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!! Starlight Glimmer
* [[WellIntentionedExtremist Starlight Glimmer]] becomes very pitiable in [[spoiler:[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E26TheCutieRemarkPart2 the season five finale]] after her FreudianExcuse revealed that her childhood friend abandoned her after getting his cutie mark. Her VillainousBreakdown reveals her for who she really is. Not an evil villain, but a scared, emotionally unstable pony, who is so afraid of being abandoned again that she isolated herself from the world and spent years dwelling on her own bitterness. Later episodes depict her as not only cripplingly insecure, but also anxious and prone to having emotional meltdowns. Thankfully she seems to be working through those problems fairly well. ]]
** [[spoiler:Even before her backstory was revealed, you couldn't help but feel a little bad for her when Twilight forces her to confront the future she had unintentionally wrought. It's clear she never wanted to go that far and she was visibly affected by the destruction she witnessed.]]
** In "The Crystalling" [[spoiler:the mere thought of reuniting with her old friend Sunburst almost causes her to have a disturbingly realistic panic attack. Whatever you may think of her backstory, the fact is that for her, it was a very traumatic experience that had shaped her entire worldview, and led her to become a bitter and twisted individual. And now, she's being asked to face the friend who had pretty much caused her StartOfDarkness. Her fear about the situation is totally understandable.]]
** And then again in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E6NoSecondPrances No Second Prances]] where she feels as though Twilight doesn't trust her to make her own friends. It gets worse when it turns out that Trixie had just been using Starlight to get back at Twilight, resulting in Starlight crying and running away.
** In "To Where And Back Again", [[spoiler:we see that she still has a LOT of pent-up guilt over what she did to the citizens of her town, so much so that she is absolutely TERRIFIED of the possibility of being put in any kind of leadership role again. She even has a full-blown meltdown when the townspeople ask her to help them oversee the festivities.]]
** In "All Bottled Up", Starlight spends the episode frustrated with Trixie, but for fear that Trixie might decide to break off their friendship if she were to yell at her, Starlight magically seals all her anger away in a glass bottle. As the episode goes on Starlight seals away more and more of her anger, leading to her becoming visibly emotionally drained and exhausted.
** Downplayed compared to the rest of the entries here, but you can't help but feel a little bad for Starlight in "Rock Solid Friendship" when she finds out that Maud left Ponyville in the middle of the night without telling her, especially since they had spent the entire day before bonding and becoming friends. Doubly so when you remember that she's had [[StartOfDarkness a history of friends abandoning her.]] Thankfully, Maud returns and they continue right where they left off.
** In "A Royal Problem", her anxiety and fear over switching the princesses' cutie marks is enough to give her nightmares. Seeing Starlight sobbing and beating herself up over her mistakes as her imaginary world devolves into chaos around her can be really hard to watch. [[spoiler:If Celestia and Luna hadn't stepped in, there was no telling what damage that could have done to her already fragile mental health.]]




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[[AC: Starlight Glimmer]]
* [[WellIntentionedExtremist Starlight Glimmer]] becomes very pitiable in [[spoiler:[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E26TheCutieRemarkPart2 the season five finale]] after her FreudianExcuse revealed that her childhood friend abandoned her after getting his cutie mark. Her VillainousBreakdown reveals her for who she really is. Not an evil villain, but a scared, emotionally unstable pony, who is so afraid of being abandoned again that she isolated herself from the world and spent years dwelling on her own bitterness. Later episodes depict her as not only cripplingly insecure, but also anxious and prone to having emotional meltdowns. Thankfully she seems to be working through those problems fairly well. ]]
** [[spoiler:Even before her backstory was revealed, you couldn't help but feel a little bad for her when Twilight forces her to confront the future she had unintentionally wrought. It's clear she never wanted to go that far and she was visibly affected by the destruction she witnessed.]]
** In "The Crystalling" [[spoiler:the mere thought of reuniting with her old friend Sunburst almost causes her to have a disturbingly realistic panic attack. Whatever you may think of her backstory, the fact is that for her, it was a very traumatic experience that had shaped her entire worldview, and led her to become a bitter and twisted individual. And now, she's being asked to face the friend who had pretty much caused her StartOfDarkness. Her fear about the situation is totally understandable.]]
** And then again in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E6NoSecondPrances No Second Prances]] where she feels as though Twilight doesn't trust her to make her own friends. It gets worse when it turns out that Trixie had just been using Starlight to get back at Twilight, resulting in Starlight crying and running away.
** In "To Where And Back Again", [[spoiler:we see that she still has a LOT of pent-up guilt over what she did to the citizens of her town, so much so that she is absolutely TERRIFIED of the possibility of being put in any kind of leadership role again. She even has a full-blown meltdown when the townspeople ask her to help them oversee the festivities.]]
** In "All Bottled Up", Starlight spends the episode frustrated with Trixie, but for fear that Trixie might decide to break off their friendship if she were to yell at her, Starlight magically seals all her anger away in a glass bottle. As the episode goes on Starlight seals away more and more of her anger, leading to her becoming visibly emotionally drained and exhausted.
** Downplayed compared to the rest of the entries here, but you can't help but feel a little bad for Starlight in "Rock Solid Friendship" when she finds out that Maud left Ponyville in the middle of the night without telling her, especially since they had spent the entire day before bonding and becoming friends. Doubly so when you remember that she's had [[StartOfDarkness a history of friends abandoning her.]] Thankfully, Maud returns and they continue right where they left off.
** In "A Royal Problem", her anxiety and fear over switching the princesses' cutie marks is enough to give her nightmares. Seeing Starlight sobbing and beating herself up over her mistakes as her imaginary world devolves into chaos around her can be really hard to watch. [[spoiler:If Celestia and Luna hadn't stepped in, there was no telling what damage that could have done to her already fragile mental health.]]
11th Sep '17 6:00:37 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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** Downplayed compared to the rest of the entries here, but you can't help but feel a little bad for Starlight when she finds out that Maud left Ponyville in the middle of the night without telling her, especially since they had spent the entire day before bonding and becoming friends. Doubly so when you remember that she's had [[StartOfDarkness a history of friends abandoning her.]] Thankfully, Maud returns and they continue right where they left off.

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** In "All Bottled Up", Starlight spends the episode frustrated with Trixie, but for fear that Trixie might decide to break off their friendship if she were to yell at her, Starlight magically seals all her anger away in a glass bottle. As the episode goes on Starlight seals away more and more of her anger, leading to her becoming visibly emotionally drained and exhausted.
** Downplayed compared to the rest of the entries here, but you can't help but feel a little bad for Starlight in "Rock Solid Friendship" when she finds out that Maud left Ponyville in the middle of the night without telling her, especially since they had spent the entire day before bonding and becoming friends. Doubly so when you remember that she's had [[StartOfDarkness a history of friends abandoning her.]] Thankfully, Maud returns and they continue right where they left off.
11th Sep '17 5:48:20 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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* [[WellIntentionedExtremist Starlight Glimmer]] becomes very pitiable in [[spoiler:[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E26TheCutieRemarkPart2 the season five finale]] after her FreudianExcuse revealed that her childhood friend abandoned her after getting his cutie mark. Her VillainousBreakdown reveals her for who she really is. Not an evil villain, but a lonely, scared, emotionally unstable pony. ]]
** As the series goes on it becomes clear that Starlight has a lot of issues. From social anxiety, to insecurity, to crippling guilt over her past mistakes and self-loathing.
** And then again in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E6NoSecondPrances No Second Prances]] where she doubts Twilight's faith in her to find a good friend after it's revealed Trixie seems to be the only pony who understands her, since no other pony outside of the mane six and Spike [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer want to be her friend]]. Even if you dislike her, it's hard to avoid becoming sad over Starlight running away crying when she realizes Twilight's been following her and seemingly judging her choices. (She wasn't, but still...) And she's also a bit of a klutz in the episode accidentally splattering Mrs. Cake with a cake she quickly created and making Big Mac talk using a spell which angered Applejack.
** In "A Royal Problem", her anxiety and fear over having potentially made a bad decision is enough to give her NIGHTMARES. Seeing Starlight beating herself up over her mistakes as her imaginary world collapses around her can be really hard to watch.

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* [[WellIntentionedExtremist Starlight Glimmer]] becomes very pitiable in [[spoiler:[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E26TheCutieRemarkPart2 the season five finale]] after her FreudianExcuse revealed that her childhood friend abandoned her after getting his cutie mark. Her VillainousBreakdown reveals her for who she really is. Not an evil villain, but a lonely, scared, emotionally unstable pony.pony, who is so afraid of being abandoned again that she isolated herself from the world and spent years dwelling on her own bitterness. Later episodes depict her as not only cripplingly insecure, but also anxious and prone to having emotional meltdowns. Thankfully she seems to be working through those problems fairly well. ]]
** As [[spoiler:Even before her backstory was revealed, you couldn't help but feel a little bad for her when Twilight forces her to confront the series goes on it becomes future she had unintentionally wrought. It's clear she never wanted to go that far and she was visibly affected by the destruction she witnessed.]]
** In "The Crystalling" [[spoiler:the mere thought of reuniting with her old friend Sunburst almost causes her to have a disturbingly realistic panic attack. Whatever you may think of her backstory, the fact is that for her, it was a very traumatic experience that had shaped her entire worldview, and led her to become a bitter and twisted individual. And now, she's being asked to face the friend who had pretty much caused her StartOfDarkness. Her fear about the situation is totally understandable.]]
** And then again in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E6NoSecondPrances No Second Prances]] where she feels as though Twilight doesn't trust her to make her own friends. It gets worse when it turns out that Trixie had just been using
Starlight has a lot of issues. From social anxiety, to insecurity, to crippling guilt over her past mistakes get back at Twilight, resulting in Starlight crying and self-loathing.running away.
** In "To Where And then again in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E6NoSecondPrances No Second Prances]] where Back Again", [[spoiler:we see that she doubts Twilight's faith still has a LOT of pent-up guilt over what she did to the citizens of her town, so much so that she is absolutely TERRIFIED of the possibility of being put in any kind of leadership role again. She even has a full-blown meltdown when the townspeople ask her to find a good friend after it's revealed Trixie seems to be help them oversee the only pony who understands her, since no other pony outside festivities.]]
** Downplayed compared to the rest
of the mane six and Spike [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer want to be her friend]]. Even if entries here, but you dislike her, it's hard to avoid becoming sad over can't help but feel a little bad for Starlight running away crying when she realizes Twilight's been following her finds out that Maud left Ponyville in the middle of the night without telling her, especially since they had spent the entire day before bonding and seemingly judging her choices. (She wasn't, but still...) And becoming friends. Doubly so when you remember that she's also had [[StartOfDarkness a bit history of a klutz in the episode accidentally splattering Mrs. Cake with a cake she quickly created friends abandoning her.]] Thankfully, Maud returns and making Big Mac talk using a spell which angered Applejack.
they continue right where they left off.
** In "A Royal Problem", her anxiety and fear over having potentially made a bad decision switching the princesses' cutie marks is enough to give her NIGHTMARES. nightmares. Seeing Starlight sobbing and beating herself up over her mistakes as her imaginary world collapses devolves into chaos around her can be really hard to watch. [[spoiler:If Celestia and Luna hadn't stepped in, there was no telling what damage that could have done to her already fragile mental health.]]
11th Sep '17 3:29:45 AM Robbyn
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* [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E3LessonZero "Lesson Zero"]] implies that Twilight Sparkle was regularly teased in school as a filly, invoking this interpretation for some fans.
** Even outside fan interpretation, she has a high order case of SuperOCD, and (at least once [[SanitySlippage literally]]) drives herself crazy trying to make everything perfect and appease her self dictated high standards, terrified of losing the approval of her peers and friends, especially Princess Celestia.
** From her reputation as a bookworm and model student, her asocial behavior early in the series, her casual comments to Spike in the first episode that show she doesn't see any value in making friends, and her intense fear of failure in "Lesson Zero", it isn't hard to infer that before she came to Ponyville, Twilight didn't have ''any'' friends outside of Celestia, and her dedication to being a good student could be either the cause or effect of that. Either way, in "Lesson Zero" she's clearly freaking out at losing the friends she's come to value and being forced to give up her new and improved lifestyle to go back to being that asocial bookworm, this time knowing exactly how lonely and isolated she'll be now that she's had friends and has lost them because of her "slip-ups". She also has a fear of failure if Lesson Zero and The Crystal Empire are any indication.
** Her InferioritySuperiorityComplex, combined with her NoSocialSkills, also makes her even more of this. She begs her friends not to hate her, puts herself through hell and back just to fit in and secretly fears that she isn't worth the attention of her loved ones, especially Princess Celestia. That her SuperOCD isn't just funny finnickyness but portrayed as a legitimate mental illness does ''not'' help things, as it seems to be in part responsible for this line of thinking. Watching episodes like Winter Wrap Up with her low sense of self-worth makes them HarsherInHindsight, and a lot of her {{Determinator}} status [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation can be seen as]] a desperate desire to [[IJustWantToBeLoved prove she's worth the affection she doesn't think she deserves that she gets from those she loves.]]
** The season 2 finale also turns her into this. Although she was acting grouchy about Princess Cadance's unusually bad attitude, her friends, brother, and Princess Celestia lose their respect for her and leave her alone in disappointment when she speaks up and calls Cadance evil. She feels ''horrible'' about what she'd done, knowing that she probably wouldn't be able to redeem herself in their eyes...[[spoiler: and even worse, it turns out that she was ''right'' to be suspicious, since "Cadance" reveals herself to be an evil impostor and imprisons Twilight in the Canterlot Caves.]]
** Season 4 plays with this a little, her worrying about her princess duties keeping her away from her friends, as well as worrying about Celestia dying (there's that scene in Princess Twilight Sparkle to consider), even though she didn't die, she still was injured before Twilight's eyes. Twilight is most certainly an AllLovingHero after CharacterDevelopment in Seasons 1 and 2, but still retains woobieish qualities in later seasons.



** For whom the Sweetie Belle toils doesn't just Woobify Sweetie Belle but Rarity as well. If Sweetie hadn't have fixed her dress, Rarity would have gone into seclusion bawling her eyes out at the loss of her job. What's worse is that she worked hard to keep the kids at her sister's party receiving no thanks from anypony and unwittingly caused her sister to feel inadequate.
* [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E3LessonZero "Lesson Zero"]] implies that Twilight Sparkle was regularly teased in school as a filly, invoking this interpretation for some fans.
** Even outside fan interpretation, she has a high order case of SuperOCD, and (at least once [[SanitySlippage literally]]) drives herself crazy trying to make everything perfect and appease her self dictated high standards, terrified of losing the approval of her peers and friends, especially Princess Celestia.
** From her reputation as a bookworm and model student, her asocial behavior early in the series, her casual comments to Spike in the first episode that show she doesn't see any value in making friends, and her intense fear of failure in "Lesson Zero", it isn't hard to infer that before she came to Ponyville, Twilight didn't have ''any'' friends outside of Celestia, and her dedication to being a good student could be either the cause or effect of that. Either way, in "Lesson Zero" she's clearly freaking out at losing the friends she's come to value and being forced to give up her new and improved lifestyle to go back to being that asocial bookworm, this time knowing exactly how lonely and isolated she'll be now that she's had friends and has lost them because of her "slip-ups". She also has a fear of failure if Lesson Zero and The Crystal Empire are any indication.
** Her InferioritySuperiorityComplex, combined with her NoSocialSkills, also makes her even more of this. She begs her friends not to hate her, puts herself through hell and back just to fit in and secretly fears that she isn't worth the attention of her loved ones, especially Princess Celestia. That her SuperOCD isn't just funny finnickyness but portrayed as a legitimate mental illness does ''not'' help things, as it seems to be in part responsible for this line of thinking. Watching episodes like Winter Wrap Up with her low sense of self-worth makes them HarsherInHindsight, and a lot of her {{Determinator}} status [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation can be seen as]] a desperate desire to [[IJustWantToBeLoved prove she's worth the affection she doesn't think she deserves that she gets from those she loves.]]
** The season 2 finale also turns her into this. Although she was acting grouchy about Princess Cadance's unusually bad attitude, her friends, brother, and Princess Celestia lose their respect for her and leave her alone in disappointment when she speaks up and calls Cadance evil. She feels ''horrible'' about what she'd done, knowing that she probably wouldn't be able to redeem herself in their eyes...[[spoiler: and even worse, it turns out that she was ''right'' to be suspicious, since "Cadance" reveals herself to be an evil impostor and imprisons Twilight in the Canterlot Caves.]]
** Season 4 plays with this a little, her worrying about her princess duties keeping her away from her friends, as well as worrying about Celestia dying (there's that scene in Princess Twilight Sparkle to consider), even though she didn't die, she still was injured before Twilight's eyes. Twilight is most certainly an AllLovingHero after CharacterDevelopment in Seasons 1 and 2, but still retains woobieish qualities in later seasons.

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** For whom [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E20ForWhomTheSweetieBelleToils "For Whom the Sweetie Belle toils Bell Toils"]] doesn't just Woobify Sweetie Belle but Rarity as well. If Sweetie hadn't have fixed her dress, Rarity would have gone into seclusion bawling her eyes out at the loss of her job. What's worse is that she worked hard to keep the kids at her sister's party receiving no thanks from anypony and unwittingly caused her sister to feel inadequate.
* [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E3LessonZero "Lesson Zero"]] implies that ** The Season 7 episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E14FameAndMisfortune "Fame and Misfortune"]] where Twilight Sparkle was regularly teased in school as publish the old Friendship Journal that become a filly, invoking this interpretation for sell-out sensation across Equestria. While all of the Mane Six suffer from the harassment of the Journal's fans, Rarity got it the worst gaining an {{Hatedom}} because some fans.
** Even outside fan interpretation, she has a high order case of SuperOCD, and (at least once [[SanitySlippage literally]]) drives herself crazy trying to make everything perfect and appease her self dictated high standards, terrified of losing the approval of her peers and friends, especially Princess Celestia.
** From her reputation as a bookworm and model student, her asocial behavior early in the series, her casual comments to Spike in the first episode that show she doesn't see any value in making friends, and her intense fear of failure in "Lesson Zero", it isn't hard to infer that before she came to Ponyville, Twilight
snobbish pony didn't have ''any'' friends outside of Celestia, and like her dedication to being a good student could be either the cause or effect of that. Either way, in "Lesson Zero" she's clearly freaking lessons. Not only does Rarity get chewed out at losing the friends she's come to value and being forced to give up by them, but her new and improved lifestyle to go back to being that asocial bookworm, this time knowing exactly how lonely and isolated she'll be now that she's had friends and has lost them business suffers because of her "slip-ups". haters' success in getting her boycotted. She also has a fear of failure if Lesson Zero and The Crystal Empire are any indication.
** Her InferioritySuperiorityComplex, combined with her NoSocialSkills, also makes her even more of this. She begs her friends not to hate her, puts herself through hell and back just to fit in and secretly fears that she isn't worth
spends nearly the attention of her loved ones, especially Princess Celestia. That her SuperOCD isn't just funny finnickyness but portrayed as a legitimate mental illness does ''not'' help things, as it seems to be entire episode in part responsible for this line of thinking. Watching episodes like Winter Wrap Up with her low sense of self-worth makes them HarsherInHindsight, and a lot of her {{Determinator}} status [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation can be seen as]] a desperate desire to [[IJustWantToBeLoved prove she's worth the affection she doesn't think she deserves that she gets from those she loves.]]
** The season 2 finale also turns her into this. Although she was acting grouchy about Princess Cadance's unusually bad attitude, her friends, brother, and Princess Celestia lose their respect for her and leave her alone in disappointment when she speaks up and calls Cadance evil. She feels ''horrible'' about what she'd done, knowing that she probably wouldn't be able to redeem herself in their eyes...[[spoiler: and even worse, it turns out that she was ''right'' to be suspicious, since "Cadance" reveals herself to be an evil impostor and imprisons Twilight in the Canterlot Caves.]]
** Season 4 plays with this a little, her worrying about her princess duties keeping her away from her friends, as well as worrying about Celestia dying (there's that scene in Princess Twilight Sparkle to consider), even though she didn't die, she still was injured before Twilight's eyes. Twilight is most certainly an AllLovingHero after CharacterDevelopment in Seasons 1 and 2, but still retains woobieish qualities in later seasons.
crying mess.
11th Sep '17 2:33:27 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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* [[WellIntentionedExtremist Starlight Glimmer]] becomes very pitiable in [[spoiler:[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E26TheCutieRemarkPart2 the season five finale]] after her FreudianExcuse revealed that her only best friend gained a cutie mark and became worried that cutie marks destroys friendships. Her motivation becomes more clear as she realizes the error of her ways.]]

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* [[WellIntentionedExtremist Starlight Glimmer]] becomes very pitiable in [[spoiler:[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E26TheCutieRemarkPart2 the season five finale]] after her FreudianExcuse revealed that her only best childhood friend gained a abandoned her after getting his cutie mark and became worried that cutie marks destroys friendships. mark. Her motivation VillainousBreakdown reveals her for who she really is. Not an evil villain, but a lonely, scared, emotionally unstable pony. ]]
** As the series goes on it
becomes more clear as she realizes the error that Starlight has a lot of issues. From social anxiety, to insecurity, to crippling guilt over her ways.]] past mistakes and self-loathing.


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** In "A Royal Problem", her anxiety and fear over having potentially made a bad decision is enough to give her NIGHTMARES. Seeing Starlight beating herself up over her mistakes as her imaginary world collapses around her can be really hard to watch.
30th Aug '17 9:22:39 PM redandready45
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** ''The Perfect Pair'' all but writes "THEY ARE DEAD" on a stick and hits you over the head with it. To make matters worse, Applejack's dad is shown wearing the exact same hat as her, rekindling the TragicKeepsake aspect of it: it might not be the same hat but she was still likely inspired to wear it by Bright Mac.
31st May '17 12:33:31 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** "Putting Your Hoof Down" had the vast majority of the townsfolk take a few [[TookALevelInJerkass jerkass pills]] and be downright ''rotten'' to poor Fluttershy. Then again, this is also the only episode [[FridgeHorror where we see her interact with the townsfolk at all]]. Is it any wonder why she prefers the company of her animals?

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** "Putting Your Hoof Down" had the vast majority of the townsfolk take a few [[TookALevelInJerkass [[JerkassBall jerkass pills]] and be downright ''rotten'' to poor Fluttershy. Then again, this is also the only episode [[FridgeHorror where we see her interact with the townsfolk at all]]. Is it any wonder why she prefers the company of her animals?
31st May '17 12:20:45 PM schoi30
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** The season 2 finale also turns her into this. Although she was acting grouchy about Princess Cadance's unusually bad attitude, her friends, brother, and Princess Celestia all abandon her in anger when she speaks up and calls Cadance evil. She feels ''horrible'' about what she'd done, knowing that she probably wouldn't be able to redeem herself in their eyes...[[spoiler: and even worse, it turns out that she was ''right'' to be suspicious, since "Cadance" reveals herself to be an evil impostor and imprisons Twilight in the Canterlot Caves.]]

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** The season 2 finale also turns her into this. Although she was acting grouchy about Princess Cadance's unusually bad attitude, her friends, brother, and Princess Celestia all abandon lose their respect for her and leave her alone in anger disappointment when she speaks up and calls Cadance evil. She feels ''horrible'' about what she'd done, knowing that she probably wouldn't be able to redeem herself in their eyes...[[spoiler: and even worse, it turns out that she was ''right'' to be suspicious, since "Cadance" reveals herself to be an evil impostor and imprisons Twilight in the Canterlot Caves.]]
9th May '17 1:57:05 AM ChaosInfinity-X
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** Various scenes seen from Fluttershy's point of view show that her stress distorts innocent or even positive reactions towards her into a huge crowd cruelly mocking her. She even seems to feel this way about her friends. The musical number in "Bats!" portrays a disagreement between her and the remane-ing five+Spike. It's the only disagreement we see from Fluttershy's point of view and we perceive Spike and the remane-ing five act intimidating towards her, circling around her menacingly and angrily looking down their noses at her at the end as she recoils in fear. When it's not her point of view, they normally speak to her as though she was on the verge of jumping off a building with her wings tied to her torso(disregarding Rainbow Dash's impatience and Pinkie's InnocentlyInsensitive moments).

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** Various scenes seen from Fluttershy's point of view show that her stress distorts innocent or even positive reactions towards her into a huge crowd cruelly mocking her. She even seems to feel this way about her friends. The musical number in "Bats!" portrays a disagreement between her and the remane-ing five+Spike. It's the only disagreement we see from Fluttershy's point of view and we perceive Spike and the remane-ing five act intimidating towards her, circling around her menacingly and angrily looking down their noses at her at the end as she recoils in fear. When it's not her point of view, they normally speak to her as though she was on the verge of jumping off a building with her wings tied to her torso(disregarding torso (disregarding Rainbow Dash's impatience and Pinkie's InnocentlyInsensitive moments).
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