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So, that's the way it went. I'd wait for her in the morning, go work on the farm 'til dark, and then I'd go wait for her again until it was time to go to sleep.



It had been nearly a year by that point; only three days shy of the anniversary of Rainbow's disappearance. It seemed almost everypony, everypony 'cept for me that is, had given up on seeing her again.



I knew she wasn't gone.



I knew she wasn't dead; she couldn't be. Rainbow would never do that; she would never give up.



It was growing dark. Work had been more stressful than usual that day. Big Mac went and got himself hurt, so I had to work twice as hard without his help.



As always, I was sitting patiently in my usual spot, waiting for her.



"Just a few more hours, and I'll turn in," I thought to myself.



I could feel myself starting to nod off right there in the middle of the square when I heard a familiar voice call my name.



"Um… Applejack, do you have a moment?"



It was Twilight. She had this very concerned looked on her face. As if she had something awful to tell me.



"Yeah, Twi. Whatya wanna talk about?" I yawned.



She looked at the ground as she spoke in order to avoid looking me in the eye.



"Well… it's just I know it's been almost a year now, and I'm really worried about you."



I could tell where she was going with that line of talk.



"Please, Twilight, just let me be."



But, she wouldn't. It wasn't in her to let somepony so full of sadness such as myself go without a friend. I just wanted to be left alone, so I could wait just a little longer for Rainbow, in peace.



"Applejack, please. Doing this, waiting out here all day and night isn't good for you. We all loved Rainbow Dash, but I think we need to let her go, and move on with our lives."



I knew she didn't mean 'we,' when she said it. She meant 'me'. I was the only pony who hadn't already let go. I was the only pony even thinking about Rainbow anymore, and I wasn't about to just 'let go'. Rainbow would wait for me if I were the one missin'. I know that.



"Twi, just go."



She hung her head down in disappointment. She didn't like seeing me this way, I know, but I couldn't just forget about Rainbow. I loved her, and that's somethin' that just wouldn't go away.



Twilight turned back towards me, raising up one hoof, and opening up her mouth as if she had something else to say. She paused like that for a few seconds, until I turned my attention away from her, and back up to the stars.



"I know she's still out there," I thought to myself as Twilight made her way back to the library.



"She has to be."



The next week or so passed in just about the same fashion. The one year anniversary of Rainbow's disappearance was just the same as any other day, because I knew it would finally be the day she'd come back. Sadly, I was forced to go home empty-hoofed and alone, yet again.



"I should have given her her gift before she left. Maybe that would'a changed her mind."



I thought about it more and more. What if I had told her how I felt before I let her go? Would she have stayed?



I couldn't let myself think like that. I knew blaming myself for her absence would just make the hurt hurt more than it already did.



But, over the next few weeks, Twi's words began to stick in my head. It had been over a year. What if… what if she was really gone? What if she really wasn't going to come back?



It was the most difficult thing I've ever had to do, but for the first morning in ages… I didn't go to the square to wait for Rainbow. I focused harder on my work than I ever had in the past. All I let myself think about was buckin' apples.



Kick a tree, gather the apples, repeat.



I managed to clear almost an entire acre before the sun started to set.



It felt… wrong. I felt as though not being there for her meant I was finally giving up, that I was acknowledging she'd never come back, or even worse, that she was dead.



I… I couldn't do that. Not to her; not to Rainbow Dash.



After I had gathered the remaining baskets of apples, and stored them in the barn, I made my way towards the square as quickly as I could. As I grew nearer, I could see the silhouette of a pony in my spot.



Now, mind you it wasn't actually my spot, but ponies around here had caught on pretty quickly I preferred to wait in that exact spot, because I knew that if Rainbow ever made it back, that would be where she'd go first.



It was dark by then, so I couldn't exactly make out who the pony was. I could tell she was a mare. The shape of her mane against the moon and streetlights seemed very… familiar.



I stopped.



"Okay, Applejack, breathe," I tried to calm myself down. Could it have really been her?



From where I was standing, I couldn't tell for sure, but I tried anyway.



Nothing, just the blackened out shape of a pony as far as I could see.



I continued to study the pony. She was just standing there. She would look at the ground for a few moments, and then look around her.



It was almost as if… as if she were waiting for somepony else to show up. She was waiting for somepony, in my spot, just as I had every day for over a year.



I felt my knees go weak. My vision blurred.



"Okay, Applejack, focus."



A whirlwind of different scenarios bombarded my mind. Could it be her? Was she really back? Moreover, was she actually waiting for… me?



I couldn't keep standing there anymore. I called out her name, hoping to get some sort of acknowledgment from her.



"….Rainbow?"



The pony looked up… in my direction.



It was her; it had to be. I called her name again as loud as I could, while I galloped towards her with all my might.



"RAINBOW! RAINBOW DASH?"



I could hear her calling out my name, even though it was very faint.



"…A…J?"



I called out again. She was really there!



"RAINBOW!"



As I got closer, her features, her rainbow-colored mane, her sky blue coat, those lovely eyes… I could see each of them. I couldn't contain myself. I just kept running as hard and as fast as I could.



I didn't realize at some point I should have stopped. I crashed into Rainbow, us landing with me pinning her to the ground.



It really was her. This was it. She was really there. I didn't stop to think about it anymore.



I kissed her. Just a quick peck on the lips. I reared back, letting my eyes catch hers. She was so beautiful, so alive. All I wanted was for that moment to last forever.



I kissed her again.



And again.



I was so caught up in the moment, that I didn't realize the look of agony on Rainbow's face.



"Ow… AJ, please…."



She tried to pull her front hooves out from underneath my chest, grimacing a little when she jerked at the left one.



I jumped back away from her, instantly apologizing.



"Oh, Rainbow, I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to…"



She stopped me again, just as she had over a year ago.



"It's… it's nothing."



But, it wasn't nothing. I looked down at her leg. It was… misshapen. It looked so painful. I couldn't help but feel terrible for tackling her, when she was so very badly injured.



"This is kinda why I'm late," she joked.



She went on to explain that she'd made it nearly halfway into her journey before anything bad happened.



"And then, about five days in, I just couldn't keep my eyes open anymore."



While flying, she had fallen asleep, passed out, whatever you want to call it. She fell thousands of feet to the ground below. She busted up her leg on a rock when she hit.



"It could have been a lot worse," she explained, "I didn't tense up when I fell, because I was out. If I had, I wouldn't have had a chance."



She ended up breaking her leg in several places, but she wasn't able to do much about it, considering she had crashed in the middle of a forest. She stayed there in the forest the whole time, she says.



"It hurt. It hurt a lot. There wasn't anypony else around, so I had to fend for myself. I tried to fly out of there, but I just couldn't keep my balance in the air with only three good legs. I found a small cave, which became home for the last year as I waited for my leg to get better. I didn't know what to do about it, so I left it alone."



She raised up her leg.



"And, now it looks like this. It hurts to put any weight on it, but it's healed well enough that I can still fly around in short bursts. I can't do anything like used to."



I looked at her. I looked at her leg. She had gone through so much pain and suffering; she was still in pain. She traveled all the way home in this condition.



That's the Rainbow I knew. She would never give up.



She looked down at the ground. As I said, it was dark, but I could tell she was blushing.



"So… um… was that the gift you promised me when I left?"



I had almost forgotten how frantic I got when I saw her. I have never felt more embarrassed.



"Oh, that…"



I looked up at her, into her beautiful magenta eyes.



"Yeah."



We both smiled, avoiding eye contact.



She used what little strength she had left to limp closer to me. I could see the pain ring through her fragile frame as she neared closer.



And, there we were. Face to face. She looked at me again, quickly looking back down at the ground.



"I… I liked it a lot."



And, before I had time to react, she pressed her muzzle against mine, our lips interlocking. It may have only been a few seconds of us standing there like that, but it felt like an eternity of bliss to me.



Things did nothing but look up from that point out, depending on how you look at it. The next morning, I escorted Rainbow to the hospital. Nurse Redheart informed us Dash's leg was too badly damaged to ever be useful again. The nerves in her lower leg had been pinched between bone, which explained the constant pain she was in.



There was only one thing they were going to be able to do. They ended up needing to take Rainbow's leg. If anything was more difficult for me than waiting for her to come home every day and night for a year, it was waiting over twelve hours in the next room over of the hospital as the operation was performed.



She came out of it in great shape. I always knew she was fighter.



But, anyway, when her wound healed up, the hospital staff fitted her with a prosthetic leg. Dash complained that it was sort of uncomfortable, but couldn't stop talking about how awesome it was.



The leg was very difficult for Dash to use. That is, until good 'ol Twilight was able to cast a spell to allow Rainbow complete control over the limb. She told me she could even feel the dirt underneath the fake hoof, just as if it were the real thing.



Soon after that, Rainbow started learning to fly again. It took her a few months of rigorous training, but she was eventually able to gain back much of the skill she had before the incident.



But, that's not the best news of the story.



Rainbow Dash no longer lives in Cloudsdale. With her flying ability somewhat compromised, it wouldn't have been realistic for her to have to fly home every night. When she got out of the hospital, she moved in with me, at Sweet Apple Acres.



Now, every morning, and every night, instead of waiting hours to see the one pony I care about most to come back to me, after a long day of hard work, I get to come home to her. The pony I love.

I originally didn't want to write an ending for this story, but as more and more ponies asked for, I realized it needed to be done.

I'm so happy with how this turned out. Writing a feel-good story every now and again really is nice.

Comments and criticism, as always, are greatly appreciated.

Also, here's part I if you haven't read it yet: [link]

Thanks for reading everypony,
-Shake
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zantetsuren Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2011  Student General Artist
Is it bad that I kind of expected Dash to be a hallucination? >w>

Lol. I'm too used to stories not ending happily. xD;

Fantastic writing, I loved it all the way through. c: Definitely adding this story to my favorites, both parts~
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! You should check out my revision of the first half. I believe it's much better.
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zantetsuren Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2011  Student General Artist
I'll take a look, then. o:
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! Let me know what you think, please.
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xXFangTailXx Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This story has made my day. So *Sniff* touching... *Grabs a tissue* T_T
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks. :D
Sorry if it was /too/ sad.
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dan0147 Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2011
that ending, so wonderful... made this stallion's heart melt... so sad, but happy at the same time
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, thanks so much. I had a lot of fun with this story.
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redphienix Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
D'awww ;_;

Great work mate ;P Kept it sad until ya needed to change it, and the happiness didn't just come full force with no backfalls to it- Prosthetic leg was a great way to keep it from seeming like a ridiculously happy ending xD

Great ending ;P
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much. :D

I wish I could come up with more ideas for stories like this one, because it was a ton of fun to write.
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redphienix Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Who knows, something might hit ya ;P (I'd certainly give it a whirl readin' it ;P)

Course it can be dangerous to go about forcin' such a thing :iconfluttershyisshyplz:
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
That is true. My 'forced' stories never come out as good as the ones I just let flow.
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larrle Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Student Digital Artist
i honestly find it difficult to enjoy shipping, and fanfics in general
but this is a well done and heartwarming story
excellent :D
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much. :D
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Ayano-Nara Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2011
I read the first part, and I liked it very much. :) Even if it ended on a sad note. :(

Then I read this part, and I fell in love with it. :heart:

And with AppleDash. :love:

Wonderful story! :D
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much. :D
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Ayano-Nara Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2011
You're very welcome. :D
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Gutovi-kun Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2011  Student Digital Artist
this. was. beautiful, I feel a little bad for rainbow, but I prefer this ending, than if you'ld cut it in just part I :)
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much. That last scene where she comes back was so fun to write.
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GamalCasis Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hey, I make a fanart about this one ^^
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
You did? May I see?
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GamalCasis Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
of course ^^
Check this out ---> [link]
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AnarchisThinker Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011
I usually don't go through alot of stuff that is lesbian related, since there's a little too much of it, but...

This. Is. Beautiful... :iconrlytearplz:
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, thanks so much. :D
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RainbowCash Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
This story really got to me. I have felt this stuff before and you captured it so well. You are an amazing writer. Keep writing. :') I have never cried like this.
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, I'm so sorry if my story made you upset in any way.
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RainbowCash Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
No way, thanks! :D I feel so much better! You're an amazing writer!
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks so much. You're too kind.
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RainbowCash Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I would read your stories everyday if I could :)
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
If only I had more of them, haha.

Thank you very much.
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RainbowCash Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
ohyah! I've been meaning to ask you! Who is your favorite pony????
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm going to have to say Applejack, though Rainbow is a close second. You?
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SmudoVier Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2011
Well i'll admit it, i have never been a fan of shipping characters, with that said, I loved part one, and part two is just as fine c:
Don't stop :D
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks. :)
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Read, and understood.

Preview picture removed, thanks. :)
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StroppySeconds Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
uh...wats with fags and my little pony nowadays
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
It's a good show. 'Nuff said.

Oh, and your use of the word 'fag' is very offensive. Please, be more considerate.
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NachoTheTrekkie Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2011
That, contrarily to previous generations of the My Little Pony Franchise, this series was designed so little girls could watch it as a nice Little Talking Animals show, while their parents could watch it as a particularly non-violent LMAO sitcom.

Something I believe attracts adult males, curiously enough, is that the entire show is asexual, thus not wasting plot on sexual attractions and dedicating it to achieving objectives. Not unlike most of the Star Trek franchises, but here taken to the extreme.
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NachoTheTrekkie Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011
A little criticism?
(*) If Rainbow had fallen a few thousand feet, she would have splattered on the landscape, not ended with a broken leg. Furthermore, even if she had crashed and survived, she should have been completely dazed by her crash, and with five days flying near-blind (a proper athlete always develops tunnel vision during a trial), she wouldn't even know from which direction she had been flying from.
Options: (A) She crashed at night onto a mountain, then had a nasty fall as she rolled down. She would at least have the mountain and previous mountains to establish her bearing. (B) By the fifth night she understood that she wouldn't make it awake till morning, but she was so completely out of it that her landing was little more than a controlled crash. (C) Same as last, but including that she fell into a tree, her leg got caught on a fork and her own weight snapped her leg like a twig.
(*) Pegassi can hover, flutter, clouds-walk, levitate objects and use their wings for propulsion on-ground, not only fly, and when they hover or flutter they can do so regardless of their limbs' attitude or position. Better add a few broken ribs (maybe even minimizing the broken leg's importance), as those make a much better excuse for her remaining grounded. You may also consider adding a sea or great lake that had taken her two days or so of solid flight to cross, so she had to recover her stamina before crossing back.
(*) Rainbow Dash doesn't live in Cloudsdale, but in a little cloud mansion just inside Ponyville.

Take Care.
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
1. Actually, her dying isn't exactly a certainty. When the body is limp (this is assuming the pony body is similar enough to a humans), it can absorb a great deal of shock only sustaining minimal damage. A thousand feet is admittedly much, but it is an arguably possible height to survive. There have been people who have survived, falls from airplanes, tens of thousands of feet in the air. Moreover, it can be assumed that since she fell into a forest, she more than likely hit some trees on the way down. This could had decelerated her enough to avoid serious injury. As for not having her bearings, this is something I realized would happen. It would not have taken an entire year for Dash's leg to heal. Most of that time was spent with her trying to find her way back to Ponyville.
2. As for Rainbow not being able to fly due to her leg, it wasn't only about balance. As I said, when the bones broke, they ended up pinching a major nerve, causing a great deal of pain. This pain could have been more than enough to keep her from flying properly, as the pain would keep her from focusing on the delicate mechanics of proper flight. Rainbow Dash makes flying look very easy, yes, but there is a great deal of skill involved, I'm sure.
3. And, finally, I probably am wrong about that one. I always assumed Cloudsdale was very close to Ponyville, if not directly above it.
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NachoTheTrekkie Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
(1) There are extremely long odds against surviving any fall long enough to reach terminal velocity. ALL of the following conditions must be met:
A) Your entire body must hit the ground simultaneously, thus achieving that each part of your body absorbs its own impact rather than being compressed by another, or adding complexity to its own impact vectors due to having compressed another body part. We primates can survive such a fall face-up in a completely supine position only because out entire body can be laid flat on a table (our chests, abdomens and hips are much wider than deep, our legs stick on the same plane as the chest and abdomen, our shoulders point completely sideways and our heads and necks are stubby and non-complex), and even a face-down landing would be lethal due to the neck not hitting the ground directly, thus stretching down and breaking. Equines can't be laid flat on a table by any stretch of the imagination, thus their barrel-shaped chests and hips would implode on impact, their limbs would be ground into mush and their barrel-shaped abdomens would have extensive internal damage due to sudden deformation.
B) Whatever you land on, it must be horizontal, not too watery and able to compress fast, compress evenly and compress more than a meter. That describes little more than loose desert sand and bogs during dry season. Forest floor wouldn't meet the criteria due to being full of roots, thus not compressing evenly or fast enough. Furthermore, falling through branches before impacting the ground would be Russian Roulette, because anything significant enough to diminish your ground impact would count as sudden deceleration.
C) You need people to help you. Even if you have little in the way of real damage, you must have a contusion or a mayor commotion and will be unable to fend for yourself for goodness knows how long.
D) As you already stated, you need to loosen up, lest you absorb even more of the impact.

(2) If you could see the scars on my legs, or had my memories of being able to see light right through my right foot, you would think I waited to be rescued, then had to be med-evac'd. Truth be told, I put my belt on my mouth, cut myself out of the maguey cacti and began removing the spear-points, chewing harder on my belt whenever I pulled and could feel a little more of the serrated edges. Then I started to open again each wound and pour pure alcohol in each of them. Once I could control my breathing I picked up my bicycle, put as much of my weight as I could stomach on it and limped back to camp.
That isn't my worst accident (nothing like being sideswiped by vehicles), but it is by far the most painful. Any athlete worth their salt is capable of functioning through pain, especially if the pain doesn't involve the body areas necessary for their activity.
Furthermore, an athlete would have grit. Olympic history is full of cases where an athlete will finish a race despite grievous injury, simply because "I was sent here to run 42 kilometers to the finish line and I will not return home without having made the distance."

Take care.
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Jrakob Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
still possible though. there have been a few people who have fallen from plains and survived with a few broken limbs
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NachoTheTrekkie Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2012
Actually, there have been cases of survival without a single broken bone, but still with significant commotions or contusions.

Plains?
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Jrakob Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah I spelled it wrong. wanna fight about it? lol
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derpyhooves994 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
shut up and enjoy the story not criticize it thats just being mean and stop writing so damn much on every post!!!
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NachoTheTrekkie Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
So, lets put it into small words:

A lamer would say "Good story" if he mostly likes it and say nothing if he doesn't.

A normal critic would say "I don't like this or that" and leave it at that.

A responsible critic says what the normal critic says, but then also says why he didn't like it and how he thinks it should be improved.

A proper literary critic likes 'hard fiction', meaning that the plot devices hold water, at least within the story's universe. And no writer makes it into the big leagues (outside of trashy novels and weekender movies) unless his main plot is bulletproof and the secondary plot devices aren't visibly holey.

And only an idiot would complain that somebody writes too much, unless that somebody is actually rambling. Considering how structured my writing technique is, I do not believe I'm rambling...
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derpyhooves994 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011
you sure?
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penguinprotecter Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I just wanna start by saying thank you for being so critical of my work. A lot of what you say holds water, but at the end of the day, it's a story about ponies. It's okay if it's not 100% accurate. It's believable enough as is, and I feel writing more into how and why Rainbow Dash crashed would turn the piece into more of a physics lessen than a story.

That being said, I'm really sorry you had to be in such an awful accident. I hope you didn't sustain any permanent injury.
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NachoTheTrekkie Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
You're welcome. Just doing my part as a responsible critic.

I didn't have to be at that accident: an athlete assumes risks. I consider it a bad day.
And other than scars and not being able to run, I'm fine. Just know that the thirty-something idiot who loses the triathlon due to racewalking the running section may be me.
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