WARNING: Because this is a shared universe that could be added to by anypony, whatever is posted here is essentially a Schrödinger's Gun to use be it inside or outside of the cultivated Lunaverse. That being said, anything in here is to be treated as an unmarked spoiler unless explicitly Jossed, and even then is fair game for anyone to write about, so you have been warned.
- Her exposure to Twilight Sparkle of Celestia's World might do the exact opposite. The idea that someone would be so focused on trivia that she doesn't even see how unwieldy the government is might make her want to make the Mane Six's world into a copy of the Lunaverse.
- Jossed. The trip makes her surrender to legal authority and own up to her mistakes.
- Already happened. In fact, it's one of the main reasons Corona is convinced Luna is evil.
- In fact, the copy of Luna that did become the Nightmare was purified, creating the Lunaverse Cadence.
- This assumes that Twilight is completely insane. Like the rest of the Lunaverse versions of the Mane Six, her less palatable traits have been dialed up just a notch and her harmonic traits dialed an equivalent amount back. She's a sheltered, naive and mildly delusional workaholic on the run from having to serve out a few years of house arrest at her family's estate (as well as proving that Trixie is a fraud), not Starscream.
- When last seen, Twilight was trying to redeem herself by capturing Spike so the Shadowbolts can interrogate him. Not exactly the action someone who'd want to join Corona would take...especially since she's got like zero interest in the job offer Zecora made her.
- After the Crisis Crossover, she could sincerely believe that Celestia was betrayed by Luna and driven insane, and that 'redeeming' her is the only way to Set Right What Once Went Wrong.
- She's turned herself in, so this probably won't happen.
- Seriously, what is with the belief that Applebloom is Diamond Tiara 2.0? She hasn't at any point acted significantly out-of-character compared to her usual self. In Longest Night, she's antagonistic towards Trixie, who had been arguing with her sister. She was a sore winner, is all. Meanwhile, in Boast Busted, she's restricted to giving the evil eye to Carrot Top every now and then, which is certainly not out of line with how she acted in the episode Call of the Cutie. My point is that people seem to have blown a few lines wildly out of proportion.
- As of Carrot Top Season, Applejack seems a bit nicer and more rational at the end, at least to Carrot Top personally. Apple Bloom will probably also be a bit less mean, especially as she seems disillusioned with Applejack's relentless focus on growing the farms.
- Twilight has already started to do this. Her first recruit is Silverstar as the Element of Loyalty. The problem is that after the undisclosed atrocity that caught Twilight's attention, he's a bitter, apathetic shell of a pony.
- Seemingly jossed. After the fan backlash against the Night Court, RDD looks as though he's discouraging further stories in that setting...
Maybe it was an accident (Parasprites?) or one of Coronas plans but in the end Ponyville suffers from a food shortage. The other towns cant help them because of [insert cheap explanation here], so the town is on its own. Of course, AJ sees this as a way to show every pony that only the Apple Trust can deal with such a situation and tries to save the town all on her own. In the end
- she tries and fails but Ponyville is saved by Carrot Top and the other farmers. As result AJ suffers from a very serious breakdown.
- she realizes that she cant handle the situation on her own, jumps over her shadow and asks the other farmers for help. Together they save the town and AJ learns a valuable lesson.
- Carrot Top and the other farmers fail to save the town and its indeed AJ all alone who prevents them from starving. The least likely scenario, but it would show that AJ isnt totally in the wrong.
- Applejack uses Apple Trust resources to help the other farmers keep growing
- Somewhat Confirmed- in the season one finale, due to the damages incurred by the Ursa attack and "Foalish Misadventures," they are talking about food rationing.
Now that it's finally been played correctly, the other alicorn sister will hear it how it was supposed to sound. And she'll...
- Flip out?
- Be touched?
- Have a crack in her insanity?
- Resolve to kidnap Octy and force her to play it 'correctly', i.e. glorifying Corona?
- Luna is the artist of the two sisters. It's quite probable that all Corona will hear when listening to it is beautiful music without caring about the story it's trying to tell.
- Highly unlikely. Greengrass's faction includes an ardent patriot who wants to crush Corona and simply feels that Trixie won't be able to use the Elements to do that, an extremely greedy mare who wouldn't want Corona taking over because she might take her stuff, and Blueblood, whose only goal is to rise in Luna's Court to recover from his ancestor's fall.
- Alternately, Greengrass will be defeated but not imprisoned. Because of this, he'll allow himself to be Demoted to Dragon for Corona and help her attempts to take over. Possibly becoming The Starscream in the process.
- Well, he is defeated, although leaguing with Corona is still unlikely.
- Jossed by Word of God.
- Jossed. Whie both canon!Discord and Lunaverse!Discord are mentioned, neither make an appearance.
- Confirmed. She even has an ankle bracelet.
Oh wait, you are the author.
- Technically, the evil pony takes the form of an alicorn, but isn't one due to her very nature.
- Given that she's essentially the same pony as the Celestia we know after a mental breakdown, her remorse for what she did will make her very uncomfortable with the sort of pony who actually yearned for her return.
- Spec Ops is about a soldier coming into a previously-destroyed city and making everything worse. Carrot Top got into the city before it was destroyed, but Corona's stuck outside, as of this writing, and likely won't be able to get inside until the situation within deteriorates.
- Spec Ops is also about how doing bad things for good intentions doesn't work out, and that's pretty much Corona's MO.
- Somewhat confirmed- as of the season one finale, she and the other element bearers have become knights, official parts of the court.
- When did Twilight ever even mention the ice palace incident?
- Word of God has confirmed that we will never know beyond this: There was an ice palace, Lyra, Octavia, and Amethyst Star were there as well as Trixie, and there was a substantial amount of flooding.
- Seemingly Jossed; we've met Resplendent and he seems to be an Apple Trust executive, not a Courtier. In fact, he was unhappy that Applejack had apparently botched a meeting with a real courtier.
- One of the authors pointed out that the Apple Trust doesn't plan on becoming part of the Court any time soon. It's much easier and more profitable to own a courtier than to be one.
Sadly, she can't bring herself to say anything about it, too fearful of provoking her father or Dash. Because even if it's not purely friendship that keeps her there, she's happy having her around... and scared of what that might say about her. Does that make her selfish? A horrible pony...? What if finding that out makes Dash resent her?! She can't handle the thought of driving her away...!
- CELESTIA OF EQUESTRIA. YOUR HEART IS FULL OF RAGE. WELCOME TO THE RED LANTERN CORPS.
Zecora seems to be a loyal Dragon to Corona, but at the end of the day, Corona hasn't taken over Equestria, not even a little bit. Zecora's main actions have been to summon Corona from Canterlot to the Everfree Forest just in time to get struck by the Elements of Harmony - potentially an attempt to see if the Elements would purify her the way they did for Nightmare Moon in canon - and helping her escape Luna's attempt to imprison her again. Zecora doesn't actually want Corona to rule Equestria, she just wants to keep her alive and free for long enough to bring her back to sanity.
- Her bizarre abilities are well within the scope of chaos magic and have the right...feel for it. In addition, the Insane Troll Logic she often operates under could easily be explained if she's shunting the Chaos taint into her mind instead of her body (which also explains why she doesn't mutate when using her powers).
- In addition, she comes from a rock farming family way out in the boonies: exactly the sort of place a Discordian bloodline might have hidden itself generations ago.
- Raindrops is specifically mentioned as being a slow and clumsy flier, but contrariwise possesses more raw strength than many earth ponies. And her younger brother is a unicorn, so we already know there's been some level of cross-breeding in her family history.
- Possible evidence for this with Luna referencing Tirek, Grogar, and the Smooze, all in one breath, in An Early Reunion, a distant prequel to the rest of the Lunaverse.
- And now, Return to Tabelon features Grogar.