Human ( )
|Residence||A house in Ponyville|
Cutie Mark Crusader
|Coat||Light brilliant gamboge|
| Cutie mark|
Butterfly (some promotional material)
|Voice||Madeleine Peters (English; credited Madeliene Peters in season 3)|
Estrid Böttiger (Danish)
Edna Kalb (Dutch)
Jennifer Baré (European French)
Luisa Wietzorek (German)
Martina Belli (Italian)
Mariya Ise (Japanese)
Beata Jankowska-Tzimas (Polish)
Leila de Castro (Brazilian Portuguese)
Bárbara Lourenço (European Portuguese)
Elena Chebaturkina (Russian)
Gaby Ugarte (Latin American Spanish, season 1)
Roxana Pastrana (Latin American Spanish, from season 2 onward)
Maggie Vera (Latin American Spanish, My Little Pony Equestria Girls)
Amanda Renberg (Swedish)
|Cathlen Gawlich (German)|
Mônica Toniolo (Brazilian Portuguese, season 1)
Maggie Vera (Latin American Spanish)
Scootaloo is based on the Generation 3 Earth pony of the same name, who has a pink and purple mane and tail (occasionally ponytails in the Core 7 serials) and a butterfly cutie mark. However, her color scheme is based on that of Sparkleworks, another Generation 3 Earth pony. Scootaloo is also Cheerilee's younger sister in Generation 3.
Depiction in the series
PersonalityScootaloo is energetic and tomboyish. She complains about having to listen to "sappy" and "namby-pamby" stories in The Cutie Mark Chronicles. However, like the other Crusaders, she finds Big McIntosh and Cheerilee's romance charming in Hearts and Hooves Day. Although brash and spunky, she is skittish and self-conscious in Sleepless in Ponyville.
Admiration of Rainbow DashIn The Cutie Mark Chronicles, Scootaloo calls Rainbow Dash "the coolest pony in Ponyville" and is eager to hear about how she got her cutie mark. In Owl's Well That Ends Well, Scootaloo volunteers to be Rainbow Dash's assistant after hearing her praise Spike for his hard work as Twilight's own assistant. Scootaloo tries to get Rainbow Dash's favor by throwing away an apple core for her. Scootaloo chairs the "Official Rainbow Dash Fan Club" in The Mysterious Mare Do Well. She wears a rainbow-colored wig, and attempts, along with Snips, to find a word to sum up Rainbow Dash's virtues.
In Sleepless in Ponyville, Scootaloo reveals her fear of rejection by Rainbow Dash during a camping trip. Rainbow Dash agrees to become an older sister figure to Scootaloo.
Role as a Cutie Mark Crusader
- Main article: Cutie Mark Crusaders
Scootaloo and Apple Bloom can be stubborn on a few occasions. In Stare Master, they argue over how to call a chicken, even arguing over whether their special talent is arguing. In The Return of Harmony, part 1, Apple Bloom and Scootaloo get into a fight over the meaning of the word "discord" during a school field trip.
Flying and scootingScootaloo still hasn't been able to master flying, a fact she is incredibly insecure about. In Ponyville Confidential, she flaps her wings to no avail when she falls out of a tree. Though whether or not she will ever be able to fly is left ambiguous, she is able to masterfully use her wings for propulsion and various stunts on her scooter. Scootaloo performs various skating tricks in The Show Stoppers, such as jumping off a ramp over an awe-struck crowd, doing a 360 and a tailwhip, and passing her scooter underneath a branch while she jumps over the branch and back onto her scooter. In The Show Stoppers and The Cutie Mark Chronicles, she uses her wings to pull loaded wagons with little trouble. Scootaloo hovers along the ground while talking about Rainbow Dash in The Cutie Mark Chronicles. By One Bad Apple, Scootaloo shows some improvement in her capabilities and can hover slightly higher and for a longer period of time than in previous episodes.
There is a running gag throughout the series that the other members of the Cutie Mark Crusaders tend to tease Scootaloo by referring to her as a type of flightless bird: A chicken in Stare Master and a dodo in The Return of Harmony Part 1. Scootaloo tends to react rather defensively to this.
Flight to the Finish heavily centers in on Scootaloo's inability to fly. She becomes obsessed with the fact feeling that it makes her unqualified to represent the Pegasi of Ponyville in the flag-carrying ceremony for the Equestria Games. She specifically identifies her relatively small wings compared to her body size as the cause of her inability, something she admits is unusual for a Pegasus her age, and expresses her fear that they will never grow and she will never be able to fly. However Rainbow Dash tells Scootaloo that this is not as important as she thinks and that, regardless of whether she'll fly or not, she's still special in her own way. Scootaloo is thus inspired to tow her two friends to the Crystal Empire using her wing-propelled scooter, and they are chosen to represent Ponyville as its flag carriers.
In an August 2012 summary of an interview with Lauren Faust, it is revealed that Scootaloo was originally intended to be handicapped and would never be able to learn to fly. Faust had conceived a story playing out over three episodes during the first two seasons, during which Scootaloo would learn that her worth is defined by her talents and not by what she cannot do. However, this storyline was evidently dropped.
Musical talentsIn The Show Stoppers, Scootaloo plays the piano while struggling to compose lyrics for the talent show. She is a skilled dancer and shows a knack for choreography. However, she fails to realize her aptitude for dancing and opts to sing a "wicked rock ballad" in an off-key manner.
In Hearts and Hooves Day, she does not sing her lines in The Perfect Stallion. However, she sings in the song Babs Seed in One Bad Apple. Later in the episode, she plays the drums during Babs Seed's initiation into the Cutie Mark Crusaders. She also sings Hearts Strong as Horses in Flight to the Finish.
Depiction in Equestria Girls
In My Little Pony Equestria Girls, the human Scootaloo is seen with her fellow CMCs in Canterlot High's library. They listen to their music video on one of the library's computers, until Cheerilee confiscates the speaker.
My Little Pony mobile game description
One of the Cutie Mark Crusaders, along with Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle, who idolizes fellow Pegasus pony Rainbow Dash.
- See also: Character appearances
|Y||At least one appearance where the character is the focus of a shot|
|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|
On October 27, 2012, The Hub's website began offering a PDF file containing seven recipes, each themed to either Littlest Pet Shop or My Little Pony Friendship is Magic, with accompanying illustrations. The "Cutie Mark Crusaders Chocolate Popcorn" recipe's accompanying illustration depicts the Cutie Mark Crusaders. Prior to a revision in early November 2012, a different illustration was used depicting grown-up versions of the Cutie Mark Crusaders with cutie marks, Scootaloo's cutie mark being a butterfly. This illustration was drawn by show layout artist Kat Stenson prior to her work on the show.
- "I said, you got a problem with blank flanks?"
- — Call of the Cutie
- "No matter what we try, we always end up without our cutie marks. And, surprisingly often, covered in tree sap."
- — The Cutie Mark Chronicles
- "I'm so, so sorry, Rainbow Dash! I just wanted you to hang out with me and see how cool I was so you'd take me under your wing, teach me everything you know, and become like my big sister!"
- — Sleepless in Ponyville
- "So what if my wings can't get me off the ground?"
- — Flight to the Finish
|Scootaloo image gallery|
- ↑ File:Cutie Mark Crusaders Chocolate Popcorn recipe page original version.png
- ↑ Lauren Faust on Rainbow Dash and Scootaloo not being related. deviantArt (2011-03-04). Retrieved on 2011 July 31. Archived locally.
- ↑ Kat Stenson (2011-02-09). Scootaloo's Butterfly. Retrieved on 2012 October 27.
- ↑ Lauren Faust on Twitter (2013-03-15). Retrieved on 2013 March 15.
- ↑ Lauren Faust shares some secrets of FIM (2012-08-06). Retrieved on 2014 January 29.
- ↑ LPS-PPP-recipe-1 (2012-11-02). Retrieved on 2012 November 5.
- ↑ Hub Media Using Fanart. Equestria Daily (2012-10-27). Retrieved on 2012 November 5.
- ↑ Kat Stenson (2011-02-09). Cutie Mark Crusaders. Retrieved on 2012 October 27.