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Reviewing the character of Fluttershy is certainly no easy task. After all, she's arguably the most-loved character within the show and the certified fan-favourite for many, so much so that criticising her character would lead to a lot of dissent amongst the masses. Indeed, finding something mean to say about Fluttershy would be reductive and not terribly necessary, as anyone who has watched "Friendship is Magic" for more than ten minutes knows how adorably sweet she is. And, in a show that actively promotes friendship, kindness and positivity, it would be counter-productive to insult Fluttershy, when she is the greatest embodiment of everything that the show represents.

But what is it about Fluttershy that makes her so appealing to many? It could be her graceful appearance: a subtle and soft yellow with the trademark long, pink tail and mane which serves as a protective barrier that she can frequently hide behind. After all, that namesake, Fluttershy, is not without merit, for her shy tendencies make her character. It is not unusual to find her hiding behind her long locks of hair to avoid contact with others; this can be seen in early episodes such as the Pilot, where her shyness is exaggerated for the purpose of introducing the show to these characters, but even during "Green Isn't Your Colour", Fluttershy still retreats behind her mane when Rarity makes demands of her that she finds difficult to accept.

If her shyness is her greatest foil, it is also the reason why many love Fluttershy. In "Dragonshy", Fluttershy's timidness is enough to make her jump at the sight of her own shadow, cowering in a bush for safety. In the same episode she struggles to gain the attention of the others, failing to raise her mellow voice above its gentle minimum in order to get people to listen to her. However, it's something of a miracle that Fluttershy does not come across as being a pathetic character in spite of these things. It would have been easy for the writers to make her an embarrassing character, and yet through inspired acts of bravery and triumph, Fluttershy's shyness is overcome in order to fulfil greater purposes. Although her personality does not explicitly change, it does undergo various alterations at the behest of her friends and the careful life-lessons that she experiences. When the eponymous dragon in "Dragonshy" attempts to harm her friends, Fluttershy plucks up courage from the depths of herself in order to verbally reprimand the dragon, in a way that none of the other ponies could. Her natural shyness belies her inner-power that, during various points throughout the season, are unsurpassed.

For example, Fluttershy is one of the most honest characters from the mane cast, having astonishing sincerity in her convictions and conversations. During "Suited for Success", it is Fluttershy who, when pressured by Rarity, goes on a large, breathless rant about the lack of quality in Rarity's dress for her, stomping her hoof and lifting her head with pride...only to suddenly remember her usual behaviour and insist that Rarity can once again retain creative control. It is these sudden bursts of passion that Fluttershy carries that makes her character more than just a petty individual. It is, quite simply, adorable when she threatens to shout and kick vases in frustration, only to have a very weak capacity to actually cause any major damage, and yet it provides evidence that she does have more outgoing emotions bottled up inside her, even if she doesn't often vent them.

In "The Cutie Mark Chronicles" we learn of Fluttershy's past, where she informs the audience that, as a filly, she was, quite understandably, shy. In filly-form, she is even cuter than her latter-day self, and the song, "So Many Wonders" that she sings, although her only solo performance in the season, is excellent in its execution in summarising her natural compassion. Fluttershy is interesting during this sequence and song, because we learn that although she struggles to interact with other ponies, she is more than comfortable to interact with creatures that she has never spoken to before but are in need of comforting. I'm sure that many of us can relate to the sort of character that Fluttershy is; the nervous and quiet sort who has a great love and passion for many facets of life, but cannot always express themselves adequately in a public forum. This is not to imply that Fluttershy's character suffers from any form of emotional repression: throughout the season, she appears to be quite level-headed, even if she at times seems to have a one-track mind when it comes to wildlife. As neurotic as some characters can be in the show, such as the spontaneous actions by Rarity and Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy is one of the more grounded characters, granting her an air of realism.

It is clear that Fluttershy loves animals; whether she's helping ducks cross the road or spring-cleaning Twilight's apartment with Angel in one of his many appearances during "The Ticket Master", Fluttershy rarely strays from her established love for all of the critters around her. This extends into her lyrical parts during songs such as "Winter Wrap-up" and "At the Gala", wherein during both songs she mentions a love of creatures and critters, and being gentle and kind to nature. Indeed, her incentive to attend the Grand Galloping Gala is so that she can meet the unique wildlife there, and it comes as no great surprise that during "Swarm of the Century" her love for the parasprites causes the commotion in Ponyville. When she decides to keep one remaining parasprite after Applejack and the others have helped rid Ponyville of the creatures, the fact that it duplicates itself and causes even more havoc is not a detriment to Fluttershy's personality: after all, everything that she does, she does out of love and kindness.

Fluttershy's love for animals is perhaps only matched by her adoration for the other ponies within the mane cast. There are some that she clearly has closer bonds to than others. In "Green Isn't Your Colour", it is revealed that Fluttershy and Rarity are best friends, a quality that is evident throughout the entire season and continues to be apparent in subsequent episodes, such as when it is revealed that she is the only one who can take care of Rarity's cat, Opalescence, when she needs grooming. In "The Stare Master", Fluttershy becomes the only pony who can control the Cutie Mark Crusaders and their turbulent, tenacious tendencies, relieving Rarity of the duty of having to look after the fillies whilst she fulfils a particularly difficult order. It is clear that the interaction between Fluttershy and Rarity is a great focus of the show, which is perhaps quite interesting given that their personalities are incredibly different. Whilst Rarity is very much a natural in the spotlight, lavishing attention, Fluttershy is the polar-opposite, spreading the message that diversity can lead to great friendships if both parties are mutually considerate towards one another's opinions and perspectives.

Some ponies, such as Rainbow Dash, initially appear less forgiving of Fluttershy and her timid ways. In "Dragonshy" particularly, Rainbow Dash grows angry at Fluttershy for dragging the team down, wishing that they could just leave her back in Ponyville. When Fluttershy slips up, such as tripping down the cliff-side and taking the others with her, it is Rainbow Dash who delivers a sarcastic quip to put Fluttershy down. In "Sonic Rainboom", their friendship seems to be a little tighter, and although Rainbow puts her down for not being able to cheer well, she at least respects that Fluttershy is trying her best. Twilight Sparkle, on the other hand, often seems impatient when it comes to Fluttershy at numerous points within the show, such as when Fluttershy drops a frog on her during "Feeling Pinkie Keen" whilst on the way to take them to Froggy Bottom Bog. Twilight does not at all seem amused by Fluttershy's behaviour, which is also evident in "A Bird in the Hoof" where Twilight discovers that Fluttershy's natural compassion has resulted in her stealing Princess Celestia's pet, Philomena. Although Twilight freaks out during this scene – perhaps not undeservedly – it is impossible to disapprove of Fluttershy's actions in this episode, especially when, after having potential punishments described to her by Twilight, she contends that the only thing she really cares about is making sure that Philomena recovers. It is noble and brave to have such a focus on helping others, even if it means making personal sacrifices, and it benefits Fluttershy's personality astronomically.

It's not just Phoenixs that Fluttershy has the power to interact with. All sorts of fantastic creatures cross her path, including a Manticore during the Pilot. Whilst the other ponies attempt to slay this beast, it is Fluttershy who finds the compassion to speak with the creature, during which time she learns that there is a thorn stuck in his paw. By removing this thorn and showing her kindness and generosity, the beast befriends her, and Fluttershy proves that violence is never as productive as understanding. Furthermore, Fluttershy, who against all odds enters the Everfree Forest in order to rescue the Cutie Mark Crusaders encounters a Cockatrice, and has the natural knowledge to overcome the creature, using a method similar to how she toppled the dragon previously. Seeing as the cockatrice was enough to overcome Twilight, a well-read and studious pony who would like to think that she knows a great deal about the dangers of Equestria, that Fluttershy and Fluttershy alone can overcome the beast through perseverance is no easy feat.

It is no great surprise that the fan-community have taken Fluttershy under their wing, adoring all of the subtle nuances that make her the cutest, cuddliest character in the show. On the surface she has the soft qualities of a shy Pegasus, but by digging deeper, we can see that Fluttershy has great strengths. She can keep promises to Rarity, despite hating having a career in fashion; she can retort to Pinkie Pie, arguably the most upbeat character, that she is a 'a year older than [her]' at the end of another of Pinkie's quirky comments. And, although a lot of people make a huge fuss over Fluttershy's behaviour during "The Best Night Ever", it honestly doesn't come as such a huge surprise to me that she behaves in this way.

"You're...going... to LOVE ME!" is perhaps Fluttershy's most infamous line, simply because it's so out-of-character. But is it really that odd to imagine Fluttershy growing frustrated when her dreams are not realised? Like all of the ponies she cares deeply about something – in her case, animals – and she has spent the entire season dreaming of what might await her at the Grand Galloping Gala. When it doesn't come true, she is understandably upset, and so her behaviour near the end of the episode, complete with squirrel-in-her-mouth, is merely a logical vent of her frustrations. The phrase, "It's always the quiet ones", seems fitting here; just because Fluttershy is inherently a generally quiet and reserved character, why shouldn't she be allowed to explode once in a while? It is refreshing to see her in this way, because it shows that, like all the other ponies, when pushed she is quite capable of becoming as impulsive and abrasive as anypony else. Ponies and people are never simple, and this episode reveals yet another side to Fluttershy's complex persona.

It is not as if Fluttershy will change because of this episode. In "Griffin the Brush-off", Gilda has the power to make Fluttershy burst into tears by bullying her, showing that she is still a vulnerable character at times in need of protecting. And protected she is! As divided as fans can be about who their favourite pony is, when Fluttershy is in trouble, the entire audience unite in looking out for her. She's the character that you want to protect and defend, and give a big hug when she's down. I can truly support this, and throughout the season there are so many occasions where she maintains her extreme cuteness: lines such as "Huffy the Magic Dragon" and "I'd like to be a tree" are so simple, and yet effective, that they show a humorous naïvety to her character.

It is therefore no great surprise that people of all ages love Fluttershy.  Although there are some excellent fan-made Fluttershy plushies ensuring that we can finally give her the snuggles she deserves, it's a shame that she doesn't at the time of writing have her own blind-bag pony model, instead serving as a Rainbow Dash recolour. It's unfair to Fluttershy, because she is in no way a minor character. And hell, she's not even that shy; just look at her stare-down those chickens in "The Stare Master", or stand up to the bullies berating Rainbow Dash in Cloudsdale, just as Rainbow Dash protected her during their filly years. She takes on a dragon all by herself and wins and risks potential banishment in order to help her fellow creatures. She is truly an altruistic character, the kind that we can rely on as always delivering the purity and honesty in "Friendship is Magic". To view her as merely a timid character would be an utter injustice; Fluttershy is so much more. She is brave, responsible and adorable. At times she can be overly emotional, short-tempered and – yes – even too shy for her own good, but her strengths lie in how she overcomes these behavioural traits.

There is no pony like Fluttershy – the sort of pony that everyone loves and adores. She may not be the hardest worker, like Rarity and Applejack, and she may not have the academic interests of Twilight Sparkle, but she carries the heart of the show firmly on her hooves: that of kindness, generosity and purity, of giving and sharing and loving and, most importantly, reminding us that the greatest pony does not need to be the conventionally bravest and strongest; they can be a beautiful, shy little Pegasus hiding bright, bubbly eyes behind waves of mane, nestled in a field with all of her animal friends, as represented by the three butterflies on her flank. To love Fluttershy is to love everything worth celebrating about love and life, with both the ups and downs embodied flawlessly in this one little pony.
My second character review - this time I'm tackling that adorable little Pegasus, Fluttershy! Everyone I've spoken to loves Fluttershy, and I couldn't wait to explore reasons why this is, and to observe the strengths that Fluttershy shows us.

Feel free to recommend who I should write about next. I hope you guys enjoy this one~
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dashofrainbow235 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2013  Hobbyist Filmographer
I think this needs to be updated especially after episodes such as Putting Your Hoof Down, Hurricane Fluttershy, and Keep Calm and Flutter On.
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2013
Don't let me stop you.
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MrKantus Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
Thanks for the help with my homework!
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Key-Somniorum Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012
I think in terms of concept, Fluttershy is my least favorite pony. It has less to do with her than it does with how the writers tackled her character. First, I feel like the element of kindness was a weak one to include, as all of the ponies are kind in their own unique way and most of the other elements stem from kindness. It's kind of redundant. It's like the "Heart" power in Captain Planet. Next, I feel like the writers too often take the easy way out with her character. It's easy to *appear* kind when you're simply too shy to stand up for yourself or raise your voice in general. In fact, we've seen that when she actually went overboard and gained the strength to speak up, she unleashed a barrage of insults at Pinkie Pie and Rarity that could only be summed up as the things she always wanted to say but didn't... and those things were far from kind. Being afraid to get caught up in conflict or being too afraid to defend yourself is simply not the same as being genuinely kind. I'm not saying that she isn't kind, but I would like it if the writers didn't always use her shyness as an excuse to stay out of negative situations where we could really see her express herself fully. They are allowing her slow character growth so I'm hoping that if another season comes we see more from her.
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Jirachichu Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Being the Element of Kindness isn't Fluttershy's choosing and if she weren't unkind in Putting Your Hoof Down thence wouldn't have learned anything
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Ferdrimmler Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2012
Fluttershy is adorable, but the writers too often avoid the hard work of dealing with her neurotic shyness by just giving her a few rage moments or brave moments for contrast. That's developing characters using color theory. It doesn't resemble real people.
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50shadesofPitchBlack Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
A very well written review...thought I'm probably one of the few that do not like Fluttershy, going more towards Gilda and Pinkie Pie :)
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Violanessa Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Fluttershy is amazing. Bravo on this review.
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I-gotta-cold Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2012
also the stupid smiley didnt take on the comment below.

I blame the griffins.
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I-gotta-cold Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2012
I can see how Fluttershy and Rarity would be best friends. One is the element of Kindness and the other, Generosity. Different sides of the same coin.

I think some of the reasons everyone likes her, and how can you not? Is not only is she kind, but also, unlike all her friends, she's humble. An admirable quality in anyone (anypony?)

No other pony cares for other creatures like she does. There is no turning her nose up at the lowly mouse who needs a cast on his leg. Or ignoring a monsters pain.

Be it forest animals or monsters all are the same in her eyes. Just poor animals that need some kindness. [link]

This world could use more people like her.
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neokiva Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
the moment i saw fluttershy in the first ep i was like awww shes sooo cute and then after a lil bit i wanted to protect her, and when gilda was bullying her i was omg you leave fluttershy alone you bitch! also nice review
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olihmajor Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2011
D'aaaawww... makes her sound even cuter...
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Thejboy88 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2011
I agree with everything you've said here.

While I don't have a favourite per se, I would, if given the choice to spend time with one of the case, probably pick Fluttershy, if only because she's seems the nicest one to spend time with.

And as for you comments regarding the audience looking out for her, I agree. Whenever something bad happens to her, every comment I read on YouTbe or DeviantArt or anyone else shows that everyone, no matter how much they may bicker amongst themselves, has got her back. She's just an incredibly lovable character. No-one and I mean no-one could hate her or want to see bad things happen to her.

Even a cynical old grouch like me was able to warm up to her.

In fact I suspect that she was specifically design to be the most adorable lovable character ever made in order to get more people into the series.

Certainly got me into it.
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Smores-The-Art-Wolf Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011
I love Fluttershy! Pinkie Pie is my favorite, but Fluttershy is just so darn adorable!

Very well put, it's pretty much her character.
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chaosblast321 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2011
well put
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gonzo22 Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2011
execellent job
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Thiefenz Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Third review I've read. It's pretty much how I saw Fluttershy.
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Styx284 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2011
Before I go any further, I feel compeled to say Awwwwwwwwwww, soooooo cute!!! That made me feel less manly, but I do not care anymore.

Moving on...

Loved your review, and I love Fluttershy, she's so sweet and her shyness just adds to her adorability. One thing that I love about her personality is that she is non-judgmental. In "Dragonshy" after she scolded the dragon, she comforted him by saying "You're not a bad dragon, you just made a bad decision". What we need in both fiction and reality is more of that refreshing attitude.
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2011
Yeah, I agree - or when she defends Rainbow Dash in Cloudsdale and asks the bullies to go and see Rainbow perform the Sonic Rainboom, only to add, "If you're free..."
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Jason-D3 Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011
Most loved character in the show?

I thought Rainbow Dash was the most popular one.

Great analysis by the way.
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2011
'arguably the most-loved character'

People keep ignoring the 'arguably' there.
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Ace2401 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
Fluttershy is best pony :D
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
I'm moar of an Applejack kind of guy >>
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Ace2401 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
XD

I could tell from your Applejack review. I love them all though, and I really want to see more Applejack in season 2. However, Fluttershy holds a special place in my heart, along with Rainbow Dash. Those two are untouchable in my eyes.
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ToadLink Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011
Yowzer! This is a great review. I am not even sure me and my friends combined, we are all pretty philosophical the 5 of us, can come up with a better review than this great work!
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
Thank you! I was hoping to have the most comprehensive character reviews on DeviantArt/the internet, so hopefully these will help towards that goal.
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ToadLink Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
Well you certainly are doing a great job achieving that goal. Keep up the good work.
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TheDragonWarlock Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011
It's true what you say. Even if Fluttershy isn't somepony's favorite pony everypony will defend her if she's in peril.
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011
I've seen some people issuing death threats to trolls hating on Fluttershy ;O
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TheDragonWarlock Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011
Damn! I won't go that far!
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kd7sov Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011
One thing that I've noticed - which further supports your analysis of "Best Night Ever" - is that over the course of the season, Fluttershy only asks (or tries to ask) for three things: "French haute couture, please", to stay home from the dragon, and to go to the gala. Technically she phrases some of her instructions to the CMC as requests, but they're clearly meant as instructions, and she doesn't consider the CMC her peers or superiors, so I don't think those count.

Three requests, then: one a modification of a favor already offered, one a manifestation of her greatest fear... and one, a chance to live a dream, which breaks her (however temporarily) in its failure.
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011
That's a brilliant slice of perception! With close analysis like that you could be doing my job for me x3 I completely agree, of course.
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Jrakob Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
she's arguably the most-loved character?
no I'm pretty sure Twilight Sparkle is.
love your review even if I don't agree with your opening statement.
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011
Hence the use of the word 'arguably'.
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Jrakob Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
should say, arguably "one of the most loved characters"
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011
Although you are entitled to your opinion, I do think you're being quite pedantic. As far as I've seen from frequent blog visits,questioning other bronies, Equestria Daily, Ponychan and so on, Fluttershy is certainly a contender for most-loved character.

Would it make you feel better if I edited that line?
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Jrakob Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
no, I got thicker skin than that. thanks for the gesture.
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011
I apologise if I sounded aggressive in my previous statements. I was under the impression that Fluttershy was the fan-favourite, but if you have evidence on the contrary then I may stand corrected. At any rate, I appreciate your positive comments on the rest of the review, and ask that in future reviews that I write, should you spot further inaccuracies, you inform me right away so that I can change them. My apologies if I came across as a bit of a jerk; I am glad that you read the review and gave me feedback. Thanks!
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Dylax16873 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011
I always look forward to these reviews of yours. They have all been excellent. You summed up exactly what I like about Fluttershy.

One thing I have always found interesting is how the two Pegasi react when stressed out. Fluttershy as shown in 'Green Isn't Your Color' and of course 'Best Night Ever' lashes out in anger. Wheres Dash in 'Sonic Rainboom' quietly curls up into a ball. At first glance seemingly total opposite of their base personalities.
Its just one of the many complexities of these characters that make me love FiM so much.
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011
Thank you so much for the feedback! To hear you calling my reviews 'excellent' is certainly an encouraging act of praise!

I also find it interesting that Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy respond as polar-opposites during scenes of stress. Fluttershy is naturally reserved, but has an explosive personality when she needs to - even in minor circumstances, such as when she handles the Cutie Mark Crusaders in "The Stare Master", she has the ability to shout. Rainbow Dash, on the other hand, has proven that she can't handle stress particularly well at all, but rather than becoming explosive simply enters a nervous state of insecurity.

I agree with your observations entirely :3
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StarredDust Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
It was a Cockatrice not a chicken it's a real mythical creature look it up, but otherwise great review
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011
Actually, I mentioned the cockatrice. The staring down the chickens is something that she does do in that episode when they all start going crazy in her pen. She then leads them back into their barn. Watch the episode again and you will see.
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StarredDust Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
your right sorry
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Greenfox8892 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
That character review was spot on and did justice for Fluttershy's character.
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011
Thanks a whole bunch :3
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Greenfox8892 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome.
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MaxAyson Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
Once again spot on :D can't wait to see which charecter gets the spotlight next, im looking forward to all the charecters reviews (as my faves already been done, apllejack) but imparticular pinkies should be interesting as she is random and comes across as the wildcard thats just for comic releif (who has an apparent hatred of the 4th wall) but she deffinitly shows deeper meaning to her charecter, and is one've the characters that is fully fleshed out last, like in the cutie mark chronicles where it shows she wasn't always the modern pinkie, and in 25 when the imfamous pinkamena comes to fore, and shows an alternative pinkie. So yeh thats im deffo looking forward to pinkies but any order'll do :D
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011
Pinkie Pie will certainly be an interesting character to cover. I predict her review might be even longer than everyone elses, simply because there's so much to say about her o.o Thanks for the encouragement!
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eeveelutionftw Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Student Digital Artist
i love it and could u do rainbow dash next please
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Cuddlepug Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011
I think Rarity might be the next pony that I cover, but Rainbow Dash can certainly be soon :3
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