Time Traveling Kids of the Mane Six! Ch. 38Time Traveling Kids of the Mane Six! Ch. 38 by ShrapnelLeader
Chapter 38: Rage and Regret
Breakfast was quiet despite the seventeen ponies (Apple family and guests, Fluttershy, Rarity, and Pinkie Pie) sitting together at the conjoined tables. Some remained silent because they were still exhausted, some didn’t know how to break the awkward tension, and others just didn’t want to speak at all. Regardless of their reasoning, they all had much on their minds. With Cherry sleeping in, there was still an incomplete feeling that blanketed them all.
Applejack’s eyes drifted from one side of the table to the other. Berry poked at his food, unable to eat. Bismarck and Radiance occasionally whispered something to one another but never spoke up. Orion, Peach, and Bucky were uncharacteristically calm as well. Who knew what was going through their minds? Flora ate slowly, never looking up from her food. Tempest and Andromeda ate quickly, though for different reasons. None of them were going to say anything, so it would be up to Appleja
Time Traveling Kids of the Mane Six! Ch. 37Time Traveling Kids of the Mane Six! Ch. 37 by ShrapnelLeader
Chapter 37: Lost Without You
“Is she going to be okay?” Radiance asked while Berry shut the bedroom door behind him.
Berry didn’t look at her, instead focusing his gaze down the hallway. She couldn’t tell if he was either too distracted by his own thoughts or if he was intentionally hiding his face from her.
“She’s going to be fine,” he answered softly.
“And what about you? Are you going to be alright too?”
Berry didn’t look at her.
“Yeah,” he mumbled as he started walking towards the stairs. “I’m good.”
“Hey,” Radiance said, running in front of him to stop him. “Hold up.”
Berry looked down at the white unicorn mare and let out a deep breath.
“I said I’m fine, Radiance. You don’t…”
Radiance paid no attention and interrupted him with a tight squeeze. Berry, normally an open hugger, found himself caught off-balance, but something about the
Time Traveling Kids of the Mane Six! Ch. 36Time Traveling Kids of the Mane Six! Ch. 36 by ShrapnelLeader
Chapter 36: Learn to Face Your Fears (first draft)
Andromeda and Radiance sat by Applejack’s bedroom door, waiting for any sign of good news. From the outside, only faint murmurs and the occasional shuffling of hooves could be heard. Even though they desperately wanted to see how their friend Cherry was doing, they dared not enter without permission. Berry and Pinkie Pie were far too distraught to deal with anyone else at the moment. Flora kept busy by assisting Zecora with Cherry while Applejack and Fluttershy kept look after the children in the barn. Rarity had been sent out to buy more ingredients needed for the medicine and now only Andromeda and Radiance remained by the door, occasionally checked on by Bismarck and Tempest.
“Yer sure yer okay? Y’all don’t need nothin’?” Bismarck asked, looking down at the two mares.
“We’re fine, Bismarck,” Radiance answered. “Thanks anyway.”
“We need something to
Time Traveling Kids of the Mane Six! Ch. 35Time Traveling Kids of the Mane Six! Ch. 35 by ShrapnelLeader
Chapter 35: Cherry, You Gotta Stand Up Tall… (first draft)
Tempest’s eyes shifted back and forth, following Cherry’s incessant pacing beneath the shade of a distant apple tree. He peered upwards for a moment to see that the morning sun had stopped rising, its warm rays now transforming into a searing heat. In fact, it had gotten so hot that Apple Bloom, Big Macintosh, and Granny Smith had left the apple field to go to town for some grocery shopping and drinks. While Fluttershy napped in the shade of another tree, Tempest, Flora, and Berry shared a single tree’s shade while they sat around waiting for “the talk” to be over. Whatever was being said back at the barn with Bismarck, Radiance, and their mothers, it had to have been a long and awkward conversation.
“Could they take any longer?” Flora groaned, speaking from the shade on the opposite side of the tree as Tempest. “I mean, where did this heat even come from? It ha
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