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  1. I’m so sorry I never responded to you. My old iPad broke (long story) and I just never got around to checking my MLP forum messages. I’m glad you enjoyed the music 😊

    1. Rikifive


      No worries, that's fine. :fluttershy: Keep the good work up! :darling:

  2. Many thanks. Gotta go but I’ll see you later 😊😊😊

  3. Hi there Cash 😊 Are you from Alaska?

    1. Cash_In


      I was just reading your post on the welcoming plaza.

      I'm not Alaskan unfortunately, but thanks for asking.

    2. Cedar Woods

      Cedar Woods

      It’s all cool. Thank you 😊

  4. My name is Cedar, I’m from Palmer Alaska, I’m a part time member of a band created by my niece and nephew, and I’m also a Brony. I’m really hoping that I can meet some other Bronies from Alaska. Bronies who regularly visit Alaska are also welcome to respond. Really any Bronies are welcome to respond, but I’d be especially interested in fellow Alaskan Bronies.
  5. There’s no shortage of musically talented people in the Brony fandom. There’s not many movie musicals whose soundtracks had us squealing with such delight. And this year, a group of gifted Bronies and Pegasisters, will bring an abridged version of the biggest smash since Hamilton, to the Mane Stage. Featuring the songs from the movie, sung by famous personalities from our great fandom, you’ll laugh and cry and cheer as you witness fabulous singing and dancing and... what’s that? The hotel probably won’t let us set up a trapeze act? Darn it Well aside from that obviously missing factor
  6. I have submitted these ideas directly to the EFNW website. However, someone there wrote to me and said that I should also include them on The MLP Forums Page.
  7. For my last suggestion, I have something that may honestly work better during a year when either Nicole or Tabitha can attend the convention. Although since Starswirl’s V/A is attending, I suppose it could still work. In this panel, a group of folks who are fairly well versed in astrology, will delve into the signs of each of the Mane 6 (although I suppose it’s Mane 7 now with the inclusion of Starlight Shimmer - I mean Sunset Glimmer... oh screw it they’re the same character). Although it would obviously take way too long to do a complete run down of what each character’s
  8. Cedar Woods

    World of Art

    The vast array of places we’ve visited in Equestria has grown with each new season. Now it would be impossible to cover the art of every single new culture we visited, but this panel attempts to deliver a short discussion about it all. You’ll learn about famous artists from around the world, some of which way be familiar to you, others of which won’t be. The only criteria for a style of art appearing in this panel, is that it must be by an artist who lives (or lived) in one if the places that a place in FIM is based off of.
  9. In this panel, we delve deeper into the various topics explored in FIM, and try to imagine what great Philosophers like Plato, and Socrates might think of the show... What would the banishment of Nightmare Moon look like if it were a Greek Tragedy? Considering there’s so much in MLP that comes from Greek mythology, a panel like this seems like a natural sort of thing to happen at least once.
  10. At this hilariously good time, one person has a script of an MLP episode on their computer. They’ll call out Mad-Libs Questions to the audience. When the audience has put together the Mad-Lib version of the episode, a panel of fandom V/As (unless we can get the actual V/As present to participate) will read the hilariously butchered screenplay. The person calling out questions will email the butchered script to the other panelists.
  11. How would everypony like to participate in an open mic event? Here’s how it works: 1. On Thursday you go to an assigned location, and pay $15 to buy 5 minutes of time with the mic (there would be more than one mic provided, in case you came with a group). When you pay the evening before, your name is written on a small foam ball. The ball is then added to a bin (or something). You can enter your name as many times as you want (meaning you can put it on as many balls as you want). The more you have in the bin, the more likely it is you’ll be picked. 2. On Friday at some point, a special gue
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