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  1. Sorry for being ignorant of this, but how are you able to make money off of the characters?
  2. So a while back I was thinking about all the content that I've seen on the internet that involves MLP FIM. I always hate it when content creators delete stuff online as all the history associated with that is wiped away. I started watching in 2013-2014 and I remember learning about fandom events that occurred before I joined and having to play detective to understand what happened. Like, I'd stumble on random videos and not know the context. Anyway, thinking about this made me wonder what it would be like to join the fandom right now. I suppose it would feel the same as joining at any other da
  3. Thank you. This is what I was looking for. Makes me feel better.
  4. So this has been on my mind since first learning that MLP FIM was going to end. I joined The Herd around 2014 (wow, that seems like a long time ago), and I remember really getting into the fandom by watching Brony Blind Commentaries. The first commentator that I watched eventually left the fandom and deleted most of his content expect for an obscure Dailymotion account. Anyway, over the years there have been a lot of Brony youtubers who have done similar things to the point that no trace of their work is available on the web. There is a ton of history that has happened as well. I remember read
  5. Something like the WayBack Machine or Wikipedia? I just think that the Brony fandom is so rich in history that it would be shame to lose any of it. I know that this site will be here for ages, and I know that Equestria Daily has every article they've posted since when they've started. However, I was just thinking that with other media--like Youtube, often when it is deleted, there is no backup so it ends up being lost to time. . It would be neat if there was a place where you could see the old videos, the old forum posts, articles, artwork and music from across the years all in one place.
  6. I know we had "Tanks for the Memories" but that was allegorical. I mean, even Frozen addressed death head on, I think that MLP could have, at the very least, made and episode talking about the death of Bright Mac. and Pear Butter. They kind of danced around the fact that they died in the Perfect Pear. I mean, if the show can say that the entire world of Equestria was decimated in one of the alternate timelines that Starlight created, or that Princess Luna was psychologically torturing herself with the Tantibus, it seems strange that they couldn't say outright on the show that the two Apple pa
  7. I started watching him back in 2015, IIRC. He was and still is my favorite Youtube brony reactor. Since I've been watching him for such a long time I know that he's been going through a bunch of life stuff. He's had his channel C&D , he's been criticized by other Youtubers, had issues in his personal life, and even has had issues branching out into other non-MLP content. Anyway, I know he stopped being a brony a while back and transitioned to other material. However, his last video was like two years ago now and no body knows what happened to him. To be totally honest, I really would
  8. You might disagree with this, but I think that season 3 actually carried on this same idea. While I do not think that it evolved from the proceeding season in the same way that S2 did from S1, I do think that the third season kept the same "organic" interactions between the characters and the same meta humor of the other seasons. It has the sense of innocence and whimsical but there was a definite maturity about the world that kept allowed for deeper topics. I mean, as an audience I think to know that the show could go into serious and more emotionally deep issues was peculiar feeling. It is
  9. What do you mean by "Season 8 does have a strong sense of post MLP universe."???
  10. I joined the fandom in 2014 ish so I was active after the "peak" in 2012, however the way I remember seeing things and from everything that I have read about the fandom's early days, I feel that you could say that MLP definitely was a significant part of this decade. When I think back to that time a recall there being a lot of similar themed media and tv shows started after MLP was created. I do not know if MLP had anything to do with that but there certainly was several huge productions that subverted the status quo. Steven Universe was one such show. It certainly showed that high art qualit
  11. In your opinion, what would you say made FIM so "strong"/ made it so good in its early days? I actually agree with you but I am curious what specific things made it successful as an animated TV shows when it first started?
  12. It's been an awesome adventure!!! Till the next time though.... XD
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