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My Little Pony: Friendship is Betrayal
Don't trust anypony!
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 9th Aug 2013, 5:33 PM
Number of comics: 202
Number of subscribers: 85
Visitors: 521365 visitors (7344803 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (25 votes)

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The happiness of everypony in Equestria is but a facade. Behind the smiling faces of the seemingly happy residents of Ponyville lies a more sinister truth. The story follows Twilight Sparkle as she seeks to de-throne Princess Celestia, her own formerly-beloved mentor, after rising suspicions of Celestia's true nature...

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Most recent comments left on My Little Pony: Friendship is Betrayal

Everglue Horace (Guest)
11 days ago
Behold the true face of evil...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EW3oHTAK9qc
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Everglue Horace (Guest)
11 days ago
It appears someone asked Silver Quill to interrogate one of the 'mane 5' in order to discover who the mole is.
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GabrielsThoughts (Guest)
11 days ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g7XORgFnZY
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Everglue Horace (Guest)
13 days ago
SOOON! I can have the title for myself as well, and I won't be using the Asylum rule of trademark infringement... it will be more like making a spiderman homecoming series, but not really.

Muwah ha ha ha ha!

First the penultimate rule of fanfcition has allowed me to adopt betrayal's Scootaloo street angel for my personal amusement therapy with Dewdee's paper dolls.

And now, the contradictory powers of a potentially psychotic god has made me Lyra's avatar of chaos permitting me to use her instrument to steal the title of this unholy abomination for my own... I think I'd rather be a Fluttershy expy. But, I guess my muse wants this tale to be written by a genuine liar.
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Guest (Guest)
20th Jun 2018
Why would he take it down and prevent me from rereading it? That seems pointless. An unfinished masterpiece is still a masterpiece.
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