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Anticorns: A RebirthAnticorns: A Rebirth
Transforming Twilight Sparkle into an alicorn left many, many fans of MLP: FiM bitter and heart-broken. It left many angry. It gave rise to a great divide, wherein two camps rose to great prominence in the Brony Community: the Pro-Twilicorn Camp and the Anti-Twilicorn Camp. Chief among the latter is The Anticorn Group. Passionate and hurt, they fought against the company they felt so betrayed by and against the members of the other camp. They destroyed their image, mainly being seen as crazy fools who were too obsessed about a cartoon about horsies; a force for chaos instead of a force for order.
Obsession and frustration are the key problems with it. Many anti-twilicorns merely want a safe-haven where they can be free from persecution. They wish for a haven where they do not have to be alone in their dissatisfaction with FiM. The Anticorn Group seems like that sort of haven at first, and is at the lower levels. It is the upper echelon that has gorged too heartily
Ideas Are Magic: A Sister Series to FiMIdeas Are Magic: A Sister Series to FiM
It has been many months since I've written anything like this. I say it's been far too long. Though I love MLP:FiM, I've given up on it ever achieving the writing quality and soul of its first season ever again. I wish, then, to focus on one of the aspects of a proposal made back when BronyUnderground was still young: a sister series starring The Great and Powerful Trixie.
A decent number of the people I've talked to are opposed to the idea of a show following Trixie. It is quite understandable, given the perceived nature of the character and the very popular demand to see a series based on Celestia and Luna. Understandable as it may be, a Royal Sisters series can ultimately have no suspense because the audience knows that they will have made it out of every situation safely and soundly, that they may appear in FiM later; the audience knows that everything will work out. As interesting as it would be to see the princesses in the past, such a seri
Criticism is Magic: Princess Twilight SparkleCriticism is Magic: Princess Twilight Sparkle
It's been a long run, friends, and this is a sad conclusion to it. Behold! 'Tis my final review of MLP: FIM!
Visuals: The visuals are par for the course in some cases and amazing in others. The whole Nightmare Moon segment was a joy to watch, short as it was. The angles used, the magic used, and the overall destruction caused by it was stunning. The Tree of Harmony looked right at home in the series, though its appearance is very strange. Alicorn Twilight was hideous to watch in some cases. The way her wings bobbed around when she strolled along looked strange and evoked disgust. Her neck, also, was oversized in the scene where she and her friends were entering the Everfree Forest. It looked bad. The animators could stand to pay more attention to these things. The former is a matter of opinion, but the latter is inexcusable.
Music and Sound: Naught but par for the course, this music and sound. It was hardly memorable.
Voices: Twilight Spark
Criticism is Magic: The Crystal EmpireCriticism is Magic: The Crystal Empire
This is the beginning of the end, friends. After this, I'm only going to put up a review of the Season Four premiere. Reviewing episodes after that one will not happen. At any rate, let's get on with the show, shall we?
Visuals: Perhaps the best in the series. The setting, the magical effects, and the animation are superb. The animation is extremely fluid, the setting is bright and colorful or dark and horrifying, as the situation dictates, without being over-the-top, and the the colors do not outshine each other, instead blending harmoniously together. The visual execution was not flawless, but it came fairly close.
Music and Sound: The sound effects are standard fare; naught but par for the course. The music, however, was very memorable “The Ballad of the Crystal Empire” being a prime example. It is rare for a piece of music to make me shed a tear. “The Ballad of the Crystal Empire” did just that. It is apparent that a gr
A Week Of KissesA Week Of Kisses
The first day I told you I loved you,
I imagined kissing your shoulder,
Well before I thought about your lips.
Because I don’t know what I am doing, firstly,
But more importantly,
It’s because I know things can spiral quickly,
If things start shifting
After we lay down the concrete.
So I kiss the foundation,
Before we reach the soil.
The second day I told you I loved you,
I imagined kissing your elbow,
Because it holds together the touch
And the flex.
To exhibit it,
I must kiss the joint that bends
And combines us together.
The third day I told you I loved you,
I lay my lips to your temples,
As I learned about the temple of reform,
For the Youth in North America.
Kissing you there signifying I will protect you,
As well as your temple,
As we re-form, into something more.
The fourth day I told you I loved you,
I’d kiss you softly on your forehead.
Because that’s what holds your brillian
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