When was the biggest turning point of the current version of My Little Pony?
My answer is the Season 3 finale Magical Mystery Cure, when Princess Celestia turned Twilight Sparkle from a unicorn into an alicorn.
This is probably the logical answer to the question, since "Twily" is the most important MLP character.Read more >
Humans are implied not to exist in the MLP world. It has been established in the Equestrian Girls movies that ponies who travel from the MLP world to the EG world become human, and humans who travel the other way become ponies.
But what about other races of primates: chimps, goirillas, and orangutans? Could such apes exist in the MLP world, and even possess human-level intelligence like Equestrian ponies?
The Planet of the Apes movies are excellent examples of societies of human-like apes. They could be a model of races of intelligent apes that exist in the same world as Equestrian ponies.
It can be assumed that apes in the MLP world already possess human-level intelligence. If the POTA-like apes exist within the borders of Equestr…
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In issue 61 of the main MLP comic book series, the Equestrian ponies and various non-pony races meet in the other-world equivalent of the United Nations. I suspect in MLP chronology that this takes place shortly after the 2017 MLP movie. And of course the MLP version of the United Nations meets in ManehattanRead more >
I personally saw it on Friday October 6. It was a fairly decent movie. The movie was valuable because it showed the foreign lands outside the pony kingdom/nation.Read more >
The producers of MLP and/or Hasbro apparently decided in the Season 7 finale The Shadow Play parts 1 & 2 and the Legends of Magic to create another version of the Mane 6. The current version is Twilight Sparkle, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy, Rarity, Applejack, and Rainbow Dash.
So they concocted the Pillers of Old Equestria, the ORIGINAL Mane Six: Star Swirl the Bearded, Sommanbula, Mistmane, Mage Meadowbrook, Flash Magnus, and Rockhoof.
Finally, MLP fans, meet the OTHER Mane Six.Read more >