My Little Pony: Magic is Everywhere

Friendship on Ice
A new friend tries to break the ponies apart.

While at Flying Camp, Lily Love and Spring Bounce were bested in every sport by a popular pony named Raspberry Ice. Raspberry Ice was too busy preening for her coterie of friends to notice them.

After camp was over, the girls headed over to their favorite field to play, but Raspberry Ice, who was wearing a new bracelet, met them along the way and invited them to play somewhere else. They played until it was time to go home, and there was no time left to go and visit Oak Leaf. This happened several times, until finally the girls put their hoof down and insisted that they invite Oak Leaf to play.

Raspberry Ice reluctantly agreed, and they all went to play soccer together. During the game, Raspberry Ice hurt Oak Leaf several times with the ball. Lily Love and Spring Bounce asked her to stop, and she pretended to be hurt by their accusations. Oak Leaf decided to go home early.

The next day, Pinky Pie threw a party and invited everypony in Ponyville. Mr. Chutney had been busy getting treats ready, and was glad to see the girls again. Lily Love made Oak Leaf a treehouse out of treats, but Raspberry Ice made fun of it. Soon all of Raspberry Ice’s friends were making fun of Oak Leaf for living in a tree. Lily Love insisted they stop, but Oak Leaf went home early once again.

The next day, Raspberry Ice confronted the girls and tried to cast a spell on them to make them forget about Oak Leaf. The spell worked on Lily Love for a while, but then Spring Bounce used her magic to help her remember. When the spell was broken, the bracelet around Raspberry Ice’s hoof broke, and she wandered away, confused about what she had been doing.

Mr. Chutney baked the broken bracelet inside a loaf of bread where it couldn’t harm anypony, and took it for Twilight Sparkle to study.

The Mysterious Midnight Sun
Spring Bounce and Lily Love meet a stranger in the Everfree Forest

After a long week of studying, Lily Love and Spring Bounce decided to visit their new friend, Oak Leaf. But when they arrived at her tree house on the edge of the Everfree Forest, nobody was home.

The girls first asked Mr. Chutney if he’d seen her, to no avail. Because Oak Leaf hadn’t left a note, Spring Bounce began to worry that she had fallen into the deepest hole in the world. She cast a spell to see where Oak Leaf was, but instead of a hole, she saw her wearing a cloak and walking through the forest.

Spring Bounce convinced Lily Love and Mr. Chutney to help her search the Everfree Forest. She and Lily Love flew, while Mr. Chutney enchanted his largest cauldron to fly, and they swept over the forest, looking for Oak Leaf. They didn’t find her on their first round, but just as they were about to split up again, they saw somepony in a cloak down below.

They followed the cloaked figure, who ran when they called to her. Flying ahead, the girls surrounded her while Mr. Chutney trotted up casually from behind. The pony was not Oak Leaf. She said that her name was Midnight Sun, and demanded to know why they had blocked the way. The girls said that they had simply wanted to make friends.

Midnight Sun refused to speak with them, slipping past. When the trio tried to follow her, the trees closed up around them and the forest grew dark. When they started to grow scared, they decided to sing a song, “If You’re Happy and You Know It, Clap Your Hooves”.

Soon, Oak Leaf, who had been close by, heard their singing and freed them from the tree trap, asking them to never enter the Everfree Forest without her. When they questioned her about Midnight Sun, Oak Leaf said that she lived somewhere deep in the Everfree Forest. Oak Leaf walked them home and Mr. Chutney cooked everybody dinner.

Into the Woods
Spring Bounce and Lily Love's favorite field becomes a forest.

Spring Bounce and Lily Love went to play in their favorite place, the field behind Mr. Chutney’s house. To their astonishment, the field was filled with large, spooky-looking trees. It had become part of the Everfree Forest!

The girls couldn’t figure out what had happened to their big, open field. They asked a passing dog, but he just barked at them. They tried chopping down the trees, but even when Spring Bounce used her magic, they grew back just as quickly as she could chop.

Mr. Chutney heard them, and came out to see what was going on. He was surprised by the trees as well. He tried making them come to life and asking them to leave, but only two of the trees responded.

The trio decided they would have to go into the forest to find out what had made it appear. It was very dark and spooky inside. They heard the dog from earlier howling, and thought he was a coyote. The girls tried to scare each other, but Spring Bounce went too far, scaring Lily Love away.

Spring Bounce called to Lily Love, saying she was sorry for scaring her, but it didn’t work. Mr. Chutney suggested they sing a song so that Lily Love could find them. He and Spring Bounce began to sing, and Lily Love heard their song. It made her feel better, and she came out of her hiding place.

Finally, the trio saw a light through the trees. The girls raced ahead to see what it was, and found a house inside a giant oak tree. They knocked on the door, and an Earth Pony named Oak Leaf answered it. She said she had planted the magic trees in their field because she loved trees and thought that everyone else would, too, if she just showed them what they were like.

The girls tried to convince Oak Leaf to turn the forest back into a field so they could play. At first she refused. Spring Bounce used her magic to make Oak Leaf shake and jiggle, but that just made her mad. Lily Love bounced with her while she was shaking, to make her feel happy again. Then she danced in circles with her, to show her that they were her friends.

Mr. Chutney caught up and offered to cook Oak Leaf a tasty meal – made from vegetables that needed sunshine to grow. Finally Oak Leaf agreed, and taught all of them a rhyme that would make the trees turn back into acorns.


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