Joined Dec 28, 2011 at 10:42PM EST
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Just read the story, it’s so bad, that the image stopped being scary.
in after the “inb4 the inb4s” that were in after the inb4s
clearly she shows up expecting some kind of test, and the test is her being sent off on some task she’s not certain she’s up to.
This was devastating for me as well
Yes, because ponies = fire, and it’s absolutely not something you can make a conscious decision over how you’ll react to it. I mean, hell if that were the case, anyone who feels enraged over candy colored ponies would basically be a giant, whining, pussy… right?
Christians need to learn that this is what happens when you go out of your way to make God look and sound like a total asshole.
Okay, the other two make sense, but how is Pinkie not Zach Galifianakis?
Final Law of Internet Arguments: If you’re in an argument on the Internet, you’ve lost.
This would probably look less disturbing if the eyeshadow hadn’t disappeared as well.
yes… more ponified KC Green, this pleases me.
Is he supposed to be Billy Mitchell?
Hippies were the late ’60s, in the ’70s they just did a lot of drugs minus the half-assed philosophical/political pretext.
Shining armor can create a more powerful barrier, because it’s his special talent (i.e. the shield cutie mark), whereas Twilight is capable of wide variety of magics, and is probably more powerful overall.
Also, there’s really no knowing how powerful Starswirl is.
Wildfire ALWAYS looks tired
Read it and laughed, and laughed, and laughed.
It’s funny how a lot of the article seems to hinge on the idea that real men are supposed to be pro-violence, but it’s come out right after the most violent episode in the series.
@Yinzer: Bavaria? That can’t possibly be a real place, there’s not a horse pun anywhere in the name.
It was explicitly stated that the letter was from Celestia.
I kind of think you have to give some props to Daniel Ingram for this. The musical number did such a great job of really establishing the stakes, motive, and goal of the character, in an effective dramatic, and economical way. Sure, she wasn’t really fleshed out to any meaningful degree, personality-wise, but by the time she came in, there really wasn’t any time to. Barring significant character development, a strong motivation and clear stakes are still a great way to endear a character to your audience. That alone puts her ahead of most Disney princesses.
Soultensionbenjamin: It’s really more of a “swish”
It’s more likely than a dischord toy, seeing as she’s basically pony shaped
InglipDaniel: “Also, red thumbs = the scale of butthurt”
Just because you personally, are butthurt over every single thing you dislike, doesn’t make it a universal sentiment. Most people just thumb down and move on.
Yep, and you’re still the asshole who started the god damn fight.
Except, y’know, there was that one line “Griffon the Brush Off” that very specifically spelled out that she hadn’t let a bad experience form a racial bias.
@Ingway: yyyeeaahhh…. I’m gonna… not.