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Princess Twilight Part 2

Posted by Bambi , Nov 23 2013 · 111 views

ponies
Alright, let's do this!
 
"You must lower the moon" that makes it sound really cheesy 
 
They try too hard to make this show more "epic" or "awesome"
 
The old-fashioned elements :0
 
looooooooooool. Nightmare Moon never was a tough villain
 
Okay so wait. Applejack's original element was supposed to be reliability, but they changed that because it was something they didn't think kids would understand. So what's with the seeing-stuff-from-the-past-ness? Isn't that a little hard for kids who don't even know what reliability means?
 
KNEW IT! Ha! How many bronies weren't begging to see these moments?
 
Oh, what's this?
 
Ah, so something has happened to the three.
 
Wait, what about King Sombra's backstory?
 
Oooooooooooo, niiiiiiiiiice
 
Why would she fly away when she could just teleport?
 
No matter what she does, I can't stand Pinkie Pie
 
Oh my, I didn't know they could do that
 
Funky!
 
What's this?
 
Seeds of Discord, knew it
 
Sonic Magicboom thing?
 
Cool, she got a new crown 
 
Alright, that was MUCH better than the Crystal Empire ones. Those two were just awful. I think this was a goodish way to start the season. I guess the theme of this season is finding those six keys?

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Vorahk1Panrahk2
Nov 24 2013 12:15 AM
Okay so wait. Applejack's original element was supposed to be reliability, but they changed that because it was something they didn't think kids would understand. So what's with the seeing-stuff-from-the-past-ness? Isn't that a little hard for kids who don't even know what reliability means?

 

 

Wait... where was reliability mentioned in the episode and what does it have to do with the flashbacks? Did I miss something?

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Okay so wait. Applejack's original element was supposed to be reliability, but they changed that because it was something they didn't think kids would understand. So what's with the seeing-stuff-from-the-past-ness? Isn't that a little hard for kids who don't even know what reliability means?

 
Wait... where was reliability mentioned in the episode and what does it have to do with the flashbacks? Did I miss something?

What I mean was if reliability is too hard of a concept for kids to grasp, how is things like time travel or looking into the past not?
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Time travel and flashbacks are pretty concrete concepts, and easy enough to grasp. And they only rarely get focused on in episodes. I think the problem with reliability is that it's too abstract to be a core principle of the show; Applejack's moments of honesty are completely clear, whereas reliability is far more subjective.

 

Plus, for better or for worse, the show has changed since its original concept. The keys hint at a far more connected storyline this season, far from Lauren Faust's initial vision for episodes that can work in any order, and it's no surprise that Hasbro's concern over what concepts kids would be able to grasp has lessened now that the show has proven to resonate with audiences of all ages.

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