Eventually [Celestia's] cries subsided, although her sadness did not, and sleep claimed her weary body. She would be awakened hours later by her mental clock, alerting her that she needed to raise the sun. She felt a horrible pang of sadness as she reached out with her magic and lowered her sister's moon. Then, after her heavenly body graced the skies, she caught a glance of herself in the mirror. She viewed herself yet again. The signs of fatigue and sorrow still showed.
But her mane had changed again. It and her tail now hung limply, long and straight like a piece of fabric that had been attached to her. They did not sway in any unseen wind. And they were grey. Completely grey. There were no blues, greens, purples, and no pinks. Not even faded colours remained. Her mane and tail were grey.
Fresh tears welled in her eyes.
- The Death of Princess Luna
(chapter 1). The Death of Princess Luna
is a story written by GigaBowser
Celestia, I love drawing you, but your crown is a pain in the flank.
Due to personal circumstances, I found this story quite moving. Not enough to actually cause me to do anything to resolve my situation. But still enough to affect me.The Princess Celestia character and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic are the property of Lauren Faust and/or Hasbro and/or others.