History WesternAnimation / MyLittlePonyG3

16th Sep '17 11:16:51 AM nombretomado
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* {{Licensed Game}}s: A few games for the GameBoyAdvance, DS, and PC/Macs came out during this series' run.

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* {{Licensed Game}}s: A few games for the GameBoyAdvance, UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, DS, and PC/Macs came out during this series' run.
17th Dec '16 10:59:48 PM MJNSEIFER
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* ReflectiveEyes: Happens in ''A Very Minty Christmas'', when the decorated castle is shown reflected in Pinkie Pie's eye and then the scene cuts to the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane" being reflected in Minty's eye.

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* ReflectiveEyes: Happens ReflectiveEyes:
**Happens
in ''A Very Minty Christmas'', when the decorated castle is shown reflected in Pinkie Pie's eye and then the scene cuts to the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane" being reflected in Minty's eye.
** Also happens in ''Positively Pink'', when what the ponies have done so far in making everything look pink for Pinkie Pie is shown reflected in Minty's
eye.
17th Dec '16 10:46:23 PM MJNSEIFER
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*OneDialogueTwoConversations: A minor example of this trope happens in ''A Very Minty Christmas'', Sweetberry and Triple Treat are discussing how they're going to make the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane", while Cotton Candy is complaining about how the Christmas lights have gotten tangled up. Sweetberry and Triple Treat think that Cotton Candy is joining in with their conversation when she speaks, which confuses Cotton Candy as well.


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* ReflectiveEyes: Happens in ''A Very Minty Christmas'', when the decorated castle is shown reflected in Pinkie Pie's eye and then the scene cuts to the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane" being reflected in Minty's eye.
22nd Aug '16 11:43:54 AM ZarbiNerada
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* ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare: After that cake binge in ''The Runaway Rainbow'', Princess Rarity should be down with horse colic for the rest of the story.
9th Jul '16 1:05:04 PM Pichu-kun
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!!''MyLittlePonyG3'' contains examples of:

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!!''MyLittlePonyG3'' !!''My Little Pony G3'' contains examples of:



* EarlyDraftTieIn: One of the specials featured Fiesta Flair, a pony who was ultimately [[ToylessToylineCharacter canceled]] and replaced with Candy Apple. Despite being canceled, she still appeared as background pony in G3.5 as well.
30th May '16 12:37:33 PM MJNSEIFER
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** As a non-previously used in the show's sounsdtrack example; "Bouncebackability" is based on "Down by the Riverside".

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** As a non-previously used in the show's sounsdtrack example; "Bouncebackability" (also from "The Worlds Greatest Tea Party") is based on "Down by the Riverside".
30th May '16 12:35:03 PM MJNSEIFER
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** As a non-previously used in the show's sounsdtrack example; "Bouncebackability" is based on "Down by the Riverside".
27th May '16 6:54:42 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* DeconstructedTrope:
** Princess tropes get examined in ''The Princess Promanade''. Wysteria learned about the stuffy, restricted lifestyle princesses had--and the implication that before her, ''all'' princesses lived like that--likely put a damper on young girls who wanted to be princesses. Wysteria wasn't even allowed to ''sniff flowers''.
** Also, Wysteria doesn't ''earn'' the title of princess; all she did was happen to touch the magic flower. Any one of her friends could've become princess, and it's implied that if she did something to earn the title things wouldn't have gone so sour.
** Contrast with "G3" Rarity, who had actual responsibilities, power, and was selected from other young pink unicorns for the honor of making the first rainbow--but shirked her duties in favor of having fun.

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* DeconstructedTrope:
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DeconstructedTrope: Princess tropes get examined in ''The Princess Promanade''. Wysteria learned about the stuffy, restricted lifestyle princesses had--and the implication that before her, ''all'' princesses lived like that--likely put a damper on young girls who wanted to be princesses. Wysteria wasn't even allowed to ''sniff flowers''.
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flowers''. Also, Wysteria doesn't ''earn'' the title of princess; all she did was happen to touch the magic flower. Any one of her friends could've become princess, and it's implied that if she did something to earn the title things wouldn't have gone so sour. \n** Contrast with "G3" Rarity, who had actual responsibilities, power, and was selected from other young pink unicorns for the honor of making the first rainbow--but shirked her duties in favor of having fun.



** Skywishes and Star Catcher are famous for it.



** Skywishes and Star Catcher are famous for it.
27th May '16 6:23:55 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome:
** Hard to define in a series like this with LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters and never the same lineup twice in the manner of "G1" (Pinkie and Rainbow Dash may be the only characters who are in every story.) However, the first special, which introduces us to everyone, has Razzaroo as the main character and narrator, and Kimono, whose birthday they're preparing for, is named as the wisest pony in the land. You'd expect them to be the main characters, but they're never seen again outside crowd scenes. (Mind you, not ''one'' of the ponies in the first "G1" special was ever seen or mentioned again, so it's not unprecedented.) Kimino appears more in the licensed books and comics.
** Not to mention the Core 7/G3.5 era reducing everyone ''not'' in the Core 7 to either background pony or total nonentity. Most infamously, ''Minty,'' most prominent pony after Pinkie Pie, didn't get as much as a crowd scene appearance in Twinkle Wish Adventure.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome:
**
ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Hard to define in a series like this with LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters and never the same lineup twice in the manner of "G1" (Pinkie and Rainbow Dash may be the only characters who are in every story.) However, the first special, which introduces us to everyone, has Razzaroo as the main character and narrator, and Kimono, whose birthday they're preparing for, is named as the wisest pony in the land. You'd expect them to be the main characters, but they're never seen again outside crowd scenes. (Mind scenes (mind you, not ''one'' of the ponies in the first "G1" special was ever seen or mentioned again, so it's not unprecedented.) ), though Kimino appears does appear more in the licensed books and comics.
** Not to mention
comics. That didn't stop there, however, with the Core 7/G3.5 era reducing everyone ''not'' in the Core 7 to either background pony or total nonentity. Most infamously, ''Minty,'' most prominent pony after Pinkie Pie, didn't get as much as a crowd scene appearance in Twinkle Wish Adventure.
27th May '16 6:21:55 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* BigDamnHeroes:
** [[spoiler: Pinkie Pie and Star Catcher's]] rescue of Minty and Thistle Whistle [[spoiler:from a hot air balloon]] in ''A Very Minty Christmas''.
** Also, the Breezies save the ponies from going down a waterfall.

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* BigDamnHeroes:
BigDamnHeroes: Both from ''A Very Minty Christmas'':
** [[spoiler: Pinkie Pie and Star Catcher's]] rescue of Minty and Thistle Whistle [[spoiler:from a hot air balloon]] in ''A Very Minty Christmas''.
balloon]].
** Also, the The Breezies save the ponies from going down a waterfall.
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