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Beau Skunky
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"@Background Pony #D215":/1630177#comment_6825514
You have some points. Regardless if winged dragons are more common, your claim that all dragons have wings, even though I already pointed out Spike _didn't have them in previous MLP generations/canons._ There are some other examples out there, (Disney's "Reluctant Dragon" comes to mind.) So dragons being portrayed without wings isn't completely unheard of in Western media as you claim.
So as I said it's understandable why some bronies wouldn't see it coming, or why some find it jarring for Spike to suddenly grow them despite winged dragons being common in the FiM canon.

Still, as I said I don't feel strongly about it either way, I am curious to see how it goes. (Though, avoiding more spoilers, to avoid making any pre-judgements.)

"@Hebbocake":/1630177#comment_6826837
No offense, but you tend to get rather aggressive yourself. >>1484604

Also, regardless of my statements there, (before somebody tries to attack me for "contradicting" myself, that was half a year ago, I feel more "neutral" about it now, and I'm actually willing to give winged Spike a shot.
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Beau Skunky
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger
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Cute wittle skunku
"@Background Pony #D215":/1630177#comment_6825514
You have some points. Regardless if winged dragons are more common, your claim that all dragons have wings, even though I already pointed out Spike _didn't have them in previous MLP generations/canons._ There are some other examples out there, (Disney's "Reluctant Dragon" comes to mind.) So dragons being portrayed without wings isn't completely unheard of in Western media as you claim.
So as I said it's understandable why some bronies wouldn't see it coming, or why some find it jarring for Spike to suddenly grow them despite winged dragons being common in the FiM canon.

Still, as I said I don't feel strongly about it either way, I am curious to see how it goes. (Though, avoiding more spoilers, to avoid making any pre-judgements.)

"@Hebbocake":/1630177#comment_6826837
No offense, but you tend to get rather aggressive yourself. >>1484604
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Edited by Beau Skunky
Beau Skunky
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger
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Cute wittle skunku
"@Background Pony #D215":/1630177#comment_6825514
You have some points. Regardless if winged dragons are more common, your claim that all dragons have wings, even though I already pointed out Spike _didn't have them in previous MLP generations/canons._ There are some other examples out there, (Disney's "Reluctant Dragon" comes to mind.) So dragons being portrayed without wings isn't completely unheard of in Western media as you claim.
So as I said it's understandable why some bronies wouldn't see it coming, or why some find it jarring for Spike to suddenly grow them despite winged dragons being common in the FiM canon.

Still, as I said I don't feel strongly about it either way, I am curious to see how it goes. (Though, avoiding more spoilers, to avoid making any pre-judgements.)

"@Hebbocake":/1630177#comment_6826837
No offense, but perhaps you're not the best person to call others out on that.
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Edited by Beau Skunky
Beau Skunky
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
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Cute wittle skunku
"@Hebbocake":/1630177#comment_6826837
No offense, but perhaps you're not the best person to call others out on that.

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Background Pony #D215":/1630177#comment_6825514
You have some points. Regardless if winged dragons are more common, your claim that all dragons have wings, even though I already pointed out Spike _didn't have them in previous MLP generations/canons._ There are some other examples out there, (Disney's "Reluctant Dragon" comes to mind.) So dragons being portrayed without wings isn't completely unheard of in Western media as you claim.
So as I said it's understandable why some bronies wouldn't see it coming, or why some find it jarring for Spike to suddenly grow them despite winged dragons being common in the FiM canon.

Still, as I said I don't feel strongly about it either way, I am curious to see how it goes. (Though, avoiding more spoilers, to avoid making any pre-judgements.)

"@Hebbocake":/1630177#comment_6826837
No offense, but perhaps you're not the best person to call others out on that.
No reason given
Edited by Beau Skunky
Beau Skunky
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger
Magnificent Metadata Maniac - #1 Assistant
Artist -

Cute wittle skunku
"@Hebbocake":/1630177#comment_6826837
No offense, but perhaps you're not the best person to call others out on that.

"@Background Pony #D215":/1630177#comment_6825514
You have some points. Regardless if winged dragons are more common, your claim that all dragons have wings, even though I already pointed out Spike _didn't have them in previous MLP generations/canons._ There are some other examples out there, (Disney's "Reluctant Dragon" comes to mind.) So dragons being portrayed without wings isn't completely unheard of in Western media as you claim.
So as I said it's understandable why some bronies wouldn't see it coming, or why some find it jarring for Spike to suddenly grow them despite winged dragons being common in the FiM canon.

Still, as I said I don't feel strongly about it either way, I am curious to see how it goes. (Though, avoiding more spoilers, to avoid making any pre-judgements.)
No reason given
Edited by Beau Skunky