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>Still, might as well post it here now so that you can see where I was going with it. Happy Halloween, Fillychan!
So the Filly types like to dress up as each other? A good concept, at least.
My household has unspeakable amounts of leftover candy and imitation orange squash, so there's actually a chance we'll be dealing out candy this year, instead of switching off all tspookyghts and hide in the basement like we usually do.
>Feel free to suggest some more questions and stuff. It's just an early draft, so I've probably written something incorrect, feel free to correct that kind of stuff too.
One that comes to mind is "Why are all the characters princes and princesses?". I don't think it has a surefire answer, but I'll go with "Though it was a prominent part of early marketing, it's barely been mentioned ever since or even before, to the point where it's assumed that they aren't all royal anymore and that it isn't a big topic anymore. Cedric is a prince as a part of the Filly Princess heritage line, but the other main characters aren't known to have titles.".
Also, I actually am a G3 expert, though it's been a while since I've watched it. From my point of view, they share a focus on castles and a similar technology level (excluding a CD player from Starsong & The Magic Dance Shoes), but differs heavily on the characters' mental ages, FF's lack of verbal tics, and that most G3 ponies lack personal magic (Lily Lightly being an exception).