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Anonymous1: There should be something where a mare is brutally mutilated while giving birth to a pointy babeh
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Rook1984: Oh man. I never thought about how a unicorn's horn would impact child birth.
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Anonymous2: Sadbox?

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deathproofpony: @Rook1984:
I think there's been a couple of stories that explored that.
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Rook1984: @deathproofpony: Really? I don't remember any. Can you think of some of the authors who did those stories?

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taufan99: Bloody. 10/10
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Anonymous3: Unless this was some sort of genetic fluke, aren't horns supposed to be fairly dull and harmless given the whole "child's-living-toy" origin?

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jein1234: @Anonymous: Funbox.

@Anonymous: My thoughts exactly, so it's very likely a deformity of sorts, kinda like overgrown wings on Pegasi.

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jein1234: Also impending infection, necrosis and death. All part of your daily breakfast!
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Anonymous4: @Anonymous: Given the whole "child's living toy" origin, fluffy genetics and behaviour make no sense at all. Most of the time it's explained away by establishing that they toys were unfinished or failed, which would also explain something like this.
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Anonymous5: @Anonymous: And I think horns are supposed to be nothing but a lump of soft cheratine when unicorn foals are newborn.
Let's say that exceptions may happen.
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Anonymous6(4): @Anonymous: There are stories where fluffies are able to kill each other with their horns; adult fluffies, admittedly, but that doesn't preclude the possibility of a mutation in the womb causing an excessively well-developed horn.
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CaptainD: Yeah, I'm gonna have to agree and say that that the horn accidentally developed and became big and sharp inside the mother instead of doing so after birth. Accidents happen.
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Anonymous7: Even if the mare survives the blood loss, she is probably going to die from wound being infected from her urine and feces.

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Artist_Santanon: @Rook1984: Most stories that deal with giving birth to unicorns have the foals with only a small dull nub. The horn starts to grow larger as it grows older.

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deathproofpony: @Rook1984: I know I've written one but I'll be damned if I can find it. Basically the mare had a unicorn whose horn tore her uterus and she was fixed so she couldn't have any more. I don't remember more, but I don't have time to sift through 400 stories to get to it.

Here's one by PhantomFluffy where he mentions it in passing. (warning: has non-fluffy animal torture)

http://www.fluffybooru.org/post/view/5832

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Anonifluff: So, if that mare has any more foals on the way, they are probably going to tear her up more. Meanwhile, for being a "munsta babbeh" and hurting her, the mare will crush the unicorn, and possibly the rest of them. Then she'll get an infection and/or bleed out.

And nothing of value was lost!

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ThreeRoadsDiverged: I notice some scaredy poopies are on their way. My prediction: The foal gets buried alive, with its siblings landing close enough to the poopie pile to develop health problems early on. Meanwhile, an exposed wound means the mare gets a nasty infection. For their sakes, I hope they're domestic fluffies, because the alternative is a death sentence.

@Anonymous: Sadbox.

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Megatron: Small price to pay for the best kind of foals.
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Anonymous8: @Anonymous: I just like to think that it's siblings, realizing it'll likely become a smarty, tried to kill it in utero, and broke the horn, giving it a sharp edge.

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Dildofarmer: You know, fluffies dying due to birth complications seem pretty rare.
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Anonymous9: They are broken by all, including their own foals

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Jman: horns do not grow in on animals until later in life, and one that are born with horns or sharp objects are soft on birth. For relative subjects see rhinos and or porcupines for such information. Even if this is glorious abuse.
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Anonymous10(4): @Jman: Animals don't develop the brains and vocal equipment to speak in a permanent baby-lisp either
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Anonymous11: nicely done sir.

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EnfEnfEnfq: @Rook1984: The only stories I've read where foal horns are mentioned, they're little hard nubs that don't grow out for a few weeks (like manes and tails).

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ThreeRoadsDiverged: @Jman: Yeah, but these are fluffy ponies we're talking about. Who knows how their biology works.
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cottony: @Anonymous: Who says that horn isn't?
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Anonymous12: I think that the horn would be soft, smooth and disgusting on the first days

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Giant_Neckbeard: Always assumed the horns to be not only tiny, but mostly cartilage for safety reasons from Has-Bio (think the bridge/point of your nose. Also, ironically, most of what a Shark's 'skeleton' is.) when they are first born, and as they get older, the cartilage hardens to form a 'horn'.

Still fragile, but firm enough to be called a 'horn'. Doesn't tear up the mother on the way out and can't be an eye-risk to potential playmates at that age when nobody's got co-ordination worth a fuck.
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toran: Since they're bad at everything, fluffies would be bad at childbirth as well. Every year, hundreds of thousands of mummehs die with half born babies wedged in their vaginas.
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DeadFluffyStorage: @Giant_Neckbeard: holy shit! You collaborated immensely on the Spaghetti Land / Fall of Cleveland series!! You fucking owe me a thousand sides for each story at each interval you wrote. We're you the one who wrote about Bowser herd or Natasha Googaluv or Isaac and Marigold or Marshall Conagher? God I couldn't believe how amazing that sequence of stories is. It became a piece of me. Once it was finished and each of the stories put in chronological order, I read and read for literally DAYS. I actually couldn't sleep because I was so transfixed by the interweaving of each author's stories, but IIRC, you always wrote the longest and most complex storylines and the longest stories too. I love you, no hetero. Had no idea you or anyone else from back then was still lurking. You know if Mayclore, Philsrobeign or anyone else who contributed is still active at all?