Today's theme is a pony of legend. I will admit I was very, very tempted to toss some Celestia or Luna in there but I resisted. Instead we have the Grey Mare, otherwise known as Lamplight. (You can find more info about her in description of this piece valkyrie-girl.deviantart.com/a…. Note that Lamplight is much younger here than in the first piece, hence the shorter mane and lack of spectacles.) I figure that pony who's had her childhood written into a fairy tale while she's still alive could be considered pretty legendary. And any foal worth beans knows the story of the Silly Grey Filly Who Grew Too Many Horns. So despite having just been dropped unceremoniously on the ground by a giant bird, Blue has plenty of energy left to be in awe. For us it would be like looking up and suddenly finding that Red Riding Hood or Cinderella is standing right there in front of you. Crazy times.
Ah yes.. NOW I feel better.
Ooh, I remember her! This story just got a fair bit more interesting, I think. Would this mean that Blue's parents were surveying the edge of the Moorlands?
Not necessarily. Lamp did a bit lot of traveling when she was younger and this would be around that time so they may or may not be near the Old Moorlands. WE SHALL SEE.
Yay Lamplight! It's great to see an Old Moorlands character in action. Might we be seeing more of them?
ERMEGERD (flips table in excitement)
OH ! its that mare of before How cute
YES I LOVE LAMPLIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!! OH next time have the the Peryton next....if it works in the story that is...
Looks like Blue could be in for moor than she bargained for!
Pretty much nailed the anatomy.
sadly ._. i have no idea. but i guess when i had, then i would be like
YES!! LAMPLIGHT CAMEO!!!! DDDDD I love it!! X333 Blue will definitely be in good hooves!
HUZZAH! Because Lamplight is possibly the most responsible adult you can find 'round these parts.
Is that a good thing, or a bad thing?
Well when you want a small child to be well looked after I think it is.
It's awesome seeing this gal pop up again -- she's such a fascinating concept.