Twist in Call of the Cutie
|Mane||Light brilliant scarlet|
|Coat||Light amberish gray|
|Glasses||Brilliant blue violet|
| Cutie mark|
|Voice||Alexandra Carter (English)|
Daniela Reidis (German)
Serena Clerici (Italian)
Ikumi Nakagami (Japanese)
Yeo Min-jung (Korean)
Gabriela Codrea (Romanian)
Elena Chebaturkina (Russian)
Giset Blanco (Latin American Spanish)
Yulia Perenchuk (Ukrainian)
Development and design
Twist shares her name with a G1 So Soft pony. At some point prior to May 21, 2010, Twist's design was discussed when Lauren Faust was at Studio B Productions (now DHX Media Vancouver); Sabrina Alberghetti "was the one on the crew that was fighting for Twist's design to stay the way it was". Twist is slightly taller than normal foals, as she has skinnier legs and her nose is more bulbous than most other ponies. She shows several stereotypical nerdy traits, such as a curly red mane and tail, pale coat, large glasses, and a nasal lisp. Her design is also used with a different mane and tail color for one of the nurses in Read It and Weep.M. A. Larson, Twist has been silent in recent seasons because her voice actress no longer lives in Vancouver.
Depiction in the series
Season oneTwist makes her debut appearance in Call of the Cutie. She is picked on for being a "blank flank" by Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon, until she discovers that her special talent is crafting confectionery, and she earns her cutie mark.
Twist appears again in The Show Stoppers during the reward ceremony at the talent show next to Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon.
Season twoTwist appears during the school field trip at the beginning of The Return of Harmony Part 1. She also appears in The Cutie Pox, joining in with Sweetie Belle and Scootaloo's attempts to guess what Apple Bloom's cutie mark was meant to be, thinking it was a delicious powdered donut. She remains next to the two Crusaders as they all watch in awe of Apple Bloom's loopty-hoop stunts.
Twist makes a background appearance in Family Appreciation Day. Apart from Diamond Tiara, she's the only pony to be remotely paying attention to Filthy Rich's story. Later, she and Truffle Shuffle hang out with the Crusaders at Sweet Apple Acres and help make Zap Apple Jam.
Twist appears at the start of Hearts and Hooves Day, where she gives a Hearts and Hooves day card to a happy Truffle Shuffle, and the two hug. She then plays "Pin the Heart on the Pony", resulting in accidentally pinning the heart on Cheerilee. She also makes a background appearance in Ponyville Confidential, where she is among the young ponies celebrating Featherweight earning his new cutie mark.
Twist appears in Flight to the Finish, alongside her classmates. She also briefly appears in Filli Vanilli, during Zipporwhill's cute-ceañera. She briefly appears near the ending of Twilight Time. She also appears with "Candy Mane" in Inspiration Manifestation at the Foal and Filly Fair. She briefly appears again in Equestria Games, sitting between purple-maned Rainbowshine and one of two instances of "Tornado Bolt" in the crowd.
Twist appears in Slice of Life with other ponies observing the Mane Six in Ponyville.
Twist, along with the rest of the school ponies, meets Coloratura in The Mane Attraction. She also appears in The Cutie Re-Mark - Part 2 during Queen Chrysalis' alternate-timeline in a hut with Candy Mane, and during Friends Are Always There For You.
Depiction in comics
In the IDW comics, Twist appears in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #8 as part of the battle for Ponyville on page 12. On page 14, Apple Bloom tells Princess Luna that she's as much a member of Ponyville as other ponies like Twist - to which Twist appears with a joyful "hiya!"
Twist appears on My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #9 page 3. On My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #10 page 12, Twist goes into Sugarcube Corner while Iron Will works the counter. Her indecisiveness on what to order frustrates Iron Will, and he scares her away. Twist also appears on My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #16 page 2.
A brushable toy of her was leaked in late June 2013.
My Little Pony mobile game description
A school-age pony with bright purple glasses and a curly red mane, Twist has a candy cane heart for a cutie mark.
The Elements of Harmony guidebook
TWIST was picked on because of her blank flank until she discovered was making sweet treats when two peppermint candy canes appeared on her hindquarters—her cutie 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|
- "Aww...! She's so precious!"
- — Call of the Cutie
- "They'll make you smi-i-le."
- — Call of the Cutie
- "Isn't my cutie mark swell? I've always loved making my own favorite sweets, but it took me some time to discover that it was my super-special talent. Pretty sweet, huh?"
- — Call of the Cutie
- "Or is it a powdered donut? 'Cause that sounds delicious."
- — The Cutie Pox
- Iron Will: Greetings, miss. How can I assist you today?
- Twist: Let's see. I would like. Hmmmm, how about—no. Maybe I should...
- Iron Will: Spit it out!
- Twist: Nothing!
- ↑ Chantal Strand (2013-09-27). My first #FF goes to the talented .... Retrieved on 2013 September 29.
- ↑ Sabrina Alberghetti (2010-05-21). Comment on MLP. Retrieved on 2012 October 6.
- ↑ ACRacebest (2015-06-17). M.A. Larson's Deconstruction of Episode #100 Panel: MLP-MSP. YouTube. Retrieved on 2015 August 24.
- ↑ IMG_2256_zps430d6d09.jpg (2013-05-04). Retrieved on 2013 May 4.
- ↑ My Little Pony From Toy Fair 2013. The Toyark (2013-02-09). Retrieved on 2013 February 10.
- ↑ Silver Spoon and Twist! (2013-06-27). Retrieved on 2013 June 27.
- ↑ My Little Pony - Friendship is Magic - Universal - HD Gameplay Trailer (2012-11-07). Retrieved on 2012 November 10.
- ↑ Game Review - My Little Pony Friendship is Magic on iPad, iPhone & iPod touch (2012-11-07). Retrieved on 2012 November 10.