|White Weewoos don't exist. *shifty eyes*
||Issue: 410 | 18th day of Gathering, Y11
|The Flowers"So, let me get this straight. We're crashing the Faerie Queen’s party?"|
|Surprised: Is that OBSESSION with Banana Cream?Suddenly I saw Fyora. Fyora was heading toward the cloud. Fyora the Queen of Faeries was at Jhudora's cloud.|
|Magic LessonsOn a table about a foot away from her left hoof sat a book. What especially caught the Peophin's attention was the simple fact that the book was glowing. |
|The Clouds Never Lie"It's not looking good today, Maile," Azalea whispered. "Better than usual, but it's not worth getting our hopes up."|
|The Trouble with TrillianNo sooner had they done that than the doorbell rang. "Now who can that be!" Isla said, getting up. "If it were Lianne, she'd have let herself in."|
|The Seraphic Legion: FoundationGilbert just leaned on his pitchfork and gazed out into the night. There was nothing here. It must have been the gentle breeze he heard...|
|Sometimes the Moon Shines the BrightestDespite the fact that Sol and Luna were twins, they had absolutely nothing in common.|
|Fireworks in ShenkuuI suppose I should go into more detail. Yeah, this would probably make more sense that way. So, this awful, terrible, horrible thing I've done...|
|The Gardening FaerieAs she washed her hands in the kitchen sink, she looked out at her neighbor's yard through the window. It was dry, sparsely decorated, and... well, it was dead. |
|A Touch of SunlightEveryone thought chocolate pets were so amazing, so rare, but Riese would give anything to be someone else.|
|The Annual Chocolate Ball: Only for the elite!"Well, all that sounds... great. But what's actually there? Do you just sit there eating chocolate?" She gave a little giggle. |
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"Magic Lessons" by mckinleybooksfan
"I'd better go and give my sister a few warnings," Esmerelda said as she quickly turned to follow her sister up to the Peophin's room. "Simple Spells has a few misleadingly named enchantments. If we really don't want the house to burn down, I should probably warn..."
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|The Traitor: Part Two|
"But being the second most handsome gentleman in the two countries is hardly disgraceful. I maintain that your opinion of Mr. Lockwood is undeservedly low."