Jan 27, 2013

Alicorn Twilight is not a bad thing.



Watch as I defy life, the universe, and everything, to bring you this controversial opinion: ALICORN TWILIGHT IS NOT A BAD THING.

Also, read the video description for one point that I forgot to make during the filming of this.

6 comments:

  1. You... you... I can't stand to even look at you!

    I'm not going to go into a discussion here becasue I'm saving all my feelings for the season finale, but I will say alicorn Twilight is "the worst possible thing!"

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    1. That'd be funny if, after saving all of your rants for the finale review, it turns out that she doesn't become an Alicorn after all. XD

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    2. It would be a huge relief if she didn't.

      You seem to be sold on the idea of a movie coming out, but do you have any sources that there is a movie coming out and not just a dvd of some of the episodes? I really think if there was a movie in April, we'd have heard something concrete by now.

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    3. When a DVD collection is released, Top Draw Animation lists it as "5 x 22 min." ("5" being the number of episodes). This one was listed as "1 x 66 min."

      Regardless, Alicorn Twilight is confirmed now. I still say it's not a bad thing. I think I would have rather if they waited until the SERIES finale for it, but I trust that they can handle it okay.

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  2. I don't really know what to think about this whole idea. you did have a good point about cutie mark swapping and what could a result of it... on the other hand it has nothing to do with intentions of Luna and Celestia to bring Twilight to a higher level... if Twilight is the pony they were talking about (Could be Cadence and her taking over the Crystal Empire). Having only one episode for it also seems a little bit... weird. 22 minutes for Twilight to get the idea of a spell, make her mess, check whatever happened (and we know that swapping special talents is going to be hilarious, so there will be a lot of running around and watching other ponies fail), making up a way to fix it and turning into an alicorn leave a really little time for the actual consequences of such an enormous change. Unless Twilight is changed temporarily as a result of her misfired spell and she fixes it back and turns to normal, no long-lasting effects or consequences, no need for a long episode.
    As for the movie thing... nobody says a princess needs to be an alicorn. Blueblood is a prince, but he doesn't have wings. I won't even try to guess the plot here.
    We don't know anything about anything that's going to happen. And... little girls love princesses and it is still a show targeted (still) mostly for little girls. Will it change the dynamics of the show? Definitely yes. Will it destroy it? I don't think so. It will be, again, something different, which is a good thing. Why would we want more of the same? This way we have some ways to make it fresh.
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    Remember the alicorn amulet?
    And now Twilight is going to swap cutie marks of other ponies? Maybe she will also switch hers with some non-magical pony and won't be able to use her powerful magic.
    I'll leave you with this :P

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