6th episode of the fourth season of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
"Power Ponies" is the sixth episode of the fourth episode as well as the 71st episode overall. In the episode, Spike, Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Applejack, Rarity, and Pinkie Pie are transported into a comic book where they become its characters. To escape, they must defeat the Mane-iac, the villain of the book. The episode was heavily influenced by comic books, including having a more modern and futuristic style. Upon its airing on December 21, , on the Hub Network, it was viewed by over , people.
Spike finds himself unneeded while his friends clean up Princess Celestia and Princess Luna's old castle, so he goes off to read a Power Ponies superhero comic issue, unaware that it possesses magical powers. When he reaches the end, he finds the book's ending to be missing. After reading the cryptic text one the last page, he and his friends are sucked into the comic book. In the comic, the ponies get transformed and assume the personas of the Power Ponies: Twilight Sparkle is transformed into Masked Matter-Horn, who can shoot power beams; Pinkie Pie into Fili-Second, who has super speed; Rainbow Dash into Zapp, who can control nature; Rarity into Radiance, who can create objects with her bracelets; Applejack into Mistress Mare-velous, who is psychically connected to her lasso; and Fluttershy into Saddle Rager, who turns into a monster when she loses her temper, while Spike is transformed into their bumbling sidekick, Hum Drum, to his annoyance.
The ponies learn that they must defeat the supervillain Mane-iac in order to escape the comic, but their clumsiness with their newfound powers causes the Mane-iac to spray them with her "Hairspray Ray of Doom", which freezes them and disables their powers. All but Spike are trapped. As the Mane-iac threatens them with her doomsday weapon, which will cause every pony's hair to grow wild, Spike hides, feeling useless. However, after the Mane-iac insults Humdrum, the ponies assert that Spike always comes through for them when they need him. Spike is able to use the distraction to trap the Mane-iac's henchmen and free the others, allowing them to stop the Mane-iac. However, Fluttershy, believing the situation has been taken care of, begins to leave. As the Mane-iac senses her, she tries to shoot her with a cannon. A fly blocks the Mane-iac who hits it. This angers Fluttershy, causing her to turn into a monster and defeat the Mane-iac. The ponies safely return home to Equestria and assure Spike that while they may not always need him, he is not useless. The comic later disappears.
The episode's style was influenced by comic books, making the cityscapes more distinct. Its perspective was harder than usual, with "strong parallaxes that show the dynamic viewpoint of comics." Unlike the series' normal setting, the episode featured a more modern and futuristic setting. The Power Ponies were also based on comic superheroes. The Mane-iac is a parody of the Joker.
Two exclusive Mane-iac toys were offered at the San Diego Comic-Con, a pony version and an Equestria Girls version.
Broadcast and reception
"Power Ponies" aired on the Hub Network on December 21, It was viewed by an estimated , people and approximately percent of households, according to Nielsen ratings.
Daniel Alvarez of Unleash the Fanboy gave the episode out 5 stars. While not considering it a "great" episode, Alvarez called it a "fun episode", particularly because of Pinkie Pie's use of her superpowers, Fluttershy's "hulk-out", and the Mane-iac. However, he cited the episode's spotlight on Spike and the absence of a grand battle as detractors.
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- For the titular comic book superheroes, see Power Ponies (characters).
Power Ponies[note 1] is the sixth episode of the fourth season of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic and the seventy-first episode overall. In this episode, Spike and the Mane Six are sucked into a comic book world and must defeat a maniacal supervillain in order to escape.
Production and development
On July 20, , an animatic clip of this episode was shown at San Diego Comic-Con International. In the clip, Applejack/Mistress Mare-velous, Fluttershy/Saddle Rager, Pinkie Pie/Fili-Second, Rainbow Dash/Zapp, Rarity/Radiance, Spike/Hum Drum, Twilight Sparkle/Masked Matter-Horn, the Mane-iac, and more characters appear.
Marcel Duperreault, Todd Araki, Jason Fredrickson, and Adam McGhie won a Leo Award for their work on this episode for "Best Overall Sound in an Animation Program or Series".
This episode's original cut was 32 minutes long, however 10 minutes of footage were removed due to time constraints.
A small part showing Pinkie in her Fili-Second costume reappears in Cakes for the Memories.
The scene when Fluttershy becomes angry and grows after Mane-iac harms a firefly reappears in Memnagerie.
Late night reading
Twilight Sparkle is asleep in her bed when she's stirred awake by a lamp switching on. She sees Spike reading a comic book and tells him to go to sleep, but Spike asks for two more minutes. He proceeds to talk at length about the Power Ponies, their sidekick Hum Drum, and the evil Mane-iac. Twilight sympathizes with Spike's investment in a book, but states they'll need to be well-rested to help fix up Princess Celestia and Princess Luna's old castle in the morning. Spike relents and goes to bed, but when Twilight sees him fumbling in the dark for his comic, Twilight allows him two more minutes to read.
Diving into a comic
The next morning, Twilight and her friends take part in refurbishing Celestia and Luna's old castle. Spike wishes to pitch in, but the ponies politely decline. Twilight tells him to find someplace quiet to read his comic, and Spike shuffles off, feeling useless.
Spike goes to Celestia and Luna's reading room to read, sympathizing with the bumbling Hum Drum. When he suddenly reaches the end of the comic, he finds a footnote in small, hard-to-read text. As Twilight and the others take a break from cleaning and come looking for Spike, he uses a magnifying glass to read the footnote:
- "You can return to the place you started when the Mane-iac is defeated. Take a closer look to join the adventure in this book.."
- — Spike
This causes a magic spell in the comic book to come to life, and Spike is sucked inside its pages. Twilight and her friends, in their attempt to save him, get dragged inside as well, except Pinkie who just jumps in after them.
Welcome to Maretropolis
Spike, now in superhero attire, regains consciousness on the roof of a building in Maretropolis. Behind him, he sees his pony friends in superhero attire as well and recognizes them as the heroes in his comic—the Power Ponies.
Suddenly, there's an explosion at the museum across the street, and the Mane-iac emerges from the smoke, laughing maniacally and holding an orb surging with electricity. When Applejack and Rainbow Dash wonder what's going on, Spike explains that they were transported into his comic book and that the only way out to defeat the Mane-iac. The Mane-iac attacks the ponies with a pretzel cart and a mailbox; as Pinkie Pie dodges the mailbox, she demonstrates the super speed of her Power Pony persona Fili-Second.
Applejack tries to wrangle the Mane-iac with her lasso, but it works against her, and she pins herself to a lamppost. Twilight's attempts at using the Masked Matter-Horn's powers fizzle, Rainbow uses Zapp's powers to create a tornado instead of lightning, Rarity's powers as Radiance prove less than helpful, and Fluttershy's anger-based powers as Saddle Rager don't manifest because she's not angry. After watching in amusement, the Mane-iac takes her leave, but not before addressing Spike by his designated role as Hum Drum.
After Spike explains that the lasso Mistress Mare-velous uses is psychically connected to her, Applejack reins in the tornado with Mistress Mare-velous' powers, and Spike once again explains to his friends that the only way out of the comic book world is to stop the Mane-iac from using her doomsday device. While Rainbow Dash is excited about having superpowers, Spike is less than thrilled about being the powerless Hum Drum. Twilight encourages Spike by saying he's not really Hum Drum, but he is still in low spirits.
Time to Power Pony up!
Spike leads the Power Ponies to the Mane-iac's headquarters: her shampoo factory. Before Twilight can come up with a plan, Rainbow Dash gives away her and her friends' position by zapping the building with lightning. As Spike stays back, the Mane-iac's henchponies emerge from the factory and attack. Despite Fluttershy's inability to get angry, the Power Ponies subdue and restrain the henchponies.
When the Mane-iac herself appears, she immobilizes the Power Ponies with her "hairspray ray of doom". She leaves Hum Drum behind, considering it pointless to use her spray on him. Spike watches helplessly as the Mane-iac and her henchponies take the Power Ponies prisoner.
Spike sneaks into the factory through an air duct, all the while calling himself useless, and finds his friends still immobilized and inside a big cage. Each time the effect of the spray wears off, one of the henchponies sprays them again.
The Mane-iac uses the Electro-Orb to power her hair dryer-shaped cannon, and tells the Power Ponies her plan to use it on them and the citizens of Maretropolis and cause their manes to grow wildly. When Fluttershy reminds her of Hum Drum, the Mane-iac once again dismisses the little guy as useless. The Power Ponies disagree, with Twilight noting that in their world, he always comes through.
Encouraged by his friends' words of praise, Spike springs into action. As the Mane-iac monologues to the ponies in true villain fashion, Spike ensnares some of the henchponies in a large tarp and immobilizes more with the Mane-iac's hairspray, allowing the Power Ponies to break free. The ponies fight off the rest of the henchponies as the Mane-iac powers up her cannon to shoot Fluttershy who isn't trying to use her powers. When a firefly gets in the Mane-iac's line of fire and she swats it away, Fluttershy loses her temper, and the powers of Saddle Rager finally manifest, turning her into a large, muscular monster.
The Mane-iac fires her weapon at Saddle Rager, but its beam bounces back at her, and Saddle Rager smashes the weapon to pieces. The effects of the weapon entrap the Mane-iac in her own mane like a straitjacket. Spike declares the Power Ponies victorious, but doesn't finish his narration before the comic transports him and the ponies away.
Spike and the others are transported out of the comic book and back into Celestia and Luna's old reading room, returned to normal. As the ponies shake off the excitement of their latest adventure, Pinkie Pie offers the group cupcakes, which she picked up from the Maretropolis Bakery a half-second before their return home. Twilight commends Spike for his heroism, and Spike learns that he doesn't need superpowers to be a super friend.
When Twilight asks where Spike got the comic book, he says he got it in a store in Canterlot that sold "enchanted" comic books, not realizing that the comics were magically enchanted as opposed to telling enchanting stories. The ponies and Spike leave the room, and the comic book suddenly vanishes in a flash of white light.
This is the show's second superhero-themed episode following The Mysterious Mare Do Well in Season 2. The references include:
- The Mane-iac's origin involving falling into a vat of chemical liquid is similar and likely a reference to that of the Joker in the graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke (which was incorporated into the film Batman).
- The Mane-iac's origin also involves being electrocuted by a downed power line, which is similar to Two-Face's origin in Batman: The Animated Series.
- Mane-iac uses her mane as a weapon the same way as Medusa from the Fantastic Four comics, Wedgie Woman from the Captain Underpants book series, and Sedusa from The Powerpuff Girls series (another show Lauren Faust worked on, created by her husband Craig McCracken), and the way she walks resembles that of Doctor Octopus from the Spider-Man comics.
- The comic book setting is named "Maretropolis", a clear play on the city of Metropolis in the Superman comics.
- When Spike sees the Mane 6 in their costumes, he says, "Holy new personas, ponies!", which was a running gag used by Robin in the s live-action Batman series.
- Each of the Power Ponies is based on a hero/heroine from Marvel Comics or DC Comics.
- Spike's Hum Drum costume has a color scheme similar to that of Robin's.
- Saddle Rager's (Fluttershy) anger transformation ability is similar to that of The Incredible Hulk.
- Fili-Second's (Pinkie Pie) superpowers and costume are similar to that of the Flash.
- Mistress Mare-velous (Applejack) wields a lasso similar to that of Wonder Woman and gadgets similar to those of Batman.
- Zapp's (Rainbow Dash) powers are based on those of Thor and Storm.
- Radiance (Rarity) has creation powers similar to those of Green Lantern, although the color of her constructs is the same as that of the Star Sapphires, another group from the Green Lantern stories.
- Masked Matter-Horn (Twilight Sparkle) has powers loosely based on those of Cyclops of the X-Men, according to Jim Miller, though they are more varied in effect.
- Spike ends their victory by saying "Once again, the day is saved," which the narrator ends each episode with in The Powerpuff Girls.
- The title of the episode, as well as those of the comic and the superhero team, are a slight shout-out to the Power Rangers franchise.
- For more quotes, see the episode's transcript.
- Pinkie Pie: Pony power!
- Spike: Holy new personas, ponies!
- The Mane-iac: Power Ponies! [laughs] How kind of you to join us!
- Main cast: Huh?
- Spike: Fluttershy! You're Saddle Rager! Lose your temper, and you'll turn into a huge super-strong monster!
- Fluttershy: Oh, gosh! That wouldn't be very polite!
- Rainbow Dash: I was already awesome! And now we've all got superpowers!
- Twilight Sparkle: All right, Power Ponies, here's the plan. Rarity, you, me and—
- Rainbow Dash: Come on out, Mane-iac! Or the Power Ponies are comin' in!
- [thunder crash]
- Twilight Sparkle: So much for "element of surprise".
- Applejack: Time to Power Pony up!
- Pinkie Pie: Ooh! Nice catchphrase!
- Pinkie Pie: Tag you're it! Tag you're it! Tag you're it! Tag you're it!
- Fluttershy: Are you kidding me? I mean, I know you're evil and everything, but [getting frustrated] you hurt a teensy, little, harmless firefly?! Really?! Well you're just a great, big, meanie! [voice getting deeper] There! I said it! What makes you think you're so special?! Like the rules of common courtesy don't apply to you?! [voice getting even deeper] Why don't you pick on somepony your own size?!
- Pinkie Pie: Cupcakes?
- Rarity: How did you—
- Pinkie Pie: Eh, we had a good half second before we got sucked back out of the comic, and the Maretropolis bakery was only sixty-five blocks away!
- Power Ponies image gallery
- ↑This episode was originally erroneously titled as Super Ponies on Netflix, but it was later fixed.
v • eEpisodes, films, and animated shorts
- For the sixth episode of season four, see Power Ponies.
The Mane Six as the Power Ponies in Power Ponies; from left to right: Saddle Rager, the Masked Matter-Horn, Mistress Mare-velous, Zapp, Radiance, Fili-Second
|Kind||Unicorn (Masked Matter-Horn and Radiance)|
Earth (Mistress Mare-velous, Fili-Second, and Hum Drum)
Pegasus (Saddle Rager and Zapp)
|Sex||Female (all but Hum Drum) |
Male (Hum Drum)
Alfalfis (Mistress Mare-velous, formerly)
Zeppelin pilot (Radiance)
Scientist (Saddle Rager, formerly)
|Secret identities||Trot Summers (Masked Matter-Horn)|
Green Gardener (Radiance)
Marey Allen (Fili-Second)
Spruce Spanner (Saddle Rager)
The Power Ponies are a team of comic book superheroes who defend the fictional city of Maretropolis. They are mentioned in the episodes Power Ponies, Trade Ya!, Dragon Dropped, and The Last Problem, physically appear in IDW Publishing's My Little Pony Annual , and are detailed in Enterplay's trading cards. Their archenemy is the Mane-iac.
Development and production
Ted Anderson stated regarding My Little Pony Annual that "One of the stipulations of doing this issue about the Power Ponies was that the heroes were absolutely not just the mane six in different costumes. They had to be their own characters, both in personality and in looks", that Ben Bates "made sure to give them different color schemes and mane styles, as well as other small details (for example, Masked Matter-Horn has images of a mountain on the legs of her costume, instead of Twilight’s star)", and that Anderson's "concept for each of the characters was taking their mane six equivalent—Pinkie Pie for Fili-Second, Applejack for Mistress Mare-Velous,[sic] etc—and exaggerating all their negative characteristics to the point of dysfunction. So Radiance is incredibly vain and narcissistic, Zapp is self-important and egotistic, Mistress Mare-Velous[sic] is stubborn and uncooperative, etc. Except for Humdrum,[sic] of course, who’s basically Spike by another name."
Zapp being a princess named Aurora is notable in it being allowed while Starlight Glimmer's name was changed from "Aurora Glimmer" for similarity with Disney's trademarked Princess Aurora.
Depiction in the series
The Power Ponies' comic serves as the focus of the episode of the same name. Spike is fascinated by the team's fictional adventures and exploits, staying up late to read the comic. While reading the comic in the Castle of the Two Sisters, Spike reads a footnote on the inner back cover of the comic, causing a magic spell to suck him and the Mane Six inside its pages. The seven of them are transported to Maretropolis, the comic's main setting, and they assume the roles of the comic's titular heroes.
In the season four episode Trade Ya!, Spike goes with his friends to the Rainbow Falls Traders Exchange to trade a mint condition Power Ponies comic book for another mint condition comic. In the season five episode Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?, Rainbow Dash and Applejack once again appear as Zapp and Mistress Mare-velous respectively in Ponyville's collective dream. In the season nine episode Dragon Dropped, Spike and Rarity attend "Power Ponypalooza", a Power Ponies convention. Upon their return, Spike has a cart full of merchandise, and Rarity is dressed as the super-villain Mane-iac.
In The Last Problem, Twilight tries to convince Spike to take one of his Power Ponies comics with him when they move back to Canterlot.
Depiction in Equestria Girls
In the half-hour special Movie Magic, the Equestria Girls are mistakenly brought onto the set of a Power Ponies movie, with the girls cast as their pony counterparts' respective alter egos and Sunset Shimmer cast as the Mane-iac.
Depiction in the comics
On Friendship is Magic Issue #15 page 4, Spike mentions his and his friends' journey into a comic book.
In My Little Pony Annual , the original Power Ponies protect Maretropolis from evil and super-villainy. Though they appear to be a united team in public, they are shown to dislike one another and frequently argue in private. As a result, when the Mane-iac forms an alliance with other Maretropolis super-villains, their teamwork allows them to defeat the Power Ponies easily and strip them of their superpowers. It is only through Humdrum[sic]'s guidance on the teachings of friendship (which he learned from a television show) that the Power Ponies are able to become friends and a more cohesive unit. By working together, they outsmart and defeat the Mane-iac's league of evil and regain their superpowers. In Return of the Mane-iac, the Power Ponies' human world counterparts are verbally alluded to.
Friendship is Magic Issue #27's Hot Topiccover features Fluttershy as Saddle Rager.
In Friends Forever Issue #14, the Power Ponies are alluded to.
Friendship is Magic Issue #30's Comics & Ponies cover RE and 4CG Variant Edition cover each feature the Mane Six and Spike as the Power Ponies.
Friendship is Magic Issue #32's Jetpack Comics cover features Rainbow Dash as Zapp.
In Friendship is Magic Issue #66, Applejack wears her Mistress Mare-velous costume in the magic lantern adaptation of the Journal of Friendship.
In My Little Pony/Transformers Issue #1, Quibble Pants reads a comic titled Daring Do Meets the Power Ponies, and disparages it for the continuity issues involved.
Hub Network's online game Power Ponies Go features the Mane Six and Spike as the Power Ponies and playable characters. The player controls Twilight Sparkle/Masked Matterhorn[sic] in level 1, Rainbow Dash/Zapp in level 2, Rarity/Radiance in level 3, Applejack/Mistress Mare-velous in level 4, and Spike/Hum Drum (with Pinkie Pie/Fili-Second and Fluttershy/Saddle Rager as assist powers) in level 5.
My Little Pony (mobile game)
Gameloft's mobile game features a Pony Editor feature that allows players to dress up the Mane 6 in their Power Pony outfits. In update the Power Ponies, as seen in the annual, were added as separate characters. Their in-game bios are as follows:
The Power Ponies' scout and speedster. Runs fast, and gets bored faster.
The Power Ponies' trusty sidekick. He's been watching this show about friendship and magic latelyit's really inspiring!
The Power Ponies' team leader and tactician. Kinda-sort-of a huge know-it-all.
The Power Ponies' foremost villain-wrangler. With a psychic connection to her lasso, she fights evil asuhas uncooperatively as possible, apparently.
The Power Ponies' most bedazzling member. Don't even THINK about asking her to make energy constructs before she gets her mane curled.
The Power Ponies' muscle. Her secret: She's enraged ALL THE TIME. Except when she's sad. Or nervous. Or other emotions.
The Power Ponies' chief thundershaper, stormweaver, and secret princess. KIND of an extremely big deal.
Transported into Spike the Dragon's comic book, the ponies become the Power Ponies! Twilight Sparkle is Masked Matter-Horn. Applejack is Mistress Mare-velous. Fluttershy is Saddle Ranger[sic]. Pinkie Pie is Fili-Second. Rainbow Dash is Zap[sic], and Rarity is Radiance. They battle supervillain Mane-iac to save Maretropolis and return to Ponyville.
A collectible figure of Spike the Dragon as Hum Drum, along with a collectible figure of Mane-iac Mayhem, was made available at San Diego Comic-Con  and, following the convention, on HasbroToyShop.com.Playful Ponies brushable toys of the Mane Six as the Power Ponies were leaked in March–April ; at least Mistress Mare-velous Applejack, Zapp Rainbow Dash, Fili-Second Pinkie Pie, and Radiance Rarity are each Target exclusive. Fashion Style brushable toys of Zapp Rainbow Dash, Masked Matter-Horn Princess Twilight Sparkle, Saddle Rager Fluttershy, Fili-Second Pinkie Pie, and Mistress Mare-velous Applejack were also leaked in April
Enterplay trading card series 3 includes the Mane Six and Spike as the Power Ponies.
Funko Mystery Minis vinyl figures, some Hot Topic exclusives.[specify]
The Mane Six as the Power Ponies are featured on the WeLoveFine T-shirt "Power Ponies," and Fluttershy as Saddle Rager is featured on the formerly available T-shirt "Fluttershy Smash!"
Each member of the Power Ponies, with the exception of Hum Drum, has a superpower or supernatural ability.
The Masked Matter-Horn is the leader of the Power Ponies. She can generate a variety of energy beams from her horn, such as energy blasts and freeze rays. Twilight Sparkle assumes her role in the comic book.
Enterplay trading card PP1, a Power Ponies card of Masked Matter-Horn, gives her the description, "When it's time to Power-Pony-Up, Masked Matter-Horn is at the head of the herd! Trot Summers was just a little filly when she was hoofpicked to join Professor Celestia's School for Gifted Youth. With the Professor's guidance and training, Trot is now Maretropolis's greatest defender! The Masked MatterHorn can shoot all kinds of crazy power beams from her horn, but arguably her greatest power is leadership; she pulled together the Power Ponies to put the city's most fearsome villains on ice!"
In My Little Pony Annual , Masked Matter-Horn is a unicorn and not an Alicorn.
Mistress Mare-velous has a lasso that she can psychically control. She also makes use of restraining horseshoes called "hoofarangs."Applejack assumes her role in the comic book.
Enterplay trading card PP2, a Power Ponies card of Mistress Mare-velous, gives her the description, "Hailing from the ancient lost city of Alfalfis, Mistress Mare-velous is here to save the day! Every filly of Alfalfis is born with super strength, but the island's elders wish to remain secret from the rest of the world. Mistress Mare-velous believes their powers should not be hidden, but used for good, so she fled to aid the citizens of Maretropolis. She is psychically connected to her lasso, and it obeys her every command. The other Power ponies know when the going gets tough, Mistress Mare-velous has got their back!"
Radiance can create energy constructs, from tea sets to an umbrella to ice skates to virtually anything else, with her jewelry. She is obsessed with beauty and personal appearances and is mentioned to have appeared on the cover of three magazines.Her cutie mark is a single pink diamond. Rarity assumes her role in the comic book.
Enterplay trading card PP3, a Power Ponies card of Radiance, gives her the description, "Behold Radiance, our knight in shining accessories! When an alien superhero crashed landed in Maretropolis, it was the zeppelin pilot Green Gardener who came to his rescue. Her selfless heroism inspired him to retire to our world, and he gave his power bracelets to Gardener so she would serve as a shining example of goodness to all. These functional accessories gave her the ability to create solid objects and control them with her mind, and thus the bedazzling Radiance was born!"
Fili-Second is, according to Spike, the fastest pony in all of Maretropolis and can run a distance of miles in mere seconds. Pinkie Pie assumes her role in the comic book.
Enterplay trading card PP4, a Power Ponies card of Fili-Second, gives her the description, "When evil is afoot, FiliSecond is hot on its trail! Marey Allen was once just a brash young detective with the Maretropolis police department. She had almost cracked a huge case when a lightning bolt struck the chemical plant she was investigating, dousing her in a volatile mixture of substances and infusing her with the power to travel almost as fast as lightning itself! Now Marey Allen leads a double life as both the best detective on the Maretropolis PD and an unstoppable teammate of the Power Ponies!"
Saddle Rager can turn into a hulking monster with tremendous strength when she loses her temper. Fluttershy assumes her role in the comic book.
Enterplay trading card PP5, a Power Ponies card of Saddle Rager, gives her the description, "The incredible Saddle Rager is the strongest there is! Spruce Spanner was just a mild-mannered scientist before she had a 'little' accident. Her high-tech invention to treat animal illness overloaded, and she saved all of her patients at the expense of being exposed to mysterious radiation! Now, whenever Spruce sees the defenseless being mistreated (even just a teensy little firefly), she can't control her temper. She transforms into the Saddle Rager and makes sure those big meanies pick on somepony their own size!"
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