Fluttershy

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  • Fluttershy loves and cares for all animals and is willing to help them at any cost, but is very fearful of many things.
  • She is featured in a few episodes, like Hurricane Fluttershy, and Wonderbolt Academy.
  • They quickly use a hot-air balloon, pulled along by Fluttershy, to catch up to Rainbow Dash.
  • Fluttershy is a light yellow pegasus pony with a pink mane and tail.
  • She is a prankster, sometimes with Rainbow Dash's help, though she refuses to play any on Fluttershy due to her sensitive nature.
  • Bulk Biceps is a male Pegasus pony who first appears in the episode Hurricane Fluttershy.
  • While these other characters helped to inspire additional moves, the Mane6 team made sure to stay true to the characterization on the show and not introduce moves that would be outside of this, such as Fluttershy herself making an aggressive attack.
  • In G4, they've been also mentioned by Fluttershy in the episode called Three's A Crowd and they are featured in episode It Ain't Easy Being Breezies where they are shown to have their own language.
  • "The Cutie Mark Chronicles" reveals that she earned her cutie mark by successfully performing the sonic rainboom for the first time in a race for Fluttershy's honor.
  • This version also has a distinctive soundtrack composed of piano chords and arpeggios that trigger on events in the game, and commentary by a voice-over reminiscent of Fluttershy from My Little Pony.
  • Twilight discovers that Fluttershy found the crown and gave it to Celestia, the school principal, who mistakes it for a prop meant for the elected Princess of the upcoming Fall Formal.
  • The second wave omits Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy and includes two new ponies: Cheerilee and Lily Blossom.
  • Unlike other background Pegasi introduced in Hurricane Fluttershy, Bulk Biceps was not officially named in the episode's script and was intended as "more of a visual gag."
  • Event Singles were also released in a particular month, including a Valentine's Day Pinkie Pie, released in February 2011, and an Easter Fluttershy, released in April 2011.
  • She goes into her own story, continuing from Fluttershy's: as she continued to race the bullies, she put on a burst of speed and executed her first Sonic Rainboom (a combination of a sonic boom and a rainbow-colored effect), gaining her rainbow-lightning cutie mark as well as winning the race.
  • In the spin-off movie, My Little Pony: Equestria Girls, Pinkie's counterpart is at odds with Fluttershy for ruining a silent auction.
  • At first it seems that Rainbow has the upper hand, but as soon as Twilight reminds Fluttershy that if she gets away Discord will win, Fluttershy puts on an enormous burst of speed and the ponies eventually catch Rainbow and manage to tie her down long enough for Twilight to cast her memory spell.
  • Republibot gave the episode a largely positive review, however, the site did note that the episode "feels a bit rushed, even as a two-parter" and that "Fluttershy's and Rarity's restoration sequences in particular feel rushed and inadvertently echo [the mind wipe sequences from] Men in Black."
  • Discord is able to individually test Applejack, Pinkie Pie, Rarity, and Fluttershy against their respected Elements, causing them to be momentarily hypnotized, lose some of their color, and become a polar opposite of their Element.
  • In the, My Little Pony: Equestria Girls spin-off movie, Fluttershy's counterpart volunteers for the animal shelter, and is shown to be on bad terms with Pinkie Pie due to her ruining a silent auction on the shelter's behalf.
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