Mirrored Promise :: Prologue :: 10
Mirrored Promise :: Prologue :: 10 by Ainsley (@snowhawk)

This content is part of a serial. Read it in webcomic format here!

Yes, she curses like a sailor.

Emerald did have some training on how to, you know, eff someone up. It was more stealthy than "in your face," but you don't "convince" your "dear" mom and dad to gtfo without some way to back it up.

Also, as mentioned before, she's a small pony-sized mare. Ponies are little shits because they're closer to hell. :D


Most pages will be rated Teen, despite the pages themselves not needing that rating. This is what I'm comfortable with. I've picked the rating reasons as what's relevant for the full chapter, and other chapters will get different ratings.

This is only part 1 of the prologue. I'm saving the rest for later.


If you want to support me financially, I have support tiers on my Gumroad, with options for 1, 3, 6, and 12 month subscriptions. Gumroad~!

ALSO: If you're curious about the calendar, I have finally finished loading in a number of significant events into Fantasy Calendar. This link SHOULD start at the day the Prologue occurs. I hope. lol

BE AWARE: This is spoiler heavy. For the whole novel. If you don't want spoilers, then skip these links. There's also some implications of SA (nothing explicit), so be aware of the content.

Fantasy-Calendar :: D'Amantru Calendar ::*:: Important Calendar Dates

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Teen (LVO)
120 days and 16 hours ago
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