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  1. I had a revelation, so I just want to update this post. Twilight is only shown sleeping once. And the next day upon being told that because of Snips and Snails trashing the gym the Fall Formal would be moved to the next day Twilight freaks because there isn't enough time. So the main plot of the movie takes place during the SECOND and THIRD days the portal is open, which means Sunset Shimmer had a whole day to visit Equestria and learn the relevant information, like the new princess and the Elements, news that Twilight was coming to visit, etc. So I got the answer to my own question.
  2. Well, I did a quick look here and on TVtropes headscratchers, but I haven't seen something like this. I'm doing a AU Sunset Shimmer fic where she comes through the portal when it next opens after 30 moons (this fic has been on the backburner for a long time, before season 4 started) and she goes to Twilight, wanting her to be the liason to get a meeting with Celestia and make amends with her for the past. When I was writing her backstory and what made her split from Celestia I came upon a little snag. When I watched the movie for reference that only made it more confusing. We see Sunset come through the portal, then she seems to immediately know exactly where Twilight is, that she is the new Element of Magic wielder, that she has it as her crown and in her possession and that she's a princess. She's just come to the human world after whatever number of years she was away, plus the portal wasn't even in Canterlot Castle at the time. It was in the Crystal Empire, a place Sunset should have no idea how to navigate. How did she come by such detailed information? My explanation was that she used her magic to hypnotize a guard to get information, but can anyone give me something else, more reasonable?
  3. I'm doing a fanfic where there's a scene in Twilight's house, and I'm trying to figure out how the thing is structured. Flipping through a few episodes I think I have the general outline, but I was wondering if anyone had something more detailed, the kind done by someone with way too much time on their hands. From what I saw after going through the front door there's half the library. Spike's greed episode had her lock Spike in another room with more books on the ground floor. From the same episode and Twilight's first sleepover episode we see that there's a second floor when you ascend the stairs, and above that is a loft where Twilight sleeps, along with a balcony to stand on. From the episode where Twilight gets Owliscious at the beginning Spike runs under an archway to another part of the library, so that makes 3 rooms in total on the ground floor? It can't connect to the room with the door, as it wouldn't make sense for Twilight to lock Spike in a room with another exit, or did the library change structure and that door was just removed for that episode? So confusing! >_< Is that it?
  4. And yet he's visibly straining, sweating, and his voice is rasping with a 10-15 pound cake on his back.
  5. So I was rewatching the episode "Over a barrel" and I suddenly had a thought: Why are ponies pulling the train? I know it was a later season episode but "MMMMstery on the friendship express" shows them using a coal power source to move the train. Even in a magical world of ponies the thought of even 4 strong stallions being able to pull a train seemingly ALL NIGHT and into the morning without even appearing winded just feels ridiculous and out of place, and it bugs me. A pony being a taxi I can accept, because it's like the concept of a rickshaw in Asian countries, but 4 ponies pulling an entire train, complete with things like a tree on board seems impossible, even if Big Mac could pull a house while under the influence of love poison. Even if you argue that it's not just running on the pull of the stallions that basically makes their purpose useless.
  6. I'm sure there is, but I was talking about other ponies, like the mane 6 or even the other 2 crusaders. I just don't know why it never made the fanart rounds considering that basically everything else gets tons of love in the fandom.
  7. Given what I've seen of this fandom there is a huge amount of fanart for basically EVERYTHING! Twilicane. background ponies, you name it, there is probably at least 100 pictures of it. However, despite 5 year old Sweetie Belle being a big deal in "For whom the Sweetie Belle toils" there is barely any fan art of what was finally the 5th stage of pony development show in the show apart from baby, foal, adult, and elderly. Nearly all the pictures shown for it come directly from the show. So what was it about this that made it pick up no interest or attention?
  8. Doesn't stop the fans. Remember "Broken quill" pony from Trade ya? The fan name for this one is Chirpy Hooves, and most of the fan art is with Derpy and/or Dinky, just because they look a lot alike. Well, there's no way of breaking that connection at this point. The fanart is too strong with this ship. Is there a reason Dinky CAN'T be Derpy's kid? We've seen that Amethyst is Dinky's sister from Sisterhooves Social, which makes Derpy seem too young, but pony bodies only go from baby, child, adult,and elderly, so we have no idea what the ages are. Derpy could be in her forties while Amethyst is in her teens. Anyway, ponies don't always vastly look different than their parents. You brought up Twilight's parents. Twilight Velvet is basically a recolor of Twillight, just with a slightly altered mane. They both have that same part in their mane, and both her children have highlights in their mane. Rainbow Dash and her dad also have the same rainbow mane.
  9. Everyone likes to say Dinky is Derpy's daughter. Despite their race difference of pegasus and unicorn they look very similar. When Sisterhooves Social came along Amethyst Star/Sparkler was added to the Hooves family as Dinky's older sister. Makes sense. But wait! In the Mysyterious Mare Do Well episode we see Amethyst having a picnic with Tootsie Flute Granted, it doesn't HAVE to mean they're related,(she could be foalsitting, after all) but given the way the fandom hitched onto Derpy/Dinky/Doctor Hooves and then added on Amethyst it's a shame poor Tootsie doesn't get more love.
  10. A cute story of how Pinkie Pie came to live with the Cakes. Pinkie uses all her charm to help save Sugarcube Corner from shutting down. May your heart's explode with adorableness.
  11. This really saddens me. In writing my very first fanfiction he took a great interest in my Scootaloo/Rainbow Dash fic, anxiously waiting and pushing me to keep going. I kept updating him and there were times when I wanted to quit because it was coming out so long but his support helped me to keep going until I finished. May he rest in peace. =(
  12. From what we've seen there are only three categories of morality: good ponies who have their character flaws, jerks who look down on others, and super-villians. There doesn't reallty appear to be any other types, so we don't get to see minor villiany. Looking at episodes which seem to show small-scale villiany like the ones with the Flim-Flam brothers, Lightning Dust, Gila, Trixie, and probably more the worst that happens is that that they either lose what they were going for, and/or have to leave town. So,'s either Tarturus/the moon/sealed in stone or you get off scot-free? I'm finishing up a fanfic in which Diamond Tiara is kidnapped for a ransom. The plot is foiled, and now I have no idea what to do with the criminal. Super-jail Tarturus seems a little extreme, but we've seen no regular jail or hints at one. There are no police type ponies unless you count Celestia's royal guard. I suppose I could just make a jail since, hey, it's my fanfic, but this is bugging me.
  13. I wouldn't because i'd have to erase my knowledge of the fanfics I've written. Writing all of them has taken a large amount of time. If we're talking solely about the show I still don't know if I would do it because it would take a lot of time to get back into full brony mode.
  14. So this was something that confused me about the series 4 finale. Tirek Om nom nom's everyone's magic, taking away their cutie mark too in the process, leaving them blank flanks. As of yet not one pony has had a different colored flank than the rest of their body, so it has to be part of the cutie mark. But if it's part of the cutie mark it should have disappeared with the moon part of the cutie mark. If for whatever reason she didn't give Twilight ALL her magic, than Tirek would have taken whatever was left and that part should have disappeared then. SOOOOO....which is it? Can someone explain this to me?
  15. A theory on that can be not that he kept it for sentimental reasons, but as a reminder of not to trust anyone. Every time he looked at the amulet he would be reminded of his brothers "betrayal" and thus keep his resolve that everyone else besides himself is an enemy.