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These villains appear in the My Little Pony series. The original show (despite people knowing it for its girly nature despite that not really being the case nor the aim of the writers) had some rather dark and menacing villains, such as Tirac, Grogar, and Lavan (and Tirac and Lavan were killed, thus making My Little Pony's first generation one of the very few TV cartoons in the 1980s to kill characters off). This stayed the same for the most part in the newer "Friendship Is Magic" canon, with villains like Nightmare Moon, Discord, Queen Chrysalis, King Sombra, Lord Tirek, and Cozy Glow.

Antagonists

My Little Pony 'n Friends

Name Species Gender Body color Hair color Year of toy/animation debut Special, Episode and Film debut Voiced by
Tirac Centaur Male Dark Gray None 1984 Rescue from Midnight Castle Victor Caroli
Tirac is a centaur with elements of a demon (mainly a Baphomet). He resides in the forbidden Midnight Castle alongside his minions and his loyal servant Scorpan, who he orders to kidnap the ponies of Dream Valley to execute his evil scheme. Tirac wields the Rainbow of Darkness, a powerful sack containing evil magic which corrupts everything it touches.It can even turn the ponies he captured into evil dragons which were used to pull his "Chariot of Darkness" and execute the event called the "Night that Never Ends", on which he will use the Rainbow of Darkness to corrupt Dream Valley and plunge it into chaos. When Tirac takes off in his Chariot of Darkness, Megan grabs the satchel containing the Rainbow of Darkness, but can't hold on to it. As he was about to release the Rainbow of Darkness, Megan opens the locket to reveal the Rainbow of Light. But it is only a small piece that is soon enveloped in darkness. But the Rainbow of Light starts fighting back, and eventually overpowers the Rainbow of Darkness. He was destroyed by the Rainbow of Light, freeing Scorpan from his spell and turning him back into his human form.
Scorpan Demon Gargoyle (Corrupted form)
Human (Purified form)
Male Ash Brown None 1984 Rescue from Midnight Castle Ron Taylor
Scorpan is a demon gargoyle (originally a human being). As Spike mentioned in the special, Scorpan was once a human prince before Tirac destroyed his kingdom and corrupted him using the Rainbow of Darkness, turning him into his demonic form. Despite his appearance, he shows sympathy to the ponies who were being turned into evil dragons. It was shown the reason why he helped Tirac kidnap ponies was because Tirac threatened to harm Spike if he didn't. During the finale of the special, he was turned back into his human form.
Katrina Humanoid Feline Witch Female Dark Brown Orange 1985 Escape from Katrina Tammy Grimes
Katrina is a Humanoid Feline Witch. Katrina herself is a powerful witch who is dependent upon the Witchweed potion, which is the source of her power. She holds the Bushwoolies her slaves and forces them to make the potion for her. After the Bushwoolies escape, she attempted on kidnapping the ponies to be her new slaves, but she is thwarted by the Rainbow of Light. She ends up kidnapping Baby Moondancer and the Rainbow of Light to force the ponies to be her new slaves. She was defeated by Rep and later redeemed herself of her bad ways by destroying the machine that produces the Witchweed Potion.
Rep Shape Shifting Lizard Male Brown None 1985 Escape from Katrina Paul Williams
Rep is a Shape Shifting Lizard and Katrina's assistant. He can turn himself into any form he wishes and even use it as a disguise to blend in. Unlike Katrina, he understands the Bushwoolies, who were being fed up with Katrina's orders and tries to convince them to stay. He later on helped Megan and the ponies defeat Katrina and later redeemed themselves in the end.
Hydia Witch Female None Gray 1986 My Little Pony: The Movie Cloris Leachman (movie)
Tress MacNeille (series)
Hydia a powerful witch. She lives in the Volcano of Gloom alongside her daughters Reeka and Draggle and despises anything that is nice, pretty and beautiful and instead wants to make everything gloomy and dreary to suit her taste on living. She unleashes the Smooze, unstoppable purple ooze that will eat and destroy everything in its path. Also is making anyone who is splashed by it grumpy and woeful. However, the Flutter Ponies defeat the Hydia, her daughters and the Smooze by sending them back to the Volcano of Gloom.

Later, Hydia decided to work with Queen Bumble to steal the Sunstone and use its power to direct the sun to allow plants and flowers to grow in Bumbleland, also slowly destroying Flutter Valley in the process. However, the ponies, humans, Spike, Bushwoolies, Furbobs and Stonebacks defeat her and her daughters again by sending them back to the Volcano of Gloom again.

Reeka Witch Female None Black 1986 My Little Pony: The Movie Rhea Perlman (movie)
Jennifer Darling (series)
Reeka is one of Hydia's two daughters. She is fatter and shorter than Draggle and only thinks of food rather than magic. She and Draggle help Hydia take over Ponyland but were defeated by the Flutter Ponies by being sent back to the Volcano of Gloom.

Later, she and Draggle helped Hydia and Queen Bumble in stealing the Sunstone and use its power to direct the sun to allow plants and flowers to grow in Bumbleland, also slowly destroying Flutter Valley in the process. However, the ponies, humans, Spike, Bushwoolies, Furbobs and Stonebacks defeat Hydia and her daughters again by sending them back to the Volcano of Gloom again.

Draggle Witch Female None Orange 1986 My Little Pony: The Movie Madeline Kahn (movie)
Jennifer Darling (series)
Draggle is one of Hydia's two daughters. She is slimmer and taller than Reeka and struggles to do magic, and is thus seen as an embarrassment to the family. She and Reeka help Hydia take over Ponyland but were defeated by the Flutter Ponies by being sent back to the Volcano of Gloom.

Later, she and Reeka helped Hydia and Queen Bumble in stealing the Sunstone and use its power to direct the sun to allow plants and flowers to grow in Bumbleland, also slowly destroying Flutter Valley in the process. However, the ponies, humans, Spike, Bushwoolies, Furbobs and Stonebacks defeat Hydia and her daughters again by sending them back to the Volcano of Gloom again.

Ahgg One-Eyed Spider Male Dark Grey None 1986 My Little Pony: The Movie Peter Cullen (movie)
Frank Welker (series)
Ahgg is a one-eyed giant pet spider to Hydia, Reeka and Draggle. He was sent by Hydia to prevent the Ponies and humans from reaching Flutter Valley. He had them trapped in a canyon but the tickle him him causing him to laugh which gives the ponies and humans time to climb up the cliff and escape.

Later, Ahgg helps Hydia, Reeka and Draggle take over Flutter Valley and captures the visiting ponies and Spike. He was then sent by Hydia to prevent the other ponies humans and their friends from bringing the Sun Stone back to Flutter Valley and making him not ticklish this time. However, Megan has the Stonebacks dig under him and it causes him to fall.

Queen Bumble Bee Female Yellow and Black Orange 1986 The End of Flutter Valley June Foray
Queen Bumble is the ruler of Bumbleland, a place located somewhere in Flutter Valley in which all the bees live after their exile. She usually has a cold personality and hated the Flutter Ponies for dumping her and her people in the freezing land and decided to work with Hydia to steal the Sunstone and use its power to direct the sun to allow plants and flowers to grow in Bumbleland, also slowly destroying Flutter Valley in the process. But she didn't know that the Sunstone can destroy her land due to too much heat, causing a fire that would burn everything in its path. In the end, she and the bees tried to reclaim the Sunstone from the Flutter Ponies, but Sting tries to stop Bumble. Rosedust intervenes and offers that if Bumble leaves the Flutter Ponies alone, she can come to Flutter Valley and take flowers anytime. She agrees, and Sting returns to Bumbleland with her and the other bees.
Squirk Octopus Male Red N/A 1986 The Ghost of Paradise Estate Frank Welker
Squirk is an evil tyrannical octopus who once ruled Ponyland when it was covered by water with his artifact, the Flash Stone until Pluma's grandfather stole it from him and threw one half of the magical jewel in the water and the other half on the land where Paradise Estate would reside. Many years later, Squirk returned, captured Pluma's grandfather and blackmailed her into helping him get the other half of the Flash Stone. After getting the other half, he started to flood the lands until the ponies and their allies destroyed the Flash Stone and Squirk was banished again.
Gock Monkey Male Brown Light Brown 1986 The Great Rainbow Caper Unknown
Gock along with Gluda are monkeys called The Gizmonks who are inventors of gizmos. They plan to steal the Rainbow of Light and capture Danny and Surprise for ransom. However, Danny and Surpise cause so much damage that the Gizmonks beg the ponies and humans to take Danny and Surpise back.
Gluda Monkey Female Brown Dark Brown 1986 The Great Rainbow Caper Unknown
Gluda along with Gock are monkeys called The Gizmonks who are inventors of gizmos. They plan to steal the Rainbow of Light and capture Danny and Surprise for ransom. However, Danny and Surpise cause so much damage that the Gizmonks beg the ponies and humans to take Danny and Surpise back.
Princess Porcina Pig Female Pink Amber 1986 The Glass Princess Jean Vander Pyl
Porcina is a pig princess that uses magic. She needs material to replace her magic cloak, which is all but worn out - she uses its magic to turn things into glass, as she's obsessed with her own reflection. The Raptorians work for her with the promise that they'll soon receive their own kingdom. Porcina deems the washing to be useless and tells the Raptorians to find something better. They capture Gusty, Heart Throb, and Lickety-Split in hope to use their hair to make her cloak. Porcina receives her new cloak, and happily turns the Paradise Estate and every other non-living thing in Ponyland to glass, much to the Little Ponies' horror. The chief Raptorian praises her efforts, but suggests that it might be even better if every creature in Ponyland also bore her reflection. She agrees, and casts a second spell, turning every Little Pony in the Paradise Estate to glass. Shady, Molly, Megan, North Star, Paradise, Magic Star, and the Bushwoolies made a fake cloak in hopes of pulling off a switch with the real one only for the Raptorians to catch onto them. Porcina starts the spell to turn the Ponies into glass, but confronting them face to face makes her realize she has no right. The chief Raptorian snatches her cloak and tries the spell himself, but finds he's holding the fake. A tug-of-war ensues over the real cloak, and it tears in half, releasing a bolt of energy that hits the Raptorians and turns them all into glass. Regretting her selfish actions, Porcina uses the remains of the cloak to restore the Little Ponies and everything else in Ponyland. The Bushwoolies destroy the cloak, then offer to take Porcina on as their groomer, and she agrees.
Raptorians Raptorians Male Red (Shrock)
Orange (long-eared raptorian)
Yellow (sheepdog raptorian)
Red (Shrock)
Brown pigtails (long-eared raptorian)
Blonde (sheepdog raptorian)
1986 The Glass Princess Cam Clarke
Charlie Adler
Townsend Coleman
The Raptorians are creatures with wolflike heads and birdlike bodies. They are showing an unusual interest in a washing line, using a magic mirror to show it to their mistress, a magic pig named Porcina. The Raptorians work for her with the promise that they'll soon receive their own kingdom. They capture Gusty, Lickety-Split, and Heart Throb in hopes to make a new cloak from their hair. The Raptorians leave the Ponies almost bald, but their hair instantly grows back to its original length. Delighted, the Raptorians set the Ponies to work weaving their own hair into a new cloak for Porcina. After Porcina turns Ponyland into glass, the Raptorians are delighted that they won't have to put up with her any longer. They later caught Megan and the ponies trying to switch cloaks. Porcina starts the spell to turn the Ponies into glass, but confronting them face to face makes her realize she has no right. The chief Raptorian snatches her cloak and tries the spell himself, but finds he's holding the fake. A tug-of-war ensues over the real cloak, and it tears in half, releasing a bolt of energy that hits the Raptorians and turns them all into glass.
Erebus Cloud Demon Male Gray N/A 1986 Bright Lights Walker Boone
Jim Cummings
Erebus is a malevolent Cloud Demon whose intention is to devour everyone's shadows to give him strength. He met Knight Shade in the village Grayvale one day, and promised he will boost his career and make him a star. ErEbus indeed drew almost the entire village to Knight Shade's next concert, stealing all their shadows, including that of Knight Shade's mother, and used them to turn himself into a powerful cloud of magic. Since then, Knight Shade has toured to increasing success, stealing ever more shadows for Erebus, hoping to keep his own shadow long enough to figure out a way to stop Erebus. While hunting for shadows, Erebus calls to Megan to come out of hiding, and she steps up, announcing that she has a surprise for him. A vast army of Flutter Ponies, brought by Molly and Lofty, fills the skies, circling Erebus and blasting him with their Utter Flutter. Unable to withstand the onslaught, Erebus grows smaller and smaller, and the shadows he contains fly out, seeking their original owners, both he and Zeb were placed in prison.
Zeb Zebra Male Black and White N/A 1986 Bright Lights Tony Rosato
Zeb is a greedy zebra and the manager of Knight Shade, who is working with Erebus, he employs giant rats to do his dirty work. He usually collect shadows using a strange machine and collects them in his satchel. The Flutter Ponies help the Little Ponies by getting Erebus to chase them, overexerting himself until he used up all his energy. As Zeb tries to recapture the shadows, an army of Greyvaleans surrounds him, placing him in shackles.
Grogar Ram Male Ash Gray N/A 1986 The Return of Tambelon Michael Bell
Grogar is an evil ram and the leader of Tambelon, who once ruled Ponyland with an iron fist 500 years ago before he was defeated when the ancient bell was rung, banishing him and the city to the Shadow World. He then returned to Ponyland 500 years later, capturing all the Unicorn Ponies one by one and plans to capture everyone in Dream Valley to be banished to the Shadow World. He has a cold and antagonistic personality, always scolding Bray for his mistakes and sometimes abuses the Troggles so they can follow his orders and do what he wants. Grogar's powers comes from the bells on his neck, and he has superior magic skills even far beyond any Unicorn Pony ever existed. Grogar was defeated again by Megan after she rang the ancient bell for the second time, banishing him and the whole city back to the Shadow World.
Bray Donkey Male Brown N/A 1986 The Return of Tambelon Frank Welker
Bray is a sneering donkey-like creature, who first appeared delivering the unicorns their disgusting meal and then reports to Grogar, the Ruler of Tambelon Megan has seen in her dreams. He is always loyal to Grogar but sometimes getting scolded by him when he makes mistakes.
The Flores Flower Creatures Male
Female
Light/Dark Green Different Colors 1986 Fugitive Flowers Tress MacNeille
Frank Welker
Unknown Voice Actors/Actresses
The Flores are flower criminals who pretend to be harmless and beautiful trick Posey into taking them into her garden and trick the ponies and humans into thinking that the Crabnasties are bad. They devour all the nutrients in the soil to become big and powerful. The ponies and humans realize their mistake and they along with the Crabnasties defeat the Flores and send them to prison.
Lavan Lava Demon Male Red (Lava form)
White and Blue (Crystal form)
None 1987 The Quest of the Princess Ponies James Earl Jones
Lavan is a malevolent lava demon who kidnaps the Princess Ponies and steal their magic wands since they contain all the magic in ponyland. He uses them to transform himself into an all-powerful crystal being but then was eventually destroyed by the Princess Ponies who used their magic through working together.
Dragon Gang Dragons Male Green None 1987 Spike's Search Unknown
The Dragon Gang are three unnamed dragons who appeared as the main antagonists of "Spike's Search" - an episode from the original My Little Pony series.

Spike, being a baby dragon, was becoming worried with his inability to control his fire-breath so set out to find a dragon to teach him how to control his powers - unfortunately he came across a gang of particularly brutish dragons, complete with a leader who fancied himself a king (wearing a crown).

The Dragon Gang were rude and unwelcoming to Spike but their leader decided to allow Spike to come with them to see what being a dragon was about - however to Spike's dismay the Dragon Gang raided a nearby village, terrorizing the villagers and stealing their food.

The Dragon Gang proceeded to leave the still burning village and laughed despite Spike saying what they were doing was wrong - Spike suggested that the Dragon Gang be more like the Little Ponies, which sparked the Dragon Gang's interest and they had Spike take them to the Little Ponies: though they were secretly planning on robbing the Ponies and were simply using Spike.

However the Ponies were aware of what was happening and arranged a feast for the Dragon Gang, who greedily took the food and began to bully the Ponies - causing Spike to stand up to them: yet they refused to leave and so the Ponies let loose a trap they had set specifically for the troublesome dragons.

Using a nearby waterfall they drenched the dragons, who hated being wet and fled the scene complaining that they were only "having fun".

Spike decides he is better off without the Dragon Gang and says he wanted to learn how to be a dragon and not a bully.

Somnambula Human Witch Female None Black (young form)
Grey (old form)
1987 Somnambula Unknown
Somnambula is a witch whose powers are stronger when she is younger. She has a canary named Kyrie whom she holds prisoner. She makes Kyrie sing to attract the ponies in a trance. As soon as Somnambula was younger she creates a magical circus and leads the ponies to it. She takes away the youth of the earth and pegasus ponies to make her younger and the youth of the unicorn ponies to make her powers stronger and stores them in a crystal. She also created illusions of the Big Brother Ponies' fantasies to keep them distracted. Kyrie aids the Baby Ponies and Spike in rescuing the other ponies. Seeing Buttons in agony, Slugger destroys the crystal causing Somnambula to rapidly age back to an old woman. The circus disappears and the ponies regain their youth.

G1 My Little Pony Comics

Name Species Gender Body color Hair color Eye color Debut year Comic debut
The Ice-Cream Witch Witch Female Pink None None 1986 Sweetie and The Wrong Recipe
The Ice-Cream Witch is the Ruler of the Ice-Cream Land who capture the Goblins making they to work with Ice Cream when the ponies enter to the Ice Cream Land she took them and making they to work but Sweetie use a magic spell making her, her friends and the globins escape.
Jewel Wizard Human Male None None White 1987 Applejack's Amazing Adventure
The Jewel Wizard is a Wizard who capture two ponies and Applejack to get gems for him but Applejack escapes and charges into his throne and breaks into a million pieces, making the wizard fall into a deep hole.
The Red Cloud Cloud N/A Red None Red 1986 Ponyland in Danger
The Red Cloud is a cloud monster who came to Ponyland to claim Ponyland if he found something red but luckily the ponies and Spike hid everything red and the Red Cloud disappeared.
The Sea Monsters Sea Monsters N/A Green N/A None 1986 Where is Seaspray?
The Sea Monsters are horrible monsters that live in the sea. They capture Seaspray and one disguised as Mr. Dolphin and try to capture Surfdancer and Wawebreaker, but their plans was spoiled by the sea ponies.
Wizard Wantall Human Male None Brown None 1986 Where is The Waterfall??
Wizard Wantall is a Wizard who tried to take the rainbow and the waterfall of Ponyland but Bow Tie and Medley foil his plan and tied him with the rainbow.

Friendship is Magic

Name Species Gender Body color Hair or mane color Eye color Special, Episode and Film debut Voiced by
Nightmare Moon Alicorn Female Dark Navy Blue Blue Aqua Friendship is Magic Tabitha St. Germain
Nightmare Moon is the corrupted form of Princess Luna. Over time of raising and setting the moon, Luna became convinced that while the ponies all loved her sister Celestia, they sleep through her night and ignore her. Jealous of her sister, she caused a solar eclipse which transformed her into Nightmare Moon. Celestia then reluctantly harnessed the power of the Elements of Harmony and banished her to the moon, taking responsibility for both sun and moon and maintaining harmony in Equestria.

In the season one premiere, "Friendship is Magic", Nightmare Moon escapes a thousand years later and attempts to take over Equestria. Twilight Sparkle and her new friends eventually manage to defeat Nightmare Moon by finding and using the Elements of Harmony against her. After being restored to her original form and sharing a tearful reunion with Celestia, Luna returns to ruling alongside her once more.

Nightmare Moon appears in nightmares and flashbacks onwards.

In the official IDW comic series, Nightmare Moon is shown to be a symbiotic force that convinced Luna to turn against her sister, feeding off of her insecurities to take control of her mind and body. She is also revealed to be capable of corrupting other beings into serving her, which she did so with the Nyx, creatures who inhabit the moon and create dreams for ponies. After Luna was freed by the Elements of Harmony, Nightmare Moon survived and hatched a plot to take control of one of the Element bearers, rendering the other Elements of Harmony useless against her. She ultimately ends up possessing Rarity when the Nightmare Forces convince her that her friends will eventually abandon her. Dubbed Nightmare Rarity, she leads an assault on Ponyville, but is ultimately defeated when the other Element bearers use memories of Rarity to free her from Nightmare Moon's control, with some added help from Celestia and Luna. Her status after Rarity was freed is unknown.

Discord Draconequus Male Multicolor (true form)
Blue (as Grogar)
White eyebrows and facial hair/black mane (true form)
White (as Grogar)
Yellow with red pupils (both in his true form and as Grogar) The Return of Harmony (true form)
The Beginning of the End (as Grogar)
John de Lancie (true form)
Doc Harris (as Grogar)
According to Princess Celestia, Discord is the ancient spirit of chaos who, before the reign of Celestia and Luna, ruled the land of Equestria, making the lives of unicorns, pegasi, and earth ponies miserable. In a battle over 1000 years ago, before Nightmare Moon was banished to the moon, the sisters wielded the Elements of Harmony and turned Discord into a stone statue.

In the season two premiere, "The Return of Harmony", Discord's statue is on display in the gardens around the royal palace, until the inharmonious aura caused by the quarrels of the Cutie Mark Crusaders give him enough strength to break free of his prison. He lures the Mane 6 into a maze and is able to make them abandon the qualities that make them bearers of the Elements. The result ends pitting them against one another, rendering the Elements of Harmony useless. However, despite his efforts, Twilight manages to restore all of her friend's true elements and they face Discord using the Elements of Harmony, defeating him by sealing him back to his original stone form, albeit this time with a look of horror frozen on his face.

He reappears in the season three episode "Keep Calm and Flutter On" when Celestia gives the girls the task to reform Discord. Fluttershy is eventually able to do so, becoming his first friend and showing him how important friendship is to him.

In the two-part season four premiere, "Princess Twilight Sparkle", Discord is revealed to have planted powerful plants known as Plunderseeds in an attempt to destroy the Tree of Harmony, from which the Elements originated. After the Mane 6 destroy them by returning the Elements to the tree, Discord admits that he didn't tell this to Twilight because he wanted her to learn that even though she is now an alicorn princess, her friendship with the others will not change. Later in "Three's A Crowd", he tests Twilight to see if she really cares for him by tricking her and Princess Cadance into finding a plant that will cure him of a disease he made up.

In the season four finale, "Twilight's Kingdom" Discord is tasked by Celestia with finding and capturing Lord Tirek. However, Tirek tricks him into betraying his friends, giving him a necklace as a token of gratitude and loyalty. After he captures the non-princess ponies for Tirek, he double-crosses Discord by stealing his powers and admits that the necklace has no meaning to him, for it was given to him by his traitorous brother, Scorpan. After a fight between Twilight and Tirek that results in a draw, Tirek trades all of Twilight's magic for her friends and Discord. Discord admits that he now understands the true meaning of friendship and gives Twilight the necklace. The necklace turns out to be the sixth and final key needed to access the chest at the Tree of Harmony. The Mane 6 take it as Tirek starts going on a mindless rampage and they use the newly unlocked Rainbow Power to transport Tirek back to his imprisonment and save Equestria.

Discord appears in later episodes as a reluctant ally of the Mane Six, occasionally causing mischief while struggling to become a better friend to them.

In season nine, he helps Twilight track down and defeat Queen Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow by disguising himself as Grogar, a blue ram who ruled Equestria several millennia ago until he was defeated by Gusty the Great. He then tricks the three villains into forming an alliance with each other so the Mane Six can defeat them and Twilight would have the confidence needed to succeed Celestia and Luna as ruler of Equestria.

Queen Chrysalis Changeling Female Black Dark Green Teal A Canterlot Wedding Kathleen Barr
Queen Chrysalis is the queen of the changelings, a race of shapeshifting pony-like insects that feed off of love. In the season two finale, "A Canterlot Wedding", she takes the form of Princess Cadance so that she could feed off of Shining Armor's love, whom she plans to keep for herself so she and her subjects have a constant food supply and power. With that, they can conquer Canterlot and assume control over Equestria. Twilight Sparkle had seen all the signs throughout the organizing of the wedding, but was dismissed as being too possessive of her brother. To prevent Twilight's further interference, and the threat of the Elements of Harmony being used against her, Chrysalis forcibly teleports Twilight to the forgotten diamond caves under Canterlot. However, the Queen makes a disastrous error taunting Twilight in an attempt to anger her to the point where she would kill Princess Cadance, who is also being held in the mines. Instead, the prisoners recognized each other and escaped the mines to expose the Queen at the wedding ceremony. Even though Chrysalis had gained enough power to enable her species to invade Canterlot while she personally struck down Celestia, she had not counted on Twilight enabling Cadance to free her fiancé and using their combined power to cast the changelings out of Equestria.

In the season six finale, "To Where and Back Again", as an act of revenge against Twilight, whom she holds responsible for her defeat, she launches a mass invasion on Equestria, replacing the Mane 6, Spike, the Princesses, Shining Armor, and Flurry Heart with changelings. However, she is ultimately defeated and dethroned as the changeling's ruler by Thorax, a benevolent changeling who, along with Starlight Glimmer, convinces the changelings to share love rather than steal it. Starlight offers Chrysalis a chance for redemption, but she rejects it and flees, vowing revenge on Starlight.

In the season eight episode, "The Mean 6", Chrysalis creates clones of the Mane Six to take control of the Elements of Harmony but the clones betray her before they are destroyed by the Tree of Harmony and Chrysalis escapes again.

In season nine, Chrysalis is summoned by Grogar (Discord in disguise) who tricks her into joining his team of villains, bent on conquering Equestria and defeating the Mane Six. Chrysalis initially has issues working with Cozy Glow and Tirek, but she later learns to cooperate with them in order to finally conquer Equestria, steal magic, and defeat her enemies once and for all. Chrysalis and her cohorts are sent to retrieve an ancient artifact known as the Bewitching Bell that once belonged to the real Grogar, and they use it in their scheme to gain its magic and betray Grogar, which also exposes him as Discord. Chrysalis and her cohorts are briefly victorious when they defeat the Mane Six and their allies and imprison them while Twilight Sparkle escapes. However, after the rest of the Mane Six escape and the windigos appear as a result of their evil scheme to create distrust among ponies, Chrysalis and the other villains face off against the Mane Six and their army of allies in a grand battle. Chrysalis and her cohorts are defeated and de-powered back to her normal form. As punishment for their crimes, Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow are imprisoned in stone by the combined magic of Discord, Celestia, and Luna.

In the official IDW comic series, Chrysalis is a recurring villain who again seeks revenge on Twilight for defeating her.

King Sombra Unicorn Male Grey Black Scarlet and green The Crystal Empire Jim Miller (The Crystal Empire)
Alvin Sanders (The Beginning of the End)
King Sombra is a unicorn described by Princess Celestia as having "a heart as black as night". Prior to Nightmare Moon's banishment, he took over the Crystal Empire and enslaved the native Crystal Ponies before being overthrown by the Royal Sisters, who imprisoned him in the Frozen North just beyond the Empire. However, Sombra managed to curse the Empire, causing it to disappear upon his defeat.

In the season three premiere, "The Crystal Empire", he and the Crystal Empire return one thousand years later, and Twilight Sparkle and Spike search for the Crystal Heart, the only thing capable of defeating him. Due to a trap at the top of the Crystal Castle, Sombra manages to capture Twilight, but Spike is able to take the Crystal Heart to Cadance. Cadance flies Spike and the Crystal Heart down to the Crystal Ponies, who are able to power up the heart and defeat Sombra with a blast of light which causes him to shatter into several pieces.

In the season nine premiere, "The Beginning of the End", he is resurrected by Grogar (Discord in disguise), who tries to persuade him into working together with Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow to defeat the Mane 6 and take over Equestria. Sombra refuses, preferring to take over Equestria himself, proving to be pompous and arrogant. He takes over the Crystal Empire and is seemingly destroyed by the Elements of Harmony, but this turns out to be a trick so they'll lead him to the Tree of Harmony, which he destroys. Sombra proceeds to take over Ponyville, brainwashing the ponies to attack Canterlot. After Sombra "injures" Discord while attacking Fluttershy, the Mane 6 discover they have the power to defeat Sombra themselves, and destroy him with a magic explosion powered by their friendship. Grogar does not revive him again, using him as a warning to secure Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow's loyalty.

In the official IDW comic series, Sombra was revealed to be a shadow pony (or umbrum), created to free an army of shadow ponies imprisoned below the Crystal Empire. Born with no knowledge of his true purpose, Sombra was taken in by the Crystal Ponies, but was ridiculed by his classmates for his strangeness. The only friend he had among them was a fellow unicorn named Radiant Hope, who gained powerful healing magic as she got older. Fearing that Hope would abandon him upon learning that she was invited to study under Celestia and Luna, Sombra ran off into the Frozen North in fear and discovered a red crystal claiming to be his mother. Learning of his true heritage and mission (to destroy the Crystal Heart), Sombra enslaved the Empire after turning its original ruler, Princess Amore, into a black crystal statue that he broke into several pieces and scattered around the world. Radiant Hope informed the Royal Sisters of what had happened, sealing Sombra's fate. In the present day, Sombra is revealed to have survived his defeat and Radiant Hope leads an attack on the Crystal Empire during which she restores Sombra to his physical form. He quickly manages to defeat the Mane 6 after rallying Queen Chrysalis, the Changelings, Iron Will, the Flim-Flam Brothers, and Lightning Dust under him. Celestia and Luna try to stop him, but interference from Hope allows Sombra to turn them both to stone. He then retires to his private study to rest. Meanwhile, Hope takes Cadence to the umbrum's home where they learn of the umbrum's true nature and are forced to escape, ending up in Sombra's study, where the Mane 6, Spike, and Shining Armor arrive after being freed from imprisonment. After Hope takes a blast from Twilight meant for him, Sombra unleashes the umbrum on the assembled ponies. Sombra successfully retakes the empire, but Hope resents him for his decisions and informs him that she gave up her future as a princess to try and save him from his fate. When the Mane 6 return to the Empire with reinforcements to free Twilight, Shining, and the other princesses, Sombra has a change of heart and uses the Crystal Heart to banish the umbrum back to their prison. As Sombra is about to be killed by the Crystal Heart's energies, Hope uses her magic to hold his physical form together and the princesses turn him into a real unicorn as a sign of forgiveness. Sombra and Hope then leave to find the pieces of Princess Amore's statue and eventually restore her.

Lord Tirek Centaur Male Red and Gray Black Red Twilight's Kingdom Mark Acheson
Lord Tirek is a tyrannical magic-stealing centaur who came with his brother, Scorpan, to steal Equestria's magic. However, Scorpan came to appreciate the ways of Equestria and urged his brother to abandon their plans but when Tirek refused, Scorpan alerted the princesses of Tirek's plan. Tirek was then sent to Tartarus for his crimes while Scorpan left to return to their home land.

In the season four finale, "Twilight's Kingdom", it is revealed that Tirek managed to escape Tartarus and he is able to convince Discord to join forces with him and steals magic from the ponies of Equestria, growing progressively larger and more powerful with each attack, but later double-crosses Discord and steals his magic. Soon, Tirek finds Twilight, and after a long fight that results in a draw, he trades Twilight's friends in exchange for her magic. He is later defeated by Twilight and her friends and imprisoned back in Tartarus.

In the season eight finale, "School Raze", Lord Tirek conspires with Cozy Glow all for the sake of revenge against the Mane Six, trapping them in Tartarus alongside him. But after suffering from Pinkie Pie's antics, Tirek reluctantly helps them escape and Cozy Glow is defeated, imprisoned in Tartarus alongside the evil centaur.

In season nine, Cozy Glow and Tirek are freed by Grogar (Discord in disgusie) who tricks them into joining his team of villains, bent on conquering Equestria and defeating the Mane Six. Tirek initially has issues working with Cozy Glow and Chrysalis, but he later learns to cooperate with them in order to finally conquer Equestria, steal magic, and defeat his enemies once and for all. Tirek and his cohorts are sent to retrieve an ancient artifact known as the Bewitching Bell that once belonged to the real Grogar, and they use it in their scheme to gain its magic and betray Grogar, which also exposes him as Discord. Tirek and his cohorts are briefly victorious when they defeat the Mane Six and their allies and imprison them while Twilight Sparkle escapes. However, after the rest of the Mane Six escaped and the windigos appear as a result of their evil scheme to create distrust among ponies, Tirek and the other villains face off against the Mane Six and their army of allies in a grand battle. Tirek and his cohorts are defeated and de-powered back to his weakest form. As punishment for their crimes, Tirek, Chrysalis, and Cozy Glow are imprisoned in stone by the combined magic of Discord, Celestia, and Luna.

In the IDW comics, a younger Tirek appears in FIENDship is Magic #2, where he had a poor relationship with his own family and is trained to steal magic by his mentor, Sendak the Elder.

Starlight Glimmer Unicorn Female Light purple Dark purple with normal purple and turquoise streaks Blue The Cutie Map Kelly Sheridan
Starlight Glimmer, first appearing the season five premiere "The Cutie Map", is initially the leader of a town where everyone has given up their Cutie Marks. She is able to remove Cutie Marks using an artifact called the "Staff of Sameness" and store them in a hidden vault. She is later revealed to have been hiding her own Cutie Mark and using the Staff of Sameness as a front to hide her powerful magic. Afterwards, the townsfolk and Mane 6 reclaim their Cutie Marks and Starlight disappears. She believes the only way to achieve true friendship is for everyone to be equal, believing that having individual talents will lead to others bragging that they are better than others. In the season five finale "The Cutie Re-Mark", it is revealed that her beliefs stem from being abandoned by her childhood friend Sunburst after he received his cutie mark. Perfecting a spell originally created by Star Swirl, she travels back in time to stop Rainbow Dash from performing the Sonic Rainboom, causing several alternate futures when Twilight and Spike attempt to stop her. Twilight ultimately convinces Starlight to put aside her agenda and learn about friendship in Ponyville. She appears as a recurring character in season six onwards.
Stygian Unicorn Male Medium grey Moderate cerulean with arctic blue streaks Brilliant azure Shadow Play Bill Newton
Stygian, also known as the Pony of Shadows, is an astronomer and the founder of the pillars, who brought them together to save his home and Equestria. After the rescue, Stygian sought to join the Pillars in battle and attempted to make copies of their signature artifacts. However, the Pillars believed he was out to steal their powers and cast him out. He was then transformed into a monstrous pony made entirely of shadows and had desires to cover the entirety of Equestria. He was banished alongside the Pillars to limbo for over a thousand years. Weak after being in limbo, the Pony of Shadows retreats to the darkest corners of Equestria to regain his strength. In the end, the Mane Six and the Pillars help free Stygian from the darkness after they learn that he was only trying to use their artifacts to become their equal, and it is banished back to limbo while Stygian forgives the Pillars for their mistake.
The Storm King Unknown Male Gray White Blue My Little Pony: The Movie Liev Schreiber
The Storm King is a fearsome satyr-like tyrant who has conquered half the world with the help of his army of yeti-like Storm Creatures. He launches an invasion in Equestria led by his second-in-command Tempest Shadow, and succeeds in absorbing the magic of all four alicorns into his mystical Staff of Sacanas, betraying Tempest when she is no longer of use to him. He creates a powerful tornado to destroy Canterlot, but Twilight manages to take the staff from him and disperse the storm. The Storm King throws an Obsidian Orb at the Mane 6 in an attempt to turn them to stone, but Tempest jumps in front of them, turning both her and the Storm King to stone and sending the Storm King falling off the castle balcony, shattering to pieces.
Tempest Shadow Unicorn Female Dark purple Dark red Turquoise My Little Pony: The Movie Emily Blunt
Commander Tempest Shadow is a broken-horned purple unicorn and lieutenant to the Storm King. She joined the Storm King in hopes that he could restore her damaged horn (which was broken by an Ursa Minor when she was a filly, leaving her magic dangerously unstable). She spends much of the film chasing after the Mane 6, eventually capturing Twilight so the Storm King can absorb her magic. The Storm King reveals he was only using Tempest and tries to destroy her, but Twilight saves her, leading to her redemption. She nearly sacrifices herself to defeat the Storm King, but is saved by Twilight. At the Friendship Festival, she uses her magic to create fireworks, and reveals her real name is Fizzlepop Berrytwist.

In the season nine finale, "The Ending of the End", she along with the Mane Six's allies face off against Chrysalis, Tirek and Cozy Glow and defeat them and then in the episode, "The Last Problem", she attends Twilight's coronation.

Grubber Hedgehog Male Dark grey White Turquoise My Little Pony: The Movie Michael Peña
Grubber is a pug-faced hedgehog who serves as an assistant to both the Storm King and Tempest Shadow in the 2017 film. Despite his small stature, he hails from a tribe of hardened warriors and earned his place in the Storm King's employ due to his wisecracking and cunning.
Chancellor Neighsay Unicorn Male Light azureish gray Dark grayish azure Moderate turquoise School Daze Maurice LaMarche
Chancellor Neighsay is the head of the Equestrian Educational Association (EEA) who first appears in the season eight premiere "School Daze." Displaying a strict regard for rules and regulations and a prejudice against non-ponies, he was appalled upon learning that Twilight Sparkle had invited several of them to attend her School of Friendship. He withdrew EEA approval from the school and sealed it off, offending several non-pony leaders in the process. After Twilight broke the seal, intending to run the school under her own rules, Neighsay appeared and opposed her. However, he was overruled, and departed with a dire warning of what he believed these events would allow.

In "Friendship University", he gives credit to the Flim Flam Brothers' school due to it being a pony only environment. However, Twilight and Rarity exposed the brothers' scam and the school is shut down

In the season eight finale, "School Raze", he takes control of the School of Friendship and accuses the Young Six of being the ones draining Equestria of its magic. However, Cozy Glow causes a school uprising against him and takes back control of the School of Friendship. He is later freed by the Young Six and leaves for Canterlot to warn the princesses of Cozy Glow's plans. He later apologizes to Twilight and the Young Six after realizing how wrong he was about non-ponies.

In the season nine finale, "The Ending of the End", he along with the Mane Six's allies face off against Chrysalis, Tirek and Cozy Glow and defeat them.

Cozy Glow Pegasus
Alicorn (temporarily)
Female Pink Pale, light grayish arctic blue and light arctic bluish gray Moderate scarlet Marks For Effort Sunni Westbrook
Cozy Glow is a small pink pegasus and former student of the School of Friendship. Her Cutie Mark is reddish rook from the game Chess suggesting correctly about her high intellect despite her age.

In season eight, she was a student of the School of Friendship until the season eight finale, "School Raze", she attempts to take all of Equestria's magic and become the Empress of Friendship. When Chancellor Neighsay takes control of the school, Cozy Glow usurps it back by causing a school uprising against him. However, the Young Six along with the Tree of Harmony foil Cozy Glow's plot and the magic is returned to Equestria. Cozy Glow is sent to Tartarus for her crimes next to Tirek who helped her steal the magic in the first place.

In season nine, Cozy Glow and Tirek are freed by Grogar (Discord in disguise) who tricks them into joining his team of villains, bent on conquering Equestria and defeating the Mane Six. Cozy Glow initially has issues working with Tirek and Chrysalis, but she later learns to cooperate with them in order to finally conquer Equestria, steal magic, and defeat her enemies once and for all. Cozy Glow and her cohorts are sent to retrieve an ancient artifact known as the Bewitching Bell that once belonged to the real Grogar, and they use it in their scheme to gain its magic and betray Grogar, which also exposes him as Discord. Cozy Glow and her cohorts are briefly victorious when they defeat the Mane Six and their allies and imprison them while Twilight Sparkle escapes. However, after the rest of the Mane Six escape and the windigos appear as a result of their evil scheme to create distrust among ponies, Cozy Glow and the other villains face off against the Mane Six and their army of allies in a grand battle. Cozy Glow and her cohorts are defeated and de-powered back to her normal form. As punishment for their crimes, Cozy Glow, Tirek, and Chrysalis are imprisoned in stone by the combined magic of Discord, Celestia, and Luna.

Grogar Ram Male Blue White Red The Beginning of the End (Discord's disguise) Doc Harris
Grogar is a blue ram sorcerer who once ruled the land that would become Equestria with an iron fist several millennia ago as its emperor back when it was only a mere collection of farms and pastures. He became known as the "Father of Monsters" after he created the foulest of creatures and allowed them to terrorize the ponies. He also wielded an ancient artifact known as the Bewitching Bell to make himself stronger. He was then confronted by Gusty the Great and her unicorn warriors and after battling them, Gusty stole Grogar's Bewitching Bell and banished him.

In season nine, Discord disguises himself as Grogar to trick Queen Chrysalis, Lord Tirek, and Cozy Glow into forming an alliance with each other in an effort to prepare Twilight as the new ruler of Equestria, but this ends up backfiring when the villains retrieve the real Grogar's Bewitching Bell and steal Discord's magic which also exposes him of his Grogar disguise.

Equestria Girls

Name Species Gender Body color Hair or mane color Eye color Special, Episode and Film debut Voiced by
Sunset Shimmer

(Former)

Unicorn Female Yellow Red and Yellow Teal My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Rebecca Shoichet
Sunset Shimmer is Princess Celestia's former student who went rogue after not getting what she desired as quickly as she wanted, causing her to abandon her studies and go her own path in the human world. There, she drove the Mane 6's counterparts apart and quickly becomes known as the school bully. However, when Twilight Sparkle is able to become the princess of the Fall Formal, Sunset Shimmer kidnaps Spike and wants to have Twilight's crown in exchange for the portal back to Equestria. Twilight denies the offer which sparks a fight. Sunset Shimmer is able to get Twilight's crown and transforms herself into a powerful demon. However, Twilight is able to evoke the powers of the Elements of Harmony when her friends move to protect her from Sunset Shimmer's attack. She is then defeated by the Mane 6 and reverted into her human form.

In the sequel Rainbow Rocks, Sunset has reformed from her past ways and is trying to make amends for all that she's done. However, the Mane 6's human counterparts are the only ones showing her sympathy and friendship, as everyone else is distrustful of her. Over the course of the film, Sunset is ultimately the one who helps to keep the friends together as the Sirens' spells begin to affect them and assists them in the final confrontation, gaining a half-pony form in the process. After the Dazzlings are defeated, she becomes a backing vocalist and leading guitarist for the Rainbooms, the band the Mane 6's human counterparts formed for the musical showcase.

Sunset gains telepathic empathy in Legend of Everfree.

The Dazzlings Siren (all three) Female (all three) Yellow (Adagio Dazzle)
Violet (Aria Blaze)
Blue (Sonata Dusk)
Orange with yellow streaks (Adagio Dazzle)
Dark purple with green streaks (Aria Blaze)
Turquoise with dark blue streaks (Sonata Dusk)
Violet (all three) My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Rainbow Rocks Kazumi Evans (Adagio Dazzle)
Diana Kaarina (Aria Blaze, speaking)
Shylo Sharity (Aria Blaze, singing)
Maryke Hendrikse (Sonata Dusk, speaking)
Madeline Merlo, Shannon Chan-Kent (Sonata Dusk, singing)
The Dazzlings are a trio of sirens who wreaked havoc across Equestria more than one thousand years ago by using their hypnotic songs to feed off of the aggression generated by their victims. Star Swirl was able to defeat them by sending them to the human world, but they were able to retain their magic through their pendants. In Rainbow Rocks, they persuade most of the Canterlot High student body to turn a musical showcase into a Battle of the Bands. By the end of the film, Twilight Sparkle, Sunset Shimmer, and the human counterparts of the rest of the Mane 6 and DJ PON-3 are able to defeat them, shattering their pendants and rendering them tone deaf, and they are promptly booed off the stage.

Adagio Dazzle is the Dazzling's leader, who is characterized as cruel, sadistic, cunning, and manipulative. Aria Blaze speaks in a deadpan tone and always offers sarcasm to her fellow Sirens. Sonata Dusk is shown to be airheaded and the least intelligent of the three and acts as a source of comic relief.

Principal Abacus Cinch Human Female Aqua Dark purple with normal purple streaks Purple My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Friendship Games Iris Quinn
Principal Cinch is the headmistress of the Crystal Prep Academy. Cinch is extremely proud of her school, holding high expectations from her students and willing to do anything to uphold the school's reputation. She considers Twilight's human counterpart to be her star pupil. Cinch is indirectly responsible for the creation of Midnight Sparkle by pressuring Twilight into releasing the magic inside her pendant during the Friendship Games. After Sunset Shimmer manages to rescue Twilight, Cinch is forced to allow the games to be declared a tie after Celestia, Luna, and Dean Cadance convince her that no one will believe her accounts of magic being used at any point during the games.

In the half-hour special "Dance Magic", it is mentioned that Cadance is now principal of Crystal Prep, with no mention of Cinch's whereabouts.

Midnight Sparkle Human Female Dark Purple Dark purple with pink and purple streaks Cyan My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Friendship Games Tara Strong
Midnight Sparkle is the corrupted alter ego of Twilight Sparkle's human counterpart, created by Cinch's pressure to release the magic she carried throughout the film. Midnight is characterized as a psychotic version of Twilight, extremely powerful and wanting nothing more than to take Equestria's magic for herself. Sunset Shimmer manages to stop her and convinces Twilight that true magic comes from friendship. Twilight is later plagued by visions of Midnight in The Legend of Everfree, fearing that she will take over if she attempts to use magic again. With help from Sunset and the Mane 6's human counterparts, Twilight manages to gain control over her magic, preventing Midnight from resurfacing ever again.
Gloriosa Daisy Human Female Magenta Dark Purple Green My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Legend of Everfree Enid-Raye Adams
Kelly Metzger (singing role)
Gloriosa Daisy appears as the counselor of Camp Everfree and Timber Spruce's older sister. While appearing chipper throughout most of the film, Sunset and Twilight later discover that Filthy Rich is trying to foreclose on Camp Everfree and that Gloriosa is using seven mysterious gems filled with Equestrian magic to try and make things better, accidentally causing a number of problems to occur which Timber tries to cover up using a ghost story about a creature named Gaea Everfree. Ultimately, Gloriosa ends up absorbing magic from all seven gems at once, transforming into a corrupted form similar in description to Gaea Everfree. The Mane 7 are ultimately able to stop her and she apologizes for the hassle she caused. The Mane 7 also manage to organize a concert event which successfully raises enough money to save the camp.
Juniper Montage Human Female Pale, light-grayish olive Strong cerulean with moderate arctic blue streaks Moderate azure Movie Magic Ali Liebert
Juniper Montage is the niece of film director Canter Zoom, debuting in the second half-hour Equestria Girls special "Movie Magic". Acting as her uncle's personal gofer on set, she secretly hoped to be cast in the lead role in an upcoming Daring Do movie, but was passed over in favor of another actress, Chestnut Magnifico. In retaliation, Juniper secretly sabotaged several important sets and props related to the film, putting its production in jeopardy in hopes that she would drive Chestnut away. However, the Mane 7 are able to expose her and Canter bans her from the studio, though he does forgive her.

In "Mirror Magic", Canter gets Juniper a job as a movie usher at the Canterlot Mall out of pity. She soon comes across a mirror enchanted with Equestrian magic and sees herself as a famous movie star. Keeping the mirror for herself, Juniper becomes obsessed with it to the point of vanity, even discovering that she can trap things inside of it. She later takes her revenge on the Mane 7 by trapping them in the mirror and absorbing their magic, transforming her into a monstrous version of how she saw herself in the mirror initially. In her monstrous state, Juniper sees everyone running from her as her adoring public. Starlight Glimmer, who was visiting the human world at the time, is able to stop Juniper by offering her friendship instead of fame, and Juniper undoes all the damage she caused with the mirror and is restored to her original form. Afterwards, the Mane 7 and Starlight accept her as one of their friends.

Wallflower Blush Human Female Light greenish gray Moderate aquamarine Grayish tangelo My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Forgotten Friendship Shannon Chan-Kent
A very unseen female student who feels very lonely. She is part of the Gardening Club and the Yearbook Committee. She later repents.
Vignette Valencia Human Female Light yellow Gradient of grayish crimson to light magentaish gray with light gray streaks Light brilliant cornflower blue My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Rollercoaster of Friendship Tegan Moss
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PostCrush Human (both) Female (both) (Information required.) (Information required.) (Information required.) My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Sunset's Backstage Pass Lili Beaudoin (Kiwi Lollipop)
Mariee Devereux (Supernova Zap)
PostCrush are group of pop music duo and the main antagonists of My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Sunset Backstage Pass special. Both of them are vocalists, but Kiwi is a guitarist while Supernova is a drummer. As seen on Sunset's Backstage Pass, Kiwi and Supernova were struggling as they strolled until she saw a glow and that glow was a magic time twirler from Equestria, the time twirler made time repeat so she put the time twirler in her bow and began to redo the day for the show to be perfect.

But when Sunset and Pinkie went to give her churros and Sunset shook hands with Kiwi, it showed they were doing Time Loop then Sunset and Pinkie Pie tried to face them but it did not work.

Soon after Sunset and Pinkie arrived where they were and they started to fight, when the 4 girls went up on stage Sunset destroyed the magic object so Kiwi threw herself on the ground and started to cry so they started to make a great show. In Rarity's ending in "Lost and Pound" episode, Rarity barges in their festival's lounge area, where it is revealed that Princess Thunder Guts belongs to Supernova Zap of PostCrush. Su-Z is overjoyed to be reunited with her pet, and she thanks Rarity with a fashionable feather boa.

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