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* This endgame is likely because the whole point of Chrysalis's rule was to dupe her people into thinking they needed to feed off of love to survive, when the reality was the opposite. Her people now know that it's all been a facade so there's no reason for her to prop up the lie any longer, only her own denial. If she comes into contact with the Changelings again, she'll likely see the futility of continuing to live the lie and the benefit that could come from accepting the truth.



* This endgame is likely because the whole point of Chrysalis's rule was to dupe her people into thinking they needed to feed off of love to survive, when the reality was the opposite. Her people now know that it's all been a facade so there's no reason for her to prop up the lie any longer, only her own denial. If she comes into contact with the Changelings again, she'll likely see the futility of continuing to live the lie and the benefit that could come from accepting the truth.

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* This endgame is likely because the whole point of Chrysalis's rule was to dupe her people into thinking they needed to feed off of love to survive, when the reality was the opposite. Her people now know that it's all been a facade so there's no reason for her to prop up the lie any longer, only her own denial. If she comes into contact with the Changelings again, she'll likely see the futility of continuing to live the lie and the benefit that could come from accepting the truth.


* This endgame makes the most sense because the whole point of Chrysalis's rule was to dupe her people into thinking they needed to feed off of love to survive, when the reality was the opposite. Her people now know that it's all been a facade so there's no reason for her to prop up the lie any longer, only her own denial. If she comes into contact with the Changelings again, she'll likely see the futility of continuing to live the lie and the benefit that could come from accepting the truth.

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* This endgame makes the most sense is likely because the whole point of Chrysalis's rule was to dupe her people into thinking they needed to feed off of love to survive, when the reality was the opposite. Her people now know that it's all been a facade so there's no reason for her to prop up the lie any longer, only her own denial. If she comes into contact with the Changelings again, she'll likely see the futility of continuing to live the lie and the benefit that could come from accepting the truth.



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* This endgame makes the most sense because the whole point of Chrysalis's rule was to dupe her people into thinking they needed to feed off of love to survive, when the reality was the opposite. Her people now know that it's all been a facade so there's no reason for her to prop up the lie any longer, only her own denial. If she comes into contact with the Changelings again, she'll likely see the futility of continuing to live the lie and the benefit that could come from accepting the truth.



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* Alternatively, if she doesn't become the Queen again, Chrysalis could work her way up to a high-ranking position in the new Changeling kingdom, perhaps acting as an ambassador for the hive or Thorax's second-in-command.




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* Alternatively, Chrysalis may still have the ability to lay eggs. If she does, then she will breed a new army of changelings and then declare war on her old hive.


One of the greatest challenges that Celestia, Luna, Cadance, Twilight Sparkle, and Thorax will face is Culture Shock between Equestria and the Changeling Kingdom. Many of the Changelings in the Changeling Kingdom have never done much to see, learn, or interact with the outside world and most of the ponies of Equestria will be reluctant to make friends with the Changelings even when Celestia insists that they've changed for the better. The citizens of Canterlot will most likely be the least willing to give up their beliefs that all Changelings are dangerous which could potentially incite civil unrest if Celestia were to welcome a Goodwill Tour led by Thorax into Canterlot.

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One of the greatest challenges that Celestia, Luna, Cadance, Twilight Sparkle, and Thorax will now face is Culture Shock between Equestria and the Changeling Kingdom. Many of the Changelings in the Changeling Kingdom have never done much to see, learn, or interact with the outside world and most of the ponies of Equestria will be reluctant to make friends with the Changelings even when Celestia insists that they've changed for the better. The citizens of Canterlot will most likely be the least willing to give up their beliefs xenophobic fears that all Changelings are dangerous which could potentially incite civil unrest if Celestia were to welcome a Goodwill Tour led by Thorax into Canterlot.


[[WMG:Difficulties in Cross-cultural Interaction]]
One of the greatest challenges that Celestia, Luna, Cadance, Twilight Sparkle, and Thorax will face is Culture Shock between Equestria and the Changeling Kingdom. Many of the Changelings in the Changeling Kingdom have never done much to see, learn, or interact with the outside world and most of the ponies of Equestria will be reluctant to make friends with the Changelings even when Celestia insists that they've changed for the better. The citizens of Canterlot will most likely be the least willing to give up their beliefs that all changelings are dangerous which could potentially incite civil unrest if Celestia were to welcome a Goodwill Tour led by Thorax into Canterlot.

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[[WMG:Difficulties [[WMG:Future difficulties in Cross-cultural Interaction]]
Interaction.]]
One of the greatest challenges that Celestia, Luna, Cadance, Twilight Sparkle, and Thorax will face is Culture Shock between Equestria and the Changeling Kingdom. Many of the Changelings in the Changeling Kingdom have never done much to see, learn, or interact with the outside world and most of the ponies of Equestria will be reluctant to make friends with the Changelings even when Celestia insists that they've changed for the better. The citizens of Canterlot will most likely be the least willing to give up their beliefs that all changelings Changelings are dangerous which could potentially incite civil unrest if Celestia were to welcome a Goodwill Tour led by Thorax into Canterlot.


Her new colors will reflect this shift; perhaps indigo and purple, which are brighter than her old shade but darker than those of Thorax and the other Changelings.

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Her new colors will reflect this shift; perhaps indigo and purple, which are brighter than her old shade but darker than those of Thorax and the other Changelings.Changelings.

[[WMG:Difficulties in Cross-cultural Interaction]]
One of the greatest challenges that Celestia, Luna, Cadance, Twilight Sparkle, and Thorax will face is Culture Shock between Equestria and the Changeling Kingdom. Many of the Changelings in the Changeling Kingdom have never done much to see, learn, or interact with the outside world and most of the ponies of Equestria will be reluctant to make friends with the Changelings even when Celestia insists that they've changed for the better. The citizens of Canterlot will most likely be the least willing to give up their beliefs that all changelings are dangerous which could potentially incite civil unrest if Celestia were to welcome a Goodwill Tour led by Thorax into Canterlot.


Last season, we saw Starlight Glimmer, the antagonist for both the season's opening and closing two-parters, reform when Twilight gave her the chance to do so. Chrysalis' defeat in this episode is nearly a parallel to that of Starlight in her first appearance. Like Starlight, she lost control over her people, and flees when she refuses the protagonist's offer of friendship. That said, it's likely that Chrysalis will return again, and will end up pulling a HeelFaceTurn akin to Starlight's. Thorax and Celestia will then pardon her, and she will start working to regain her position as Queen. And when she does become Queen again, she will rule alongside Thorax. She will also get a new appearance to symbolize her transformation from bad to good. There will also be some kind of buildup to her return, perhaps with little cameos of her stalking her enemies before she fully reveals herself again.

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Last season, we saw Starlight Glimmer, the antagonist for both the season's opening and closing two-parters, reform when Twilight gave her the chance to do so. Chrysalis' defeat in this episode is nearly a parallel to that of Starlight in her first appearance. Like Starlight, she lost control over her people, and flees when she refuses the protagonist's offer of friendship. That said, it's likely that Chrysalis will return again, and will end up pulling a HeelFaceTurn akin to Starlight's.Starlight's, if not right away. Thorax and Celestia will then pardon her, and she will start working to regain her position as Queen. And when she does become Queen again, she will rule alongside Thorax. She will also get a new appearance to symbolize her transformation from bad to good. There will also be some kind of buildup to her return, perhaps with little cameos of her stalking her enemies before she fully reveals herself again.



While Thorax is now the new ruler of the Changelings, it's likely that not all of them are willing to abandon their old way of life under Chrysalis. As a result, they'll most likely seek out Chrysalis and plan a rebellion against Thorax, aiding Chrysalis in her plan for revenge.

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While Thorax is now the new ruler of the Changelings, it's likely that not all of them are willing to abandon their old way of life under Chrysalis. As a result, they'll most likely seek out Chrysalis and plan a rebellion against Thorax, aiding Chrysalis in her plan for revenge.revenge.

[[WMG: Chrysalis will be ReformedButNotTamed.]]
Her new colors will reflect this shift; perhaps indigo and purple, which are brighter than her old shade but darker than those of Thorax and the other Changelings.


She lied that Thorax had reformed everyone including herself and invited everyone to her kingdom to begin peace negotiations.

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She lied that Thorax had reformed everyone including herself and invited everyone to her kingdom to begin peace negotiations.negotiations.

[[WMG:When Chrysalis returns, she'll start a civil war.]]
While Thorax is now the new ruler of the Changelings, it's likely that not all of them are willing to abandon their old way of life under Chrysalis. As a result, they'll most likely seek out Chrysalis and plan a rebellion against Thorax, aiding Chrysalis in her plan for revenge.


Last season, we saw Starlight Glimmer, the antagonist for both the season's opening and closing two-parters, reform when Twilight gave her the chance to do so. Chrysalis' defeat in this episode is nearly a parallel to that of Starlight in her first appearance. Like Starlight, she lost control over her people, and flees when she refuses the protagonist's offer of friendship. That said, it's likely that Chrysalis will return again, and will end up pulling a HeelFaceTurn akin to Starlight's. Thorax and Celestia will then pardon her, and she will start working to regain her position as Queen. And when she does become Queen again, she will rule alongside Thorax, she will get a new appearance to symbolize her transformation from bad to good. There will also be some kind of buildup to her return, perhaps with little cameos of her stalking her enemies before she fully reveals herself again.

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Last season, we saw Starlight Glimmer, the antagonist for both the season's opening and closing two-parters, reform when Twilight gave her the chance to do so. Chrysalis' defeat in this episode is nearly a parallel to that of Starlight in her first appearance. Like Starlight, she lost control over her people, and flees when she refuses the protagonist's offer of friendship. That said, it's likely that Chrysalis will return again, and will end up pulling a HeelFaceTurn akin to Starlight's. Thorax and Celestia will then pardon her, and she will start working to regain her position as Queen. And when she does become Queen again, she will rule alongside Thorax, she Thorax. She will also get a new appearance to symbolize her transformation from bad to good. There will also be some kind of buildup to her return, perhaps with little cameos of her stalking her enemies before she fully reveals herself again.


She lied that Thorax had reformed everyone including herself and invited everyone to her kingdom begin peace negotiations.

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She lied that Thorax had reformed everyone including herself and invited everyone to her kingdom to begin peace negotiations.


Last season, we saw Starlight Glimmer, the antagonist for both the season's opening and closing two-parters, reform when Twilight gave her the chance to do so. Chrysalis' defeat in this episode is nearly a parallel to that of Starlight in her first appearance. Like Starlight, she lost control over her people, and flees when she refuses the protagonist's offer of friendship. That said, it's likely that Chrysalis will return again, and will end up pulling a HeelFaceTurn akin to Starlight's. Thorax and Celestia will then pardon her, and she will start working to regain her position as Queen. And when she does become Queen again, she will rule alongside Thorax, she will get a new appearance to symbolize her transformation from bad to good. There will also be some kind of buildup to her return, perhaps with little cameos of her stalking her enemies before she fully reveals herself again.

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Last season, we saw Starlight Glimmer, the antagonist for both the season's opening and closing two-parters, reform when Twilight gave her the chance to do so. Chrysalis' defeat in this episode is nearly a parallel to that of Starlight in her first appearance. Like Starlight, she lost control over her people, and flees when she refuses the protagonist's offer of friendship. That said, it's likely that Chrysalis will return again, and will end up pulling a HeelFaceTurn akin to Starlight's. Thorax and Celestia will then pardon her, and she will start working to regain her position as Queen. And when she does become Queen again, she will rule alongside Thorax, she will get a new appearance to symbolize her transformation from bad to good. There will also be some kind of buildup to her return, perhaps with little cameos of her stalking her enemies before she fully reveals herself again.again.

[[WMG:Chrysalis captured the Mane Six and the other royalty by tricking them to come to her kingdom by making them think she wanted to make peace with the Ponies.]]
She lied that Thorax had reformed everyone including herself and invited everyone to her kingdom begin peace negotiations.


[[WMG:Chrysalis will return, and she try to get her revenge, but will instead reform just like Starlight Glimmer.]]
Last season, we saw Starlight Glimmer, the antagonist for both the season's opening and closing two-parters, reform when Twilight gave her the chance to do so. Chrysalis' defeat in this episode is nearly a parallel to that of Starlight in her first appearance. That said, it's likely that Chrysalis will return again, and will end up pulling a HeelFaceTurn akin to Starlight's. Thorax and Celestia will then pardon her, and she will start working to regain her position as Queen. And when she does become Queen again, she will rule alongside Thorax, she will get a new appearance to symbolize her transformation from bad to good.

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[[WMG:Chrysalis will return, return and she try to get her revenge, but will instead reform just like Starlight Glimmer.]]
Last season, we saw Starlight Glimmer, the antagonist for both the season's opening and closing two-parters, reform when Twilight gave her the chance to do so. Chrysalis' defeat in this episode is nearly a parallel to that of Starlight in her first appearance. Like Starlight, she lost control over her people, and flees when she refuses the protagonist's offer of friendship. That said, it's likely that Chrysalis will return again, and will end up pulling a HeelFaceTurn akin to Starlight's. Thorax and Celestia will then pardon her, and she will start working to regain her position as Queen. And when she does become Queen again, she will rule alongside Thorax, she will get a new appearance to symbolize her transformation from bad to good. There will also be some kind of buildup to her return, perhaps with little cameos of her stalking her enemies before she fully reveals herself again.


* [[spoiler:Jossed, at least as far as this episode goes; Chrysalis escapes, and Discord is just happy to be reunited with Fluttershy. It doesn't discount the possibility of Discord and Chrysalis locking horns in the future, though.]]

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* [[spoiler:Jossed, at least as far as this episode goes; Chrysalis escapes, and Discord is just happy to be reunited with Fluttershy. It doesn't discount the possibility of Discord and Chrysalis locking horns in the future, though.]]]]

[[WMG:Chrysalis will return, and she try to get her revenge, but will instead reform just like Starlight Glimmer.]]
Last season, we saw Starlight Glimmer, the antagonist for both the season's opening and closing two-parters, reform when Twilight gave her the chance to do so. Chrysalis' defeat in this episode is nearly a parallel to that of Starlight in her first appearance. That said, it's likely that Chrysalis will return again, and will end up pulling a HeelFaceTurn akin to Starlight's. Thorax and Celestia will then pardon her, and she will start working to regain her position as Queen. And when she does become Queen again, she will rule alongside Thorax, she will get a new appearance to symbolize her transformation from bad to good.


Discord is ''extremely'' vindictive, it's part of his character. Fluttershy being kidnapped ''seriously'' enraged him. If the heroes don't punish her, it'd make sense for Discord to.

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Discord is ''extremely'' vindictive, it's part of his character. Fluttershy being kidnapped ''seriously'' enraged him. If the heroes don't punish her, it'd make sense for Discord to.to.
* [[spoiler:Jossed, at least as far as this episode goes; Chrysalis escapes, and Discord is just happy to be reunited with Fluttershy. It doesn't discount the possibility of Discord and Chrysalis locking horns in the future, though.]]

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