THE TALES OF POND: EPISODE 7
EPISODE 7 SCARS
Emerald Night was alone in her family home; she had convinced her relatives that it would be best if they moved to Hoofington so that the whole shadow bending business could blow over. She watched in sadness as the rain tapped lightly at the windows, hoping that in some way her parents were watching over her despite the distance. She sighed and closed her eyes for a moment. She could not believe what she had just been told moments before; the news frightened her beyond belief. She struggled to keep the tears back as she opened her eyes again and followed the raindrops as they sluggishly snaked over the glass.
"Does it really have to end this way?" she bitterly asked the figure behind her.
"It does indeed," a familiar voice assured menacingly, "if you hope to live, it will have to end this way, Emerald Night. I know it will be difficult to accomplish, but I know that you can finish the job. The Doctor will not be able reach you in time, and if you leave this unchec
THE TALES OF POND: EPISODE 6
EPISODE 6 TRUTHS AND LIES
The night was in its full pitch as the wagon rode up to the mansion upon the hill. It was an old, rickety place with tattered curtains, dilapidated masonry, and all kinds of wear and tear. Despite this the house still seemed to stand on its place atop the hill without any sign of collapsing. Not even the rain that flowed from above seemed to deter the ever standing structure, and as the wagon stopped and unloaded its only passenger she marveled at her home. It had been built by her relatives, she remembered, a long time ago before the Great War. Her father and her father's father and so forth had repaired the building time and time again. However, there would be no one to repair the old mansion anymore; she was the last in her lineage. All she could really do was hope to get married and move on with her life. She sighed and grabbed her bags from inside the wagon. She slid them over her neck and onto her back, so that she wouldn't strain her teeth from th
THE TALES OF POND: EPISODE 5
EPISODE 5 FIRE TRAP
The TARDIS was in stationary orbit around an unexplored and unnamed planet, somewhere in the year 1204. Amy and Rainbow Dash tagged along with the Doctor, as Rory and Twilight had other plans. Twilight had to catch up on things with her mentor, Princess Celestia. Rory, however, was getting a special treatment somewhere or giving, rather.
"He'll be fine," Amy giggled, "I just had him help out with some nursing activities back in Ponyville. Apparently one of the little fillies decided they wanted to try their hand at making fairy cakes again."
"Trust me," Rainbow Dash chuckled, "He's going to be helping out for a long time."
"So, Doctor," Amy smiled, "what's so special about this planet?"
"Nothing, there is nothing remotely special about the planet below, hasn't had any special happenings in nearly two centuries." The Doctor typed something onto the TARDIS's keyboard. "However, that's only counting documented happenings. There's something down there, somet
THE TALES OF POND: EPISODE 4
EPISODE 4 THE GREEN MENACE
The fall in Equestria brought many different events to Ponyville in order to prepare for the inevitable winter, but one of the most important events was the Running of The Leaves. The concept was fairly simple, but seemed outlandish to Amy and Rory Williams. The race was already underway as Twilight Sparkle and the Doctor tried to explain its purpose.
"So, tell me again," Rory asked as he tried to wrap his mind around the idea, "you race across this area of land, and this causes the leaves to fall off the trees?"
"Not exactly the race itself," The Doctor clarified, "but the magnitude of force generated by hundreds of hoof beats. It helps to loosen the leaves and allows them to fall."
"The race just helps to add an aspect of fun to the whole event!" Twilight Sparkle added.
"That sounds impractical compared to our world," Amy smirked.
"Well on your planet in your world the leaves fall a lot faster than they do here, so all you lot have to worry about is r
THE TALES OF POND: EPISODE 3
EPISODE 3 DEEP SILENCE
Pinkie Pie and the Doctor were on their way to some nondescript party sometime in the far future of Ponyville when something unexpectedly happened.
"What is that beepy lighty thingy, Doctor?" Pinkie Pie asked gleefully.
"That's a distress call," The Doctor replied, "and a strong one at that! It's calling from the year," The Doctor checked the monitor, "two thousand forty seven. That's a pretty recent year compared to our destination. What do you say we stop by and take a look see?"
"I don't mind!" Pinkie Pie giggled. The Doctor nodded and messed around with the controls for a moment before he locked the brakes of the TARDIS down. He then brought the monitor down to face level and examined the environment checks.
"According to the TARDIS we are somewhere beneath the many oceans of your world," The Doctor checked once more to make sure he wasn't seeing something wrong, "Inside of a submarine or some kind of ocean diving vessel." The Doctor smiled and galloped
THE TALES OF POND: EPISODE 2
EPISODE 2 THE SHADOW BENDERS
The Doctor, Amy and Rory couldn't do anything but stare at Twilight Sparkle's shadows. Twilight tried to back up, but the Doctor stopped her.
"Don't do that, Twilight, those Vashta Nerada may be satiated with their meal for now, but that won't stop them from grabbing another one.
"D-Doctor," Twilight quivered, "W-What do I do?"
"Use a charm to calm the creatures." The Doctor instructed.
"But which one do I use?!"
"Any of them, find one that works!"
"Alright, alright!" Twilight started focusing her magic on the creatures. Switching between different charms mid spell she was able to effectively determine a charm that calmed the Vashta Nerada the most. The shadow beneath her seemed to condense and thicken into a deep black, but it ultimately receded.
"Good job," The Doctor grinned, "I see you've still got it!"
"T-Thanks," Twilight Sparkle sighed in relief. At this point a crowd had gathered around them, and was watching as the Doctor and Twilight tried t
THE TALES OF POND: EPISODE 1
EPISODE 1 MEMORIES
"So, Doctor, what is it exactly that we're putting together here?" Amy grunted as she lowered a large, toaster sized machine onto the floor of the TARDIS.
"Well, basically," The Doctor muttered, "what we are putting together is a dimensional gap generator, one that can maintain a hole in a dimension whilst feeding off of the rift energy generated from said hole. Self sustaining machinery," The Doctor clamped the toaster sized device onto a smaller one that was akin to the shape of a cell phone, "gotta love it." Then, without so much as a sign of difficulty he slapped a monitor and a dish like apparatus and proceeded to rewire everything.
"Okay, so once we're done with this we can go to wherever it is that you wanted to go?"
"Precisely," The Doctor smiled.
"Well if you can hurry it up," Rory suggested, "maybe I'll forget the fact that I fell down several stairs into your storage room."
"Not my fault the TARDIS wanted the storage room to have stairs." The Doctor
DOCTOR WHOOF: EPISODE 10: PT 2
EPISODE 10: VALE UNDECIM: PART 2
"Susan? What's going on dear? Is everything all right?" Rarity nudged at the sleeping mare until her eyes fluttered open.
"What... what is it? Did we make it?"
"I'd say, but something's wrong with Ponyville! More importantly something's wrong with the sky!" Susan sat up and looked all around her. Sure enough the sky itself was gone. The sun, the clouds, the moon, everything had vanished. The only thing that sat in their view now was the deep blackness, and a gaping hole in the time vortex that constantly thundering and churning above their heads.
"I've heard stories about this from my grandfather," Susan muttered," small time ruptures causing gaps that lead to dimensions or consuming hole worlds into nonexistence but I have never heard of anything quite like this."
"What's happened to the sky?" Pinkie Pie gasped.
"The time rupture has split the entire universe into two halves, one beginning at this point," Susan pointed up at the sky, "The other b