The Day Pinkie Pie Blew Up The WorldOne bright and sunny day, Pinkie Pie blew up the world.The Day Pinkie Pie Blew Up The World by UnholyOnslaught
She didn't mean to, of course. The pink pony had only been practicing her aim with the brand new Party Cannon that her friends had gotten her for her birthday. Pinkie was delighted with the gift. It was much more powerful than her older one, and could shoot three times the amount of confetti than the previous model could. Three times more! But not only could it be loaded with a greater number of various and colorful party favors, it could also fire those items farther, decorating parties from all the way across Ponyville - she was having Applejack help build a mount on top of Sugar Cube Corner for just that purpose.
Having tested it out on many different trees, houses, and cafes (much to the chagrin of Waste Management), Pinkie finally decided to find out if she could decorate clouds with the device. It had always been a bit of a dream for her, to fill clouds with confetti and glitter so that it would rain joy down on delighted pa
To the Letter“It will follow your orders to the letter”To the Letter by UnholyOnslaught
These words that started the incident that turned out to be one of the biggest scandals in Princess Celestia’s millennia long reign.
The specific object in question was actually a robot, a side project her new apprentice and potential heir to the throne (something only her Royal Highness was aware of) Twilight Sparkle created in her spare time to make the Princesses royal duties easier.
It was a bipedal specimen, 6 feet tall and covered in metal plates that hid and protected the inner workings. It had two arms that lead down into hands with 5 digits, and opposable thumbs. It was unable to speak, but could understand any commands it was given, and had quite remarkable hearing
Celestia was quite pleased with the Robot. It followed orders quickly and efficiently. For weeks she used it to do the little things she didn't have time to do herself, refill inkwells, fetch books, deliver messages, etc.
This all changed, however,