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'The Deadly Arcade' Chapter 2: Field Trip“So seriously, is ‘The Doctor’ like a gamertag or something?”
The Doctor didn’t seem to hear him as he pulled a silver instrument with a blue node at the tip out of his coat with his teeth before pressing a button on the side causing it to light up and emit an alien whirring sound as he waved it around the room.
“Oh, cool!” Button exclaimed hopping in placing excitedly. “Is that some kind of alien probe you won from a tournament or something?”
“It’s a Thonic Thcrewdrivuh.” He replied through clenched teeth, trying to answer the young colt’s inquiries while keeping the Screwdriver steady between his teeth.
“Wow, that’s a pretty fancy name they gave for a flashlight…” Button commented. “So where did you get it from?”
“I built it.” The Doctor replied matter-of-factly.
“Wouldn’t it just be easier to hold it with your hoof? I mean, wouldn’t that hu
'The Deadly Arcade' Chapter 1: Closing Time“Pew! Pew! Take that! Stupid Dragon!”
Button Mash was sitting on wooden stool at the Ponyville arcade known as ‘The HUB’ playing ‘Alicorn Assault’ where you played as Princess Celestia and you had to defend Equestria from attacks by Dragons, Griffons, Shadowbolts, and various other airborne threats by shooting magical horn lasers.
This was his last Bit and he was only on Level 12, sweat poured from his brow as his tongue stuck out of his mouth as he re-reached the boss for the ninth consecutive time.
Button’s mother had to grocery shopping and various other errands to run, when he remembered that he had left his Joy Boy at home-he wanted to go back to get it, but his mother refused insisting that he needed more social interaction with others if he was ever going to get anywhere in life.
He had to kill the Necro Dragon this time, it was his last chance and the fate of all Equestria rested squarely on his shoulders.
Reluctantly after begging and
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