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46 quotes have been tagged as buffy-the-vampire-slayer: Joss Whedon: 'Bottom line is, even if you see “Buffy Summers: (to Spike) "I could NEVER be your girl!” . Brad Meltzer, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Twilight Relationships Quotes k; Motivational Quotes 9k; Education Quotes 9k; Time Quotes k; Life Lessons. A page for describing Characters: Friendship Is Magic: Spike. A baby dragon and Twilight Sparkle's "#1 Assistant", Spike is the closest thing she had to a . The following is a list of quotes from the fourth season which ran from November 23, Twilight Sparkle: We're going to need a carefully thought-out plan.
In Owl's Well That Ends Wellhe prepares a picnic entirely by himself, and later accidentally burns a book he was supposed to put back in place. The next morning, he oversleeps and tries to make it up to Twilight for the "morning chores" he did not do. He tidies up the library in The Return of Harmony Part 2.
He fills so many checklists in Lesson Zero that he gets a claw-cramp, and carries a broom at the library in Read It and Weep. Sleepiness In Friendship is Magic, part 1Twilight says that Spike is a baby and needs to get his sleep despite Spike stating the contrary as an excuse to send Fluttershy away. In Friendship is Magic, part 2she tucks him in his bed when she and her new friends set out to find the Elements of Harmony.
He is sleepy at the beginning of Winter Wrap Up too, owing to the very early hour at which Twilight wakes up. His sleepiness concerns Twilight in Owl's Well That Ends Welland she finds a second assistant, Owlowiscious, to relieve him of some of the workload at night. Spike instantly flops back down into his basket. He later complains about not being allowed to sleep in, as he enjoys sleeping while it's raining out.
Identity as a dragon Spike doesn't "act like other dragons" and acts more like a pony. In Dragon QuestSpike questions his identity and embarks on a journey of self-discovery. He meets a group of teenagers who initially mock him for his small size and the fact that he socializes with ponies. However, after belly-flopping hard into the lava pool, Spike is accepted into the group. Spike believes that being rough, strong, physical, and dominating is what it means to be a dragon.
When he follows the other dragons on a raid for phoenix eggs, the other dragons encourage him to break one of the eggs they find. Spike is unwilling to break it and defies the group.
As a result, the other dragons turn against him. An unusual exception occurred in "Spike at Your Service", where he botches a pie. His fire breath is a bright green color. Given that other individual dragons consistently breathe colored flames — one background dragon is seen breathing blue fire in "Dragon Quest", while Ember breathes fuchsia flames — this is likely natural for him.
Relationships All Love Is Unrequited: He has a major crush on Rarity who seems to either not notice this or not care. She never shows any indication that she could imagine getting together with him, but isn't really bothered by the notion. This status quo is demolished at the climax of "Secret of My Excess" when Spike finally confesses his feelings to Rarity. Not only did she know all along, she was deeply moved. Initially had this thought about Owlowiscious, because the owl kept one upping him.
He is front and center for Twilight's Super OCD and tries to keep her on track when she has a meltdown. To Twilight, as her right-hoof assistant. Whenever Twilight is distracted, behind schedule, and especially when she's stressed, it falls to Spike to ground her and set her straight. To Rarity, who he never stops trying to woo despite his lack of progress.
After the events of " Secret of My Excess ", it's shown that she does know about his crush, but sees him as the sweet little kid he is.
Although one must wonder who made that Rarity shirt from "Green Isn't Your Color" in the first place. Spike seems to be this for Twilight, though Owlowiscious may be a better fit.
The Mane Six tend to jump to take action the instant they find out Spike is threatened. As of "The Cutie Mark Chronicles", it looks like he was raised by Twilight and it's obvious in "Owl's Well That Ends Well" that he sees her as a surrogate big sister probably NOT mother given what he says when Twilight wakes him up in "Winter Wrap-Up"which makes sense, since she was responsible for hatching him. He wants to pursue this with Rarity, a unicorn. In "A Dog And Pony Show", he literally views Rarity and himself as this complete with himself in plate mail and her in a princess dress.
Like Brother and Sister: They're extremely close and treat each other largely as equals, often balancing out each other's bad traits. This is reinforced in " Once Upon a Zeppelin ": Twilight has been shown as the one responsible for his upbringing and gets heartbroken when Spike suggests she doesn't like him having a "real parent now". He confirms he was raised by her and later declares her his real family.
Still, they remain a family of equals for most of the time.
His life revolves around Twilight, although this is justified due to his youth. In "The Crystal Empire - Part 2" his greatest fear is revealed to be her revoking this status and casting him out of Ponyvile because she doesn't need him anymore.
In "Spike At Your Service" Twilight gave him the weekend off and he couldn't think of anything better to do than smell his feet. When things get gritty.
Spike is a highly competent assistant to Twilight and proves useful outside the action, but in terms of actual physical involvement, he's mostly useless; either staying on the sidelines or needing the ponies to protect him.
This is averted in "The Crystal Empire - Part 2". He's ultimately the one who saves the day alongside Cadanceif still in a rather blundering fashion. Lampshaded and Deconstructed in "Power Ponies". Thanks to the Mane-iac's decision on what to do to himhe indirectly saved the day, despite his awareness of being physically weak. He's on the receiving end of this both in-universe and out. Not being a pony and not bearing an Element of Harmony means that, when a crisis hits, Spike is liable to be left on the sidelines.
The comics take this to the point of a Running Gag ; often when a character expresses gratitude that "the six" heroes are there to help, Spike has to chime in to correct "seven! The "number 1 assistant" to Twilight Sparkle. Believe it or not with Twilight herself. We rarely see much focus on their relationship and it seems to be based on more familial based attachments than anything else. Regardless, they have grown closer as friends and completely trust one another. He also seems fond of Pinkie Pie, despite his rational, cynical personality.
He acts as befuddled as everypony else at her stranger excesses, but they often end up sharing scenes and supporting each other. Since Season 6, with Starlight Glimmer. They work well together and seem to really like each other. One notes that unlike the rest of their group of friends, she treats him more as in equal or even as a superior or senpai rather while the others treat him as a younger brother.
Why can't the show define Spike's relationship to Twilight already? - Show Discussion - MLP Forums
Presumably because Starlight sees Twilight as her teacher and with Spike being Twilight's assistant, just as deserving of respect. The only regularly recurring male character in the main cast, and for a long time the only confirmed male in the toy line.
Spike is a dragon which are greedy by nature with a crush on Rarity the bearer of the Element of Generosity. Scratch the surface and it starts looking like Not So Different: Greed is one of Rarity's major vices and contrasts her Element while Spike is very giving and supporting of his friends he even gave his own present to himself on his birthday to Rarity.
Furthermore, both are hard-working individuals in what they do and have purple as a color-motif. Like Twilight, he has a direct line to Princess Celestia mostly because he is the direct line to Princess Celestia though oddly he's far more laid back around her than any of her other subjects are. His close relationship with Twilight Sparkle, Twilight being Celestia's personal student and the Element of Magic plus her becoming an Alicorn Princess at the end of Season 3 means that he's pals with two Jesuses.
Literally nothing is known about his real parents or how Celestia acquired his egg. They're Like Brother and Sistermother-son thing or just terrific friends, but whatever it is, it is certainly strong. Stalker Without a Crush: A mild version towards Applejack in "Spike At Your Service", as he won't leave her alone due to his personal "Dragon Code" requiring him to pledge lifelong servitude to her after she saves his life.
He's portrayed as being younger than the rest of the Mane Cast, and he isn't a bearer of one of the Elements of Harmony, but he is still a much-loved and helpful member of their group.
He often serves as this to and for Twilight, translating her highly technical spiels into terms other characters can understand. What exactly does this machine do? This is an anemometer. It measures your accelerative velocity and translates it into wing power, thus gauging your cumulative H2O anti-gravitational potential.
It tells you how fast you're flying and how strong your wings are. To Owlowiscious at first, because he considered the owl a threat to his position as Twilight's Number 1 Assistant.
Often with Twilight during their more playful bouts. Also seems to have become one to Owlowiscious. Wacky Parent, Serious Child: Spike is pudgy for a dragon his size, but he's also strong and athletic when the situation calls for it.
He's sometimes pulled into the girls' adventures against his will and then ends up enjoying it all in spite of himself. Clearly some of us are meant to relate. That goes on the cake. Breaking the Fourth Wall: In "Lesson Zero" he ends Twilight's imagine spots by physically moving them out of frame.
Shares this role with Twilight Sparkle; like her he faces a lot of comedic trouble. While listed as just "Spike" in all episode and movie credits, the credits of Friendship Games list him as "Spike the Dog", because only his dog counterpart is present.
Dude, Where's My Respect? He does A LOT of work for the girls, with not too many thanks from them and is mysteriously absent at many of their parties or adventures. In other episodes, "Owl's Well That Ends Well", "Secret of My Excess" he gets love and praise from Twilighta cheek kiss from Rarity and otherwise recognition for his accomplishments. As of Season 3, he shows both extremes. He gets a stained glass window in Canterlot's palace all to himself because he delivered the Crystal Heart to Cadance and thereby saved the Crystal Empire from King Sombra, but he was explicitly not invited to welcome the inspector for the Equestria Games nor is he mentioned by Cadance herself.
Strangely enough, "Just for Sidekicks" has an inversion; Twilight is positive that Spike is doing a 'terrific' job watching their pets when the episode had demonstrated that he was doing a horrible job. A moment after she gave up, Rainbow Dash 's sonic rainboom startled her and caused her magic to go out of control.
Personality Sociability and friendship Twilight is first introduced in the series as being asocial. She politely refuses an invitation to Moon Dancer 's get-together and later states that she and Spike "don't have time for that sort of thing.
Over the course of the series premiere, however, Twilight comes to accept her new friendships and expresses a desire to stay with her new friends in Ponyville. In Amending FencesTwilight returns to Canterlot in an attempt to apologize to her former friends for her past actions. Minuette and Twilight liken Moon Dancer's behavior to the way Twilight used to act.
Love of books and knowledge Twilight Sparkle reading a book on the library balcony. In Friendship is Magic, part 1Twinkleshine says Twilight is more interested in books than friends. Even after Twilight becomes good friends with the rest of the main characters, she continues to read and consult books. For example, she confidently joins a marathon after reading several books about running in Fall Weather Friends.
She is also very knowledgeable about Equestria's history, as seen in such episodes as Luna Eclipsed and Testing Testing 1, 2, 3. Rationality Twilight attempts to observe and measure Pinkie Sense omens. Twilight tries to be rational in unfamiliar situations.
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During the investigation in MMMystery on the Friendship ExpressTwilight tells Pinkie Pie to stop making wild accusations, and they work together to find clues and solve the mystery. However, Twilight can lose her cool under stress.
In Swarm of the Centuryshe hysterically suggests building a replica of Ponyville in less than a minute before Princess Celestia can see the damage done by the parasprite infestation.
In Lesson ZeroTwilight goes crazy in her attempt to write to Celestia about a friendship problem, to the point of deciding to create a problem herself. In The Crystal Empire - Part 1she shows a desperate desire to pass a test that Celestia gives her. Twilight tends to be skeptical of unproven claims, such as her friends' belief that Zecora is an evil enchantress in Bridle Gossipand Pinkie's " Pinkie Sense " in Feeling Pinkie Keen.