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My Little Pony

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     My Little Pony Human Characters 

Megan Williams

Voiced by: Bettina Bush

The primary series protagonist, having been in the role in both of the My Little Pony TV Specials and My Little Pony: The Movie before making the trip here. A farmgirl who was accidentally recruited by an overeager pegasus named Firefly to fight the monstrous Tirek, she regularly returns to Pony Land to help her equine friends.

Molly Williams

Voiced by: Keri Houlihan

Megan's little sister and the youngest of the farmkids. Due to their similar age, she gets on best with the Baby Ponies (and, to a lesser extent, the more childish adult ponies).

Danny Williams

Voiced by: Scott Menville

Megan's brother, the middle child of the family.

     My Little Pony Ponies 

Magic Star, Earth Pony

Voiced by: Jeannie Elias (series) and Ellen Gerstell (movie)

First appearing in the movie, Magic Star is the unquestioned leader of the Dream Valley ponies.

  • The Ace: There are Loads and Loads of Characters, but there's very little question as to who their de-facto leader is.
  • Badass Normal: And this is why.
  • Only Sane Pony: Yes. Right alongside Galaxy and Wind Whistler, she gets the long suffering position of being one of the more sensible ponies who has to keep the others in line and keep them from getting themselves killed.
  • Team Mom: When Megan isn't around.

Fizzy, Twinkle-Eye Unicorn

Voiced by: Katie Leigh

Wind Whistler, Pegasus

Voiced by: Sarah Partridge

The smartest and most logic-driven of the ponies, her intelligence is useful, but she has problems with alienating her more emotion-driven friends.

  • Curtains Match the Window
  • Depending on the Writer: The most notable instance among the reoccurring ponies. In the toys and British comics, she's The Ditz while in the animated series playing The Spock to Fizzy's ditz.
  • Not So Stoic: Seen in "Crunch the Rock Dog", where she's implied to feel some bitterness about having a harder time fitting in with the rest of her friends.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Speaks this way to convey her intelligence.
  • The Smart Guy: Definitely the smartest pony around.
  • The Spock: Values rational thought and logical action over impulsiveness and emotion. Since the rest of the herd is more passionate by nature, they don't agree with her too much.
  • Team Mom: When Megan isn't available, she shares this role with Magic Star, though she's not as good at it due to the personality clash.

Ribbon, Unicorn

Voiced by: Katie Leigh

A maternal and caring pony who takes it upon herself to look after the various Baby Ponies.

Shady, Earth Pony

Voiced by: Jill Wayne

Heart Throb, Pegasus

Voiced by: Katie Leigh

An unabashed romantic who dreams of finding herself a "Prince Charming" to be with some day.

Surprise, Pegasus

Voiced by: BJ Ward

A fun-loving, mischievous pegasus who is constantly running/flying around all over the place. She enjoys making others laugh, playing games, and especially likes playing tricks or otherwise surprising people.

Gusty, Unicorn

Voiced by: Nancy Cartwright

Buttons, Unicorn

Voiced by: Susan Blu (series) and Sheryl Bernstein (movie)

Galaxy, Twinkle-Eye Unicorn

Voiced by: Sherry Lynn

  • Curtains Match the Window
  • The Empath: She's practically Counselor Troi in the form of a magenta, glowing unicorn.
  • Multicoloured Hair
  • Only Sane Man: Oh yeah. Just about every time bad happens, she's often put into groupings where she's the only one to keep her cool.
  • The Smart Guy: Not quite on par with Wind Whistler, but she can serve the same purpose in a pinch.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Her lot in life, often being in episodes lacking Magic Star and Wind Whistler.
  • Teleportation: She could teleport short distances, usually within her line of sight. She referred to it as "winking".

Paradise, Pegasus

Voiced by: Susan Blu

A book-loving pegasus who particularly enjoys telling stories to the other ponies, adults and babies alike.

  • Badass Bookworm
  • The Ditz: While nowhere near as obvious about it as Fizzy is, she could give her a run for her money any day of the week.
  • The Storyteller
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: While in a land of unicorns, dragons, elves, dwarves, and such, she wishes life were a little more like storybooks. Um...

Posey, Earth Pony

Voiced by: Nancy Cartwright

A shy and retiring pony who loves to garden.

Lickety-Split, Earth Pony

Voiced by: Katie Leigh

The Flutter Ponies

Voiced by: Nancy Cartwright (Honeysuckle and Forget-Me-Not) and Russi Taylor (Rosedust, Morning Glory and Peach Blossom)

A group of small, butterfly-winged fairy-ponies who wield powerful magic of their own. Though seperate to the pony society and living in their own hidden village, they are often sought out for help against powerful hostile magic.

The Baby Sea Ponies

Voiced by: Nancy Cartwright (Ripple, Sealight), Katie Leigh (Sea Shimmer, Sun Shower), Russi Taylor (Surf Rider) and Sherry Lynn (Water Lily)

A group of infant sea ponies who have been left under the care of the ponies of Dream Valley.

  • Scatting: Shoo-bee-doo, shoo-shoo-bee-doo, shoo-bee-doo, shoo-shoo-bee-doo!
  • Stout Strength: They're small and kind of pudgy, but they're a lot stronger than you'd expect.

    My Little Pony Villains 
Hydia voiced by: Tress MacNeille (series) and Cloris Leachman (movie)
Reeka voiced by: Jennifer Darling (series) and Rhea Perlman (movie)
Draggle voiced by: Jennifer Darling (series) and Madeline Kahn (movie)

The Witches of the Volcano of Gloom

Three Evil Witches who dwells in a nearby volcano, the matriarch Hydia hates the ponies and wants to drive them from the valley, but to her exasperation the only help she has are her less-than-competent daughters, Reeka and Draggle. First appearing in The Movie, they attempt to drown the valley in a grotesque Blob Monster called the Smooze, and afterwards continue to bedevil the ponies.

Queen Bumble

Voiced by: Unknown

A bloated, arrogant, narcissistic bee queen whose greed leads her to conquer the homeland of the Flutter Ponies in the first story arc, with the aid of the Witches of the Volcano of Gloom.

Princess Porcina

Voiced by: Tress MacNeille

A vain and somewhat scatterbrained porcine sorceress who inadvertently threatens Dream Valley when she uses her magic mirror to begin transforming everything into glass so that she can have more mirrored surfaces to admire herself in. Repents when she realises she's actually hurting people and changes everything back.

The Raptorians

Voiced by: Cam Clarke, Charlie Adler and Townsend Coleman

The Flories

A band of malevolent plant entities who escape from their subterranean prison during the episode "The Fugitive Flowers". In their dormant state, they look like cute, pretty flowers, but they can suck the life out of the ground, killing everything else planted there to grow into hulking monsters. They manipulate Posey and the other ponies into protecting them against their captors, the Crabnasties, and then devour Posey's garden to go on a rampage. Finally, they get imprisoned again.


Voiced by: Michael Bell

An Evil Sorcerer ram who rules as an unmitigated tyrant over the Brigadoon city of Tambelon.

  • Authority Equals Asskicking: His minions are actually pretty competent, and the ponies are completely helpless against his power for most of the serial.
  • Control Freak: Implied. He controls his minions so closely that he makes not taking part in his victory celebration punishable by being banished to another dimension.
  • Dimension Lord
  • Evil Overlord
  • Hero Killer: Grogar spends most of his serial dishing out Curbstomp Battles to everyone.
  • Oh Crap!: When he hears the bell that is his Kryptonite Factor being rung.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Was imprisoned in the Realm of Darkness along with Tambelon five hundred years ago before he manages to return. He's sent back into his prison at the end.
  • Villainous Breakdown: When the heroes escape at the end, he goes berserk and starts firing lightning at the heroes with intent to kill instead of his capture beams.


Voiced by: Unknown

Zeb & Arabus

Voiced by: Unknown (Arabus) & Roger C. Carmel (Zeb)

  • Shadow Theft
  • Elemental Embodiment: Arabus is the elemental embodiment of smoke and shadows.
  • Large Ham: Both of them. Especially in their Villain Song.
  • Phlebotinum Dependence: Arabus is powered up by feeding on shadows, but his power is finite. He needs to constantly feed on shadows or he grows weak.
  • Victory by Endurance: The ponies escape their first confrontation with him by exploiting this trope. Arabus is very powerful, but burns through his energy quickly and needs shadows to maintain it.

King Charlatan

A penguin who has the magical ability to launch freezing Eye Beams. Disdaining any being who cannot survive the cold like his penguins can, he attempts to freeze the entire valley to drive away or exterminate anyone who cannot withstand the Endless Winter, granting his people superiority over all.

Crunch the Rock Dog

A monstrous canine earth elemental that despises anything "soft", he goes on a rampage seeking to petrify the entirety of Dream Valley.

Lavan the Magma Demon

Voiced by: Unknown (possibly Frank Welker)

     My Little Pony Others 


Voiced by: Charlie Adler

An infant dragon who was originally a prisoner of Tirek. Even after Megan defeated the monster and his friend Scorpan returned to his own kingdom, he chose to stay with the poneis in Dream Land.

The Bushwoolies

Voiced by: Alice Payten, Sheryl Bernstein, Nancy Cartwright, Russi Taylor, Charlie Adler and Frank Welker

Round fluffy creatures who roam the valley in large packs. Friendly by nature, they're amongst the ponies' recurring allies.

The Furbobs

Cousins of the Bushwoolies.


Queen Bumble's original chief warrior and defender, he objected to her conquest of Flutter Valley and eventually turned against her, defecting to join the ponies.


Glow Friends

     Glow Friends Characters 


     Moondreamers Characters 

Crystal Starr

  • Big Good: She is nice, wise enough, creates stars and tends to coordinate the Moondreamers work.
  • The Heart: Her patience and understanding make her vital in keeping the group together.
  • Only Sane Man: One of the most reasonable and moderate of the group, so it makes sense for her to be in charge.


Sparky Dreamer

  • Berserk Button: Do not question the importance of the Moondreamers in the presence of Sparky Dreamer!
  • Gadgeteer Genius: The most technologically savvy by far.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Sparky Dreamer. She's an Insufferable Genius, cranky, abrasive and a very strict rule enforcer. On the flipside, she'll never turn down someone in need of help and her reasoning for wanting everyone to follow the rules is pretty justified, since the Moondreamers pretty much run the universe on manual pilot.
  • Insufferable Genius: Sparky Dreamer is a know-it-all who takes great pride in her intellect and tends to be very strict about rules and regulations. Then again, she's the one who often has to fix other peoples' messes and the one time she disobeyed the rules and let two dimwits into Starry Up a Sealed Evil in a Can was unleashed. So perhaps her attitude is just a might bit justified.
  • Mr. Fixit: Most things that are broken.
  • Only Sane Man: Played with. She can be pretty sensible but her impatience and temper can get the better of her and make her act as immature as the others. She certainly considers herself a full example though.
  • Wrench Wench: Not too masculine but she knows her way around tools.

Dream Gazer

  • Big Good: She has knowledge and wiseness far beyond any other mortal.
  • Cool Big Sis: Despite the fact that her otherworldly knowledge makes her worldview distant, she is very friendly and approachable though at times not easy to understand.
  • The Mentor: As the eldest and wisest Moondreamer.
  • The Stoic: She always sees the bigger picture and treats most events very calmly.

Bucky Buckaroo

  • Bad Butt: For an 80's kids cartoon a bit more competent than usual.
  • The One Guy: Bucky Buckaroo. There are actually a few other guys on the show, but most of the time it's just Bucky representing the male gender.




  • I Just Want to Be Special: The whole reason they went to Starry Up was to become Moondreamers, and for this reason.
  • Tagalong Kid: They are scouts and apprentices after all, who earned their badges by saving the day.


  • I Just Want to Be Special: The whole reason they went to Starry Up was to become Moondreamers, and for this reason.
  • Tagalong Kid: They are scouts and apprentices after all, who earned their badges by saving the day.


Ursa Major

Ursa Minor

The Snoozers

The Sleep Creeps

Evil Scowlene

  • Bad Boss: When things go her way, she even allows her minions to have a drink with her. When things do not go her way, she abuses and tortures anyone who happens to be close to her, to vent her anger and retain her feelings of superiority, even if it was not their fault.
  • Big Bad: The queen of nightmares herself.
  • The Caligula: Throwing her weight around is the least horrifying thing about her. Giant ugly statues kind of imply this.
  • Dirty Coward: Its quite ironic that she is so easy to scare and intimidate. Not that the cronies are allowed to see it of course. Just watch the scene with Rory.
  • Evil Is Petty: The Mind Rape of children has the jealousy of their sleep as a motivation.
  • For the Evulz: Scowlene's reasoning for wanting to take over and destroy Starry Up? Because its there. Also its something to do.
  • God Save Us from the Queen!: It is implied that she comes from an evil family who used negatron energy and decided to rule Monstrous Middle.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Always ready to scream at the top of her lungs to anyone.
  • Mind Rape: Her modus operandi is causing little children to have everlasting nightmares in which their darkest fears come to life. Everlasting.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: More like in another dimension.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: More of a cartoony Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain than most examples but if you read the above you don't need any further explanation about the vile part.

Princess Scowlette:

  • Co-Dragons: Along with Grimace. This means that often they would be the ones to suffer punishment for things not going according to plan.
  • Smug Snake: Always ready to flaunt to everyone "how smart they (she and her mother) are.
  • Spoiled Brat: Despite this, she is still fiercely loyal to her mother.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Scowlette is all about pleasing mommy, at any cost. Any cost.
  • Yandere: She was willing to kill to please her mother. Also because she shared her desires.

Professor Grimace

  • Co-Dragons: With Scowlette. Which was a dubious honour considering how often they bore the brunt of her wrath.
  • Mad Scientist: The inventor of all devices and weapons of the Queen.

Potato Head Kids

     Potato Head Kids Characters 

Mr. Potato Head

Mrs. Potato Head