Beyond Equestria: Rainbow Dash Rights the Ship

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Beyond Equestria: Rainbow Dash Rights the Ship
Writer G.M. Berrow
Cover(s) Ching N. Chang
Tony Fleecs

Beyond Equestria: Rainbow Dash Rights the Ship is a book in the Beyond Equestria book series and serves as a sequel to My Little Pony: The Movie.

The book deals with Captain Celaeno dealing with her criminal nature while also attempting to help Rainbow Dash uncover an invaluable artifact.

Publishers summary

Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of fun!

When Rainbow Dash invites Captain Celaeno and her crew to visit her hometown of Cloudsdale, the pirates gladly accept. They have a blast visiting Rainbow Dash, but a trip to a boring old museum isn't exactly their idea of a good time. That is, until they come to a glass case with a replica of an ancient Pegasus relic that supposedly created unending good fortune for all those near it. Now Celaeno is intrigued! Where is the real relic? Nopony knows for sure, but legend has it that somewhere in Equestria there is a map that leads the way. Calling upon her old friend Daring Do, Rainbow Dash leads the pirates on a treasure hunt like no other.


Chapter 1

Rainbow Dash woke up in her parents' house and was surprised with breakfast in bed by her two loving parents. Her mother and father both admit they invited tons of their friends to go to Dash's performance at the Loop-de-Loop Hoopla (also known as Loopy Woop Woop), causing Dash to grow anxious about the event, but tells them that she too invited friends, inviting them to the house, but was worried that





Food and drink







World building

Locations and world


  • Some of Dash's
  • The Pirate food was given names and descriptions, being referred to as Slop. Furthermore, it was shown that they eat Birdseed.


  • The book goes over a bit of Rainbow Dash's past. As a filly, when she first went to the dentist, her mother bought her a stuffed animal named Blue-Blue.
  • The book reveals a few past adventures of Daring Do and Celaeno respectively, mentioning how Celaeno's crew robbed Brumby Cloverpatch of his Sky-Pack.


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