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Overthinking is Magic Returns. Do you agree of disagree? Did the episode live up to expectations? Do you care? Does pedobearRAW have King Sombra gore? WHO KNOWS

Do you agree of disagree? Did the episode live up to expectations? Do you care? Does pedobearRAW have King Sombra gore? WHO KNOWS!

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User avatar #1 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
Beyond that though, I think Sombra is an under appreciated villain. Think of it. In the short time he was on screen, he enslaved an entire population, nullified a powerful warriors magic, came back from banishment, besieged a kingdom, imprisoned a main character, utilized a door that leads to your worst fear, could still remotely use his magic in the kingdom even when he couldn't enter, the only way the charcters could find out where he had hidden the heart was by using his form of evil magic, had a regeneration ability, had a menacing (though semi stupid) look that reminded me of a brute chieftain from halo 3 when I first saw it, A growling voice, caused terror, and had nearly taken the kingdom back when he was disintegrated. The fact that he 1 dimensional is a great touch to because you don't know what his motives are, much about his history, or have him confined by a personality, so he threat comes not from what we do know about him, but from what we don't know. When you think of it, he actually was a great villain.
User avatar #16 to #1 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
We can't say he's not powerful or fearful.
I just prefer a villain to have at least a personality, and Sombra couldn't:
think about it, he was killed in the end of the episode. You can't kill someone who has a personality in a kid's show...
User avatar #17 to #16 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
*cough* lion king *cough*
User avatar #19 to #17 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
What I mean is, Ideals have changed.
User avatar #18 to #17 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
*cough*18yearspassed*cough*
User avatar #20 to #18 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
I was trying to get at the fact that we don't know much about him which makes him threatening like the older villains like Jason or Michael myers. When we began understanding them was when they began to be less threatening, same with Sombra.
User avatar #21 to #20 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
And you have a valid point. In fact I agree with you.
I was only pointing out that I would have preferred a less threatening, more "human" villain.
Also counting the fact that we won't be able to "begin understanding him", since he's dead.
Even if he wasn't, it would be hard to get a word of what he's saying.
User avatar #22 to #21 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
Rawr Rawr SLAVES Hrgrgrguk. Yeah I understand what you are saying there. The more memorable villains are Discord and Crysylis because, as you said, they are more "human" and we can connect with them on an odd level.
User avatar #24 to #22 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
Or even Nightmare Moon, wich is==, in my opinion,== the best villain so far.
Discord is funny and all, and Crysalis has a well shaped personality, but none of them is human as Luna. Or at least, none of their backstories is studied deeply as hers.
If you think about it, for the reason I mentioned before, the more human a villain is, the best is his/her punishment.
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User avatar #26 to #24 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
You mean they get off lighter of a sentence, I can see that.
Nightmare Moon: Banished for 100 years with a return at the end
Chrysalis: Pushed out with possiblity of returning
Discord: Frozen as a statue for all eternity
Sombra: Dead, just dead.
The more inhuman the villain, the more inhuman the punishment.
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User avatar #28 to #26 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
I tend to think Luna's banishment was caused by Tia's inexperience at the time (have you read the lyrics from "The moon rises" or "Lullaby for a princess"?), in fact she was forgiven in the end.
Crysalis wasn't "pushed out". She was cast off. For what we know, she could've died wherever she landed. Are you familiar with the term "cannon fodder"?
Discord was already frozen in stone, and we saw how eternal that was...
brb, walking the dog.
User avatar #42 to #28 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
I don't think it was because she waas inexperienced, but it was because she hoped for the best in them, that's why she banished Luna, Sombra (You see both Tia and Luna did that), and Discord (Banished as stone.) It seems that each time she was there to punish them, they always had a chance to return. Do you think she did so because she hoped they had a chance to change from their evil ways like NMM did?
User avatar #45 to #42 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
Well, probably they came back just because the Sister's magic wasn't powerful enough to keep them at bay.
I can see how she thought Luna would redeem herself (not only she is her sister, but she once was good and she was corrupted by envy and pride) but Discord is the spirit of Chaos himself and Sombra seems to be pure evilness incarnate.
How could anyone hope for them to turn good in any way?
#47 to #45 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
READ OVER HERE FIRST
1 Speaking of envy and pride, the pic is semi related and I think you might like. it is something I made between seasons
2 Celestia has always seemed to be rather opimistic. She might just have thought that imprisoning them wold help them change.
User avatar #52 to #47 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
As for your content, that is an interesting POV, but I disagree with some of your points...
1) I don't think Discord is proud, he instead understimates friendship's power.
What leads his actions is chaos, and that is to say, no particular reason (that's why pinkie likes him!)
2)Remeber that Crysalis didn't act for herself, but for the whole hive: her intent was that of conquering a nation, not just feeding. That is also why I consider her a rather deep character: nobody likes killing, still wars happen. Who says she totally liked what she was doing? What if her people were dying on a famine?
User avatar #53 to #52 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
Reason I put them in those places are quite simple.
Discord: His smug attitude toward the main six before they defeated them, cheering when he thought he finally drove them from each other, and how he seemed to be self absorbed.
Crysalis: though she may have done what she did to feed her people, she is still a changeling and still feeds on love.
User avatar #56 to #53 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
Still, I find that that approximate. But hey, there's plenty of villains to add from s3. You can improve that!
For starters, I think Sombra is a perfect Anger. Since he speaks only through roars, and he tends to charge on the enemy enveloping them in darkness rather than using a proper plan, I think he represents perfectly blind rage.
User avatar #57 to #56 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
Actually, I think he represents, not a sin, but a reaction to the cause. Anger leads to Fear, which seems to be where he gets powered from. When any pony thought of him, they would get afraid instantly and would rather be apathetic that think about it. He has a door that blocks your mind with fear and I would almost bet his evil magic is rooted in it.
User avatar #59 to #57 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
This IP has already voted 5 times in 24 hour(s) for halotalim. Please try again in a few hours.
God, Iwould SO thumb you up. This dialogue is intriguing me.
I think I'll watch those two episodes again, under the light of what you said. I might even like Sombra.
I think I was, above all, disappointed. Since the first time I saw his face, I expected Sombra to be a charismatic leader, evil thought well-intentioned. He turned out to be an angry black fog spot...
User avatar #62 to #59 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
Oh and what I wrote earlier about him having fear as his power. The age old addage saying 'Perfect love casts out all fear.' How was he defeated again?
User avatar #63 to #62 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
Crystal ponies' love for their queen, Cadance.
User avatar #67 to #63 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
And because they are considered the perfect form of love, they did it. Because their emblem of love was taken before, they couldn't push him out.
User avatar #61 to #59 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
I came in not really knowing what to expect. I saw what he looked like in a spoiler, but I didn't know what to expect as a character. As I said, I was dissapointed the first time I watched the episode as well, but I watched it again when all this hit me.
User avatar #48 to #47 - dryicevii (11/12/2012) [-]
More than optimistic, I would say "merciful". Every Good God, in any religion, gives bad people a chance to redeem...
User avatar #49 to #48 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
Same there.
User avatar #71 to #1 - TehGordonFreeman (11/13/2012) [-]
he kinda reminded me of Ganondorf
User avatar #73 to #1 - siberiantigershark (11/13/2012) [-]
I think King Sombra is different from the other villains. Stopping him wasn't about allowing him to come to power, say his two cents then the mane 6 defeating him. It was about preventing him. Nightmare Moon and Discord came and rose to power before any action was taken. To go along with your theme, King Sombra is possibly the greatest villain because the show focused on stopping his return. If he would have fully came to power who knows what would have happened?
User avatar #6 to #1 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
I also forgot, Caused an entire kingdom to disappear and wiped the memories of 1000+ ponies causing them to be apethetic toward the whole situation.
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User avatar #3 to #2 - halotalim (11/12/2012) [-]
Thanks. Like everyone else, I was disappointed with the premerire, but I rewatched the premeire again with my brother since he missed in on our DVR when this hit me. I enjoy the premeire now.
User avatar #11 - welshdrag (11/12/2012) [-]
RD was my favorite since ep 1 but they are making it really hard to like her when they make her such a ******* bitch
#100 - animepost (11/13/2012) [-]
****		 the whole "Twilight becomes an Alicorn" Theory.   
Now mind that, to me, Twilight will always be best pony.   
   
Twilight becoming an Alicorn sounds dandy and all...   
But where do her friends fit into all this?   
The entire 			*******		 show is about FRIENDSHIP!   
   
And while I do realize Twilight is supposed to be the "Star",   
I believe the rest of the mane cast should have equal screen time,   
as well as conclusions as grand as Twilight becoming an Alicorn.   
(should that come to pass.)
**** the whole "Twilight becomes an Alicorn" Theory.
Now mind that, to me, Twilight will always be best pony.

Twilight becoming an Alicorn sounds dandy and all...
But where do her friends fit into all this?
The entire ******* show is about FRIENDSHIP!

And while I do realize Twilight is supposed to be the "Star",
I believe the rest of the mane cast should have equal screen time,
as well as conclusions as grand as Twilight becoming an Alicorn.
(should that come to pass.)
#27 - brisineo ONLINE (11/12/2012) [-]
While I can understand your frustration, electricsheep I actually DISAGREE.   
   
*cue audible gasps and the mass cracking of fingers in preparation for raging arguments*   
   
You see, when I watched this episode, it was not from the stand-alone perspective, and with special emphasis on Sombra's inherent abilities and the effects of his particular type of magic. (which in accordance to the "emotional magic" theory, is fueled by fear and hatred)  And what I and some others have now concluded, this is NOT the end of Sombra, and this episode is merely the piece of a larger whole.   
   
First, let us look at Sombra himself.   
   
Yes, he didn't say much or had any inklings as to a personality, but I don't think that was the purpose here in the episode.  It was to introduce him as a villain, and even more so, a presence before introducing him as a character.  Much like Sauron's role in LotR, he has an obvious and rather intimidating influence over the protagonists, even if he does not have any direct interactions with them, or even say much in terms of dialogue.  But even more noticeable is the scar that Sombra left behind as a result of his reign, and you truly see how powerful his influence is, and how powerful it WILL be, which I think will give him the leg up on the other villains in the fact that I believe he will return in the end, with several events leading up to it throughout the season.   
   
Given that a mere fragment of his horn was enough to corrupt so much of the Kingdom to make it through, imagine what his entire horn, which survived and is seen flying out of the screen, which could be foreshadowing.
While I can understand your frustration, electricsheep I actually DISAGREE.

*cue audible gasps and the mass cracking of fingers in preparation for raging arguments*

You see, when I watched this episode, it was not from the stand-alone perspective, and with special emphasis on Sombra's inherent abilities and the effects of his particular type of magic. (which in accordance to the "emotional magic" theory, is fueled by fear and hatred) And what I and some others have now concluded, this is NOT the end of Sombra, and this episode is merely the piece of a larger whole.

First, let us look at Sombra himself.

Yes, he didn't say much or had any inklings as to a personality, but I don't think that was the purpose here in the episode. It was to introduce him as a villain, and even more so, a presence before introducing him as a character. Much like Sauron's role in LotR, he has an obvious and rather intimidating influence over the protagonists, even if he does not have any direct interactions with them, or even say much in terms of dialogue. But even more noticeable is the scar that Sombra left behind as a result of his reign, and you truly see how powerful his influence is, and how powerful it WILL be, which I think will give him the leg up on the other villains in the fact that I believe he will return in the end, with several events leading up to it throughout the season.

Given that a mere fragment of his horn was enough to corrupt so much of the Kingdom to make it through, imagine what his entire horn, which survived and is seen flying out of the screen, which could be foreshadowing.
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#38 to #32 - brisineo ONLINE (11/12/2012) [-]
Whether or not he's dead is up to debate. We know he shattered into several bits. What corrupting power those bits have, however, are what makes me think he survived and will return. (Also, I think that in terms of defeat, it was too quick, too insignificant for it to be final, in my eyes.)

And I'll say this, the writers may be trying something new. Megan is known for making the more famous episodes, but the largest obstacle they've faced in Seasons 1 and 2 were time restraint. Drawing out the plot would be a new strategy that would allow a lot more development. Thus I would easily task her with introducing the elements that will evolve and grow over the next episodes, as she probably would know what would become more important.

And try to hold back next time when I'm making a larger argument that appears to interconnect with more than one post, because I usually can't rely my entire message in a single reply.
#30 to #27 - brisineo ONLINE (11/12/2012) [-]
Foreshadowing, perhaps, to Season 3 Episode 5. This is the episode where Trixie returns, but oddly, concept art (shown) shows Trixie first wearing this necklace. Notice it's similarity to Sombra in color scheme?

But even more strange is that Trixie, according to the synopsis, is not only able to defeat Twilight, but banish her and take over Ponyville in almost a dictator fashion that seems a bit too much even for her. (Next image) Which almost leads directly to Trixie being under Sombra's influence during that time to take revenge. She would definitely have the fear and hatred required to fuel such dark powers.

I think that this is a mere taste of what Sombra will be able to accomplish through this season, both developing his own character along with the characters of Twilight and also I think Celestia and Luna as it continues. I'm also seeing some other synopses that also could at least have reference to Sombra's growing corruption. Pinkie finding a "magic mirror" artifact that clones her, Scootaloo having strange nightmares, etc.
#34 to #30 - brisineo ONLINE (11/12/2012) [-]
And then I think this will all culminate into the Season 3 finale. By then, I think we'll have gained more insight into the actual character and capabilities of Sombra and when he returns, it will be far more significant. He will have a lot more power, and may even win for a while.

As well, I agree with you on that the show seems to be hinting Twilight becoming an Alicorn, and if you read my own OiM post, along with study of that black tome Luna holds at the last few seconds, (aka Star Swirl)I'm beginning to find more evidence for my Alicorn Creation theory.

BUT, I do also think that while Twilight came into Season 3 an obvious Mary Sue character, this Season will conclude with her friends carrying her to the finish. I'm theorizing that Twilight will become an Alicorn, but in the notion of self-sacrifice, something that Celestia emphasized, she will give those powers away. (Thus allowing future seasons) The season is centered around Twilight, yes, but I also think it's about her learning to be less confident and reliant on herself.

So stand-alone, this episode is sub-par, but combined with everything else, this is the start of something rather big.
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#43 to #33 - zekeon (11/12/2012) [-]
All right ************ , (brisineo and electricsheep, in case anyone was confused) let's hear Zeke's opinion.

Is this season going to be about Twilight and her growth? Almost certainly, a no-brainer really. Will it be a storyline season? Of course, that's what Hasbro said. Was the premiere good? If you look at it the right way, of course it is.

The real question though is this: Will King Sombra return? And if so, how?

We all saw the horn fly off the screen after he ******* DIED, so I find it unlikely that his return will be direct, but we can entertain that possibility. Consider the effects of a simple piece of his being, corrupting everything it touched with dark crystals, likely because it was a pie of his horn, more powerful because that's where his magic is channeled. When we saw him ( ******* ) killed, several part of his flew out of the blast, including his ENTIRE HORN. "What does this mean?" you might ask, well I'll tell you.

If you've watched Inuyasha, you know where I'm going to go with this. All those pieces of Sombra are going to be spread across Equestria and possibly abroad, either corrupting the area where it lands, or lying dormant there until something (or someone) finds it. Keep in mind these are merely fragments of Sombra, therefore they may not exactly let him communicate or act through them directly, but they will all be pieces of his wills and evil intents. This will make them eager to grasp onto something that is weakened and easily corrupted (like a failed showpony), and bend it to meet it's own desires.
(continued in the next post...)
#46 to #43 - zekeon (11/12/2012) [-]
Which might explain THIS.

The fragments of Sombra flew such a distance that it disrupted Equestria's foreign neighbors. Perhaps they had some indication it came from Equestria, such as perhaps that's where the horn landed? After all, it seems like Saddle Arabia might not have unicorns.

To put Sombra back together, or reincarnate him even, will probably require several fragments, or a few of the strongest and largest fragments (like his horn, an eye, a petrified lock of his mane, a tooth, etc). The gathering of these pieces will be carried out by the entities he corrupted, ponies included. Or another method would be him corrupting a large source of power that we are not yet privy to knowing what it is (possibly something in Saddle Arabia?)

King Sombra is likely to return, if not in person, in presence. I just can't wait to see how they handle it.
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User avatar #15 - dashgamer (11/12/2012) [-]
Time to state my over-analysis about Sombra again.

A lot of people think he was a poor villain because of his lack of character development, but his role in the show was more symbolic than anything. He was the embodiment of evil, and what makes him unique as a villain is that he wasn't really defeated by the Mane 6 or Shining and Cadance. They were actually powerless to stop him, and without the relic of the Crystal Heart, they would have succumbed to his attrition. I don't even know what the crystal ponies powered the Heart with, but all of the cutesy wootsy lovey dovey ideals of the protagonists were useless against him. They had to acquire a stone that acted as a conduit for those feelings, Daring Do style.
What was apparent was that as an enemy, he was seemingly indefatigable and insuperable when faced in battle, but he was vulnerable to the unity of his former subjects or "slaves," when they came together with the happiness and amity in their hearts that he had oppressed.

About the transformation of Twilight into an Alicorn, at this point there is too little data for accurate speculation, but what we can all be sure of is that her organizational skills will probably be used in her impending role in Equestrian government.
#29 - fargone (11/12/2012) [-]
I really liked the episode, but I'm pretty biased towards Twilight and was salivating at the prospect of a new episode, so I think that's a big part of it. I think part of what hurt Sombra was what he had to go up against. Nightmare Moon, while not as popular as the other villains, is an extension of arguably the single most liked character in the show. Trixie, while more of an antagonist than a villain, is still pretty damn popular, and is very likely to get her own episode because of it. Discord was more or less pitch-perfect, probably the best villain so far even with his episodes being a little quick to get him out of the way. Chrysalis, again, was a great villain to round out the season. Going up against these star players, Sombra would have been hard pressed to be on the same level of them even without him being essentially a side-plot. As he was, he was pretty much guaranteed to be below expectations. And honestly, I had trouble taking him seriously after seeing leaked pictures of him. There's looking evil, there's looking too evil, and then there's Sombra, flying off the end of the evil scale and landing firmly in the middle of the "comically evil scale". The poor bastard never had a chance.

As for the episode as a whole, I enjoyed it, with a few minor gripes, chiefly Rarity and RBD. Both of them, Rarity to a lesser extent, seem to have some difficultly being likable. I think part of it comes down to RBD just being a bit of an ass, almost to the point of being a foil to the other, more likable characters. The other thing that bugged me was the realization that Cadence and Shining are here to stay. I was never really satisfied with how Twilight suddenly sprouted a brother at the end of the second season and even less satisfied that her babysitter suddenly pop up in the same span of time. You'd think that either one of these ponies might come up once or twice in conversation over the course of two seasons, but apparently not.
#31 to #29 - fargone (11/12/2012) [-]
Probably my biggest gripe of all was this:
Twilight- "Hey, we're going to the blasted, windswept arctic wasteland! What should we bring?"
Rarity- "I'll bring a few scarves that none of us will wear save for one scene where I point out that I am wearing a scarf. It's not like I MADE YOU ALL CLOAKS IN THE LAST SEASON OR ANYTHING."

I am very upset with whoever ruined our chances of seeing ponies in cloaks for a large portion of an episode. Look at that. It's freakin' adorable!
#5 - anon (11/12/2012) [-]
Twilight is a Mary Sue.
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#131 - lupusbrine (11/14/2012) [-]
I feel like one of the few who actually liked the premiere.
I feel like one of the few who actually liked the premiere.
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#85 - Eralus ONLINE (11/13/2012) [-]
So many essay length comments o_O
#80 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
I don't think Twilight will become an Alicorn.

Why is that? My non-brony friend makes a hell of an argument. Bear with me, folks.

For one, she would essentially turn into a Mary Sue if she did that. It's practically an archetype: Hero gets offered Godhood, he/she declines it for the tightknit group of friends they've grown to know and love along their travels.

This brings up the second point: Twilight would never abandon, or alienate, her friends. The first season was all about getting to know the ponies and fitting into Ponyville, and learning the value of friendship. I don't know where this fits in to becoming an alicorn, but she declined a route of her studies in the series premier in order to stay with her friends, and she barely knew them for more than a day.

Thirdly, I can't imagine that she isn't given a choice on this. I mean, if it was absolutely necessary for some reason, then that would pretty much ruin it, right? The call of duty is more important than the only friends you've ever known? That's a terrible Aesop in every way. As a side note, she would also be granted immortality (or just insanely long life...) and outlive her friends even if the relationships aren't completely severed.

Just to finish this with any semblance of rationality and relationship to the post, if Twilight declines the offer/request to become an alicorn, I think that would be both thematically responsible and ******* awesome.
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User avatar #107 to #93 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
I'm not trying to sound even more anti-alicorn here, but maybe Twilight is somehow able to turn back? Dunno if that's possible but I think the theme would be pretty buried in novelty. But, still, that would be the ultimate evolution, right? She would be sacrificing herself in order to... I don't know, save the world or something. I think it would have to be a choice no matter which way she goes.
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User avatar #109 to #108 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
I'm not saying the theory doesn't have merit, I'm saying IT ******* SUCKS it doesn't sound like the best option to me. That's all.

The brony in the back of my mind is currently trying to chemically castrate me for this, but whatever.
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User avatar #111 to #110 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
Yep.

I'm too lazy to find it, but that guy who proposed that Sombre is going to come back? Pfffffffffffffffffffffffffff

Some of my actual brony friends have a theory that the Changelings, Discord, and maybe Trixie and an Ursa, are going to come back in this big giant ********* of a fight. Sombre's horn surviving hints to his survival as an enemy as well.

Also, his death was essentially the same as the death of Combustion Man from Avatar: The Last Airbender, which I really hope you've watched or at least know of.
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User avatar #113 to #112 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
ARE YOU MAD, WOMAN? DROP YOUR **** LIKE IT'S HOT AT WATCH THAT OTHER AFOREMENTIONED **** . THE TV SHOW. wait why am i yelling OH YEAH BECAUSE IT'S JUST SUCH A GREAT SHOW.
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User avatar #115 to #114 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
did i **** up

are you not a woman
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User avatar #117 to #116 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
I tried to reverse search this photo, but even after 4 billion results came up from several sources, I could not find any names. You, Sir or Madam, are in DEEP.
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User avatar #120 to #118 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
Wait, what am I doing, I know you're a girl.

Weird.
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User avatar #122 to #121 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
Same thing, bad timing.
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User avatar #124 to #123 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
Yeah I realize that, and I do in fact know that there are women on the internet.

I usually don't point it out even when I do know, I just thought that 'are you mad, woman' would be a perfect exclamation.

PS: I hope you aren't offended that I had you pegged as an effeminate guy back in OTiM #2. It's not my fault that the only other girls I know on the internet use txt spk, can't punctuate to save their life, and are stupid. I DON'T MEAN TO OFFEND BUT STATISTICALLY I DON'T THINK I AM AT FAULT FOR THINKING THIS WAY. I DON'T KNOW WHY I'M YELLING BUT I'M GONNA GO OPEN A WINDOW OR SOMETHING IT'S GETTING REALLY WARM IN HERE.
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User avatar #126 to #125 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
NO THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I DIDN'T WANT TO HAPPEN AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ******************************************* .
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User avatar #128 to #127 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
I THINK I'm done.
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User avatar #130 to #129 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (11/13/2012) [-]
I'm 'McBinkles', and also 'As Kawaii As Possible' if I ever get around to that. Yes, two accounts. One of them is banned from all online games.
User avatar #72 - nonamethewise (11/13/2012) [-]
What if Sombra remained underdeveloped because they wanted to wait until we give him a personality (like we do with all underdeveloped characters)?
User avatar #104 to #72 - techketzer (11/13/2012) [-]
That is one of the more convincing thoughts on this subject, actually.
User avatar #66 - herpdaki (11/12/2012) [-]
Why exactly is everyone convinced that Twilight will become an alicorn?
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User avatar #70 to #66 - pyrocrisis (11/12/2012) [-]
Because several people on the project said so, toys with her having wings were accidentally released early, and I could be wrong but i think there's an official spoiler of it floating around somewhere.
#10 - sinery (11/12/2012) [-]
If you didn't like the episode it's probably because of your expectations, the greater expectations, the greater disappointment unless of course it's a masterpiece which should not be expected.
I got a open mind and I've kept in mind that s03 may not be as good as the previously seasons, i can understand that you pump yourself up for the premier, but then the flaw is at you, not the episode.
Keep an open mind and you may enjoy it as much as me.
#64 - attifyon (11/12/2012) [-]
ITT : Grown men seriously looking for deeper meanings in a little girls' show.
Okay, whatever floats your boat. But I think you're forgetting that it is still a little girls' show. Why would they put **** that deep only for people like you to try and figure it out?
I don't know, It looks weird from the non-brony area.
User avatar #65 to #64 - herpdaki (11/12/2012) [-]
They do that because they know the majority of the fanbase consists of bronies who can actually figure some of it out.
Besides, the subplot was too obvious to be ignored.
User avatar #76 to #64 - dustyshane (11/13/2012) [-]
You realize the show has majorly shifted because of the large adult audience right?
#84 to #64 - tvfreakuk (11/13/2012) [-]
Just because it's catered to a younger (and yes, female, I admit) audience doesn't mean it can't be good.
The original MLP was just like a massive advertisement within the story, with all of their ridiculous stuff like a pony summer house and **** like that.
DBZ is for children and it has deep meanings and stuff.

I get what you're saying though, that it's just a kids show, and we needn't get too much into it, but that doesn't mean that the stuff we say won't end up being true because it can have a great plot and substance. Not to mention everything in the post above is true, with talking about the ******** of obvious foreshadowing it is doing.
inb4 "I watch it for the plot" jokes
User avatar #101 to #84 - attifyon (11/13/2012) [-]
I never said it was bad.
Just saying.
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User avatar #77 to #68 - dustyshane (11/13/2012) [-]
What were the "music jokes"?
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#132 - anon (11/15/2012) [-]
Tara Strong already confirmed twilight will not be an Alicorn.
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User avatar #96 - minecraftborn (11/13/2012) [-]
hi... please don't ********* all over me but, I think sombra was pretty ******* cool, I mean if he had a little more protagonism in the episode he would have been the best villain ever, again that's my opinion
#94 - dinosauraids (11/13/2012) [-]
**dinosauraids rolled a random image posted in comment #316335 at Anime & Manga ** MFW bronies do all these kinds of **** ...
User avatar #88 - satrenkotheone (11/13/2012) [-]
Well personally I loved the S3 premiere.
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User avatar #92 to #91 - satrenkotheone (11/13/2012) [-]
Yeah, I know what you mean. But the whole episode was just so freaking awesome even if Sombra looked like some weird ass OC pony and was pretty meh.
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