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Did she actually appear in the Cosmos arc? I remember seeing the king (or his dead-ringer ancestor) in a couple preview pages, but not her. Also, what's Magical Princess Quest?--EmeraldBlitz (talk) 19:27, 11 March 2020 (UTC)
- Novo, Aspen and Celestia all appear in the arc, or at least, deadringers of Novo and Aspen do, so I assumed it make sense these guys wouldn't be the odd-men out, but we can mark it as "possibly, or potentially an ancient, similar-appearing ruler" and add a paragraph to the behind the scenes section describing it.
- Magical Princess Quests is, as far as I know, either the formal name or an old name for the Gameloft game, as seen in game databases like Mobygames. I've been thinking of just replacing it with My Little Pony (Gameloft) since that's what most people know it as.--Amelia (talk) 19:59, 11 March 2020 (UTC)
- Okay; like I said, I just hadn't seen her, so just wanted to make sure it wasn't erroneous information.
- Hm, on my App store the game is given the subtitle "Magic Princess". Neither it nor that old title exactly fit in my mind, though it a bit better than "My Little Pony (Gameloft)" or "My Little Pony (mobile game)".--EmeraldBlitz (talk) 22:44, 12 March 2020 (UTC)
- Ohhh, I misread what you said initially. I thought you were asking if it was the couple or their ancestors. Sorry! I don't have the copy of the comic on me anymore so I'll take your word for it and remove her appearance in it.
- I think Magic Princess is fine, with (mobile game) and (Gameloft) being redirects.--Amelia (talk) 23:18, 12 March 2020 (UTC)