Pony PortalTwilight Sparkle and Spike -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/Twilight-Sparkle-and-Spike-Icons-271414541Pony Portal by DemonPanther
Apple Family -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/Applejack-and-Family-Icons-271413581
Pinkie Pie -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/Pinkie-Pie-Icons-271412783
Rainbow Dash -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/Rainbow-Dash-Icons-271411686
Rarity -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/Rarity-Icons-271414947
Fluttershy -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/Fluttershy-Icons-271413804
Mane Six -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/Assorted-Mane-Six-icons-271416482
The Cutie Mark Crusaders -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/Cutie-Mark-Crusaders-Icons-271417902
The Princesses -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/The-Princesses-Icons-278645242
The Great and Powerful Trixie -> http://demonpanther.deviantart.com/journal/The-Great-and-Powerful-Trixie-Icons-275611065
Background and Secondary -> http://demonpanth
Creating a New WorldCreating a New World by MissLunaRose
Please copy and paste this into a Word document or deviation. Then highlight the information after the colons and type over it.
Time/Era: Exact year or approximate time
Name of Country: For fun, you could alter the name of an old country to amuse more educated readers. For example, I altered the Assyrian Empire's name for a conquering people to evoke images of brutality and Mesopotamia.
Geography: Keep track of all the places you mention and their approximate locations. I find it handy to draw a rough map of the area.
Landscape: Trees, soil, water, buildings... Imagine you were flying over the place in an airplane. What would you see down below? (And no, you can't write "screaming people who have never seen airplanes before and think the apocalypse has come.")
Housing: How big are the houses that the people live in, and what are they made of? If they're members of a migrant tribe, what do they use for shelter, and how do they
I Have Writer's Block!Don't panic. Don't bang your head against the wall. (All you get is a headache... trust me on that.) Writer's block requires a thoughtful, logical approach, so hating yourself will go nowhere.I Have Writer's Block! by MissLunaRose
The first thing we tend to do when we have writer's block is to leave the book. We close the file or notebook and say we'll get to it later. Well, sometimes that works, but sometimes we still haven't touched it a week later. Or a month later. At that point things get a little worrisome. That's why I've compiled this list.
1. Try taking a walk or bike ride. Sometimes you just need the time to yourself. I know you've probably heard this before, but that's because it works. Let your mind drift to your characters, and an idea may arrive.
2. Think about your book before you go to sleep. Sometimes you dream about it, which can provide ideas. Sometimes you figure out the answer to your writer's block before you fall asleep. (If you're like me, you'll grab the nearest Post-it, scribble down your ideas, a
Current Residence: Under God|
Favorite Genre of Music: Progressive Metal, Symphonic Metal, Power Metal, Classical, Dubstep
Favorite Style of Art: Music
Operating System: Windows 7
MP3 Player of Choice: iPod Touch 4th Generation
Shell of Choice: Lace Murex
Wallpaper of Choice: Ponies
Skin of choice: Furry
Favorite Cartoon Character: Light Yagami, L, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Octavia
Personal Quote: "Kadon lu'obi ai ni za z'obikra ai."
Catchphrase: "Like a fox."
Favorite Actor: None chosen
Favorite Country: Finland, Verdok, Equestria
Favorite Animal: Raccoon, Jackrabbit, Weasel, Red Fox
Favorite Number: 21
Favorite Song: I AM by Theocracy, The Gift of Music by Theocracy, and Reign of Terror by Rhapsody of Fire
Theme Song: Here I Go Again - Whitesnake
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