Characters / Friendship Is Magic: Major Villains
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They are theantagonists of the show. They activelynote when they're not banished or turned into stone, that is seek to conquer Equestria, bend its pony denizens to their will and eliminate those who stand in their way of world domination, such as the Princesses and the Elements of Harmony.
See here for the ex-antagonists.
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- All There in the Manual: A lot of what happens to the villains beyond their initial appearances that the show doesn't cover (save the Season 5 finale, which were Alternate Timelines) is covered in the comic book series. Likewise their pasts are shown as well in the mini-series, My Little Pony: FIENDship Is Magic. Though if they're considered canon or not is up to interpretation.
- Queen Chrysalis is revealed to have been blasted far away from pony civilization and into a town of sickeningly cute kitten creatures. She and her kind feed on them and take over their village before she tries to take revenge on Twilight for her defeat by kidnapping the CMC, hoping to force Twilight into becoming her new servant. It fails when Twilight beats her in a battle and Chrysalis is imprisoned. She manages to escape some time later after tricking Twilight into freeing her. After the events of "To Where and Back Again", Chrysalis still remained at large and wouldn't show up again till "The Mean 6" in the main series before finally becoming a threat once more following her team up with Grogar, Tirek and Cozy Glow.
- Whatever force that turned Luna into Nightmare Moon has it's army, the Nightmare Forces, kidnap Rarity to use as it's new avatar to attack Equestria. It fails and is seemingly permanently dissipated when Luna and the Mane Six convince Rarity that they'll never abandon her and, with no more fear or resentment to feed from, is vanquished. It also reveals she spent her 1000 year banishment giving nightmares to ponykind as revenge, explaining her infamy despite how quickly she was defeated in the show.
- Sunset Shimmer's redemption and story was shown in the following Equestria Girls movies, Rainbow Rocks and Friendship Games. But the comics go into more detail about her past with Celestia, how she ended up in the human world and her first encounter with the Humane Five.
- King Sombra manages to regain his form from one of his pieces left over after being initially vaporized with the help of Radiant Hope, a Crystal Pony who was his childhood friend. He manages to reclaim the Crystal Empire and defeat the heroes, before revealing his endgame is to free his true kind, the Umbrum or Shadow Ponies, from underneath the Crystal Palace. Thanks to Radiant Hope acting as his Morality Chain who convinces him he doesn't have to be evil, however, he turns on and reseals the Umbrum nearly at the cost of his life. The princesses save him and Sombra gains a true pony form, redeeming him and allowing him to be with Radiant Hope, as they set out on a journey through Equestria to restore Princess Amore, a pony Sombra had crystallized and smashed during his evil days in the past. This was rendered non-canon later following the season 9 premiere however which had Grogar bring him back to life and Rarity state he was destroyed despite witnessing his resurrection.
- Ambiguous Disorder: Most of them, especially Chrysalis and Cozy Glow, seem to have Narcissistic Personality Disorder, being so entitled and power-hungry that they completely disregard others and are willing to usurp a kingdom for their own desires.
- Antagonist Abilities: Most of the villains are armed with "unfair" powers, including:
- Nightmare Moon: Intangibility, Master of Illusion, Smoke Out, Trap Master.
- Discord: Mind Manipulation, Powers Do the Fighting, Reality Warping, Summon Magic, Trap Master, Villain Teleportation, World-Wrecking Wavenote Can instantly turn the land around him into a World of Chaos..
- Queen Chrysalis: Emotion Eater, Mind Manipulation, Power Nullifiernote Her throne in "To Where and Back Again"., Shapeshifting.
- King Sombra: From a Single Cellnote Regenerates at least once during "The Crystal Empire," and his horn is used to bring him Back from the Dead in the comics., Intangibility, Mind Manipulation, Power Nullifier, Reality Warpingnote But seemingly limited to the Domain Holder variety, unlike Discord's., Smoke Out, Trap Master, World-Wrecking Wavenote His presence begins turning the Crystal Empire into a Mordor, and his Bad Future in "The Cutie Re-Mark" shows the rest of Equestria following suit (now covered in his signatures: Black Magic crystals and a Red Sky, Take Warning)..
- Lord Tirek: Energy Absorption, Power Nullifier, Power Parasite, Reality Warpingnote After enough Energy Absorption (especially against Discord), that is. Though he only uses it twice: to open a portal to Tartarus (to trap three of the Princesses), and then to summon Twilight's friends trapped in giant orbs (to force her into a Sadistic Choice)..
- Starlight Glimmer: Deflector Shields, Long-Range Fighter, Power Nullifier, Time Masternote Her Wrong Context Magic alteration of Star Swirl the Bearded's Time Travel spell from "It's About Time"..
- Cozy Glow: Badass Normal, The Chessmaster, Geometric Magic, Power Nullifier, Xanatos Speed Chess
- Apple of Discord: In the second half of season 9, Chrysalis, Tirek and Cozy Glow work to undermine the peace between the three pony tribes. By the time of "The Ending of the End", the three races have become so divided that it causes the Windigos to return.
- Arc Villain: They each act as the main antagonist of a particular story arc, variably at the beginning or end of a season.
- Bad Future: Each past Arc Villain gets a different one where they rule supreme due to the absence of the Mane Six during the SeasonFive Finale.
- Nightmare Moon is shown ruling over an endless night in Equestria.
- Discord is shown tormenting Celestia and Luna from afar, ruling over a truly chaotic Equestria.
- Queen Chrysalis also appears to be ruling over Equestria, Twilight and Spike get caught up in her and her changelings trying to stop out La Résistance.
- King Sombra regains his complete power over the Crystal Empire, re-enslaves the Crystal Ponies, brainwashes them into being his personal army, and then set out to conquer Equestria.
- Twilight and Spike see Lord Tirek destroying a forest from afar. They don't stick around long enough to know just what else he has done in this timeline.
- Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: The members of Grogar's Legion of Doom. Cozy Glow (Beauty) is a Deliberately Cute Child who uses her cuteness to fool others, Chrysalis (Brains) is an intelligent queen who came extremely close to conquering Equestria twice, and Tirek (Brawn) seeks to regain his "huge physique" after being freed from Tartarus.
- Beyond Redemption: All the members of Grogar's Legion of Doom are deemed to be this by Celestia during the season 9 finale, due to all their crimes and their refusal to ever stop or change their ways. As a result, Celestia, Luna, and Discord turn the three of them to stone as punishment for all they have done.
- Bright Is Not Good: Starlight Glimmer and Cozy Glow are ponies, and naturally just as bright colored and cute as all the others. They end up being majorly dangerous villains. Starlight Glimmer subverts this, however, and Cozy Glow plays it totally straight.
- Character Death: As far as "death" goes for the series at least. In the Season 9 finale, Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow are deemed irredeemable, and are subjected to the harshest PG punishment possible: Being turned to stone, presumably for eternity.
- Dark Is Evil: Aside from Discord, Starlight Glimmer and Cozy Glow, every villain incorporates black into their color schemes and otherwise has a dark appearance (though Chrysalis can transform into a form that isn't dark).
- Dramatically Missing the Point: In the S9 finale, Tirek, Chrysalis and Cozy manage to sow distrust in the pony species, making them so resentful and fearful of each other that it weakens the guard around the castle and prevents aid from coming to the Mane Six when they take the heroes on, and mock Twilight and state that fear is more powerful then friendship since self-preservation is likewise a thing. While not wrong, they fail to take into account two things. 1) The unity of the pony species is the only thing keeping the Windigos from reappearing and freezing the land. Even with all the power at their disposal, the fact that the three likewise can't get along meant their plans for conquest were doomed from the get go if they had indeed triumphed over the heroes, which would've ensured Equestria's destruction. And 2) Fear is not the end all be all emotion they think it is and can be overcome given enough time. Once the students of the friendship school rouse their respective races to fight for their survival, nearly all of Equestria's creatures come to support the Mane Six in the final battle, not only saving them but giving Twilight enough time to realize how to defeat the villains.
- Enemy Mine: This is ultimately the agreement that Tirek, Cozy Glow, and Chrysalis come to in season 9. Once they start bonding they realize they hate Twilight and her friends more than they hate each other and are willing to work together to destroy them. However, they refuse to become friends out of pride and refusal to accept the Magic of Friendship, and none of them can agree to a long-term alliance without being the leader of the group themselves. They agree to keep working together until they can betray Grogar and destroy their common enemies, then they can rule separately and go back to trying to destroy each other as well. By the time of the finale, their alliance begins to break apart due to their own in-fighting, since they are running out of common enemies to face together.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: No matter how close they come to victory, The Power of Friendship (and occasionally The Power of Love) blindsides them and spells their doom after they've written it off as empty hope. Grogar on the other hand realizes this weakness and attempts to use this to his advantage, by getting his own group of villains to work together. That doesn'twork either.
- Evil Is Bigger: Most of the major villains are bigger then the average pony. Starlight Glimmer and Cozy Glow are the exceptions, since the former is a semi-ordinary unicorn and the latter is a pegasus filly. Ultimately, Starlight ends up pulling a HeelFace Turn.
- Evil Is Hammy: Almost every villain in the show is extremely dramatic and over-the-top in their own way and oftentimes, it's quite hilarious.
- Evil Is One Big, Happy Family: Zigzagged. When Grogar forms his Legion of Doom, the individual members are a bunch of raging jerks barely kept together by Grogar's threats of violence. They do prove capable of working together and bonding over their mutual hatred of the heroes, though. In the Season 9 finale, they argue and bicker more than ever due to running out of common enemies to face together. On the other hand, they have discovered the magic of friendship with each other well enough for the rainbow magic to merely strip them of their enhanced powers, nothing more, even though they didn't let it reform them. It's Discord and the Princesses who later turn them into stone.
- Fangs Are Evil: To date, every major villain except Starlight Glimmer and Cozy Glow has fangs. Or in Discord's case, a fang. Later averted with the changelings (save Chrysalis) who perform a HeelRace Turn and ditch the fangs in the Season 6 finale "To Where and Back Again".
- Failure Is the Only Option: Enforced. A general rule of thumb considering the subject matter. The villains are only allowed to do three things: 1) Appear 2) Cause trouble and maybe 3) Come close to winning. When it comes to actually succeeding, that just isn't happening. About the most "victory" they can get is gettingaway after their defeat, but it is costly, and trying again will only result in inevitable failure once more. Grogar's Legion of Doom doesn't even get the chance to try again.
- The Good Guys Always Win: The villains come close to victory, some come closer than others, but in the end, they always lose. If they ever manage to subvert defeat and come back for another round, they usually end up becoming good guys themselves. Discord and Starlight Glimmer being the prime examples.
- Lack of Empathy: None of them show much care for anyone threatened or harmed by their actions. Even the changelings, whom feed off love, only regard it as food, and were blindsided by it being used against them.
- Monster of the Week: The villains more or less show up at the beginning or end of the season and then very rarely show up again, usually to be the monster of the week once more.
- Mysterious Past: Many of them have very little back story, if any at all. Discord, Chrysalis, Sombra, and Cozy Glow are the most notorious examples of this. The Friendship Is Magic comics fill in the blanks for most of them, though the comics are Loose Canon.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: The list goes: Nightmare Moon, Discord, Queen Chrysalis, King Sombra, and Lord Tirek. Subverted with Starlight Glimmer and Cozy Glow, but then that's theentire idea. Starlight Glimmer then ends up subverting this again when she truly becomes a good guy, but Cozy Glow... doesn't.
- Near-Villain Victory: These guys admittedly come dangerously close to victory. That's about it though when it comes to their overall success. They don't get much credit beyond that. The Legion of Doom come closer than any others; they spread distrust and hatred among the pony tribes, defeat, capture and/or De-Power Equestria's heroes save for Twilight, and when the Mane Six attempt a counter-attack, the villains force them to surrender by threatening Spike. If not for The Cavalry assembled by the School of Friendship students stepping in just in time, it would have been all over for the Mane Six.
- Obviously Evil: Scroll down the page; none of these characters could be mistaken for heroes (except for Cozy Glow, who actually used to be on the One-Shots page). Even Starlight Glimmer looks creepy thanks to The Unsmile she's constantly giving.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Save for Queen Chrysalis, Starlight Glimmer and Cozy Glow, every villain so far has been an old enemy of Celestia's that was defeated and sealed away years ago, and has now broken free. Grogar was defeated and sealed before Celestia and Luna's reign. Although, in the comic series, Chrysalis applied for this when she was defeated and imprisoned within her own castle at the end of her arc, temporarily putting her out of commission until the FIENDship Is Magic micro-series. It eventually turns out that according to FIENDship Is Magic, Queen Chrysalis and her minions were this trope. Celestia defeated them in the past and sealed them in a volcano until they eventually escaped by tricking a dragon.
- Shadow Archetype: Each villain embodies certain themes that are total antithesis to the shows theme of friendship. Nightmare Moon embodies jealousy, Discord is disharmony, Chrysalis is selfishness, King Sombra is tyranny, Tirek is pride, Starlight Glimmer is resentment, intolerance and vengeance, and Cozy Glow is manipulation through false friendships.
- The Social Darwinist: In "The Ending of the End — Part 1", Chrysalis, Tirek and Cozy Glow's gloating to Twilight has shades of this, telling her that in the face of fear it is everyone for themselves and there is no room for friendship.
- Story-Breaker Power: If the show wasn't rated TV-Y and didn't have strict rules to follow, they'd easily end it if they wanted. The villains have clearly proven to be exceptionally powerful and cunning, even more so than the Ponies, but someone or something always sidewinds them to their defeat.
- Take Over the World: While their motivations for doing so vary, inevitably their goals are to conquer Equestria and/or depose Celestia and Luna.
- This Is My Side: Discussed briefly among the members of the Legion of Doom. While they agree to work together for the time being, their pact is only until they betray Grogar and defeat the Mane Six. Afterwards, they agree to divide the conquered land among the three of them and rule their own kingdoms separately, never having to see each other again.
- Too Powerful to Live: In general, the main villains tend to be so powerful and aggressive that leaving them around after their debut episodes isn't an option, as the magnitude of the threats they present and their generally... unreasonable... attitudes would force the story to keep revolving around them and their actions if they remained active afterwards. As such, they are almost always removed or neutralized once their two-parter is over, with a few exceptions including the alternate timelines in "The Cutie Re-Mark", to allow the show to return to the light comedy, slice of life and less life-or-death adventures that make up the bulk of its episodes.
- Nightmare Moon, a match for Celestia in terms of power and devoted to her goal of casting Equestria into eternal night, is turned back into Luna at the end of the premiere. She only briefly returns in dreams and flashbacks afterwards.
- Discord is easily the most innately powerful of the villains, and can seemingly ignore anything done to him by anything beyond the Elements of Harmony or Tirek's Mana Drain. He's turned back into a statue at the end of "The Return of Harmony" and brought back to imprisonment, and only returns when his HeelFace Turn removes his status as someone whom the main characters would have to oppose.
- Queen Chrysalis, who mounted a full invasion and takeover of Equestria's capital, is hurled out of the country by a magic blast. After her return a few seasons later, she remains at large, but with her threat level severely diminished by the loss of her army and kingdom after their HeelFace Turn. She is finally turned to stone for her crimes.
- King Sombra, who tyrannized the Crystal Empire with plans to expand, gets Killed Off for Real. And in his return seasons later, he managed to brainwash countless ponies, destroy the Tree and Elements of Harmony, and nearly initiated a one-pony takeover of the Crystal Empire and Equestria as a whole before getting Killed Off for Realagain.
- Tirek, who managed to drain the magic of every pony in Equestria and Discord to boot, becoming temporarily the most powerful being in Equestria, is stripped of his power and sent back to Tartarus. He also receives the stone treatment for eternity.
- The Pony of Shadows, a shadowy Animalistic Abomination whose powers are never fully explored but who plans on taking over the whole world, is convinced to abandon his dark powers and goes back to being a normal pony, with said dark powers being sealed away.
- The Unreveal: It's unknown if the trio are still in stone by the epilogue or if any of them were ever released.
- Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Nightmare Moon is the one aversion since the show had yet to set its tone, everyone since has been increasingly this. Queen Chrysalis has the honor of being the trope's page image.
- Villain Team-Up: In Season 9, Grogar summons Queen Chrysalis, Lord Tirek and Cozy Glow, demanding that they work together to conquer Equestria.
- You Can't Thwart Stage One: The villains always succeed in their most basic plans and gain an advantage. Come the end, however, inevitable failure begins taking over and it all comes crashing down.
Voiced by:Tabitha St. Germain
An evil and wicked creature born from dark magic fueling Princess Luna's jealousy and bitterness. Her desire to create a never-ending night forced Princess Celestia to use the Elements of Harmony to imprison her in the moon, seemingly for eternity. However, after one thousand years, the stars help her to escape, and this time, she attacks first, leaving Equestria stuck on night time. After a short rampage, she is defeated and purified of her darkness by Twilight Sparkle and her friends.
In the comics, it turns out that Nightmare Moon was the product of Luna being corrupted by an outside entity preying on her unhappiness in having her night ignored, nor was she the first. FIENDship Is Magic #4 had her corrupt the inhabitants of the moon into the Nightmare Forces, who would enable her return. See the Expanded Universe characters page for more.
- Adaptational Villainy: From the comics, FIENDship Is Magic has her, in one issue, do more evilness than in all her appearances on the show. She played a False Friend to the Nyx, corrupts them into the Nightmare Forces, and spent her entire 1000 year imprisonment plaguing ponykind with nightmares as revenge. Contrasts the show, which is reducing the evil she was implied to have achieved or be capable of.
- Affably Evil: In her Bad Future from "The Cutie Re-Mark Part 2". She's surprisingly polite and reasonable for an evil megalomaniac. Not to mention that her Bad Future is by far the least "bad" of all the timelines (Rarity even comments that Nightnare Moon's castle "isn't open for view" at the moment, implying that it is somewhat of a touristic attraction).
- Alto Villainess: Voiced with a low-pitched female voice.
- Arch-Enemy: Treats Celestia as this. The Mane Six are viewed mostly as annoying children and the challenges she sends them are largely indirect and non-deadly. When she and Celestia faced off 1000 years ago however, Nightmare Moon wanted nothing more than to kill her immediately.
- Arc Villain: The main antagonist of the opening two-parter.
- Awesome Mc Coolname: Nightmare Moon is admittedly a pretty awesome name.
- Beam Spam: Her first act after transforming is to start randomly blasting everything in sight with her magic. It's also her main means of attack against Celestia.
- Beneath the Mask: The evil and confident Nightmare Moon was actually a scared pony who missed her sister.
- Big "NO!":
- She does this when she is blasted with the Elements of Harmony, twice.
- She also does it when Twilight escapes from her Bad Future in "The Cutie Remark, Part 2".
- Bling of War: Decked out in an elaborate helmet, gorget (collar) adorned with Luna's moon sigil, and boots with a fleur-de-lis pattern.
- Cain and Abel: The Cain to Celestia's Abel.
- Classic Villain: Envy and Wrath.
- Cold Ham: In her first appearance especially. Even in her more reserved moods, Nightmare Moon gleefully plays to her audience.
- Dark Action Girl: She manages to hold her own against Celestia, which forces her to use the elements to seal her away.
- Dark Is Evil: In contrast to Luna being The Sacred Darkness.
- Dark Magical Girl: She is driven to evil by jealousy and eternal loneliness, gets a Plot-Relevant Age-Up and green eyes, dons a goth-esque outfit, and is promptly sealed away for a thousand years. When she escapes, she uses her powers to fight the even younger Magical Girl sent unwittingly to redeem her, who defeats her with The Power of Friendship and reunites her with her sister.
- Darth Vader Clone: Her backstory is somewhat similar to Anakin Skywalker's, her status as a Fallen Hero who pulls a HeelFace Turn, and her design (her black and blue armour and deep voice) and relationship to her sister.
- Decomposite Character: Her goal is somewhat similar to Tirac's.
- Depending on the Writer: In the comics, she is the product of somethingpossessing Luna. The cartoon presented her transformation as purely Luna's decision and power at work, and has yet to even imply that outside forces were involved. Albeit the cartoon does show Luna having a shocked expression as she begins transforming, indicating at the very least that she did not intend to become Nightmare Moon or did not realize what would happen when she did. Product of something possessing Luna or not, the way the black mist appears around Luna as she begins transforming suggests that whatever turned her into Nightmare Moon did not come from Luna herself. However, Jim Miller would say during an AMA on twitter that Nightmare Moon is simply Luna's dark half born from burying her feelings and resentment towards her sister until it became Nightmare Moon, and thus was always part of Luna.
- Dick Dastardly Stops to Cheat: She quickly learned where the Elements of Harmony were and could get to them much faster than the Mane Cast. She had no reason to even bother with the Mane Cast at all, let alone try to deal with them indirectly through proxies, traps and illusions. Yet she went after them anyway, and in doing so helped prove their worthiness to wield the Elements.
- The Dreaded: During her absence she has become ponykind's boogeyman. "Nightmare Night" is dedicated to how scary she is.
- Driven by Envy: According to the Creation Myth, the problem started when she grew jealous of how their subjects went out and enjoyed the daytime but slept through her beautiful nights.
- Early Installment Weirdness: Her first appearance presented her as more of a Cold Ham with a deep reserved voice. After Princess Luna's personality had been established, later appearances made her more of an evilmirrorof her, as well as benefiting from the show's increasing Animation Bump and gaining more details to her design such as fangs.
- Evil Counterpart:
- For both Celestia (sun/moon, day/night, etc.) and Luna (see The Sacred Darkness).
- Her Shadowbolts form is this to the Wonderbolts.
- Evil Former Friend: Towards Princess Celestia. She used to be a co-ruler, prior to her FaceHeel Turn.
- Evil Is Bigger: Turning into Nightmare Moon makes her about the same size as Celestia.
- Evil Is Hammy: While hammy, "Luna Eclipsed" subverts this by showing Luna was hammier before she turned evil.
- Evil Laugh: A big fan of it; see her page quote.
- Evil Plan: Eternal Night, with an era of evilas a side dish! Not to mention it would've actually killed every living thing under the sky.
- The Evil Princess: She is in a literal sense an "evil princess", but her position seems to (and was supposed to) be that of a queen. There isn't anyone higher in position than hers to overthrow with the exception of her equal and fellow princess, Celestia.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Has a throaty, regal and commanding voice.
- Exotic Eye Designs: Hers look more like dragon eyes than pony eyes.
- The Fair Folk: Nightmare Moon's legend post-Elements was told like this. Disguise yourself so she cant recognize you, give her a candy offering so she could fill her stomach with that instead of you, and above all, never piss her off. Only then she may just might decide against devouring everyone on Equestria... until next year, that is.
- Fangs Are Evil: Nightmare Moon's original design didn't have fangs, but the Nightmare Night portrayals of her do. Beginning with Season 4's flashback to Luna's transformation, her design was updated to include fangs.
- Fisher King: Naturally, when she seizes control of Equestria, the land is plunged into never-ending darkness.
- Fleur de Lis: Her boots and collar appear to have this integrated into their design.
- Fusion Dance: The fusion of Luna and the Nightmare Forces, as revealed in the comics.
- God of Evil: Downplayed; there is nothing evil about night or dreams (again see The Sacred Darkness) but she uses them for evil.
- God Save Us from the Queen!: Even though she's called a princess, her power, as with Celestia, is that of a queen. Word of God states that it was due to Executive Meddling to prevent this very trope from being invoked that Celestia and Luna were given the title of Princess. Nightmare Moon remains a straight example of this regardless of title change.
- Gone Horribly Wrong: She was born of Princess Luna's resentment of her sister, Celestia, being appreciated more than her. Her actions left Celestia the universally lovedBig Good and her being banished and forgotten; backfiring in every way.
- Good Eyes, Evil Eyes: Glowing Eyes of Doom with Hellish Pupils, definitely evil.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Has feathery wings like any Pegasus, but they're drawn with a noticeably more bat-like outline.
- Hellish Horse: Unlike Luna, she's truly malevolent and frightening.
- Hellish Pupils: Has vertically slitted pupils.
- Hot Goddess: For the same reason as Princess Celestia and Princess Luna, considering that Nightmare Moon is their Evil Counterpart.
- Large Ham: Like most of the villains in this show, she loves to ham it up and particularly when making declarations of victory.
- A Lighter Shade of Black: Say what you will about her level of evil, in the "The Cutie Re-Mark - Part 2" her Bad Future is the least horrifying of the major villains (arguably excluding Discord's), and she's actually quite reasonable and polite with Twilight (though her intentions are still quite clearly sinister, and she does take Spike hostage).
- Meaningful Name: She rules the moon and is most certainly a thing of nightmares. "Sleepless in Ponyville" revealed Luna has power over dreams, meaning her evil self can give others nightmares.
- Menacing Stroll: Performs a brief one towards Celestia shortly after her transformation.
- More Than Mind Control: According to the comics, Luna was corrupted by being told she could use Nightmare Moon's power to force ponies to respect the night like she desired.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Nightmare is enough.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: When Twilight Sparkle sets off with her new friends to find the Elements of Harmony, they only have a partial idea of what they are looking for. Nightmare Moon's attempts to stop them provide the clues that are needed to figure out the rest of the missing information. With the comics in consideration, this may be justified. For when Nightmare Moon tried to stop Twilight and her friends, Luna may have been Fighting from the Inside.
- The Night That Never Ends: Her ultimate goal.
- Offstage Villainy: The Bad Future where she rules is implied to be worse than King Sombra's or Queen Chrysalis's. From what we see of it, it is the most peaceful and intact timeline (not even showing the damageWord of Godclaimed eternal night would bring), and she shows less cruelty to her subjects and others than any other villain.
- Oh, Crap!: When Twilight Sparkle discovers the sixth element of magic and the mane six proceed to use the Elements of Harmony to stop her.
- One-Winged Angel: Serves as this for Princess Luna.
- Paint It Black: Luna's coat turned completley black after she became Nightmare Moon
- The Power of Hate: According to Word of God, she came to be because Princess Luna envied her sister to the point of irrational hatred.
- Pragmatic Villainy: In the bad future where she was victorious and rules over Equestria, she's the only villain who's even remotely pleasant to her subjects. After all, how can they adore and admire her if she treats them with scorn and cruelty?
- Prehensile Hair: Her mane and tail are made up of the purple smoke stuff she's also capable of entirely transforming into; it can move as she pleases. She most notably uses her mane to flick Rarity on the chin when she makes her appearance in Ponyville.
- Psycho Electro: Her lightning powers accompany her hammy moments. Although they aren't solely for show; on her very first appearance, she knocks out a few pegasus guards with lightning bolts.
- Punny Name:
- Nightmare Moon. Oddly enough, the word "nightmare" is etymologically derived from "mare", as the original word meant both "terror", "horses", and "doom", and was associated with mythological beasts which trampled people as they were sleeping. As such, it's not really a pun.
- She went mad from jealousy and The Mare of the Moon was a lunatic.
- Also her change of name. Luna is Latin (and Spanish) for "moon".
- The dark areas or "seas" of our moon are all named "Mare something-or-other". It's too bad they're not pronounced the samenote "mare" is Latin for "sea" and is pronounced "mah-ray".
- Repressive, but Efficient: In The Cutie Re-Mark, the Bad Future in which Nightmare Moon succeeded in taking over Equestria has her running the kingdom as a functional society, unlike all the other villains' futures. She's also notably the only one to have members of the Mane Six willingly helping her.
- The Resenter: She's jealous of her sister gaining attention from everypony since they're awake to see the sun rise, but not when she raises the moon.
- Retcanon: Given she was originally defeated before doing anything worse than briefly KO Princess Celestia, it's nigh-impossible to rationalize Nightmare Moon's infamy and Princess Luna's guilt demonstrated in "Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?" unless one accepts Nightmare Moon's actions in the comics as canon.
- Sanity Slippage: In the Bad Future where she won in "The Cutie Remark", she's noticeably more manic, with a constant bug-eyed expression.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: She was sealed in the Moon for a thousand years as "The Mare in the Moon".
- Self-Duplication: Combined with Voluntary Shapeshifting. Nightmare Moon transforms into a fictional trio called the Shadowbolts based on Rainbow Dash's idols, the Wonderbolts, in order to distract her from helping her friends. However, only the female member speaks (in Nightmare Moon's voice), so it is also possible that the two male members are non-sentient dummies or she couldn't make a convincing male voice for them.
- Shadow Archetype: According to Jim Miller, she's literally this for Luna: her psychological shadow that eventually overtook her as its own personality.
- Shock and Awe: She uses lightning to escape the Summer Sun Celebration in the second episode.
- Shout-Out: To Maleficent. "STAND BACK, YOU FOALS!BWA-HAHAHAHAHAHA!"
- Spell My Name with an "S": "Nightmare Moon" has been used by Hasbro and its toy line, by the trading cards, by The Hub, by WeLoveFine, and by Lauren Faust, while "Night Mare Moon" has been used by Hasbro, by at least one episode synopsis, by Lauren Faust, and partially by the single-volume storybook adaptation of the pilotepisodes.
- Split Personality: Jim Miller describes her as being a separate personality born from Luna's repressed feelings and resentment, implying this trope.
- Starter Villain: The first villain in the series, and only lasted long enough to establish the friendships, and show their abilities and personalities, which the series would build on.
- Suicidal Cosmic Temper Tantrum: invokedWord of God confirms that ponies couldn't grow food without sunlight, which would ultimately kill off everything. It's unknown if she knew or cared about the consequences.
- Superpowered Evil Side: A literal case in the comics, as Nightmare Moon was born from evil magic taking over Luna. In both continuities, Nightmare Moon is larger, more powerful, and eviller than Luna.
- Super Smoke: Can transform into smoke to move more rapidly and then reform.
- That Man Is Dead: During their first confrontation, Celestia begs "Luna" to stop her rampage and lower the moon. Her sister responds with: "Luna? I am Nightmare Moon!"
- To Create a Playground for Evil: According to Lauren Faust, this is what Nightmare Moon's eternal night would have resulted in. Confirmed in the IDW comics as the goal of the Nightmare Forces.
- Tragic Monster: Whether Luna was trapped, hapless in Nightmare Moon, or to some degree complicit with her, Luna was aware enough of her wrongdoings that she developed a major guilt complex once freed. Also this to Celestia, as the fight against her was one of the only two times in the show she was reduced to tears.
- Tranquil Fury: Has a brief moment of this during her confrontation with Celestia, striding calmly out of a cloud of smoke with sinister background music playing.
- Unflinching Walk: In "The Cutie Remark, Part 2" she casually strolls through the Everfree forest, blasting timberwolves with her magic and carrying a chained-up Spike behind her, all without breaking stride for even a moment.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Could you believe someone as insane as she is used to be sweet, socially awkward Princess Luna?
- Villainous Legacy: Nightmare Moon frequently acts as this for stories focusing on Princess Luna, since Luna is constantly trying to redeem herself for her past actions. For example, "Luna Eclipsed" has Luna trying to overcome her bad publicity and the shadow of her evil counterpart.
- Villainous Princess: As a result of being Princess Luna's evil counterpart.
- Vocal Evolution: Her voice is deeper and more sinister in the pilot than in her later appearances, which have her speaking nearly the same as the restored Princess Luna.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Takes on several different forms throughout the episode, including a thorn to enrage a Manticore and the Shadowbolts to tempt Rainbow Dash.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: She was born from the jealousy and resentment Luna felt towards Celestia for their subjects loving her day and shunning the night, and deep down she still wants to be seen as her sister's equal and receive the same love and devotion she got. This is highlighted in the Deviations comic; when the cast says Prince Blueblood is almost as bad as her, Nightmare Moon is horrified and protests she just wants them to appreciate her and her night. She essentially talks herself down into being Luna again as the Mane Five reassure her they do love her night, and maybe it's not too late to make up with Celestia, either.
- You Don't Look Like You: Her official toy is relatively show-accurate, but she's given a purple mane. Justified, as a mane made of stars is pretty hard to translate into a Real Life sharable format.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: A Blue mane with a space pattern of stars flowing in it as well.
See Queen Chrysalis
See King Sombra
See Sunset Shimmer
See Lord Tirek
See My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Villains (Specifically, the folder marked "The Dazzlings (The Sirens)")
See Starlight Glimmer
The Pony of Shadows
See Redeemed Antagonists
The Storm King
See My Little Pony: The Movie (2017) (Specifically, the folder marked "The Storm King")
See Redeemed Antagonists
See Cozy Glow
See Friendship Is Magic: Redeemed
See Friendship Is Magic: Redeemed
See Friendship Is Magic: Others
See Friendship Is Magic: Dangerous Creatures
See Friendship Is Magic: Jerks and Bullies (Specifically, the folder marked "The Mean Six")
See Friendship Is Magic: Historical Figures
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She is also the supporting antagonist in the Season 5 finale "The Cutie Re-Mark". In the fourth season, with the request for reports no longer applicable, the six resolve to keep a collective personal journal in which they record their thoughts about life for posterity.In total, 228 episodes have been produced and broadcast.
“Did Fluttershy finally start her gaming channel? Pinterest. These episodes replace the words "Friendship is Magic" in the series logo with "Friendship is Forever" in the opening sequence, and they feature various clips of episodes from seasons one through nine alongside brand new animation.Later episodes follow Twilight and her friends dealing with various problems around Ponyville, such as interpersonal problems between friends and family, as well as more adventurous stories involving creatures like dragons and griffons, and having to save Equestria from villains. Scorpan is a male gargoyle prince and Lord Tirek's younger brother who appears in the IDW comics and is alluded to in the season four finale, My Little Pony Best Gift Ever, and A Trivial Pursuit. He appears as the main antagonist in the two-part Season 2 premiere "Return of Harmony" and the Season 3 episode "Keep Calm and Flutter On", a minor antagonist in Season 4 and the Season 5 finale "Cutie-Remark", the secondary antagonist of the Season 4 finale "Twilight's Kingdom", and one of the secondary characters for the rest of the series. The original show (despite being infamous for its girly nature) had some rather dark and menacing villains, such as Tirac, Lavan, and Grogar (and Tirac and Lavan were killed, thus making My Little Pony's first generation one of the very few TV cartoons in the 1980s to kill characters off).. My Little Pony (Villains) My Little Pony (Student 6) Lord Tirek. Photos of the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (Show) voice actors. These villains appear in the My Little Pony series. At the end of each episode, Twilight sends a report back to Celestia explaining what she learned about friendship from these adventures. She later serves as a distraction for Starlight Glimmer and Thorax to find and destroy Chrysalis' throne. Derpibooru is a linear imagebooru which lets you share, find and discover new art and media surrounding the show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. The name Trixie is often a diminutive form of Patricia or Beatrice/Beatrix.
... trixie's cape, trixie's hat, unbuttoned, underwear, unzipped, white background - Derpibooru ... find and discover new art and media surrounding the show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Katie Cook: Katie Cook is the primary author for the first story arc of the main series and also draws cover art. She appears as the main antagonist in the Season 2 finale "A Canterlot Wedding", the Season 6 finale "To Where and Back Again", the Season 8 episode "The Mean 6", and one of the three main antagonists of Season 9 (alongside Tirek and Cozy Glow). Derpibooru . Queen Chrysalis (or also simply known as Chrysalis) is one of the main antagonists of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Clip show episodes of the series are being released, the first of which was released through the 9Now video-on-demand service in Australia on April 20, 2020.
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In the season one premiere, "Friendship is Magic", Nightmare Moon escapes a thousand years later and attempts to take over Equestria. Twilight Sparkle and her new friends eventually manage to defeat Nightmare Moon by finding and using the Elements of Harmony against her. After being restored to her original form and sharing a tearful reunion with Celestia, Luna returns to ruling alongside her once more.
Nightmare Moon appears in nightmares and flashbacks onwards.
In the official IDW comic series, Nightmare Moon is shown to be a symbiotic force that convinced Luna to turn against her sister, feeding off of her insecurities to take control of her mind and body. She is also revealed to be capable of corrupting other beings into serving her, which she did so with the Nyx, creatures who inhabit the moon and create dreams for ponies. After Luna was freed by the Elements of Harmony, Nightmare Moon survived and hatched a plot to take control of one of the Element bearers, rendering the other Elements of Harmony useless against her. She ultimately ends up possessing Rarity when the Nightmare Forces convince her that her friends will eventually abandon her. Dubbed Nightmare Rarity, she leads an assault on Ponyville, but is ultimately defeated when the other Element bearers use memories of Rarity to free her from Nightmare Moon's control, with some added help from Celestia and Luna. Her status after Rarity was freed is unknown.
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In the season two premiere, "The Return of Harmony", Discord's statue is on display in the gardens around the royal palace, until the inharmonious aura caused by the quarrels of the Cutie Mark Crusaders give him enough strength to break free of his prison. He lures the Mane 6 into a maze and is able to make them abandon the qualities that make them bearers of the Elements. The result ends pitting them against one another, rendering the Elements of Harmony useless. However, despite his efforts, Twilight manages to restore all of her friend's true elements and they face Discord using the Elements of Harmony, defeating him by sealing him back to his original stone form, albeit this time with a look of horror frozen on his face.
He reappears in the season three episode "Keep Calm and Flutter On" when Celestia gives the girls the task to reform Discord. Fluttershy is eventually able to do so, becoming his first friend and showing him how important friendship is to him.
In the two-part season four premiere, "Princess Twilight Sparkle", Discord is revealed to have planted powerful plants known as Plunderseeds in an attempt to destroy the Tree of Harmony, from which the Elements originated. After the Mane 6 destroy them by returning the Elements to the tree, Discord admits that he didn't tell this to Twilight because he wanted her to learn that even though she is now an alicorn princess, her friendship with the others will not change. Later in "Three's A Crowd", he tests Twilight to see if she really cares for him by tricking her and Princess Cadance into finding a plant that will cure him of a disease he made up.
In the season four finale, "Twilight's Kingdom" Discord is tasked by Celestia with finding and capturing Lord Tirek. However, Tirek tricks him into betraying his friends, giving him a necklace as a token of gratitude and loyalty. After he captures the non-princess ponies for Tirek, he double-crosses Discord by stealing his powers and admits that the necklace has no meaning to him, for it was given to him by his traitorous brother, Scorpan. After a fight between Twilight and Tirek that results in a draw, Tirek trades all of Twilight's magic for her friends and Discord. Discord admits that he now understands the true meaning of friendship and gives Twilight the necklace. The necklace turns out to be the sixth and final key needed to access the chest at the Tree of Harmony. The Mane 6 take it as Tirek starts going on a mindless rampage and they use the newly unlocked Rainbow Power to transport Tirek back to his imprisonment and save Equestria.
Discord appears in later episodes as a reluctant ally of the Mane Six, occasionally causing mischief while struggling to become a better friend to them.
In season nine, he helps Twilight track down and defeat Queen Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow by disguising himself as Grogar, a blue ram who ruled Equestria several millennia ago until he was defeated by Gusty the Great. He then tricks the three villains into forming an alliance with each other so the Mane Six can defeat them and Twilight would have the confidence needed to succeed Celestia and Luna as ruler of Equestria.
In the season six finale, "To Where and Back Again", as an act of revenge against Twilight, whom she holds responsible for her defeat, she launches a mass invasion on Equestria, replacing the Mane 6, Spike, the Princesses, Shining Armor, and Flurry Heart with changelings. However, she is ultimately defeated and dethroned as the changeling's ruler by Thorax, a benevolent changeling who, along with Starlight Glimmer, convinces the changelings to share love rather than steal it. Starlight offers Chrysalis a chance for redemption, but she rejects it and flees, vowing revenge on Starlight.
In the season eight episode, "The Mean 6", Chrysalis creates clones of the Mane Six to take control of the Elements of Harmony but the clones betray her before they are destroyed by the Tree of Harmony and Chrysalis escapes again.
In season nine, Chrysalis is summoned by Grogar (Discord in disguise) who tricks her into joining his team of villains, bent on conquering Equestria and defeating the Mane Six. Chrysalis initially has issues working with Cozy Glow and Tirek, but she later learns to cooperate with them in order to finally conquer Equestria, steal magic, and defeat her enemies once and for all. Chrysalis and her cohorts are sent to retrieve an ancient artifact known as the Bewitching Bell that once belonged to the real Grogar, and they use it in their scheme to gain its magic and betray Grogar, which also exposes him as Discord. Chrysalis and her cohorts are briefly victorious when they defeat the Mane Six and their allies and imprison them while Twilight Sparkle escapes. However, after the rest of the Mane Six escape and the windigos appear as a result of their evil scheme to create distrust among ponies, Chrysalis and the other villains face off against the Mane Six and their army of allies in a grand battle. Chrysalis and her cohorts are defeated and de-powered back to her normal form. As punishment for their crimes, Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow are imprisoned in stone by the combined magic of Discord, Celestia, and Luna.
In the official IDW comic series, Chrysalis is a recurring villain who again seeks revenge on Twilight for defeating her.
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In the season three premiere, "The Crystal Empire", he and the Crystal Empire return one thousand years later, and Twilight Sparkle and Spike search for the Crystal Heart, the only thing capable of defeating him. Due to a trap at the top of the Crystal Castle, Sombra manages to capture Twilight, but Spike is able to take the Crystal Heart to Cadance. Cadance flies Spike and the Crystal Heart down to the Crystal Ponies, who are able to power up the heart and defeat Sombra with a blast of light which causes him to shatter into several pieces.
In the season nine premiere, "The Beginning of the End", he is resurrected by Grogar (Discord in disguise), who tries to persuade him into working together with Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow to defeat the Mane 6 and take over Equestria. Sombra refuses, preferring to take over Equestria himself, proving to be pompous and arrogant. He takes over the Crystal Empire and is seemingly destroyed by the Elements of Harmony, but this turns out to be a trick so they'll lead him to the Tree of Harmony, which he destroys. Sombra proceeds to take over Ponyville, brainwashing the ponies to attack Canterlot. After Sombra "injures" Discord while attacking Fluttershy, the Mane 6 discover they have the power to defeat Sombra themselves, and destroy him with a magic explosion powered by their friendship. Grogar does not revive him again, using him as a warning to secure Chrysalis, Tirek, and Cozy Glow's loyalty.
In the official IDW comic series, Sombra was revealed to be a shadow pony (or umbrum), created to free an army of shadow ponies imprisoned below the Crystal Empire. Born with no knowledge of his true purpose, Sombra was taken in by the Crystal Ponies, but was ridiculed by his classmates for his strangeness. The only friend he had among them was a fellow unicorn named Radiant Hope, who gained powerful healing magic as she got older. Fearing that Hope would abandon him upon learning that she was invited to study under Celestia and Luna, Sombra ran off into the Frozen North in fear and discovered a red crystal claiming to be his mother. Learning of his true heritage and mission (to destroy the Crystal Heart), Sombra enslaved the Empire after turning its original ruler, Princess Amore, into a black crystal statue that he broke into several pieces and scattered around the world. Radiant Hope informed the Royal Sisters of what had happened, sealing Sombra's fate. In the present day, Sombra is revealed to have survived his defeat and Radiant Hope leads an attack on the Crystal Empire during which she restores Sombra to his physical form. He quickly manages to defeat the Mane 6 after rallying Queen Chrysalis, the Changelings, Iron Will, the Flim-Flam Brothers, and Lightning Dust under him. Celestia and Luna try to stop him, but interference from Hope allows Sombra to turn them both to stone. He then retires to his private study to rest. Meanwhile, Hope takes Cadence to the umbrum's home where they learn of the umbrum's true nature and are forced to escape, ending up in Sombra's study, where the Mane 6, Spike, and Shining Armor arrive after being freed from imprisonment. After Hope takes a blast from Twilight meant for him, Sombra unleashes the umbrum on the assembled ponies. Sombra successfully retakes the empire, but Hope resents him for his decisions and informs him that she gave up her future as a princess to try and save him from his fate. When the Mane 6 return to the Empire with reinforcements to free Twilight, Shining, and the other princesses, Sombra has a change of heart and uses the Crystal Heart to banish the umbrum back to their prison. As Sombra is about to be killed by the Crystal Heart's energies, Hope uses her magic to hold his physical form together and the princesses turn him into a real unicorn as a sign of forgiveness. Sombra and Hope then leave to find the pieces of Princess Amore's statue and eventually restore her.
In the season four finale, "Twilight's Kingdom", it is revealed that Tirek managed to escape Tartarus and he is able to convince Discord to join forces with him and steals magic from the ponies of Equestria, growing progressively larger and more powerful with each attack, but later double-crosses Discord and steals his magic. Soon, Tirek finds Twilight, and after a long fight that results in a draw, he trades Twilight's friends in exchange for her magic. He is later defeated by Twilight and her friends and imprisoned back in Tartarus.
In the season eight finale, "School Raze", Lord Tirek conspires with Cozy Glow all for the sake of revenge against the Mane Six, trapping them in Tartarus alongside him. But after suffering from Pinkie Pie's antics, Tirek reluctantly helps them escape and Cozy Glow is defeated, imprisoned in Tartarus alongside the evil centaur.
In season nine, Cozy Glow and Tirek are freed by Grogar (Discord in disgusie) who tricks them into joining his team of villains, bent on conquering Equestria and defeating the Mane Six. Tirek initially has issues working with Cozy Glow and Chrysalis, but he later learns to cooperate with them in order to finally conquer Equestria, steal magic, and defeat his enemies once and for all. Tirek and his cohorts are sent to retrieve an ancient artifact known as the Bewitching Bell that once belonged to the real Grogar, and they use it in their scheme to gain its magic and betray Grogar, which also exposes him as Discord. Tirek and his cohorts are briefly victorious when they defeat the Mane Six and their allies and imprison them while Twilight Sparkle escapes. However, after the rest of the Mane Six escaped and the windigos appear as a result of their evil scheme to create distrust among ponies, Tirek and the other villains face off against the Mane Six and their army of allies in a grand battle. Tirek and his cohorts are defeated and de-powered back to his weakest form. As punishment for their crimes, Tirek, Chrysalis, and Cozy Glow are imprisoned in stone by the combined magic of Discord, Celestia, and Luna.
In the IDW comics, a younger Tirek appears in FIENDship is Magic #2, where he had a poor relationship with his own family and is trained to steal magic by his mentor, Sendak the Elder.
In the season nine finale, "The Ending of the End", she along with the Mane Six's allies face off against Chrysalis, Tirek and Cozy Glow and defeat them and then in the episode, "The Last Problem", she attends Twilight's coronation.
In "Friendship University", he gives credit to the Flim Flam Brothers' school due to it being a pony only environment. However, Twilight and Rarity exposed the brothers' scam and the school is shut down
In the season eight finale, "School Raze", he takes control of the School of Friendship and accuses the Young Six of being the ones draining Equestria of its magic. However, Cozy Glow causes a school uprising against him and takes back control of the School of Friendship. He is later freed by the Young Six and leaves for Canterlot to warn the princesses of Cozy Glow's plans. He later apologizes to Twilight and the Young Six after realizing how wrong he was about non-ponies.
In the season nine finale, "The Ending of the End", he along with the Mane Six's allies face off against Chrysalis, Tirek and Cozy Glow and defeat them.
In season eight, she was a student of the School of Friendship until the season eight finale, "School Raze", she attempts to take all of Equestria's magic and become the Empress of Friendship. When Chancellor Neighsay takes control of the school, Cozy Glow usurps it back by causing a school uprising against him. However, the Young Six along with the Tree of Harmony foil Cozy Glow's plot and the magic is returned to Equestria. Cozy Glow is sent to Tartarus for her crimes next to Tirek who helped her steal the magic in the first place.
In season nine, Cozy Glow and Tirek are freed by Grogar (Discord in disguise) who tricks them into joining his team of villains, bent on conquering Equestria and defeating the Mane Six. Cozy Glow initially has issues working with Tirek and Chrysalis, but she later learns to cooperate with them in order to finally conquer Equestria, steal magic, and defeat her enemies once and for all. Cozy Glow and her cohorts are sent to retrieve an ancient artifact known as the Bewitching Bell that once belonged to the real Grogar, and they use it in their scheme to gain its magic and betray Grogar, which also exposes him as Discord. Cozy Glow and her cohorts are briefly victorious when they defeat the Mane Six and their allies and imprison them while Twilight Sparkle escapes. However, after the rest of the Mane Six escape and the windigos appear as a result of their evil scheme to create distrust among ponies, Cozy Glow and the other villains face off against the Mane Six and their army of allies in a grand battle. Cozy Glow and her cohorts are defeated and de-powered back to her normal form. As punishment for their crimes, Cozy Glow, Tirek, and Chrysalis are imprisoned in stone by the combined magic of Discord, Celestia, and Luna.
In season nine, Discord disguises himself as Grogar to trick Queen Chrysalis, Lord Tirek, and Cozy Glow into forming an alliance with each other in an effort to prepare Twilight as the new ruler of Equestria, but this ends up backfiring when the villains retrieve the real Grogar's Bewitching Bell and steal Discord's magic which also exposes him of his Grogar disguise.
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