Because the guy who commissioned me wasn't completely honest with me since the beginning. He had plans to publish this thing and also pages he had commissioned to a friend of mine, without us knowing, I only knew because he happened to blab it out when I finished this page. And I explicitly tell my costumers that what I do is not to publish, it's just for personal use without profits. Plus, publicizing something that isn't even mine or his, nor the characters nor the story, would give troubles that I don't want to be a part of. That's why this was discontinued.
Any one else think Celestia is taking this a bit far? I mean the treaty is over a thousand years old, so why should the prince agree to honor it? I know if I was the ruler of some nation and some princess told me that she now ruled due to a treaty that my great X 10000 grandfather signed, I would tell her to get lost.
But this is way out of left field. Why does she care so much about a treaty that is over a thousand years old? Judging by what she says, it sounds like she is planning to go to war over it, which is just to far out of character for her.
But then Hazura Sinner maybe planning on explaining why this treaty is so important. I just hope it isn't something silly like Celestia is just honoring her mother's memory, because going to war and condemning thousands to death and suffering just to honor some dead person is pretty selfish.
Thank you! I really had to give Luna those expressions because the situation with Celestia here is in fact so bizarre. Plus, it's how I felt about these parts so I kind of transmitted that through Luna. XD Honestly I don't know, the ping pong balls aren't mentioned ever again after this.
When I first read the whole thing it got me pretty much confused with all the out of character situations and it shocked me when I read that the Cutie Mark Crusaders were killed and for no reason whatsoever. Oh well, sadly as it is I can't change anything because it's a paid work.