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15th Dec 2020, 6:00 AM in A Canterlot Wedding, Part 2
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Newbiespud 15th Dec 2020, 6:00 AM edit delete
Sometimes the dramatic demands of the stage require that other characters have delayed (and sometimes very delayed) reactions...

Another session of Shadowtrot is up! And boy howdy is it a doozy.
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Digo 15th Dec 2020, 9:22 AM edit delete reply
Delayed reactions. Putting the 'later' in collateral damage.
dziadek1990 15th Dec 2020, 11:27 AM edit delete reply
Celly, Celly, Celly... what will you do now? Aside from the stuff that happened in canon.

(Btw does anybody else have problems with posting comments? I was only capable of *replying* to another comment so far.)

( If other people will have the same problem as I do, then I guess that Digo's comment will become a whole comment thread on its own. :P )
Swest 15th Dec 2020, 11:49 AM edit delete reply
heehee I just love Celestia's face there in the last panel. :)

(and no problems posting if this goes through).
Ransom4 15th Dec 2020, 12:13 PM edit delete reply
It's such an awesome moment, honestly, she's ticked off that someone has threatened her subjects, kidnapped her adopted niece, and fooled her in front of Twilight. She's ready to step up directly in a way we truly hadn't seen in the show before. Other than the story book cutouts in the opening she'd never directly confronted a villain on screen.

*big sigh*

It does sort of seem like Celestia wanted to let Chrysalis finish her monologue there, perhaps thinking that if she's going to blab her whole plan she ought to at least hear what it is so as to act accordingly.
Ghost_Writer 15th Dec 2020, 5:14 PM edit delete reply
And then she rolled a 2 on her attack. Because the show's DM said so.
Prince Chrom 15th Dec 2020, 10:39 PM edit delete reply
Rather any attack powerful enough to work on Cryssalis would have destroyed the entire room, and everyone she was trying to protect with it.
LupisLight 15th Dec 2020, 11:22 PM edit delete reply
IIRC, the given reason for Celestia's failure in-show was that Chrysalis had apparently absorbed enough love-energy from Shining at this point that she was able to flat-out overpower Celestia. This surprised EVERYONE, including Chrysalis herself, who probably thought she was doomed when Celestia attacked.

So Celestia didn't necessarily roll low here; It's just that Chrysalis rolled a natural 20!

Ransom4 16th Dec 2020, 5:58 AM edit delete reply
I do wonder how this is going to be described in the comic. The DM ironically has the same problem as the episode. Celestia is right there but for storyline purposes can’t be the one to save the day, not completely anyway.
Eroraf 15th Dec 2020, 10:16 PM edit delete reply
I'm with Applejack. How, in Celestia's name, did nobody in all of Canterlot notice the literal swarm of ponified xenomorphs bashing their skulls against the shield?
you know that guy 16th Dec 2020, 7:16 PM edit delete reply
Maybe they did, but they didn't get to the wedding in time.
Keybounce 21st Dec 2020, 12:25 PM edit delete reply
The same way that nopony noticed Luna's absence