∗ Uncomfortable interactions between a teenager and a person of authority. Nothing actually explicit, but there's implications.
Ferox set Havenfrost, the capital of High North, on fire. Caerulea refuses to let that happen.
Two Fragments struggle to get by, stay alive, and stay together.
For October 2018, I wrote a oneshot every day. Here they all are, consolidated in order. There is a sequel in the form of Keep a Secret.
Warnings will be listed in the author's notes prior to the chapter.
∗ Passive mind control.
[Oct 3] Simsii Rhododendron sends a formal request for the Monocot cities to send ambassadors to his capital in order to attempt to end their constant warring. It does not go as planned (for the Monocots.)
Takes place in year 34,650.
∗ A lot of swearing... including some creative swears... (no real-life slurs)
∗ Characters make plenty of references to sex, but nothing occurs
∗ Extremely dialogue-heavy (not really a warning but just a heads-up)
[Oct 2] Polumesec catches up with a wayward friend, and shares some gossip.
∗ Implied child abuse. (Ch 1)
∗ Mild innuendo. (Ch 4)
On the cusp of the Cerato Confederacy invading High North for control of the southern two cities, Unicorne Ceratophyllum has invited Caerulea Nymphaea to discuss and negotiate an agreement the two rulers may feel satisfied with. Caerulea brings his son.
Takes place in year 22,024.
∗ A character gets sliced in half.
Will be updated as more parts are published.
How To Fix Your Universe (Part 2: Don't Fuck it Up)
Achole deals with the aftermath of the murder of a Gladar.
The sequel to "All Back To This".
∗ Pink and Paraiba are like, a blink away from explicit sex, but nothing actually happens.
∗ Pink displays symptoms similar to that of paranoia and aspects of OCD. I don't know if that would be triggering to anyone, but here's your warning.
Pink Tourmaline desperately needs to relax.
Stories relating to the Time Gladar as a whole. Does not include Infinity's teenagehood stories, which have their own anthology (and take place somewhere between "Everyone Wants Something" and "Mug Quest."
Ordered in vague chronological sense.
∗ The main character is sold into slavery. Yeah.
An alicorn is brought into the underground pony slave trade.
This is kind of old and I don't really have a drive to finish it, but who knows? Maybe it'll go somewhere someday.