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Ask Twixie Genies was an Ask a Pony Tumblr webcomic by NavitasErusSirus, based on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.

The basic plot: Twilight Sparkle was tricked into becoming an immortal, wish-granting genie, and became trapped in a bottle in a cave in the frozen north of Equestria. She was stuck there alone for weeks until Trixie Lulamoon happened upon the cave. Naturally, Trixie took the opportunity to immediately abuse Twilight's wish-granting power, not realising that genies are able to twist the meaning of wishes in quite undesirable ways.

Trixie's final wish ("I wish to be powerful! Like you!") gets Trixie turned into a genie herself, with the result that both Twilight and Trixie are now stuck in the cave. They now share a bottle, and are rather blatantly in love with each other.

The comic runs on a mix of the Fourth-Wall Mail Slot and Twilight/Trixie Shipping, with occasional story arcs which go into the backstory of Twilight and Trixie's predicament. The two genies will accept wishes from Tumblr users, as long as they use the phrase "I wish" (with the sole exception of trying to give Trixie wheels).


The personalities of Twilight and Trixie differ somewhat from their canon personalities, with Twilight being noticeably more assertive and Trixie being rather more restrained. In-Universe, this is explained as an effect of the ordeals they went through in becoming genies.

You can read the main Twixie Genies posts in chronological order here.

The blog finished up in May 2015 with a written explanation of how the series concluded due to the author's life becoming too busy to continue it further. Sadly, shortly afterward, the website was hacked, and the blog now no longer exists on the Internet.

  • The Ageless: It doesn't appear that a genie can age, making Twilight and Trixie effectively immortal. Trixie notes this herself when she points out to Zephyr Diamond that she can wait around doing nothing a lot longer than he can. Their genie nature also makes them very resistant to physical damage (their bodies are semi-incorporeal, and they can shapeshift). On top of that, they have magic to defend themselves with, and on top of that, there's a fundamental safeguard in the rules of genie magic which sends them to a new container if their old one is destroyed. Despite all this, there's no evidence that they have Complete Immortality: they're still vulnerable to hostile magic, and can be destroyed by malevolent wishes.
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  • All There in the Manual: Due to the author's life becoming too busy to continue comic, the blog concluded with the author writing what happened next after Twilight and Trixie came back home when their magic took a vacay. Basically the magic comes back to claim them but saw how happy the two ponies were, so it decided to free them no strings attached and even helped with the wedding. Ending with Twilight and Trixie wed.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: The mailbox (Boxie) is very slightly anthropomorphic, and apparently gets exhausted when it has to convey too much mail at once. Twilight talks to it and sympathises with it, but it's never seen talking back (although it does make an sickly groan at one point).
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: at one point, Twilight and Trixie try so hard to grant an impossible wish that their genie magic becomes sentient, manifesting as an enormous djinn-like monster. It turns out not to be hostile, however - just aggravated at the repeated requests to do impossible things. After firmly rebuking Twilight and Trixie, it then goes on holiday for a week, leaving them temporarily without their genie powers.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Trixie and Twilight hit each other with several during the prank war.
  • Beam-O-War: happens twice during the Rough Diamond arc, both times with Trixie versus the Sultan.
  • Becoming the Genie: Although Twilight did become a genie, this more properly applies to Trixie, who wished to become powerful like Twilight.
  • Berserk Button: for Trixie, it's wheels. She hates them so much that she's somehow even able to override the usual genie rule requiring her to grant wishes, if those wishes relate to wheels.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: The Sultan pushes Trixie a bit too far. Considering his history with the djinn, he really should have known better.
  • Big Bad: The Sultan, who turned Twilight into a Genie in the first place by tricking her into releasing him from his prison. He later returns during the Rough Diamonds arc as the Big Bad proper.
  • Bigger on the Inside: The interiors of Twilight's and Trixie's bottles appear this way, although it's more likely that Twilight/Trixie shrink down while inside them. While inside a bottle, the interior is the size of a large room compared to its occupant. Twilight and Trixie both add furnishings to their bottles to make them feel more homely.
    • At one point, Trixie throws a table out of her bottle, and it appears normal-sized in the real world, suggesting that there's some kind of space compression going on.
  • Big Word Shout: Trixie really doesn't like wheels.
  • Blessed with Suck: Twilight and Trixie have phenomenal reality-warping powers, but can only use them to grant the wishes of others.
  • Blush Stickers: Trixie blushes a lot. Twilight slightly less so.
  • Body Horror: At one point, Twilight and Trixie are fused together into a single body... and not in a very pleasant way.
  • Boomerang Bigot: Zephyr Dimaond, an Air Djinn, hates his fellow Djinni and Genies for how they turned Saddle Arabia into a barren wasteland while fighting its evil sultan.
  • Brought Down to Normal: After becoming sentient, Twilight and Trixie's genie magic decides to take a vacation, leaving Twilight and Trixie as normal ponies for a week. Problem is, they've been genies for a couple of years by this point, and are out of practice with some normal pony things. Like walking.
  • Butt-Monkey: Twilight has been accused by the readers of treating Trixie as one, as she routinely exacts vengeance on Trixie while almost never getting her dues for her own missteps (such as openly flirting with Pirate Dash despite being in a committed relationship). She's made it clear that it's supposed to be just in good fun and she genuinely loves Trixie, and Trixie doesn't mind... much.
  • Cerebus Rollercoaster: the comic deliberately alternates between lighthearted fun and more serious story arcs.
  • Chekhov's Gun: It's mentioned that Genies aren't protected by the same rules as mortals are in regard to their wishes. While this is originally used by the Sultan to kill Twilight, Zephyr exploits it to bring her Back from the Dead after Trixie kills the Sultan.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Zephyr Diamond's name is dropped early on, long before he actually shows up.
  • Continuity Nod:
    • When Twilight and Trixie are briefly Discorded, Trixie calls Twilight "my little bottled nerd" as a degrading epithet. Months later, when their personalities are again altered (this time to become more like their canon selves), Trixie does it again.
    • At the start of the Rough Diamond arc, we get a more detailed look at the inside of Twilight and Trixie's bottle. One of the pictures on the wall is from a very early Ask Twixie Genies comic. The 'wheel table' that Trixie previously threw out is also back.
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: Twilight punishes Trixie by spoonfeeding her applesauce.
  • Crush Blush: As the Tsundere, Trixie gets these all the time around Twilight.
  • Cut Short: See All There In The Manual.
  • Darker and Edgier: Compared to the other prominent genie blog, Ask Genie Twilight. Unlike Genie Twilight, which is a lighthearted Slice of Life blog, Twixie Genies is a Deconstruction of the idea of becoming a genie. Twilight's transformation meant she was completely bound to her bottle, causing her to go half-mad with grief and loneliness. As a result, she became an impish, manipulative, selfish trickster who only started to return to true sanity with the help of Trixie and, oddly enough, the Twilight from Genie Twilight. Also, Twilight's hamfisted decision to forcefully isolate herself from her friends and family for months ends up having realistic consequences.
  • Death Glare: Trixie gives one after a follower implies that she's fat.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Trixie. It takes a little while for her to truly lose her frosty demeanour; this even causes her to lash out and hurt Twilight's feelings at one point, before she realises what she's done.
  • Do Not Taunt Cthulhu: The sultan tried to imprison all the Djinn, good and evil. This ended up enraging the Djinn race to the point that they laid waste to his kingdom, ultimately taking all his subjects to another land and it's implied they turned him into Sealed Evil in a Can. To be fair, they did beseech him to stop several times and he was simply too obsessed to do so.
  • Elemental Embodiment: The djinn look like this in their true forms, embodying the four classical elements.
  • Elseworld: The Sunlight Genies mini-arc, which replaces Trixie with Sunset Shimmer and shows an Alternate Universe version of the comic. At the time it was published, even the Tumblr's banner and theme changed to reflect this new reality. In this alternate universe, Sunset Shimmer was the one who found the cave and became a genie, and Twilight later joined her as a genie and fell in love. Unlike Trixie's cool attitude, Sunset seems to be just as hot-blooded as Twilight, if not more so.
  • Emerging from the Shadows: Spike does so in this strip. Twilight immediately lampshades it by asking "Why are you being weird with the light thing?"
  • Expendable Alternate Universe: In an early comic, Twilight creates a whole bunch of genies, but quickly declares them to be from "inconsequential dimensions" and sends them to the universes they were wished from.
  • Eye Beams: "I wish Twilight could shoot lasers from her eyes."
  • Eye Scream: Discord 'fixes' Trixie's eye problem.
  • Face Plant: Genies don't have legs (and as is explained early on, it's very difficult for a genie to take a legged form). So when Twilight gets her legs back at one point, she's out of practice with walking. With unsurprising results.
  • False Innocence Trick: This is how Twilight was tricked into becoming a genie and releasing the Sultan in the first place.
  • Family-Unfriendly Death: Twilight is graphically disintegrated into powder, all while desperately attempting to crawl to Trixie just to hold her one last time.
  • Fanservice: It's a shipping comic, so there's a lot of it. Both Twilight and Trixie have been dressed up in sexy harem attire on multiple occasions, sometimes purely at Twilight's request.
  • Fantastic Racism: The Sultan has this towards Genies and Djinn. Zephyr Diamond appears to have this toward genies at first.
  • Fatal Flaw: The Sultan's was Pride. Even as the conflict with the Djinn he started devastated his kingdom and the Djinn pleaded with him to stop repeatedly, he was too prideful to yield. The end result was Saddle Arabia reduced to a desert and the Sultan Sealed Evil in a Can.
  • Fighting a Shadow: The Sultan's monstrous form is liquid/vaporous and physical attacks don't seem to harm it much. It takes being incinerated completely to finally kill him.
  • Fourth-Wall Mail Slot: Like most Ask a Pony Tumblrs, the comic runs on this. The Mailbox is actually a manifest entity in Twilight and Trixie's world (Twilight even gave it a name).
  • Foreshadowing: In a very early comic, Twilight suggests that genies can 'share bottles' (which appears to be an Unusual Euphemism). Several months later, Twilight discovers just how true that is (much to her discomfort).
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: "I wish for you to swap bodies." (This was directly after a reader wished for them to swap mane styles).
  • From Beyond the Fourth Wall: Readers can send wishes to Twilight and Trixie via their mailbox (or, in special cases where the mailbox is inaccessible, a secondary emergency mailbox built directly into the genie bottle).
  • Freeing the Genie: Happens to Twilight as a result of a combination of a loophole and a Heroic Sacrifice by a djinn. It doesn't last, however.
  • Gender Bender: At one point, Twilight and Trixie are both asked to describe their 'perfect stallions', and they both end up describing male versions of each other. It isn't long before a flood of wishes come in asking them to turn into those stallions. (Neither of them seem particularly unhappy with the result.)
    • Trixie later transforms into a stallion to try to match the expectations of Twilight's parents.
  • Genie in a Bottle: Twilight and Trixie are specifically this kind of genie. (Not only that, they both eventually end up in the same bottle.)
  • Get A Hold Of Yourself Man: Rarity does this to Twilight after Twilight starts freaking out over Trixie's disappearance from the bottle.
    • Twilight later does this to Trixie after Trixie breaks down, believing that Twilight will abandon her.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Trixie gets them after the Sultan makes her mad.
  • Gory Discretion Shot: A reader wishes to explode. Twilight grants the wish literally.
  • Harmless Freezing: Rainbow Dash gets encased in ice at one point. It stops her in her tracks, but she's still able to speak and breathe.
  • Hero Killer: The Sultan. Not only is he immune to Genie Magic completely, but the only option the heroes have when he shows up is run. As if that wasn't enough, he even seemingly kills Twilight by catching one of her wishes and throwing it back at her.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Zephyr Diamond uses the last of his magic to bring Twilight back from nonexistence.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: The Sultan goes down this path, starting as a benevolent king and eventually actually becoming a monster with power rivalling those he fought.
  • High-Pressure Emotion: At one point, steam shoots out of Trixie's horn.
  • History Repeats: In his final moments, the Sultan realises that he's once again done the exact same thing that destroyed his homeland the first time - provoking a genie so much that they unleash the full extent of their rage upon him.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: The Sultan kills Twilight by reflecting the wish she tried using on him back at her. He's then hit with this in return when the resulting rage this causes Trixie results in her bottle breaking, allowing her to blast him to nothing. Could count as a double dose, considering Trixie was presumably able to kill him for the same reason he could kill Twilight, namely that immortals aren't protected by Genie Rules, something she wouldn't have known if he hadn't revealed it.
  • I Choose to Stay: Twilight gets turned back a normal pony again (well, an alicorn, but still, a living, breathing pony). However, she gives it up almost immediately to be with Trixie, on the grounds that if they're going to be freed, they should be freed together.
  • Idiot Ball: While explaining how Twilight became a genie, Trixie makes it pretty clear that Twilight was carrying this. Everything about the situation should have rung alarm bells, but Twilight somehow just didn't notice until it was too late.
  • Ironic Fear: Twilight has a fear of bottles (specifically, genie bottles). This stems from when she first became a genie; she was trapped in her bottle for three months and thought she would never escape. When her bottle was later destroyed (forcing her to move into Trixie's) she had a minor breakdown over it.
  • Jackass Genie: Twilight, at first. Eventually it's revealed that Twilight tricked Trixie into becoming a genie on purpose, so that she wouldn't be alone any more.
  • Knight of Cerebus: The Sultan. The story instantly becomes more serious when he appears and he's never played for laughs at all. He's also responsible for temporarily killing Twilight, and indirectly responsible for Zephyr's death as well.
  • Knight Templar: The Sultan]]. While he wanted to protect his subjects from the evil members of the djinn race, he tried to imprison them all, good and evil. This did not end well.
  • Last of His Kind: Zephyr Diamond, the last of the Old Djinn.
  • Last-Second Word Swap:
    Twilight: WHY DID YOU KIDNAP MY WIIiiiioooo... ...oooaaAAFRIEND! Why did you kidnap my marefriend?!
  • Literal Genie: Twilight and Trixie are pretty upfront about the fact that they will twist any wish given to them, and can interpret wishes very creatively if they choose to do so. This is mainly to discourage people from trying to abuse their power. Trixie found this out firsthand when she made her wishes; the last one turned her into a genie and changed her life forever.
  • Magic A Is Magic A: The comic continually establishes the rules and limits of genie magic, and sometimes events are driven by what Twilight and Trixie can, can't, or must do.
  • Meaningful Name: A zephyr is a type of wind (specifically an warm, eastward wind), reflecting Zephyr Diamond's true nature as an air djinn.
  • Medium Awareness: It's not clear exactly what Twilight and Trixie think Tumblr is, or how much they know about it. At the very least, they know that it's a place full of people who follow their exploits, and who send them wishes. Wishes from followers appear in classic Tumblr 'ask' bubbles, and are frequently handled in the comic as if they are physical objects.
    • Twilight makes fun of a Unicode emoticon at one point (by mimicking the expression with her own face).
    • Trixie gets scared of a user avatar picture which happens to be the Alicorn Amulet.
    • At one point an infuriated Trixie ends an alternate universe mini-arc by literally pushing a comic panel apart.
  • Mermaid Problem: As genies, Twilight and Trixie have ethereal lower bodies and therefore no visible genitalia. Twilight doesn't consider this a problem, however, as it preserves her dignity.
  • Motif Merger: After Twilight moves into Trixie's bottle, the symbol on it shifts from Trixie's cutie mark to a subtle combination of Trixie's and Twilight's marks. This appears to be a magical feature of genie bottles; later on, when Trixie is taken from the bottle, the symbol shifts to Twilight's cutie mark.
  • Mythology Gag:
    • Trixie uses the term 'neighgativity' at one point. The comic doesn't tend to resort to pony puns most of the time, so this is probably a reference to Trixie's infamous "neighsayers!" line from the episode "Boast Busters".
    • At one point, Trixie and Twilight are encouraged to revert to the personalities they had in the show; in doing so, Trixie regains her iconic wizard hat, also first seen in "Boast Busters".
    • Trixie's dislike of wheels was established in the episode "Magic Duel".
    • Trixie mentions that Pinkie Pie treats mail correspondence "religiously" - likely a reference to "Wonderbolts Academy", where Pinkie gets increasingly obsessive about it (to the point of refusing to leave the mailbox even for a second).
  • Narcissist: Trixie is this, although it's not overt. Perhaps most telling is that when a reader wished for Twilight and Trixie to become their favourite objects, Trixie turned into... herself.
    • Trixie also had a large painting of herself hanging in her bottle, before Twilight moved in.
  • Narrating the Obvious: A reader does it at one point. Twilight and Trixie don't seem amused.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: Trixie thinks so, at least when she's in her Great and Powerful persona. She calls Twilight her "little bottled nerd".
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Remember how Twilight became a Genie in the first place? It turns out that in doing so she accidentally unleashed an ancient evil sultan from his prison.
    • Also, it turns out that turning an already power mad, genocidal dictator with delusions of godhood and dreams of Taking Over The World into a powerful ice monster may not have been the best idea for a punishment.
  • No Name Given: The Sultan is never named.
  • Official Couple: Can't get much more official than having their Portmanteau Couple Name in the title of the comic.
  • Oh, Crap!:
  • Our Genies Are Different: Invoked In-Universe. Genies and djinn are related but different entities, the biggest difference being that genies have traded their freedom for immortality and power.
  • Overprotective Dad: Twilight's father comes across this way when he's first introduced. It turns out he's just putting on the act to test Trixie.
  • Power Perversion Potential: Aside from the obvious perversion potential of being able to warp reality with a wish (which Twilight occasionally makes use of), Twilight also demonstrates that her ethereal tail is rather good at binding Trixie up.
  • Relationship Upgrade: Twilight and Trixie go through some in the course of the comic. The first real Relationship Upgrade comes after Hearts And Hooves Day, moving them to Official Couple status. Later, during the Rough Diamond arc, Twilight proposes to her and Trixie accepts, making them fiancées. After this, their engagement horn-rings become a permanent part of their appearances.
  • Reluctant Fanservice Girl: Trixie, and not Twilight, surprisingly.
  • Say My Name: Trixie is asked to drop some Mentos into Twilight's bottle while Twilight's been turned into cola. Twilight isn't amused.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The crystal containing the Sultan, who Twilight accidentally released (turning Twilight into a genie in the process).
  • Sealed Good in a Can: Twilight, after becoming trapped in the bottle (although she turns out to be more like Sealed Jerkass In A Can by the time Trixie finds her).
    • The cave itself temporarily becomes a can for both of them. Twilight and Trixie both decide that their power is too dangerous to risk others getting their hooves on it, so they seal the cave to prevent others finding them. It takes an alternate dimension's Twilight to unseal it.
  • Sexier Alter Ego: Trixie's Great and Powerful persona is far more seductive than her normal one.
  • Sexy Discretion Shot: When the Tumblr hit 2000 followers, Twilight celebrated by holding Trixie to a promise that she previously made (Trixie apparently never thought they'd ever get that many followers). We don't get to see the celebrations (Twilight pulls Trixie off-panel), but we do get to read the promise, which makes it pretty clear just what Twilight is doing off panel.
    • Twilight later clarifies that they didn't go "all the way", because Trixie isn't ready for it yet and Twilight loves her far too much to force it. This was in response to some readers not liking the implications.
  • Shout-Out:
    • There's a few to Aladdin, of course:
      • The three basic rules of genie wishes (no killing, no changing ponies' feelings, no resurrecting the dead) happen to match those same rules in Aladdin, although Twilight says she's never heard of it.
      • Twilight later quotes Aladdin in this comic, so apparently she's seen it since then (unless the wording was just a coincidence). Trixie definitely has seen it, since she finishes the quote for her.
    • The creator is a Doctor Who fan, so there's a few shout outs to that too:
      • Trixie comes back from their Saddle Arabian holiday wearing a fez, declaring it to be cool.
      • The design of Zephyr Diamond is based on the War Doctor.
      • Trixie rules out a time travel-based solution to their genie problem on the grounds that them becoming genies is a "fixed point in time", even citing the Doctor himself.
    • Trixie drinks too many "AJD's" when celebrating the 2014 New Year. This is likely a reference to 'Applejack Daniels', a drink seen in the fandom animation Epic Pie Time.
    • During the crossover with Ask Genie Twilight, Trixie grants Twilight's wish for genie-like clothing and accessories. She ends up dressed like Shantae, a half-human genie from the Game Boy Color game of the same name. (This form even becomes known as "Shantae Twilight").
    • Trixie takes a question from Serving Spoon at one point. Serving Spoon is a character from the Just Ask Serving Spoon Tumblr (Google it if you like, but be warned that it's very Not Safe For Work). Trixie discusses the possibility of visiting Serving Spoon's universe, although, knowing the Stripperiffic nature of Serving Spoon's lifestyle, asks that she be allowed to cover up while she's there.
  • Single Malt Vision: Trixie gets it after drinking too much during New Year celebrations.
    Twilight: Hmmm... you're right, she may have hit the AJD's a little hard.
    Trixie: Trixie is FINE. Sparkle should worry more about there being two of her.
  • Sizeshifter: Part of the genie package. Twilight and Trixie can both grow and shrink at will. Trixie often seems to end up in small forms, so much so that her shrunken form even has its own nickname ('Tiny Trixie').
  • Snake People: Twilight gets turned into one.
  • Snakes Are Sexy: Twilight seems to think so, at least when she is one...
  • Sound-Effect Bleep: As is common in My Little Pony fan works, Fluttershy's "yay" is used to censor out profanities and mature content.
  • Sssssnaketalk: Twilight gets this after being turned into a snake-pony-genie.
  • Sue Donym: When Twilight's parents come to visit, Trixie finds that they're expecting Twilight's partner to be of the opposite gender. Panicking, she transforms into a stallion on the spot, and almost gives her real name, but changes it to 'Trickster' at the last second.
  • Take That!: Trixie gets wished to 'wear a ridiculous hat'... and ends up with Applejack's stetson.
  • These Are Things Man Was Not Meant to Know: This.
  • Third-Person Person: as in the show, Trixie speaks this way.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Twilight did on becoming a genie, although she still has a kind heart underneath it all.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Conversely, Trixie seems to have gained a lot more warmth and humility since becoming a genie.
  • Through a Face Full of Fur: A problem inherited from the show, but even more noticeable due to the frequent blushing. Of course, they're genies with semi-incorporeal bodies and shapeshifting powers, so technically there's no reason why they can't blush...
  • Tsundere: Trixie, to a T. She blatantly adores Twilight, but absolutely refuses to admit it... at first.
  • Twin Threesome Fantasy: Apparently a lot of readers had these when an alternate universe's Twilight came to visit...
  • Unstoppable Rage: What happens when you hurt Twilight in front of Trixie. In particular when the Sultan seemingly kills Twilight, who she discovers was about to propose to her. Her anger is such that she shatters her lamp and frees herself. She then proceeds to more or less incinerate the Sultan.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: The Sultan, who believed that the only way to save his land was to rid it of the djinn, by any means necessary.
  • Wham Shot: Trixie's lamp shattering in response to her rage at the Sultan seemingly murdering Twilight. Note, a Genie being freed is supposed to be impossible.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Genie Twilight gives one to the Twixie Genies over their choice of going into a self imposed exile to avoid someone with evil intentions finding them, pointing out that if that happened, they could just twist the wishes to avoid them causing harm, and more importantly for not thinking how much this choice would hurt their friends. They realize she's right and have her blow down the wall keeping ponies from reaching them so they can set things right.
    • Later, Applejack and Rainbow Dash are clearly ticked with Twilight for not thinking about contacting them this whole time. Rainbow Dash, who thought this was because Twilight stopped caring about them, relents when Twilight explains she was forced into a life of maddening exile with little hope of ever seeing them again, but Applejack took it much harder because Twilight thought a single letter telling them she was okay would be enough to apologize for hurting them.
  • The Worf Effect: Rainbow Dash, as expected, goes straight for the attack with the ice monster during the Rough Diamonds arc... and gets instantly frozen.
  • You Are Fat: Trixie is the occasional butt of fat jokes, despite having an ethereal lower body and having exactly the same build as Twilight. Some of these stem from the early observation that her genie bottle is noticeably stouter than Twilight's.
  • You Are Worth Hell: Although Twilight doesn't really see her imprisonment as hell (at least, not since Trixie joined her), this is the spirit behind her decision to remain as a genie when she had the opportunity to escape.

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