Intension IX: The Primary FallacyIt was dark when Twilight landed outside the modest stone building that hid the laboratory. The moon was rising over the treetops, and the last of the sun's golden rays had just faded. Stars were just beginning to dot the skies, scattered and infinite. The various creatures that roamed the night were awakening, signalling the beginning of their reign with various cries, howls, chirps and croaks. Twilight took a moment to pause and look to the sky. She had always been partial to the night, even long before she knew of Nightmare Moon and Princess Luna. It was peaceful and quiet, a nice time to sit next to an open window, studying, with the cool night breeze tussling her mane. She looked to the moon, not even trying to count the amount of times the pale glow had guided her back upstairs and down hallways to her bed.Intension IX: The Primary Fallacy by MadManInTheBox
Shaking her head to bring her thoughts back to the present, Twilight went through the door ahead, then through the hidden door inside. The staircase was dark, but Twilight was
Intension VIII: FormidilosusTwilight opened her eyes and blinked a few times. Looking out the eastern window, she noticed that the sun had barely risen, meaning it couldn't be past seven. Growling her displeasure at being awake this early after a party like last night's, she rolled over and buried her head between a pillow and Luna's neck. After a moment, she felt a wing softly drape over her back, and Luna's chest move with a sigh. Buried in the soft embrace, she was able to fall asleep again.Intension VIII: Formidilosus by MadManInTheBox
When Twilight woke up again, the angle of the shadows told Twilight that it was nearly noon. Looking around at her empty bed, Twilight stood, and went in search of her missing Princess. She found Luna in the kitchen, drinking some tea and that week's newspaper held in her telekinetic grip as she frowned at the Soduko page. Her back was to Twilight, who decided to see of she could sneak up on her lover. It something she had never managed to do, and was quite keen to achieve. Setting her hooves delicately on the wooden floor
Intension VII.5Intension VII.5 by MadManInTheBox
My Dear Luna,
We did it! The experament was a success! Oh, I wish you could have been here, it was so exciting! And it all went so smoothly, too! All our efforts have paid off in the way we would only dream about. Only one of the sensors malfunctioned, but as it was only one to regulate a few other intruments, it didn't have an effect on the outcome. The crystal's infusion was a wonderful success. We decided that it was a powerful enough artifact now that it needed a name, and so we have dubbed it the "Amaranth." Just in case you did not know, amaranth is a type of red flowering plant, one that does not wilter. It's name actually translates in an old language to "undying" and I thought it would be a nice name for our crystal, which will hopefully never fail.
After we ran some tests on the Amaranth, we were very surprised to find that it was only at a quarter of it's theoretical capacity! So, we carefully ran the process a second time, and after exhausting ourselves by po