With the Equestria Games just around the corner, Spike is thrilled to be selected to light the opening day torch, until his nerves get the best of him; Spike takes drastic action to show his friends that he’s the brave dragon he claims to be.
And thus as the week passes, another Crewniverse Recap. For anyone who tuned in for Steven this week was welcomed by a Ninjago special (yay..). It does make one ponder the choices CN makes due to the episode having just moved to Wednesdays. Either way, next week is “Lion 2: The Movie” in which Steven and Amy (and lion) go off to the theater and hilarity ensues. We’ll also be trying to snag some details from the Steven Universe Panel taking place this weekend at Wondercon Anaheim. Enjoy.
A German YouTube channel has published a music video for Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks. Admittedly, it’s a little out of the ordinary for premieres of previews or shorts, but it looks like legit, spiffy animation. We don’t know whether it is one in the series of recent shorts, though.
Party preparations are twice as fun with great music! So shake a hoof with the Equestria Girls!
Update: The video and our backup have been taken down, so here’s our other backup. See also the first comment.
We at Legends of Equestria want to remind you that the Open Server Weekend is coming up a week from today, on April 18th-20th! The game will be available to play that entire weekend.
The servers will open to the public at 12:01am EST on April 18th and close at 11:59pm on the 20th. The game will be available through the downloads page here: http://www.legendsofequestria.
com/downloads. The game will be available for download on the 17th but the servers will not open until the 18th at 12:01 am EST. Please note that you must have a forum account before you can log in to the servers. It is highly suggested that you register before the 18th, as the servers will be very busy once the weekend starts!
If you don`t have an account already, you can register here.
You can see the system requirements for Legends of Equestria here.
This was the week for Littlest Pet Shop to shine with its Season Two Finale last Saturday and MLP taking a bye week. Wouldn’t you know it! LPS did finish #1 on the Hub charts–one of the Monday reruns, that is. That airing drew 355,000 viewers, just one thousand more than a Thursday rerun of MLP.
You have to go down to 38th position to see Part One of “The Expo Factor” and 175,000 viewers. Then, you can go up eight pegs to find Part Two and 183,000 viewers. So after three weeks of respectable numbers relative to this season, it all ends in a thud. In fact, the most-watched program last Saturday was a rerun of “Pound Puppies” (252,000 and 11th place). Overall, the two-parter finished behind 15 MLP reruns and 8 of its own. Below are the final averages followed by the ten most-watched episodes of this season.
The Hub has sent out a press release on the finale episodes that also touches on some updates related to online games.
PRINCESS TWILIGHT SPARKLE STRUGGLES TO PROVE HERSELF AS A PRINCESS IN THE FOURTH SEASON FINALE OF “MY LITTLE PONY FRIENDSHIP IS MAGIC” ON THE HUB NETWORK, MAY 10
New Online Game “My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Rainbow Falls Flight School” to Launch on April 28 Along with Monthly Updates to the Popular “Equestrivia Challenge”