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Sci-Twi with her amulet
Twilight Sparkle (Sci-Twi)
Background information
Feature films My Little Pony: Equestria Girls (mentioned)
My Little Pony Equestria Girls - Rainbow Rocks (ending credits)
My Little Pony Equestria Girls - Friendship Games
My Little Pony Equestria Girls - Legend of the Everfree
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators
Voice Tara Strong
Performance model
Designer
Inspiration
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names Twily (by her brother)
Midnight Sparkle
Personality
Appearance Version of Twilight Sparkle, glasses
Birthday
Occupation Student of Canterlot High School
Student of Crystal Prep Academy (formerly)
Affiliations Good
Goal
Home Crystal Prep Academy (formerly)
Canterlot High School
Her house
Relatives Shining Armor (older brother)
Pets Spike the Dog
Allies Sunset Shimmer, Mater, Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Applejack, Rarity, Spike the Dog, Principal Celestia, Vice Principal Luna, Sugarcoat, Indigo Zap, Sunny Flare, Lemon Zest, Sour Sweet, Flash Sentry, Dean Cadence, Gloriosa Daisy, Timber Spruce
Minions
Enemies Principal Cinch, Chick Hicks, Dave "David" the Intern, Helga Katrina Sinclair, Gaea Everfree
Likes
Dislikes
Powers and abilities
Weapons
Fate
Quote "No doubt about it, Spike. There's definitely something strange going on at that school."


"I may know about a lot of things, but friendship isn't really one of them. And I'm definitely not going to learn more about it by being alone all the time."

  • Twilight Sparkle (Sci-Twi)

Twilight Sparkle's human counterpart appears and mentioned in My Little Pony: Equestria Girls. In My Little Pony Equestria Girls - Rainbow Rocks, Twilight Sparkle's human counterpart appears in ending credits. She is a student of Canterlot High School, a former student of Crystal Prep Academy, and the owner of Spike the Dog. Most importantly, she is also Velma Dinkley's best friend.

Ending description

Twilight is in the women's bathroom located at the Arizona Inn in Tucson, Arizona. She is applying lipstick when all of sudden, Adam Lyon's rival Chad (Tom Kenny) bursts in. He attempts to kick Twilight, but Twilight dodges, resulting in Chad accidentally destroying a mirror in the process. A brutal fight between them ensues, but is unseen and the force of the blows are powerful enough to destroy another mirror just outside the women's bathroom. Twilight emerges from the women's bathroom afterwards and walks away, victorious and seemingly unharmed. It is then seen that she has finally succeeded in killing Chad and childishly drew all over Chad's face with her lipstick.

Ending description 2

Twilight is in the women's bathroom located at the La Quinta Resort and Club in La Quinta, California. She is applying a purple lipstick when all of the sudden, Max Goof's nemesis Bradley Uppercrust III (Jeff Bennett) bursts in. He attempts to kick Twilight, but Twilight dodges, resulting in Bradley accidentally destroying a mirror in the process. A savage fight between them ensues, but is unseen and the force of the blows are strong enough to destroy another mirror just outside the women's bathroom. Twilight emerges from the women's bathroom afterwards and walks away, victorious and seemingly uninjured. It is then seen that she has finally succeeded in killing Bradley "Brad" Uppercrust III and childishly drew all over Bradley's face with her purple lipstick.

Ending description 3

A magenta Toyota van rolls up by a mansion. Twilight looks out the window anxiously. An hour later, Twilight breaks into a drug lord's mansion and violently attacks him. The unnamed drug lord points to a mahogany table with a photographs of Draco Malfoy's parents Lucius Malfoy (Jason Isaacs) and Narcissa Malfoy (Helen McCrory).

Combat characteristics

Signature moves

  • Magic Blast: Twilight shoot a magenta ball of energy at her victim.
  • Flipping Heel Kick: Twilight flips forward in a circular motion, bringing her feet over her head kicking the victim and then landing back on her feet.
  • Flying Punch: Twilight launches herself forward with a series of punches to the victim's face.
  • Carnival Spin: Twilight spins backward and kicks her opponent in an impossible fashion.

Finishing moves

  • Brutal Kicks: Twilight violently kicks her victim's stomach, lodging her foot in her victim's intestines. She keeps it there for a second before pulling it out, then kicks her victim's forehead, causing it to explode like a balloon. (Equestria Girls: Lethal Alliance)
  • Savage Beating: Twilight repeatedly strikes at the torso and head of her victim very quickly, and then stands, striking a pose. The confused victim then screams in pain a few seconds later and explodes in a shower of gore. This fatality seems to borrow from the Asian martial arts study of pressure-points.
  • Kick and Destroy: Twilight walks up to her weakened victim and with one swift uppercut, knocks her victim's head straight into the air. Twilight patiently waits for it to come back down before she kicks it hard at her victim. When the head strikes them, they explode into piles of blood and bones.

Trivia

  • The unnamed drug lord in Twilight's third ending somewhat bears an uncanny resemblance to Dudley Dursley (Harry Melling) or Bradley "Brad" Morton (Matthew Nolan) from American Dragon: Jake Long (2005-2007).
  • In Equestria Girls: Deception and Trickery, Twilight Sparkle's third outfit is based on Velma Dinkley from Scoooby-Doo series.
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