Artist Disillusionment: Chatoyance was subjected to death threats and (alleged) DDOS attacks over her Conversion Bureau stories, to the point that she quit fimfiction.net for the better part of a year. Her later blog post on the subject specifically named SpaceBattlesDotCom as the source of the harassment. It's also worth noting however that the Anti-TCB group did ban several of those people that sent her those threats, and she's also been known to pull off Wounded Gazelle Gambits, as she accused notable Anti-TCB member/moderator Carpinus Caroliniana of said DDOS attacks with absolutely no evidence.
Detractor Nickname: The TCB-version of Celestia is often called 'Xenocidelestia', or other similar terms in order to differentiate her from her canon counterpart. Typically, the "Xeno," stands for "Xenocide," so it's not exactly a good thing. Other variations include X-lestia, Xelly, and Xenolestia, for similar reasons... although rarely, an utterly terrifying version called "Xenomolestia" shows up.
Recently, the TCB-Celestia has come to be called The Solar Tyrant by many who oppose this version of the character.
A new division has appeared on Spacebattles between Geno-Celestia, who is outright evil, and Xeno-Celestia, who is merely misguided.
TCB-Royal Guards have been referred to as "Celestians".
Old Shame: Blaze feels that his original story was poorly written, filled with Unfortunate Implications he had never intended to conveynote it was supposed to be Wish Fulfillment, about going to Equestria without leaving your human friends behind; implications of genocide were the last thing he wanted to convey, and that the concept is best left to other, more capable writers.