Icebreeze trotted up to Wingsong next. ”What did Mapleroot find out about Sunmist?” ”I broke her wing! I cant believe I broke a filly’s wing.“ Wingsong cried, tears welling up into her eyes again. Icebreeze laid his wing on her shoulder. ”Hey, its okay. I’m sure she will forgive you.” Wingsong shook her head. Icebreeze nudged her neck with his muzzle, and looped into the grove. Wingsong watched him leave. Her mind was racing. ’I need to go see Ashblaze. Now.’ Wingsong thought. She started to gallop away from the trees and out onto the open prairie. With a new burst of energy, the filly galloped through the lush grasses towards the herd’s eastern border. Suddenly she heard wing beats behind her. ”Wingsong! Stop!” Immediately Wingsong braked and skid across the grass. Someone landed behind her. ”Where are you going?” Wingsong perked her ears and looked behind her. ”Stormwind? What are you doing?” ”I was following you! What are you doing?” Wingsong looked at his hooves. ”I was.. uh..” Stormwind perked his ears. ”Are you going to see Ashblaze without me? Icebreeze said I had to go with you.” ”I know, but I figured you didnt want to see me after what I did to your sister..” Wingsong’s voice started to fade off, and she looked up and the full moon and bright stars. ”Why wouldnt I want to see you? I know you didnt mean to hurt Sunmist like that.” Wingsong perked her ears and looked at him. ”Really??” ”Yes really, she kinda deserved it.” Wingsong huffed. ”She didnt deserve a broken wing. She’s a dud now, because of me.” Stormwind walked up next to her and flicked his tail at her. ”Maybe, but it’ll all be okay when we get back. Now c’mon, I’ll walk with you.” Wingsong nodded and turned around. ”Not back to the herd! We’re going to see Ashblaze and get you your wings, arent we?” Wingsong blushed. ”Oh, right.” She turned back to the colt and broke into a trot. The two were on there way.
Moon always knew she was different from the other pegasi in the herd, everyone either adored her, or despised her, and yet, she was only a weanling; this was because of her pure white body, her hooves were white her wings were white, and her eyes, were a startling sky blue. Moon was unlike the black foals that came every hundred years, but she, she was the white foal, that came about every thousand years or more, so as far as she knew, no legends about the white foals existed. Moon sighed and trotted up to her best friend Lightheart. Lightheart lifted her head from grazing and nickered a greeting at Moon, “How’s it going?” she asked in her normally cheerful voice. “The usual,” Moon sighed, “Just trying to avoid some pegasi,” Lightheart nodded with understanding. Moon looked up at the sky, her eyes scanned the sky, there, a small bright blue star, dimmer than the sun but it was still bright. Moon looked back at Lightheart, “So, the migration is coming soon?” Moon asked. Lightheart nodded, “As soon as the rest of the foals are weaned, so in about a weeks’ time,” Moon nodded. She nudged her wing against Lightheart’s “I’m going to go get some rest,” Moon nickered. Moon trotted over to a tree and laid down, she stretched her neck out and sighed, she hoped for a dreamless sleep, but ever since she was born, she had recurring nightmares every time she fell asleep. Moons eyes slowly closed, and the dream overtook her. Moon stood in a pure white meadow, overlooking a valley, she shuddered knowing what happened next, a stallion, solid black, except for his mane, tail and hooves, those were pure white. The stallion reared in the air, and suddenly pegasi were in the meadow cowering beneath the stallion. The stallion reared in the air, smoke coming from his hide, he landed in the meadow, and it engulfed with flames, burning up every plant and all the pegasi. Moon tried to look away but she couldn’t, her body was statue still. The stallion looked up at Moon, “Your herd will be next,” he snarled. The dream faded away after those words (WoW first fan fiction I have ever written.)