|Mane||Dark grayish brown|
|Coat||Pale, light grayish amber|
| Cutie mark|
|Voice||Tabitha St. Germain (English)|
Yumi Uchiyama (Japanese)
Anca Sigmirean (Romanian)
Description and designWild Fire is an original character —though drawn under contract— of Sabrina Alberghetti, one of the storyboard artists on the show who storyboarded parts of the season two finale. Wild Fire is the second MLP crew OC to appear in the show, preceded by Holly Dash and followed by Peachy Pitt. Her design is also used with different color schemes and cutie marks for Meadow Flower and "Rainbow Drop." Wild Fire's cutie mark is the same as that of Hairpin Turn, a flaming tire. According to a journal by Sabrina Alberghetti, Meadow Flower was originally Wild Fire. Before Tabitha St. Germain confirmed her role on Twitter, Wild Fire's voice actress was unknown.
Depiction in the seriesWild Fire first appears in A Canterlot Wedding - Part 1 during Twilight Sparkle's flashback, arguing with Lucky Clover. She calms down immediately after Princess Cadance casts a love spell on the argumentative couple.
She later appears in Wonderbolts Academy with the same design as Derpy and Sunshower Raindrops, in two shots: with Starry Eyes and Pizzelle in the first, and in place of Meadow Flower behind Lightning Dust in the second.Even though by this point, Alberghetti had already left the series, Wild Fire makes a brief background appearance in Top Bolt in the establishing shot of Wonderbolt Academy.
Wild Fire appears on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #1 page 17 flying while holding onto Lucky Clover, on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #7 page 1 running with MandoPony, on My Little Pony Micro-Series Issue #4 cover RI as a filly in a picture showing filly Fluttershy, on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #8 cover A flying behind Princess Luna with many other characters, on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #9 page 6 flying with Rainbow Dash, on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #11 page 17 as a filly in Shining Armor's flashback, and on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #23 page 21. In both of her first appearances in the two comic book series, she leaves a trail of dark smoke behind her while flying.
Wild Fire appears in Rainbow Dash and the Daring Do Double Dare, with extended dialogue. At Twilight's Daring Do book club, she questions how unrealistic Daring Do's many feats are and dares Rainbow Dash to perform some of them herself.
Wild Fire is a playable character in Gameloft's mobile game. Her in-game description states, "Wild Fire is a proud Pegasus whose hooves move like... well... wildfire!"
In Enterplay's collectible card game, α #10 R and α #ƒ8, cards of Wild Fire, each state "Wild Fire is mostly known for her hot temper and high speeds, but her closest friends know that she’s also a very talented artist."
- Wild Fire: I am going for a hooficure and that is that!
- Lucky Clover: You are not going-
- Wild Fire: I am!
- Lucky Clover: I've already paid for three this month!
- Wild Fire: My girlfriends are all getting their hooves done! And you said that onl--
- Lucky Clover and Wild Fire: [arguing] [suddenly stop arguing]
- Wild Fire: I like Daring Do as much as the next pony, but do you really think that all those daring things she does are realistic? No way could a pony ever really do them in real life!
- Rainbow Dash: I... I dare anypony here to dare me to do anything Daring Do could do!
- Wild Fire: And I... dare you to do so! No—I double dare you!
- List of ponies
- Wild Fire on the Collectible Card Game Wiki
- Wild Fire on the My Little Pony Gameloft Wiki
- Wild Fire on the Fan Wiki
- ↑ Tabitha St. Germain (2013-03-01). Tabitha answers on Twitter. Retrieved on 2013 March 1.
- ↑ Sabrina Alberghetti (2011-08-24). Fueled By Rage: Confound These Ponies.. Retrieved on 2013 March 12.
- ↑ Sabrina Alberghetti (2012-04-17). More Wild Fire.. Retrieved on 2013 March 12.
- ↑ Sabrina Alberghetti (2012-12-17). Sabrina Alberghetti on DeviantArt.. Retrieved on 2013 March 12.
- ↑ Sabrina Alberghetti (2012-06-05). Comment on Wild-Fire-Fans's profile. DeviantArt. Retrieved on 2014 April 21.
- ↑ Sabrina Alberghetti (2013-01-26). A Note About the Flaming Pony.. Retrieved on 2013 March 12.
- ↑ Sabrina Alberghetti (2012-04-23). Season Wrap Up Retrieved on 2012 July 23. "No, I did not voice her and I'm unsure as to who did. I would assume just one of the regular VA's."
- ↑ My Little Pony by Amy Mebberson. Acidfree Gallery (2014-07-03). Retrieved on 2014 July 6.
- ↑ Twitter / MLP_CCG: Somepony cover one of my shifts ... (2014-05-15). Retrieved on 2014 July 6.
- ↑ Austin Hedeen (2013-12-08). Twitter / BejotyGames: Someone pulled a Wild Fire .... Retrieved on 2013 December 9.
- ↑ Sabrina Alberghetti (2013-12-08). Twitter / TheRealSibsy: Apparently Enterplay made me .... Retrieved on 2013 December 9.