Rarity Character ReviewAt times it seems as if the character of Rarity in "Friendship is Magic" is unfairly treated. Some accuse her of being self-obsessed and shallow, whilst others contend that she is their least favourite pony. And sure, Rarity may not be the most adorable of ponies, but this does not mean that she doesn't have an appeal entirely of her own. Fans are rightly divided when it comes to Rarity, but few could deny the maturity and elegance that she conveys at every opportunity.Cuddlepug
Her obsession with fashion and looking appealing can be both blatant and subtle. At times, such as in "A Bird in the Hoof" Rarity is seen leaving the party whilst demanding that other ponies remain away from her, as to prevent her dress from getting touched by their dirty hooves. Similarly, in "Dragonshy" Rarity packs an extra scarf, presumably because, regardless of the situation, she wishes to look good. These are just two examples of Rarity at her most extreme, but they are by no means the only situations where Rarit
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In My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, one of the characters, Spike has always had problems when it comes to how character is written. His personality has bounced back and forth between the most mature of the cast to being the least. He is constantly the joke of the show, whether it be from the characters, or the writers. However, his biggest issue has come from how his character is treated due to his species. For some reason, the writers continue to place weird ideas and concepts onto Spike because of his species, such as his growth rate in Secret of My Excess, species equivalent in the human world being a dog, his entire backstory, and the most problematic, DragonQuest. Just the entire episode.
As the episode deals with Spike trying to get a better understanding of who he is and what is a dragon, it ends with both being a blight on the show and the character. Ultimately, the episode's problems comes down to stereotyping and identity.
While the series has somewhat implied that dragon