>Dash reconciles with Gilda
>Moondancer makes new friends and forgives Twilight
>Luna finally gets over her guilt
>Big Mac's pent-up sibling love monologue
>CMC gets their cutie mark
Was season 5 the best season for feels and worldbuilding continuity?
There were too many shitty episodes this season to actually consider it "fantastic".
On that note, Amending Fences, The Cutie Map, Griffinstone, Pie family episode, and the finale were all fantastic.
I agree. I even made my own thread on the same matter when the finale finished. The Season of Feels would be an appropriate season subtitle.
This, tbqh. Though the only stinker for me was Princess Spike. S5 is easily the best season so far if we take off any nostalgia goggles.
That's one hell of an opinion you're packing, brony.
All the season ranking threads on here say otherwise. But call me a brony if it makes you feel better about your shit tastes, senpai. Or feel free to list a season with less than one shit episode.
>there are anons who believe if lauren stayed the show would have been better
>there are anons who believe s1 and s2 are better than s5 or s4
/mlp/ needs to take off their nostalgia goggles
This ship would never exist if Lauren was around. We would never even have Discord at all.
>there are people on this board right now who have joined the ride after S3 or even during S4-S5 hiatus
>they have most likely rushed through all five seasons, never having the time to grow on to characters
>for many of them MLP is just another "flavour of the year" show, which they drop as soon as their initial hype wears off
>these people make up the majority of /mlp/ userbase now
I want off this ride.
Nah, Big Mac has already been taken since S2.
all of my this, tbqhfamily
to me this guy's existence was metaphorical, representing a rift in the mane 6' friendship(to defeat him, the discord, they have to learn to accept eachother again), of course that all goes out the window when he is reformed
Been here since pre-S2.
I've had depression over the fandom not being what it used to be. I'm probably part of the minority that, when taking a step back and asking "Was it worth it? Does the show still have value?", I still say yes.