Diamond's Dusk Ch. 5 (Part 2)Diamond's Dusk Ch. 5 (Part 2) by TheDragonWarlock
Manehatten Madness (Part 2)
A yellow carriage pulled to the side of a sidewalk. A yellow Earth stallion wearing a black and white checkered cap turned his head.
“We’re here now, ladies,” he said in his thick Manehatten accent.
“Hey!” a male’s voice objected.
The stallion laughed. “And the gentleman as well,” he joked.
The carriage door opened and Spike and the others stepped out of it. Rarity came out last, using her magic to pull out her mobile clothes rack, which was covered in a purple sheet cover to protect the clothing. She thanked the cab driver, tipped him and watched him go off down the road. She turned to her friends and noticed they were looking up at the building in front of them. Rarity looked up at the building too.
The building wasn’t as tall as their hotel, but it was still eye catching. It was a fairly tall building that was grayish black on the outside. There were no windows to be seen on, but there was a lar
Diamond's Dusk Ch. 5 (Part 1)Diamond's Dusk Ch. 5 (Part 1) by TheDragonWarlock
Manehatten Madness (Part 1)
As the sun slowly raised up over the ocean, the sound of a whistle echoed as a train crossed over a large white bridge. The train was full of various passengers ranging from families playing with their children; to elderly ponies chatting to each other, and conductors doing their routine rounds. Inside one of the train’s luxurious compartments, Rarity sat on one of the red couches and looked out the window. As she looked upon the Manehatten skyline, Rarity couldn’t help but smile a little.
It’s been so long since I’ve been here, but it only feels like yesterday, she thought to herself. I just need to do what I do best by dazzling the crowd with my outfits.
A sudden knock on the compartment’s door broke Rarity out of her thoughts. She looked towards it and said, “Come in.”
The door opened up to reveal Spike, who gave a wave and a smile. “Hey there, Rarity. Twilight wanted me to check to see
Diamond's Dusk Ch. 3Diamond's Dusk Ch. 3 by TheDragonWarlock
The sound of crickets chirping in the park and ponies chatting echoed throughout the streets of Canterlot. The air was filled with excitement as the majestic city’s streets were filled to the brim with ponies enjoying an outdoor dinner at one of its many restaurants; ponies walking through the park, and a couple of social gatherings. Amidst the commotion though, three gray-hooded ponies trotted away from the jubilant crowds and towards the castle, the various sounds gradually fading away until it was nothing but a faint buzzing sound.
The three ponies made their way down the streets, passing by various buildings until they came across a tall, white-stoned wall that went on in both directions for miles. The group looked around to make sure nopony was around before going right. They kept trotting down the street until they came across a black marble statue of Starswirl the Bearded, whom was looking up with a triumphant expression with his horn squirting out w
Diamond's Dusk Ch. 2 (Pt. 2)Diamond's Dusk Ch. 2 (Pt. 2) by TheDragonWarlock
Rarity galloped as fast as she could, panting heavily and without any direction on where to go. Her mind was racing with fear and sorrow as she raced through the town. She lies . . . she lies . . . Rarity kept repeating in her mind. Nightmare’s only trying to make me weak and helpless. I’ll prove to her that she’s– “OOF!”
The unicorn’s train of thought was cut off by her colliding with somepony, causing her to fall over and groan in pain. She opened her eyes to see Lyra lying on her back, with Bon Bon under her. Rarity got up and helped Lyra get back on her hooves.
“I’m dreadfully sorry about that, Lyra,” she said. “I wasn’t looking where I was going.” After helping Lyra back up, Rarity noticed a rather large red bag near Bon Bon. “Oh, dear, I hope I didn’t ruin what was in there. Perhaps I should take a look.” She reached