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Solar Guardian - Refused to surrender in the face of the Lunar rebellion and showed utmost loyalty to the Solar Empire (April Fools 2023).
King Sombra - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of The Crystal Empire!
Artist -

I’m not sure. I posted a comment in the image asking (was that the right place to put it?); earlier in the comment thread, two users were arguing about the ship name. (should I ask it here instead, for good measure?)
ラ・ゼッタ - For supporting the site
Lunar Guardian - Earned a place among the ranks of the most loyal New Lunar Republic soldiers (April Fools 2023).
Crystal Roseluck - Had their OC in the 2023 Derpibooru Collab.
Flower Trio - Helped others get their OC into the 2023 Derpibooru Collab.
A Lovely Nightmare Night - Celebrated the 12th anniversary of MLP:FIM!
Princess of Love - Extra special version for those who participated in the Canterlot Wedding 10th anniversary event by contributing art.
Tree of Harmony - Drew someone's OC for the 2022 Community Collab
Elements of Harmony - Had an OC in the 2022 Community Collab
Non-Fungible Trixie -
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I think that repurposing the historical tag dawnstorm for misty brightdawn + zipp storm sounds great.
And the new tag sentrydawn is a brilliant tag for luster dawn + oc:storm sentry.
The tag warring on >>3105209, and the off topic debate there, have reached a point where I feel like doing something now is a good idea.
Assuming this is the way we’re heading, I’ll fix the tags on >>3105209 and ask people to bring any further discussion of ship names here.
Update: Ok, made the changes, and asked people on the images where it was being tagwarred to please use this thread in the future.
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