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My Pretty Pony

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3 minutes ago, jeffpiatt said:

and the Romper Room toy came with an pretty horse cowboy Hat so she was G4 Applejack's Great great Great Grandmother.My_pretty_pony_2.jpg

 

These are not My LITTLE Pony.

They're HUGE!

 

I also can't help but to notice that creeper unicorn behind.

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Just now, Lord Seraph said:

These are not My LITTLE Pony.

They're HUGE!

http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/my_pretty_pony.html

Bonnies first pony toy was 10 inches tall and had an leaver to make her twitch her ears.  Think Lady Clutterstep also the first run was an blank flank an later reissue called  My Pretty Pony and Beautiful Baby added an cutie mark and included an normal sized brushable Butterscotch as the baby.

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1 minute ago, jeffpiatt said:

http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/my_pretty_pony.html

Bonnies first pony toy was 10 inches tall and had an leaver to make her twitch her ears.  Think Lady Clutterstep also the first run was an blank flank an later reissue called  My Pretty Pony and Beautiful Baby added an cutie mark and included an normal sized brushable Butterscotch as the baby.

p-pony&baby.jpg

 

I guess this was the origin of cutie marks.

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2 minutes ago, jeffpiatt said:

1982 was when the cutie mark was developed for the Wave one set of six toys http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/1st_edition.html

1981 was the romper room toy lat in 81 she got re relesed in to an more mlp style toy. her cutie mark was 3 hearts.

They started out with six... interesting.

The original "Mane 6"?

Let me get this straight. 1981 toy was the cutie markless brown pony toy. But 1982 was when true cutie marked MLP began?

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27 minutes ago, Lord Seraph said:

They started out with six... interesting.

The original "Mane 6"?

Let me get this straight. 1981 toy was the cutie markless brown pony toy. But 1982 was when true cutie marked MLP began?

the actual MLP toyline began in '82 but late in 81 the MPP toy was repainted pink and gained her cutie mark.

the first 6 ponies were Cotton Candy, iButterscotch ,,Blossom,, Blue Belle,, Minty, and Snuzzle  all earth ponies.  ironically this makes Minty the oldest pony name still in use by hasbro.  Applejack was Year 2 83-84 when the other breeds were born.

http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/2nd_edition_ponies.html

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1 minute ago, jeffpiatt said:

the actual MLP toyline began in '82 but late in 81 the MPP toy was repainted pink and gained her cutie mark.

the first 6 ponies were Cotton Candy, iButterscotch ,,Blossom,, Blue Belle,, Minty, and Snuzzle  all earth ponies.  ironically this makes Minty the oldest pony name still in use by hasbro.  Applejack was Year 2 83-84 when the other breeds were born.

http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/2nd_edition_ponies.html

I guess this could make an interesting "creation lore" for FiM.

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Just now, Lord Seraph said:

I guess this could make an interesting "creation lore" for FiM.

Bonnie originally only planned on normal ponies when the line came out Hasbro pushed for fictional breeds to add more fantasy to the mix and give Marvel more to work with as they were making the cartoon..

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You know I wonder if G4 will ever be able to use ideas from those Rainbow Ponies line and expand on Rainbow Dash's background. They could have a Rainbow Clan thing going on.

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5 minutes ago, jeffpiatt said:

Y3 has the perfect name for ms.shy Flutterbye.  http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/3rd_edition_ponies.html

We still need to know what Fluttermom's cutie mark is.

 

Also, I found these from Gen1.

http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/5th_edition_ponies2.html#pony_friends5

http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/6th_edition_ponies2.html#pony_friends6

 

This toyline apparently consists of pastel coloured non-pony species with cutie marks. Interesting... coincidentally, they also have a zebra in the mix.

 

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3 hours ago, Lord Seraph said:

We still need to know what Fluttermom's cutie mark is.

 

Also, I found these from Gen1.

http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/5th_edition_ponies2.html#pony_friends5

http://www.kimsites.net/dreamvalley/6th_edition_ponies2.html#pony_friends6

 

This toyline apparently consists of pastel coloured non-pony species with cutie marks. Interesting... coincidentally, they also have a zebra in the mix.

 

you found MLP's Care Bear Frends equivalent line late in G1 they tried to keep it going by selling other pastel animals with cutie marks including my little bunny in y9.  ZigZag is literally the toy that Zecora was based on but less pink seeing that Faust based her FIM show bible on how she played with her G1 toys basically G4 is Hasbro letting the old fans run the show.like they did with transformers.

also see the first pony box.

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10 hours ago, Lord Seraph said:

Toys used to be so complex and made with quality materials.

 

lets not knock the big g4 toys after all we got an robot pinkie pie who acts like the real thing..

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10 hours ago, Lord Seraph said:

Toys used to be so complex and made with quality materials.

 

This is seriously my point on all toys of today. I have tons of 80's toys that could take on anything today lol And they all actually had a function or purpose. :/

 

I really want AJ's giant great-grandpony here though XD

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1 minute ago, Itcheeee said:

This is seriously my point on all toys of today. I have tons of 80's toys that could take on anything today lol And they all actually had a function or purpose. :/

 

I really want AJ's giant great-grandpony here though XD

We 80s and 90s kids didn't have the internet to blow our times. Therefore no MMOs or any sandbox games that now replaced those "make believe" boardgames and toys.

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3 minutes ago, Lord Seraph said:

We 80s and 90s kids didn't have the internet to blow our times. Therefore no MMOs or any sandbox games that now replaced those "make believe" boardgames and toys.

I do admire hasbro adding the QR codes to the modern toys allowing for merged play where an kid can use the dolls to unlock play functions.

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Just now, jeffpiatt said:

I do admire hasbro adding the QR codes to the modern toys allowing for merged play where an kid can use the dolls to unlock play functions.

Hasbro is market smart.

They literally survived the Great Depression.

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8 minutes ago, Lord Seraph said:

Hasbro is market smart.

They literally survived the Great Depression.

they have to be they invented lawn darts

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38 minutes ago, Lord Seraph said:

We 80s and 90s kids didn't have the internet to blow our times. Therefore no MMOs or any sandbox games that now replaced those "make believe" boardgames and toys.

I could name at least 20 toy lines, not even well known that were just plain awesome, and gave kids creative play freedom. If only those kind of things could be made today, maybe kids would actually get off the electronics and...play with something. I had weird things I enjoyed, even crazy pony fakies, and each had their own story. :P

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On 9/4/2016 at 4:52 PM, pinkiepie617 said:

My mother says she believes she had one of those. That pony does look like Applejack, though!

maybe next mlp anniversary Hasbro could reissue this toy and put out an G4 Applejack with the same features.

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