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The Rise and Fall of the Dark Lord Sassaflash

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Wanted:  Porter, assistant, jack-of-all-trades, minion.  Applicants should be strong, loyal, pain tolerant, cold tolerant, unambitious.  Must be capable of following simple instructions.  Ideal applicant should be of low to average intelligence and mildly deformed, but exceptions will be made for extraordinary candidates, with extraordinariness to be determined by employer

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ebook, 379 pages
Published March 28th 2013 by Fimfiction

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Eric Herboso
Dec 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
In the world of My Little Pony, the Dark Lord Sassaflash is a necromancer with ambition. But to accomplish her great tasks, she needs not only her apprentice, Sweetie Belle, but also a dedicated (not too intelligent) minion who can do her bidding. But who would be willing to take on such a job?

This fanfiction take on My Little Pony has a Lovecraftian aesthetic, yet it fits in perfectly with the show's canon. The Dark Lord Sassaflash wants to take over the world, but she thinks about doing so in
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