You can tell I do enjoy drawing both of them as humans.
You can make up your own story on what happened.
Note: I never realize Big Mac has freckles. I been drawing him without freckles the whole time. LOL!
"All right, Apple Jack. Come on now. You just need to stand up for a mo' and Ah'll carry you home."
"It hurts, Mac..." A.J. moaned. Fresh tears began to run down her face.
"Ah know. But if you just stand up Ah'll get ya on my back. Here," he said, holding a hand out to his sister.
Apple Jack rolled her eyes. Even with a fractured kneecap she was determined not to accept help. "Ah can manage," she said flatly.
"All right," Big Mac said skeptically.
With a great effort, Apple Jack rose. However, the second she put pressure on her injured leg, she went deathly pale. She fell forward, and Big Mac caught her.
"Easy," he said gently.
Carefully, Big Mac turned his back to his sister. For a moment Apple Jack hesitated. Then she wrapped her arms around her brother's neck and, with some difficulty, heaved herself up into the piggy-back position. Her brother's muscular arms came under her legs, supporting her from beneath. Even so, the pressure of their bodies pressed together, the vibration of every step, sent jolts of pain through A.J.'s leg that made her catch her breath and made tears slide down her cheeks. She knew her brother was being as gentle as possible, and it annoyed her she was crying so much. But it hurt...so...bad...Big Mac felt his sister's body quake with pain. As he walked, a pang of guilt made his heart twist. Memories of a frightening experience replayed over and over in his brain with each step:
He and his sister were walking in the part of the orchard where dead trees were abundant. Although these trees no longer bore fruit, they were still useful for fires. On this particular day, they had gone to chop some. However, at the time they had been arguing. Their conversation was so intense they'd neglected to notice an ancient tree about to topple over right on them. With a hideous tearing creak, the old roots had finally given way. A.J. realized what was going to happen a split second before it did. As if in slow motion, Big Mac again saw his sister lunge forward, shoving him clear of the falling trunk. Apple Jack hadn't been so lucky. She wasn't able to scramble out of the way in time. As a result, her left knee was broken, having been squashed beneath the crushing force of the old trunk.
After making sure his sister was still alive, Big Mac had flung the tree trunk aside with a violent heave. He tore off a portion of his undershirt, using it to make a temporary bandage. It would have to do until Granny Smith could take care of A.J. herself. Then he had waited until A.J. had woken an hour later. He would have run to the farm house to tell Granny to call for help, but Big Mac was afraid of leaving his younger sister alone. Besides, the farmhouse was a long ways off, and he couldn't well leave her when it was his fault to begin with.
As Big Mac remembered all this, he felt his rare tears forming in his eyes. He blinked. Don't cry, he ordered himself. Don't you dare cry. She'll be fine...she'll...be...fine...Yet it was all in vain. A tear squeezed itself from the corner of Big Mac's eye and fell to the ground. It's my fault, he thought. This wouldn't've happened if I hadn't been so stupid and blind...why couldn't it've been ME instead?
Finally, after hours of walking, he spotted the farmhouse in the distance, clearly illuminated by the full moon and stars. Apple Jack had finally gone quiet. She must be so tired, Big Mac thought. As they drew nearer to the house, Big Mac could see the living room light was still on. The short form of an elderly woman could be glimpsed in the windows, pacing. Once again Big Mac felt a stab of guilt. Granny must be so worried, he thought. He sighed. He hoped Granny would spare her scolding for when A.J. was stronger. As he pushed open the front gate, the porch light suddenly came on. Next instant the door was thrown open and their grandmother came sprinting onto the front lawn, hiking up the skirts of her pink nightgown, her other hand holding her nightcap. Relief was tangible in every wrinkle on her face.
"Thank Celestia you're both all right!" she exclaimed.
"Granny...." Big Mac started to apologize. Granny Smith cut him off with a dismissive wave.
"We'll talk later, young'un. Let's get your sister inside and treat that busted knee. Poor angel..."
With that Granny Smith ran back into the house. On his back, Big Macintosh felt Apple Jack stir.
"We're home," he informed her quietly.
A.J. was silent for a moment. "Err...Big Mac?" she said uncertainly.
Apple Jack swallowed. "Ah'm sorry...for the things Ah said in the orchard...Ah know you were just tryin' to watch out for me and Ah...Ah..."
"Apple Jack..." Big Mac said softly. "It's okay...Ah said some stupid things too. Things Ah didn't mean." He paused. "Thank you for today, Apple Jack. You saved my life."
Apple Jack said nothing. Though Big Macintosh was sure she was blushing. For several minutes all that could be heard was the sound of crickets chirping. Finally A.J. spoke again. When she did, she sounded like a small filly.
"Of course Ah did," A.J. said softly. "You're my brother, an' Ah love ya, Mac."
Big Macintosh grinned to himself. "Ah love you too, sis," he said quietly. "Now let's get you inside to bed."
"'Kay," A.J. replied, nestling her head against her brother's back.
Without another word, Big Macintosh carries her into the house.
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Apple Bloom screamed in terror as the wagon careered down the canyonside, crashing into rocks and bumps as it went. Bramley Apple, a handsome, hardworking man if there ever was one, was closely following the runaway vehicle with his wife, Red Pippin.
"Hold on, girlie, we're coming!" yelled Red Pippin, readying her lasso. As both wagons reached 'The Death ramp' (land sloping upwards before the big drop) Bramley Apple steadied the wagon they were on and Red Pippin took aim. The lasso shot through the air, and roped Apple Bloom round the waist. Suddenly, the runaway wagon disappeared into the drop. Apple Bloom landed SMACK into the chasing wagon. Both parents embraced their daughter, and Red Pippin threw the end of the lasso onto a convenient branch. It was then that the breathless Apple Jack arrived, and the last she saw of her parents was them holding one another's hands as their wagon plunged into the canyon. Apple Jack began to scream, tears flooding from her eyes. What had her hardworking, gentle parents done to deserve this? How were the rest of her close family going to manage? By then, Big MacIntosh had come to search for his sisters and their parents. hearing the wails, he increased his speed. Big Mac didn't need to ask what had happened; all he did was slide down the canyon walls to Apple Bloom, sling her gently over his shoulder, climb back up and embrace his sisters.
Granny Smith was informed, and, after a lot of weeping, the rest of the apple family arrived to pay their respects at the memorials. Since it was too dangerous to venture into the canyon, the bodies of the lost were never recovered. Apple Jack embraced her Granny, her sister and her brother; they were all she had left.
Apple Bloom heard the school bell ring. She smiled and ran out with Scootaloo and Sweetie Belle. "Heya girls, ya' wanna come to ma place nayow?" She asked the two. "Sure! It'll be so much fun!" "Yeah! Sounds aweSOME!" Scootaloo shouted and did an air punch. "We can make daisy chains!" Sweetie Belle announced. "Yeah! Cutiemark Crusaders Daisy Chain-" Apple Bloom slowed down and stopped talking when she saw Apple Jack being shoved on the ground being yelled at by Rainbow Dash. "YOU LIED TO ME! YOU SAID YOU'D NEVER COME BETWEEN ME AND SOARIN!" Rainbow Dash screamed. "Rainbow Dash! Stop! Please!" Apple Bloom pleaded. Rainbow Dash shot her a vicious glare. "Get out of here, midget." Rainbow Dash snapped and shoved her away. "Oh don't ya lay a FINGER on ma little sis!" Apple Jack bursted from the ground and pushed Rainbow to the wall with her fore-arm at Rainbow Dash's throat, making her gasp for any air she could. "AJ! PLEA-*Cough* PLEASE, *Gasp* YOU SAID YOU'D NEVER HURT YOUR FRIENDS!" Rainbow Dash spitted out before coughing. Apple Jack frowned and pushed harder against her throat. "I was just doin' what's best fer ya!" Apple Jack shouted. "Friends? Heh, Friends mah ass!"Apple Jack laughed and pushed harder and slammed her fist into Rainbow's side. The cutiemark crusaders were to in shock to move. "APPLE JACK STOP!" A familiar voice came from around the corner, Twilight. Twilight tried to pull Apple Jack away but AJ kicked back and hit her in the stomach and threw another punch to Rainbow Dash's face. Rarity arrived and immediately turned around to get Big Mac. Once they both arrived Big Mac easily pulled her away and carried her like a sack o' potatoes as she kicked and cussed at him to let her go. She looked up at the wounded and coughing Rainbow Dash who was staring at her with pain, sad, inraged eyes. once Apple Jack realized how badly she had hurt Rainbow, she teared up and she stopped fighting. She swung her arms up to cover her face. Big Mac got the message and re-arranged her so she was receiving a piggy back.
The he coughing part is apart of this story me and a friend are working on which is the mad father but in this case mad brother.
Story: Big mac picked up her sister, not even bothering about asking what happened. Carrying her to the farm, he walked up to the house. Applejack sniffed.
"He could have just said he didn't want me" She said.
"Eeyup" That was all he said. Carrying her to her bedroom, he laid her down and left, letting her to grieve for a few minutes while he made a special surprise.
You decide what happens next.