Reindeer village

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Reindeer village
Type Village
First My Little Pony: Holiday Special

Reindeer village was a fictional located located in the book, The Flying Reindeer by Princess Luna.


The background of the village is largely unknown. During the events of The Flying Reindeer, the village was characterized by a bias and immature nature. Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon both mocked Rainbow for her amazing ability to fly and banned her from playing their Reindeer games. During these point in time, Princess Luna visited the village after getting in a fight with a flock of geese and tried to smack them with a fruit cake. Rainbow saved the birds, but Luna was still to injured to fly from the fight. After a back-in-fourth, Luna forced Rainbow to fly her slay into the night, leaving the village.




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