Description: Months after the original twitchy tail adventure, Twilight writes to Celestia about just how amazing her friend Pinky Pie really is.
Pinkie Pie finds Twilight's lack of faith in the Sense disturbing.
A nice little story. It's very straightforward, and I don't have any issues with it, so all I can really say is that I like the idea.
An interesting little tale, and I hope there's more to come because I see two possible storylines coming out of this: a) Pinkie's sense winds up driving her slowly insane or b) Pinkie hones her senses down even further to superheroic levels, being able to predict more than just the local immediate future. The style of storytelling you've chosen is certainly unique, and I feel it has a lot going for it. That being said, it wouldn't be uncharacteristic for Twilight to include dialogue in her letters, and I would like to see some of that.Overall, I'd like to see where you wind up going with this. Keep up the good work, bronie!
@Anonymous Truth be told, I partially got the idea from Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's Arkham Asylum (the comic, not the game), where they suggest that The Joker's unique sanity is caused by the same condition I described for Pinky. So Pinky going Joker could be quite an interesting sequel!
@Stormy BravePlease. No Jker Pinkie Pie. We don't need anything else leading towards "murderous Pinkie Pie." You-know-what already covered that quite well...
There is strength in madness.
@AnonymousA) Throw a Boot To The Head.---Now that's done... It was a small, yet pretty interesting story, yes.I especially liked the whole ''rationalization'' of Pinky Pie's powers...It's like trying to explain magic. It's possible, definitly, but the question in that case would be : Would it be interesting to know?In this little story, it was ! ;)Also, the way it was explained by Twilight was quite fascinating ;) , with the whole range of perception and etc.
I never did like the end of that episode. Having Twilight's diligence pay off and therefore retconning the moral to a better one makes this simply amazing.
I like how much information from the show was drawn in as supporting evidence.The exclamation marks need to be reduced by about an order of magnitude.
"Dangit. Why didn't I think of that?"A cry heard more and more often around my way.I greatly enjoyed the explanation, how everything made sense and still had an element of fantasy to it.Would it be okay to crib notes from you?
Short, sweet, and well done.
THIS is so much more satisfying than the episode. The writers really need to take pointers from this.
This is much better then Twilight simply accepting it and saying 'screw scientific rigor!'