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Friendship Is Magic takes place in the land of Equestria, populated by varieties of ponies (including variants of Pegasus and unicorn), along with numbers of other sentient and non-sentient creatures. The central character is Twilight Sparkle, a unicorn mare sent by her mentor Princess Celestia, ruler of Equestria, to the town of Ponyville to study the magic of friendship. In the shows opening episodes, Twilight resents this assignment, as she is more concerned about the foretold appearance of Nightmare Moon. When Nightmare Moon does appear, vowing everlasting night and causing Celestia to disappear, Twilight sets off with five other ponies—Applejack, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, and Rarity—to obtain the Elements of Harmony and defeat Nightmare Moon. Before Twilight can activate the Elements, Nightmare Moon appears and shatters them. In a flash of inspiration, Twilight realizes that each of her new friends represents one of the Elements of Harmony, and that she herself is the final piece, Magic. The magical power of the ponies friendship reverts Nightmare Moon to a repentant Princess Luna. Celestia reappears, reunites with her sister Princess Luna, and decrees that Twilight shall stay in Ponyville to continue studying the magic of friendship, much to the happiness of Twilight and her new friends.]\r
Later episodes follow Twilight and her friends dealing with various problems around Ponyville, including interpersonal problems between friends and family, as well as more adventurous stories involving creatures like dragons and hydras. At the end of each episode, Twilight sends a report back to Celestia explaining what she learned about friendship from these adventures. This part of the formula is abandoned in Lesson Zero, the second season episode in which Twilight is convinced to be less rigid in her perceived duties; after this, all the principals contribute reports, although the formality is disregarded when appropriate. In the fourth season, with the request for reports no longer applicable, the six resolve to keep a collective personal journal in which they record their thoughts about life for posterity.\r
There is a loose continuity in these episodes; a theme throughout the first season, for example, is the ponies preparation for the Grand Galloping Gala that occurs in the final episode of that season. In the third season, Twilight Sparkle is shown to be tasked on a journey to test her abilities, ultimately ending up being crowned Princess Twilight and transformed into an alicorn—a winged unicorn. The fourth season has a loose story arc in which Twilight Sparkle accepts the challenge of finding the keys to a mysterious box revealed after the six relinquish the Elements of Harmony to their original source, the Tree of Harmony, to save Equestria. Eventually, she and her friends are able to find newfound power through their friendship to defeat a powerful foe, and Twilight is named Equestrias Princess of Friendship Episodes are otherwise designed to stand alone, though callbacks to previous episodes are included to reward those that have followed the show, according to Thiessen. The show is developed to give a timeless feel, limiting the worlds technology to simpler devices, such as record players and filmstrip projectors.[ However, there are occasional sophisticated items of technology shown or at least referenced to such as electrocardiography monitors, arcade video games and laser fences.\r
A central theme of the show is cutie marks, iconic symbols that magically appear on a ponys flank once they have discovered their special talent in life. While physically young adults, the six main characters are envisioned as similar in maturity to humans between twelve and eighteen years old. One episode, The Cutie Mark Chronicles, highlights how each main character received her cutie mark as a younger filly. Several episodes focus on the exploits of a much younger trio of pony characters, related to the main cast, that call themselves the Cutie Mark Crusaders, who have yet to receive their cutie marks and are teased by other young ponies as blank flanks. In response, they desperately hurry to try to discover their talents and receive their own cutie marks, often doing so in comical fashion\r
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