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My Little Pony Tales Characters


Voiced by: Willow Johnson

An aspiring teacher and the most responsible. Pink with curly yellow hair.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: With Ace.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Has a crush on Ace, which is normally played as unrequited.
  • The Barber: She works with her mother at a Beauty Salon and Ice Cream Shop, so she serves as this on more than one occasion.
  • The Bartender: The G-Rated version, serving ice cream and sundaes, from the other half of her mom's shop.
  • Betty and Veronica: The Betty to Melody's Veronica. Both of them have a crush on Ace.
  • The Hero
  • Only Sane Pony: She is the de facto team leader most of the time for this reason.
  • Teacher's Pet: Though she does have friends, and the fact that Ms. Hackney is her personal adviser is kept secret.
  • Team Mom
  • The Reliable One: Is often seen working at her mother's shop and whenever she's instructed to do something, she tries her hardest to complete it. She's got flaws, but not being a responsible person isn't one of them.


Voiced by: Maggie Blue O'Hara

A sweet-natured pony who hates to see anyone fight. Has a knack for seeing the good in everyone, including her boyfriend Teddy. White with pink hair.


Voiced by: Kelly Sheridan, Willow Johnson (singing voice)

The somewhat self-centered lead singer of the Rockin' Beats. Hot pink with bright blue hair.
  • Alpha Bitch: At her worst, she can be downright cruel to her friends, but in fairness knew when she went to far and apologizes.
  • Betty and Veronica: The Veronica to Starlight's Betty. Both of them have a crush on Ace.
  • Curtains Match the Window
  • Deadpan Snarker: She can be sarcastic at times. One example occurs in "The Play's the Thing" when her friends sabotage her performance with croaking frogs.
    Melody: That cannot be my prince's voice, unless he's got a frog in his throat!
  • Girl Group: "The Rockin' Beats".
  • It's All About Me: When she's on an ego trip, she's really full of herself.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Sometimes it'd take some doing to get the heart of gold part to come out, but she'd always come around...eventually.
  • The Lancer: Is normally second to lead the group after Starlight, given her general high energy.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her mane is blue.

Bright Eyes

Voiced by: Laura Harris

The 'smart one' who likes looking at things logically whenever possible. Orange haired and cyan-skinned.


Voiced by: Venus Terzo (Episodes 1-16), Brigitta Dau (Episodes 17-26)

The rough-and-ready tomboy who loves soccer and practical jokes, and wants to join the circus. Peach-colored with dark pink hair.
  • Action Girl: According to the Five-Man Band anyway.
  • Book Dumb: If her grades are anything to go on, though it could be a case of Brilliant, but Lazy as she does often show signs are being able to learn and adapt quickly...when it's something she's interested in.
  • Class Clown: Enjoys fooling around in class, much to their teacher's annoyance.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: She has her moments.
  • Happily Adopted: Was an orphan and adopted by her current family. She's very happy with it.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Several episodes show she's actually surprisingly well versed when it comes to construction work. While everyone helps fix up the house in "Tea Party", Patch is the only one other than Logan and his family shown doing the actual construction work as opposed to painting or raking the yard. In "The Great Lemonade Stand Wars", she's the one to built their lemonade stand, which looked to involve plenty of wood work, and in "Princess Problem" had started a project to build a playground for the orphanage she came from. Her father is shown to work with construction materials, implying she got it from him.
    • She's actually an orphan, and so Happily Adopted she's scared of the prospect of being reunited with her birth parents and being separated from her adopted ones.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Often the heart of gold wasn't too far beneath the surface, but sometimes her friends would have to force it to the surface.
  • Orphanage of Love: Grew up in one until she was adopted. She still thinks fondly of the place and has friends there, to the point she lead the group in constructing a playground for the place and the orphan ponies that live there.
  • The Prankster: Loves being a practical joker.
  • Tomboy
  • Weirdness Magnet: For some reason attracting the rare fantastical moments in show. Met a ghost, helps find a lost princess which involved a magical crown, and is the only one to see a group of pegasi and an alicorn.
  • Why Did It Have To Be Mice?: Implied in one episode, where, in a song about secrets, she admits having almost fainted at the sight of a mouse, despite usually being considered brave.


Highly superstitious and gullible, as well as a tremendous klutz and crybaby. Prone to wild swings of fortune. Pink-haired and lilac-skinned.

Bon Bon

Voiced by: Chiara Zanni

Loves cooking, food and writing in her diary, and dreams of becoming a fashion model. Has a large family with several younger siblings and at least one older sister. Yellow with purple hair.
  • Acrofatic: Bon Bon is surprisingly athletic in spite of her size. She roller skates with the girls and can keep up whenever she has to run.
  • Big Eater: Which maybe could explain her shifting model and shifting weight between episodes.
  • The Big Guy: According to the Five-Man Band anyway.
  • Cant Get Away With Nothing: In "Bon-Bon's Diary", she cheats on a math test and is racked by guilt afterward. Doesn't help that she wrote about it in her diary, which Teddy finds and Blackmails her with.
  • Curtains Match the Window
  • Era-Specific Personality: FiM Bon Bon is a background character who's got a different voice every day.
  • Green Around the Gills: Bon Bon tends to suffer from motion-sickness (air sickness in "Up Up And Away" and sea sickness in "Sweet Heart's Birthday"), and it is normally depicted in this fashion.
  • Irony: Her first focus episode has her Playing Sick. It turns out later she suffers from motion-sickness, which comes up several times.
  • "I Want" Song: "The Best Dream", Bon-Bon's song in "The Masquerade" about her dream of becoming a model.
  • Middle Child Syndrome: Worried about this.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Cheating on her math test results in her feeling this way. So does Playing Sick, and accidentally slipping her lemonade recipe to Ace and company. I'ts a general rule of thumb that while Bon Bon might do morally wrong things, her conscious won't let her actually go through with it.
  • Playing Sick: Bon-Bon does this in "Too Sick to Notice" after one of her younger brothers catches the flu and the rest of the family dotes on him to the point she feels ignored.
  • Purple Eyes
  • Ship Tease: With Teddy "Bon Bon's Diary".
  • Supreme Chef: Is shown to be an excellent chef on several occasions.
  • Sweet Tooth: Is often shown snacking on something sweet.


Voiced by: Brad Swaile

An athletic, confident jock, the most popular guy at their school. Gold-skinned with blond hair.


Voiced by: Tony Sampson

An impulsive show-off who acts out to get attention. Secretly sleeps with a teddy bear. Has blue skin and an orange mohawk.


Voiced by: Shane Meier

Shyer than the other boys and prefers reading to roughhousing. Though the guys can influence him to act up, he frequently sides with the girls, partly to impress his crush, Bright Eyes. Has dark blue skin and crimson hair.

Miss Hackney

Voiced by: Kate Robbins

  • Cool Teacher: Not an obvious example, but she definitely has her moments. She is also definitely this to Starlight.
  • Crazy-Prepared: She records all of her lessons on tape and keeps them in her desk ready for use should she fall ill.
  • The Mentor: She serves as this to Starlight, and sometimes to the other ponies.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Decided that turning the class court exercise into a chance for Teddy to prove he was innocent of stealing Melody's boom box instead of just assuming the class bad boy was guilty when he was accused is just one instance of this. She also later is understanding of Bon Bon cheating on a test and can see how wracked with guilt she is when she comes clean on her own, and instead of flunking her on the spot gives her a second chance to take the test after school.
  • Stern Teacher: Believe it or not, this is actually a part of what makes her a Cool Teacher.

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