Fleetfoot in Wonderbolt attire in Parental Glideance
Fleetfoot's human counterpart in My Little Pony Annual 2013
Human (IDW comics' Annual 2013)
|Occupation||Member of the Wonderbolts|
|Eyes|| Moderate cerise (S6E7 and onward)|
Brilliant fuchsia (S4E10 and one comic)
Grayish green (toy and most comics)
|Coat||Light arctic blue|
| Cutie mark|
(toy and usually show)
(fantasy in comics)
|Voice||Andrea Libman (English)|
Fanny Roy (French)
Nathalie Stas (French, season 7)
Jonathan Graßmel (German, S4E10)
Maria Hönig (German, S6E7)
Brygida Turowska-Szymczak (Polish)
Andrei Lupu (Romanian)
Olga Shorokhova (Russian, S4E10)
Darya Frolova (Russian, S6E7)
Prokhor Chekhovskoy (Russian, S7E7)
The name "Fleetfoot" was previously used for a male G1 character. This Fleetfoot is the leader of a race of ostrich-like creatures called the Sqree.
Depiction in the series
Fleetfoot first appears very briefly at a table in the VIP section of the Grand Galloping Gala in The Best Night Ever, though she has no lines and is never identified. She appears again in Sweet and Elite, where Rarity refers to her by name and she comes in first place at the Wonderbolts Derby.Fleetfoot appears again in Rainbow Falls as a member of the Cloudsdale Aerial Relay team with Spitfire and Soarin; the three compete to qualify for the Equestria Games. After Soarin injures his wing during practice, Fleetfoot conspires with Spitfire to recruit Rainbow Dash to their team and replace him. They initially invite her to practice with them until Soarin recovers, but they later ask her to join the team permanently. When Rainbow Dash finds out the truth, confronts them, and chooses to continue competing for Ponyville, Fleetfoot commends Rainbow Dash for her loyalty, having learned a valuable lesson from her competitor. The episode also reveals that Fleetfoot speaks with a slight lisp.
In Equestria Games, Fleetfoot and her team appear at the Games, competing in the horse-shoe event against the other teams and wins first prize. Fleetfoot also witnesses Spike singing the Cloudsdale Anthem wrong, and gets embarrassed because of it. Fleetfoot is also one of the Pegasi to attempt to save the crowd against an icy cloud one of the archer ponies accidentally causes.
In Twilight's Kingdom - Part 1, Fleetfoot appears alongside other Wonderbolts and academy cadets attempting to stop Lord Tirek, but she ends up having her Pegasus magic stolen. Her magic is returned to her at the end of Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2. She later sees the rainbow with Spitfire and Soarin during the song Let the Rainbow Remind You.
In Newbie Dash, Fleetfoot appears as one of the central performing Wonderbolts. After Rainbow Dash fails to impress the team and earns a humiliating nickname, Fleetfoot explains how she earned the nickname "Flatfoot" on her first day as a Wonderbolt. Fleetfoot's photo appears in the classroom in Top Bolt.
Fleetfoot appears in Parental Glideance both in the present day and in flashback as a filly. In Marks and Recreation, she briefly appears flying with other Wonderbolts. In Secrets and Pies, Fleetfoot is one of the ponies that Pinkie Pie interrogates during her investigation of Rainbow Dash.
In season eight, Fleetfoot appears at the beginning of Grannies Gone Wild with Soarin and Misty Fly, talking about the Wild Blue Yonder rollercoaster. In Father Knows Beast, Fleetfoot appears helping Sludge fly alongside Blaze.
Depiction in My Little Pony The Movie
Fleetfoot appears with the rest of the Wonderbolts during the Friendship Festival in My Little Pony The Movie.
Depiction in the comicsIn the IDW comics, Fleetfoot appears in Friendship is Magic Issues #9-10, Micro-Series Issue #10, and Friends Forever Issue #9. Both her eye color and, in a fantasy, cutie mark are shown to be different in the comics than they would be in the show, due to the aforementioned issues being released prior to the premiere of Rainbow Falls.
In the Friendship is Magic issues, Fleetfoot gets knocked out of the sky by the Cutie Mark Crusaders' fireworks at Ponyville's Summer Wrap-Up Festival and Hoedown, crashes into Big McIntosh, and instantly falls in love with him. She fantasizes about a life married to him, but her fantasy is the result of a concussion she suffers from the crash. Sometime after being carted off by medical ponies, Fleetfoot stalks Big McIntosh throughout the story, mistaking trinkets he hands off to her as gifts. When Tealove also shows interest in Big McIntosh, Fleetfoot gets into a catfight with her. In the Micro-Series issue, Fleetfoot receives an award "for defending Ponyville from rampant fireworks."
In My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #32, Fleetfoot appears on page 10 with yellow eyes. In My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #41, Fleetfoot appears, with pink eyes, with Spitfire on pages 12 and 17. In My Little Pony: Ponyville Mysteries Issue #2, she appears on the Cloudsdale bowling team.
Fleetfoot is one of the available playable characters in Gameloft's mobile game.
My Little Pony mobile game description
A high-flying member of Equestrian daredevil flying team, the Wonderbolts.
The Elements of Harmony Vol. II guidebook
FLEETFOOT wants to be good so bad. To her, flying can be really serious stuff, so she studies all the cool moves every chance she gets. She loves watching and listening to great fliers for tips.
MerchandiseA mini-figure of Fleetfoot is included in the Target-exclusive Wonderbolts Cloudsdale Mini Collection with Rainbow Dash and other Wonderbolts members.
In Enterplay's collectible card game, Absolute Discord expansion set card #69 C of Fleetfoot gives her the description "Fleetfoot's all serious business when it comes to the Wonderbolts, but those closest to her know she's a great friend, and that she has a crush on somepony in Ponyville." High Magic expansion set card #70 U of Fleetfoot lists the quote "Ha, looks like we won a little TOO hard! Uh, seriously though, I hope that doesn't leave a mark..."
- See also: Character appearances
|Y||At least one appearance where the character is the focus of a shot|
|S||At least one appearance where the character is the focus of a shot, without spoken dialogue or narration|
|B||Background appearance or an appearance where the character is not the focus|
|M||No appearance, but a mention by name or title|
|N||No appearance and no mention by name or title|
Beginning with The Maud Couple, Fleetfoot was added to the opening intro with the rest of the Wonderbolts.
- "C'mon, Soarin, pick up the pace! You can do better than that!"
- — Rainbow Falls
- "Who said they need to know? Think about it, Rainbow Dash! This is your chance to fly with the winners!"
- — Rainbow Falls
- ""Flatfoot". My first day, I misjudged my landing and came down right on Spitfire's hoof."
- — Newbie Dash
- "Oh dear! I'm so sorry! I was just knocked out of the sky by a flaming ball of... fireworks... Hi."
- — Friendship is Magic Issue #9 page 11
- "Spring... wedding..."
- — Friendship is Magic Issue #10 page 11
- "It's an invasion!"
- — Friendship is Magic Issue #32 page 10
- "Ha, looks like we won a little TOO hard!
Uh, seriously though, I hope that doesn't leave a mark..."
- — Enterplay collectible card game High Magic #70 U card of Fleetfoot
- Fleetfoot, Secret Sweetheart on the Collectible Card Game Wiki
- Fleetfoot, Natural Born Winner on the Collectible Card Game Wiki
- Fleetfoot on the My Little Pony Gameloft Wiki
- ↑ Dubbingpedia's publication of an e-mail from SDI. Dubbingpedia (2014-05-12). Retrieved on 2014 May 15.