After God-knows-how-many incredible pony videos and songs, such as Eurobeat Brony's amazing remixes and Mr. Yaridovich's Youtube Poops, a Youtuber named NRGFORCE decided it was time for a medley. This was born, and it was fantastic. Go ahead, see if you can name all of the songs.
And for Brony Appreciation Day he made this medley. And it is awesome.
And the original uploader has confirmed that, yes, a second anthology is on the way. Said the current top rated comment:
"And thus, the entire community got together, and had a massive orgy in celebration. And it was good."
That anthology is out now and while all of it is good, the best has to be the ending. Why? A condensed recreation of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Cutest. Starchild. Ever.
The third one has been confirmed. How is this one announced, you ask? Oh, nothing special, just through a Super Metroid parody!
And now it's out. The awesome moment in this one? Getting M. A. LARSON HIMSELF to deliver a "Twilight died'' joke.
This video chronicles what every older fan goes through when they first watch.
This remix. Various youtubers have commented saying that this video encompasses why this show is so awesome.
The Cutie Mark That I Get. Definitely one of the best tribute PM Vs ever. One reason it's so awesome is the perfect editing and song choice, and the fact that it uses some of the most epic and memorable scenes from all 26 episodes of Season 1.
The Anthem of Harmony. Made as a tribute to The Mane Cast and the Elements of Harmony, it reeks of epicness, thanks to "The Unsung War" as background music. Well written lyrics that form into the legend are combined with the song's sweeping orchestra and Latin chanting for excellent result.
While we're talking about Ace Combat, these threeponifiedtrailers are done almost perfectly, combing scenes from the series with footage from the trailers.
This PMV of Bohemian Rhapsody works exceptionally well. The editing is spot on, particularly the syncing and the scene choice.
Star Ponies Gangsta Rap Mix. Essentially, two versions of Star Wars Gangsta Rap, only with changed characters. Features good lip-synching and despite the profanities, it manages to remain entertaining and funny.
Thisawesome fanmade trailer for the first two episodes. It's so amazingly done it looks like a real movie trailer!
This We all know eventually, this great show, like all things, must end. But the memories, those will last a lifetime.
Dziwne zachowania (Weird behaviors) - probably the first PMV in foreign language. A crazy Polish rap song with perfectly blending scenes, it shows Discord singing about tolerating madness. Features Mane 6 and Trixie and has literally translated ponified lyrics.
Bonus points for Discord playing the role of Jaroslaw Kaczynski, a controversial Polish politician.
Now we also have Swir (Crazy Pinkie Party) - this one being focused almost entirely on Pinkie Pie. Again, it has translated lyrics.
''Transcendence''; a PMV set to Creed's "Higher". Done in full CGI by the video creator. Mixing some animation from the show along with some backgrounds. And containing three fan-made pentagrams about the six elements, Celestia and Luna. With text fully translatable into English.
And now there's this, in the style of the original Dr. Who radio drama of yore. Bonuses for absolutely hilarious blooper reels!
Episode 4 not only has an extremely well done version of the Winter Wrap-Up song, but explains why Ditzy went north to get the southern birds. The Doctor took her there by accident. And while they were there, they save the world from an alien attempting to plunge it into an ice age. And what's Ditzy's response to being asked to be the Doctor's companion? Jump in head first!
Ponycraft 2. The synching is near perfect, the images correspond (humorously) with that of the trailer it's based off of. It's also one of the first "pony trailers" to become widely popular, helping influence other bronies to create their own epic pony trailers. Also doubles as a Crowning Moment of Funny.
This video combines My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic and Mulan, also capturing the scenes from Mulan to make one of the most epic things you will see, especially after the 2:35 mark, where they show all of the epic moments throughout the series.
This video combines Rainbow Dash with the song "I Can Go The Distance" from Disney's Hercules and it syncs up beautifully.
This video which shows most of the epic moments of Season 1 along with the song "What I'm Made Of" from Sonic Heroes. Yes, and it's amazing.
This video features all of the ponies' most awesome moments from Season 1 along with how they got their cutie marks combined with the song "Live And Learn" from Sonic Adventure 2. As wonderful as it is in the beginning, it goes Up to Eleven and beyond once it hits the 2:30 mark.
Currently, it has subtitles in three languages: English, Polish and Swedish. The creator states that if any brony is willing to provide subtitles in other languages, he'll be glad to add them to the list.
Ladies and gentlemen, The Beatle Bronies!! They are a group of Youtube users who take Beatle songs and ponifies the lyrics. It somehow manages to make many of their covers as powerful as the originals.
This stop motion video crossover with a Guncannon protecting Fluttershy from a Zaku. When he starts getting beaten, Fluttershy's Mama Bear side kicks in and the Zaku finds out the hard way that even if you're a heavily armed mecha, you do NOT hurt Fluttershy's friends!
This animation of young Discord and Celestia, set to a beautifully-sung pony version of "Heaven's Light". It's overall very sweet if a little sad, but most impressively has professional-caliber staging and drawing.
Bonus points that the singer actually sounds like Tom Hulce.
There's only one pony who can deal with Cutie Pox: Horse MD!
Since the release of The Return Of Harmony Part 2, there had been countless videos setting the end Star Wars homage to the music on which that homage is based. Well, one Youtube user decided to go one step further and set most of the two part saga to cues John Williams wrote for Episode 1. Filtering out William Anderson's score, he gave himself a clean slate to work with and went nuts from there. Now, you're probably wondering to yourself, "Would it be any good, then?" Let me just put it this way: "For the answer that you seek, go ahead: take a peak."
This video (a crossover between the show and Higurashi: When They Cry) is about two minutes of fanimation as seamless and vividly coloured as the canon series. The meticulous detail and perfect timing with which it uses the song (Naraku no Hana-Awesome Music in its own right-) is genuinely evocative and spine-chilling, worth watching even if you don't know what Higurashi is, and the artist manages to keep characters familiar while establishing a distinctive style of their own. You can easily identify with the emotion Twilight is feeling, and the ending scene where Filly!Celestia runs to catch up with the Mane 6 is just adorable. And then, Yandereshy appears...
Even better? A follow-up video was posted later, holding a poll on who would really win - and most agreed that the fifty-foot killer robot would have nothing on the small adorable pegasus. Everyone involved in the poll was a Transformers fan, at a Transformers convention. The only fans who believed Starscream would win were three who were not familiar with My Little Pony.
As for the last line before Wizard declares the winner, this is what Boomstick has to say about Rainbow Dash.
This PMV, apart from being the most EPIC SLIDESHOW of fanart ever assembled, is set to 'This is War' by 30 Seconds to Mars, which essentially makes it automatically awesome. A surprisingly emotional video.
One Brony decided to take The Returnof Harmony and set the two-parter to the Star Wars soundtrack. Listen to it here. It is as awesome as you think it's going to sound.