With the ending of the 4th generation of My Little Pony, very little was known about how it would be evolving in the future. There was only an announcement of the 10th season of MLP: FIM in comics form and community rumors that the 5th generation would be done completely in CGI like Pixar movies.
On the 25th of February, an online event revolving around Hasbro’s investment plan took place, revealing new information about the 5th generation of My Little Pony with a screencap from the new movie and revealing 4 new characters. Namely Sunny Starscout, Izzy Moonbow, and Pipp & Hitch Trailblazer (Pipp is not in the video). This would be “the bridge” between generation 4 and generation 5.
Sometimes it feels there is nothing more to look forward to and that pony meetups are all in the past. However, our team has not given up yet, and despite everything, we’re still out there working. The atmosphere of big events is something we are all missing and want to experience again. So far, we can promise you one thing for sure:
We are planning Czequestria 202X and the theme will be “Sun vs. Moon”!
The last time we traveled through time, now we’re thinking space! You can look forward to an event filled with contrasts. Will you side with the light or the darkness? Or do we need a bit of both to restore the balance? We’re already excited to see your takes on the theme in costumes, art, and anything else you choose to bring to the event. Remember, the sky’s the limit!
On January 7, 2021, four new members joined our team: Fang, Frolda, MattKa, and pipa943.
The Assembly of members subsequently elected them to the Council of the association – all of them have participated in the organization of events organized (not only) by us in the past, and are now officially permanent members of the team. We wish them a lot of success!
Do you wish to send someone an original winter holiday greeting card with the “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” theme? Let us know via the form and in a few days, the recipient (anywhere in the world) will receive a postcard with Miss Libussa, the mascot of Czequestria, and the city of Prague – with your message attached!
And if we are still within our budget, sending the postcard is for free 🙂
Ten years, nine seasons of the series, a feature film, a successful spin-off, countless fan animations, drawings, music, merch, meetups, conventions… unbelievable! And for long-time fans, it’s like yesterday, when they came across ponies for the first time.
On the occasion of the tenth birthday, it doesn’t make much sense to commemorate specific events or milestones – each of us experienced them a bit differently, similar to our favorite series and things related to it. Like the characters in the series, each of us carries own unique story: the first encounter with MLP: FiM, the first episode, the first fanwork found, the first meetup… so whatever your life journey with ponies by your side was or is, it remains (in one form or another) our integral part. Story short or long, finished or still ongoing, but above all at least partly common to all of us.
“And the Magic of Friendship that accompanied us,” you ask, “where is it hiding?” Look where our stories have met and still meet! There, the magic of friendship shines even after all those long years. Don’t you believe it? Look back and take a good look… Whether near you or in the distance, it’s still there!
Happy 10th anniversary to all My Little Pony fans!
Over a year ago, the biggest MLP: FiM convention took place in Baltimore (USA) for the last time. Czech and Slovak Bronies could not miss the grand final show! We brought back a ton of unforgettable memories.
While nothing compares to a personal experience, we can share a bit of the great atmosphere with you via our stories, photos, and videos. Thanks to Fang, who documented the whole event and edited the clip below, you can also feast your eyes on the amazing things prepared for visitors from all around the world. This clip is part of a series of 11 BronyCon videos, which is available on Fang’s website (also for download).
It’s been said, that everything that began has to come to an end. Saying goodbye is especially hard when we go through something extraordinary – and we sure may say the very last BronyCon was just like that!