Misty and Violet chapter 2 part 1? Violet woke up to the sun streaming through a curtain. She had slept comfortably after the first half an hour, but before that had found herself shivering seemingly for no reason. Her dreams had been slightly haunted and full of ponies she didn't recognize, but she couldn't remeber her dreams now, despite just waking up. The smell of food and possibly pancakes attempted to lure her out of the bedroom, but first she decided to stretch her wings... And completely forget about the bandages. "Myah!" She cried, as her bandages ripped a little and she reopened two of the five cuts on one wing. A slow drip of blood slid down her wing, and dropped perfectly into the center of her pillow. "Oops... I hope Static wont mind." She whispered. "Mind what?" Static asked as he entered the room with apparent momentary super hearing. He also came bearing pancakes and tea, and then pretended to be upset as he said, "Oh. My mother's favorite pillow case. It was han
Misty and Vi chapter 1 part 3 (Long) Static Mist wandered through the streets of his lovely and scenic hometown, called Lilac Chasm. He wasn't quite sure why, as there were no chasms within 30 kilometers, but it was a nice quiet town. Only a few kilometers away was also the somewhat massive city of Vanhoover. It was a lovely summer day, with several birds trying to sing, but being denied when ever some busy pony came rushing down the street in a carriage or if they were rich enough maybe they might be driving an automobile. Static was walking down one of the main streets, deciding that if he were to meet up with this Violet pony, he would likely find her at the train station. The street was quite wide, with various stores and even two apartments in the local area, that later stretched onwards into farmland and then mountain trails. On the sides of the streets were rows and rows of various trees, mostly alder but occasionally maple or cherry. The sidewalk was cement, unlike the dir
Misty and Vi Chapter 1 part 2 Static retreated back into the home he had known for so long. When he had graduated from what us readers would know as a high school, Static had inherited his parent's homes as they moved away to leave him on his own. His mother constantly sent him application forms to a magic academy equivalent to a university. The only reason why these application forms were sent is due to the fact that Static's mother was a skilled magic teacher, and desperately wanted her son to reach his full potential. Static didn't see himself as a very powerful unicorn however, so no action was taken on his part to attend the magic academy due to fear of failure and lack of self-confidence. Static's father was little better, being a prestigious writer of fictional works, and fairly well renowned. He didn't want Static to follow in his footsteps, since that would be too cliché. But Static wanted to write stories, so he decided to go towards Non-fiction instead.
The tale of Misty and Vi~! (Chapter 1 part 1)A unicorn sat in front of a blank page of paper, searching for inspiration. His horn momentarily glowed as he magically pulled aside the curtains and opened up the dirty window, so that he may illuminate the words he couldn't find. A massive sunbeam showered down upon the white page, but alas no words appeared. "Maybe I should actually look at the information I have." The unicorn decided, glancing over the frustrating pamphlet once more. The pages described a unicorn famous for fantastic magic tricks, and for being famous throughout most of the country. The unicorn pony put down the flier, and levitated another another piece of paper from his selection of mail. He opened up the envelope, and found another pamphlet inside, this time for a prestigious magic school. The envelope was from the unicorn's mother. "As if, Mom. I'll go to your silly magic school when my house catches on fire." The unicorn shook his head, he had received this same magic school invitation dozens of times. T