This is the second part of my story. I was in the residence of Rainbow Dash. Fluttershy was there, too. We often trained to sharpen our flying skills. It went well, except Fluttershy kept falling when she attempted to sharpen her skill. Eventually, she grew tired of it, and flew off, crying a bit hard. Rainbow and I attempted to chase after her, but Fluttershy called on the help of a flock of birds, who blocked the way between us and Fluttershy. They latched onto us, and brought us back to Rainbow's home.
I tried to use my powers once more to make things a little easier. It took a while, but I eventually pulled it off. My hoof was roiling hot, as hot as lava, so I used that to my advantage, and broke a hole in the wall of Rainbow's home, which we would fix later. We flew over to a nearby street in Cloudsdale. Rainbow and I searched all over for Fluttershy.
After several hours, we finally found her at the animal hospital. She appeared to be holding a small white rabbit. It must have been hers. "Fluttershy! There you are!" I shouted, accidentally forgetting that she was timid around loud sounds, including shouting. She yelped, and flew off in a panic. Unfortunately, she didn't get very far, as she clipped her wing on a window, resulting in Fluttershy falling to the ground way below. Rainbow and I looked at each other, and without hesitating, took off in a flash to save Fluttershy. Rainbow picked up so much speed, that she performed a Sonic Rainboom, and she ended up gaining a lot more speed than usual.
My mane and tail exploded into a blazing flame. I noticed a trail of fire streaming out behind me. Rainbow and I flew closer to each other, and took each other's hooves. As a result, it created a flaming Sonic Rainboom. A Fire Rainboom. It was incredible. I had never experienced something as amazing as this before. Rainbow's and my mane both turned the same majestic color of flames, which we decided to call The Rainbow Flame. It was rather unusual, but we quickly adjusted to it. Soon after, we eventually caught up to Fluttershy. We managed to convince her to return to Rainbow's home. Once we landed on the ground, Rainbow and I let go of each other's hooves, and just like that, our mane and tails reverted to their original colors. Fluttershy apologized several times, which implied she really was sorry. We decided to forgive her, since all that mattered was that Fluttershy was okay. Rainbow seemed interested in my pyrographic abilities, so I explained them to her. Soon after, I decided to send a letter to my mother about what happened. We agreed to set up a meeting to continue our training in pyrography.
Part 3 will come sooner or later, so stay tuned.