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  • 13 weeks
    Ponyville Ciderfest 2022 Reflections Part 3: Sunday and Final Thoughts

    Another day, another Starbuck’s run, but also the final day of the con. My first panel of the final day was “Pony Life is Magic.” I had been avoiding Pony Life up to this point because I hated the art style and thought it was going to be another Teen Titans Go situation. It was fun watching Pony Life with an audience and hearing the panelists and fellow audience members laughing at and making

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  • 14 weeks
    My Belated 6 Year Anniversary Post

    Inspired by an author that I follow, MasaStormyPonez, I decided to make my own anniversary post, though at this point I missed my actual anniversary. When I joined this site, I had only been a brony for a few months. I hadn't even caught up on all the episodes that were released at the time yet. I had gotten spoiled about Twilight becoming an alicorn though and that she had a castle, but I

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  • 16 weeks
    Ponyville Ciderfest 2022 Reflections Part 2: Saturday

    After my daily coffee run, I went to the “Make Your Mark Chapter 2 Screening.” I already saw all of Make Your Mark Chapter 2, but it was still fun to see it with an audience. They only played the first two episodes and then filled up the rest of the time with Tell Your Tale. I personally think the later episodes of Make Your Mark Chapter 2 are better than the early ones, so if you only saw

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  • 16 weeks
    Ponyville Ciderfest 2022 Reflections Part 1: Intro and Friday

    And so another pony con has come and gone for me. The post con depression is hitting me as I type this. It was only a couple hours after closing ceremonies when I started writing down these recollections, though by the time I am finished I’m sure much more time will have passed since the end of the con. I enjoyed myself overall, but I can’t help but feel like there are things that I wish I

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  • 31 weeks
    Thank you

    So, I wanted to say thanks to those of you who enjoyed my most recent story, "Shining Armor and Soarin's Orchard Fling." It means a lot to me to know that somebody out there enjoys my stories. I'm still not as prolific as I thought I would be at this point in my life here in the fandom and there are multiple reasons for that (anxiety, lack of confidence, depression, limited free time, etc.).

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WhinnyCity 2020 Online Reflections · 7:01pm Jul 24th, 2020

WhinnyCity Pony Con 2020 Online Reflections

As I have done with physical conventions, I have decided to make a reflections post for WCPC 2020 Online. I have looked at online Pony Cons before, but this is the first one I spent a significant amount of time at. It is a different experience from physical conventions for sure, and I will get more into those differences at the end. As I have done with my BronyCon and Ciderfest entries, I am going to go in order of each day what activities I attended followed up by overall thoughts.


While this convention was free, you had the option of buying a physical badge for $25 (referred to as the Smile badge), so when I woke up on Friday I bought a Smile Badge for myself. The first panel I attended was “Captions Against Equestria!” It was a fun panel. I wish I had come up with better captions though. How the panel worked was the MC would post a picture and we, the audience, would come up with a caption for the image and type it in the chat.

After that, I saw a couple of performances at the Friday BASSBALL Concert. I saw Rod Steven first. He performed some cool remixes. My favorite was when he combined “Old Town Road” and “Apples to the Core.” I saw The Wonderbolts perform after that. Galen is a really talented artist.


First panel I saw on Saturday was “(MLP) in real life.” It was a very informative panel where we got to see how to make MLP in Real Life videos using Adobe After Effects.

I did most of my vendor hall shopping on Saturday. I bought a Double Diamond plush from Fleece Friendship, pre-ordered a WCPC 2020 t-shirt from the con store, and ordered an NSFW Thunderlane daki from Ruef-n-beeb.


Caught a little bit of “Pub-Style Pony Trivia” before going to see “Community Guest & Musician Group Q&A.” It was pretty interesting hearing the guests talk about a variety of topics. I attended Closing Ceremonies where I found out that WCPC will return in 2021 in Schaumburg and that Ciderfest was still going to be held in 2020 in Milwaukee, but at limited capacity.

Final Thoughts

Overall, I had fun at this con, but it was definitely different from being at a physical convention. I didn’t feel as immersed at this convention like I am at a physical one because I was at home instead of at a hotel. One of the benefits of going to a physical con is being able to be around your fellow MLP fans in real life. You miss out on this with an online con. I miss physical cons and I hope to go to one again someday once this pandemic is over. I still had fun at WCPC 2020 Online though and I would do it again if I could.

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