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Video Game: Legends of Equestria
Legends of Equestria is a 3D fanmade MMO made in Unity and inspired by My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. While currently unreleased, it has periodic open server events, usually set to tie-in with a convetion appearance. It features Ponydale, Cantermore, and Cloudopolis as fully explorable regions and all three pony races are playable.

Even when it's not open-server, you can make your future avatar using the Character Creator on their home site.

Not to be confused with the fanfic Legends of Equestria.

Legends of Equestria provides examples of the following tropes:

  • Alt Itis: There's no limit to the number of characters you can make on one account.
  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: A number of quests. Also talking to Buttercup and Bluebell the Wearable Items Mares.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: In "Intensive Carrot Unit", Astral Charm mentions she's not allowed back on Spud's farm after "the giant robot incident."
  • Badass Boast:
    Stella: Gaze in majesty upon the invincible Duchess Stella, ace flyer and heir to ancient Folish nobility!
  • Beleaguered Assistant: Lieutenant Snipe rattles off a long list of things he had to do to prepare for tomorrow's boot camp ceremony, and assigns you the quest of retrieving the speech written by General Messerschmitt, which was the general's one job and he didn't come back from a party with it.
  • Cash Gate: The "9001" and "Chlorophiliac" quests require you to collect stones and flowers respectively.
  • Character Class System: While not in the game yet, devs have stated this is going to be covered by professions such as doctor, warrior, or magic student. Your cutie mark talent mark will show what profession you picked.
  • Crusading Lawyer: Notarize mentions that he went into law in order to help the downtrodden and do what's right for his fellow citizens.
  • Dialogue Tree
  • Fetch Quest
  • Fighter, Mage, Thief: Earth ponies have a smashing headbutt attack and the highest starting hit points. Unicorns can use Magic Missile and learn other magical powers, and Pegasi are the fastest and can dodge attacks by flying.
  • Forty Niner/ Prospector: Klondike Hicks.
  • Good Lawyers, Good Clients: Notarize is a lawyer helping a mother prosecute a salesman who sold her a defective arcade machine. Of course, the case doesn't turn out to be cut-and-dried, but she's clearly the victimized one.
  • The Munchausen: General Messerschmitt shows shades of this. Every past event he refers to talks about a completely different military campaign and he loves to tell stories.
  • Traveling Salesman: Lodsa Monet, whose name is also a clear parody/homage to Harry Ensfeld.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: Sugar is a quiet bookworm, Spice is a loudmouth who enjoys sports.
  • Side Quest: Currently, most of the quests in the game. The devs have stated there will be a story to follow in the final product.
  • Unexpected Gameplay Change: Going to the well in Ponydale lets you play a Pac-Man Mini-Game.
  • Welcome to Corneria: Intentionally subverted. According to this interview, every single NPC will have at least ten lines of idle dialogue (on top of any quest dialogue) and a fully fleshed out backstory, accessible by asking them their Cutie Mark story.

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