Book 8-15

Book 8-15


16 thoughts on “Book 8-15”

  1. HobbesTCat says:

    The T.R.E.E. or Harmoney! This is getting interesting.

    1. Mark says:

      And the smiling orange apple, is somewhat creepy.

  2. no one says:

    Yayyyy ๐Ÿ™‚ le treee

  3. Yet_Pone_More_Idiot says:

    Wow, the T.R.E.E. of Harmoney has really grown since last we saw it! And it seems to have started growing it’s first element too – Honesty, by the looks of it! ๐Ÿ™‚
    I wonder if there’s going to be any significance to the order in which the elements will grow on the T.R.E.E.?

    And yes Professor – lots and LOTS of soundproofing will be needed between the two houses! For everypony’s sake! ;D

    1. ThePiratePeter says:

      I don’t think that is an element, it more probably is the fruit from which the “cristal seed” that Star Swirl planted comes from.

      1. Yet_Pone_More_Idiot says:

        Ahh, so you think that the Tree of Harmony in FiM grew from the seed of the T.R.E.E we see here? I was assuming they’re one and the same tree. ๐Ÿ™‚

        1. Shieltar says:

          That is indeed the intended inference.
          Incidentally, the flower that fruit comes from first appears when magic from Grace Harmoney is fed through the T.R.E.E.

          1. Arn says:

            Heh, heh.
            Someone has been reading the Silmarillion by JRR Tolkien. Two Trees of Valinor…one for…well that would be spoiling…it is a good read and a credit you think along the same lines like such a scholar,what else could be done?
            Thinking in tandem, much like the author of Guliver by Swift and La Planรจte des singes by Pierre Boulle.
            Who knows, maybe the fruit will grow up fast, be frends with the other tree growing there….I have said enough…

  4. Arn says:

    Do think The Prophesor will use clasical 3D additive construction?
    Looks like he’s already borrowing from antiquity, perhaps a tribute to Edison and his structures.

  5. BenRG says:

    Welcome to the Castle of the Royal Pony Sisters.

    1. Arn says:

      How did the tree get in an underground…no…cave…no grotto?

      1. Yet_Pone_More_Idiot says:

        Ground levels can rise and fall over long periods of time – or perhaps the earth under the T.R.E.E. subsides and it falls down into a cavern at some point in the future?

        1. Arn says:

          The pillars find the seed.

          1. Alan says:

            Ah, perhaps the prof. winds up as star swirl?

  6. Borg says:

    Such a European attitude, Grace. In plenty of cultures it’s customary to have three or more generations of a family living together (although I think in most cases it’s customary to live with the husband’s parents).

    1. MOW says:

      European? More like urban. It’s still pretty common in rural areas.

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