>>36822542>She walks into a room, everyone congratulates her on being an alicorn princess.
Er...no, that's just new characters calling her by her proper title.
Unless you'd like to argue that Aang is also a Mary Sue, since everyone also calls him by his title when they meet him for the first time. (and sometimes even afterward)
>If anything serious happened her victory is now unquestionable in-universe instead of improbable but guaranteed by the script.
That is called "plot armor", not Mary Sue, and ALL main characters in this show have it, not just Twilight. Because it's a kids' show, of course the protagonists are going to be successful. I think the only actually-confirmed death in the entire series was Sombra.
>She also has infinite wealth
And...wealth has very rarely, if ever, been relevant to an episode's story. And has never been relevant to any of Twilight's episodes. So I'm not sure what you're complaining about here.
>and immortality which makes some unfortunate implications since her friends are still mortal.
Again, kids show. Characters are not going to die.
Like I said, a character simply being powerful does not make them a Sue.
A Mary Sue is a complete god-character with absolutely no flaws (or if they do have flaws, they're seen as endearing and don't really bring the character down at all
), solves every single problem with ease, is loved and adored by everyone else, has a close relation with the main character(s), which usually extends into being a love interest for one of them as well. The term dates back to Star Trek fanfiction where people would write their own self-insert characters into the Star Trek universe and upstage the canon characters with their uber amazing overpowered OC.
Twilight has character flaws that aren't endearing. Twilight does not instantly solve any problem with ease. Twilight is not loved and adored by literally everyone. And she's the main character of the show, not a self-insert that comes in and upstages the pre-existing characters.
If we're looking at a scale of Sue-ness, she would register on it, but very low on it. But without a scale, just a "yes or no", then no, she's not a Sue at all.