My Little Swan PrincessMy Little Swan PrincessMy Little Swan Princess by gxfan537
Once a upon a time in the magical land of Equestria, there was a king named Thunderhooves who ruled a large and mighty kingdom. And yet, he was sad, for he was growing old, and had no foal to inherit the throne. A pony nurse came running to the king with a baby foal wrapped in a pink blanket. Then happily, a daughter was born...a princess. And she was given the name Fluttershy. Thunderhooves then held his daughter with love and care, and went to the balcony to show his daughter to his pony subjects who cheered with joy. Kings and queens came from all around to offer their gifts to the foal. Among them was the widow Princess Celestia, and her young son Prince Butterscotch. He looked down at the young infant filly princess, smiled, and gave her a golden necklace with a pink gem in the shape of a butterfly on it. It was then that Thunderhooves and Celestia happened upon the same idea. Butterscotch and Fluttershy would be brought together each summer in hop
Hero Of Nature Chapter 2Chapter 2Hero Of Nature Chapter 2 by gxfan537
The black horse that was spying on the guardians had returned to a dark lair. It approached its master named Pitch aka The Boogeyman, and told him about everything he heard. "So...The Man In The Moon has chosen a new guardian." Pitch asked his horse as it nodded. Pitch smirked and went to a room that contained a black crystal ball. "Crystal Ball Of Nightmares, reveal to me the next new guardian" Pitch said to the crystal ball. The crystal ball started to glow dark gold, and the dark gold clouds inside moved to both sides to reveal the new guardian. "Ah, it's Mother Nature." Pitch said with a curel smile on his face.
"Her real name is Jaden Yuki." a mysterious feminine voice said. Pitch turned around in surprise as he looked at the silhouette of a young teenaged girl hiding in the shadows. Pitch then thought of the name that he had just heard. Then he realized it was the same little girl that he used to frighten until she turned 5, and wrote him off as 'Just a bad dream'. "The