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  1. I couldn't agree more. BTW, I'm not a fan of the "To Where and back Again" storyline. When Starlight discovers a big elaborate plot that involved all of the Mane 6, royals and loved ones getting kidnapped, she starts up a team between herself, Trixie, Discord and Thorax of all people to try and save them. I'm sorry, but I just can't bring myself to care much for this finale. I really hated the way they had to dumb down basically every other important main lead aside from Starlight into helpless damsels-in-distress just rubbed me the wrong way, especially when you consider how much the Mane 6 fought so strongly against the Changeling army back in "A Canterlot Wedding" (and even Shining Armor and Cadence were able to blow them all back with the power of their combined magic). In The episode, here it just seemed like they were all conveniently underpowered JUST to hype up Starlight as the "big grand savior" of them all...what a joke. As for that whole "team up" between her, Trixie, Thorax and Discord it just didn't really make any sense to me since they were all such randomly placed characters when put together... so I couldn't get that into their team dynamic much, unfortunately. Thorax was the only character I liked out of the dynamic. When Starlight and her team finally reached Chrysalis' new fortress, they have to make a big life-changing choice to finally free both their friends and the other Changelings from Chrysalis' control. While the stakes did seem to rise up a bit better with Chrysalis now shown more on-screen in a more intimidating light, I still couldn't get that attached to the plot enough to stay that invested. Though I admittedly don't really mind the new looks of the reformed Changelings (minus Thorax's rather..."gaudy" colorscheme), and it was lowkey refreshing that Chrysalis actually rejected Starlight's offer to reform along with the others before running away. But still, the whole finale set up felt too much like a bad fanfiction for me to fully appreciate it. So as much as it tried, it's still generally my least favorite finale of the show.
  2. I See why you may think that, but That doesn't make me like her that much from the reasons I just stated. I'm sorry, but I'm not a fan of the "To Where and back Again" storyline. When Starlight discovers a big elaborate plot that involved all of the Mane 6, royals and loved ones getting kidnapped, she starts up a team between herself, Trixie, Discord and Thorax of all people to try and save them. I'm sorry, but I just can't bring myself to care much for this finale. I really hated the way they had to dumb down basically every other important main lead aside from Starlight into helpless damsels-in-distress just rubbed me the wrong way, especially when you consider how much the Mane 6 fought so strongly against the Changeling army back in "A Canterlot Wedding" (and even Shining Armor and Cadence were able to blow them all back with the power of their combined magic). In The episode, here it just seemed like they were all conveniently underpowered JUST to hype up Starlight as the "big grand savior" of them all...what a joke. As for that whole "team up" between her, Trixie, Thorax and Discord it just didn't really make any sense to me since they were all such randomly placed characters when put together... so I couldn't get that into their team dynamic much, unfortunately. Thorax was the only character I liked out of the dynamic. When Starlight and her team finally reached Chrysalis' new fortress, they have to make a big life-changing choice to finally free both their friends and the other Changelings from Chrysalis' control. While the stakes did seem to rise up a bit better with Chrysalis now shown more on-screen in a more intimidating light, I still couldn't get that attached to the plot enough to stay that invested. Though I admittedly don't really mind the new looks of the reformed Changelings (minus Thorax's rather..."gaudy" colorscheme), and it was lowkey refreshing that Chrysalis actually rejected Starlight's offer to reform along with the others before running away. But still, the whole finale set up felt too much like a bad fanfiction for me to fully appreciate it. So as much as it tried, it's still generally my least favorite finale of the show.
  3. I respect your opinion, but I still don't like Trixie. She's nothing more than an Egomaniac to me, and shewas the most obnoxious & egotistical character in MLP to me. I'm sorry, but Trixie to me is nothing more than an obnoxious show-off who's too damn smug for her own good. She's also a cheater and a bragger, and The only thing she was Great and Powerful at was being Arrogant and Unbearable and I just can't stand her.
  4. The reasons of why I don't like Trixie is the fact that She built her ego on a foundation of lies and deceit, along with Bullying and provoking other ponies to satiate her pride, and chose to punish a town, which was Ponyville, that DARED to suggest that maybe she wasn't nearly as great and powerful as she thought she was, and The only thing Trixie was Great and Powerful at was being Arrogant and Unbearable and I couldn't stand an egomaniac like her. There are two types of braggers, those who talk the talk and those who walk the walk. AJ, RD, Rarity & Twi can at least walk, and while Trixie being all talk is technically part of her job, she took it too far at several points. When confronted on her supposed "greatness" Trixie defended herself against Rainbow's heckling was telling her lie about the Ursa Major, then started calling ponies on stage to humiliate when her audience, ”her entire audience”, didn't give her a standing ovation after she claimed to be the "best in Ponyville", with only Snips and Snails praising her. Trixie said "anything you can do I can do better" she was expected to do just that, but she didn't: 1. She challenged ponies to show off their talents 2. Didn't actually attempt to out-do them in anything they do, but instead, attempt to publicly humiliate them. AJ shows off roping prowess and ropes apple. Trixie ties her up, stuffs apple in mouth. Not doing AJ's trick better Dash shows off flying, creating a rainbow. Trixie attacks her with the rainbow. Again, not actually doing it better Rarity clothes herself. Trixie turns her mane into a sewer rat's nest. Once again, that's not actually doing it better. If she really wanted to turn their own talents against then she'd: Lasso more apples than AJ. Actually use RD's rainbow and have it mimic her stunts while adding a little flair to them via fireworks or something. Simply use a spell on her own cape to give it more flair or simply made her dress prettier than it already was. But instead she just cheated by embarrassing them off the stage and back out of her own challenge. While I understand the whole "traveler spreading tall tales" thing being part of her act, she loses sympathy points because of her "anything you can do I can do better" challenge. Not mention that they called her out since she gloating about something she didn't do, plus she didn't really do anything that spectacular aside from basic magic, which really isn't a big deal in a world where it's a part of everyday life, it's not like she was pulling off Starlight Glimmer level spells or anything. Bottom Line: When you boast, it's better to boast about things you can actually accomplish, and when you challenge someone, you don't back out of it by embarrassing said challenger, that doesn't make you better it just makes you look like a pathetic, cowardly, cheater. Trixie's actions were uncalled for, she simply cheated and attacked her hecklers instead of owning up to her own challenge. If she can't do that then she's technically more in the wrong than the Mane three. I'm sorry but In MLP I kind of hate ponies that are characterized by Ego and Pride. Her redemption didn't help because to me it was forced, and to me, her friendship with Starlight Glimmer, who was the worst reformed villain, was kind of a Toxic relationship in my eyes and didn't help improve her at all, it made her more annoying to me than anything. The episode "All Bottled Up" was one of the reasons why I Hated Trixie. It doesn't make it any better to come back to it since it basically all but proves how much of a toxic dynamic Starlight and Trixie have grown to see in the show. In this instance, it wasn't just because of Starlight in the episode, but Trixie herself for her overbearing smugness and insensitive ignorance to Starlight's growing frustration while they were trying to find the map. I'll be honest, I may not care much for Starlight on her own and I consider her redemption arc to be written terribly but even I found her treatment in the episode to be unfair and terrible...And I was just sick of Trixie. The Mane 6 didn't fare any better with them being derailed into cheesy cliches of themselves in some forgettable side plot about exploring some friendship adventure or whatever, so there's very little else for me to enjoy about this episode to give it much of a pass. Trixie to me was the most obnoxious & egotistical character in MLP. I'm sorry, but Trixie to me is nothing more than an obnoxious show-off who's too damn smug for her own good. She's also a cheater and a bragger, and The only thing she was Great and Powerful at was being Arrogant and Unbearable and I couldn't stand an egomaniac like her. The Boast Busters episode, which was her first appearance, never had me like her as A character either. To me, the only thing the character was great and powerful at was bothering me and just being a pain in the ass. Even though she was the focus of only two episodes recently, she really left a bad mark on me. In Boast Busters, she exaggerated her fantasies that led to trouble and in Magic Duel, she became corrupted for the purpose of getting revenge on Twilight from BB. (And she used Snips and Snails as they were her slaves) It's already bad enough we had to have that egomaniac shoved down our throats, but once she came back and befriended Starlight, Trixie to me was the same old annoying pain in the ass who never seemed to learn her lesson. I was never a fan of the episode "All Bottled Up" but it makes me wonder why characters like Starlight Glimmer would see the good in her. I'm sorry if I offended you too much if you're A Trixie fan, but I just think she's an arrogant, stuck-up bitch who only brags about how wonderful she is when really, she sucks. Rainbow Dash may be a show-off at times, but at least she's honest about herself. Rainbow Dash Can be smug, but the main difference between Rainbow Dash and Trixie is that when Rainbow Dash brags she can be able to Back Up her boasting and can actually do what she claims she can do. Sure, Rainbow Dash can be a loudmouth bragger, but at least when she brags, she does it within her own range of talent. Trixie, on the other hand, brags outside of it and never owns up to it. Trixie always make her ridiculous claim of "anything you can do I can do better", and she was expected to do that, but she can't. Rainbow Dash can actually back up her boasts on the spot, and she doesn't issue any challenges as she knows she's not capable of owning up to. Sure she's a bragger, but she's a bragger that can actually act on any of her boasts. Trixie does not do that, and Rainbow isn't stupid enough to simply take credit for something she didn't do. Bragging outside of your skill range will only get you so far until you're backed into a corner and forced to actually act on those claims, Trixie couldn't act on them so she cheated her way out and instead just attacked them directly. Don't get me wrong, I kind of get annoyed with Rainbow Dash's boasting, but at least she backs up her boasts at the spot, and she doesn't issue any challenges as she knows she isn't capable of going against. Sure she's a bragger, but she's the type of bragger that can act on her boasts. And even after I saw "No Second Prances", I just couldn't bring myself to even like or relate to Trixie. I still didn't like the "All Bottled Up" episode, & while I'm not a huge fan of Starlight, Even I was getting tired of Trixie's awful attitude like She was. Don't get me started on her behavior in "A Horse Shoe-In" didn't make her any better, in my opinion, Trixie was incredibly obnoxious throughout the whole episode. Just like Starlight, Trixie was nothing of A special character in the show, to say the least. Do you agree or disagree with my reasoning of Why I Don't Like Trixie?
  5. Okay, I see. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and suggestions on it. I understand on your concern with Comet's conflict with Fireball, but he was a bully, so Comet would be standing up to him and be threatening to him for messing with him and his friends. It's before he discovers his element BTW.
  6. I see your concern, but I hope you'll like it. Here's what My MLP OC Would look like: My OC's Name: Comet Star Cutie Mark description: A Golden Star with A Silver Heart In The Center with A Gold Ribbon underneath It Personality traits: Serious (When Required To Be), Brave, Kind, Protective, Short-Tempered, Threatening If You Screw With Him And/Or his Friends. Comet's Fatal Flaw: He Isn't as smart or into studying as Other Ponies are. He's smarter than other Ponies think, but he just doesn't put it in full use without encouragement. His Core Element of Harmony: Faith Backstory: Comet Star started off as a bit of an arrogant Pony and kind of cared about himself at, but not to the point where he pushes everypony in his life away. He wasn't as at the top of his class as the other Ponies and wasn't into studying as much, but He started to rise to the top in Various sports and Junior athletics, which became one of his favorite subjects in school. Comet's Father was A Top Royal Guard who had good connections with Princess Celestia and Luna. He was a loving and caring father to Comet when he grew up, but as he grew up, His father became a bit more absent from his life since his job as A Top Royal Guard is A bit more demanding type of Job. He was also too focused on it, so he didn't get to spend time with his son a lot due to his duties. However, Comet Star's mother was very close to him and She used to operate A Flower Shop In Canterlot but moved to Ponyville so he can be close to his Son and spend time with him. Comet's Mother Was The Owner of A Very Popular Flower Shop In Ponyville, so she was able to visit his Son of A few occasions. One of the students Comet Star had a crush on was none other than Twilight Sparkle. Comet knew Twilight ever since he was younger, and Him and Twilight became Princess Celestia's personal students, Along with Spike the dragon. Comet Star and Twilight Sparkle started off as friends, and later on closer friends. In Twilight and Comet's classes, They worked together to Study, research, and complete projects with the help of Spike. Comet Star wanted Twilight to play some sports with him to be more active, but Twilight was more into books than sports, which he respected, so he played Sports with Spike and treated him like his best friend despite him being A Dragon. Twilight being a bookworm wasn't that much of an issue to Comet Star at first, but it did when he befriended Minuette, Twinkleshine, Lemon Heart, Lyra, and Moon Dancer, who were more supporting to him than Twilight was. Comet Star's other friends helped him gain self-confidence, which succeeded, and even encouraged him to do continue in Physical Training in his Gym Class. As A result, he became more Agile and Flexible than most Ponies, but the biggest accomplishment was his speed. Due to Comet Star's accomplishment with being A Fast Runner, he earned A Place on the school's Track Team, which was recommended by Spike The Dragon, which he accepted. He even earns his spot of the team after The Coach sees his performance with his speed during his tryout. Comet started to excel with Being A Track Racer, but one of his big rivals he encounters is An arrogant Bully named Firefall. When He sees Firefall bully the other Track Racers and Other foals like Twilight, he steps up to him and this has Comet Star to start caring about other ponies than just himself. When Firefall bullies him, Comet Star starts to doubt himself that he can beat him but Twilight and his friends and A Few acquaintances he knows would stand with him & encourage him to beat Firefall. It would be Twilight and the support of his Track Racer Fans that leads him to beat his Rival Firefall and caring about other than just himself. Before their big race, Comet Star warns Firefall that when he loses he's gonna wind up alone and have nopony to blame but himself. Firefall, being the arrogant Bully he is, acts stubborn and doesn't listen to him. The day of the race arrives and Comet Star and Firefall have a heated rivalry since it's their final race against each other. Firefall looks like he's gonna beat Comet Star but Firefall crashes and breaks both his legs, which makes Comet Star's statement about him proven true and the attendance watch in complete shock of Firefall's crashing. Comet Star wins the race and The coach along with his other friends and family congratulate him and the coach says to him: "I can't believe it...You just proved you're not just A racer, you are THE Racer. I'm really glad that you weren't those other cheating Unicorns." Comet Star responds with "I couldn't have done it without my friends and family on my side. They helped me keep My Faith in winning the biggest race of my life." Comet confronts Firefall after the day of the race and Firefall apologizes to him and says that he's sorry for the way he acted and he should've listened to Him. Comet feels A Little bad for him, but he also responds to Firefall with "Don't say I didn't warn you Firefall, some track racer you are" and Firefall decides to be a better pony going forward. Comet Star would still make great accomplishments being on the school track team, and continues his friendship with Twilight, but Comet eventually decides to take a long break from being A track racer to focus on his studies and being there for Twilight. Comet Star even Joins Twilight Sparkle on A path of Study Abroad, and during his studies with Twilight, the two Ponies would connect A lot overtime. What do you think of my MLP OC's backstory? Is there anything I should change and/or add about it?
  7. Thank You, dude. I think I'll write a backstory for my OC Sometime later, but I wanna make sure the OC Is well-written and isn't In the Mary Sue/Gary Stu category. When I get it written, do you mind if I can share it with you?
  8. That idea could work if written right. My element for my OC would be The Element Of Faith. He would be The 2nd Leader In command of the Mane 6 alongside Twilight Sparkle and He would be The Element that keeps the trust and confidence In the group and Himself against the odds they face. I hope this idea sound good.
  9. That’s A good question. It took me a lot of time to think about it but my decision would be The Element Of Faith. He would be The 2nd Leader In command of the Mane 7 alongside her and He would be The Element that keeps the trust and confidence In the group and Himself against the odds they face. I hope this idea sound good.
  10. Okay, I respect your opinion, but it's still not my favorite episode. You can't parallel the critics of the show to the critics of the journal because the journal critics are acting like these real characters are fictional and the show critics are acting like these fictional characters are fictional, which they are. It breaks the correspondence and makes no sense. BTW, I've been writing my own MLP OC, And I'm not quite sure if the OC's good. Is there A chance you can read it later?: https://mlpforums.com/topic/191745-my-very-own-mlp-oc-let-me-know-what-you-think-of-it/?tab=comments#comment-5854411
  11. I see, sorry about that. I'll remember to post it there next time.
  12. I feel like the original version of Magical Mystery Cure was rushed, & Twilight's moment of becoming an Alicorn could've been much better if given better writing. The main problem I had with the episode is while it is obvious that this episode was originally planned as a regular episode, it became an ending, and as a season finale, it is just disappointing. It clearly falls short of expectations. The story progresses slowly and predictably, without any twist. There is no real tension, everything just goes forward, until it reaches its end. Twilight's ascension to an alicorn should have been one of the best, one of the most memorable, and most cathartic moments in the history of the show. While It still is, It felt rushed and anticlimactic. So The one Big Change I would make to MLP's Magical Mystery Cure is instead of the episode being self-contained, I will write the storyline as A Two-Parter Instead. Part 1 and 2 of Magical Mystery Cure would play out like this: Part 1: Prologue: Princess Celestia and Princess Luna discuss about The book of Star Swirl the Bearded, and after the two flips through the book, they spot an Incomplete last page. Princess Celestia tells Luna that if Twilight can complete it, she'll be rewarded to the next level of her studies. Princess Luna would ask her about what happens if Twilight writes the spell wrong, but Celestia reassures her that she'll be fine. Act 1: The Mane Six would be hanging about together in Ponyville and talk about the great adventures they had together and how much they have grown since being conjoined by the Elements of Harmony. Following a quip about how happy Ponyville looks and is, The Song from the original episode "Life in Ponyville" occurs, but without the scene of an interruption of Rarity accidentally dumping rainwater on top of her, that part will occur later on. When the song is done, the Mane Six laugh together. Suddenly, Spike ends up burping A letter with the addition of Star Swirl's book which appears before Twilight. Everyone in Ponyville sees this and gives out an ooh moment, especially Twilight, who was responsible for finishing the spell. Some Ponies would question how to finish it, and One of the Ponies asks who Star Swirl the Bearded is. Twilight Sparkle explains who he is and his legend. Some of the spells Twilight used came from him. He was one of her idols when she was a filly, and it was his greatness as to why she yearns to be the best magician alive today. If she can complete the spell, She evolves to a new level of her studies. Act 2: Twilight returns home & begin to research Star Swirl and reads his book of spells, starting from the small ones to the aging spell. Then she came across the incomplete spell again. Forgetting that the Elements of Harmony were behind her, she began to chant the spell, but nothing happened. So she changed it by completing it, not knowing that the rest of The Elements of Harmony are altered in color but hers. The next morning, Twilight hums Life in Ponyville again, only to have water dumped on her. Rarity's cutie mark was Rainbow Dash's lightning bolt. Twilight asked what happened, but Rarity doesn't remember anything prior. Therefore, the Song "What My Cutie Mark Is Telling Me" from the original episode plays out here In Part 1. Act 3: Twilight panics and tries to convince her friends to remember what they did, but they couldn't. They didn't even remember what happened yesterday. Twilight races back home and looks at the book again and Star Swirl's past history again. Then she looked at the Elements of Harmony. All of the colors are altered, which has Twilight realize that what she did resulted in her friends' livelihoods being altered, and harmony quickly turned to despair. Twilight looks at the results of this which is Carousel Boutique was being boarded, Sweet Apple Acres becoming desolate, Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy feeling hopeless with their new talents, and Rarity crying into a corner for the mistakes she made with her talents. Twilight's mood saddened and felt even more hopeless. The song "I've Got to Find a Way" Plays, which closes off Part 1 of Magical Mystery Cure. Part 2 Prologue: A Recap of The events of Part 1. Act 1: Twilight would start researching her books and she keeps looking at the spell she enacted. She tried to write it out and rewrite it, but each time she attempted, it got blocked. Frustrated, Twilight throws her book down hard on the ground, frustrated. For the first time since her discordance, she felt hopeless. A tear sheds, landing on the book. Princess Celestia appears & consoles Twilight. The Two teleport into Canterlot, where Princess Celestia brings her into a room where all of Twilight's memories and accomplishments are kept. An altered version of Celestia's Ballad commences, reminding Twilight of all the hardships and accomplishments she underwent. Princess Celestia reassures Twilight that she can fix the spell and encourages her not to quit and also says that it's not too late to make things right. Princess Celestia tells Twilight to Follow her dreams and To put her heart into Ponyville. Twilight was inspired and realized if she can't rewrite the spell, she can fix it by reminding her friends of their true talents. Act 2: With the Elements of Harmony gathered, Twilight finds Fluttershy and tells her that only she can help Rainbow Dash and make things right again. The two Ponies go to visit the cottage, where the animals hold a mutiny against Rainbow Dash. Fluttershy's able to successfully communicate with them and, with help from her Element, got her true talent back. The Song "A True, True Friend." from the original show then plays and after the song, The Mane Six have A group hug and they're very happy to see themselves back to the way they were again. And here, Twilight was able to think of a way to fix the spell. They looked at Star Swirl's book one final time and noticed a pattern of attempting to live a life and evolve further, but the spells felt negative and cold. Twilight was able to connect the idea of maybe evolving into something more important and greater. And the spell was a method to conclude it. Instead of rewriting the spell from the paper, Twilight rewrote it from scratch but changed the final lines. Suddenly, the Elements of Harmony are charged, engulfing Twilight into a ball of light. When the light fades, everyone gasps to see Twilight missing. Act 3: Twilight then wakes up and unfolds her wings, revealing to be an alicorn. Everyone was shocked but excited. Twilight was surprised but worried about how all this can happen. Celestia appears and explains Star Swirl's past about not being able to understand friendship. He was a powerful unicorn, but was always alone and worked on his spells solo. His legacy didn't begin until long after he disagreed. He wanted to be great, but Twilight did something no other Pony ever did: complete Star Swirl's magic of alicorn evolution, which is A concept that's never been done before. Furthermore, if needed, Twilight can be promoted into a Princess of Magic, surprising everyone. Twilight questions Princess Celestia of how to do her duties, but she reassures her that everything will be okay, and all of her questions will eventually be answered. Twilight reluctantly accepted it but took a look at her wings with some doubt. The last scene of Part 2 would be Twilight Sparkle being promoted to A Princess and having her coronation. In her speech, she thanked all of her friends for helping her grow into the pony she is today. After a group hug, The song "Life in Equestria" from the original episode happens here. In the end, Twilight asks Celestia if everything will be fine, and Celestia happily winked, and Twilight smiled hopefully. Part 2 would end from there, but without the scene of Twilight flying towards the screen, And the ending would set up Twilight's training to become A Better Princess for Season 4. So What do you think of my rewrite of Magical Mystery Cure?
  13. My OC's Name: Comet Star Cutie Mark description: A Golden Star with A Silver Heart In The Center with A Gold Ribbon underneath It Personality traits: Serious (When Required To Be), Brave, Kind, Protective, Short-Tempered, Threatening If You Screw With Him And/Or his Friends. Comet's Fatal Flaw: He Isn't as smart and into studying as Other Ponies are. He's smarter than others think, but he just doesn't put it in full use without encouragement. His Core Element of Harmony: Faith Backstory: Comet Star started off as a bit of an arrogant Pony and kind of cared about himself at first, but not to the point where he pushes everyone away solely because he's a bit famous. He wasn't as at the top of his class as the other Ponies, but He started to rise to the top in Various sports and Junior athletics, which became one of his favorite subjects in school. Comet Star's Father was one of the Top Royal Guards, and Comet never knew his mother, but his father ended up getting killed at one point during his time protecting Canterlot. After his father's funeral, Comet was stricken with grief and sadness, but Princess Celestia adopted him and took him in because she saw potential in him and felt bad for Comet. Princess Celestia knew Comet's father very well since he was one of the Top Royal Guards and helped him overcome his grief of losing him. Despite the fact Comet Star was excelling in his class, he still felt lonely, and he felt like he should find make some friends. One of the students Comet Star had a crush on was none other than Twilight Sparkle. Comet knew Twilight ever since he was younger, and Him and Twilight became Princess Celestia's personal students, Along with Spike the dragon. Comet Star and Twilight Sparkle started off as friends, and later on closer friends. In Twilight and Comet's classes, They worked together to Study, research, and complete projects with the help of Spike. Comet Star wanted Twilight to play some sports with him to be more active, but Twilight was more into books than sports, which he respected, so he played Sports with Spike and treated him like his best friend despite him being A Dragon. Twilight being a bookworm wasn't that much of an issue to Comet Star at first, but it did when he befriended Minuette, Twinkleshine, Lemon Heart, Lyra, and Moon Dancer, who were more supporting to him than Twilight was. Comet Star's other friends helped him gain self-confidence, which succeeded, and even encouraged him to do continue in Physical Training in his Gym Class. As A result, he became more Agile and Flexible than most Ponies, but the biggest accomplishment was his speed. Due to Comet Star's accomplishment with being A Fast Runner, he earned A Place on the school's Track Team, which was recommended by Spike The Dragon, which he accepted. He even earns his spot of the team after The Coach sees his performance with his speed during his tryout. Comet started to excel with Being A Track Racer, but one of his big rivals he encounters is An arrogant Bully named Firefall. When He sees Firefall bully the other Track Racers and Other foals like Twilight, he steps up to him and this has Comet Star to start caring about other ponies than just himself. When Firefall bullies him, Comet Star starts to doubt himself that he can beat him but Twilight and his friends and A Few acquaintances he knows would stand with him & encourage him to beat Firefall. It would be Twilight and the support of his Track Racer Fans that leads him to beat his Rival Firefall and caring about other than just himself. Before their big race, Comet Star warns Firefall that when he loses he's gonna wind up alone and have nopony to blame but himself. Firefall, being the arrogant Bully he is, acts stubborn and doesn't listen to him. The day of the race arrives and Comet Star and Firefall have a heated rivalry since it's their final race against each other. Firefall looks like he's gonna beat Comet Star but Firefall crashes and breaks both his legs, which makes Comet Star's statement about him proven true and the attendance watch in complete shock of Firefall's crashing. Comet Star wins the race and The coach along with his other friends and family congratulate him and the coach says to him: "I can't believe it...You just proved you're not just A racer, you are THE Racer. I'm really glad that you weren't those other cheating Unicorns." Comet Star responds with "I couldn't have done it without my friends and family on my side. They helped me keep My Faith in winning the biggest race of my life." Comet confronts Firefall after the day of the race and Firefall apologizes to him and says that he's sorry for the way he acted and he should've listened to Him. Comet feels A Little bad for him, but he also responds to Firefall with "Don't say I didn't warn you Firefall, some track racer you are" and Firefall decides to be a better pony going forward. Comet Star would still make great accomplishments being on the school track team, and continues his friendship with Twilight, but Mario eventually decides to take a long break from being A track racer to focus on his studies and being there for Twilight. Comet Star even Joins Twilight Sparkle on A path of Study Abroad, and during his studies with Twilight, the two Ponies would connect A lot overtime. Despite The fact Comet Star retired from being A track racer, he's still recognized by other ponies for his successful track racing career and even has a lot of respect from most ponies including The Mane 6. As For his relationship with Twilight Sparkle, I was thinking they would start off as close friends at first but then start developing feelings for each other as years of them being together gone by. Comet Star would even Join The Mane 6 with protecting Equestria and solving friendship lesson, and when he does, he would be known as The Element of Faith.Twilight makes Comet Star The 2nd Leader In command of the Mane 7 alongside her and He would be The Element that keeps the trust and confidence In the group and Himself against the odds they face.
  14. You have a few spelling errors in your Reply to me, but You do have great points with how my rewritten version of "A Royal Problem" can work. BTW, One thing people tell me is they accuse me of being apart of the toxic fandom for hating The Fame and Misfortune episode, but I'm not honestly. I know some fans take it as A Way of laughing at themselves, but I personally don't find myself drawn to the episode. As for as Laughing at myself goes, I'm not one of the toxic fans, but I didn't find anything in the episode to be laughable. Seeing the lives of The Mane 6 getting ruined In a Single way wasn't funny to me, it was infuriating to watch, In fact. It's infuriating to watch Applejack’s home getting invaded, Pinkie Pie getting laughed at whenever she talks, Rainbow Dash never getting two seconds of peace, Rarity’s business being boycotted, and Fluttershy gets harassed in the streets. That's not funny to me at all, the more I watch it, the more it pisses me off. I respect their opinions and it's reasonable why the people that like the episode would think this, but I still couldn't find myself all that drawn to it, especially with the town's ponies being strangely unappreciative and overly nit-picky of these same ponies who SAVED Them from Evil numerous times in the past...Seeing the Mane 6 lives get ruined in a single day was just terrible and hard to watch. Any criticisms against the mane six made from the book are automatically bullshit to me because the journal only documents the lessons made at the end of each episode. The journal does not set out to make characters and tell stories. It's autobiographical and is made to share lessons. The TV show on the other hand is fiction. It does set out to tell stories and create characters. A fair comparison for the journal would be if the TV show was just the friendship lessons from seasons 4-5. Not the rest of the episodes. Just the lessons. If that was true, this episode shouldn't have been made because there'd be no fan criticism to base it on. You can't criticize something like that unless it gives a rancid moral. But that's not one of the criticisms that the episode goes for. Only the stuff that makes no sense in-universe. So yeah. As a commentary on the fanbase, it came across as insulting and just terrible. When Ponyville argued that the mane six aren't real characters, It doesn't work when complaining about the criticisms of this show. It brings up arguments that make no sense in the show's universe and expects the audience to take the episode seriously when it takes the arguments down. By the end, the episode gives such little of a shit about justifying these arguments in-universe that they are literally using words like "character". Just to be clear, I'm not apart of the Bad side of the MLP Fandom, but I don't like the episode, personally. I've once consider Not Asking for Trouble to be the worst episode of Season 7, and then Secrets and Pies but it wasn't as bad, but Larson's attempt to return to the staff of writers was just unacceptable. the description for the episode sounded A little terrible just by its description before it even aired for the rest of us to watch it on TV. And I was completely confused as to how Larson would think of us bronies faithfully when he wrote Slice of Life, and yet he attacks us with this crap saying "it's only for little girls, NOT for any of you older grown men!" I mean I've already heard Jim Miller making mean tweets about this in a similar manner, but Larson doing it through an actual episode, whether or not he MEANT it, is a completely different story. So how the heck could the townsponies not take ANY of those lessons the Mane Six learned in their friendship journals into account? And why the heck do they supposedly try to portray themselves as us bronies what with their thoughts on the friendship journal itself similar to OUR OWN situation on the show and its variety of episodes themselves?! And it is also beyond me as to why Larson would try portray the fandom what with the townsponies doing our parts, thinking that we're all mean-spirited towards like the crew (if the Mane Six were actually portrayed as the crew in this episode), not to mention any little fillies feel like the little children (besides little girls) who are into the show. Whether or not that's the case, it is undeniable that it should stand as more controversial than The Last Roundup when Derpy's original portrayal was offensive to the disabled. The Fame and Misfortune to me Is A broken mess in every possible way, even if there was nothing wrong with the Mane Six, Starlight, or the Crusaders (or two other fillies that seem like throwbacks to previous generations of MLP). And the worst part about it to me is the song Flawles. It could've made a good song for another episode if written correctly, But It shoves that terrible moral Down our throats in the wrong way. It's almost like the episode was trying to make The MLP fandom, and other fandoms like like ours, look retarded and uncool, when it's not like that Entirely. A Lot of MLP Fans tell me to take this episode as A way of laughing at myself, but I honestly didn't like it because of the reasons I stated. Do you agree or disagree with me?