Which character deserves to have their own spin-off?
Hard mode: no rainbow dash or pinkie pie
Married with ponies when?
>Rarity's life in the fashion business
>Grown up Spike adventures
>Prequel series with Celestia and Luna
>The EqG cast in a slightly more mature series where they deal with shit coming from the portal
>Grown up CMC adventures
>A mini series showing Shining Armor's training in the Royal Guard
>Discord going on his own to show others friendship, with varying degrees of success
>80s themed mlp
>full of cameos of the older pones as awkward teens.
>good 80s sound track.
I'm 100% okay with this.
Daring Do arguably has the best potential for a quality action/fantasy spin-off. It'd definitely be one of the best options for the sake of versatility in utilizing overarching plotlines, crossovers, expanding G4's lore through historical exposition tied into archaeology, etc. It could be pretty great, like those old Cark Barks "Uncle $crooge" comics combined with the aesthetics and flare of Indiana Jones.
The Power Ponies might also be neat if the writers really gave a shit, but the best they have to offer as-is is some toyetic eye candy and maybe some waifus. That'd be what I imagine Hasbro would opt for if they seriously considered a spin-off
(if not Equestria Girls), but imo Daring deserves it more.
Shame she isn't popular enough to warrant one, desu. She probably has some great stories to tell, especially in that one alternate timeline where she led the resistance against the Changelings.
She's basically MLP's sexy female zebra Van Helsing.
A pone show staring Wierd Al....what more can be said?
I would have to go with >>26417814 or Applejack and family. Daring Do has potential for a lot of good stories and lore building. And as for apple horse, I usually enjoy her episodes. Like the ones that revolve around her and her family. Very comfy. And who doesn't like southern sounding ponies? Am I right?
>Apple Family spin-off
That does sound comfy, especially if it's done as a cartoon-y/tongue-in-cheek homage to those wholesome 50's family sitcoms, and maybe those old time-y, action packed westerns with the Apploosa-centric episodes. That genre's become severely overdue for a comeback, even if only a small one.
Celestia and Luna. I'd like to see them as fillies playing in their castle, meeting Starswirl, etc. Each season could be an era of their lives leading up to the banishment of NMM.
Imagine the show "Bonanza" done up in a "pony" style. And yeah, if someone could do it right, I think an Apple related show would be neat. Like, the characters act how they normally do, but act like you might see in an older sitcom. Like, how it was in the 50's set up.
Braeburn and the western pones of Appleoosa? Ponyville's side of the Apple Family from Apple Bloom's POV, or Big Mac's? AJ would probably work the best as a lead secondary character, imo.
>The adventures of Shining Armor & Cadance
but if you mean one and only one then Spitfire or Soarin.
Which villains would be on that team?
Surely not all of them at once, the weaker antagonists would get BTFO by the bigger baddies in the first few minutes unless they had some kind of macguffin to justify their presence (like the Aliocrn Amulet).
Pretty sure the 'point' to the Suicide Squad's rosters is that they're there because they're competent as fuck but completely worthless as individuals. None of MLP's antagonists are really that effective or bad unless they're the heavy hitters specifically.
>Which character deserves to have their own spin-off?
Well it'd be pretty cool if
How bout Rarity in a film noir, then?
>Sunset's own spin-off
Nigga, purple mary sue steals the spotlight in every movie
She literally interfered with Sunset's development in the last movie by forcing the writers to cut half of the plot for more focus on her