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The war in Pundani is over, and Light has become, at long, long last, victorious over Dark. The continent may never recover from having lost two or every three beings living in it, but at least it will have the opportunity to try.

This victory comes at a cost, though, and a significant one at that. Many warriors died the name of protecting the Light, and their bodies and stories are to be shown and celebrated at this year's Grand Galloping Gala. Not least among them will be the memorial of Celestia, Sun Princess of Equestria and Gaia, who died in the final moments of the fight.

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Weather: Warm and sunny, but with a peculiar sort of silence to the air
Date: September Tenth, 5150
Current Events: The Grand Galloping Gala
Description: This biannual event was always intended to be one of celebration and delight, even if politics and stodginess did often get in the way. But this year, there is no doubt that the very nature of the Gala has been irrevocably altered. Begun by Princess Celestia after her Sister's banishment, now the Gala is being continued by Princess Luna after Celestia's death.
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 Copyright Law and You
 Posted: Feb 24 2013, 11:12 PM
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It's that time of year again! The time when the United States Government decides to try and "help" everyone out by making 80% of everything we do on the internet illegal, of course!

If you live in the US, I encourage you (by which I mean demand imperiously) to sign this official White House petition. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/stop-cas-copyright-alert-system/KjBZN4mV?utm_source=wh.gov&utm_medium=shorturl&utm_campaign=shorturl

If you fail to do so, and the law eventually passes, then I'm sorry, but for having had the audacity to participate in derivative fan work such as this very forum, you are now guilty of a felony crime punishable by a minimum of several years jail time.

So yes. It is imperative that we not allow this to continue.


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