Girls who reached the turning point of their lives. A pointless battle unfolds...
Runtime: 6 minutes
Turning Girls - My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Netflix
My Little Pony: Equestria Girls, or simply known as Equestria Girls, is an American product line of fashion dolls and media franchise launched in 2013 by Hasbro, as a spin-off of the 2010 re-launch of the My Little Pony franchise. Equestria Girls features humanized versions of My Little Pony characters from Friendship Is Magic. It includes various doll lines and media tie-ins (including four films, music albums, a mobile app, three TV specials, sixteen “Summertime” animated shorts, a web series on YouTube, and two one-hour TV specials). The Equestria Girls fictional universe is established as a parallel counterpart to the main world of the 2010 incarnation of My Little Pony, populated with humanoid versions of the characters from the franchise.
Turning Girls - Counterparts of Friendship Is Magic characters - Netflix
Twilight Sparkle – Two alternate versions of Twilight Sparkle appear in the Equestria Girls series. In the first two lineups, Twilight is primarily the same princess character from Friendship Is Magic, transformed into a humanoid teenager after traveling from the pony-inhabited world of Equestria. The Friendship Games lineup formally introduces the alternate universe counterpart of Twilight, a curious student at Crystal Prep Academy who transfers to Canterlot High School. She is distinguished as Sci-Twi in some merchandise and other depictions. Her alter ego, Midnight Sparkle, first appears as an antagonist in My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Friendship Games, and is later revealed to be an entity that haunts her in her nightmares and gives her severe anxiety of her previous actions in My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Legend of Everfree. Spike – In the Equestria Girls series, Spike the baby dragon is depicted as a dog with the ability to speak. Similar to Twilight, the character's Friendship Is Magic incarnation appears in the first two lineups, masquerading as a speechless animal. His alternate universe counterpart included in the Friendship Games lineup is “Sci-Twi's” ordinary pet dog who gains his speaking ability from Equestrian magic. Applejack – A Canterlot High student who works on her family's farm. Fluttershy – Fluttershy's alternate universe counterpart is a Canterlot High student who is a volunteer worker at the local animal shelter. She is the first alternate version of the Mane Six that Princess Twilight encounters in the first film. Pinkie Pie – An eccentric and friendly Canterlot High student. Rainbow Dash – A student/star athlete at Canterlot High, stated to be the captain of every sports team the school has. Rarity – A Canterlot High student and a talented seamstress, much like her Friendship Is Magic counterpart. Principal Celestia – The principal of Canterlot High. Vice Principal Luna – The vice principal of Canterlot High. Like her counterpart from Equestria, she is Celestia's younger sister. The Equestria Girls counterparts of the minor, supporting and background characters in Friendship Is Magic television series (which some of them are popularized by the new My Little Pony fandom) also make appearances in the films and shorts. Among such characters, those released as toys include Cheerilee, Cutie Mark Crusaders (Apple Bloom, Scootaloo, Sweetie Belle), DJ Pon-3, Lyra Heartstrings, Octavia Melody, Photo Finish, Sweetie Drops and Trixie (released as Trixie Lulamoon). The counterparts of Friendship Is Magic characters which had their toys released but did not make appearance in any of tie-in media include Queen Chrysalis, Sapphire Shores and Zecora.
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