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  1. Why do people seem to forget that Celestia banished Nightmare Moon in the moon an didn't actually banish Luna. And in the pilot it says she reluctantly wielded the elements to banish Nightmare Moon Whats up with all the Celestia hate? People seem to think Celestia did it in spite or because of the whole I'm the older sister stuff. If you dislike Celestia explain why or If she your favourite Princess explain why.
  2. "And then... the brash, hotheaded, boastful pegasus Prism Sprint painted ALL of the Peach family's peaches as a prank along with the earth pony who eats too much sugar, Blue Brownie, costing the Peach family an incalculable amount of loss in time, labor, and product! OOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!" "Why does this story sound familiar when I've never heard it before?" "Just think about it, sugar cube, I'm sure it'll come to ya eventually." Good afternoon everypony, and welcome back to another edition of "Batbrony Reviews"!! Me oh my, this show has seriously got to stop throwing so much amazing at us, for real! I have not seen track records of flat-out great episodes in this show, this consistently, since Season 2 (in my estimation, at least). We got a break last week with an episode that was very much just good, not great, but the show returned to giving us more great episodes again this week in the delightful "Campfire Tales"! This one's gonna be a pretty easy episode to review as I can simply go sequentially through the episode itself, so without further ado, let's dive right in. This is "Campfire Tales." Alright, so this episode set out to do not one, but two things, and given that it had writers who've never written for the show before (Barry Safchik and Michael Platt, respectively), that was no easy feat. However, unlike with Becky Wangberg's atrocious debut in "Hard to Say Anything," these two clearly did their homework, and the result was a great episode. So, just what exactly did the episode aim to do? First, it needed to act as solid continuity to Season 3's amazing "Sleepless in Ponyville," which we all of course remember most for being the first episode in which Rainbow Dash decided to start acting as a surrogate older sister to Scootaloo, but was also just as enjoyable for the camping subplot in which Applejack, Rarity, Rainbow Dash, Apple Bloom, Sweetie Belle, and Scootaloo all go on a camping trip together. Now, for the most part the episode handled the continuity great; it's one minor flaw was that the dialogue at the beginning suggested that this was their first annual camping trip since the last one, suggesting only a year had passed in the show since Season 3, and I refuse to believe that given everything that has happened. But that's easy enough to ignore, so I don't need to gripe about it too much. The other thing that the episode set out to do was add some very cool canon of its own to the MLP:FiM universe canon, while still juggling it's primary plot in the present, and in this the episode splendidly succeeded as well, introducing us to characters recently introduced to the MLP comics themselves in the still ongoing "Legends of Magic" series! Let's take a closer look at just how the episode succeeds in both of these respects. So to start things off we get an absolutely delightful opening scene setting up the camping trip itself, establishing that this is now an annual tradition of these three pairs of sisters. We see that Applejack is, as always, the grounded center of this group of six ponies (no surprise given that she's been trying to be a family matriarch since a young age due to the untimely death of her parents, especially for Apple Bloom, and she has the most experience being a dependable sibling of any of the older ponies here, so she can run a show like this no sweat); Rarity for her part has become considerably more practical for a trip like this, though delightfully still brings her own unique touch to it, just in a more reasonable manner; and Rainbow Dash for her part is mostly focused on using this time to hang out with Scootaloo, which makes sense considering (1) she's very busy as a Wonderbolt these days, so probably doesn't have much time to regularly hang out with Scoots, and (2) she has the most reason to do as much bonding with her surrogate sister as she can, seeing as she's been treating her like family for the least amount of time of all three older siblings and thus has the most developing of her relationship to do with Scoots. As for the CMC, Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle seemed pretty chill in their activities, but Scootaloo's own behavior further emphasizes my point that she and Rainbow Dash's bonding is especially important to each other on this trip. While the other two pairs of sisters clearly see this as one of many things they do together, Scootaloo and Rainbow both clearly see this as an event that will always be special to them seeing as it was the foundational event of their "sisterhood." On top of that, Scootaloo also clearly is far more nervous in nature now than Apple Bloom or Sweetie Belle are; her nightmares on their previous trip clearly left a bad impression on her, and this was, for me, one of my favorite bits of continuity. In a lesser show, she'd be over these fears by now as if they didn't happen, but here the writers had fun with the idea of Scootaloo instead kinda not doing too well in nature, which added variety to the group as a whole. Some people can camp no sweat like the Apples, others do it while still needing as many comforts from home as possible, like Rarity and Sweetie (though Sweetie would probably do better without them than Rarity would), and others are either bad at survival skills, like Rainbow (given that she almost ate poisonous berries before Scootaloo told her what they were) or just do not do well in nature at all and find it to be an unsettling place they don't ever get used to, like Scootaloo. But anyway, moving on, the trip is off to a lovely start... that is until of course it's interrupted by a fresh spawn of hell in this show's canon, FLY-DERS!!!! Yes, Fly-ders, little bastards that are apparently flies crossed with spiders and all the more terrifying for it. These bastards from the Luna Bay area way up in Northwest Equestria will bite you, web you (apparently they're even carnivorous considering AJ, who seemed to know the most about them, was doing everything in her power to stay away from them), and web up all your shit too just because they can! In other words, they are the Equestrian equivalent of the hyena: NATURE'S ASSHOLE!!!!!! So after the swarms of fly-ders appear, the group is forced to flee into a nearby cave, and the older ponies (after Rainbow quite hilariously and recklessly fetches their campfire from the fly-der swarms) decide to raise their younger sisters spirits and pass the time (hoping the fly-ders will soon leave) telling them all campfire stories, namely stories about their favorite Equestrian legends. Applejack starts off with the legend of Rockhoof, a legendary earth pony whose sheer determination in the face of impossible odds magically unlocked his strength as he saved his village from certain destruction! The story itself was delightful, especially in seeing the Norse-type culture that Rockhoof belonged to, but the real highlight for me was in how Applejack told it. Unlock the other two pairs of sisters, this was a story that Apple Bloom had already heard many times (further highlighting how naturally close those two are as sisters, and delightfully conveyed in how excited Apple Bloom got at certain parts of the story, even squeeing in anticipation, which was too adorable). The backgrounds were especially impressive to me; while Rarity's story probably had the most artistically beautiful backgrounds, and Rainbow's even had the biggest, this somehow felt bigger, even though it was technically a more confined story than Rainbow's was. I think it has to do with how the volcano so nicely contrasted the blue sky; normally an erupting volcano would be surrounded by a sky full of ash and fire in a scene like this, but here you had this massive volcano overlooking this tiny pony village, but contrasted wonderfully by a picturesque blue sky. The lava effects as well, although hardly the first time we've seen them, were very cool, and Rockhoof was quite an awesome character. Since we know that the Season 7 finale is going to tie into the Legends of Magic somehow, I cannot wait to see more of this guy in the finale when it comes around! Aside from being an earth pony, Rockhoof didn't tie too explicitly into the Apple Family like the other two stories tie into their respective characters, but I was OK that; it's easy enough to believe this is a favorite story among earth ponies in general, so Applejack probably heard it from her parents too when she was younger, plus of course I could easily see a character like Rockhoof overcoming his smaller size to do the impossible inspiring younger earth ponies like Applejack used to be before she could do greater feats of strength. Huh, I wonder what he's screaming at... Oh... yeah, that makes sense The next interlude leads into my favorite segment of the entire episode, Rarity's story. Things are set up nicely when Sweetie Belle expresses boredom at their current plight. Rarity in turn starts to do something I wish we saw in the show more often, use her generous nature and eye for aesthetic beauty to the benefit of others in creative ways most would never think of doing. First she shows Sweetie Belle that there's more to the cave they're in than meets the eye, showing how flecks of gold dot its wall (further emphasizing her eye for spotting gems and precious minerals as well), and even uses their campfire to create beautiful shadow puppets (and a pretty humorous throwback to ballerina Twilight as well). I love now knowing that Rarity can both do this, as well as the fact that she clearly used the shadow puppets to help tell her story. While it's possible that Twilight told Rarity about what she did, for some reason I find it more likely (and amusing) that Starlight told Rarity when they were both talking about how OCD Twilight can be sometimes Then she proceeds to tell the best story of the lot, about a unicorn by the name of Mistmane. Mistmane lived in a corner of Equestria where some type of ancient Japanese-inspired culture was prevalent, and the scenery we got to see there was too amazing to describe! So many colors, beautiful buildings, backgrounds, and clothing we've never seen in the show before, and even unicorns with curved horns, something that has only appeared, to date, in either the MLP comics or fan art! As for Mistmane herself, she was a beautiful unicorn and powerful sorceress who was forced to defeat her best friend Sable Spirit, now the empress of their region, who, after trying to magically make herself more beautiful, only made herself more ugly instead, and in her rage chose to have all of her subjects spend their days doing nothing but beautify her palace. Mistmane easily defeats Sable, but then does an even greater act of heroism; saddened by the state of her home, and simply wanting to bring back hope to her people, Mistmane puts all of her magic into restoring both her home and Sable, at the cost of her own beautiful features. While it doesn't fix everything her people have lost, their hope is restored, as is the Sable's perspective upon being shocked by how generous and selfless Mistmane was for the sake of others. Sable resolves to reflect Mistmane's generosity as best she can for the rest of her days, and the land is restored as ponies return to leading their old, happy lives. Mistmane herself spends the rest of her days wandering the countryside, assisting ponies with her magic wherever she can, and spreading beauty along the way as she does; even if there's nothing she can do or nothing for her to do to help someone, the least she can do is make their day a little brighter with something beautiful. What makes this story the highlight of the episode is not only the fact that it's a beautiful story in its own right about generosity, the value of true aesthetic beauty when used appropriately, and self-sacrifice for the good of others and how that is the highest beauty of all, but also the fact that it gives us so much insight into Rarity's own philosophy about both aesthetic beauty and generosity, and how they tie together for her so naturally. This didn't sound so much like a story she would have grown up with like Applejack did, on the contrary, this felt more like something she would have come across when she was growing older, possibly during her college days (so to speak); the story was far more refined and developed than Applejack or Rainbow Dash's were, and it clearly held dear personal meaning to Rarity. She very deliberately saw herself, or at least a pony whose example she wants to follow, in Mistmane, though unlike Rainbow she did not flat out state it either. For her, in this moment, it was most meaningful sharing something so personal and beautiful with her friends and her beloved sister, further illustrating how, even in telling this story, Rarity's generous nature was on display, and also went hoof in hoof with her love of spreading beauty to others as well. Hands down the best segment of this episode for me, it just might also be Rarity's highlight moment of Season 7 thus far, making "Campfire Tales," oddly enough, Rarity's best appearance in Season 7 to date, which is incredibly odd given that she was not the primary focus of the episode itself. I cannot even begin to imagine how complicated and technically difficult some of the animation and backgrounds were in this story... I mean... JUST LOOK AT ALL OF THIS!!! Easily some of the best, complex, and most beautiful animation we've seen in all of Season 7, or the entire show for that matter, so far! Finally, after Rainbow causes a cave in when the fly-ders (little bastards that they are) start advancing on the group again, Scootaloo has a near panic attack, and Rainbow decides it's her turn to tell a story. Uh, Rainbow, I think ya got something on your... ya know what, nevermind, I'm sure you'll notice eventually The best part about the set up for this one (as well as the story itself) is that Rainbow is clearly telling this to calm Scootaloo down. It fits Rainbow's demeanor and personality that she is protective to her surrogate sister, and doing something like this is about as much of a softy as she typically gets. She may have acted a bit gruff at times, acting as though she were annoyed at Scootaloo's panic, but really you could tell she was just trying to put on a brave face for her as she reassured her everything was going to be OK. The story itself wasn't particularly remarkable (especially after Rarity's), but Flash Magnus is easily the best Flash on this show (suck it, Flash Sentry), and it did feature some pretty awesome flying scenes as well as some of the best dragon action of the show (including with, presumably, Ember's father, the former Dragon Lord Torch). I did find it super cool on a personal level that the commander of the pegasi in the Royal Legion was called Commander Ironhoof; I say this because I have a minor character featured in Equestrian history in my own fic-universe in my fic "Batmare Begins" whose name was Eisenhuf, that is, German for Ironhoof! Total coincidence of course, but it was pretty cool seeing the show runners decide that's a badass name for a pony just like I did some time ago. Other than that, the story featured some cool action and a cool new Equestrian hero (I'm going to presume it took place before the Sisters arrived since the pegasi seemed to be in old Pegasopolis armor), but a fairly standard lesson about one's loyalty bringing out your most heroic side. This felt more like a story Rainbow would have learned in school than from her parents, but instantly latched onto when she first heard it; being totally awesome as a result of your loyalty to your companions and friends is something she clearly prizes, so it's unsurprising this was one of her favorite stories. OK, that is admittedly bucking awesome... ...but holy shit, that's adorable!!! After the close of Rainbow's story, (and a failed attempt from Applejack to clear the cave in, but to her credit, she did come close; let's say she had her very own "Captain America almost lifts Mjolnir" moment and almost channeled some Pie-family magic into her strength) the sisters decide to go through the back of the cave, and follow an underground river. Their spirits have all been bolstered at this point by the stories, both young and old, and the river, fortuitously enough, leads to Winsome Falls, their destination for the camping trip. The younger sisters, emboldened by the stories they've just been told, are determined to salvage the trip here, and the older sisters are happy to oblige, glad to see their younger counterparts happy. The episode closes on a happy note, and all is well. Woah! Check out the return of wet-mane Rarity (bonus points for a lil' wet-mane AJ too ... oh don't look at me like that, YOU KNOW YOU WERE THINKING IT TOO!!! ) If this episode has any lesson at all (besides those contained in the stories themselves) it's in the power of older siblings to impact their younger siblings lives for the better in the low moments. Older siblings, especially when their siblings are genuinely smaller than them, can do things they can't, but more importantly are figures they look up to. This doesn't mean the things older siblings do always have to be big, rather, small acts are often some of the most important that their siblings will remember years later. The little ways they went out of their way for them when they didn't have to. As an older sibling myself, I loved getting to see these sides of Applejack, Rarity, and Rainbow Dash once more, always do whenever it happens, and so I found myself very, very appreciative for everything this episode did. It's another great episode of Season 7, and me, I got no complaints on my end about that. Until next time, everypony, this is Batbrony signing off. I'm off!!! *cue dramatic exit*
  3. It's a different dimension. Lauren and her succeeding minions have chosen to give a sibling to one of the other Mane 6 that isn't Twilight Sparkle. Ignoring the obvious changes and complications it would have for everyone's favorite wedding episodes, if one of the other Mane 6 were to have a sibling suddenly be introduced, much like how Shining Armor was with Twilight, which pony would it be, and what would the sibling be like? For me personally, the thought of Rainbow Dash having an older brother appeals to me, as a head-canon concept. She's a loose cannon most of the time; she's competitive, brash and can have an inflated ego. Ergo, I can imagine her having an older, more mature, cool cucumber of a brother who tries to keep her in check, attempting to keep her on as short a leash as possible best he can when he's around, to various levels of success. All for her best interests of course, to make sure she doesn't overdo anything, or accidentally hurt herself. I can also completely see her getting flustered and embarrassed at any and all affection or talking to's he attempts, as she thinks she's 'far too cool' to be seen being hugged or scolded in public Eh, just seems like it'd be an interesting relationship. How bout ya'll? Can be any of the mane 6, even those who already have a younger or older sibling. Just brainstorming and discussing, here ^^ Being a hypothetical version of the show, each of the mane 6 don't 'have' to still have the siblings they have in the real show.
  4. I wanted to try something new and then decided to draw them together in a single picture. Yep, isn't something, like, "amazing" but it's good enough.
  5. Who is your favorite combination of siblings in MLP? Why so? Or can you not choose only one?Personally, I love Applejack and Applebloom the best. This is more of a recent development over the past week or so, however, I now solidly support them because I feel of all the sibling relationships, they are the closest, and the cutest. Twi and Armor are incredibly close no doubt too, but Twi as well as the shows' audience have seen very little of him, so that's my thoughts on that.Applejack to me is just the ideal big sister. She's wise on sibling relationships, as she showed Rarity how to better her own relationship with Sweetie Bell, she's playful, kind, fair and overall an extremely good role-model. They're just super cute :3--One other thing that you can mention, if you'd like, is any characters you view as siblings who are not by blood. If there are any non-sibling ponies you see as having a sibling-type relationship, then mention them too!Dash and Applejack for myself. They're competitive but also very good friends. To me they represent a sort of a classic 'Sisters who get on each others nerves as much as they get along' situation.
  6. Hey, I've been experimenting with profile drawings and this is what I ended up with. I'm actually pritty proud of it since I'm only a beginning artist and i still have a lot to learn. I also know luna's manes/hair look a bit different but I did that on perpose, I think it looks cool but let me know what you think about it. Ps. I hope that this is the right place to put it since they are humand and not ponys. But I think this is the right section
  7. ~WELCOME TO THE MAUD & TRIXIE FAN CLUB!~ I've no clue if anypony here actually cares about this pairing, but I'm curious all the same. x3 Feel free to share anything to do with these two, whether you ship them as lovers or friends, or as anything else! Forum rules and commonsense apply, and please try not to just post about only one of them; there's a fanclub for both Maud and Trixie individually if that's what you're looking for~ ~FANWORKS~ ~Have fun!~
  8. Originally this song was gonna be acoustic song, but it turned into this soft indie-punk sound that i just had to keep adding onto with airy vocals and a highly distorted electric guitar in the background all topped off with heavy reverb to give the song a bit of a ring Part of my EP Equestrian Serenad3Z on Bandcamp
  9. So I was watching the Sleepless In Ponyville episode and I just wondered if scootaloo has a sister? Is it rainbow dash?
  10. Chapter 1: The Dreamscape Nopony would ever expect Equestria to fall into a war, but it did. Every race was against eachother, this could have been avoided had Celestia just listened to her younger sister. This story among others will tell a tale, the only difference is... there will never be a happy ending. Luna had just finished her job of raising the moon, and now it was time to move into the part of her job she loved the most. She enjoyed being the hero when it came to dreams and whatever nightmares floated about she was sure to stomp them out. Now of course seeing ponys dreams meant keeping them a secret, she wasn't allowed to tell anypony what she saw and so far she hasn't. Luna closed her eyes and entered the dream realm. One of the first stops she always made was her sisters dreams. Making sure her sister, Celestia, would have enough sleep so that she could rule the day happily. Just like always her sister was dreaming about raising the sun. Luna shook her head 'She always has the same dream'. Just as before Luna closed her eyes and entered another dream. She knew who's dream it was before she opened her eyes. "Mmm, cupcakes." she said. She knew Pinkie Pie always had partys in her dreams and that she would never have any nightmares, because lets face it, all she does is laugh at them. "Heya Luna!" Pinkie Pie shouted. "Hay Pinkie, who's party is it today?" Luna asked. "Silly filly don't you know?" Pinkie giggled. Luna thought for sometime, "No I don't." she replied. Pinkie Pie giggled again "It's yours silly, after all it will be your last." she said. This startled the princess, 'Last party? What is she talking about? Maybe she doesn't know that alicorns live forever.' "Okay listen Pinkie Pie i'm going to get going. I have alot of dreams to visit tonight." Luna said. She watched as Pinkies hair somehow deflated, losing all her curls and becoming straight. Pinkie Pie sighed. "If you must." Luna continiued to visit dreams, stopping at each one to make sure there was no nightmares. She was halfway done with ponyville when she came upon a dream that worried her. This dream belonged to a pony called Night Flame, this dream was placed in Ponyville and yet, it wasn't Ponyville. Instead of houses there waws piles of ashes, and within the streets lay bodies. "This will be your last." Pinkie Pie's words bounced around in Luna's head. 'I wonder if is what she was talking about.' Luna began to fly around in the dream hoping to find at least on survivor, but instead she found none. She wondered what had happened to cause this much damage. She stopped thinking the worst and started to work her magic, turning the dead bodies back into live ones, putting houses were ashes were and returning things to their former glory. When she finished, Luna looked around and admired her work. Just befoer she left the nightmare came bac. This has never happened before, a nightmare turning into a dream and then back to a nightmare. Before Luna could try again the sun started to rise blinding her as Night Flame woke up. With questions unanswered Luna returned to her mind. She knew Celestia was raising the sun, but for what reason she didn't know. There was still supposed to be several more hours of night. When Luna opened her eyes she starte looking for answers, and she knew where to look first.
  11. Here are some sketches I did of Rarity as asked by my friend ooBrony I felt like posting the three I made, kinda a sketch dump but at least they looked good to me. The necklaces I decided were a way of bonding between the two sisters. Rarity made Sweetie Belle's and Sweetie Belle made Rarity's. Front view walking: Rarity inspecting cloth for a next outfit design: Adorable sister hugs: I do take free requests at times, mostly for friends. It helps me practice and improve my skill. *shrugs* These are just doodle dumps. I only use pencils/pens and paper to draw and I only use colored pencils to draw. I am not good with digital art. If you have questions or critiques you can post them in the comments or you can PM me. I am open to any questions. Keep being cool and brohoof everyone!
  12. Okay guys I saw the teaser for Bloom and Gloom. And then AJ sang. ...Wow my heart has taken a serious blow.
  13. This is just something I whipped together real quick, I wanted to show off the mane/tail animations I did of Celestia and Luna. The color quality annoys me, but that's what happens when you know nothing about Flash and save as GIF images. What do you guys think?
  14. They have already proved that they are caring, dependable big sisters, but who do you think is the best at being a big sister? (Cadance as Twi's sister, Dashie as Scoot's sister) And who would you like to be your big sister in real life? My answer the best big sister is A.J. She provided clubhouse for CMC. She's able to have fun with apple bloom at work so they probably spend more time together than other sisters. But in real life I kinda prefer a big sister like Maud... On a side note: Am I the only one think Luna should be the older sister?
  15. Something that I've noticed about the Disney movie Frozen... we all know it is massively successful around the world, and that it has a noticeably larger fanbase than most other recent Disney anmated features, specifically, the active Internet grownup fanbase.... enough where there is serious discussion of which female character is most appealing, Anna, or Elsa. There are a few similarities to our special pony show and this Disney film (animation, female characters, musical, but in the grand scheme of things one is a TV show and one is a more recent feature film with an understandably much larger audience) but the one I am thinking of are that they both have two royal sisters. The FiM fanbase tends to... and I don't speak for everypony here, "prefer" one pony princess over another, especially among the two sisters. With Elsa and Anna from Frozen, a direct comparison of which one matches up with which pony is... not precise. Luna has the darker past... so maybe she is more like Elsa... She is more hammy tho, maybe like Anna? Princess Anna has a forgiving and optimistic spirit, there are shades of that in Princess Celestia. Do people who tend to "prefer" one pony sister as their favorite also lean toward a favorite Arendelle sister? I defnitely have Luna as my fave princess of any pony princess, but for Frozen.... I dunno, maybe Elsa has a more interesting character design and singng voice.. I generally don't find her characterization very interesting or even amusing tho, she is kind of a Disney emo. Discuss your thoughts of these two pairs of royal sisters!
  16. Hello punny humans. We are the Chimera sisters of the Equestrian flame swamp. Don't worry, we're not going to eat you, unless you have something tastier in store, like pie. Anyway, we're in the mood to answer your silly little questions. I'm the lead tiger head, but you can also ask stuff to my annoying big-mouthed sisters, goat and snake.
  17. I've been presenting a lot of theories in their own separate topics, so here's a two-fer, in attempt to save a little more forum space for the rest of you guys. XD I want to focus on family- providing my thoughts on whether it's too late for Celestia and Luna bonding episode, or if can be done in a way relevant to helping one of the Mane 6 grow, themselves, as well as my thoughts on whether Scootaloo actually has a sister and doesn't know it could be Fluttershy- and of course, getting all of your thoughts on the same points I'd be bringing up. So without further ado, let's get into the first topic! #1: Is it too late in the series for DHX to start attempting to focus on Celestia and Luna bonding? Serious question, here, folks. It was back in the very first 2 pilot episodes that we learned of Luna; her transformation into Nightmare Moon and her decisions to cast not only all of Equestria, but the entire world into an eternal night, out of jealousy and bitterness that Celestia's talents were appreciated by ponies, rather than her own- as ponies slept through the night that she brought for them. In the past events were only glossed over briefly in season 4, when Celestia comes clean and admits to regretting those actions; having to live with the fact that she banished her only, beloved sister to the moon for a whole 1000 years, and that the Summer Sun celebration was only a horrid reminder of that day for her. Now, we're moving into season 5, and...well...i have to wonder if there's really any room for an episode or two to feaature these sisters, going further into Celestia's guilt and grief, and possibly desire to rebuild the bonds with her sisster that she had before Luna's banishment, of if it would be coming far, far too late; being so detached from Nightmare Moon's defeat, in terms of time. Should a re-bonding episode have come sooner? Frankly, though, there's a handfiul of events in past episodes that set down the foundation for DHX to venture back to these and give them a fresh spin with the Sisters participationg for the festivities, on their off day. Family Appreciation Day (as seen in the episode), and the Sisterhooves Social 9also seen in the episode by the same name) are both great events that the royal Sisters could join, as Celestia attempts to rebuild their family bonds. (and we've all seen how competitive and fun-loving Luna is, in the MLP comics, right?) As for Family Appreciation day, it'd be interesting, for sure, to see Cherilee have the royal sisters as guests in the schoolhouse, to tell their story and let us glimpse what their past might've been like, pre-princesshood, long before they sought to overthrow Discord and his reign of chaos. #2: Is Scootaloo Fluttershy's sister? Sometimes, I wonder. Bronies are always wondering why family members of these two, in particular, have never been seen, when we've been given glimpses of the rest of the Mane 6's families. In gen 3, Scootaloo is an earth pony with a pink and purple mane, along with a butterfly cutie mark. She's also related to Cherilee- also an earth pony. In the MLP: FIM promo material drawn by layout artist, Kat Stenson-, the CMC were shown as adults, and Scootaloo had a butterfly cutie mark, as her generation 3 counterpart did. This leads me to believe that there is the possibility of Scoots being related to Fluttershy- as both are seen as weak fliers (and picked on for being as such), which isn't the norm for pegasi (could be a hereditary trait that runs in their family), and both would likely be sharing a similar cutie mark, somehow involving animals. (not to mention that Fluttershy has light pink hair and Scoots had dark pink, and their coats share similar color scheme-although some siblings in MLP don't share the same color similarities in coat and mane; I.E; Twilight and Shining Armor or Luna and Celestia) As for explaining why these two haven't (or barely) interacted, or perhaps don't even know they're sisters could be due to the possibility of their parents having separated, and each getting custody of one child; neither telling Flutters or Scoots of their sibling; whether from them simply not asking, or from the parents dodging the subject, if either did ask. While on the subject of siblings- if it was proven that Fluttershy wasn't related to Scootaloo, do you think Bulk Biceps could be Scoot's sibling, instead? Both he and Scootaloo also are weak fliers and have abnormally small wings for their age and girth- as well as both quickly beating their wings more like a hummingbirds', rather than leisurely flapping, as most pegasi do, but unlike Scootaloo, Bulk Biceps has trained himself how to fly with his tiny wings.
  18. Between the two sisters, who is Spike better off with, anyways? think Sweetie-Belle has a better chance at winning Spike's heart than Rarity does, and he has a bigger chance with her than he does with Rarity. I mean, let's face it, people...for one, Spike is a baby dragon, and Rarity is a full grown mare who only chases after rich hunks. When you think about it, Sweetie-Belle and Spike are both children, basically around the same age i'm guessing? I'm not judging the pairing by age or anything, but it just feels more likely disregarding the fact Spike is in love with Rarity. In fact, I would fan girl squee if there is EVER a SweetieSpike moment in MLP. So which pairing do you support out of both? Would you mind backing up your reasoning?
  19. I didn't see a topic about this so I decided to post one. So in the season four finale we see Twilight getting raised to the rank of a Princess, in which she becomes an alicorn. Ermergerd wings! However, in this we see a process in which she gets zapped in something almost like a rebirth process, where Celestia makes her all speshul and stuff. (I have no idea, because I've only seen that part of the episode, not the full thing. Maybe I'm not the most informed.) So, how were the sisters created? When we seen the Equestrian flag, the two sisters are on it, so obviously someone knew of their existence. Besides the fact that they could have asked the sisters to help with the blizzard, why were they already alicorns? Did they already possess the Elements of Harmony, which allowed them to become alicorns? Had Discord already been defeated at this point and that aided them in their transformation? Were they born that way? I'm kind of confused about the loose ends that they have here. Is there a possible Luna/Celestia backstory coming up in the future? (If you know, please don't spoil it here, LOL.) I know there's a book about the show, so did it answer this question in there?
  20. Here are a couple of my ideas for a larger set of canvas paintings. I wanted to show each sister faced with their sort of "end of shift" in the sky that'll be painted in once I transfer these.
  21. So, who else is stoked for this game? It has gotten pretty good reviews. I've been looking into the series ever since I ran across the excellent DS game: It's a series that started as a (surprisingly entertaining) ripoff of the Mario series developing it's own personality under a new and very talented group. And it has awesome music, too.
  22. For Christmas I made a series of drawings for my little sister about the sisters in Equestria. I thought I would post them here too. Let me know what you think! As usual, they look better in real life as the scanner killed the colours, there is a lot of tone that you can't see here unofrtunately.