Other transformed apples later sing at Big Mac and Sugar Belle's wedding. It brings a large number of apples to life, and they set out to create more of their kind. Pinkie Pie is briefly transformed into a living apple to spy on them, and Twilight's friends become vampires to oppose them. After forming into a massive monster in the shape of Spike , the apples are pacified and relocated to a secluded valley. A manticore named Manny Roar  poses an obstacle to the main characters in Friendship is Magic, part 2 after Nightmare Moon deliberately enrages him.
Manny Roar has the body of a lion, a scorpion's tail, and a pair of dragon-like wings. Fluttershy calms him when she shows him kindness by removing a painful thorn from his paw. In No Second Prances , Trixie incorporates a different manticore  with horns and smaller ears into her magic act. In a flashback in Celestial Advice , Princess Celestia gets worried that Twilight might meet a manticore if she sends her to Ponyville. In School Raze - Part 1 , a manticore appears imprisoned in Tartarus.
In Part 2 , Twilight uses the natural magic inside the manticore so she and her friends can escape, temporarily separating the manticore into a lion and a scorpion. Luna is able to understand Melvin, who tells her that some ponies destroyed his home, so he attacked and trapped them.
Luna and Celestia restore Melvin's home, and in return, he helps them build the Castle of the Two Sisters. Melvin and other manticores are also mentioned in Princess Celestia and the Summer of Royal Waves , and a family of manticores appears in Princess Luna and the Festival of the Winter Moon. A maulwurf is a large mole-like creature that appears in the episode To Change a Changeling. It is described by Starlight Glimmer as "half-bear, half-mole, half-raging-pile-of-claws". The maulwurf mostly resembles a giant star-nosed mole with blue fur, large forearms, and multiple light-blue appendages around its snout.
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It menaces the changelings and eats the plants that grow around their kingdom. It has an extremely thick hide, allowing it to shrug off magic blasts from a unicorn , and withstand having a large chunk of rock thrown at its head. In School Raze - Part 1 , a maulwurf appears imprisoned in Tartarus.
He is a muscular, bipedal, therianthropic ox-like character who claims that he teaches "assertiveness techniques" to "pushovers. Another minotaur named Well-to-Do , along with his minotaur employees, appears in The Root of the Problem. An Ophiotaurus is a creature with the upper body of a bull and the lower body of a serpent that appears in Frenemies. In the forests near Mt. Everhoof, an Ophiotaurus is drawn to the sound of Cozy Glow and Lord Tirek 's arguing and attacks them.
They are saved when Queen Chrysalis transforms into a female Ophiotaurus, causes the other Ophiotaurus to become infatuated with her, and drains it of its love.
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A dog with two heads called an orthros [note 1] appears in the episode Trade Ya! Rainbow Dash trades a Discord-shaped lamp to his owner for him and trades him to a collector of Daring Do books for a first-edition copy of Daring Do and the Quest for the Sapphire Statue.
As a condition of the trade, Fluttershy agrees to relocate to Manehattan for a time to help the Daring Do collector train the orthros. After the trade is called off, Rainbow Dash trades the orthros for a bird whistle, for Fluttershy. The orthros is shown to give obedience difficulties to both his original owner and prospective owner, but he is calm and obedient toward Fluttershy. One head is that of a Saint Bernard, the other head appears to be a generic mutt. A concept design for the orthros seen in The Art of Equestria shows it originally having a snake tail, similar to the chimera in Somepony to Watch Over Me.
Philomena appears to be very sick, losing her few remaining feathers, persistently coughing, and being unresponsive to Fluttershy's numerous treatments. After chasing an evasive Philomena through the streets of Ponyville, Fluttershy witnesses Philomena burst into flames, but Princess Celestia explains that phoenixes need to renew themselves by shedding all of their feathers and bursting into flames.
The renewed Philomena is bright red with golden-lined wings, and complies with Rainbow Dash 's whispered request to tickle the Royal guards. The two even "high-five" at the end. In Dragon Quest, two phoenix parents defend themselves and their hatchlings against a gang of teenage dragons. During this skirmish Spike is able to rescue one of the unhatched phoenix eggs from the teenage dragons, and briefly ends up caring for the newly hatched baby phoenix, naming him Peewee.
A series of pictures panned over in Just for Sidekicks shows Spike returning the baby phoenix to the two adults.
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In Molt Down , Zecora tells Rarity, who is hard of hearing, that prolonged exposure to phoenix feathers can cause hearing loss to a pony. The Phoenix is derived from Greek mythology, often associated with the sun. According to Greek lore phoenixes are aviary beings that have survived for prolonged life-spans, measuring up to thousands of years. They accomplish this feat by bursting into flame during old age and then arise from their ashes into an earlier, youthful, stage of their lives.
Phoenix is also one of the 88 modern constellations, it is named and modeled after the same mythical bird. The mythical fire-bird appears frequently in popular media and has been referenced several times in pop culture. Pigasus in The Return of Harmony Part 2. A Pigasus plural Pigasi is a pig-like creature with the body of a pig and the wings of a Pegasus pony.
Their name is a portmanteau of "pig" and "Pegasus".
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In My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue 23 , Applejack and Fluttershy encounter a real Pigasus during their vacation in Splendor Woods, and they try to hide it from ponies who seek to disturb and remove it from its natural habitat. Unlike in the series, the Splendor Woods Pigasus has a blue coat and a wider wingspan. On My Little Pony: Nightmare Knights Issue 3 page 2 , Pigasus tears are among a number of magical objects offered as prizes in a roulette game in Princess Eris ' casino.
Pukwudgies ,  or puckwudgies ,     appear in the season eight episode School Daze - Part 2. They are diminutive porcupine-like creatures with large mouths that can shoot the quills on their backs like projectiles. Sandbar accidentally lures a group of pukwudgies to his and his friends' hiding spot at the Castle of the Two Sisters. Quarray eels , named and seen in May the Best Pet Win!
Their name is a play on " moray eels " and "quarry. The eels proceed to pop their heads out of their caves, trying to eat the contestants as they pass by. After Rainbow Dash dodges all of the eels with relative ease, the other animals try to make it through: the bat is almost swallowed by one of the eels but manages to escape out of the creature's nostril.
The eagle almost has its head bitten off by another eel. The owl props open a third eel's jaws with its wings, and the falcon gets its tail feathers bitten by a fourth eel but manages to escape the eel's grip. Quarray eels can also be seen in the background while Princess Celestia is zip-lining in Between Dark and Dawn.
Unlike real-world eels which live underwater in oceans, quarray eels live on land and can breathe air.
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They are very large, carnivorous birds of prey that are drawn to the smell of a dragon's molt. In Frenemies , Queen Chrysalis briefly transforms into a roc. The Curse of the Statuettes features a baby roc and his mother the Wind Guardian. One thing that a Roc hates is being ridden — if it decides to carry anypony, it will do so in its great talons if it does so at all.
The sea serpent featured in Friendship is Magic, part 2 and Slice of Life has a long serpentine body, reminiscent of an Asian dragon, with fish fins instead of ears, purple scales and orange hair, eyebrows, and mustache. His hair is arranged in a pompadour style. He was later named Steven Magnet in merchandise. He is one of the obstacles that the Mane Six face in their quest for the Elements of Harmony. Three sirens named Adagio Dazzle , Sonata Dusk , and Aria Blaze originally roamed Equestria spreading disharmony among ponies with their siren's songs.
They fed off the ponies' negative energies to make their voices and magic more powerful with the intention of conquering Equestria. They were banished by Star Swirl the Bearded to the human world , where he surmised they would do no harm since there would be no magic in that world, unaware that later, Sunset Shimmer and Twilight Sparkle would bring Equestrian magic to that world.
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During the film, the Dazzlings use their songs to control the students of Canterlot High School and advance to the final round in the Mane Event. They are eventually defeated by Twilight Sparkle, Sunset Shimmer, and the Rainbooms when their gem pendants are destroyed and they are stripped of their powers. In Equestria, the sirens' appearance is more similar to that of a hippocampus, another mythical sea creature, rather than a traditional siren. In the human world, the Dazzlings' anthropomorphic forms possess translucent fins on their backs, like those on their true forms' front legs.
Their siren forms are summoned as astral projections from their pendants and are used to battle, and ultimately weaken, the Rainbooms. The Dazzlings appear again in their siren forms in Shadow Play - Part 2 during a flashback depicting their defeat and banishment by Star Swirl and the Pillars of Old Equestria. Sirens are mentioned in the bio for the Cyclops-Clops in Gameloft's mobile game. Sphinx in Daring Done? Sphinx pictured in Castle Sweet Castle. A different-looking sphinx appears in the episode Daring Done? It is a giant, magical, four-legged creature with the head of a pony, the body of a lion, and the wings of an eagle.
It has some level of magic, able to cast a spell that prevents Pegasus flight in her pyramid, and manifest a blindfold over Somnambula's eyes. In Somnambula's legend, the sphinx menaces a desert village and claims most of its crops for herself. When the son of the pharaoh stands up to the sphinx, she captures him and challenges the other villagers with a riddle for his release.
Somnambula beats the sphinx's riddle challenge as well as her blindfolded bridge-walking challenge, and the sphinx flies off in a rage. She is a character called "Sphinx" in Gameloft's mobile game. The game's description of her states, "Hobbies include riddles, long walks inside her pyramid, and menacing Southern Equestria. Star spiders appear in the season four episode Castle Mane-ia. They mostly resemble regular spiders, but they also bear star-shaped symbols on their abdomens.
They have bulky physiques, hunched backs, gray coats, white hair, and black mask-like faces. Two of them serve as Tempest's bodyguards, distinguishable from the other Storm Creatures by the purple streaks in their hair. They mostly speak in unintelligible growls and grunts, but in the My Little Pony: The Movie Prequel comic, some—including Ralph and Sam —have comprehensible speech.
In What Lies Beneath they appear as illusions. It is an amorphous creature of blue starry smoke that infests and feeds on ponies' dreams, turning them into nightmares. According to Princess Luna , the Tantabus gets stronger with each additional pony's dreams it infects.