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Creator / Jennifer Diane Reitz

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Author of the Science Fiction webcomic trilogy consisting of:

More recently, she has been active on Fimfiction.Net, writing a massive amount of The Conversion Bureau stories under the pen name Chatoyance, which formed her own “Chatoverse”. Some of them have nothing to do with My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic; some are in line with the show itself; and still others are self-admitted In Name Only stories where the pony background is not as important as the science fiction themes. Her works caused a lot of strong reactions, both positive and negative.

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Reitz also designed and illustrated the 1991 puzzle video game Boppin'.

Most of her works are available at her site Jenniverse.com, while her My Little Pony fanfiction is available on FIMFiction.net.


Tropes common to JDR’s work:

  • Alien Geometries: Different in each universe.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Much of the controversy around JDR comes from her being very plainly mentally disturbed, and making this very clear in her work. Despite presumably being human herself, she writes her pony stories from the perspective that humans deserve genocide and that cartoon ponies are a Superior Species, for the most recent and noteworthy example of this creeping into her work.
  • Anvilicious: JDR sees her work as being primarily didactic in nature, and absolutely will not let you forget it. This, coupled with her views being... bizarre, makes for a strange reading experience with regards to any of her work.
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  • Author Appeal: LGBT characters and themes, polyamorous relationships, transhumanism, universes with Alien Geometries and fictional physics
  • Bizarrchitecture: Also different in each universe.
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  • The Multiverse: A very complex and varied one in her webcomics.
  • One-Book Author: She wrote a lot of comics and stories but released only one video game, Boppin', under the moniker “Accursed Toys”. It’s a fairly original puzzle game whose backstory contains all her usual Author Appeal.
  • The Right of a Superior Species: Used in her Conversion Bureau to justify what is essentially a genocidal campaign. She firmly believes that a superior species is permitted to perform otherwise evil actions without moral repercussion out of its inherent superiority.
    In my stories superior beings - truly superior beings - can do things that if a lesser being, like a human, were to do, it would indeed be evil.
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