"Why is it that a 'dream', that which fills our reality when we escape to the recluse of sleep, to be remembered only in that brief waking moment when we forget who, what and where we are, is the same as the 'dream' that drives one to ambition and insatiability, that ideal to which we give everything to reach and have-and to which we would not settle for anything less?"
When Rarity finally finds the prince she has always dreamed of, it came in the form of a groom to a princess's wedding. That same night, one of her friends, the prince's diametrical opposite, accidentally confesses an unbridled love in the most corrupt way possible. Torn between the dangerous pursuit of what she wants and the security of being wanted, wielding 'love' and 'lust' as her weapons, what sacrifices would Rarity give–and take–from one to the other?
This is a story of a dreamy-eyed filly who looks up to princesses and princes, to castles and chivalry, to love and romance; this is a story of an insatiable lady who refuses to let dreams remain behind the darkness of closed eyes or the illusion of sleep; a story of a passionate lover torn between what she wants and what she has always wanted; of a would-be princess who forces the devil's hand to yank the plains of heaven down the surface of the earth; of a she-fox who uproots the grape tree by sheer force of her fangs; and, of a teary-eyed witch who sits upon the throne of God if, for a second–even for just a split second, it would grant the filly's wish.
The story is All About Rarity.