Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
About Digital Art / Hobbyist Sebastian WolfAustralia Recent Activity
Deviant for 6 Years
Needs Core Membership
Statistics 144 Deviations 889 Comments 45,192 Pageviews

Newest Deviations

I Wish I Wasn't In Dixie
In this timeline, Special Order 191 was not dropped, and thus never fell into Union hands. However, while this did somewhat strengthen the CSA’s position and denied the Union some valuable intelligence, the Confederacy failed to make significant use of their opportunities thus presented (not helped by the fact that the Union still held significant advantages), and the whole thing devolved into a bloody mess with victories and losses on both sides that nevertheless continued until 1865. The Democrats, having been elected after Lincoln was voted out one year prior, had attempted to finally do what he and his generals had failed to do and crush the nascent CSA, but after mixed results, military bungling on both sides and an increasingly hostile public sick of the slow progress, they decided that trying to reconquer and reintegrate the remaining Confederate territory would be too costly and finally sat down for negotiation.
However, while the CSA had achieved a chance for basic indep
:iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 11 1
Flag of the Apple Corps by CyberPhoenix001 Flag of the Apple Corps :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 7 0
Mature content
Tales from the Grey Skies: The Urban Abyss :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 3 0
Tales from the Grey Skies: The Uncanny Valley
“Ladies and gentlemen, your attention please. We will be arriving at our destination in approximately ten minutes. Please gather all your personal belongings and prepare to exit the vessel.”
And not a moment too soon, thought Harry as he picked up the luggage already stacked on the floor of his cabin in preparation. He was not keen to spend a single minute on this flying heap than he had too. Looking around the room, he was outraged that airlines had the nerve to even allow such an accommodation (one that, in his opinion, wouldn’t seem out of place in a submarine) to even exist on a flight of any sort. Just the cherry on top of the sundae that was the worst vacation ever, he grumbled inwardly.
Lugging his bags out into the austere grey corridor, he could see that quite a few passengers had had the same idea. Numerous men, women and children filled the space in front of him as they shuffled forward awkwardly towards the exit, ready to disembark. Al
:iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 2 0
Flag of Animatica by CyberPhoenix001 Flag of Animatica :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 3 0 Ghost Dimension Flag by CyberPhoenix001 Ghost Dimension Flag :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 5 5 SillyHunterBoyHK's Flag by CyberPhoenix001 SillyHunterBoyHK's Flag :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 6 1
A Letter from a Star Cross'd World
Progress Report No. 1
Well, this is B.V., reporting in from World 3A2A3A, and this is an odd one to say the least. It's definitely a particularly alien world, or, at the very least, one of the more alien I've personally encountered in my travels, but that's one of the benefits of being in this job; you get to see new places and meet new people, even if they are from a different Earth altogether. I'm still trying to comprehend how I feel about these people that I've come across, or even about the knowledge itself; that we are merely one of countless timelines diverging off one another. Kind of makes one question one's place in the bigger picture of things.
Sorry, I'm getting sidetracked; back to the report. This world, in stark contrast to ours and many others, is wholly dominated by two colossal empires stretching across the Earth. However, they are almost completely at peace with one another, almost in a “united” status. I suppose the closest OTL analogue would be Sorzem i
:iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 6 3
A Place Calling Itself Rome
In this timeline, much like in the famous timeline Decades of Darkness, the New England states of the US secede in the early 19th century. Later down the line, however, the New Englanders managed to top them again in an attempt by the US to recapture their lost territories, managing to dislodge and absorb a number of other states from the US instead, dealing a massive blow and turning the two nations into bitter enemies who consistently failed to reconcile for another century and a half.
That is to say, until they both wiped each other off the face of the Earth. Yep, this is a bit of a grim one.
The main powers of this world are Italy, Russia, China and L’Estado Amarillo, a predominantly Latin American union that also has some territory in Africa and Oceania. None are democratic; it is a particularly repressive world with a paranoid political climate. To this world’s denizens, the majority of them would say that the question of “freedom versus security
:iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 11 6
Warner Knights Flag by CyberPhoenix001 Warner Knights Flag :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 7 4 Superhero OC - Ursa Magna by CyberPhoenix001 Superhero OC - Ursa Magna :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 13 3
From One Moon To Another
In this world, Islam rolled a considerably larger number of sixes early on, and, for the most part, just kept on rolling them. The House of Tariq has had its ups and down, but the outcome of the last great war has firmly cemented the Tariqid Empire as the de facto Master of Earth.
Stretching from *Paraguay to *Vladivostok, encompassing the near-entirety of Africa and controlling almost all of Central Europe through to the Low Countries, and with allies in India, Novgorod, Japan and the Chimu Empire, the Universal Caliphate stands supreme upon the world stage, a juggernaut of military, political and economic might. At the centre of it all is the fabled city of Istanbul, a mammoth monument to the achievement and ingenuity of humankind; a sprawling cityscape dedicated to the romantic ideals of Islamic history.
Presiding over it all is the Universal Caliph, a democratically elected representative who serves as the Executive Branch of the Tariqid Government as well as the de jure<
:iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 8 4
Mature content
This Ain't Alternate History: A XXX Parody :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 7 7
Flag of Deathtopia by CyberPhoenix001 Flag of Deathtopia :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 6 2
Into the Glorious Expanse Above
The year was 2010, and Earth had just made its first contact with alien intelligence. No one could have anticipated such an event, nor the way it played out, because if you had told someone with no initial knowledge of how it all went down, they would have immediately called you a liar.
What happened? Suffice it to say that a flying saucer crashed down in an isolated space in the State of Maryland, with the beings emerging from it resembling, no joke, little green men in ridiculous silvery outfits and antennae on their oversized heads. Already with First Contact on unshakably tenuous footing in the dignity department, it all came crashing down with the first words out of the alien commander’s mouth to the humans it encountered in the first ever communication between humans and aliens:
“Take us to your leader.”
And with those five deadly words, never before uttered with any hint of sincerity, humanity’s chance at a glorious and history-making meeting was rendered
:iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 13 13
Flag of the Cyberpunk Dimension by CyberPhoenix001 Flag of the Cyberpunk Dimension :iconcyberphoenix001:CyberPhoenix001 5 2

Random Favourites

Harmonious by Ambunny Harmonious :iconambunny:Ambunny 456 39 Sketch - King Sombra by SpainFischer Sketch - King Sombra :iconspainfischer:SpainFischer 777 27 Sketch - Rainbow Umbrella by SpainFischer Sketch - Rainbow Umbrella :iconspainfischer:SpainFischer 1,810 67 Celestial Flare by Spectty Celestial Flare :iconspectty:Spectty 397 19 Derpy Muffin Finished by artwork-tee Derpy Muffin Finished :iconartwork-tee:artwork-tee 638 30 Sketch - Princess Celestia by SpainFischer Sketch - Princess Celestia :iconspainfischer:SpainFischer 1,311 59 Eskimo Kisses by Evehly Eskimo Kisses :iconevehly:Evehly 525 14 Nightmare's Shadow by Raikoh-illust Nightmare's Shadow :iconraikoh-illust:Raikoh-illust 457 15 Messy Mane Fluttershy by CTB-36 Messy Mane Fluttershy :iconctb-36:CTB-36 935 53 The Cute Thing, I Kissees It. by Zabchan The Cute Thing, I Kissees It. :iconzabchan:Zabchan 308 30 The last (evil) unicorn by Nightshroud The last (evil) unicorn :iconnightshroud:Nightshroud 74 13 Twilight by Santagiera Twilight :iconsantagiera:Santagiera 625 21 The Odd Couple by Sutexii The Odd Couple :iconsutexii:Sutexii 794 39 Kindness to the King by Evehly Kindness to the King :iconevehly:Evehly 768 38 Prince Sombra by JitterbugJive Prince Sombra :iconjitterbugjive:JitterbugJive 556 28
My favourites are organised into folders. Should you wish to see all my favourites, click Browse.



In this timeline, Special Order 191 was not dropped, and thus never fell into Union hands. However, while this did somewhat strengthen the CSA’s position and denied the Union some valuable intelligence, the Confederacy failed to make significant use of their opportunities thus presented (not helped by the fact that the Union still held significant advantages), and the whole thing devolved into a bloody mess with victories and losses on both sides that nevertheless continued until 1865. The Democrats, having been elected after Lincoln was voted out one year prior, had attempted to finally do what he and his generals had failed to do and crush the nascent CSA, but after mixed results, military bungling on both sides and an increasingly hostile public sick of the slow progress, they decided that trying to reconquer and reintegrate the remaining Confederate territory would be too costly and finally sat down for negotiation.

However, while the CSA had achieved a chance for basic independence, the Union still held quite a bit of their border territories, and were not going to simply hand them back willy-nilly. In the end, the CSA had to accept peace at the cost of a severe neutering at the hands of the Union, who took back Arkansas, Tennessee and West Virginia, as well as New Orleans along with a strip of Mississippi along the titular river. There was some brief talk of turning the territory into a “black state”, but it never got beyond speculation; instead, the US decided, as part of the revised Homestead Acts, that they would specifically incentivise former slaves to settle in the west. The newly ratified Confederate States of America thus entered the world with a shrunken number of states, a worthless currency, a large amount of their infrastructure in ruins, a significant portion of their “workforce” having fled north, an increasingly antiquated economic engine, political strife up the wazoo and a passive-aggressive USA breathing down their necks. In short, not a good recipe for a new nation.

The United States, meanwhile, had fewer states than OTL to try and reintegrate, and did so through targeted investment and, with support from resentful northern politicians who had pushed for the US to take a hard line on post-war negotiations, positioning itself as a champion for the rights of former slaves, passing the equivalents of the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments faster in the absence of southern influence (they also doubled as a middle finger to the still-slave-owning CSA). Infrastructure was rapidly built up, both in order to curry favour with the citizens of Reintegrationist states and to boost their military capabilities within said states in the event of a potential border war with the Confederacy.

Meanwhile, over in Europe, the CS secession was greeted with many a call of “I told you so” from anti-republicans, but these quickly waned as the US’ fortunes recovered despite their losses. Butterflies resulted in the League of Three Emperors lasting a couple of years longer, just long enough to coincide with an alternate Russian victory against the Ottoman Empire. During the Congress held in the aftermath, Austria-Hungary managed to burn one too many bridges with Germany, leading Bismarck to decide, in a partial reversal of his OTL position, that Germany could no longer fully count on them, and that Germany’s immediate future was safer being closer to Russia.

Almost immediately after this in
1878, Wilhelm I of Germany was assassinated by an anarchist group, forcing his son Frederick to take the throne. Frederick, an enthusiastic progressive, sought to bring Germany forward and put through significant reforms, but often butted heads with Bismarck, who disagreed with his liberal policies. Despite significant opposition, Frederick still managed to push through some of his ideas and lay the groundwork for a more focused, left-leaning Germany (fortunately, his death by cancer IOTL was butterflied).

The Scramble for Africa still occurred to some degree, but under different circumstances. Britain and France got together (begrudgingly) and managed to work out some of the finer details with regards to dividing the region, with the looming difficulty of a German-Russian alliance on the horizon and their lack of confidence in Austria-Hungary to pull its weight during a war. Britain became a sponsor of Ethiopia, and in turn tried to pull a “Raj” on the Horn of Africa, with mixed results.
Germany, under the reign of a less expansionist ruler, didn’t pick up as much territory overseas, instead choosing to invest locally with most colonial aspirations being handled by private enterprise, while Italy, much like OTL, got the short straw, which only drove it further into the German-Russian camp.

Meanwhile, back in North America, the US and the CS had another war, this time over the issues regarding the connections between the eastern and western halves of the Confederacy. With the Mississippi under US control, the only land connection the CS had with each half was a rail line that was permanently manned by US officers, constantly making sure that the CS wasn’t transporting slaves across their territory. This didn’t help relations between the two nations, and the arrangement proved to ultimately be untenable as the slavery question began to rear its head once more. Certain states had already moved to clamp down on the practice, and the much-needed British investment that had allowed the nation to get on its feet was drying up as the Anti-Slavery International organisation over in Europe organised boycotts of Confederate-sourced goods. The British government, looking to
drum up interest in Empire-sourced goods from India and Ethiopia, decided to ride on the wave of anti-slavery sentiment and promoted its own goods over Confederate goods (conveniently failing to mention that most of it was produced through indentured labour).

Anyway, in the late 1880s, the Union-Confederate War broke out, though it ended much more quickly than the last conflict between the two entities. The CS was brought to heel fairly quickly, but other than snatching up the whole of Louisiana, entrenching their position in the Caribbean, the US declined to incorporate the CS any further, having seen the consequences of trying to reintegrate the entire region only two decades before. The major consequence from this was the already independently-minded Texas broke away from the CS, the current governor angry with the growing anti-slavery sentiment in the eastern Confederate states, accusing them of having been overrun by “degenerate mulattoes”. The war also marked the
beginning of the CS tradition of blaming the US for every little thing that went wrong in their nation.

The world trundled onwards until the First Total War in 1903, which played out largely as a culmination of the Great Game between Britain and Russia. A war ensued between the Britain-France-Austria-Hungary-Ottoman Coalition and the Germany-Russia-Italy-Bulgaria Alliance. Austria-Hungary fought valiantly, but ultimately fighting on four different fronts simultaneously
combined with its internal troubles brought it down fairly quickly, and the Coalition was largely unable to recover from that. Germany proceeded to dismember Austria and integrate the German-majority bits into the Reich, along with Bohemia and Slovenia, out of sheer geographical necessity, obviously. The Ottoman Empire was dismantled and divvied up into territories and puppet states amongst the victors, while Britain managed to net themselves some territory in the southern Arabian Peninsula. Italy managed to attain some land from France, but denied the opportunity to take Slovenia for itself, they were placated with additional territories in Africa, while Germany managed to expand its Central African territories.

The next few decades were ones of rebuilding and consolidation. Decolonisation became a potent force outside of Europe, though it would be a much messier ride to the end, with the European powers being unwilling to let any of their subjects rule themselves. The US largely stayed out of conflicts such as these, choosing instead to stay within the orbit of the rest of the Americas, though it did trade across both the Atlantic and Pacific. Tanks were first developed during this time in their armoured carrier form, with their first use being that of suppressing uprisings (and thus gained the moniker of “crushers”). Radical politics came to the forefront not in Europe, but in their colonies as socialistic and fascistic sentiments began taking hold throughout Africa and Asia.

The flashpoint for the Second Total War in 1935 came in the form of the expansionist nation of Japan attacking Russian territory in the East, triggering a conflagration across Asia. Britain, who had previously opposed Russia over their support for Ethiopian independence, sided with Japan, and Germany was just sort of dragged along for the ride. This also coincided with a massive uprising across the world, as multiple colonies began engaging in full-blown rebellion to throw off their foreign oppressors.

In the end, the world lost more than it gained in the short run. The aftermath of the seven years of open conflict was the collective realisation that the current global system was inherently unsustainable, and that all nations would have to make substantial changes. Colonies were shed, or reformed into looser commonwealths, except for the ones which had already gone radical; there wasn’t very much that could be done about them. Most major nations scaled back their spheres of influence, and new treaties and conventions were signed to try and mitigate any chance of something like this happening again.

Following this long and painful process, a boom of science and technology emerged. Medicine, engineering and physics all took major leaps forward as cross-pollination of ideas between nations became the norm. This greatly helped the world in recuperating from all the damage that had been done, but with all the radical ideologies floating around and wars being fought by the newly independent and semi-independent nations of the world for resources and borders, the remaining half of the century was going to be a tricky one to navigate.

Today, in 2017, the world is largely at peace. The wars over borders and extremist ideologies have largely ended, with only minor embers flaring up every now and then. The world is divided into a few major power blocs (it being a more level playing field than OTL), with no outright “superpowers”, but the current nature of world trade and global interests force them to do battle through negotiation and diplomacy rather than outright warfare.

Germany is still the top dog in Europe, but even that is proving a challenge. The Kaiserin today is basically a figurehead in the vein of the OTL British monarchy, and German is widely spoken throughout much of Europe, but European nations are growing less and less enthusiastic about subserving themselves to Vienna (the hub of the EU-equivalent, although this one is a bit more democratic and with a bit more bite). The French-speaking citizens now residing in German territory are making more of a splash than usual lately, and have become a model for those who dislike German hegemony. Granted, German overlord-ship has resulted in the longest period of peace that Europe has seen for quite some time, as well as a wide-reaching progressive social-democratic state with a high standard of living, but still.

Russia, meanwhile, having been more closely integrated to Europe earlier on through their alliance with Germany, remains close to the West. Despite a right-wing government briefly taking over via coup-d’etat in the aftermath of the STW (their final invasion of Japan was brutal), things swung back fairly quickly afterwards and Russia found a new sense of stability. It is far more industrialised than OTL Russia and has a more diverse economy, as well as a higher population (thanks to no Soviet-style purges). While not quite as wealthy as OTL Russia is, it has a higher rate of growth, a much better relationship with the rest of the world and is a vigorous trader, although Russian nationalists are quite wary about all the foreign crap that has flooded the market locally, and some have begun a Neo-Tsarist movement for the “Reclaimation of Russia” (the previous Tsar died at the hands of the aforementioned coup). However, at present, they are basically a fringe radical group that do little but shout slogans and bicker.

Britain has had a bad time, as they suffered the worst out of the nations who entered the STW. They entered with one of the largest colonial empires in the world, and emerged with almost none of it. Ethiopia was taken over by a religious fanatic and attempted to do to East Africa what Japan was doing to East Asia, with Egypt and the Sudan soon following. India, conversely, was overthrown by a radical left-wing group, but didn’t do nearly as well as Ethiopia, and the ramshackle arrangement splintered quite fast, with India falling back into a series of bickering states, never managing to pull itself back together again. Australia… well, Australia and New Zealand were already on the fence about the whole “British Empire”-thing, the FTW having not worked out very well for them. So when the STW rolled around, when Britain came knocking and looking for soldiers, many former soldiers from the FTW who were, by now, politically powerful in their home countries, basically said “nope”, and set about forming their own path, working towards a closer union with the Americas.

By today, even Ireland has broken away in its entirety from Britain (the consequence of a right-wing British coup in the 50s not unlike Russia’s by people who did not like the Irish). Politically, Britain is now comparatively stable, but exerts next-to-no actual influence in the world, increasingly being drawn into the German camp where Ireland firmly resides. Bottom line: their major issue in the modern world is their inability to reconcile their former status as a global power with their utter lack of power nowadays.

Japanese nationalism took longer to die down than OTL, especially after the aforementioned invasion by Russia, but nowadays is doing okay, especially considering China remains fragmented largely thanks to the fact that the forces who want to reunite it cannot agree as to where to unite it from. Korea next door is about as wealthy as Japan is, though Korea is closer to Russia, while Japan is closer to the US, which has a much higher Japanese population thanks to a larger number of immigrants from during and after the war. Neither of them have any significant influence over the world either economically or culturally; they’re largely just seen as “that weird corner of Asia with the islands”.

However, the real star of Asia is Indonesia, which has managed to become an economic and cultural powerhouse across the Pacific in the ‘70s, its relative lack of aggressiveness throughout recent history has allowed it to become the major go between for Asian nations that otherwise could not stand each other. Not only that, its reach also extends beyond, going as far as Europe and the Americas, its cultural melange of Muslim, Chinese and Indian cultures proving to be an exotic and intriguing attraction across the world. It may still only be a second-tier power, but it’s gaining pretty fast on some of the first-tier ones.

Africa is doing a bit better than OTL. While the STW left quite a few lasting scars, the place is overall more peaceful, thanks to better resources, more investment and better infrastructure to handle issues that need to be resolved. Germany’s Central African Empire (or “Mittelafrika” to laymen) remains largely intact, and is incorporated into Germany through an economic and political commonwealth system that gives it a wide berth to make its own decisions (and you know it’s a weird universe when Germany does a better job of handling colonial incorporation better than Britain). The remains of Italy’s colonial empire are also loosely administered in conjunction with Mittelafrika. Ethiopia is still a concern, having never given up its dream to swallow East Africa, the Middle East also now being part of that to-do list (it also had an upheaval that helped work out their European-drawn border issues), but despite being more industrialised and militaristic than OTL, they’re not particularly good at conquering places.

The Americas, meanwhile, only recently emerged from out of their geopolitical cocoon, the US (itself more left-wing than OTL and on largely equal footing with the other powers) maintaining their belief in the Monroe Doctrine a lot longer. To compensate for the loss of a large-ish segment of their agricultural land, the US has made contact with certain other Latin American countries and formed multiple trade and political agreements with them, resulting in the staple American diet becoming highly influenced by South America. Mutual uneasiness caused by the Confederate situation resulted in a lot of dual-Mexican-US action; in fact, Mexico is considerably more stable and wealthy than OTL, as opposed to Canada, which had a socialist uprising that, in response to an attempt to stamp them out, turned into a low-key terrorist movement that lasted a few decades and did considerable damage to that country’s prestige.

Texas is basically a banana republic, desperately trying to convince themselves that they aren’t merely an appendage of US oil interests.

World culture is vastly different than OTL. The world is overall more progressive and left-leaning; no hard left states have come about and lasted long enough to discredit the idea of left-wing utopianism. As a result of differing periods of invention and scientific advancement, the atomic bomb was never actually used in aggression, and with the way things are going, it’s unlikely to ever be. Giant monster movies are a rarity, but on the other hand the animation age ghetto never existed and animation is considered a perfectly valid medium for all ages and genres. Science is trusted far more, thanks to both the tech boom of the ‘50s and the fact that most people associate the STW with the anti-science backlash that occurred following the FTW, accusing the anti-rationalists of the day of fostering an environment whereupon a new Total War could come about. As an additional result of this different attitude, the “mad scientist” trope is basically nonexistent in fiction.

Then there’s the CSA, the little nation that couldn’t. The CS has had a long and storied history, having constantly veered between oligarchy, military rule, theocracy and autocracy (sometimes several at the same time). The tradition of blaming their problems on the US has not done wonders for their ability to actually deal with their issues: their African-American population currently has rights about equal to that of Apartheid South Africa, with most of them leaving for greener pastures up north; their industrialisation has proceeded at a glacial pace, and most of it is dedicated to military applications. Their foreign excursions have largely gone nowhere, and the ultra-individualistic nature of the population means that the government constantly faces an uphill battle to get anything done. The only thing that most of the CS population can generally agree on is “the US is definitely coming to get us”, and as such almost all of them are constantly armed, and go to bed wondering if tomorrow will be the day that the Yankee scum will be coming for their women and children.

Which is especially amusing to the actual US population, who, by now, have so gotten used to the CS’ presence that they barely notice it anymore, and have little-to-no desire to invade or annex a backwater like it. While the CS largely thinks of the US as “the Great Satan to the North”, the US largely thinks of CS as “that third-world breakaway known mostly for its hilariously low-budget knock-offs of popular films”.
I Wish I Wasn't In Dixie
An alternate history where the Confederacy gets screwed over. Hard.

Anyway, I'm hoping something simple like this could help me return to form somewhat before I get back into larger projects.

Special thanks to :iconquantumbranching: for his input and help getting it going!
Flag of the Apple Corps
A flag for a wacked-out alternate history in the land of Equestria I came up with on a whim:

"Despite Princess Celestia's best efforts, the history of modern Equestria has been defined primarily by conflict. While the fights against Nightmare Moon, Discord, King Sombra and the Dragon invasion all turned out to be largely manageable (some more than others), one persistent source of friction has come from the township of Ponyville, continuously sparked by the notorious "Apple" clan. Started by the infamous Granny Smith following a bad crop blight in which miscommunication led to suffering and recrimination, the anti-authoritarian left-wing militia organisation known as the Apple Corps has been a constant thorn in the side of those who desire peace and harmony across the territory of Equestria. Of particular note was when, during the aforementioned Dragon invasion, the local branch led by family members Applejack and Big Macintosh seized control of the local Ponyville government and declared the creation of a sovereign city-state within Equestrian borders. The situation lasted for two weeks of tense negotiations before they willingly surrendered and order was restored. Regardless, the banner of the Apple Corps, cemented into popular discourse, was thus adopted both by discontented Ponies and other species beyond as a symbol of resistance against what they saw as undue oppression by a decadent royalist leadership."

Time Weaver, Elements of Disharmony: A History of Equestrian Strife

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
and all its associated characters belong to Hasbro.

DISCLAIMER: I do not endorse any of the views associated with this flag, nor the alternate history created with it. Also, speaking as a fan of the show, I do not consider the characters' portrayal in said alternate history to be representative of their portrayal in the show. This is made purely for humourous purposes, and not as a serious look at any of the characters mentioned.
Okay, right off the bat, this is not to do with my lack of updates on the site. I have been working very sporadically on some miscellaneous artistic ephemera all over the place lately, but I just haven't had a lot of creative drive like I used to, something I am trying to remedy.

This is about a genuine incident where I came close to serious injury. I was, in fact, involved in a traffic collision on my motorcycle.

This was my first such incident, and I honestly now consider myself baptised into the motorcycling community, having had my first major accident. :p

Luckily, me and the family all seem to have an uncanny knack for experiencing incredibly dangerous accidents that always seem to turn out far better than they could have. As such, I'm largely alright, and aside from a few bruises, a 6-hour late night hospital stay and injured pride, I came out of it largely unscathed. My bike is a bit banged up and will probably cost a bit to patch up, but it does still run, much as I am mourning its scars.

I guess I just have good fortune to thank that I was stationary, the car was braking as it hit me, and that the people inside were kind enough to come to my aid. I can safely say that it is an experience that will never truly leave me, but it is certainly one I hope never to to repeat. Hey, what doesn't kill you and all that, right?

Thank you all for reading. I'll try to work through the aches to get some more material for you, my loyal watchers, because someone needs to get some enjoyment out of this incident. :)

And lastly, please wear safety gear when performing a dangerous activity. It could save your life, or, at the very least, prevent serious injury.
  • Listening to: Matchbox 20
  • Reading: Doom Patrol
  • Watching: Sailor Moon


Sebastian Wolf
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
Hi, I’m Sebastian Wolf, an Australian biologist whose number one goal in life is to rid myself of my human form, and take on my dream form of a Lombax.

I am an atheist, a technocrat, a transhumanist, a furry and a brony. There, that's my life made bare.

Strength: 6
Perception: 7
Endurance: 6
Charisma: 3
Intelligence: 8
Agility: 5
Luck: 5

Current Residence: Melbourne, Australia
Favourite Music Genre: I have a very diverse palate...
Operating System: Linux (my Windows partition handles my PC games)
Skin of Choice: Yellow fur with maroon stripes


Add a Comment:
Amanacer-Fiend0 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2017
Glad that you became a watcher, good sir. :)
CyberPhoenix001 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome! Love the Public Domain hero designs; I've even got a couple of designs and stories for such heroes that I've had in mind for some time now. One is about a bunch of somewhat re-imagined Public Domain characters banding together to fight an alien robot invasion, and another is significantly re-imagined Australian Golden Age heroes being given new life in the modern era. Hopefully I'll be able to write them up at some point.

In the meantime, keep up the awesome work! :)
Amanacer-Fiend0 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2017
Glad you approve. :)

And you reminded me that I needed to do some Australian characters along with the German characters I'm working on. So thanks. :)
Eric-3 Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fave. :)
onemanarmy300 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2016   Writer
What if the Roman Empire never fell?

SillyHunterBoyHK Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Can you make a flag for my channel?
1. Include the following colors:
Black - To represent the teenage demographic it's targeted to.
White - To symbolize the expansion of the brand
Red - To symbolize the blood of it's enemies
2. Include the Imperial Starburst (included on my channel's icon, link here: ) to symbolize the liberation from boredom.
CyberPhoenix001 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Sorry it took so long to reply; uni exams and such. Anyway, are you still interested in that flag? I'd be perfectly willing to still make it for you

How does this sound: Black stripe up the top, white stripe in the middle, red strip down the bottom, with the starburst coming out of the red stripe (same colour for both), contrasting against the white in the centre.
SillyHunterBoyHK Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Brother-Orin Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the Fave! by Brother-Orin  
CyberPhoenix001 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome!
Add a Comment: