You decide to head to the theater right now, might as well get the tickets as soon
as you can.
You arrive at the theater and find only a few ponies in line. You get in line and fiddle with your phone a bit. You have no new notifications.
The employee calls you up and you buy two tickets for you and Rumble, then add on the concert ticket for Plum. You pay and thank the mare working the kiosk before stepping away.
You look over the snacks a bit. Popcorn, tons of candies, carrot dogs, giant sodas, nachos, you name it. Problem is that Rumble would like any of these, so you don't know what he'd specifically want.
You head back out and take a seat on a bench to wait for Rumble, continuing your search of the area like before. Ponies are just now starting to get out and about. Mares heading to shop, families out to get brunch, mail ponies doing rounds and the occasional foal here and there. Most are unapproachable, like the two rich fillies that live on your street and never seem to leave each other's side, or a colt that skates by too fast for you to take much note of.
There is one colt on his own, though. He's a little more scrawny than Button
or Rumble, and he seems to be watching passerby as well. He stands still off to the side of the path with a little camera affixed to his chest. A pair of mares walk by engrossed in a conversation, and the colt begins to cross the street. They pass him as he walks, finding himself behind them and turning his camera to them. He then nonchalantly walks the rest of the way across the street and looks at the display on his camera.
You don't know who this colt is at all, it may be risky to approach him.
What do you do?
9 months ago
24 Jun 2018 01:43 CEST
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