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Friendship Forever is a My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Next-Gen Fic and Kid Fic by Mighty Mewtron. It stars the foals of five of the mane 6 (sans Twilight) and Princess Cadance and Shining Armor:

  • Boogie Beat (Pinkie's daughter)
  • Trailblazer (Rainbow Dash's son)
  • Rosethorn (Fluttershy's daughter)
  • Sweet Cider (Applejack's daughter)
  • Bright Eyes (Rarity's daughter)
  • Sterling Silver (Twilight Sparkle's nephew)
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  • Ellie (Gilda's abandoned offspring and Sterling's assistant)

  • Pilot
  • First official chapter coming soon

Tropes in this series include:

  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Bright's earring and trademark glasses, Sterling's bow, Trailblazer's hat, Boogie's bows, and Sweet's bandanna.
  • Action Mom: Rainbow Dash.
    • All of the original Mane 6 with children qualify for this in some way, considering their history.
  • Alpha Bitch: Pink Lemonade of the CMC.
  • And I Must Scream: Rowdy Ruff goes on a rampage during the blue moon against her will, unable to stop herself because the werepony controls her soul.
  • Arranged Marriage: Sterling has one with his foalhood friend, a crystal unicorn named Lustar, due to the fact they had gotten along as foals and due to Lustar's rare species.
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  • Ascended Fangirl: Skyrocket, although she doesn't represent anyone in particular.
  • Author Avatar: Sugar Spice is a filly version of Mew.
  • Berserk Button: Colt Trailblazer seems to have had one; when Sterling mentions Trailblazer's blank flank, the former tackles him.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Pound Cake to Pumpkin Cake, although they are technically twins.
  • Big Eater: Pumpkin Cake. She'll eat raw batter from the bowl!
  • Bookworm: Sterling and, minorly, Bright.
  • Call-Back: Done often to the canon series:
    • In episode 2, Boogie mentions she was brought to Twilight by her "Boogie Sense".
  • Change the Uncomfortable Subject: In the pilot, when Rainbow Dash is pregnant with Blitzie, Rarity makes fun of her for having a third kid. Rainbow retorts by bringing up Esmeralda, and Rarity changes the subject quickly. It's later revealed that Esmeralda is Rarity's second filly, lost in the jungle as a baby and raised by Zecora as a Jungle Princess.
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  • Child by Rape: Word of God implies Rosethorn was born this way.
  • Clap Your Hands If You Believe: At the end of his song in the pilot, Sterling levitates himself and earns his cutie mark through his desire to fly.
  • Cool Big Sis: Gold Heart crosses into this occasionally to Sterling, especially in "Adventures in Foalsitting".
    • Twilight also takes this role to Sterling more often.
    • Sweet Cider is a Cool Big Cousin to Two Bit, and Trailblazer is occasionally a Cool Big Bro for Blitzie.
  • Determinator: Trailblazer and Blitzie shine in this field.
    • Sweet Cider, too; her element is even willpower.
    • Sterling will do anything to earn his wings.
  • Egg MacGuffin: The third episode involves the new mane six having to care for an abandoned egg that eventually hatches into baby Ellie.
  • Everypony Can See It: Rosethorn and Sweet Cider's crushes on one another.
  • Fandom Nod: The term "brohoof" is used in "Destiny Quest."
    • Some background ponies designed for the series look like the offspring of fan favorites.
  • Girl Group: The Mighty Mares, consisting of Boogie Beat, Center Stage, and Cymbal Crash.
  • Girls Have Cooties: Invoked in "No Fillies Allowed".
    • The song in the episode will include a lyric invoking this.
  • Jungle Princess: Esmeralda.
  • Like Father, Like Son: All over the place, prominently gender inversions. Rainbow Dash's kids, Apple Bloom and Two Bit, Sweet Cider and Applejack, and many more.
  • A Minor Kidroduction: The pilot shows why Sterling came to Ponyville, met the new Mane 6, and how he and Trailblazer earned their cutie marks as foals.
  • My Sister Is Off-Limits!: Pound Cake, which leads to his rivalry toward Sterling.
  • Our Werebeasts Are Different: The first official episode introduces the werepony, a pony who shares his or her soul with a powerful demon that rises during a blue moon.
  • Parental Substitute: Twilight to Sterling.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Not just Zecora, but her adopted filly, Esmeralda, too.
  • Scary Shiny Glasses: Bright Eyes does this on occasion. In the pilot, filly Bright Eyes gets the colt Rosethorn to fly by staring at him this way.
  • Sibling Rivalry: Sterling and Gold, although Gold doesn't care very much.
  • Shout-Out: To Pokémon: "Being the very best like no pony ever was? That's my goal."
    • There's also the upcoming villainous duo "The Critter Getters" based off Jessie and James of Team Rocket.
  • Sick Episode: There's one upcoming with Sterling.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Skyrocket to Trailblazer.
    • Additionally, Lustar.
  • Suspiciously Similar Song: The song in Skyrocket's debut episode is to the tune of "Babs Seed".
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Trailblazer is practically a male Rainbow Dash.
    • Rosethorn's behavior is also very similar to Fluttershy.
    • Take away the whole "wings" obsession and gender invert him, and Sterling becomes Twilight. Lampshaded a few times when Twilight becomes nostalgic about his attitude.
    • Two Bit is very much like Apple Bloom.
  • Terrified of Germs: Rosethorn.
  • A Wild Rapper Appeared: "No Fillies Allowed" will include a rap scene.
  • Yandere: Skyrocket, again.
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