RealityPublishing

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About RealityPublishing

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  • Birthday October 8

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

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    Applejack
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    Earth Pony

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    Male
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    YEEEHAWW, TEXTEX OF 'MURICA
  • Personal Motto
    "The preacher's teaching shan't go untaught" - RealityPublishing
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    Ponies, CS:GO, 3D-Modelling, Writing, and Animation

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  1. Pleasant fetal transmogrification day!

  2. Merry Birthiversary! 

  3. RealityPublishing

    Mega Thread How are you feeling

    I just beat Thunderblight Ganon in the Imagitory Realm with Three hearts in total. I feel invisible.
  4. RealityPublishing

    Will the mane 6 all become alicorns?

    *Season 7. Yeah, I just finished watching it and I see what you're saying. Still, it feels more like they're trying to fix everything that's happened in the past few seasons, therefore, I highly doubt they'd want to destroy it by making everyone an Alicorn. If anything, I'm worried now, more than ever, that Starlight will become an Alicorn. The finale ended kind of abruptly, making me more and more itchy about what Season 8 will hold. Either way, if MLP continues this path of trying to resurrect old season morals, we may be seeing a 9th and maybe a 10th season.
  5. RealityPublishing

    General What flaws does your pony OC have?

    I think my OC is a little too generic. I think he looks good, but I met someone on Pony.Town with the same exact looking OC. I guess that should've been a good sign to make some changes.
  6. RealityPublishing

    Most Awkward Moment As A Brony?

    Jumping into a CS:GO match just to find out all your teammates are haters.
  7. RealityPublishing

    The Nintendo Switch

    The Switch is a masterpiece and a true reclaiming of the old Nintendo throne (if you care or remember any of that). It has a very bright future and it has definitely won a place in my heart! I recommend it to everyone these days!
  8. RealityPublishing

    Trying a new pony art style

    Still working with it, but I like the way it looks now -Rebus
  9. RealityPublishing

    General Hey, remember Thanksgiving?

    What's that? I can't hear you over the sounds of a Skrillex rendition of Jingle Bells.
  10. RealityPublishing

    Will the mane 6 all become alicorns?

    I feel like this question was more relevant during the end of Season 4 while the Mane 6 were still saving Equestria rather than pandering to Twilight and Starlight. Since the Mane6's overall traction has kind of disappeared with the S6 Finale, for them to all become alicorns isn't really relevant anymore. In the meantime . . .
  11. Welp, I've decided to write another thing. As I believe I mentioned a while back (it's been a long time, hasn't it?), I would be writing reviews and the like for a few weeks because of all the new games and media that deserves to be bestowed the greatest honor, "My opinion". Now, I'm not exactly sure, but I doubt I've written anything in about two months. Why? I was on vacation and, if memory serves, I was too busy playing the new instant-classic, "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" on my brother's Nintendo Switch (I'm too poor to afford my own). Now, I'm not sure how regular I can post these entries, so bear with me; it's actually surprising I've even kept this blog up for so long (1 - 2 years?). Oh, and Legends of Equestria entry is coming next time so stay tuned for that The new Zelda, is not a new Zelda. It is a conglomerate of everything done RIGHT in the video game industry and shoved into a 60 dollar piece of plastic. It really is amazing how open-world companies like Bethesda have spent decades trying to master whatever it is that makes an open-world game significant; and here comes Nintendo, nailing it on the first try. I'm a crazy, suicidal person when it comes to video games. I've noticed this more and more as the years have gone by, mainly depicted by the number of times I've pushed through smokes in CS:GO and the pure and raw desire to destroy everything with the earliest items in any game (for BoTW, that would be Soup Ladle, which, in fact, I did deal the finishing blow on Ganon with). So when I discovered obtaining heart containers were completely optional after the release of "Ocarina of Time", I jumped on the chance to beat every Zelda game I could with minimal stats and, iconically, three hearts. It's a tedious task, but when you're as experienced as me, it quickly becomes a pleasurable obligation. With three hearts, I managed to beat the game in a week with all of the map uncovered, all the divine beasts, all the memories, and no Master Sword (I discovered the devil statue a week later). After the credits, I discovered the game was still only 12% complete. It's a huge game with few flaws, all of which are excusable for the sake of the game being "too cool" for measly imperfection. The divine beasts were easy, but that was only after I discovered I had done the last one first. Regardless, at face value, it's clear Breath of the Wild, was never about beating the dungeons and defeating a final boss, but it just so happens the only way to progress in the game is to clear dungeons and defeat a giant boar, so that's a thing. During my vacation in the Carolinas, a news article went out that a player had created a multiplayer mod for BoTW on an emulated copy. I hadn't been in the emulation scene for quite some time and last I heard of it, 3DS emulation was still in the works, I had no idea Wii U emulation was actually functional. So yesterday, after a month (or two, you tell me), I decided to download a copy of BoTW for PC and see if my gutsy little machine could take the next-gen title running on old hardware. The download took an hour or two, installation even longer; and what did I get for my troubles? 2.72 FPS during gameplay, 15 in menus. Time well spent; I'll be archiving it for when the time comes. In the meantime, I've gotta get back to Legends of Equestria, I've got to write an entry about it. -RealityPublishing P.s. Anyone in the Amareicas looking to form a party?
  12. [Spoilers] Hello and welcome to Edgelord Academy™ where we talk about condiluted backstories, overly emotional ideals, psychotic behaviors, and sibling rivalries. Today's topic: self-inflicting injuries. If you're reading this, it probably means you've been accepted into Edgelord Academy™ by means of mistake or tampering. We only have one rule on our establishment: To type in blood red to express our innermost emotion. Without further ado, strap on your headphones and prepare to blare TDG or anything Linkin Park for maximum p l e a s u r e. As I mentioned above, today we're talking about the Queen of ALL EDGE. The one, the only, Tempest Caramel Chip Cherry Pie Shadow. Y'know, that one mare with the broken horn. Because bones don't regrow on your face, apparently. I have a bone (ha) to pick with the people who write these backstories. While I don't really know what to expect from a well-developed backstory, something about Tempest's and Starlight's backstories prove to be really underwhelming motivation. Cutie marks take Starlight's friends, ok? What did you do for the rest of your life? Tempest breaks her face and her dreams of going to be a princess are spoiled, ok? While that's certainly a more realistic motivation when compared to Starlight Glimmer's evil plot, someone would figure she'd get over the fact her face is broken. For those who haven't read the book and don't mind spoilers for something that won't be explained in the movie (at least, I doubt in detail), let me explain why Tempest has temper. A long time ago, Tempest Shadow fell and broke her face while fighting a bear. Simple enough? The book explains they live somewhere in a village within the plains beneath Canterlot (so, around Ponyville), but my question is, didn't they have a hospital or someone who was proficient in medicine at the time? Couldn't Tempest have collected her broken horn AFTER it fell off and brought it to someone who could've fixed it? IT'S BONE; BONE GROWS BACK. While full regeneration isn't possible, I'm certain they could've bandaged it back together and let it heal after a good few months. Of course, that'd defeat the purpose of a villain, so she's gotta go venture to the desert for some odd reason and strike deals with the Storm King who, in the trailer, does not look very menacing. I managed to blow through the book in a good 40 minutes or so. It's an interesting story and it's nice to get a more complete version of a character we have yet to be introduced to. (I wish I could've read the comics instead. . .) However, the book itself seemed a bit incomplete. If you plan on reading the MLP Movie Prequel novel, read it an hour before you go to see the movie. At least then it'd make more sense and feel like a sound timeline. Seriously, the book ends the second the movie begins. It was an enjoyable read, but it seemed very empathetic and monotone throughout. It was nice to see Tempest explore some of the lower regions of Equestria and the book even introduced some new cities and towns never seen before. Other than that, I read it merely because Barnes and Nobles had it and I was interested in seeing more from the movie. I doubt the book is necessary to understand the villain. If it is, I'll let you know whenever the movie comes around. Short story even shorter, Tempest Shadow wants to be Celestia's student and become an alicorn but breaks her face and is forced to travel Equestria because she doesn't want to be embarrassed about her disability. She's also got some kind of PTSD? But it's more of an allergy to whenever somepony asks about her face (which only happens twice in the book). All you have to say is, "It broke in an accident", and no one would bother you again. Jeez, gotta make everything so dramatic, Tempest. If you want to read this book, try reading the comics instead (assuming they tell the same story). -Rebus I'm streaming a marathon of Ponies the Anthology on my rabb.it room on AUGUST 18th, 2017 at 6PM Cent, 7PM East. It's a Friday evening, so try to make it! As all Anthology movies, there's a bit of profanity that won't be censored; don't go if you're offended by f-bombs or whatever Anthology Team presents. https://www.rabb.it/Visualboy011 Either way, thanks for reading and I'll be back with more eekwestreea grills tomorrow or the following afternoon.
  13. i sopell gud. Well, I'm officially back from my month-long vacation. Not a lot happened, but I've got a few topics I've thought of while gone; sorry for the spontaneous disappearance. Regardless, today is my first day back into my own bed. My laptop has been freezing without my endless CS:GO overclock (now back at it!). Now, if there are a few things I'm really looking forward in the upcoming week, it's definitely gotta be the new, second half of the MLP season (which has, surprisingly, not been leaked), 4everfreebrony's new album, and the official launch of Legends of Equestria, ALL ON THE SAME DAY, August 19th, 2017. Seriously, this Saturday is going to be the best in pony (let me know if I forgot anything). However, one thing that had slipped my mind were the Equestria Girls: Summer Shorts released a while back in Russian (or was it Spanish?). Unfortunately, my Russian speech is limited to a childish comprehension of their alphabet, no way am I going to be able to decipher that. I did hear there was a youtube who did the first reaction to the shorts and his copies were in English. I wonder if he's a Dedsec member. . . One thing I will say before I start, is that the next few entries (including this one) are going to be more of reviews. I'll probably throw in a story in-between to add a bit more interest, but for now (considering my vacation resulted in me sitting on a coach for a month playing BoTW and Black Ops: Zombies) I'll be sticking with what I have. I have a love-hate relationship with the Equestria Girls spin-off series. On one hand, they're fun and still somewhat related to pony. The characters still have some kind of relationship with their pony-counterparts and it's something to pass the time during the 5 month hiatuses we all seem to be getting. On the other hand, however, their recent movies, in my opinion, have been abysmal. Friendship Games was okay, but it felt too much like the first movie and please, I beg of you, don't get me started on Legends of Everfree. Something about it really didn't click with me and the ending was awful. The last thing we need in EQG is MORE SUPERPOWERS, trust me on that. I digress, but only because I blame most of these catastrophes on the writer, Josh Haber (even if he didn't write LoEF, Season 6 was his fault, sorry, Josh). I'm going to split this review into three parts because I need more entries. Just an fyi, k thx bye --- The Equestria Girls Summer Shirts [2017] are a collection of 3 episode-sized animations created to break the ice while Hasbro counts money and makes another EQG Abomination to surpass the last. All three of these episodes feature Sunset Glimmer and her band of cronies finding new ways to infect the earth with their new strain of immortally impenetrable friendship. The first episode starts off with everyone's favorite, but not quite famous yet, Femband washing cars so Twilight can afford an extra dose of VRAM for use with her Bitcoin mining project. However, as it turns out, Twilight's motherboard isn't able handle the new GPU so she asks Rarity to fork over an extra 10,000 dollars for a completely new system. "Rarity_give_me_your_money_now," She says. Rarity is reluctant toward doing so, but caves in as she realizes her superpowers are completely useless when compared to the alihuman telekinesis. "Good_I_don't_want_to_resort_to_dogecoin_again_those_are_worthless." After Rarity's consultation with her greedy fiends, Rarity finds herself wandering the empty corridors of the local mall like any good teenager with nothing to do on their spare time but Snapchat and drink Mountain Dew or Monster while still trying to make skinny jeans look good (it's not possible). However, while window shopping, Rarity discovers the wonders of "modern fashion" and realizes that she's going to have to ditch the fancy skinny jeans and wear something shiny; i.e., she found a dress in a store and declared to the entire establishment that as Celestia is her witness (the principal?), she would don that outfit. The only problem was that the gown cost exactly the same amount as Twilight's GPU, what a coincidence. Rarity then tries to meet up with her friends at the high school (because going home is for nerds!) and does her best to bargain with Twilight under terms that, "it would be a most profitable endeavor". "Rarity_what_makes_this_"endeavor"_profitable.jpg?" That's the part when Rarity says the word, "Dresses" and everyone caves in because Piemations did a funny (if anyone remembers). So Rarity, with her money, goes to the store and buys the dress, realizing that she had just blown all of Twilight's money. However! Hope is not lost as she remembers COMPUTERS exist in Not-Equestria! So Rarity goes to the library and makes a youtube video of her dancing to Redbone. That was the lesson of the episode. If you wanted a real lesson that wasn't a rehash of the same thing, you should've watched "Rarity Takes Manehattan" (Season 4, Episode 8). -RePub Just a little side-note, I'm doing a full marathon stream of Ponies the Anthology, including all 6 "films" on August 18th @ 6PM Cent, 7PM East. Hope to see you there! Link to my room down below: https://www.rabb.it/Visualboy011 I hear it can be accessed on mobile, but I would recommend being on a computer just in case ;P