Siren Song

by GaPJaxie

Chapter 1: Letters from the Deep

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Dear Princess Celestia,

It has been some time since I wrote you. I imagine you did not expect to ever hear from me again.

Much has changed since the last time we spoke. I have changed. I wonder—will you recognize me, next we meet? Will you recoil? Perhaps, yourself eternal, you are used to others changing around you.

You lied to me, Celestia. You called me your faithful student. You told me you would always be there for me. I’m not sure I can forgive you for that, but I understand why you did it. I know what you were trying to protect me from.

I’m rambling now. I suppose I owe you some explanation of where I have been all this time.

When I was a foal and asked you why you took me as a student, you told me that I was going to change the world, that I was destined to do great things.

You were right.


This story would have been impossible were it not for the support of the brony community and, of course, the power of friendship.

All art for the story is by Kuda, who is as gifted as he was good at keeping spoilers off his DA gallery.

My primary editor is Pav Feira, known to the bronies of FiMFiction as the Batpav. After his parents were killed by a double-space, he dedicated his life to striking fear into the cowardly writing element using his utility belt full of pony GIFs.

All chapters were prepared for publication by Pascoite, who gained his immense powers of editing from Earth's yellow sun after his parents sent him here from a distant star because he kept them up all night.

Assistance with storyboarding and character design came from Ether Echoes, best known for inventing the miniaturized Fave Reactor that transforms story likes directly into the energy that powers his super suit.

Secondary editing was provided by Warmblood and A Dragon Dreaming, whose powers involve mostly shouting "Wonder twin powers activate!" and being ambiguously incestuous.

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