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  • Tijopi11

    It's become pretty obvious that Discord has now been entered as one of the big characters in MLP- perhaps more than a background character but less than the mane six and just a few steps behind characters such as the CMC or Big Mac. And might I add- I think I can speak for plenty on how much I'm LOVING this!!

    Something I've noticed is, the more screen time Discord actually gets, the more defined and well-rounded his character becomes. In other words, he's no longer just a character we know who's the villain, and thus has no other motivations or desires besides causing havoc. Something amazing here is that, the more we see Discord, the more we get to understand him- he's even starting to develop flaws! We all know how much of a pity it is mo…

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  • Tijopi11

    Fluttershy and AJ's argument

    December 28, 2013 by Tijopi11

    [I tried to post this as a comment on YouTube, but for whatever reason, Youtube won't let me publish my comments. This keeps happening and I keep forgetting, thus I write long thought-out comments in replies only to realize I waisted my time. This time, I got the idea to just post it as a blog on wikia. So, here it is:]


    Garuu Spike: In general, AJ is right from any logical standpoints. Fluttershy's arguments don't have any credibility whatsoever and every one of them falls flat when you think them through. The episode's moral as a whole is wrong. Ask any farmer about pests like bats. None of them will tell you "Oh, we just side aside some of the orchard for them." None of them will tell you "Havin' bats spit seeds everywhere is a lot more e…


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  • Tijopi11

    Here's my first impressions:

    Good:

    - Did they seriously use the word "sin" in that song? And some other language I wouldn't expect AT ALL in a MLP episode? DANG! Since I love seeing MLP turn towards deeply mature subjects, I'm going to give that one a plus.

    - I liked the changes in the song from each character. How, during Fluttershy's part, the music got happier and lighter, and during Applejack's part, the music got deeper and and even the background got darker. Showing all of fluttershy's friends as dark as the song progressed, and then showing fluttershy turn dark later in the song while she was all bright and happy in the beginning, is sort of like a visual transformation of Fluttershy's feelings (a.k.a the progression of how her friends…

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