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MLP: FiM: The Eclipse - Ch. 4The mid afternoon clouds started to break away as the Winter Moon Festival was rapidly underway. All the citizens of Ponyville and Cloudsdale were gathered in the center square of Ponyville, where a large platform ad been set up for the royal princesses, as well as serving as a temporary dance floor for those who wanted to fully enjoy the party. Such as Pinkie Pie, who was cutting a rug on the dance floor, taking a couple of ponies down with her."I'm telling ya'll, that pony eats nothing but sugar and drinks nothing but caffeine every day." Applejack said as she observed Pinkie's unique dancing.Twilight and her friends were also observing, and they couldn't help but giggle at Applejack's remark. But in the back of their minds, they couldn't blame her at all. The volunteers, who came from all over Ponyville, Cloudsdale, and even Canterlot, had done an amazing job putting together the decorations, making and preparing all the food, and doing everything else that made this party a blast
MLP: FiM: The Eclipse - Ch. 3A soft snow began to fall as Celestia's carriage descended towards her castle. She had just returned from Cloudsdale, giving an official announcement for the Winter Moon Festival; just like Luna had done in Ponyville."Don't worry, your highness," said her royal guard Ronald. "I'm sure Princess Luna had much better luck with the citizens of Ponyville." he said with enthusiasm.Celestia tried to smile at his optimism, however the situation in Cloudsdale had become quite a fiasco, resulting in a huge dispute between the citizens; it had almost become a physical fight. Celestia had been able to put a stop to the arguing before any violence broke out, however she still couldn't forget the group of ponies who had started it in the first place."Can you believe that there are still groups of ponies out there who don't believe that my sister is back for the better?" Celestia asked.Ronald sighed. "Well, to be fairly honest, Your Majesty, I may not agree with them, but it does make sense. I me