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For this character's pony counterpart, see Maud Pie.
Maud Pie
Maud Pie ID EGDS1

Maud Pie in School of Rock
Kind Human
Sex Female
Residence Canterlot, human world
Occupation Student at Canterlot High School
Canterlot History Museum tour guide
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Eyes Brilliant turquoise
Hair Grayish violet
Skin Sapphire bluish gray
Eyeshadow Grayish blue violet
Relatives Pinkie Pie (younger sister)
Voice Ingrid Nilson (English)
Donna Vrijhof (Dutch)
Nancy Philippot (French)
Susann Schulze (German)
Voula Kosta (Greek)
Debora Magnaghi (Italian)
Suzuko Mimori (Japanese)
Agnes Fasting (Norwegian)
Paulina Sacharczuk (Polish)
Bruna Marta (Brazilian Portuguese, Rainbow Rocks)
Silvia Gâscă (Romanian, Rainbow Rocks)
Jessica Ortiz (Latin American Spanish)
Natalya Romanko (Ukrainian, Rainbow Rocks)
Maud Pie's human counterpart appears in the My Little Pony Equestria Girls franchise. She is a student at Canterlot High School and Pinkie Pie's older sister.

Depiction in Equestria Girls

Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks

Maud feeding crackers to Boulder EG2

Maud in Rainbow Rocks.

Maud first appears in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks during the Rainbooms' slumber party at Pinkie Pie's house. As she gets Boulder something to "eat" in the kitchen, Twilight Sparkle and Sunset Shimmer share their disbelief that she is related to Pinkie. Maud also briefly appears in the crowd at the end of the film when Trixie makes her getaway.

Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree

In the Legend of Everfree blooper reel, Maud appears in the scene where Sunset Shimmer speaks with Flash Sentry. She takes the small pebble that Sunset picks up, revealed to be Boulder, and feeds him crackers while walking off-screen.

Better Together/Choose Your Own Ending

Maud is the primary focus of the Better Together short School of Rock. She gives a rather pun-filled lecture on rocks at the Canterlot Natural History Museum in her trademark monotonous delivery. Maud is also featured in the Applejack ending of the Choose Your Own Ending short Rarity Investigates: The Case of the Bedazzled Boot.

Equestria Girls: Forgotten Friendship

Maud is interrogated about a drawing of the Memory Stone. She then proceeds to give a rather detailed description of all the geologic properties of the rock, which Sunset and Trixie slowly walk away from.

Other depictions

IDW comics

In the My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Holiday Special comic, Maud appears on pages 9 and 48 bringing pizzas to Pinkie and her friends' slumber party. Here, her name is spelled as "Maude".

Quotes

"Boulder was hungry."
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks
"Welcome to Rock Talks with Maud. Are you ready for rocks?"
School of Rock
"It's been rocky getting this new one off the ground, and we're all feeling... the pressure. That's a little rock business humor for you."
— School of Rock
"'Dino-mite'."
— School of Rock
"You might have thought this one is rose quartz, but it's actually amethyst."
Rarity Investigates: The Case of the Bedazzled Boot
"I can't tell much from a drawing. [...] Only that it's felsic-intrusive igneous, granular in texture, most likely arranged in an equigranular matrix, with scattered biotite mica and amphibole, at least sixty-five percent alkali feldspar by volume, with a melting point of twelve-fifty centigrade, plus or minus ten degrees. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful."
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Forgotten Friendship
"Yes I am also looking forward to it."
— MyStable comment attributed to Maud Pie, My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Holiday Special page 5
"Nice picture sis."
— MyStable comment attributed to Maud Pie, My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Holiday Special page 5
"Hello, Pinkie. The sixteen pizzas you ordered have arrived."
— My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Holiday Special page 9

Gallery

Maud Pie "magma-nificent" EGDS1

Maud Pie (EG) image gallery