I’m not a mathematician, but as a Toponymist I need to do a lot of work on maps that are incomplete when making my naming suggestions, so when I have to divide a map into precise areas the trigonometry comes in handy.
We’re proud to introduce the fourth of the five main character of Ask Pun and Friends. From Pun Pony’s home city of Canterlot, Rubik is Melony’s boyfriend and an all around sweet colt. He joins Pun Pony, Marigold and Melony in our roster of ponies!
Doctor Whooves came to town not too long ago, but he’s rather popular with some of the mares. He’s not my style though; I like my doctors more reserved, patient, extra tall, two color mane… but if your style of doctor is a short tempered playpony with ‘issues’ and a love for butter then you should check out Discorded Dr. Whooves.
The Pun Pony Project of Ask Pun would like to thank all our artists, writers and special projects staff for collaborating to create a daily pony comic with 3,000 followers! We hope that our followers have as much fun reading this comic as we have making it!
The Equestrian ruling system is fairly straight-forward. The Princesses reign at the top, with their own inner hierarchy. Beneath them are the elected politicians of each area as governors, though their titles vary by the size of the city such as governor (Manehattan), mayor (Ponyville) or representative (Appleoosa). The members of the royal court like myself don’t hold any official power other than our titles, as the royal court functions as a body of influential, knowledgeable and skilled individuals that the governors and princesses may call upon to solve problems or answer questions. The solutions of the royal court are then passed to the relevant governors to implement at their discretion, though it is generally frowned upon to disregard the requested advice.