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Newbiespud 14th Jun 2018, 6:00 AM edit delete
Most times a co-DM situation isn't all about just both improvising their butts off or working in perfect harmony. Sometimes they might draw a line between them, or separate out certain groups of tasks. For instance, in my first co-DM experience (that later turned into my first full-DM-of-a-campaign experience), we worked together on planning, but in the session I handled combat and dice while my partner handled description and dialogue.


Discord 14th Jun 2018, 6:07 AM edit delete reply
Honest Applejack.
Let's see how honest you really are.
Digo Dragon 14th Jun 2018, 6:46 AM edit delete reply
Digo Dragon
I'm amused that the one constant in all Applejacks, no matter how her personality is flipped, is that she's a bad liar.
Dreok Crushedthroat 14th Jun 2018, 10:55 AM edit delete reply
I think part of it is that she's really bad at being an Element of Honesty, thus she becomes really bad at being an Element of Dishonesty when flipped.
Guest 16th Jun 2018, 6:15 AM edit delete reply
How is she a bad at bearing the Element of Honesty? She's constantly the one who points out how you should be honest with your friends.
Needling Haystacks 14th Jun 2018, 1:11 PM edit delete reply
Yeah that has shown up in at least 3 forms now, hasn't it?
Departure_Dave 14th Jun 2018, 6:55 PM edit delete reply
I've heard that Dash and Jack should've had theirs swapped- for all they claim their current mantles loudly, they embody the other one without fanfare, and to a fault.

Applejack can't NOT help her family, and Rainbow Dash can't shut up.
Guest 16th Jun 2018, 7:53 AM edit delete reply
Except, you know, Dash has no issue lying, hiding the truth and doing dishonest stuff when she thinks it's better than the alternative. Like when she lied about liking pies to a certain pink pony. Or when she acted as if she had a different personality to get the Wonderbolts to change her nickname. Or when she sabotaged a factory to keep her pet with her and then fled when it snowballed into a disaster. Or when she outright and literally advocated to Twilight to keep the Wonderbolt student in the dark about how his friend boosted his performance. Or when she didn't tell her parents she accomplished her dream.

Meanwhile, Applejack demonstrated that, moments of weakness aside, in the end she *will* be honest with herself and stick to her principles/traditions/ideas, even if that hinders her farm, hurt her friends' feelin