Anyone else notice that at the end of the Friendship Games the pony Twilight said she didn't get Sunset's messages because she was caught in a crazy time travel loop. & Then the season 5 finale WAS the crazy time travel loop. So the season 5 finale and the Friendship Games took place at the same time.
>Sunset Shimmer is canon and in Season 6
>What are AUs?
The timeline in which EqG happens can follow the same course of events as canon, but that doesn't mean that EqG necessarily happened in the canon timeline, just that the EqG timeline follows it too.
Don't worry, anon. I'm sure you'll find a girl who's into asspies who obsess over sub-par My Little Pony AU spin-offs. Sure, she'll probably be made of polyester and cotton stuffing, but hey, love is love.
The events of FiM are canon in EqG but not necessarily the other way around. I'm not just saying that because "hue, your non canon waifu" etc. this is literally how Hasbro treat FiM and EqG according to Josh Haber.
>At least i can state my definition of canon
I can too, you salty sack of shit
Canon refers to events that follow the same timeline
Something doesn't have to be mentioned explicitly for it to be canon; by that logic episodes like A Bird in the Hoof or Somepony to Watch Over Me aren't canon
>not a single refer to EG
>not a single sign of this event
>chronological mistakes in the EG timeline
Spin-off have been considered uncanon long time before mlp and this state will not be changes by some mutant-loving faggot.
I see you're late to the party.
EQG will reference events related to pony world when FiM!Twilight's involved. EQG by its very nature is meant to piggy back off of FiM to create a connection between the characters from both worlds for its viewers. It has to, because it has no foundation to stand on by itself.
No, FiM will not reference EQG by any extent, because its got its own foundation and doesn't need to do so. There are no connections between the worlds beyond Twilight visiting, and even that is never brought up or referenced.
EQG, being its own continuity splitting from events of FiM without any direct/indirect effects on the latter, can be considered as extended/alternate universe from the perspective of FiM.
You do not need to watch EQG to understand anything in FiM, as the former does not impact the latter; whereas you will need to do the opposite to understand EQG (to a degree, anyway).
Then who is the mystery pony next to Doctor who?
Obviously Sunset Shimmer.
Check mate faggot.
>I'm not deluded into thinking that either are canon
Is that what we're calling everyone who likes eqg and belives it's canon now? Delusional?
The length you guys are taking to prove that eqg isn't canon is... Just wow... Gotta admire your tenacity.
I don't think its asking too much for EQG referrences/impacts on FiM instead of the opposite being the usual to support the idea of it being canon.
I actually took the same approach to
Pokemon movies way back when I watched them
Unique encounters and situations, but no actual impact on the main series itself = not canon from the perspective of the main series.
I'll gladly accept EQG as canon if it actually had an effect on FiM.
Same with the comics, but I'm actually glad that shit ain't canon. They're even worse in many cases.