Family Relationship Switcheroo: Truthfully, she's her older sister by adoption. Their father, however, believes that she's a gift from Chrysaor, the rainbow pony god, and insists they call her their niece instead.
Chess Motifs: Her legs are segmented in such a way as to evoke the base of a chess piece. She also has a sort of sweeping collar/neckline and a simple white crown, all driving home playing piece imagery.
Fantastic Racism: She considers both Applejack and Twilight Sparkle to be perfect examples of Dersites; due to this, she's less than pleased at having Applejack as 'the Heir'.
God Save Us from the Queen!: This stereotype actually led to her anger issues, as Skaia figured that queens should be evil and compromised by making her a 'wickedly good queen'. Golden Rule isn't too thrilled to hear that.
Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: The game hasn't even started yet, and Golden Rule has already managed to alienate two of her three princesses. Not clear yet if she'll manage to go three for three.
Not Helping Your Case: Her dismissive attitude towards her subjects and insistance that she be permitted to listen to a private record leads to her very quickly alienating Rarity.
We Have Reserves: Given that they literally produce copies of every 'pawn' living in Prospit save for the King, the Princesses' dream selves, and herself, she has this attitude towards her subjects.
Well-Intentioned Extremist: Prospit is in an All or Nothing war for existence with Derse, and she's already aware that she won't live to see the end of it. Therefore, she wants to give her subjects the best possible Princesses she can offer.
A Sentient Cosmic Force which grants the dreamers of Prospit visions of the future. Takes the form of a white-haired, sky blue pegasus, and seems completely taken with Equestrian culture... perhaps a little too much so.
An earth pony known for challenging the Batterqueen, leading to the founding of Sugarcube Corner. Had a very distinctively styled mane, including a heart-shaped lock at the front of her bangs.
Non-Standard Character Design: Her mane isn't the Playdough-ish one that her original MAD version had, but it is weirdly chunky. Her permanently shrunken pupils might be a reference to this.
Not So Different: Both she and the Batterqueen had immense amounts of Pride; however, Love Lock was confident about what she could achieve with her friends, while the Batterqueen only cared about her own skills.
A queen from another land who once attempted to take over Canterlot.