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** These recurring problems lead to Aaron Stavely being brought in as the new production manager to get things back on track, which so far has been successful.

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** These recurring problems lead to Aaron Stavely being brought in as the new production manager to get things back on track, which so far but the team has been successful.ended up continuing to miss deadlines for features such as the additional pixel lobbies and the Salt Mines 2.0.


** These recurring problems lead to Aaron Stavely being brought in as the new production manager to get things back on track.

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** These recurring problems lead to Aaron Stavely being brought in as the new production manager to get things back on track.track, which so far has been successful.



* TroubledProduction: The June 2018 [[https://www.mane6.com/?p=1554 update]] on the main website revealed that there's real-life issues affecting the production crew resulting in slow or even non-existent updates. And slow the updates were: after a few monthly updates, [=Mane6=] stopped giving updates completely. It took up until December 2018 until the next content update (which added intro and victory poses and voicelines, as well as casual matchmaking). Fans were definitely worried during that time. Aaron Stavely was eventually brought on as the new production manager precisely to remedy this.

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* TroubledProduction: The June 2018 [[https://www.mane6.com/?p=1554 update]] on the main website revealed that there's real-life issues affecting the production crew resulting in slow or even non-existent updates. And slow the updates were: after a few monthly updates, [=Mane6=] stopped giving updates completely. It took up until December 2018 until the next content update (which added intro and victory poses and voicelines, as well as casual matchmaking). Fans were definitely worried during that time. Aaron Stavely was eventually brought on as the new production manager precisely to remedy this.this, which seems to have been successful so far.


** These recurring problems lead to Aaron Stavely being brought in as the new production manager to get things back on track.



* TroubledProduction: The June 2018 [[https://www.mane6.com/?p=1554 update]] on the main website revealed that there's real-life issues affecting the production crew resulting in slow or even non-existent updates. And slow the updates were: after a few monthly updates, [=Mane6=] stopped giving updates completely. It took up until December 2018 until the next content update (which added intro and victory poses and voicelines, as well as casual matchmaking). Fans were definitely worried during that time.

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* TroubledProduction: The June 2018 [[https://www.mane6.com/?p=1554 update]] on the main website revealed that there's real-life issues affecting the production crew resulting in slow or even non-existent updates. And slow the updates were: after a few monthly updates, [=Mane6=] stopped giving updates completely. It took up until December 2018 until the next content update (which added intro and victory poses and voicelines, as well as casual matchmaking). Fans were definitely worried during that time. Aaron Stavely was eventually brought on as the new production manager precisely to remedy this.


* TroubledProduction: The June 2018 [[https://www.mane6.com/?p=1554 update]] on the main website revealed that there's real-life issues affecting the production crew resulting in slow or even non-existent updates. And slow the updates were: after a few monthly updates, Mane6 stopped giving updates completely. It took up until December 2018 until the next content update (which added intro and victory poses and voicelines, as well as casual matchmaking). Fans were definitely worried during that time.

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* TroubledProduction: The June 2018 [[https://www.mane6.com/?p=1554 update]] on the main website revealed that there's real-life issues affecting the production crew resulting in slow or even non-existent updates. And slow the updates were: after a few monthly updates, Mane6 [=Mane6=] stopped giving updates completely. It took up until December 2018 until the next content update (which added intro and victory poses and voicelines, as well as casual matchmaking). Fans were definitely worried during that time.


* DevelopmentHell: A slight one, but it took over 2 and a half years after ''VideoGame/MyLittlePonyFightingIsMagic'' was [[ScrewedByTheLawyers C&Ded]] to officially announce the crowdfund campaign for ''Them's Fightin' Herds''.
** Even when it was finally released on February 2018, the story mode was unplayable due technical difficulties and it's version number even showed that it's less than one, effectively labelling it as an unfinished released product (that's why this example's here). And then the TroubledProduction comes in...

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A slight one, but it took over 2 and a half years after ''VideoGame/MyLittlePonyFightingIsMagic'' was [[ScrewedByTheLawyers C&Ded]] to officially announce the crowdfund campaign for ''Them's Fightin' Herds''.
** Even when it was finally released on February 2018, the story mode was unplayable due technical difficulties and it's its version number even showed that it's less than one, effectively labelling it as an unfinished released product (that's why this example's here). And then the TroubledProduction comes in...



* TroubledProduction: The June 2018 [[https://www.mane6.com/?p=1554 update]] on the main website revealed that there's real-life issues affecting the production crew resulting in slow or even non-existent updates.

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* TroubledProduction: The June 2018 [[https://www.mane6.com/?p=1554 update]] on the main website revealed that there's real-life issues affecting the production crew resulting in slow or even non-existent updates. And slow the updates were: after a few monthly updates, Mane6 stopped giving updates completely. It took up until December 2018 until the next content update (which added intro and victory poses and voicelines, as well as casual matchmaking). Fans were definitely worried during that time.


* CastingGag: Creator/TaraStrong originally auditioned in WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic to play as Applejack, instead becoming Twilight Sparkle. So now, she's playing as an Applejack {{Expy}}.

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** Even when it was finally released on February 2018, the story mode was unplayable due technical difficulties and it's version number even showed that it's less than one, effectively labelling it as an unfinished released product (that's why this example's here). And then the TroubledProduction comes in...


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*TroubledProduction: The June 2018 [[https://www.mane6.com/?p=1554 update]] on the main website revealed that there's real-life issues affecting the production crew resulting in slow or even non-existent updates.

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* FakeNationality: Since the voice actors are all American and Canadian while all the characters except Arizona are not, most of them qualify. Aside from the {{Fake Brit}}s and FakeScot mentioned here, the Scandinavian Velvet and Chinese Tianhuo are voiced by the Americans Tia Ballard and Kay Bess, respectively.

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*CastingGag: Creator/TaraStrong originally auditioned in WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic to play as Applejack, instead becoming Twilight Sparkle. So now, she's playing as an Applejack {{Expy}}.

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** Velvet was originally meant to have a mechanic where her Magic recharged faster when she was further away from her opponent, to emphasize her role as a LongRangeFighter, with the justification that her opponent's body heat was interfering with her ice magic. This was later dropped due to being too restricting, and her magic always recharges at the fastest rate.


* ShrugOfGod: Poor Lauren Faust receives a lot of questions about the lore when they are streaming the game, some of them being sometimes ''really'' specific (such as how much the characters weight and how many planets are there in the game's solar system). The answer is almost always the same: ''"I don't know, I am still making the story, I didn't think of that yet."''

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* ShrugOfGod: Poor Lauren Faust receives a lot of questions about the lore when they are streaming the game, some of them being sometimes ''really'' specific (such as how much the characters weight weigh and how many planets are there in the game's solar system). The answer is almost always the same: ''"I don't know, I am still making the story, I didn't think of that yet."''

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* FakeScot: Pom as portrayed by the Texas born Allie Moreno.


* FakeBrit: Alexa Kahn and Keith Ferguson, both Americans, as Oleander and Fred, respectively.

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* FakeBrit: Alexa Kahn and Keith Ferguson, Creator/KeithFerguson, both Americans, as Oleander and Fred, respectively.

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* FakeBrit: Alexa Kahn and Keith Ferguson, both Americans, as Oleander and Fred, respectively.

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** Tianhuo is often called "Tina" in match commentaries because it's easier to pronounce than her Mandarin name.

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