, and sometimes, it can mean pain.

2. 2) Daring Do and the Tenochtitlan Prophecy by AlmanacPony [Reviews - 0] (12847 words)

Book 2 of the Caballeron Chronicles

Daring Do is breaking.
The loss of her mentor and lifelong friend, the betrayals of those close to her, and the many trials that she has endured start to weigh on the soul of our intrepid hero.
Is our hero in any shape to save the world?
Can she even save herself?

3. 3) Daring Do and the Radiant Shield of Razdon by AlmanacPony [Reviews - 0] (13864 words)

Book 3 of the Caballeron Chronicles

Daring Do is broken, but she knows a way to fix herself.
There is a quest she must undertake, a decision she must make, and within her choices, the lines of morality become a blur. What must she do to rise above her failures? How can she save the pony she cares about?
And what will her choices cost her?

4. 4) Daring Do and the Razor of Dreams by AlmanacPony [Reviews - 0] (10857 words)

When you search for all that may desire, only to find the price too high to pay, how do you handle that?
How can Daring Do do what's right, when it involves leaving those she cares for behind?
Is a fantasy better than reality?

5. 5) Daring Do and the Trail of the Old Stone by AlmanacPony [Reviews - 0] (9321 words)