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Fan Fic / Outlaw Mares

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"Stay back! I am The Great and Powerful Trixie. If you dare come any closer, I will turn you into six and a half notes of music!"

Outlaw Mares is a trilogy by Digodragon about a down and out of luck Trixie's adventures in the lawless lands of Equestria's west. She initially sets out to confront a pony who put out a story in the newspaper about her vowing to vanquish a gang of outlaws, only to get drawn into a deeper conflict involving a secret organization bent on collecting dark artifacts for sinister purposes.


The three stories in this trilogy are:

The Outlaw Mares series provides examples of:

  • Action Girl: Cheryl is out to avenge her cousin, the late sheriff of Saddlestone, by punching ponies in the face.
  • Affably Evil: Debon Aire thinks of himself as a gentleman.
  • Ancient Conspiracy: The Horizon Walkers exist to secure powerful artifacts to use against the enemies of Equestria.
  • Badass Bookworm: Trixie (formerly the Great and Powerful) defiantly qualifies, having taken on Diamond Dogs, cultists, and evil conspiracies despite being a disgraced stage performer with a small bag of tricks limited to telekinesis and fireworks.
  • Big Bad: Debon Aire, leader of a secret society known as the Horizon Walkers.
  • Handicapped Badass: Ellie, a pegasus with a missing wing, has designed a prosthetic wing that allows her to glide short distances.
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  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: At best, Debon Aire and his Horizon Walkers are this. It turns out that some of them lack even the good intentions.
  • Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: Zeeps is a changeling that the conspiracy has been using to impersonate ponies. They abuse and starve her on a regular basis. After they leave her to die in a collapsed mine, she decides to side with Trixie.
  • Perky Female Minion: Zeeps is quite fun when she joins Trixie's team and starts working for the good guys.
  • The Western: This is a Wild West story in the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic universe. The titles of each story are a reference to various Clint Eastwood films.


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