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The Mane 6

It's a sweet, magic, fast, posh, fun, cute Pony Life!

The Mane 6 are a group of friends that hang out at the Sugarcube Corner, a Local Hangout that's their "home away from home". It also hosts magic potions that the Mane 6 use whenever necessary.

  • Emotional Powers: Although they have some conscious control over their quirky powers, said powers often seem to automatically activate based on their emotional state. For example, Pinkie tends to explode when she is excited, Fluttershy tends to grow when she is angry or determined, and Twilight tends to shatter when she is stressed.
  • Flanderization: Their personalities are noticeably exaggerated and simplified from the original portrayals, almost to the point where they feel like parodies of themselves. An exception is Fluttershy, who is arguably much less shy than her counterpart.
  • Inexplicably Awesome: Each of them has a quirky ability of some kind: Pinkie explodes into confetti, Fluttershy is a Sizeshifter, Twilight shatters like glass, Rainbow Dash can slow time, Rarity can summon her fainting couch and produce gems, and Applejack is a Fourth-Wall Observer. The powers are unique to each character; notably, Fluttershy attempts to imitate Pinkie's ability in "The 5 Habits of Highly Effective Ponies" and fails, but no explanation is given as to why they have such quirks and there is no indication whether ponies other than the Mane Six also have them.

    Pinkie Pie

Voiced by: Andrea Libman

Pinkie Pie is the cutest party animal around and runs the Sugarcube Corner.

  • Adaptational Wimp: Pinkie here does not display her Pinkie Sense or any other of her Cloudcuckoolander abilities. Also she is just a baker and not a party planner.
  • The Bartender: Sort of. She runs and works at the Sugarcube Corner, which hosts a batch of magical potions that her friends drink whenever necessary. Though she's unlikely to be the one to give any advice to anyone.
  • Genki Girl: Moreso than the original here. This version of Pinkie tends to get very excited over even the smallest of things.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: She's the most central of the Mane Six instead of Twilight: she's the most prominent of the cast in the opening, the pilot is focused on her, and the main hangout for the group is Pinkie's workplace.

"I CAN be tough. I have a dark side."

Voiced by: Andrea Libman

Fluttershy is the sweetest of the group and an animal lover. But don't mess with her friends, or else.

  • Adaptational Badass: In contrast to the Shrinking Violet she was in Friendship is Magic, Fluttershy here is more confident and outgoing. When a potion gives her a vision of a "hidden truth" about herself, she cheerfully claims that what it showed her (she has great and terrible power inside her) was something she already knew. In "Close Encounters of the Balloon Kind", she's the one who assures the others that the unknown need not be scary, and that it's counterproductive to think up wild worst-case scenarios instead of working together to investigate mysterious anomalies, whereas anxiety and timidity were some of her defining traits in FiM. Her Sizeshifter ability here also makes her more obviously intimidating when she's riled.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: More emphasis is placed on her Cute and Psycho tendencies here than the empathetic qualities that were more central to her FiM counterpart. She regularly makes references to having a dark sense of humor, which her FiM counterpart only showed shades of, and is more likely to grab the Jerkass Ball.
  • Adaptational Personality Change: Compared to her FiM counterpart, her shyness is only rarely on display and her Cute and Psycho side is more commonly seen.
  • Animal Lover: Befriends a cat, fawns over dolphins, and is shown caring for a caterpillar.
  • Badass Adorable: Parodied; when the rest of the Mane Six are acting cool, Fluttershy's attempt to act cool just prompts them to fawn over how cute she is. When she tries again even harder, they fawn harder.
  • Characterization Marches On: Starts out more or less like her FiM counterpart, but by “The Trail Less Trotten”, she tends to be about as energised and excitable as Pinkie Pie.
  • Cute and Psycho: While she doesn't actually hurt anyone, she regularly acts like she wants to. As well, she seems to not care about how she terrorizes ponies when running around gigantic.
  • The Cutie: Is described as being "sweet".
  • Jerkass Ball: Has a couple of moments. In "Death of a Sales-Pony", she quickly resorts to using her Sizeshifter powers to intimidate her friends into selling an increasingly infeasible number of cookies, and even after apologizing to the rest of the Mane Six, she makes no effort to dissuade the overworked Spike, Gummy, and Angel from continuing with cookie production. In "Discord's Peak", she puts herself and her friends in danger by triggering a volcanic eruption just to catch Discord's attention.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Her shyness only seems to come up when she's on camera, and even despite that, it is shown in "The Crystal Capturing Contraption" that she aspires to be an on-camera reporter.
  • Ship Tease: She lovingly refers to Discord as "my walking disaster" and sometimes manifests heart symbols while interacting with him.
  • Sizeshifter: She can suddenly alter her size, becoming tiny or gigantic at will. She does it in "The Best of the Worst", becoming small to test Rainbow's resolve in suppressing her emotions, then growing huge to yell at Dishwater Slog for being mean to a young pony.
  • There Was a Door: Fluttershy has been shown to bash down doors cause they were slightly jammed, as well as using her Size Powers to literally crash through a wall, such as when she is excited.

    Twilight Sparkle

Voiced by: Tara Strong

Twilight Sparkle is smart, and a bit of a book nerd.

  • Adapted Out: Despite still being an alicorn here, there is no indication that Twilight is a princess nor do any pony refer to her as such.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Though still knowledgeable about magic, she rarely exhibits the magical power and skill that her original counterpart possessed, even in life-threatening situations.
  • Big Eater: Shown to enjoy Pinkie's confections the most as seen in "Badge of Shame" and "Pie vs. Pie".
  • Mad Libs Catchphrase: "By my calculations..."
  • Not Quite Flight: Though capable of regular flight as well, she catches herself with her magic when she falls into a potion bottle in "All Bottled Up".
  • The Smart Girl: Twilight's love for studying and books is carried over from the original.
  • Visual Pun: She literally falls to pieces whenever she's stressed.
  • Winged Unicorn: She's still an alicorn in this adaptation.

    Rainbow Dash
"I'm good at being me. Awesome, awesome... me."

Voiced by: Ashleigh Ball

Rainbow Dash is the fastest pony alive, and is a sucker for a good competition.

  • Competition Freak: In "The Best of the Worst", she can't turn down a challenge from Dishwater Slog because she simply can't refuse a friendly competition.
  • Fastest Thing Alive: Described as being the fast one of the group in the intro.
  • Informed Ability: She claims to be so speedy that she can literally control time and this is also mentioned in her bio on the official YouTube channel, but that was initially not directly shown in the series. She considered using the power in "Pinkie Pie: Hyper-Helper", though she feels too sick at the time to actually do so. However, this was then averted in both "The Fluttershy Effect" and "Director Spike's Mockumentary", which were the only two times to actually show her using this ability in season 1.

"You impress me Rarity, you sassy saucy girl with a mane that won't quit."

Rarity is fabulous, but she can be a bit dramatic.

  • Attention Whore: She loves being in the spotlight. In fact, she'll knock one of the other Mane Six out of the spotlight so she can be in it.
  • Body to Jewel: In place of most spit or vomit, she'll spit out random gemstones.
  • Character Exaggeration: This version is far more dramatic and self-absorbed than the original.
  • Drama Queen: At one point she whines about having nothing to wear. Her infamous fainting couch also sees plenty of usage.
  • Girly Bruiser: Like the original Rarity, she may seem prissy, but she's not afraid to get into physical fights. She was prepared to beat up Bubbles when he claimed to be "too cool" for the Mane Six, and gets into a brawl with Gummy while trying to steal Pinkie's souffle recipe in "Bad Thing No. 3".
  • It's All About Me: A Running Gag is one of her friends coming to her for advice and Rarity starting a story about herself that has nothing to do with the problem, and gets interrupted by the pony asking how her story is relevant to the problem.
  • Overly Long Tongue: Often rolls out well in front of her when she's shocked.
  • Prone to Vomiting: Any slight sickness or surprise will do it. Thankfully it's just gems.

"Did you miss this? I missed this."

Voiced by: Ashleigh Ball

Applejack is described as being the "fun" one of the group.

  • Fourth-Wall Observer: Applejack frequently breaks the fourth wall and directly address the audience in this show, unlike Pinkie Pie in Friendship Is Magic. A few examples include:
    • The first episode of the show, where she turns to the audience and says "Did you miss this? I missed this."
    • In the season 1 finale, she initiates the Iris Out by pointing a remote control at the fourth wall.
    • In "Close Encounters of the Balloon Kind" she initiates the imagine spots and ends the episode on a cliffhanger.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: "All Bottled Up" reveals that she suffers from Claustrophobia, causing her to panic when she and Twilight are accidentally trapped in a potion bottle. She also has a fear of clowns as seen in "Lolly-Pop" but she is able to overcome this thanks to Fluttershy.

Other Characters


Spike the dragon is Twilight's assistant.

  • Advertised Extra: He was introduced along with the Mane 6, but has a much smaller role in the show.
  • Demoted to Extra: Especially in earlier episodes, he has much less of a role than in the original show.
  • Out of Focus: In many episodes, he's completely absent, or only briefly there for a gag, despite being essentially one of the group of friends.

    Princess Celestia

Voiced by: Nicole Oliver

Princess Celestia is one of the judges of the Royal Jelly Juggernaut contest.

  • Ascended Meme: In Pinkie's Imagine Spots anyway, she has a lever next to her throne that she uses to drop failed contestants down a trap door, rather like a certain famous fan animation.
  • Big Eater: She completely wolfs down a slice from a giant six-layer cake in one bite.
  • Demoted to Extra: Instead of being Twilight's mentor and sending the Mane 6 to fight villains, often joining herself, she's a reality TV judge occasionally.
  • Winged Unicorn: She's an alicorn, a pony with both wings and a horn.


Smallfry is a tiny colt, and a Rainbow Dash fanboy.


    Dishwater Slog
"When it comes to being the worst, you got nothing on me."

Voiced by: Kyle Rideout

Dishwater Slog is a lazy earth pony that challenges Rainbow Dash for a competition to see who can be the worst.

  • Born Unlucky: An interesting subversion in that he can do things correctly, but chooses not to as he is proud of his laziness.
  • Card-Carrying Jerkass: He takes unhidden joy in mocking and messing with others. In his first scene alone, he keeps asking for Pinkie to slide over milkshakes to him, and lets them fall to the ground every time, smirking as it happens.
  • Didn't Think This Through: In "Cotton Candy-Colored Glasses", he buys up all the eponymous glasses, and attempts to sell them on for 200 Bits each (ten times what they are actually worth). Unfortunately for him, not a single pony is willing to pay that much for them. By the end of the episode, Dishwater is left with no profits and a pile of now-useless glasses.
  • Hypocrite:
    • As Rainbow Dash points out, despite seemingly taking pride in having put no effort into anything ever, he puts quite a bit of effort into being the biggest jerk he can possibly be.
    • When Rainbow stops playing his game, he claims that she's not playing fair. This in spite of the fact that he "won" the second round by cheating.
  • Jerkass: Invoked; and it's about the only thing he does put any effort into. Rainbow Dash uses this against him to win the second round of their Worst competition by pointing out he can't be a complete failure if he's succeeding at being a jerk.
  • Kick the Dog: Purposely trips over Smallfry making the poor foal bawl his eyes out just to upset Rainbow Dash.
  • The Pig-Pen: He's incredibly slovenly; his mane is messy, his shirt is covered in unidentified stains, and he sports a scruffy mustache stubble.
  • Shut Up, Kirk!: Apparently, he can shoot down Fluttershy's assertiveness (at least in this show).
  • Villainous Breakdown: When Rainbow Dash stops playing his "best of the worst" game, he totally loses it.

    Bubbles Cherub McSquee
"If you can't handle me at my realest, then you don't deserve me at my cutest!"

Voiced by: Andrew McNee

Bubbles Cherub McSquee is a talking cat who befriends Fluttershy after her friends doubt her ability to be tough. He's quite abrasive and has a dark sense of humor, which Fluttershy likes in him at first. However, everypony else thinks something is up.

  • Brutal Honesty: He does not pull any punches when it comes to stating his opinions. This comes to a head when he tells Pinkie that "Reality TV is trash" in response to her doubting she'll win the Royal Jelly Juggernaut, after her friends already criticized her attempt at savory desserts.
  • Cats Are Mean: Well, of course.
  • Cuteness Equals Forgiveness: Exploits this for all it's worth with Fluttershy whenever he does something mean.
  • Cuteness Overload: Fluttershy manages to "out-adorable" him in their "cute-off", overwhelming him with so much cuteness that he takes off like a rocket, presumably into space.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: Downplayed. He's not outright evil, he's just kind of a jerk. And a manipulative one at that.
  • Hate Sink: An overall toxic friend who abuses Fluttershy and her friends out of sheer amusement.
  • Jerkass: Very much so, though he tries to use his cuteness to keep Fluttershy from calling him out for it, which initially works.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He manipulates Fluttershy by exploiting her Cuteness Proximity to animals and giving her friendship trinkets to keep her from calling him out for his actions.
  • Prehensile Tail: Has a long tail that he often uses to pick up or manipulate objects when he's not using his paws.
  • Replacement Flat Character: He serves a role similar to that of Discord in the original show, a sarcastic friend to Fluttershy that no one else really likes. Unlike Discord, he doesn't have a deeper role in the series, interesting powers, or the potential to grow as a person. This is made even more noticeable when Discord appears.
  • Talking Animal: He is the only cat shown so far who can talk, unlike Rarity's cat, Opal.

Voiced by: Andrea Libman
The new "friend" Bubbles makes after ditching Fluttershy.

    Derek, Matt and Matt 
Voiced by: Daniel Doheny (Derek and Matt), Andrea Libman (Matt 2)
A group of alternative ponies that like unpopular things.
  • Hypocrite: They claim to be "individuals". But as Applejack points out, their acting as a group undermines their self-proclaimed individuality.
  • It's Popular, Now It Sucks!: In-Universe. They are horrified to see that the squishy cubes they've been carrying around have "hit the mainstream" (thanks to Rarity), and promptly abandon them in favor of a new fad.
  • Odd Name Out: In a world full of ponies with fantastical names, they have very normal-sounding names (which Derek lampshades).
  • The Smurfette Principle: Matt 2 is the only female of the group.

    Fancy Pants 
Voiced by: Trevor Devall
A snobbish unicorn that invites Rarity to go on a walk with him.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: The original Fancy Pants was a Nice Guy despite his high noble class and made friends with Rarity. Here though, he is a pretty self-absorbed narcissist who only talks about himself, making him seem much closer to other nobles from the original show like Prince Blueblood.
  • Love at First Sight: He seems to have this with Rarity, where as soon as he sees her he is stunned and we see a brief Crush Filter from his perspective, followed by him inviting her to go for a walk with him. Rarity returned his feelings at first, until she got to know him and realized how self-absorbed he was.
  • Promoted to Love Interest: In Friendship is Magic, he had a polite but otherwise minor relationship with Rarity. Here, he serves the role of Prince Blueblood, as a bit of a crush for Rarity until she realizes his true nature mid-date.

    Cutie Mark Crusaders 
Voiced by: Madeleine Peters (Scootaloo), Michelle Creber (Apple Bloom) and Claire Margaret Corlett (Sweetie Belle)
A group of friends and junior members of the Trail Trotters. Apple Bloom and Sweetie Belle are the younger sisters of Applejack and Rarity respectively while Scootaloo is a big fan of Rainbow Dash.
  • The Cameo: At the end of "Little Miss Fortune" where Rainbow Dash performs in a show for them.
  • Demoted to Extra: The three barely even talk, whereas in the original show, they were the protagonists for many episodes.

Voiced by: Peter New
The spirit of chaos and disharmony.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Downplayed. While far from a saint, being a huge troll and pain in the flank even after reforming, FIM Discord caused chaos and mischief ultimately to help his friends, specifically Twilight, to learn a lesson and become the best versions of themselves and/or by being genuinely misguided and learning a lesson to improve himself. This version of Discord only causes chaos simply and completely For the Lulz and lacks original Discord's want to improve and later character development. He also doesn't have the Freudian Excuse of disappearing if he is no longer chaotic.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: The girls become worried when Fluttershy asks Discord to come along on their hiking trip but they immediately become relieved when he refuses.
  • I Work Alone: Refuses to join the Mane Six on their journey to Mt. Volcanope as he prefers to be by himself.
  • Jerkass: He stole the Mane Six's cosmic wishes and spread chaos magic around and refuses to undo his mistake.
  • Look Behind You: His MO. He tricks someone into looking anyway, and disappears shortly after.
  • Promoted to Love Interest: In the original show, he went from a villain to a recurring source of chaos to create adventure or slice of life fun, with some Ship Tease between him and Fluttershy on the side. In this, however, his introductory appearance is about him being content not messing with things, while Fluttershy blatantly crushes on him, and her taking things too far wanting him to join in drives the plot.

Voiced by: Kathleen Barr
Trixie is a traveling magician who lacks friends.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: A minor case. In the original show, she started off as an antagonistic jerk who humiliated the Mane 6 and had an episode that turned her into a villain (albeit this was partly because an amulet was gradually making her even worse than normally). While she did reform and become much nicer, it took a while, and she still had an ego to her. In this show, she is introduced as a neutral party and becomes friends with the Mane 6 halfway through the episode. She still has an ego to her, but she never actually acts mean to anyone, and she becomes friends with the Mane 6 much more quickly than in the original series.
  • Third-Person Person: Refers to herself as "Trixie" instead of "I", just like in Friendship is Magic.

    Starlight Glimmer 
A lavender unicorn who has only appeared in the toyline.

    Finn Tastic 
Voiced by: Ryan Bell
Finn Tastic is a dolphin who is a celebrity and famous actor.
  • Brutal Honesty: Hurts Fluttershy by saying her friends were lying to her the whole time.
    Finn Tastic: "Trust me even if it's hard it's better to be honest."
  • Nice Guy: Despite his self absorbed attitude and his Brutal Honesty moment above, he is very polite to the ponies he talks to.

    Potion Nova 
Voiced by: Chanelle Peloso
A unicorn who is the maker of the potions that the Mane Six use.
  • The Ace: As Twilight points out, Potion Nova is smart, skilled at magic, and great at cooking. However, Potion Nova is quick to point out her own flaws: she's bad with directions and a poor dancer.
  • I Can't Dance: By her own admission, she's not good at dancing.
  • Inexplicably Awesome: She makes complex magical potions, casually makes use of advanced spells like self-levitation, and, prior to introducing herself to the Mane Six, bypasses all of Twilight's traps meant to catch her in the act of restocking potions. Her mane also shimmers when she's about to manifest certain magic powers—oddly, she doesn't seem to know what said powers will be before they occur, but such random bursts of power are never shown happening with any other character. How and why she's able to do any of this is so far unexplained.
  • The Mentor: She takes Twilight under her wing as her apprentice.
  • The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: She claims she owns a refrigerator company, but the only refrigerator-related activity she does is stocking Pinkie Pie's fridge with free potions.
  • No Sense of Direction: In "Meet Potion Nova!", she claims to be bad at directions.
  • Not Quite Flight: She regularly self-levitates with her magic.

Muffins is a clumsy mailpony.

    DJ PON3 
A mute DJ who only makes sound through the Recurring Riff of the Theme Tune.
  • The Silent Bob: Only communicates through dance and gestures (it's unknown if the characters can hear the theme music). Rarity seems to understand her perfectly, in both "Whoof-Dunnit?" and "The Rarity Report".
  • Voice for the Voiceless: Courtesy of Rarity in "The Rarity Report".

    Octavio Pie 
Voiced by: Jesse Inocalla
The older brother of Pinkie Pie.
  • Call-Back: Pinkie Pie at one point mentioned she misses her brother many episodes before he appears.
  • Canon Foreigner: He never appeared in Friendship is Magic where Pinkie only had sisters as siblings.
  • Meaningful Appearance: His appearance showcases him opposing Pinkie; While she has a vibrant pink color scheme and a frizzy mane, he has dull, gray colorings and a short, well-groomed mane.
  • Plagiarism in Fiction: He steals Pinkie's "Docapop" (a combination of donut, cupcake and lollipop) recipe, and uses them to make his own version, the "Lollopnut".
  • Spear Counterpart: He has the exact same color scheme as Marble Pie, Pinkie's fraternal twin sister from FiM.

    Snips and Snails 
Voiced by: Richard Ian Cox (Snails) and Ian Hanlin (Snips)
A pair of Unicorn friends that the Mane Six help attend the Meet and Gallop.

    Bulk Biceps 
Voiced by: Michael Dobson
Bulk Biceps is the announcer for the Sportacular Spectacular.
  • Ascended Extra: He had a handful of short, shouted lines over the course of Friendship is Magic. Here, he has full conversations with the main characters, delivers An Aesop, has his own nickname ("The Spirit of Competition"), and has his own friend/rival, Hulk Hamstrings.
  • Top-Heavy Guy

    Herd Happily 
Voiced by: Luc Roderique
Zebra news reporter for the Sportacular Spectacular.

    Hawthorne the Third 
A small plant creature created from one of the mysterious balloons.
  • Expy: It shares multiple traits with the Florries from the G1 story "Fugitive Flowers"; It starts out as a seemingly cute and harmless creature, then after feeding, grows into a giant monstrosity that seeks to ravage the land.
  • Killer Rabbit: It looks cute at first glance but turns out to be a monster in disguise.
  • Miracle-Gro Monster: It grows big when eating apples and shrinks when getting splashed with water.

    Big Mac 
Voiced by: Peter New
Applejack's older brother.

Voiced by: Peter Kelamis
A cow pony from old Equestria who finds Applejack's hat.

    Mecha Ponies 
Voiced by: Natalie (Laara Sadiq), The Pulverizer (Rebecca Shoichet)
Natalie and The Pulverizer are a pair of mecha ponies that live in a futuristic Ponyville.

    Lightning Chill 
Voiced by: Bethany Brown
Lightning Chill is a laid-back tiger with a unicorn horn who hails from another dimension.

Voiced by: Connor Parnall
A bat with a unicorn horn who hails from an alternate dimension.
  • The One Guy: He's the only male animal in the trio of alternate dimension animals.

    Sugar Snap 
Voiced by: Ana Sani
A peacock with a unicorn horn who hails from an alternate dimension.

    Princess Cadance 
Voiced by: Britt McKillip
Princess Cadance is the owner of the Crystal Empire Carnival.
  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: In Friendship is Magic Cadance was Twilight's foalsitter and later her sister in law. Here the two don't seem to recognize each other.

    Flim and Flam 
Voiced by: Samuel Vincent (Flim) and Scott McNeil (Flam)
Twin brothers who run a clown makeup shop and jamboree in the Crystal Empire Carnival.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Downplayed. Friendship is Magic has the brothers as a pair of con artists who swindle ponies out of their money with shoddy products. In Pony Life they own a legitimate business and put on a show for everypony.

    Shining Armor 
Voiced by: Andrew Francis
Shining Armor is the ringmaster of the Crystal Empire Carnival's big top.
  • Ambiguously Related: It is unknown if he and Twilight are siblings or not like their Friendship is Magic counterparts.

    Curtain Call 
Voiced by: Luc Roderique
Director pony from Applewood who is impressed by Rarity's acting and wants her as apart of his play.

Voiced by: Tina Grant
A pony hired by Rarity to help Applejack relax and overcome her stage fright.

Voiced by: Nicole Oliver
The owner of Let's Decorate, a party store.


Pinkie's pet alligator.
  • Adaptational Badass: The original Gummy never showed any violent tendencies despite being an alligator. Here, he actively fights against Rarity in "Bad Thing No. 3" when she tries to steal Pinkie's souffle recipe.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: This Gummy is much more expressive compared to the original who was The Stoic.
  • All Animals Are Dogs: He scratches himself in a dog-like way in "I, Cookie".
  • Big Eater: Constantly trying to eat the ingredients and baked goods that are around, and will even eat badly-made ones from a worn-out oven, or overeat decorated cookies to the point of vomiting.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: He's able to fight evenly against Rarity and pin her hoof down despite being much smaller than her.
  • Stomach of Holding: When Pinkie says it's just her and Gummy, he promptly vomits up a suitcase to go on vacation.
  • Overly Long Tongue: As if he is part frog.

Voiced by: Daniel Doheny
Rainbow Dash's pet tortoise.

Fluttershy's pet bunny.
  • The Cameo: At the end of "Death of a Salespony" helping Spike bake cookies.
  • The Voiceless: Averted. While he doesn't talk, he does make squeaking sounds.

Twilight's pet owl.

Applejack's pet dog.

Rarity's pet cat.

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