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The Mane Six run into many, many different worlds and universes in their travels. Some are variations on Equestria, others are completely unknown to them. Here's a handy guide of what they've encountered.

NOTE: This page is mainly for cataloging the various worlds/arcs and the unique characters encountered within.

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     Kaiju Ponies 
  • A Kind of One: Godzilla refers to Rainbow Dash and Applejack as 'a Rodan' and 'an Anguirus' because they're the same species as them, but it's this trope as they're literally the only members of their species in existence (being they were created by ancient civilizations) and he's basically making a species name up on the spot.
  • Blob Monster: Hedorah, naturally. Pinkie Pie also becomes one on arrival, though with a more reptilian shape to her. It's not exactly clear what she's made of though, just that it smells sweet.
  • Giant Flyer: Mothra Lea and Rodan are mentioned and Xenilla shows up in his flying form. Rainbow Dash actually became the same species as Rodan on arrival, while Fluttershy became a Mothra. While Twilight became a Godzillasaur, she kept her wings and thus also counts.
  • Kaiju: Is a Godzilla universe, and thus inhabited by a lot of them. The mane six turn into them when they arrive for a change.
  • One-Winged Angel: When taken to Equestria, they turn into native species while retaining some traits, but if given an infusion of magic can reassume their true form for a period of time.
  • Planimal: Biollante is mentioned. Applejack also turned into one when she arrived, basically being a hybrid between Anguirus and an apple tree similar to Biollante's nature.
  • Power Crystal: Krystalak and Xenilla, naturally. Rarity turned into some kind of crystal monster similar to Krystalak.
  • Summon Bigger Fish: Mainline Equestria sometimes calls for aid from the Terra Defenders when in need of help against something big or extreme odds.

Godzilla Junior

  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's called the King of the Monsters for a reason, and the title is not just a nickname. He's ruler of half of Terra's kaiju. Even in pony form he's capable of fighting the 20 foot tall Alpha Death Crawler one on one and killing the four smaller ones without much trouble.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Is called in to help save the town besieged by the Death Crawlers, and arrives just in time to save Cheerilee and the struggling defenders.
  • Breath Weapon: Has his Atomic Ray, as to be expected.
  • Clueless Chick Magnet: His Equestrian form manages to get a number of mares to swoon for him as in The Bridge proper, but he has no clue about it, nor real interest in romance.
  • Eat Me: How he kills one of the Death Crawlers.
  • Giant Foot of Stomping: After the Female Alpha Death Crawler appears, Cherry Blossom (sick and tired of the whole mess) has the native Lyra turn Junior back into his true form, and he promptly squashes it like a bug under his now gigantic foot.
  • Gentle Giant: In stark contrast to the last Godzilla the group met, he's this. The moment he sensed Twilight unknowingly sending off a psychic distress call due to being fearful of him, he relaxes and tries to calm her down, letting them know he's not there for a fight unless someone else starts. Even in pony form, he's still a mountain of a stallion, so he still counts.
  • Good Is Not Soft: Is very willing to kill to protect others if need be. He wipes out four of the six Death Crawlers quickly and efficiently, and ultimately kills both Alphas, but is doing so to save innocent people.
  • Happily Adopted: By both parents. Notably, his adopted mother was a human, and he's quite protective of her.
  • Having a Blast: Can do a Nuclear Pulse to unleash a pretty powerful explosion. He also is able to channel it to his limbs or tail to enhance his blows.
  • Jawbreaker: Learned from his mentor Kong. He uses it to kill one of the Death Crawlers.
  • Kaiju: He's Godzilla, what else would you expect?
  • Psychic Radar: The reason he ended up finding the Mane Six: Twilight turned into a Godzillasaur in his universe, and they have a homing sense allowing him to detect others of his kind. This confuses him, as all other members of his kind were accounted for at the time so at first he thinks it's a baby one.
  • Raised by Humans: His 'mother' was a human who took care of him until his father, the previous Godzilla, took him in.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Despite being very confused by the sudden appearance of six other kaiju (mainly because three of them should be the only member of their species in existence), he takes time to calm Twilight down when she starts panicking (due to a previous Kaiju related experience) and hears them out. He then does his best to help him, even if the situation very reasonably confuses him.

Mothra Lea

  • Action Girl: Is one of the strongest of the Defenders, being a toss up between her and Junior.
  • Badass Adorable: Is a giant fuzzy moth. The plan to deal with Yomi's demon army is to let her do it. She does.
  • Beam Spam: Has a lot of energy attacks at her disposal, and can rapid fire them.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Is a giant moth in her true form and a Changeling Queen in her Equestrian one. Benevolent example.
  • Red Baron: The Guardian of Mortals.
  • Summon Bigger Fish: Twilight brings her to the Lighting the Darkness world to deal with Yomi's demon army so they can defeat the demon lord.


  • Breath Weapon: His Uranium Ray.
  • Feed It with Fire: Can absorb thermal energy from any source to gain strength, including fire and background heat. Twilight feeds him enough to access his Super Mode to turn the tables on Zeus.
  • Giant Flyer: Is a giant altered Pterosaur.
  • How Do I Shot Web?: When he comes to Equestria, he has trouble walking due to going from four limbs to six.
  • Partial Transformation: In Equestria, he becomes a Griffon, but his bird half is still a Pterosaur.
  • Red Baron: The Guardian Beast of Air, the Supersonic Phoenix, Guardian Beast Omega.
  • Super Mode: If powered up enough, he can temporarily obtain the full power he would have had if he hadn't been awakened prematurely. Twilight feeds him an entire army's worth of thermal weaponry to do this to fight Zeus.


  • Breath Weapon: Can spit plasma fireballs and breath fire. He retains this power even when on Equus.
  • Healing Factor: Has a water powered one, though weaker than Godzilla's.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Strikes one up with the Beetleborg Cutie Mark Crusaders and the group fights together in the battle with the Flim Flam's army. This was inspired by his status as the Friend to All Children in the Showa Era.
  • Making a Splash: Is the Guardian Beast of Water, though he primarily fights with fireballs by splitting hydrogen and oxygen then burning them. This makes fighting in a rain storm give him a small boost.
  • Red Baron: Guardian Beast of Water, Guardian Beast Beta.
  • Summon Bigger Fish: His aid is called for to fend off the invading Flim Flam Brothers, though his kaiju form is saved for later in the battle.
  • Turtle Power: Is a giant firebreathing turtle.


  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Wears a tuxedo to Winter Song and Sincere Heart's wedding. Shining Armor brought him along to be a bodyguard, and he's very good at that job. Sadly it's not as bullet proof as he is and gets shredded.
  • Breath Weapon: Can spit magnesium flare fireballs from his mouth. He can also breath a short range flamethrower attack he can condense into a blow torch-like beam.
  • The Cape: His personality in a nutshell. His first action when Chrysalis attacks the wedding is to jump between the King and Queen and some armed terrorists. Throughout the battle, he avoids using lethal force whenever feasible. The guy even shields a Neo-Hooviet helicopter from friendly fire at one point.
    • After going kaiju, he's beset by enemy attack choppers. Rather than swatting them down, Yongarry grabs them out of the air and disarms them...then sets them down on the ground so the crew can bail out alive. Doesn't get much more Cape than that.
  • Determinator: Fights Chrysalis's Mechagodzilla for over two hours straight.
  • Extra-ore-dinary: Is the Guardian Beast of Metal, and as such has several abilities revolving around using it from a degree of ferrokinesis, to spitting magnesium flares, and even absorbing metal to power up.
  • Feed It with Fire: While bullets being worthless against a kaiju are expected, but Yonggary is special as not only do they do nothing, they make him stronger when he absorbs them.
    Enemy Soldier: EAT LEAD FREAK! *Fires only for Yonggary to absorb it* ... he does eat lead...huh...
  • Immune to Bullets: Shooting him is worse than worthless, even in his pony form. Not only do they have no effect on him, he absorbs them and makes him stronger. Comes in handy for shielding allies from fire.
  • In a Single Bound: Is an excellent jumper, in his true form and as a pony, making him surprisingly agile for his size.
  • No-Sell: Shooting him does nothing. In fact, not only does he just shrug it off, he absorbs the bullets and it makes him stronger.


  • Shock and Awe: The Guardian Beast of it, and thus has this as her main power. Pony Rangers!Celestia exploits this to create the Thunderzords.


  • Adaptation Name Change: His name is Xenilla instead of the canonical Space Godzilla, just like in the fic this particular version of the character came from.
  • Asskicking Equals Authority: Like Junior he leads his own faction, the Mutations, and is in charge because he's the strongest with only Destroyah rivaling him.
  • Clones Are People, Too: Xenilla is technically a clone of Junior's father, but has a completely different personality from him and instead sees himself as Junior's brother.
  • Deflector Shields: Has a barrier he can use to protect himself from attacks.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Leaves Junior and the Mane Six be for the moment because he acknowledges that seven on one aren't good odds.
  • Psychic Radar: Shares the same one as Junior, which is how he found him in the mane six.
  • Truly Single Parent: Has two 'sons', Obsidius and Krystalak, he created from his crystals. This confuses him as while Rarity resembles the latter, he senses no similarities between them.


  • Achilles' Heel: He needs his arms to be in specific poses to use most of his special abilities, so if they are immobilized, he can't use them. He also can't teleport if he's touching something.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Godzilla Jr. blows his arm off.
  • Arc Villain: Will be the main villain of the arc.
  • Attack Reflector: Is able to absorb an opponent's beam and use it to fire an attack that multiplies the power several-fold.
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: The yellow spot on his face isn't his eye, the yellow patches on his chest are.
  • The Dreaded: He is feared by the Ultras for killing so many of them. The reason why the Ultras didn't show up during Final Wars was because their enemies spread a rumor that Zetton was attacking another planet, so they moved to stop him.
  • Dynamic Entry: Makes his presence known by launching a fireball at the group, though Junior counters it with his atomic breath.
  • Evil Is Bigger: Is 20 meters taller than Junior.
  • Expy: He was inspired and based off of Combustion Man character wise.
  • Hero Killer: Has killed Ultras in the past, and Meddock believes he could kill Junior. He's at least able to give Junior a serious fight.
  • Implacable Man: No matter how far his target runs or how injured he gets, he'll never stop chasing them.
  • Left Stuck After Attack: Punches Pinkie Pie during the battle with him, but as she's a Blob Monster in her Terran form his hand gets stuck in her and whatever she's made of is extremely sticky, resulting in getting his hand stuck in her. Even after she lets him go, part of her remains stuck to him and blocks his teleporation as well as causing him to get stuck to a mountain at one point.
  • Playing with Fire: Can fire powerful and explosive fireballs.
  • Rogues Gallery Transplant: Is typically an Ultraman villain. It's even lampshaded with Alien Zetton Meddock noting he's fought, and killed, Ultras before.
  • Silent Antagonist: He doesn't communicate in any way and Junior notes that his 'Z-Ton' sound isn't actually a vocalization in any way, rather being the sound of his fireballs charging up.
  • Super Strength: His strength is on par with Junior's and he can crush an Ultra's nearly indestructible Color Timer.
  • Teleport Spam: Can teleport and uses it to stay at range and fire at Junior until he figures out a way to bring him in close.

     In Between Inn 

Tenth Dimensional Pinkie Pie

  • Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: Apparently from an Equestria where they did this, and thus is now a tenth dimensional being.
  • Adorable Abomination: Is an all powerful tenth dimensional entity who is described as feeling like touching a universe...but she's still Pinkie Pie.
  • Energy Beings: At least looks like one.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: Turns out the form she appears in is this, as her true form, as shown with her Rainbow Dash, is an impossibly gigantic entity stretching on in all directions for eternity and with aspects incomprehensible even to a universe eating Eldritch Abomination.
  • More than Three Dimensions: Is an tenth dimensional being, which results in her being a Reality Warper and able to make a bed and breakfast in the Void Between the Worlds.
  • Mundane Utility: Is able to warp reality with a thought...and uses it to run a bed and breakfast between multiverses.
  • Nice Girl: Tenth dimensional being or not, she's still Pinkie Pie. Her response to seeing Factory Scootaloo's depressed state is to offer her ice cream to make her feel better.
  • Reality Warper: The reason everything is free at her bed and breakfast: she's capable of warping reality with a thought.
  • Winged Unicorn: Appears as an Alicorn, though she's something else entirely.
  • You Cannot Grasp the True Form: As shown with her Rainbow Dash, her true form is this, being so incomprehensible even universe eating Eldritch Abomination tier creatures can't comprehend it.

Tenth Dimensional Rainbow Dash

Tenth Dimensional Twilight Sparkle

  • More than Three Dimensions: Is an tenth dimensional being, which results in her being a Reality Warper.
  • No-Sell: Intercepts an attack by 'Empress' Twilight for the Mane Six just by standing in the way. The attack has zero effect on her and is described as being the equal of a bee trying to sting a Kaiju.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: After being pushed too far by 'Empress' Twilight, she gives her one.
  • Time Stands Still: Or rather, she stands still in time. She can choose to simply stop moving in the fourth dimension, giving the appearance she's stopped time.
  • You Cannot Grasp the True Form: Her true form is unbelievably massive to the point of dwarfing universes, seems to stretch on in all directions to eternity, and has aspects to it even an Eldritch Abomination can't comprehend it.

Tenth Dimensional Rarity

Tenth Dimensional Applejack

Tenth Dimensional Fluttershy

Tenth Dimensional Celestia

  • Big Good: Seems to still be this, as she recruited an omniverse-spanning group of Bearers (or beings with something equal) to defeat Tenth Dimensional Tirek.
  • Me's a Crowd: Spoke to all the Bearers she gathered at the same time, each Celestia acting independent but also clearly being the same thing as the main Tenth Dimensional Celestia.
  • More than Three Dimensions: Is an tenth dimensional being, which results in her being a Reality Warper.
  • Reality Warper: Is capable of gathering innumerable Bearers from across the omniverse and then return them to the exact moment they left.
  • Time Master: Was able to pull her army of Bearers from across all existence and return them to the very moment she took them. Some of her doubles also seemed to be manipulating time so they could have conversations with each individual group of Bearers at the same time and all end in the exact same moment.
  • You Cannot Grasp the True Form: Her true form is unbelievably massive to the point of dwarfing universes, seems to stretch on in all directions to eternity, and has aspects to it even an Eldritch Abomination can't comprehend it.

Tenth Dimensional Luna

Tenth Dimensional Santa

Tenth Dimensional Tirek.

  • Eldritch Abomination: Plays this more straight than the other Tenth Dimensional ponies, as he's actively malevolent. He also absorbed one of these to ascend to this level.
  • Fusion Dance: Is the result of the Tirek of the Tenth Dimensional Ponies' world (who couldn't ascend naturally due to his selfish and materialistic nature) merging with countless of his other selves and an Eldritch Abomination.
  • More than Three Dimensions: Is an tenth dimensional being, which results in him being a Reality Warper.
  • Reality Warper: Can bend reality to his whim like all the tenth dimensional beings, which allows him to do things like create and hurl entire universes.

    Rainbow Factory 
  • Dark Fic: Based on one of the most famous. Prime!Rainbow Dash gave it a happy ending though.

Rainbow Dash

  • Alternate Self: Is an alternate version of Rainbow Dash, though Rainbow Prime refuses to acknowledge her as such due to seeing her as undeserving of it. Defied by Therapist Rainbow Dash, who acknowledges that she's a product of her environment on top of being mentally ill.
  • Curbstomp Battle: Is on the receiving end once Rainbow Dash pulls out her Rainbow Power form.
  • Evil Me Scares Me: Prime Rainbow Dash hated her before finding out that she was trying to murder her Scootaloo, at which point she outright disowns her and gives her a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown. Defied by Therapist Rainbow, who while unnerved recognizes she's mentally ill.
  • Mirror Match: Is an alternate version of Rainbow Dash, so their fight is like this...until Prime Rainbow activates her Rainbow Power form.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: At least her original personality at least feels this way about what she did in the brief moment she resurfaces, even saying they threw Scootaloo away. It's implied that after being shown by Mainline Rainbow how Scootaloo would grow and change if she was allowed to live the Factory personality may also feel she deserves to be punished, but doesn't feel her relatively innocent original personality does.
  • Social Darwinist: Her factory personality believes 'failures' need to die in the Pegasus Device for the betterment of society. This factor helps tip off Therapist Rainbow Dash to her Split Personality: she only exhibited this trait in the Rainbow Factory, not even in Who You Are In The Dark moments outside of it, because the original Rainbow personality was in control during those moments.
  • Split Personality: As in the alternate ending to the original fic, she turns out to have one as Therapist Rainbow Dash deduces, but it's expanded on in a later entry. Rainbow Dash created an Alter to deal with the trauma of the being forced to keep the Factory secret and work there when she was young, resulting in a good personality relatively the same as any other Rainbow Dash, and a Social Darwinist with a psychotic streak dedicated to the Factory even more than Scootaloo. Since her defeat, the alternate personality has remained in control to protect her from being punished. This is actually relatively realistic, as the split personality was caused by continual trauma Rainbow Dash couldn't deal with, as is the case in real life.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Has killed many of them, and is attempting to kill Scootaloo. Prime Rainbow Dash doesn't take that very well.

Princess Celestia

  • Alternate Self: Is an alternate version of Celestia.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Is not happy about the Rainbow Factory and reacts to its existence accordingly. She also calls out the Cloudsdale ponies who think an institution based on the murder of innocent children is worth the economic benefits and allows Factory Scootaloo to go with prime Rainbow Dash because she can see she needs her at the moment.
  • Shaming the Mob: Tells off those upset about the Factory's destruction for economic reasons, as the alternative was allowing the murder of children.


  • Action Survivor: Survived the Rainbow Factory long enough for Rainbow Prime to save her.
  • Alternate Self: Is an alternate version of Scootaloo.
  • Broken Bird: Is traumatized due to what happened in the Rainbow Factory, including her mentor trying to murder her and two of her friends dying. This is why Rainbow Dash took her with her when the group departs: to help her recover.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Becomes one when Rainbow Dash decides to take her with them to help her heal from the trauma she experienced.
  • Freak Out: Has this reaction when G3 Rainbow mentioned making Rainbows, due to her accidentally triggering her trauma from the Rainbow Factory. Both the travelling Rainbow and G3 Rainbow help her get through it.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: Joins the group in their multiversal travels so Rainbow can help her recover from the trauma of what happened to her.
  • Harmful to Minors: There's a very good reason she's a Broken Bird: namely seeing the horrors of the Rainbow Factory, including having two of her friends die.
  • Trauma Button: Was nearly murdered by her Rainbow Dash and turned into spectra for rainbows, and had two friends killed in the same way, so as a result, mentioning making rainbows is this for her and she has a Freak Out when G3 Rainbow does just that. G3 Rainbow and Princess Rarity help her past it, however.

    My Little Pony G 2 
  • Adaptational Origin Connection: There's no indication the G2 series was connected to the G1 series. Here it's a direct follow up set in the same universe after Megan and company succeeded in defeating all of Ponyland's evils.

Queen Sunsparkle/Sundance

  • Bequeathed Power: She received a great power from the magic throne, but can't consciously activate it at present. Her description of the pony who she met when declared the queen and the shape her Super Mode aura takes on implies she received Queen Majesty's power.
  • The Chosen One: Was chosen by a magic throne to be queen.
  • The High Queen: Is the benevolent, but recently crowned, Queen of Ponyland.
  • How Do I Shot Web?: Received some kind of power from the magic throne, but doesn't know how exactly it works just yet.
  • Meaningful Rename: Becoming queen resulted in a name change.
  • Super Mode: When she gets enraged enough to subconsciously trigger the power granted by the throne, she gets a white aura and her power skyrockets to the point she can No-Sell a high powered sniper round and let loose extremely powerful shockwaves. However she can only maintain it for a short time at present and is exhausted when it wears off.
  • Super Senses: Her power from the Red Light of Courage is enhanced eye sight.

Light Heart

Sweet Berry

Princess Silver Swirl

  • Barrier Warrior: Her power from resonating with one of the lights of the Rainbow of Light is to create powerful barriers.
  • Praetorian Guard: Acts as this for Sunsparkle in practice, being far stronger than she is and more experienced.
  • The Good Chancellor: Her other primary role, as Queen Sunsparkle is still new to the throne and needs an adviser.
  • Princesses Rule: Justified: the throne was originally vacant and waiting for The Chosen One to be found, so Silver Swirl was acting as Princess Regent until then.
  • Red Baron: The Guardian Angel.
  • World's Strongest Man: Is the strongest pony on her Ponyland.

Megan William/The Mother Over the Rainbow

  • Ace Custom: Is given a suit of Advanced Ranger Armor by Ponyland, which in addition to being for a human, the load out is also very different to better suit her skill set.
  • The Ageless: According to Word of God, the Rainbow of Light has made her agelessly immortal.
  • Badass Normal: Has no superpowers of her own, but is very skilled with both a sword and a rifle, as well as very intelligent. She manages to earn the respect of most of the gathered members of the Alliance in short order.
  • Experienced Protagonist: G1 already happened on this world, and Megan was there for all of it. In fact the reason for Ponyland being so nice and peaceful in the first place was because Megan and her friends defeated all its villains and brought peace to it. She shows off this experience by figuring out a compromise for the Alliance using examples from her many past adventures. Her experience seems to make her the go to for any compromise, as she's seen enough to understand nearly everyone's point of view.
  • Famed in Story: Is comparable to King Arthur or Hercules in terms of being a legendary hero in the mythologies of multiple universes. As such, much of the Alliance instantly respects her.
  • Future Badass: Is the future version of G1 Megan, being far more experienced and even picked up a great deal of skill with a sword and rifle. Her real claim to this is the fact she and the Paradise Ponies won and cleared out Ponyland's supervillain and monster infestation.
  • Good Parents: Spends her time adopting orphan ponies and raising them, and clearly loves them dearly.
  • Holy Hand Grenade: Still possesses and is the master of the Rainbow of Light, which in the past she used to destroy her Tirek.
  • Kneel Before Frodo: A number of Alliance leaders bow before her when she arrives because she's essentially their mythologies' version of King Arthur and a borderline Messianic figure.
  • Legendary Weapon: The Rainbow of Light is seen as this by the ponies, as to them it's basically the Excalibur to her King Arthur.
  • Living Legend: She's a legendary heroine in a number of alliance mythologies, and most of those stories are true.
  • Magnetic Hero: Manages to gain the respect of the Alliance fairly quickly, due to being both motherly and tough as nails.
  • Orphanage of Love: Decided to basically convert her home into this when she retired from being an active heroine after bringing peace to Ponyland.
  • Red Baron: "The Mother Over the Rainbow", "Conqueror of a Thousand Monsters", "Giver of Gifts", "Defender of the Stable", "Guiding Light", "Wielder of the Spear of Fire", "Teacher of Knowledge", and "The Great Mother."
  • Retired Badass: Since her Ponyland no longer has any villains, she mainly spends her days raising orphaned ponies as her adopted children. Ponyland no longer has any villains because she and her friends already kicked their butts. The few times she has come out of retirement, buttkicking has ensued.
  • Stop Worshipping Me: While she takes it in stride, she does ask the Ponylanders to stop bowing before her when she shows up.
  • Summon Bigger Fish: Sunsparkle calls her to stop the fighting among the Alliance members. She does so.
  • Team Mom: Is essentially this for her entire Ponyland, having been dubbed the Mother Over the Rainbow by many of them. Sunsparkle calls for her to act as this for the Alliance, which she quickly does. She's notably the only one capable of getting the Mechanicum and Princess Apple Bloom to come to an agreement both sides will agree to.

    My Little Pony G 3 
  • The Empath: The reason why their universe lacks negative impulses: they have a heightened sense of empathy for others and thus can't stand the idea of bringing harm to them. This also makes them Actual Pacifists.
  • Good Is Not Dumb: While very innocent, it's repeatedly mentioned they're not naive or ignorant. Kimono is notably on the same level of intelligence as Twilight.
  • Lady Land: Subverted. Unlike the original show, there are stallions in Ponyland who are treated no differently from the mares and they reproduce sexually (though it's seen as a private, intimate thing only done by couples); it's just the first ponies the Mane Six met were female and Kimono is their ambassador and thus the most common one to appear.
  • Perfect Pacifist People: Due to a heightened sense of empathy indicative of this universe, they're all Actual Pacifists. Unlike many cases, however, they do completely understand the need for violence and defending one's self when explained, even if they hold true to their ideals of pacifism. They also develop their own suit of Powered Armor designed to be a Stone Wall and Support Party Member for others who can fight so they can still help their more combat willing teammates without having to fight themselves.
  • Purity Personified: They're lacking in negative impulses due to their heightened sense of Empathy, and it's this quality that makes them capable of using Innocence Magic. It should be noted that this doesn't make them flawless or perfect; they simply lack the impulses to do wrong or harm others and have other character flaws, such as Minty's clumsiness or Thistle Whistle being somewhat cowardly. They also are not all virgins, as they still reproduce sexually; they simply only do it as an act of love as they have no capacity for lust.
  • Sugar Bowl: It's My Little Pony (G3), so it's naturally one of these.
  • Training the Peaceful Villagers: Defied, while the G3 ponies do realize violence is necessary, they're still pacifists. However, they don't fall into Suicidal Pacifism either; instead Kimono makes the Bard System so they can provide invaluable support to their more combat willing allies without actually using violence themselves.
  • White Mage: Their variant of the Powered Armor, the Bard System, is this. It has zero offensive abilities, but is designed around healing, buffing, and generally supporting allies in any way possible. As an added bonus, it debuffs those using corruptive forms of magic. This is because they're all Actual Pacifists who refuse to fight themselves but understand they have allies who need to fight and want to help.

Pinkie Pie

  • Alternate Self: Is an alternate universe Pinkie Pie.
  • Balloonacy: Is introduced floating down from the sky holding a large number of balloons, which she gives to the Mane Six.
  • Fun Personified: As with any Pinkie Pie.
  • Nice Girl: She's an alternate version of Pinkie Pie from G3, so naturally she's this.


Rainbow Dash

  • Alternate Self: Is an alternate universe version of Rainbow Dash, though she's an Earth Pony.
  • Catchphrase: "Darling", similar to Rarity.
  • The Fashionista: Similar to Prime Rarity, and their fashion sense is even noted as being similar.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Accidentally hits the visiting Scootaloo's Trauma Button by mentioning how rainbows are made. She instantly realizes this when Twilight explains and tries to help her overcome it.
  • Not So Different: Despite them externally appearing to be extremely different, she and Prime Rainbow Dash are both loyal to their friends and have good relationship with their Scootaloo. This is enough for Rainbow to be perfectly happy accepting her as an alternate version of herself. She's also got Super Speed as well.
  • Super Speed: One thing she and Prime Rainbow have in common: she's extremely fast.

Princess Rarity


  • Alcohol Hic: Does this after she accidentally gets drunk on salt water, not knowing what it is because on her world, it doesn't exist.
  • Ambadassador: Of a Badass Pacifist sort. She's the official ambassador of the World of Empathy, and develops the Bard Armor so she can provide support in a fight. She proves very helpful during the battle with the Storm King, especially since the Innocence Magic it runs on can weaken the Ram Necromancers he got from Ispita. She also learns defensive martial arts from Storm Emperor #35 to defend herself without hurting anyone.
  • Badass Pacifist: Invoked; she is a genuine pacifist like the rest of her world, but desires for her and her people to still be of help to the other universes in a fight without having to use violence themselves. So she invented the Bard Armor, a suit of Powered Armor that while completely lacking offensive abilities has a large number of supportive capabilities. She takes part in the Storm King war and pulls her weight, especially against the Ram Necromancers the Storm King has on loan from Grogar. She also learns purely defensive martial arts from Storm Emperor #35 so she can defend herself without actually hurting anyone. She proves this trope by subduing Riot and his gang in a Curbstomp Battle without ever taking offense and while making sure they don't accidentally kill each other in the process.
  • Can't Hold His Liquor: In the victory celebration after the defeat of the Storm King's forces, she ends up drinking a mug of salt water, which doesn't exist in her world and thus she has no clue what it is or what it does. That one mug causes her to get drunk and pass out, after which (and a hangover) she declares she'll never drink it again. This is apparently a universe wide trait, as due to the concept of intoxicating beverages not existing in their universe, the Empathy Worlders have no resistance to it.
  • The Coats Are Off: When Winter Song's wedding is attacked by Chrysalis's forces, she does this with her kimono she was wearing.
  • Intoxication Ensues: Drinks salt water without knowing what it does and gets drunk. Justified as salt water, at least for drinking, doesn't exist in her universe so she literally didn't know what it was or even what getting drunk was. Also, Reality Ensues and while it was comical (as she naturally lacks wicked impulses, she's nothing remotely resembling a bad drunk), both the experience of being drunk and the resulting hangover makes her never want to touch the stuff ever again and results in offering intoxicating drinks to people from her reality to be deemed an improper thing to do.
  • Leitmotif: "Pollyanna" tends to be hers whenever she uses the Bard Armor, fitting her optimistic, innocent mindset and dedication to remain true to it no matter what she's faced with.
  • Meaningful Name: She's often shown wearing a kimono, as she did in some G3 books.
  • Mortality Phobia: Downplayed. She admits that she's genuinely scared of the idea of dying a violent death and calls it terrifying, but nonetheless is willing to risk her life despite her fear to help others. She doesn't fear natural death, however, as her fear of unnatural death stems from it not existing in her universe while natural death is.
  • Odd Friendship: Has one with the Ebon Drakes, as while shes a pacifist and they're warriors, they both share a love and respect for sapient life.
  • The Smart Guy: Is the smartest pony in her world, and as such, is their main representative to the Alliance. She's also the one who invented their version of the Paladin Armor, the Bard System. According to All There in the Manual materials, she has an IQ equal to Twilight's.
  • Support Party Member: Plays this role for whatever group that she's currently a part of during a fight, as the bard Armor is designed explicitly for this role.
  • Swiss Army Weapon: The Bard Armor completely lacks offensive abilities but makes up for it with sheer versatility in supporting options it has available.
  • The Teetotaler: She becomes this. Justified as her first experience with intoxicating beverages was not pleasant and her biology means she can't drink even a single mug of it without getting drunk.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Becomes a full Badass Pacifist upon developing the Bard Armor. She takes another one upon training under the benevolent Storm Emperor #35 in defensive martial arts.
  • Victory by Endurance: The Bard Armor and her defensive martial arts allow her to do this to Riot and his crew, tanking or dodging everything they throw at her until they collapse from exhaustion and one has a Heel Realization due to her attempts to talk them down.

    Princess Twilight, Ruler of Equestria 
  • For Want of a Nail: In this world, Tirek had killed the princesses after failing to steal their magic and Twilight managed to beat him on her own, leaving her to rule Equestria on her own.

Princess Twilight



  • And I Must Scream: Ends up being sent to the "dead world" timeline caused by Starlight's meddling in the "Prime" universe. Since Bray was immortal by that point, he's stuck in an empty wasteland forever.
  • The Starscream: Dissatisfaction with how he ruled Tamberon and New Tamberon makes him want to overthrow Grogar.

    Gods and Guardians 
  • Alternate Universe: Is an alternate universe to the Gods' War timeline.
  • For Want of a Nail: Diverged from the Gods' War timeline because Shining Armor discovered a contingency plan Princess Amore created after receiving a vision of Ghidorah's eventual coming. He ultimately used it to became a Kaiju to hold off King Ghidorah and help Gojira kill Bagan. As a result, the Princesses never died and Canterlot was never destroyed.

Princess Twilight Sparkle

  • Alternate Self: To both Twilight Prime and Gods' War Twilight.
  • Bequeathed Power: Harmony gave her half of her power after being mortally wounded by Bagan.

Shining Armor

  • Alternate Self: To both Prime Shining Armor and his deceased Gods' War self.
  • Attack Reflector: Can catch beam attacks with one eye and send it right back out the other. He's also capable of keeping the attack in and build it up before releasing it all at once.
  • Barrier Warrior: Still has this despite becoming a kaiju, only know even MORE powerful thanks to his upgrade. Enough so to block Ghidorah's gravity beams.
  • Big Brother Instinct: His first thought when Twilight calls him is she might be in trouble and he checks on her before anything else.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Saved Canterlot Castle by putting a shield up just in time to stop Ghidorah's gravity beams.
  • Determinator: Despite being weaker than King Ghidorah, he stalled him for hours until Gojira arrived and still continued fighting until the King of Terror was dead.
  • Gentle Giant: He might be a kaiju, but he's still Shining Armor. His first act upon showing up when his Twilight called him was to carefully check to see if she was okay.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He transferred his soul into a massive crystal golem Princess Amore created as a contingency plan to hold King Ghidorah off until Gojira could arrive to defeat him, saving countless lives. However, in the process, his original body died and he can never turn back into a pony, which he knew going in.
  • Hold the Line: Amore noted that she never intended for whoever became the guardian to singlehandedly kill Ghidorah, only halt him to stop the loss of life until Gojira could show up and then work together. He does exactly that, for several hours.
  • I Shall Taunt You: Spends the fight with Ghidorah taunting him to try and get under his skin.
  • Kaiju: He became a kaiju to hold off King Ghidorah.
  • One-Winged Angel: Transferred his soul into a kaiju body to fight King Ghidorah and hold him off.
  • Superweapon Surprise: Finds and transfers his soul into Amore's Guardian to hold off King Ghidorah, greatly decreasing the loss of life and ultimately help kill him.
  • Tunnel King: Can burrow through the ground, apparently fast enough to appear next to Twilight's castle when called for. His first attack on Ghidorah was to burrow underneath him and undermine the ground below him to knock him down.
  • Was Once a Man: Like Prime Shining, he used to be a normal pony but sacrificed his original body to become a kaiju to halt Ghidorah's advance and save lives.

Princess Cadence:

  • Alternate Self: To the prime Cadence and her Gods' War counterpart.
  • Bequeathed Power: Received half of Harmony's power while Twilight received the other half.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Defied. She tried to push Shining out of the way to become the guardian monster instead, but he stopped her. Both admit after they love each other too much for it to go any other way.

Princess Amore

  • Crazy-Prepared: Amore created the guardian monster to transfer her own soul into to one day fight Ghidorah after getting a vision of him. She knew there was a chance she wouldn't live long enough for that, so she created a magic echo of herself to guide a pure hearted person into doing it.
  • Fling a Light into the Future: Amore received a prophecy from the Crystal Heart that King Ghidorah would arrive in the future. While she knew of Gojira and that he'd rise to stop Ghidorah, she also knew countless lives would be lost before then, so she created the guardian monster to halt him and minimize the damage.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Subverted. She intended to transfer her own soul into the guardian monster, but Sombra overthrew her before she could. Her echo apologizes to Shining Armor for this forcing another to make it instead.
  • Spirit Advisor: Admits she's just an echo of the original left behind as a contingency plan to act as a guide and warning.


King Ghidorah


  • Alternate Self: Is an alternate version of the Bagan from the original Gods' War timeline.
  • Off with His Head!: How he was apparently killed.
  • Posthumous Character: By the time the visiting mane six arrive, Gojira and Shining Armor have killed him and his corpse is being cleaned up.
  • Rasputinian Death: Seems to have died this way, as one arm was snapped at the elbow, his chest was thorn open, his horns were broken, his head had exposed skull, and he was decapitated. According to Word of God, this was necessary to actually kill him.

    Speed World 
  • Expy: Of the Speed Planet from Transformers Cybertron.
  • Super Speed: This version of Equus has speed as its main focus, with each of the Tribes having their own specialized speed spells to keep pace with each other and racing being a major thing.

Princess Firefly

  • Break the Haughty: Was once far more proud and brash, but the Nightmare Alexithymia incident broke her ego and made her become far more cautious and humble. Not completely, but significantly.
  • Fastest Thing Alive: Everyone on her Equus has Super Speed but Princess Firefly is the fastest. Her sister Wind Whistler is a close second, with both being able to use Godspeed to surpass the speed of light and Firefly being slightly faster.
  • Fusion Dance: Learns to do this with her sister to become Queen Eurus.
  • Intangibility: Can do this by vibrating her molecules through objects. She's not as good as her sister at it though.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Is Wind Whistler's sister in this universe.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: Has a more emotional and showy persona while her sister is a stoic intellectual.
  • Super Speed: Taken Up to Eleven, given she's an Alicorn on a world where everyone has this. She can use a spell called 'Godspeed' to exceed the speed of light with better proficiency than her sister. Additional material suggests she's literally a Flash-style Speedster.
  • Technician vs. Performer: Is the Performer to Wind Whistler's Technician, being the faster and flashier of the two. This shows in her being superior at Godspeed to Wind Whistler while Wind Whistler is better at Phasing, which requires more thought to perform properly.
  • Winged Unicorn: Is an Alicorn.

Princess Wind Whistler

  • Did You Think I Can't Feel?: She's not emotionless; just similar to her G1 self and Maud, she has difficulty conveying them. This resulted in her subjects treating her like she was an emotionless machine for centuries until she finally snapped and became Nightmare Alexithymia a thousand years, necessitating her being sealed away until Rainbow and company purified her.
  • Fusion Dance: Learns to do this with her sister to become Queen Eurus.
  • Intangibility: Can phase through things by vibrating her molecules through objects. She's better at it than her sister is.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Is Firefly's sister in this universe.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: After becoming Nightmare Alexithymia she was sealed away in her own magic book by Firefly with the elements for a thousand years until she escaped and was ultimately purified by Rainbow and company.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: Is a stoic intellectual while her sister is a more flashy and emotional sort.
  • The Stoic: As with her G1 self, she's a stoic and intellectual pony.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Like Luna, she fell a thousand years ago after enduring being treated like she lacked emotions by her subjects and her contributions being unnoticed by her subjects. This resulted in her becoming Nightmare Alexithymia and trying to wipe out emotions while also throwing the planet and its moon's orbit and axis into chaos until her sister sealed her away. Rainbow Dash and her group of Bearers purified her and saved her.
  • Super Speed: Taken Up to Eleven, given she's an Alicorn on a world where everyone has this. She can use a spell called 'Godspeed' to exceed the speed of light, thought is inferior in this regard to Firefly. Additional material suggests she's literally a Flash-style Speedster.
  • Technician vs. Performer: Is the Technician to Firefly's Performer, being the more skillful and thoughtful of the two. This shows in her being superior at Phasing, which required more thought to do safely, while Firefly is better at Godspeed.
  • Then Let Me Be Evil: After being treated like an emotionless machine for centuries by her subjects, she eventually snapped and turned into Nightmare Alexithymia and became emotionless for real until being purified in modern day.
  • Winged Unicorn: Is an Alicorn.

Queen Eurus

  • Deadpan Snarker: Comes off as this due to combining Wind Whistler's stoicism with Firefly's confidence.
  • Flash Step: Can do this, naturally, given she's a fusion of two speedsters.
  • Fusion Dance: Of Firefly and Wind Whistler.

Princess Rainbow Dash

  • Alternate Self: To Prime Rainbow Dash.
  • Super Speed: While not nearly to the degree of her mentor and Wind Whistler, she's still exceptionally fast on a world were speed is the norm.
  • The Leader: Subverted; while she's an Alicorn and Princess Firefly's graduated student, Spitfire is the leader of their set of Bearers, who are all Wonderbolts.
  • Rolling Attack: Performs one where she rolls midflight, then turns all that momentum into force for a strike to greatly increase her impact force. She teaches it to Rainbow Dash Prime. This is a Shout-Out to Sonic the Hedgehog.

    Little Ponies and Big Ponies 
  • Expy: Of the Giant Planet from Transformers Cybertron.
  • Lilliputians: Half the population consists of tiny ponies.
  • Our Giants Are Bigger: Half the population consist of giants.
  • The Symbiote: The ponies of this world are divided into two distinct types: giants and tiny ponies. They form symbiotic pairs that live and help each other with the giants using their great strength and size for heavy lifting and protecting their partners while the little ponies handle fine things and going into small places their larger partners can't do.



Princess Twilight Sparkle

Princess Twilight Twinkle

Princess Celestia

Princess Wisteria

Princess Luna

Princess Selena

  • Beware the Silly Ones: It's pointed out that while she is tiny, when she was Nightmare Nyx she was still an insane lunar goddess and more terrifying than one would think.
  • Lilliputians: Is the tiny pony in her symbiotic pair.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Like Luna she became a Nightmare, namely Nightmare Nyx.
  • The Symbiote: Is Princess Luna's symbiotic partner.
  • Winged Unicorn: Like her partner, she's an Alicorn.

    Jungle World 

Alpha Applejack:

  • Action Girl: Fought Queen Chrysalis one on one and defeated her to free Equestria.
  • Alternate Self: To Applejack.
  • Asskicking Equals Authority: Had to defeat Queen Chrysalis in a battle to retake Equestria from her.
  • Challenging the Chief: Challenged Queen Chrysalis to retake Equestria from her. She succeeded, but instantly freed the Princesses to resume their rule.
  • The Chosen One: Was chosen by her universe's version of the Elements of Harmony to become an 'Alpha' and defeat Chrysalis.
  • Good Is Not Soft: Is fully willing to fight very brutal if need be and both end the fight bloody, though she spares Chrysalis instead of killing her.
  • Jabba Table Manners: Literally doesn't have a concept of good table manners, due to her world's nature.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Is her universe's version of an Alicorn, but as her universe has Zebras, Griffons, and Okapi instead of Earth Ponies, Pegasi, and Unicorns, she's one of these instead.


  • Mr. Exposition: Plays this role to the Mane Six. Justified as they ask her and they're genuinely lost about what's going on.
  • Simple Staff: In possession of one.

Queen Chrysalis

Alpha Celestia

  • Badass in Distress: Is far from helpless, but was imprisoned by Chrysalis.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: Was imprisoned by Chrysalis in a jewel above her throne until Applejack defeated Chrysalis and freed her.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Is her universe's version of an Alicorn, but as her universe has Zebras, Griffons, and Okapi instead of Earth Ponies, she's one of these instead.

Alpha Luna

  • Badass in Distress: Is far from helpless, but was imprisoned by Chrysalis.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: Was imprisoned by Chrysalis in a jewel above her throne until Applejack defeated Chrysalis and freed her.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Is her universe's version of an Alicorn, but as her universe has Zebras, Griffons, and Okapi instead of Earth Ponies, she's one of these instead.

    Guardians of Innocence 


Pinkie Pie

  • Alternate Self: Of Pinkie Pie.
  • Balloonacy: One of her attacks binds her enemy with energy balloons and lifts them into the air, leaving them vulnerable.
  • Reincarnation: Of G3 Pinkie Pie.






  • Big Bad: Is this world's main villain.
  • The Corrupter: Corrupts ponies into Grimlings, which can metamorphose into Umbrum if not destroyed and purified quickly enough. Ispita even calls her Corruption.
  • Evil Matriarch: The mother of Sombra, as well as the other Umbrum.
  • Mother of a Thousand Young: Is the mother of all the Umbrum.
  • Secret Identity: Is actually Nyarlathotrot, but only Ispita is aware of this.
  • Villain Team-Up: Apparently has met Ispita before and worked together with her.

    Pillars Of Justice 
  • For Want of a Nail: Stygian not keeping his plan to himself was the nail that separated it from the main one.
  • Police Are Useless: Subverted; despite being a superhero universe, the police force is very competent in dealing with mundane threats and handling supervillain situations professionally even if they're outmatched.
  • Super Fic: Is an alternate universe with superheroes and supervillains.

Pillars of Equestria

  • Legacy Character: Each seem to be one to the Pillars of Old Equestria.
  • Super Team: One of several active in Equestria in this universe.

Golden Knight

Splendid Sorceress

Mighty Mare

  • Older Alter Ego: Her mentioning that she had to sneak out of class from Miss Cheerilee implies this is the case.
  • Super Strength: Has immense strength as her primary power.

Heroic Hearts

Dr. Lemons

  • A Handful for an Eye: One of the more obvious uses for her lemon based power: lemon bombs that spray the juice in her opponent's eyes.
  • Alternate Self: For Lemon Hearts.
  • Familiar: Can create lemon based ones that are pretty dang powerful.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Alchemy and chemistry plus talent for lemons equals lemon bombs with a large number of uses, including corroding an enemy's weapon to scrap metal in seconds. She still has her Familiars as well.

Magic Storm

Unlucky Charm


  • Alternate Self: To Hidden Fragrance.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Has the power to manipulate scents, which proves to be a rather effective superpower. People can't fight effectively when they're coughing and gagging with their eyes watering too heavily to see. She can also tag someone with a scent to make animals attack them.
  • Smoke Out: Can generate blinding smokescreens with the added bonus of having a scent of her choice in them.



The Troublesome Three

  • Combat Pragmatist: Use plenty of underhoofed tricks just to stay in their fight with the high level heroes they end up going against.
  • Terrible Trio: A team of three supervillains. However, they aren't actually very big fish in the grand scheme of things, being street level villains.
  • Villainous Valor: They know they're out of their league with just Golden Knight, being street level supervillains while he's an A-lister, but keep fighting even when Splendid Sorcerer and Mighty Mare show up.
  • Would Hurt a Child: They take a filly hostage during the initial standoff with Golden Knight, even holding a gun to her head. There's no indication they were bluffing.


  • Barrier Warrior: Her superpower, which to her credit she's quite creative with.



     Twin Worlds 
  • Alien Sky: Instead of a single Equus, it's a double planet system, one called Solaria and the other Lunaria. As such, each one has a planet constantly in the sky.
  • Princesses Rule: Subverted: Celestia and Luna are queens in this universe.
  • The Unsolved Mystery: Exactly how the old link between the planets was destroyed and what happened to the civilization Celestia and Luna were part of. As it happened thousands of years ago and the portal was destroyed, answers are hard to come by and Daring Do can only piece together things from what little evidence there is.

Queen Celestia

  • Fling a Light into the Future: Her doomed civilization sent her to Solaria before the portal was destroyed.
  • The High Queen: The benevolent queen of Solaria.
  • Long-Lost Relative: She and Luna were separated thousands of years ago and split between Solaria and Lunaria. They were so young at the time they believed the other was just a dream until the Jaunters discover otherwise.
  • Moses in the Bulrushes: Was apparently sent through the portal to Solaria by her parents and found in Solaria's Everfree as a young foal.
  • Physical Goddess: Is an Alicorn, so naturally she's this.

Queen Luna

  • Fling a Light into the Future: Her doomed civilization sent her to Lunaria before the portal was destroyed.
  • The High Queen: The benevolent queen of Lunaria.
  • Long-Lost Relative: Was separated from Celestia thousands of years ago and split between Solaria and Lunaria. They were so young they didn't believe the other was more than a dream until the jaunters reveal otherwise.
  • Moses in the Bulrushes: Was sent through the portal to Lunaria during some kind of disaster and found by the Lunarians as a baby.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Has the same tastes as her prime counterpart, but unlike her her tastes are the norm for her world.
  • Physical Goddess: Is an Alicorn, so naturally she's this.

    Night Without Stars 
  • Darkness Equals Death: The unnatural darkness covering Ponyville also heralded the Death Crawlers, ponyeating monsters lurking in the dark.
  • The Night That Never Ends: The result of the pillar that accompanied the Death Crawlers emerging: Ponyville is trapped in an eternal, starless, unnaturally dark night.


  • Empowered Badass Normal: Is already a retired monster hunting spy, so Cheerilee (aware of it because of the Jaunting) goes to her as one of their chosen people to wear one of the spare Paladin Armor suits they have.
  • Good Is Not Soft: Is undoubtedly good, but is also willing to kill the Death Crawlers.
  • Hunter of Monsters: A retired one.
  • Improvised Weapon: She and Lyra made a large number of homemade pipe bombs to use against the Death Crawlers. While they don't pack enough punch to kill one outright, it definitely hurt and stunned it for a period of time, and can kill them if thrown down their throat.
  • Retired Badass: Is a retired monster hunting spy, as in canon. Comes in handy when the Death Crawlers show up. She's the only one other than Godzilla Junior to kill a Death Crawler.


  • Alternate Self: To Prime Lyra, naturally.
  • An Axe to Grind: Takes the spare Fire Paladin Armor the Berry Triplets brought with them, and thus has a fire ax.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Bonbon, enough so to go with her to help stop the Death Crawlers.

Big Macintosh

  • Alternate Self: To Prime Big Mac.
  • Big Brother Instinct: His desire to join the group against the Death Crawlers is to protect his family, especially his little sister.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Takes the default mass production Paladin Armor, which is a guard armor. He fits the bill rather well.

Death Crawlers

  • Always a Bigger Fish: The little ones find out too late Godzilla Junior is out of their league and he swiftly slaughters them.
  • Combat Tentacles: Have tentacles extending from their backs, and several more inside their mouths.
  • Extra Eyes: Have an entire row of eyes on each side of their heads.
  • Feed It a Bomb:
    • Bonbon manages to kill one by throwing a bomb down its throat, blowing it in half.
    • Junior kills another one by letting it try to swallow him whole then letting off a Nuclear Pulse inside it.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: Bonbon feeds one a bomb, which detonates inside and blows it in half.
  • It Can Think: While fighting the one attacking the Apple Family, the group discovers they're actually smarter than they look and it learned from how they were fighting and reacted accordingly.
  • Jawbreaker: One of them is killed by Junior this way.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Their mouths are lined with too many teeth and when they open it, it's shown the inside is lined as well.
  • Not So Extinct: Bonbon's organization believed they were wiped out by the Pillars of Old Equestria, but there were at least seven that survived. Of course by the end of the arc they're definitely extinct.
  • Oh, Crap!: One of them makes the mistake of trying to eat Junior. This goes as well as it did for Orga, and it realizes it a few seconds too late.
  • Your Head Asplode: One of them dies when Junior lets it try to swallow him then lets off a Nuclear Pulse inside its mouth, blowing its head off.

Beta Death Crawler

  • Authority Equals Asskicking: The second in command of the Death Crawlers, and also the second strongest next to the Alpha.
  • The Dragon: To the Alpha.
  • It Can Think: Like the smaller ones, it shows itself to be quite intelligent and coordinates its smaller packmates. As soon as it finds the one Bonbon blew in half, it summons its packmates to launch an attack together.
  • Large and in Charge: While not as large as the Alpha, it's the second in command and larger than the basic ones.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has one when it realizes it landed on a huge pile of Bon Bon's improvised bombs, which promptly go off and blow it to bits.

Alpha Death Crawlers

  • Arc Villain: The main villain of the arc, being the leader of the Death Crawlers.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: Is the Alpha, and the only one of its group capable of fighting Godzilla Junior one on one in a long, drawn out battle. The female one presumably is just as strong, but not strong enough to fight Godzilla Junior's true form.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: Its tail ends in a sharp blade, unlike the smaller ones.
  • Breath Weapon: Can fire a chaotic purple energy beam from its mouth.
  • Giant Foot of Stomping: The female is killed by Godzilla Junior stepping on her in his true form.
  • Kaiju: Smaller than most, but still taller than a first story building.
  • Large and in Charge: It's over 20 feet tall and the leader.
  • Oh, Crap!: The Male has one when Junior pins it down and gives it a full body tackle into a lake. The female has one when Junior is turned into his true, 100 meter tall form.
  • Off With Their Head: The male Alpha is subjected to Junior's 'Kiss of Death' (his Atomic Ray fired down its throat), causing its head to be burned off of its body.
  • There Is Another: There are actually two Alphas, one male and one female.

    Pony Rangers 

Diamond Tiara/Red Ranger

  • Deliberate Injury Gambit: It becomes obvious they don't stand a chance of beating Dragonzord Dark Mode, but they need to at least disable it until they can get their new Zords. So instead of trying to avoid or counter its Finishing Move, she lets it impale the Megapony then hits it point blank with their own Finishing Move. While the Megapony is crippled and destroyed afterwards by Nightmare Moon, Dragonzord Dark Mode has its control systems disabled and can't run rampant until repairs are complete.
  • The Leader: As the Red Ranger, she is naturally this.

Silver Spoon/Blue Ranger

Apple Bloom/Black Ranger

Scootaloo/Yellow Ranger

Sweetie Belle/Pink Ranger

Babs Seed/Green Ranger I/White Blaster Beetleborg II

  • Composite Character: Of Tommy Oliver and Babs Seed. She actually played out Tommy's 'Green With Evil Arc' and later lost her powers to the Green Candle, making her have more in common with him than the others do with their counterparts. She also is given the power of the White Blaster Beetleborg temporarily to fight Nightmare Moon.
  • Sixth Ranger: Like the canon Green Ranger, she was this for the team. She also temporally becomes the fourth Beetleborg, the White Blaster Beetleborg, to fight Nightmare Moon when she steals the Dragon Coin.
  • Superior Successor: Is noted as being better than the original White Blaster Beetleborg, as she was Unskilled, but Strong, while this Babs is Strong and Skilled due to having been the Green Ranger and a martial artist for quite some time.

Princess Celestia

Nightmare Moon/Green Ranger II/Princess Luna

  • Arc Villain: Of the "Pony Rangers: Doomsday!" Arc.
  • Adaptational Badass: Due to her nature as a composite of Rita and Nightmare Moon, she's more dangerous than either of them.
  • Composite Character: Of Rita Repulsa and Nightmare Moon. Furthermore, she's a composite of Rita from the original series and the 2017 movie version by being mostly the former while becoming the Green Ranger like the latter.
  • Demoted to Dragon: By Discord when he arrives.
  • The Gloves Come Off: Being backed into a corner by the Alliance had already began pushing her into this, but Discord returning and giving her an ultimatum forces her fully into this. She proceeds to steal back the Green Ranger powers and transform herself, hijacking the Dragonzord in the process (which she combines with Arimaspisis), and unleash every possible monster she can in one all out attack. Word of God even points out she's an animal backed into a corner and that makes her far more dangerous.
  • The Heavy: While the Arc Villain of the "Pony Rangers: Doomsday!" Arc, she's The Dragon to Discord.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After being purified by the mainline Mane Six's Rainbow Powers.
  • Humongous Mecha: Hijacks the Dragonzord when she steals the Green Ranger powers. Worse yet, she combines it with Arimaspisis.
  • Make My Monster Grow: Uses the moon's power to do this to her monsters. She manages to do it post reformation to make the mainline Mane Six grow.


  • Adaptational Villainy: Being a fusion of Gilda and Goldar makes her considerably more evil than Gilda ever was.
  • Composite Character: Of Goldar and Gilda.
  • The Dragon: To Nightmare Moon, but she quickly switches sides to Discord when he returns.
  • Humongous Mecha: Arimaspisis, an Expy of Cyclopsis. It then combines with the Dragonzord to form Dragonzord Dark Mode.


  • Adaptational Badass: While he might not be more powerful than other Discords, Celestia notes he's more dangerous than most due to being more active and less lazy than the others are. He's also smart enough to play the long game and not just expose himself to attack. Due to being a composite with Lord Zedd, he's also a galactic threat rather than simply being confined to Equus.
  • Composite Character: Of Discord and Lord Zedd.
  • The Dreaded: Celestia and Nightmare Moon have a major Oh, Crap! when they realize he's returned.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Is the one who drove Nightmare Moon to take action in the "Pony Rangers: Doomsday!" Arc and her superior, but isn't taking an active role in things at the moment.
  • Humongous Mecha: Discordia, an Expy of Serpentera and capable of destroying entire planets in one shot. Thankfully, it also literally runs on several trillion AAA batteries. Because while he may be more pragmatic and competent than other Discords, he's still Discord.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: His willingness to employ this makes him stand out among Discords and is cited as one thing that makes him more dangerous.
  • Reality Warper: As with any Discord. He's noted as being more patient and less lazy in its use than most are.
  • Red Baron: The Emperor of Chaos.

Charidotella/Nightmare Charidotella

  • Composite Character: As Nightmare Moon was purified and redeemed, she is this of Scorpina and post-wedding Rita Repulsa.
  • Expy: Of Scorpina, though also partially of post wedding Rita.
  • One-Winged Angel: Is the same species as Scorpius and Trakeena, and after being scarred by Cerebus, she enters her cocoon and becomes a full insect, as well as merges with Nightmare.
  • The Starscream: Plots to overthrow Discord.

Checker Monarch/Grimlord

    Hearts of Harmony 
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: The theme of this universe: all the Bearers have abilities that seem useless or bad at first, but have awesome ways of using them.

Princess Lemon Hearts

  • Alternate Self: To Lemon Hearts.
  • Familiar: Is able to make lemon based familiars, some of which are very powerful.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Is the Princess instead of Twilight and was Celestia's student because she's really good at using her special talent for lemons in creative ways.
  • Winged Unicorn: Is the Alicorn of her universe.

Hidden Fragrance

  • Alternate Self: Apparently a version of her exists in Mainline Equestria and is known by Rainbow and Rarity, who were both aware of her Berserk Button.
  • Badass Boast: She boasts that she can knock Applejack out cold with her scent powers when Applejack doesn't believe her about it. Applejack accepts, and Hidden keeps her word.
  • Berserk Button: Don't compare her to a skunk, being bullied for resembling one has made her very sensitive to that. Applejack finds it out the hard way.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Her special talent is scents, good and bad. Not only is it perfect for a perfume maker, she can make a smell bad enough to knock a pony unconscious. Applejack doesn't buy it and hits her Berserk Button, so Hidden Fragrance challenges her that she can knock her out cold with it. She does.
  • Smelly Skunk: Comparing her to one of these is her Berserk Button.

Party Favor

Trouble Shoes

  • Alternate Self: To Trouble Shoes.
  • Born Unlucky: His special talent is bad luck, but unlike canon, he learned to accept it and has much better control of it, allowing him to be a demolition pony as a side job.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Bad luck is a pretty useful power when you can actually control it.
  • The Jinx: Invoked, and controlled. Since he has more control over his powers than before he can choose to give things bad luck, which lets him be a demolition pony rather effectively.

Marble Pie

  • Alternate Self: To Marble Pie.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Her special talent is rock carving. Turns out she can make a large number of things out of it, including rock doubles and tools.
  • Shrinking Violet: As per usual. She's so shy that the mane six didn't even realize she was in the room the entire time.
  • Ninja Log: Pulled this on the Manticore during the Nightmare Moon situation using a quickly carved rock double.

Fizzlepop Berrytwist

  • Alternate Self: To Fizzlepop/Tempest Shadow, though she never used that name.
  • For Want of a Nail: Met Lemon Hearts and company before she met Storm King, so rather than becoming a villain, she became an Element Bearer thanks to their support. She admits with the place she was in at the time, she needed them and would've ended up the exact same as Tempest Shadow had she been in the same situation.
  • Handicapped Badass: Has a broken horn like her canonical self, but is one of the Element Bearers.
  • Having a Blast: As in canon, her broken horn lets her do this.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Subverted; she was never evil due to For Want of a Nail meaning she met Lemon Hearts and company the night Nightmare Moon returned before she met the Storm King, and their help caused her to accept her broken horn and never become a villain.

     The Monstrous Five 
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: This world's Shadowbolts were mutated into giant animalesque mutants, thanks to Scumlabs.
  • Black Comedy: The whole arc is chocked full with it, being a Deconstructive Parody.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: The Monstrous Five show hints of this to highlight their loss and loathing of Humanity; calling humans "snacks" and cavalierly mentioning destroying entire cities. (Then again, you can't exactly maintain a Human perspective when you become a giant mutated monster.)
  • Cursed With Awesome: The Monstrous Five lost their Humanity, but gained nigh-unstoppable strength, size and durability that comes with their monstrous forms.
  • Crossover: By Word of God, the arc is this with Rampage. Also a Deconstructive Parody of it.
  • Deal with the Devil: Or at least from humans' perspective. After their initial worldwide rampage, they cut a deal to stay in their personal area and leave humanity alone...but they faced no consequences for the damage and lost lives, and the area they were given is massive, encompassing an entire city and much of the surrounding area. They also get complete freedom to eat, crush, and play with any humans who enter their turf.
  • Dean Bitterman: Principal Cinch of Crystal Prep, as in canon, and in this timeline was friends with Scumlabs' higher-ups and brought them into a partnership with the Academy to further their reputations (and their pockets). She is portrayed as even worse than her canon EG counterpart, and she played a major role in causing the Shadowbolts being turned into monsters.
  • Deconstructive Parody: The whole arc serves as one for Rampage, showing exactly how horrible the whole situation would really be and had to be for a bunch of humans to be turned into giant mutant monsters and then go on a worldwide rampage. That being said, like in the original franchise, it's still played for laughs whenever possible.
  • The Dreaded: Their initial worldwide rampage coupled with their nigh-invincibility has made them very feared by humanity. How much? After a deal brokered by the native Sunset, they were given an entire city and a vast area of land (2800 square kilometers!) as a personal fiefdom/playground; with freedom to crush and eat anyone who trespasses.
  • Healing Factor: They're all insanely durable and can regenerate from injuries very fast. One reason they were so unstoppable during their initial rampage.
    • Notably shown with Lemon Zest casually mentioned that she broke all her limbs when the roller-coaster she was riding one too many times in her part of their turf derailed and crashed. She brushed it off as nothing, and her limbs were already good as new.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: They've eaten humans, and see nothing wrong with that. Not surprising, considering what they went through...
  • Incompetence, Inc. / Evil, Inc.: Scumlabs takes BOTH tropes Up to Eleven. Their operations at Crystal Prep really has to be seen to be believed.
    • Deconstructed/Justified: It is repeatedly noted that your company had to be immoral, idiotic and insane on a truly ridiculous level to end up creating a bunch of giant mutant monsters from your products. Sunset Shimmer had a fit when she found out what they had been up to, comparing them to a bunch of Saturday Morning Cartoon Villains.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl: They aren't bothered by being naked in their humanoid forms. Sunny Flare is the only one who dresses up... in insanely tacky outfits that drive Rarity nuts.
  • Karma Houdini: The Monstrous Five ultimately faced no real consequences for the massive destruction and loss of life they inflicted during their worldwide rampage. Justified in that given their near-invulnerability and sheer power, there wasn't really a way TO punish them.
  • Lethally Stupid: Scumlabs is not only morally bankrupt and bottomless greedy, but unbelievably stupid and incompetent. This creates a perfect storm of them being greedy and evil enough to do anything for money, and too dumb to be anything resembling pragmatism.
  • Maddened Into Misanthropy: The horrendous treatment they suffered by Scumlabs, along with their mutation into monsters, gave them a contemptuous view of humans; to the point where they see no problem with stomping and eating anyone who trespassers into their turf, except for the Humane Seven (local and off-world) and a single unnamed human who showed them unconditional kindness.
    • They focus their hatred particularly on the Humans of Scumlabs and Principal Cinch. They already despised Cinch when they were students in Crystal Prep during her tenure, and her role in making them monsters only amplified it.
  • Never Be Hurt Again: Because of their traumatic transformation, one of their biggest if not THE biggest motive for anything they do is basically to never let anyone inflict the same horrific pain on them as Scum Labs did to them, ever again. Anything that reminds them of their past suffering and being genuinely hurt in some way is 100% guaranteed to make them go berserk and viciously maul, devour and stomp anyone who did that to them in their desire to hurt their tormentors much, much worse.
  • Puny Earthlings: Their view on the human race, despite their human origins, seeing them as little more than 'idiotic hairless monkeys' which they wouldn't hesitate to eat or crush. The fact that the Humans were ultimately responsible for their accursed existence and completely failed to stop their world-wide rampage against Scumlabs makes this understandable.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: They all went on this after being mutated. It ended with cities around the world wrecked, Scumlabs wiped off the face of the world, and many people (implied to be MILLIONS, given the scale of destruction), stomped and eaten. As noted by Sugarcoat, they were REALLY pissed off at the time.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: They can all transfer between their monster forms and humanoid forms at will. Interestingly, they consider the former their "true" shapes.
  • Was Once a Man: All the Monstrous Five were originally the Human Shadowbolts who were mutated into monsters. After everything they went through, they had stopped seeing themselves as Humans.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Despite the black comedy, what happened with the Monstrous Five is portrayed unambiguously as a cruel tragedy; for all the death and destruction they caused, they are still five teenagers who had their humanity taken away by Human greed and idiocy, and have every reason to hate Humanity because of it.

Sunny Flare

  • Ass Kicks You: Apparently, she sat on a battalion of tanks once and crushed them all. She's not proud of it.
  • Big Eater: Has the biggest appetite out of the Five. Sour Sweet complains about her not sharing the humans she catches, and Sunny has stripped forests in their turf bare all by herself.
  • Fantastic Racism: Call Humans 'Hairless Monkeys', and is implied to be the most misanthropic out of the Monstrous Five.
  • Impossibly Tacky Clothes: Wears an insanely gaudy outfit when in human form. Rarity, of course, goes nuts upon seeing it. According to Sugarcoat, collecting and trying out gaudy clothes is a coping-mechanism for Sunny Flare.
  • The Leader: Styles herself as such of the Monstrous Five; subverted hilariously in that nobody in the group takes it seriously and even she knows it, which annoys her to no end.
  • Rhino Rampage: Is a big mutant rhinoceros monster. This leads to no end of jokes and quips about her size and weight, especially from her own fellow monsters, much to her frustration.
  • Super Strength: Physically the strongest of the Monstrous Five and demonstrates it by breaking a genuine-marble coffee table with (By her perspective) a light tap with her knuckles whilst in human form. Also broke the arm of her fellow monster Lemon Zest, the second-strongest of the motley bunch, in an arm-wrestling contest in their monster forms.

Lemon Zest

  • Cloudcuckoolander: Shows a bit of this in her introduction, way more than her canon-self, acting like a manic monkey in general. Sugarcoat theorized that she was always like this deep down and that being turned into a mutant ape monster merely 'brought it to the surface'.
  • Killer Gorilla: Became a giant ape-monster. Sugarcoat nicknames her "Queen Kong."
  • "King Kong" Climb: Specializes in this, as it comes with being a mutant monster ape, and hinted to be the best climber of the Monstrous Five.
  • Super Strength: Second strongest of the group, but her strength is dwarfed by Sunny Flare's. An arm-wrestling contest in their monster forms saw Sunny Flare winning and breaking her arm (and the building they were leaning on) with little effort.


Indigo Zap

  • Defiant to the End: Swears to make all of Scumlabs pay on behalf of the Shadowbolts for everything Scumlabs had done to them, even as they fill the tanks they were imprisoned in full of mutagens. And boy did they made them pay.
  • Multipurpose Tongue: Being a lizard, she can use her tongue to ensnare prey or smash buildings and attackers.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Became a giant frilled/gecko-like lizard monster.
  • Spit Out a Shoe: During the Five's initial breakout, she gulped down a Scumlabs woman and burped up her high heels.

Sour Sweet

  • Giant Enemy Crab: More lobster, but still fits her mutated form.
  • Making a Splash: She can shoot jets of water as a ranged attack, with enough force to cut through metal.
  • Mood-Swinger: As in canon, her mood can change at the drop of a hat.

Eustace DeMonic

  • Big Bad: Essentially every single horrible thing to happen in this universe all comes back to him.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: There exists no low he would not sink to for money.
  • Karmic Death: He, and the rest of Scumlabs, all died at the hands of the monsters he created with his greed.
  • Lack of Empathy: All he cares about is money. The suffering of anyone except himself doesn't even register in his mind.
  • Posthumous Character: He's long dead by the time the Humane 7 arrive in this universe, but every single horrible thing to happen in this universe is ultimately on his head.

Principal Cinch

  • Dean Bitterman: She's the one who cut the deal that allowed Scum Labs to take over Crystal Prep, purely to salvage her own reputation and punish the students for their "failure". She's arguably as responsible for the Fives' mutation as Eustace.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: She's an absolute wreck by the time the Shadowbolts mutate, and clearly hates what she's done to them and her school.
  • Posthumous Character: Long dead by the time the Humane 7 arrive. Sunny Flare outright says she and her fellow Shadowbolts hunted her down for personal vengeance.

    Harmony League of Equestria 

In General

  • Alternate Self: Of the Mane Six plus Spike and Mac - and that's just the main heroes.
  • Badass Crew: They're basically the Justice League, so of course this is in full effect.
  • The Cape: The Harmony League is collectively this for their Equestria. Especially Twilight/Flash and Mac/Super-Stallion.
  • Composite Characters: Of DC Comics heroes, the Mane Six and some of their closest friends and family.
  • Experienced Protagonists: All of them have been active heroes for years at the time the Jaunting Six met them
  • Expy: Of several DC Comics heroes, mostly connected to the Justice League. They also take elements from Silver Age superheroes in general such as Gosh Dang It to Heck! dialogue and Thou Shalt Not Kill mentality.
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck!: The heroes, as a rule, consciously refrain from employing profanity, especially around children.
  • Summon Bigger Fish:
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: Kind of part and parcel with the The Silver Age of Comic Books vibe of this universe. That being said, even Super-Stallion understands that the police and military do sometimes need to kill in self-defense and/or the direct defense of others and is mature enough to respect that.
  • True Companions: Kind of a given when you consider that they are all Expies of Justice Leaguers and alternate versions of the Mane Six and some of their closest friends and families.

Twilight Sparkle/the Flash

  • Adaptational Badflank: Considering she has the magic and intellect of a baseline Twilight mixed with the super-speed powers of the Flash, yeah.
  • Alternate Self: Of Twilight Sparkle.
  • Badass Bookworm: Well, given she is both an alternate Twilight and an Expy of the Barry Allen Flash, this is definitely to be expected.
  • Blow You Away: She can produce powerful winds either by running around at high enough rates of speed or by spinning her fore-hooves around super-fast. She can also negate whirlwinds by circling them in the winds' opposite directions at speeds equal to or greater than the speeds of the whirlwinds themselves.
  • The Cape: Mostly follows a pretty strict moral code, is one of the most trusted and respected members of the Harmony League and (usually) does not break the law without a very good reason.
  • Expy: Of the Barry Allen Flash.
  • For Want of a Nail: Twilight spent nine months in a coma following a freak accident involving chemicals and lightning one year before Nightmare Moon returned, but woke up with super-equine speed. Moondancer helped Twilight catch up on her nine months worth of missed assignments and helped Princesses Celestia and Cadance, Shining Armor and Spike help Twilight master her newfound speed and learn to use it responsibly. Because of this, Twilight showed her a fair amount of appreciation - even enough to actually attend her party. Plus, even when Twilight moved to Ponyville, her super-speed allows her to visit her family and friends in Canterlot at least once a month. Because of this, the events of "Amending Fences" never happened.
  • Intangibility: Can vibrate fast enough to phase through solid matter and cause some attacks to pass harmlessly through her.
  • Lawful Good: To the point where she made sure she and the rest of the Harmony League were ALL fully deputized by every law enforcement agency in their Equestria and a fair number of others, so they can legally make arrests as long as they have sufficient hard evidence.
  • Primary Colored Champion: Her costume is mostly red and yellow.
  • Science Hero: She makes just as much use of her scientific mind as she does her magic and Super Speed.
  • Shock and Awe: She has learned how to use her Super Speed to produce electricity that she can use offensively.
  • Super Speed: Her top speed is twenty times the speed of light and her reflexes and thought processes are twenty billion times faster than peak equine (which allows her to comfortably move at top speed without accidentally hitting anything as long as she is on full alert).

Rainbow Dash/Green Lantern:

  • Adaptational Badass: She has all of the skills and abilities of many other incarnations of Rainbow Dash plus a Green Lantern Power Ring, so yeah, that definitely qualifies.
  • Alternate Self: To Rainbow Dash
  • Barrier Warrior: Her power ring allows her to create force fields.
  • Cowboy Cop: Technically, she would be a Cowgirl Cop (as she is female), but she is certainly this. She is part of an intergalactic police force and she cares far more about justice than about the letter of the law.
  • Determinator: Given that the Green Lantern power ring runs on willpower, this one is a no-brainer.
  • Expy: Of Hal Jordan as Green Lantern
  • Flying Brick: One of the many uses of her power ring is granting herself temporary, but considerable, boosts in strength, speed and durability. And, being a Pegasus, she could naturally fly even before she got the power ring.
  • Flying Firepower: Her power ring allows her to fire energy blasts. Of course she qualifies.
  • Imagination-Based Superpower: She has a Green Lantern Power Ring. This trope is part and parcel with that.
  • Space Cop: She is a Green Lantern, a member of an interstellar police officer.
  • Super Cop: Is a superpowered member of a space police force.
  • Super Speed: Not as fast as Twilight/Flash (at least without using her ring to give herself a serious speed boost), but, yeah. She is Rainbow Dash after all.


  • Adaptational Badass: She has the telekinetic abilities of a well-trained unicorn Plus Batman's skills. So, yeah.
  • Adaptational Nice Girl: Not as far as the Rarity portion goes, but definitely qualifies by the standards of Batman Expies. Being motivated by gratitude rather than revenge definitely helps.
  • Alternate Self: To Rarity.
  • Badass Normal: She is the only member of the Harmony League with no super-powers, but she is still a mistress of several martial arts, a mistress of disguise and a very skilled detective, escape artist and tactician.
  • Been There, Shaped History: During a Time Travel adventure, she saved the lives of her parents and ended up inspiring her fillyhood self to become a costumed heroine.
  • Blue Is Heroic: Her cape, cowl and boots are all light blue, as is her magic when it is in use.
  • Composite Character: Not only is she one of Batman and Rarity by she is also one of three different incarnations of Batman. She combines the hammy and generally light-hearted nature of the Adam West Batman with the intelligence and skill of the Kevin Conroy Batman. Plus, her origin is based on the 1979 Batman story "To Kill A Legend" (albeit with Time Travel rather than Alternate Universe).
  • Crazy-Prepared: Part and parcel with being a Batman Expy. In fact, it's even Up To Twelve considering that she is even more used to fighting giant monsters and super-powered lunatics than most other incarnations of Batman (as NO sane, NON super-powered criminal would try their luck in a town that was home to their world's top super-hero team)
  • Expy: Of Batman.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: She designed and built most of her crime-fighting gadgets (including the ones in her utility belt) herself.
  • Lighter and Softer: Than most other incarnations of Batman. Justified in that her motivation for becoming Batmare was gratitude rather than revenge (her parents were actually saved from a mugger by a mysterious figure [though it wasn't until quite a few years later when Rarity discovered that the mysterious figure that saved her parents was her own adult self during a Time Travel adventure])
  • The Smart Guy: She is the Harmony League's best detective and tactician.


  • Adaptational Badass: In addition to having access to the powers of the animal kingdom via her mystic amulet, Fluttershy has also had training from Zecora that allowed her to conquer her fear of adult dragons (though she still has a healthy respect for them) and be even more skilled in animal handling and medicine than her prime self.
  • Alternate Self: Of Fluttershy.
  • Amulet of Concentrated Awesome: The amulet given to her by her mentor Zecora allows her to mimic the powers of any non-equine animal she can visualize.
  • Expy: Of Vixen.
  • For Want of a Nail: Fluttershy's learning under Zecora years before Nightmare Moon returned pretty much prevented "Bridal Gossip" from ever happening in this universe (since Fluttershy vouched for Zecora's character).
  • The Heart: She is a heroic alternate Fluttershy - this is kind of a given.
  • Mega Manning: Her amulet allows her to fully access the powers of any one non-equine animal at a time.
  • Superpower Lottery: Her amulet gives her access to a wide multitude of abilities based on the animal kingdom, including, but not limited to, Makes Me Want To Shout (if she is copying the abilities of an animal that makes frequent use of echolocation), Playing with Fire (if she is copying a dragon's abilities), Shock and Awe (if she is mimicking the powers of an electric eel), Super Not-Drowning Skills (if she is copying the abilities of an animal that can breathe underwater), Super Senses, Super Speed, Super Strength, Super Toughness and Wall Crawling.

Pinkie Pie/Maretian Ponyhunter:

  • Adaptational Species Change: Pinkie is a Maretian instead of an Earth Pony (though she does use her shape-shifting abilities to make herself look exactly like her mainline counterpart).
  • Adaptational Superpower Change: The Cartoon Physics of most incarnations of Pinkie Pie have been replaced by Maretian powers (not that it hinders her in the slightest)
  • All-Loving Heroine: She is insanely compassionate most of the time, helping out anyone who needs it.
  • Alternate Self: Of Pinkie Pie.
  • Ditzy Genius: While definitely a lot smarter than she often acts (she is an excellent chemical, electrical and mechanical engineer, a competent tactician and second in detective skills only to Batmare herself), the fact remains that she is still extremely hyperactive and quite fond of corny jokes.
  • Expy: Of the Martian Manhunter.
  • Genki Girl: Considering this is Pinkie Pie with super-powers, this is logically Up to Eleven.
  • Flying Brick: Her Maretian powers include Flight, Super Speed, Super Strength and Super Toughness
  • Hope Bringer: Helping out and cheering up distressed ponies are her primary life's missions.
  • Intangibility: One of her Maretian powers
  • Invisibility: A logical extension of her shape-shifting power.
  • Last of Her Kind: One of the very few surviving Maretians in her universe.
  • Superpower Lottery: As a Maretian, she has a respectable arsenal of super-powers (all of which allow her to mimic the Toon Physics-based abilities of her mainline counterpart to a respectable degree)
  • Super Speed: Not at the levels of Twilight/Flash, but certainly faster on land than baseline Rainbow is in the sky.
  • Telepathy: One of her Maretian powers. Certainly very useful in finding out a great deal about a lot of beings in a very short amount of time.
  • Trademark Favorite Foods: Both cupcakes and Oreos.
  • Voluntary Shape Shifting: She can assume an extremely wide range of physical forms of numerous sizes. Very handy for fitting in ridiculously small hiding places.

Applejack/Wonder Mare

  • Adaptational Badass: This Applejack has all of the basic physical abilities of a normal pony cranked up to a thousand times greater than peak equine.
  • Alternate Self: Of Applejack
  • Badass Family: In addition to Applejack herself, both of her siblings and even her dog are super-powered heroes.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Applejack got her super-powers from saving the live of an Amarezonian sorceress from a hydra
  • The Big Guy: She was the Harmony League's main muscle before Captain Thunderdrake and Super-Stallion joined.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: Applejack was already a strong, tough mare before she was given super-powers by that Amarezonian sorceress.
  • Expy: Of Wonder Woman
  • For Want of a Nail: Because her parents are still alive in this universe, Big Mac was able to go to acting school and move to Applewood. As such, Applejack has even more on her plate helping her parents manage the farm. Fortunately, the Super Speed, Super Strength and Super Toughness she got from the Amarezonian sorceress is more than enough to handle things on the farm and still have plenty of energy for super-hero work.
  • Living Lie Detector: One of her super-powers allows Applejack to make her lasso able to compel anybody bound by it to tell the absolute truth as long as she is holding it. In addition, her Super Senses allow her to get a good feel for when somebody is lying even without the lasso (courtesy of her hearing and touch being good enough to pick up on subtle alterations to heart and pulse rates).
  • Primary Colored Champion: Her costume is mostly gold, red and blue.
  • Superpower Lottery: In addition to having a thousand times greater than peak normal equine agility, durability, eyesight, hearing, smell, speed, stamina, strength, taste and touch, she can also enchant her lasso at will as long as she is touching it, rendering it virtually indestructible and able to compel anybody bound by it to tell the absolute truth.
  • Super Strength: Not at the levels of Super-Stallion or Captain Thunderdrake, but still at a high enough level to make her the Harmony League's strongest founding member and still a very comfortable third in the muscle department even WITH both Captain Thunderdrake and Super-Stallion on the team.

Spike/Captain Thunderdrake:

Big Mac/Super-Stallion

  • Adaptational Badass: This is a Big Mac that has got the powers of Superman.
  • Adaptational Intelligence: While mainline Big Mac is no dummy, this Big Mac has Super Intelligence as one of his many powers.
  • Adaptational Species Change: While he still looks exactly like his mainline counterpart, he is a Koltronian rather than a normal Earth pony.
  • Alternate Self: To Big Mac.
  • Badass Family: In addition to Super-Stallion himself, both of his adoptive sisters AND his older adoptive sister's dog are all super-heroes.
  • Big Brother Instinct: He might operate in a different city from his sisters. His sisters might be super-heroes themselves. But he still cares a great deal about them and anything too big for his sisters to handle themselves will have to deal with him.
  • The Big Guy: Is tied for strongest team member with Captain Thunderdrake. This is why the Mane Six summon the Harmony League to fight the Harmonic Heroes: he and Super-Stallion are on par with Princess Equus, who's the biggest threat of the lot.
  • Breath Weapon: He can exhale extremely cold and incredibly strong winds.
  • The Cape: The most trusted and respected hero on his Equestria, follows an extremely strict moral code and has a very healthy respect for the law. This takes the Fillyz (cynical Anti Heroes used to 'superheroes' who don't give a darn about anything but their own reputation) completely offguard when he arrives, as his first course of action is to call for a map so he or Thunderdrake can drag Princess Equus away from populated areas to minimize the damage, something their own 'heroes' would never even consider doing.
  • Sixth Ranger: The second non-founding Harmony League member. Though he's actually the eighth member.
  • Experienced Protagonist: The most experienced super-hero on his Equestria, having been active for eight years.
  • Expy: Of Superman.
  • Eye Beams: He can shoot extremely powerful blasts of heat from his eyes.
  • Flying Brick: Let's see, Flight, Nigh-Invulnerability, Super Speed and Super-Strength.
  • Flying Firepower: Breath Weapon, Eye Beams, Flight, and Super Speed.
  • For Want of a Nail: Thanks to him sharing Koltronian medicine with Bright Mac and Pear Butter, their resistance to poisons and disease as well as their Healing Factor were increased enough for them to still be very much alive and well. In addition, this Big Mac followed his colthood dream and became an actor, moving to and operating mostly in Applewood.
  • Happily Adopted: By Bright Mac and Pear Butter.
  • Hero of Another Story: As he is the only member of the Harmony League who mostly operates in Applewood instead of Ponyville, is three years more experienced than any of the other heroes in the Harmony League and didn't join the team until just before the fight with Tirek, he is very much this trope.
  • Kryptonite Factor: This is one of the more unfortunate parts of the Superman Expy package. In addition to, obviously, Koltronite, his Nigh-Invulnerability does not come with any resistance to magic and red sun light can greatly reduce (and, given enough time, completely remove) his powers.
  • Last of His Kind: One of the very few surviving Koltronians. Even more so as Apple Bloom and Winona aren't true Koltronians.
  • Mama's Boy: A very self-admitted one (as well as both a Papa's Boy and a Grandma's Boy). In fact, he sends more than half the money he makes as an actor to his parents.
  • Primary Colored Champion: Naturally, as his universe's answer to Superman, his costume is mostly blue and red.
  • Super Intelligence: Part and parcel with his Koltronian heritage.
  • Superpower Lottery: Let's see now, Breath Weapon, Eye Beams, Flight, Nigh-Invulnerability, Super Intelligence, Super Senses, Super Speed and Super Strength.
  • Super Strength: Tied with Captain Thunderdrake as physically strongest member of the Harmony League

     Digimon Tales 


  • Alternate Self: Collectively to the Tales Seven.
  • Badass Normal: Unlike their prime selves, they don't have any superpowers, not even Earth Pony magic. Despite this, they still survived months in the Digital World, defeated several villains, and are right there with their partners every step of the way.
  • The Chosen One: As in the Adventure Timeline, they're chosen to save the Digital World.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: They're decidedly upset at the role they played in Bastemon's plans, but the jaunters point out that they never had a choice, as Huntermon had to be stopped.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Were manipulated by Bastemon into allowing her to escape to the real world and digivolve to her current form. They're decidedly unhappy about it. Downplayed, however, as they didn't have a choice in the matter thanks to Huntermon.
  • Psychic Link: When their partners reach Mega, they form a telepathic link with them, allowing them to speak and discuss things at any distance without the enemy overhearing, as well as faster.
  • Trapped in Another World: They were trapped in the Digital World for months, though due to its nature they were only there for a few hours our time.
  • Upgrade Artifact: Their Elements of Harmony (originally the Rainbow of Light)act as this, allowing their Digimon to digivolve to Ultimate and later Mega as the Crests did in Adventure. Notably the Digimon had the Digital version of the Elements installed into them, but the physical version from the real world was necessary.


  • The Reliable One: As with her alternate selves, and also the Element of Diligence like her. She keeps fighting because people are depending on her, even when things are at their darkest, resulting it her and Goatmon unlocking the latter's Mega form.


  • Flight: Ariesmon has wings, allowing him to fly.
  • Golden Super Mode: Ariesmon is themed in part after the Golden Fleeced Ram from Greek Mythology, and thus has golden fur. He's also clad in Gold Digizoid armor, further adding to this appearance.
  • Holy Hand Grenade: As Ibexmon he has some holy attacks at his disposal (due to Ibex being a sacred animal in certain places). Pajiramon being a Holy Beast Digimon also invokes this, as does his Mega form Ariesmon.
  • Horn Attack: Can use his horns either for conventional attacks or, as Ibexmon, shoot energy beams.
  • The Reliable One: As with his partner, he's this.
  • Use Your Head: He's based off a goat and his Champion form an Ibex, so naturally headbutts are part of his moveset. It's one of Ariesmon's main attacks, Argos Ram, as well.
  • You Are Better Than You Think You Are: Tells his partner this alongside her prime self, and that she's The Chosen One because she's worthy.

Bright Eyes

  • For Great Justice: Her Element is Justice, as with her prime self.
  • It's Personal: She's implied to have a more serious grudge on Huntermon than the others did. He also murdered the group's friend Unimon and intentionally stopped her from opening a portal to let him go back to the Digital World to reincarnate just to hurt the Digidestined more. She and her partner also killed him in response.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Defied: she was understandably completely furious when Huntermon murdered the group's friend Unimon in front of her, but outright refuses to given in to revenge, rather wanting to bring him to justie. While UtaBirdramon did digivolve into ThunderBirdramon and swiftly end him, it was solely to stop his rampage before he hurt anyone else.
  • The Smart Guy: As with her prime self, she serves as this, having some similarities to Izzy from Adventure.


  • Giant Flyer: Her Digivolved forms are both huge, obviously predatory birds.
  • Metamorphosis Monster: Lampshaded with both Bright Eyes questioning why her first form is a plant while the rest are birds.
  • Musical Assassin: Her Champion form, UtaBirdramon, is based off a song bird and thus can utilize music for attacks.
  • Shock and Awe: Her Ultimate form, ThunderBirdramon, naturally has this.
  • Toothy Bird: Her digivolved forms are both this, as was the case with the original Birdramon.


  • Comes Great Responsibility: Has had this bit of character development already, thanks to the Huntermon incident.
  • Determinator: Refuses to give up even when Agumon is knocked back into Rookie and badly injured, bravely continuing to fight. This results in her and Agumon unlocking his Mega form.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: As with her prime self, she's had this problem, and hasn't overcome it to the same extent.


  • Adaptation Name Change: VictoryGreymon's Trident Gaia's name is changed to Trident Terra to fit the dub's naming scheme with WarGreymon's attacks.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: His Ultimate form KnightGreymon has one on his right arm. Parts of the Dramon Breaker can detach and attach to his arms, but are only used for his Trident Terra attack.
  • BFS: His Dramon Breaker as VictoryGreymon, described as a "buster sword".
  • Breath Weapon: His Pepper Breath as Agumon and Nova Flame as SaberGreymon, both of which are fire.
  • Dragon Knight: KnightGreymon naturally, as well as VictoryGreymon.
  • Energy Ball: His Trident Terra attack forms a giant energy sphere and throws it at the enemy.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: His overall motif, especially in his Digivolved forms.
  • Playing with Fire: As with the canon version, all his forms have this as their primary power.




  • Big Eater: As with her prime self, she's this.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Out of the seven, she's the most guilty over what happened with Bastemon, as she's very hard on herself.


  • Diagonal Cut: Can do this with his Royal Flush attack.
  • Light 'em Up: Has attacks like this as Princemon.
  • Nice Guy: Is quick to comfort his partner when she's upset and very polite.
  • Sword Beam: Can fire a beam from his sword as Princemon.
  • Vocal Dissonance: His voice is noted to be surprisingly refined and noble for a strange frog creature. This is because his Champion form is a Prince and he's over all a reference to The Frog Prince.
  • Warrior Prince: His Champion form Princemon is based off of this trope, as is his Ultimate.



  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Her Mega form, Aniwyemon, is over one hundred feet tall, being the largest of the partners' Megas, even the ones not yet revealed.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: As Sukankumon, she can make her tail act as a blade for a melee attack for her Tail Cutter attack.
  • Breath Weapon: While she can use her Musk Jet from the conventional spot where a skunk would spray, she can also fire it from her mouth. She does this in her Ultimate form with other powers, but also gains two Shoulder Cannons that can do it too. She looses the shoulder cannons in her final form, but her spray's power is greatly increased to compensate.
  • Gentle Giant: She's Sweetheart's partner, so naturally her bigger forms are this, especially her Mega form Aniwyemon, who's over one hundred feet tall.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Shooting a jet of horrid smelling mist isn't as flashy as her allies elemental attacks, but is very good at stunning opponents and leaving them open to attack. She can also attack either in front of her or behind her.
  • Shrinking Violet: Comes off as this, but is very willing to fight when she needs to.
  • Smelly Skunk: Is a skunk based Digimon. Her Champion form Sukankumon is simply a bigger more fierce looking one. Her Musk Jet attack in that form shoots a jet of stinking mist that can stun and disorient her opponents from the stench, and can be fired from both the base of her tail and her mouth. As MetalSukankumon she gains a pair of Shoulder Cannons that can also fire it, but ironically enough gains a sweet smelling variant as well.


  • Determinator: As with her main self, her Element is Endurance.
  • Musical Assassin: Normally not, but when Puckmon uses one of his musical attacks, she can boost it by singing with it.


  • Adaptational Badass: He's directly based off of Etemon's crew of Gazimon, but here he's one of the Digidestined's partners. A minor one with his Ultimate form Etemon as well: he's a much better singer than the canon one, thanks to Melody.
  • Adaptational Heroism: He has similarities to Etemon's crew of Gazimon and is directly inspired by them, but is a partner Digimon. Taken Up to Eleven with the reveal his Ultimate form is Etemon.
  • Cool Shades: He wears a pair.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He's notably a Virus type digimon in all his forms, but a benevolent partner Digimon. His Ultimate form is even one of the Adventure Arc Villains.
  • Delinquent Hair: His Champion form Punkmon has a Mohawk.
  • Instrument of Murder: His guitar as Punkmon is reinforced with Digizoid precisely so he can use it as an effective melee weapon.
  • Musical Assassin: As Punkmon can use his guitar for sonic attacks, and if Melody sings as he plays it powers up the attack.
  • Punk Rock: His Champion form Punkmon has this as his entire motif.
  • The Quincy Punk: His Champion form has this as a visual motif and is even called Punkmon.
  • The Roadie: Acts as this to Melody, which she sincerely appreciates and he's genuinely proud of. He also acts as back up guitar.
  • Rockers Smash Guitars: Invoked with his Guitar Smash attack as Punkmon. However, his guitar survives as it's got Digizoid inside it and thus isn't easily destroyed.

President Pony

  • Alternate Self: To the main President Pony and Mayor Mare.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: Recognizes that sending the armed forces against the evil Digimon would only result in needless deaths due to the sheer power of the enemy, and thus makes her priority supporting the Digidestined who can handle the situation. She also knows way more about what they're dealing with than anyone else did, and thus exactly how dangerous the evil Digimon are.
  • Precursor Heroes: She was one of the previous generation of Digidestined who sealed the 'darkness' away in the first place, with her Digimon partner having become one of the 'Great Princesses' (the equal of the Sovereigns). She is currently keeping this secret, however, and only Midnight the Sugilite and her teammates know.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Handles the situation with the Digimon very reasonable, supporting the kids and instantly recognizing the situation is out of the depth of the armed forces to handle. When she realizes they're in trouble against Catrinamon, she orders military action to back them up. Justified, as she's a past Digidestined herself and knows exactly what the situation calls for.
  • Retcon: She wasn't originally a past Digidestined when her first scene was written, but the writer of her arc realized she would make perfect sense for her to be, and her previous assumed knowledge of the situation was a cover story.

The Moochick

Queen Harmony

  • Benevolent Boss: Is very kind and respectful to the Royal Knights.
  • Big Good: The Moochick's superior and Queen of the Digital World.
  • The High Queen: She's the goddess and queen of the Digital World and a very kind, reasonable one at that.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: In contrast to her xenophobic predecessor Yggdrasil, she's very kind and reasonable. She even creates the Bifrost Program to permanently link the two worlds because she can see ponies and Digimon can co-exist well.
  • Redeeming Replacement: She was instated to replace Yggdrasil when he desired to kill the original Digidestined and any other pony who came to his world. She's far more reasonable and loving than him.
  • Top God: While other gods exist in the Digital World, she's the ruler over them all.

The Royal Knights:

  • Adaptational Heroism: All 13 of them are heroic in this incarnation, due to serving Harmony instead of Yggdrasil. This includes normally villainous ones such as Dynasmon and Crusadermon, though the latter is still a bit of a jerk.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Crusadermon's gender isn't clear. This is a reference to how often the character changes gender between mediums and dubs.
  • Fantasy Pantheon: Despite their title, they're technically the Digital World's guardian gods.
  • Hold the Line: What they were doing while the Darkness was on the rampage in order to stop the forces of evil from reaching the core of the Digital World.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Most of them are this, except for Crusadermon.


  • Outside-Context Problem: Are comparable in threat level to Equestria's villains, if not stronger in some cases, and thus are this for the Tales world. President Pony recognizes them as this: the armed forces simply aren't equipped to deal with beings of this kind of sheer power and the first attempt to deal with Huntermon resulted in the entire force nearly being wiped out if not for the Digidestined and their partners. As such, she mainly gives the kids back up and support due to knowing the military doesn't stand a chance.


  • Adaptation Name Change: Inverted: she uses her Japanese name rather than her English name Beastmon, as the writer prefers it.
  • Arc Villain: Of the Digimon Tales Arc.
  • Asshole Victim: Absorbed Hookmon and Huntermon's data, robbing them of the ability to reincarnate, but both of them were complete psychos who had it coming. This trope was actually how she got the Digidestined to do her job for her: they had to stop the two of them regardless, she just needed to be there to finish them off and absorb them.
  • Beat Them at Their Own Game: Essentially her endgame: the Digidestined got the Rainbow of Light which became the Elements of Harmony, so she wants the Rainbow of Darkness to gain its power. She succeeds, Digivolving to Mega.
  • Big Bad: She's been this for this worldline for some time now.
  • Cannibalism Superpower: She manipulated and helped the Digidestined defeat Hookmon and she could promptly absorb their data to become far stronger and eventually Digivolve from Witchmon to Bastemon.
  • Dark Action Girl: She's a female digimon, and also a major threat to the world. In fact, she's one of the most powerful villains in the story to date, at least in terms of personal power, and it takes everything the Jaunting group has just to help the Digidestined survive the fight with her long enough for three of their partners to Digivolve to Mega and be able to fight back.
  • The Dark Side Will Make You Forget: Originally started out as just wanting to protect the islands the Digidestined arrived on from those like Hookmon and Huntermon...but gradually became more and more enamored with the power she gained while doing so and became power hungry herself.
  • False Friend: She pretended to be the Digidestined's friend while she was Witchmon, but was only using them to gain power and Digivolve.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: Her goal to become powerful enough to overwhelm those like Hookmon and Huntermon ultimately results in her enjoying the power too much and turning power hungry herself.
  • Manipulative Bitch: Manipulated the Digidestined to her own ends while acting as a False Friend.
  • No-Sell: Shrugs off most everything the heroes throw at her without much problem As Catrinamon until three of the Digimon go Mega. Even then, despite being outnumbered she puts up one heck of a fight.
  • One-Winged Angel:
    • Finds the Rainbow of Darkness and uses it to Digivolve into Catrinamon.
    • She later absorbs more of its power to become Catrinamon: Tyrant Mode, a much more monstrous, 70 foot tall version of herself.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: As Catrinamon, she's immensely powerful and destructive.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • She's noticeably angered by LadyDevimon's death.
    • Saves DinoHyumon's life and shares her power with him.
    • Genuinely offers the heroes a We Can Rule Together with no strings attached. She gives them a brutal beating after they refuse, but she still offered.
  • Unholy Matrimony: Despite having become corrupted by her own power, she seems to return DinoHyumon's affections. She even saves him and chooses to share her power up from the Rainbow of Darkness with him once she gets it.
  • We Can Rule Together: Offers the Digidestined 7 and their partners a chance to take over the world and rule as her governors with freed reign. They turn her down, so she offers it to the jaunters who do the same. This was actually entirely genuine on her part, but she has no qualms about trying to murder them afterwards.
  • Wicked Witch: Her original form was Witchmon until she Digivolved.
  • Weather Manipulation: As Catrinamon, she gains this power like the original had.


  • Adaptation Name Change: Samudramon's Gaia Reactor has its name changed to Terra Reactor to fit the English dub's naming scheme for WarGreymon's attacks.
  • BFS: Wields two of them. Gets two different ones upon Digivolving to Samudramon.
  • Co-Dragons: Alongside LadyDevimon to Bastemon. After her defeat, he now shares the role with the resurrected CaptainHookmon and Huntermon.
  • Energy Ball: His Terra Reactor forms a huge energy ball and throws it at the enemy.
  • Lizard Folk: As his name would suggest.
  • Unholy Matrimony: He and Bastemon seem to genuinely be in love. He pulls a You Shall Not Pass! on the heroes so she can find the Rainbow of Darkness and she rewards him by resurrecting him as Samudramon.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Only comparably: he's the only Champion of the three main villains, but is described as being 'tricky' and doing a lot of Bastemon's leg work. This is remedied when Bastemon powers him up along with himself and he Warp Digivolves to Samudramon.


  • All Witches Have Cats: Was originally Bastemon's cat when she was Witchmon, being BlackGatomon, but Digivolved by absorbing Hookmon and Huntermon's minions' data.
  • Cannibalism Superpower: Like her mistress, digivolved by absorbing Hookmon and Huntermon's minions' data.
  • Co-Dragons: Alongside Dinohyumon to Bastemon. While she's the stronger of the two, but he does more of the leg work.
  • Lightning Bruiser: A major problem with her: she hits as hard as any Ultimate, and is a smaller and faster target than most, which is why the Digidestined had trouble finishing her off. The main Tales Seven manage to restrain her, allowing them the opening to finish her off.
  • Undying Loyalty: She's absolutely loyal to her mistress. Her last words are apologizing for her failure.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Played With: she's the shortest lasting of Bastemon's group, but she's only this from the audience and the Jaunters' perspective. The Digidestined have been dealing with her for a very long time, and she is the first to go because the Jaunters' help pin her down so they can finally use a plan they'd had for some time but couldn't implement.


  • Asshole Victim: While he was absorbed and then later enslaved by Catrinamon, he was a psychopathic monster who had it coming. Catrinamon outright points out the heroes won't free him even with the possibility of an Enemy Mine against her because he's far more evil than she is.
  • Armed Legs: His right hind leg as CaptainHookmon is a cannon.
  • Back from the Dead: Catrinamon resurrects him and takes control of him after she no longer needs his data to maintain her powered up form.
  • Came Back Strong: Catrinamon upgrades him into CaptainHookmon after reviving him, as he wouldn't stand a chance against the Digidestined now as he originally was.
  • Co-Dragons: He is resurrected to serve as this by Catrinamon.
  • Demoted to Dragon: He was the first Arc Villain the Digidestined fought before the Jaunters arrived, and is resurrected by Catrinamon to serve as one of her Co-Dragons via mind control.


  • Asshole Victim: He was by far the most genuinely evil villain the Digidestined 7 faced, and getting killed then absorbed by Bastemon was something he had coming. She invokes this as Catrinamon, as she knows even the potential of an Enemy Mine with him against her isn't enough to make the heroes consider him the Lesser of Two Evils.
  • Ax-Crazy: He's a psychopathic murderer who kills sapient beings purely for sport.
  • Co-Dragons: He is resurrected by Catrinamon to serve as one under mine control.
  • Demoted to Dragon: He was one of the Digidestined's main villains, but is resurrected by Catrinamon and put under her control to act as one of her Co-Dragons.
  • The Dreaded: The Digidestined 7 are terrified of him, as while Bastemon/Catrinamon was stronger, he's a psychopathic, murderous hunter who actively tried to kill them for sport.
  • Egomaniac Hunter: His entire theme is around this trope.
  • Hunting the Most Dangerous Game: Hunts fellow Digimon for sport, and wanted to escape into the real world for the explicit purpose of murdering ponies for sport as well.
  • It's Personal: Bright Eyes and Biyomon have a personal animosity with him, and were the one to do him in the first time. He did this by murdering one of their Digimon friends for real.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Murdering Unimon in front of Bright Eyes triggered her Element, resulting in her partner Digivolving to Ultimate and swiftly ending his rampage.

    Paladin World 


Cozy Glow

  • Enfant Terrible: As with her alternates. In this case, she's training under the most wicked witch who ever lived.
  • Wicked Witch: Hydia takes her on as an apprentice one.

    Fangs And Claws 
  • Cyberpunk: VWE-1010 is heavily Cyberpunk themed in terms of aesthetic, tone, technology, culture and social-political situation. But with vampires and werewolves as the dominant species along with magic being present, it has heavy shades of Urban Fantasy.
  • Everyone Has Standards: While the vampires and werewolves do view humans as a food source, most aren't outright cruel: "prey" in werewolf hunting grounds are given weapons and armor to defend themselves; anyone who survives gets to join the pacl. Werewolves also forbid preying on children and the elderly (along with hospitals being strictly off limits upon pain of death), and the native Diamond Tiara's "factory farm" proposal (strapping humans into blood-extracting machines) is controversial in-universe; the native Rainbow Dash expresses outright disgust at it.
  • Fur Against Fang: Used to be a state of affairs between vampires and werewolves in Worldline VWE-1010, but had since settled in a tenacious co-existence and co-dominance over the Humans of their world. One of the fears of the Vampire Six in the setting is what they suspect the Multiverse Alliance may do (i.e. diplomatically side with the werewolves as the lesser of two evils) would set back this hard-won state of peaceful relations by centuries and return things to a Vicious Cycle of conflict between the two.
  • Human Resources: While they don't treat Humans particularly cruelly, they still see them as at best second-class citizens, and almost universally little more than a source of food and new vampire/werewolf converts.
    • Played for drama in that this particular sticking point had many enraged hardliners of the Multiverse Alliance up in arms, calling for a war of extermination against both the vampires and werewolves as they see leaving an entire sapient race to be predated on by not one but two race of tyrannical predators forever as morally unjustifiable 'by any of their standards'. Others are less outraged and more understanding of the fact the vampires/werewolves have no real choice, though they still don't agree with what the vampires/werewolves are doing with the Humans.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: One of the three races living in that worldline besides Werewolves and Humans, and one of the two dominant ones with the Werewolves. Has all the normal strengths and weaknesses of vampires along with an aristocratic culture.
  • To Serve Man: Vampires and Werewolves of the worldline see the Humans more or less as a source of food and converts, and their domination had gone on for so long even the Humans sees their place as perfectly natural.

    The Fillyz 

  • Beware the Superman: Discussed by Princess Twilight. She notes that with the super-powered 'heroes' being so amoral and allowed to run amok as they already are, it might only be a matter of time before they stop towing to the orders of Diamond Corp and other Ponies and decide to takeover.
  • Crapsack World: A Mega-Corp rivaling Scum Labs in vileness more or less rules the world, the much totted Harmonic Heroes are corporate tools and for the most part thoroughly horrible people, and the only people fighting against them are a group of cynical, bitter Anti Heroes lead by someone who actively enjoys killing Supers. Thankfully, the Mane Six arrive to maybe set things on a more optimistic path.
  • Fusion Fic: More or less a Ponyland/Equestria version of the setting/story of the The Boys (2019) / The Boys.
  • Hate Sink: Both the Harmonic 'Heroes' and the Diamond Corp becomes this almost within several lines of their introduction for all their corrupt and amoral actions. Even faster if the reader recognizes which story it is based on.
  • Lethally Stupid: Diamond Corp shares Scumlab's mix of being unbelievably greedy, morally bankrupt, and dangerously incompetent.
  • Lighter and Softer: As horrific as it is, it's this compared to The Boys (2019) / The Boys, drastically toning down the gore, sex, and horrific stuff. It's still one of the darkest worlds the Alliance has encountered to date.
  • Mega-Corp: Diamond Corp, which more or less runs the world and makes Twilight genuinely question whether they or Scum Labs are worse.
  • Whole Plot Reference: The entire worldline was more or less following the stories of The Boys (2019) / The Boys, at least until the Mainline Six arrived.

The Harmonic Heroes

  • Alternate Self: To the Mane Six.
  • Arch-Enemy: To The Fillyz, who have all come to utterly despise them.
  • Fake Ultimate Hero: Are set up by Diamond Corp to be The Paragon of superheroes in this world...and are literally manufactured by them to appear as such and are for the most part thoroughly horrible people. They're also shown to be far from competent at being superheroes, nearly destroying a plane they were trying to save.
  • Hero with an F in Good: As in canon with the Seven, they're terrible at their jobs, with the exception of Starry Bright who at least tries. Part of this is the fact Diamond Corp prevents them from suffering any consequences for their actions and mistakes.
  • Mass "Oh, Crap!": They all have one when Thunderdrake not only punch catches Princess Equus, but proceeds to battle her on even footing even once she starts going all out.
  • Other Me Annoys Me: Played for Drama: most of the mane six quickly come to dislike them for what they do.

Princess Equus

  • Alternate Self: She's the alternate Twilight.
  • Beware the Superman: Has all the powers of a Superman Substitute, but is a self-serving egotist who tries to murder Twilight just for rightfully calling her out on her actions.
  • Big Bad: At least seems to be this. Being the leader of the Harmonic Heroes, the most powerful foe of the arc, and quickly proving beyond her supposed bosses control. However, Starlight quickly goes off the rails and sets herself up as another primary antagonist.
  • Flying Brick: Being an evil Superman Substitute, has all the Flying Brick powers that he possesses, from flight to super-strength to Nigh-Invulnerability.
  • It's All About Me: Tries to murder Twilight just for stealing her thunder and giving her a What the Hell, Hero?.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Starlight's mother, who ran a Cape Buster organization, once managed to drop a nuke on Princess Equus. It only made her angry. Captain Thunderdrake, being comparable in power to her, is actually able to harm her, however. Deconstructed, as it's pointed out she has a a much lower pain tolerance than Thunderdrake, as she's never actually felt pain before.
  • No-Sell: She is a Flying Brick who has Nigh-Invulnerability, up to and including a nuke in the past. Deconstructed when Thunderdrake proves strong enough to harm her, as she actually has a lower pain tolerance than he does due to being unused to feeling it. Thus while he's trying not to kill her, she's far worse at taking his blows than the other way around.
  • Oh, Crap!: She has one when Captain Thunderdrake manages to Punch Catch her, likely the first time in her life that anyone has ever been able to do that.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: On the surface she appears to be extremely charismatic and The Cape, but in truth she's a selfish, murderous, and childish individual, throwing a temper tantrum when Twilight gives her a What the Hell, Hero? and escaping her wrath.
  • Superman Substitute: As a Expy of Homelander, she's this. She has all the powers, but none of the morality.
  • Villainous Breakdown: She begins to have one when Captain Thunderdrake proves powerful enough to match her.
  • The Worf Effect: She inflicted a Curbstomp Battle on a Paladin Armour-equipped Princess Twilight within moments of opening hostilities. The rest of the Mainline Six wouldn't had fared any better had they not managed to escape.
  • World's Strongest Man: She's the most powerful person on her world, and Twilight compares her to Alicorn Queen Majesty in terms of power and is completely outmatched. She's so powerful Twilight ultimately decides to summon the Harmony League so Superstallion and Thunderdrake might be able to match her.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Vaporizes Toola-Roola for snapping a picture showing her True Colors. Twilight does not take this well.


  • Token Good Teammate: At least had the morals to warn Applejack to save Twilight from Princess Equus.

The Sea Queen

  • Adaptational Heroism: Very small one, but she only manipulated Starry Bright rather than sexually assault her like the Deep did in canon.

Dark Shadow

Pinks From Mares

  • Know When to Fold 'Em: Often just leaves when things go pear shaped rather than stay and hurt her image failing. She also is smart enough to just leave when she realizes Martian Ponyhunter has the exact same powerset but is more skilled than her.

Friendship Express

  • Archenemy: To this world's Sweetheart, having killed her version of Teddy.

Starry Bright

  • Token Good Teammate: Notably the only member of the group who seemed actually worried about the plane they're trying to save being more damaged than rescued.

Torch Bearer

  • Posthumous Character: The Fillyz killed her prior to the Mane Six's arrival. Diamond Corp is covering up the fact she's dead.


The Fillyz

  • La Résistance: To the world order which Diamond Corp have a stranglehold of and where their super-powered 'heroes' run amok.
  • Cape Busters: Utterly loathes the Harmonic 'Heroes' and intend to kill them all. They've already killed two of them prior to the part of the story. This mentality starts to waver a bit upon meeting genuinely heroic superheroes.
  • Foil: Serve as this to their prime counterparts: both were turned into what they are now by the Mane Six they met, the problem is whereas the main universe had the heroic Mane Six who lead them to become The Cape and great superheroes, the Fillyz had the Harmonic 'Heroes', who were Fake Ultimate Hero jerks who's actions ruined their lives and left them bitter, cynical Anti-Heroes.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: They're implied to have once been no different from their main selves, but their Crapsack World has turned them into cynical, bitter, and angry Anti-Heroes willing to kill if they have to. This fact deeply disturbs the Mane Six.


  • Big Bad: Becomes a second main villain of the arc much like the original Billy Butcher.
  • Expy: Of Billy Butcher from The Boys.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Played With: she becomes a second main antagonist of the arc due to going on a murderous rampage against Diamond Corp, innocent civilians included, but her personality and nature never actually changed, she just got the means and opportunity to do so.
  • Not Afraid to Die: Twilight warns her the RANGER Armor could very likely kill her due to her drugging herself up on Compound D. She steals it and uses it anyway, seemingly completely undeterred by it.
  • Sadist: Twilight notes while the rest seem to view killing the Harmonic Heroes as something that needs done, Starlight enjoys it, which deeply worries her.
  • Sanity Slippage: Shows signs of mental instability from years of fighting against the Harmonic 'Heroes' and the Diamond Corp, which might be building up to something drastic. She goes off the deep end and heads to launch a terrorist attack on Diamond Corp's HQ once the attack on the Harmonic Heroes is launched.
  • Nineties Antihero: Comes with the setting and being an expy of Billy Butcher, to the point that she might be slipping into something worse.
  • The Unfettered: She's utterly ruthless and willing to do anything to take out the Harmonic Heroes and the Diamond Corp, which increasingly unnerves Twilight and the other Mainline Six. They were very right to worry.


  • Morality Pet: She treats Melody with kindness despite otherwise being as cynical and brutal as the rest.




  • Cynicism Catalyst: Friendship Express killing her Teddy is what made her as bitter as she is now.

Bright Eyes

Melody/The Mare

  • The Berserker: Is more or less feral when it comes to fighting.
  • Healing Factor: Is the only actual true metapony of the group having a healing factor that makes her nigh unkillable.
  • The Mute: She's mute and can't speak.


  • Fusion Fic: With Pokémon, though rather than directly mimicking one of the games or the anime, it's its own region.


  • Blow You Away: She has a Swellow who uses Flying moves.
  • Green Thumb: She has a Grovyle as her starter Pokemon.
  • The Hero: She's the main character of this universe.
  • Playing with Fire: Has a Ponyta. It was originally Sweetie Belle's but the two traded due to the Pokemon preferring the other trainer's style.
  • Super Mode: Currently lacks the ability to Mega Evolve her Pokemon, but desires to acquire it.

Sweetie Belle

Apple Bloom:


  • Action Girl: She's noted as being more confident than her prime self and doesn't hesitate to rush instantly to deal with Team Chrysalis when they show up.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: She's a Gym Leader, though humble about it herself.
  • Green Thumb: She's the Grass Type Gym Leader.
  • Nice Girl: Being Fluttershy, she naturally is this. She even politely explains how Pokemon battles actually work to her alternate self.
  • Puzzle Boss: Her fighting style is this. She uses very few actual damage dealing moves, instead using tricky tactics that are hard to brute force your way past. Her Ace for the team she uses against Scootaloo is a Gloom and like Erika's, it poses a major problem given its stench can instantly knock out other Pokemon, as Scootaloo's Swellow finds out the hard way.
  • Super Mode: States she's capable of using Mega Evolution with one of her Pokemon. It turns out to be her Venusaur, though she doesn't use it against Scootaloo.
  • Willfully Weak: Explains that she and all Gym Leaders have multiple teams, since challengers are at various different stages of their journey. She explicitly states she won't use her Venusaur that can Mega Evolve against Scootaloo because she's too early in her journey, and invites her for a rematch with her strongest team down the line.

Shining Armor

  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's one of the Elite Four, and offers to deal with nine Team Chrysalis Grunts by himself to help Scootaloo out.
  • Big Damn Heroes: When a large group of Team Chrysalis Grunts surround the CMC, he comes to help and takes on nine of them at once.

    Antagonistic Jaunters 
  • Dimensional Traveler: Like the mane six and company, they can travel between universes via their own means.

Lady Babylon/Ispita

  • 0% Approval Rating: She keeps a list of people who want her dead. It's so long she needs an archive and doesn't consider mainline Equus deciding to hunt her down worth caring about.
  • Abusive Parent: While she's not shown to actively mistreat them, she views her offspring as nothing more than expendable minions who she can easily replace if they're killed, to the point she feels no guilt about her actions causing the Baron of Battle's death.
  • Always a Bigger Fish: Both is this trope to the invading Flim Flam Brothers herself, and well aware of it. She never informed the Flim Flam Brothers about it, however, fully aware she'd in no way prepared them for the bigger villains lurking out there in the multiverse. As she said, it's in her nature to screw others over.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Is the Goddess of Temptation.
  • Anything That Moves: At least 16 of her children were spawned with a Lovecraftian Eldritch Abomination. She enjoyed it and has no qualms about seeing him again.
  • Arc Villain: Shaping up to be one a major one.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: Making a deal with her will never end well. Even the invading Flim Flam Brothers aren't exempt; she's fully aware she didn't deck them out well enough to take on a lot of universes out there, and was prepared to sit back and watch when they ran into someone they couldn't beat.
  • Brought Down to Badass: Was severely weakened by being imprisoned in pony form, but it wasn't enough to stop her from being one of the biggest threats in the multiverse. Part of this is due to having eons of accumulating power and knowledge throughout the multiverse.
  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: Considers her interactions with Mainline Equestria as this. To her, they're just another in a very long list of beings who want her dead and not even close to being capable of beating her yet thus she really doesn't give a darn. She mainly only antagonizes them through people who made deals with her rather than directly.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: She makes no attempt to deny that she's evil and is very proud of her spot near the top of the 'Multiverse Villain Leaderboard.' Justified, as her worldview is that everyone is just as rotten and evil as she is; she's just the one willing to admit it. Given she's the embodiment of Temptation, she knows the worst parts of sapient nature better than anyone. Ironically, her original job was to guide people away from it.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Well she is evil now, incredibly so, but despite being Temptation personified, she originally wasn't. Her original role was to test mortals and punish them for giving into temptation, but she eventually turned pure evil.
  • Deal with the Devil: Her MO is making these with others.
  • The Dreaded: The Alliance are warned of her existence long before they actually meet her and after they do meet her it quickly becomes apparent they're no match for her at present. She's very high on their threat list, especially after curbstomping Twilight in a fight and putting her in the hospital.
  • Eviler Than Thou: Considers herself this to the invading Flim Flam Brothers by a gigantic margin, calling their invasion fleet a 'neighborhood gang' in comparison. Given she's playing them like fiddles and is able to infiltrate the Jaunters' base with next to no effort, she has a point. Not to mention her son, the Baron of Battle, puts up more of a fight than anything the Flim Flams created themselves. She ultimately just abandons them to their fate when they're no longer of use to her.
  • Evil Plan: She has a lot of these, but her overarching plan is to create seven of her own Elements to free herself from her prison and mutate herself into something much worse than she ever was.
  • Final Boss Preview: Twilight tries to fight her. It goes very poorly.
  • For the Evulz: Basically the only motivation she needs to do much of anything.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Sort of. She's backing the Flim Flam Brothers' invasion, but is rather disconnected from it. She's merely enabling them to incubate one of the artifacts she needs in her plan to free herself and mutate into a Magic Nexus, and abandons them on the spot once she has it.
  • Hot as Hell: A demonic Jerkass Genie, but very easy on the eyes.
  • If I Wanted You Dead...: Makes it clear to the Alliance this is the case with them in her eyes.
  • I Have Many Names: Has a lot of aliases, to the point that her caller ID has a special function to let her know which one the person calling thinks she is.
  • Jerkass Genie: Her MO. She even states that it's in her nature to screw ponies over.
  • Knight of Cerebus: While things still have fairly light atmosphere after her appearance, she introduces the concept of malevolent forces in the multiverse, which comes with existential threats to the Alliance. She also gives Twilight a Curbstomp Battle and sends her to the hospital.
  • Long Game: Her current plan has been decades if not centuries in the making.
  • Meaningful Name: Ispita means 'Temptation' in Czech.
  • Mix-and-Match Critter: Her true form is a Draconequus like Discord. The only shown trait so far is a snake tail due to her imprisoned state. After consuming her Element of Greed and all her greed aligned artifacts to begin her mutation into a Magic Nexus, it mutates into a monstrous serpent head.
  • Mother of a Thousand Young: According to Word of God, she's got a number of children of various sorts. Some of which were sired with Nyarlathotrot, at least 16 of them. One of these is the Baron of Battle.
  • Pass the Popcorn: Her reaction to the Baron of Battle blocking Wind Rider and others members of the invasion fleet from retreating, something she anticipated.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Seems to treat her personal servants fairly well, but it's primarily to ensure their loyalty rather than actually caring about them. She even offers one of them a key to break her spell, but only because she doesn't want them to turn on her at the wrong moment...that and the ones who do take it generally end up crawling back to her as they've learned nothing.
  • Physical God: Is the Goddess of Temptation. She desires to mutate herself into a Nexus of Black Magic.
  • Reality Warper: While she's severely weakened at the moment due to her seal, she's capable of altering reality fairly easily.
  • Sadist: She very much enjoys screwing people over and causing them to destroy themselves for the fun of it. This includes manipulating two universes into obliterating each other.
  • Sealed in a Person-Shaped Can: Is an evil Goddess currently sealed inside the form of a pony, weakening her severely. It doesn't do enough to stop her from being one of the biggest threats in the multiverse. It seems her overarching plan is to free herself and become even more powerful than ever.
  • Smug Super: She wastes no time more or less telling the Alliance she doesn't consider them remotely a threat to her at this point. Given the strongest villain they've beaten at that point didn't even make it on the 'Multiverse Villain Leaderboard' while Ispita is number 2, she has a point. If she succeeds in her plan, she'll be far more powerful than she already is.
  • Time Abyss: According to Word of God, this particular version of Ispita is far older than most and has been at this for a very long time.
  • Villain Cred: Is very proud of hers. According to the Discord Continuum, she's in the top five the 'villain leader board' for her part of the multiverse, later revealed to be number 2. The Brotherhood of Tirek are above her, but they're a nonentity as the 10D Ponies have technically taken care of them.
  • Villain Forgot to Level Grind: Subverted: she's not worried about the Alliance's growing power because she's growing in power herself. Her endgame is mutate herself into something way stronger than she was even before her imprisonment.
  • Villain Song: Sings a version of "Stronger Than You" while giving Twilight a Final Boss Preview.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Simply abandons the invading Flim Flam Brothers to their fate after they're defeated, stating she has already gotten all she needed from them.
  • Your Soul is Mine!: The Mane Six first encounter her when she claims the souls of that universe's versions of Flim and Flam. The invading Flim Flam Brothers unwittingly sold her theirs as well.

Captain Trixie's Crew

  • Badass Crew: A pirate crew, and quite a badflank one at that.
  • Bounty Hunter: Are willing to hunt down multiverse tier threats to collect a bounty on them, or hire themselves out to fight them.
  • Experienced Protagonist: They've been at the multiverse jaunting game for considerably longer than the Alliance has at this point.
  • Expy: Of the Guardians of the Galaxy.
  • Punch-Clock Hero: Are willing to be hired to fight supervillains as privateers. Though it's implied Trixie only uses this as an excuse and she genuinely enjoys being a superhero.
  • Toku: All of them have a toku inspiration to them and two of them are Kamen Riders while a third is a Pony Ranger.

Captain Trixie/Kamen Rider Shokin

  • Action Girl: Even not counting her Rider form, she's still a good enough swashbuckler to duel Shining Armor and end in a time.
  • Alternate Self: Is an alternate universe version of Trixie.
  • Cool Train: Her 'ship' is a hybrid train and Pirate Ship she uses to travel between dimensions called the Ursa Major.
  • Dressed to Plunder: Wears the attire one would expect from a pirate captain. Even her Rider form is pirate themed.
  • Expy: A double one of Star Lord and Captain Jack Sparrow.
  • Henshin Hero: Swiped a Rider Pass at some point in her travels and can transform into a Kamen Rider form.
  • Karmic Thief: Sort of. She'll steal from the heroes, but only things they've got multiples of and don't need it. She prefers to actually perform pillaging against people like the invading Flim Flam Brothers.
  • Large Ham: She's Trixie, what else would you expect?
  • Nice Hat: Wears a pirate captain's hat. Also has one molded into her helmet in Rider form.
  • Pirate: Self professed one, and a dimension travelling one at that.
  • Privateer: Is willing to act as this if needed, though only seems to do so for good reasons. The Alliance hired her to attack the invading Flim Flam Brothers and she does so.
  • Wild Card: Has both stolen from the heroes and helped them with other threats. Justified, as the first time she was explicitly paid to help them and the second time Gilda came to help her fellow Riders and Trixie only got involved after realizing another pirate with a similar morality to herself was present and decided to join in to help.

Gilda (Trixie's Crew)/Kamen Rider Amarezon Gamma

  • Action Girl: She's a Kamen Rider, comes with the territory.
  • The Berserker: Comes with the territory of being a version of Kamen Rider Amazon and being an Expy of Drax.
  • Composite Character: Gilda combined with the original Amazon's storyline, Armlet, and backstory and the new Amazon's outfit and belt. With some Drax thrown in.
  • Alternate Self: Is an alternate Gilda.
  • Expy: Of Drax.
  • Henshin Hero: Is a Kamen Rider, specifically based off Amazon.

Starlight Glimmer (Trixie's Crew)

Angel Bunny (Trixie's Crew)

Fluttershy (Trixie's Crew)

  • Beware the Nice Ones: Is very similar to Fluttershy's personality, but can be very dangerous if provoked.
  • Expy: Of Groot.
  • Make My Monster Grow: As with the rest of the crew, she has Tokusatsu inspiration, namely the ability to grow giant at will inspired by this trope.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's still Fluttershy.
  • Planimal: Is described as an Ent, being a tree shaped like a huge pony and capable of moving like one. She was actually originally a tree before being given sapience.
  • Pokémon Speak: Can only say "I'm Fluttershy" due to a defect in how her vocal cords formed. Her Angel can understand her though.

Thunderbird (Trixie's Crew)

Flim Flam Brothers Incorporated

  • Alien Invasion: Interdimensional variant as it were.
  • For Want of a Nail: Flim and Flam's father dug up some of Lavan's remains, which corrupted the two and made them even worse due to the Sonic Rainboom not happening...and a lot of other things due to the nature of their universe.
  • Hero Killer: Have managed to conquer and take over multiple Equuses in the past. They finally ran into one that was strong enough to fight back.
  • Mecha-Mooks: The bulk of their army consists of them.
  • Mugging the Monster: Did not expect mainline Equus to be nearly as big of a threat as it was.
  • Planet Looters: Have resorted to this via their interdimensional travel tech.

Flim and Flam

  • Alternate Self: To their prime selves.
  • Arc Villain: The main villains of the Invasion Arc.
  • Deal with the Devil: Made one with Ispita, but are unaware of what exactly their end of the deal entailed.
  • Dirty Coward: Their response to getting confronted by the mane six on their ship is to scream and run for their lives, then beg for mercy when cornered.
  • Engineered Public Confession: Twilight gets them to admit to their unprovoked invasions of other worlds, then has Virtual Minuette broadcast it over their own propaganda network. She also did the same with all their dirty laundry, ultimately forcing them to accept Twilight's terms of surrender.
  • Greed: Being corrupted by Lavan's shards made them much worse in this regard than their prime selves.
  • More Than Mind Control: Lavan's shards don't control enough of his consciousness to outright control them, merely enhance their pre-existing greed. Twilight makes sure to shatter them when they finally meet.
  • Orcus on His Throne: The two aren't present for the invasion and have spent it in their hot tub.
  • Starter Villain: Have been repeatedly described as this by Word of God, being the first multiversal level threat mainline Equus has faced and a challenge, but ultimately not more than they can handle. Ispita lampshades this, pointing out that as threatening as they seem to mainline Equus, they're nothing but a neighborhood street gang compared to what's out there.
  • The Unfought: The closest thing to a 'fight' with them is the Mane Six having to chase them down a passage way full of booby traps, as the two are too scared to fight and simply surrender when cornered.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Are playing some sort of role in Ispita's plans, but are completely unaware of her true nature or intentions. She simply abandons them without a second thought once she's gotten what she wanted with them being none the wiser to her true intentions.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Completely fall apart when finally confronted by the mane six, going from their formally smug behavior to screaming and begging for mercy.
  • Villains Want Mercy: When cornered by the mane six, they beg for mercy to the point Twilight's easily able to get them to make an Engineered Public Confession without their knowledge.

Commander Wind Rider

  • Asshole Victim: Invoked. Megan's compromise has it that the worst of the worst among the captured enemy combatants are to be shipped to the Hegemony, and that includes Wind Rider. While his punishment is horrible, he'd done enough to warrant it.
  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: How he thought the invasion would go as just another 'milk run' mission. It didn't turn out as he'd hopped. This gets him a far harsher punishment in the aftermath of the war than he would've otherwise due to his lack of regret getting him sent to the Hegemony for punishment while his less malevolent crew mates got sent to the rehabilitation focused Equestrian prisons.
  • Butt-Monkey: He really doesn't have a good day when his ship is boarded.
  • Co-Dragons: One of the Flim Flam Brothers' commanders in charge of their army.
  • Cyborg: Got cybernetic implants as part of his deal with the Flim Flams to get himself back up to his prime. They're not enough to stand up to Hegemony forces, though he does put up a much better fight than his crew. Relatively speaking.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Has gone over this during his punishment by the Hegemony.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Made a Slave by the Hegemony and subjected to the brutal conditions that come with it. Given the scope of his crimes, both shown and implied, he had it coming.
  • Made a Slave: As one of the worst of the prisoners of war taken, he falls into Hegemony's custody as per Megan's compromise. He's made a slave as a result, and it's far from a good experience.
  • Pay Evil unto Evil: His fate is horrible, but he's among the worst of the Flim Flam Brothers' forces and his lack of empathy for it is what has him condemned to it.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: While he deserved his fate, some do have sympathy for him over it.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Tries to order a retreat and just escape when it becomes clear there's no winning this fight. The Baron of Battle has other ideas and locks him out of the system.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Having things not go as planned, Batmare and Roebin invade his ship and disable their missile defenses, and finally being boarded by Cerberus and her forces has left him in an extremely bad mood.

Metal Twilight

  • Dragon Ascendant: After her bosses surrender, she becomes Metal Nightmare and becomes the Final Boss of the arc.
  • Evil Knockoff: Of Twilight Sparkle.
  • Generic Doomsday Villain: Deconstructed: She's strong enough to rather easily defeat a baseline Twilight Sparkle, full of herself over her superiority, and wants to defeat any Twilight she comes across...and has no actual motive for doing so despite being sapient. When Twilight points this out in an Armor-Piercing Question, it becomes apparent it simply never occurred to Metal Twilight and she's ultimately little more than an unknowing slave to her creators. She doesn't take this well.
  • Grew Beyond Their Programming: Ironically, at first she stayed within her programming despite being sapient. It's only when Twilight points out this fact that she grows able to do this, and ultimately does so and is redeemed in the end.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Ultimately is redeemed by Twilight after being defeated as Metal Nightmare.
  • Hero Killer: Is designed to defeat Twilight and has defeated multiple versions of her in previous worlds, as have her fellow Metals their counterparts. She struggles at first, as she was built to counter a unicorn Twilight, but after revealing her ability to self upgrade, she becomes far more dangerous. The fact Twilight still manages to keep up with her and get the upper hand causes her to begin to unravel sanity wise.
  • It Can Think: After upgrading herself, she reveals herself to be way more intelligent than her fellow robots so as to counter Twilight's smarts. Unlike her fellows, she seems to be genuinely sapient.
  • Limit Break: She can only assume her Metal Nightmare form if she has enough metal around to absorb. Once she does...
  • One-Winged Angel: After Metal Applejack and Metal Rainbow Dash were destroyed, she reveals her self upgrade ability and absorbs their parts to upgrade herself into an Alicorn android see refers to as 'Metal Twilight X3'. She also upgrades Metal Spike into a larger and stronger form at the same time. She later upgrades herself using Metal Fluttershy and Metal Pinkie Pie's parts to upgrade herself into 'Metal Twilight X5' after they're destroyed. She later absorbs Metal Rarity's components to become 'Metal Twilight X6.' She later absorbs the remains of the Metal Princesses to become 'Hyper Metal Twilight.' She finally absorbs data from the Flim Flam Brothers' computers, copies data from the Mane Six, and by extension gets data on the Baron of Battle, and absorbs her creators' personal fleet to turn into a kaiju-sized monstrosity called Metal Nightmare.
  • Sanity Slippage: Her sanity starts falling apart as Twilight keeps finding ways to fight back against her. She really snaps when Twilight nails her with an Armor-Piercing Question. It gets considerably worse after she becomes Hyper Metal Twilight, as she starts talking to the pieces of her armor made from the other Metals like they're real, even though they were never sapient to begin with. Her sanity recovers somewhat after her initial defeat, but she's still not completely mentally stable.
  • Smug Super: Is very smug about her sheer power...which turns out because she's programmed to be and genuinely had never given it any thought as to why she should be so smug.
  • Super Mode: After her Heel–Face Turn, her Neo Metal Twilight becomes this. She can also still transform into Metal Nightmare, but only if certain conditions are met.
  • Villainous Breakdown: After Twilight hits her with an Armor-Piercing Question and makes her realize she ultimately never gave her motivation any actual consideration, and in fact doesn't have one, making her nothing more than a glorified slave, she has a big one.

The Baron of Battle

  • Anthropomorphic Personification: According to Word of God, he's the personification of Video Game Addiction.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: Fitting what he embodies, he views everything in video game terms; to the point of referring to himself as a Final Boss once he finally confronts the Mane Six and their allies during the invasion.
  • Boss Subtitles: When the heroes confront him, he actually projects these. His subtitle is 'Digital Daemon.' His One-Winged Angel form has '16th Son of Temptation and Tragedy' instead.
  • Domain Holder: Is this for the 'Final Boss stage' he makes for his fight with the Mane Six, and able to make all parties involved play by video game rules. Which includes the Mane Six not being able to just blast him with the Rainbow Powers: it's a 'special attack' and therefore they have to build up a 'Harmony Gauge' to actually harmony blast him.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: Is technically working for the Flim Flam Brothers, but only because his mother hired him out to them. He's actually the only reason they're doing as well as they are.
  • Eldritch Abomination: The spawn of a Lovecraftian horror and the demonic, Fallen Goddess of Temptation.
  • Expy: Of the Bishop of Battle.
  • Giant Hands of Doom: Well, hooves, but same principle. When he assumes physical form, his Huge Holographic Head becomes physical and he gains two equally giant, disembodied hooves for use in combat.
  • Hidden Villain: Until he reveals himself as the Final Boss, Ispita is the only one who's aware of his presence for the invasion.
  • Huge Holographic Head: Manifests as this. His physical form stops being holographic.
  • Hybrid Monster: Half Draconequus and half Outer Concept.
  • Killed Off for Real: According to Word of God, he's gone for good after his defeat.
  • Literally Shattered Lives: Is defeated by being turned to stone by the Rainbow Powers, then plummets to the ground and shatters to bits.
  • One-Winged Angel: Concealed himself inside of a 'shell avatar'. After that's destroyed, he reveals his true form, a Draconequus/Outer Concept hybrid.
  • Reality Warper: Was able to reinforce the Flim Flam Brothers' army in an instant and modify things at will. Justified, as he got it from his mother.
  • Taken for Granite: After a final Rainbow Power blast, he's turned to a statue that falls to the ground and shatters. Word of God confirms this permanently killed him.
  • Villain Override: When Wind Rider attempts to order a retreat, the Baron locks him (and any like-minded commander) out of their systems and takes over control of the invasion from them, as the Baron refuses to end the game until the players (Equus and its allies) lose or defeat the 'Final Boss' (himself).
  • Your Soul is Mine!: His primary motivation is luring gamers into becoming addicted to his game and absorbing them.

The Heralds of Eternal Night

  • Always a Bigger Fish: Ispita and the Discord Continuum both note that they're way more dangerous than the Flim Flam Brothers.
  • Dark Is Evil: Their desire is to bring about eternal night on all worlds.
  • Villain Cred: Ispita name drops them as one of the threats she considers far beyond the Flim Flam Brothers, though not quite as threatening as herself, something the Discord Continuum later agree on.

The Court of Love

  • Always a Bigger Fish: Ispita and the Discord Continuum both note that they're way more dangerous than the Flim Flam Brothers.
  • Human Head on the Wall: They've got a large hallway lined with a lot of alternate Starlight Glimmers' severed heads.
  • Villain Cred: Ispita name drops them as one of the threats she considers far beyond the Flim Flam Brothers, though not quite as threatening as herself, something the discord Continuum later agree on.
  • Villain Song: Their Early-Bird Cameo has them singing a version of This Day Aria.

The 13 Shadows

  • Always a Bigger Fish: Ispita and the Discord Continuum both note that they're way more dangerous than the Flim Flam Brothers.
  • 13 Is Unlucky: There's 13 of them and they're capable of imploding universes.
  • Villain Cred: Ispita name drops them as one of the threats she considers far beyond the Flim Flam Brothers, though not quite as threatening as herself, something the discord Continuum later agree on.

Storm Empire

  • The Bad Guy Wins: The ones that are evil conquered their Equestrias.
  • The Empire: An alliance of Storm Kings from worlds where they rule, not necessarily where they're evil however.
  • Fear Is the Appropriate Response: They literally have it in their laws that if the Pantheon of First Heroes ever shows up in one of their worlds, the only appropriate response is to run.
  • Necessarily Evil: The Alliance views them as such, as they can't afford to actually fight them at the moment and technically speaking they've not done anything to cause a war. That and they may potentially be useful in the future.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Outright avoids actually antagonizing the Alliance and don't actively conquer other universes, as they're very much aware that there are far bigger fish out there in the Multiverse than they are, and provoking them would be suicide. They also align with the Alliance just in case they need help. They also abolished slavery, not because of standards, but because it turned out to be more trouble than it was worth. They also know they don't stand a chance against the Pantheon of First Heroes and will run rather than face them.
  • The Sociopath: Many of them. The one the Mane Six meet has zero problem informing them his Twilight is dead, because he murdered her. He even describes himself as a 'high functioning sociopath'.
  • Token Good Teammate: Not all of them are actually evil, and the one the Jaunters meet tells them he'll get in touch with one of the genuinely good members of their group for pragmatism's sake.

Storm Emperor #35

  • The Mentor: To Kimono, who he's teaching defensive martial arts to protect herself without hurting anyone.
  • Necessarily Evil: He's part of the Storm Empire to protect his world from the bigger evils of the Multiverse, and would very gladly jump ship to the Alliance if they could do better.
  • Token Good Teammate: Is their representative to the Alliance precisely because he's this trope and thus the only one they'd tolerate having around. He's actually a spiritual leader who was reformed when found be a group of llama monks, and while he does rule his Equestria, it's due to being handed the job of its guardian by Celestia and Luna when they died.
  • Warrior Monk: Is a religious monk and powerful warrior, as well as a master martial artist.

Emperor Ahuizotl

  • Arc Villain: Of the 'Crisis at the North Pole' arc.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: Defeated his Daring Do.
  • Victory Is Boring: Beat his Daring Do and has her as a petrified trophy. He's also incredibly bored without her around to fight and is actually excited when the heroes showing up to fight him.

Dr. Caballeron

  • The Dragon: To Emperor Ahuizotl.
  • Powered Armor: Has a set of it, which he uses to surprise Patch when she confronts him.


The Discord Continuum

  • Alliance of Alternates: Is group of Discords (and Accords) from across the multiverse, united for the cause of...annoying Twilight Sparkles and starship captains across the multiverse.
  • Gender Flip: At least one of them is a female Discord named Eris. She and Discord Number Impossible Number are dating.
  • Hero of Another Story: Defeated an evil multiversal team up of Accords off screen.
  • Mundane Utility: According to Discord, their primary goal is simply to annoy Twilight Sparkles (and starship captains) on a multiversal scale, despite being a huge alliance of Discords. Justified, as being Discords, they can't agree on anything other than that to do with their collective power.
  • Reality Warper: They're a huge alliance of Discords (and Accords and Erises).
  • Troll: The only thing they can collectively agree on is annoying Twilight and starship captains on a multiversal scale.
  • Villain Team-Up: Subverted. The Mane Six assume they're this, but they're actually all either good or neutral. According to Discord Prime, it's because the evil Discords are so chaotic and narcissistic they can't get along long enough to form one.

The Legion Of Santas

  • Alliance of Alternates: A group of Santas gathered from across the multiverse to defend Christmas, Hearth's Warming, and analogs of those holidays across the multiverse.
  • Badass Santa: There are naturally some among their number.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Are signaled by 10D Santa to help save the Santa Hooves of Mainline Equus.
  • For Happiness: They're an entire group of Santa Claus, so being multiversal bringers of good cheer is to be expected.
  • The Krampus: At least 10 of their members are this, some of which from Mirror Universes.
  • Santa Claus: A multiversal group of them.

Santa Hooves #5

  • Real After All: Is Ponyland's Santa, which Bright Eyes didn't believe existed. She promptly faints when he reveals this.
  • The Leader: Seems to be the leader of his squad.
  • The Marvelous Deer: Is a magical reindeer.

Santa Claws #15

Santa Claus #3

  • Badass Pacifist: Is from the World of Empathy, so is this. He's also a master of Innocence Magic.
  • Token Human: Is the only one of the team sent to help save Mainline Santa to be a human. Notably, he's also the only known human in the G3 world.

Santa Hooves #92

  • Badass Santa: Is notably more muscular than his fellows, and is from the Kamen Rider World. It's rumored he may even be a Kamen Rider himself.
  • Henshin Hero: According to Ichigo!Wind Whistler, he's rumored to be this. She was right.
  • The Marvelous Deer: Is a magical reindeer.

Santa Claws #19

Mirror Krampus #10

  • Dark Is Not Evil: Looks like a demon, but is no less kind and good than his fellows.
  • The Krampus: Is the Mirror Universe version of him, and thus more like Santa in terms of personality and behavior.
  • Mirror Universe: Is from one, and thus presumably his and Santa's typical roles are inverted where he's from.

Ninja Santa Hooves

Multiverse Police Department

  • Cool Guns: Their Guardian Angel pistol, which is a very advanced, versatile weapon. Already advanced even by the Alliance's standards, it got an upgrade in the form of a Finishing Move when the two groups met.
  • Humongous Mecha: The Sentinel mecha the Alliance collaborated on in building. They're rather small by the standards of this trope, but also far more agile and mass producible than the other Alliance mecha.
  • Powered Armor: Have their 'Service Suit', which while inferior to Paladin Armor is still very high tech and a good bit more compact.
  • Super Cop: Are high tech dimension police.
  • Transforming Mecha: The Sentinel mecha the Alliance helped them build can transform from a police car to a pony-shaped robot mode.

Chief Shining Armor

  • Ace Custom: His personal Sentinel is heavily customized and has a sword rather than a baton. It also has a support mecha it can combine with to form Grand Sentinel that wasn't fit for mass production.
  • Adaptational Badass: This Shining is one of the Alliance's strongest warriors and an utter badflank.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He's the leader of the Multiverse Police Department and one of the greatest warriors in the Alliance.
  • Expy: Of Shadow Ranger.
  • Cool Sword: The Blade of Courage, a magitech sword that Only the Chosen May Wield. It's also an artifact left by the Pantheon of First Heroes so advanced even the most advanced members of the Alliance can't understand it.
  • Forged by the Gods: The Blade of Courage was made by the Courageous Empress, one of the Pantheon of First Heroes.
  • One-Man Army: Him and the Knights of Megan vs 1000 Shades of Lilith. Shining tells the shocked witch who sent them she should have sent more. According to Dame Patch, Shining took out most of them himself.
  • Super Prototype: His Service Suit and Guardian Angel pistol are this, in part due to being made in a rush and something happened no one can repeat.
  • World's Best Warrior: He's the greatest warrior of the entire Multiverse Police Department, and one of the best in the entire Alliance. Which given who that includes, is saying something.

Dame Patch

The Pantheon of First Heroes

  • Benevolent Precursors: Are among the first Dimensional Travelers, and a Time Abyss even by the standards of the oldest members of the Alliance. They're also a multiversal Big Good force who intentionally left powerful artifacts that Only the Chosen May Wield to aid younger being in their darkest hour, and worshiped as paragons of good on many worlds.
  • The Dreaded: Evil across the multiverse is terrified of them, with the Storm Empire having it be a law that the only appropriate response to running into them is to run.
  • The Ghost: So far have only been mentioned and appeared via their artifacts, but have left long reaching effects on the multiverse regardless.
  • God of Good: Are gods, who's names are things like the Courageous Empress, the Noble Prime, and the Valiant Soldier, and the Greater-Scope Paragon for the multiverse.
  • Greater-Scope Paragon: Are among the first to ever travel the Multiverse and considered some of if not the greatest heroes in the multiverse. While currently somewhere deep in the multiverse and their whereabouts unknown, they left behind artifacts scattered across it to aid heroes in their time of need, which includes the Blade of Courage and Matrix of Nobility.
  • Physical God: They're not called the Pantheon of First Heroes for nothing. To note, the Storm Empire considers the only logical reaction to meeting them is to run. One of their artifacts was able to make a living Super Robot out of scrapmetal in a matter of seconds that went on to stop an alien invasion with his verse's Tales Seven, and that's not even the artifact's full power.
  • Time Abyss: They're among the first Dimensional Travelers ever, which means there's likely universes younger than them. They're so much more advanced than the Alliance that even the Hegemony, Bright Future, and Race of Yith can't understand their artifacts.

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