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This is something I've been pondering ever since Twilight became an alicorn. Given what we know in the context of the show, alicorns are either extremely long-lived or immortal. Which would seem to mean that Twilight is now also blessed (or cursed) with immortality. Which means that she now has to watch her non-alicorn friends and family grow old and eventually die. So there are several things I wonder - how will that affect her outlook in the future, and when her original five friends eventually kick off, what happens to the thrones in Twilight's castle? Does she get new friends to fill those slots? Not to mention that her non-alicorn brother is married to Princess Cadance and he'll eventually kick off as well, so how will Cadance and Twilight deal with that?
Favorite visual artistSir John Everett MillaisFavorite moviesBen-Hur, The Dark Knight, Contact, Sabrina, Auntie Mame, Chocolat...Favorite TV showsDoctor Who, Supernatural, Fringe, Twilight ZoneFavorite bands / musical artistsBeethoven, Bach, Stravinsky, Respighi, Tchaikovsky...Favorite booksThe Golden Pot, The Neverending Story, Stardust, The Just So Stories, Wicked Favorite writersPoet: Donne, Keats, and Coleridge; Writer: Neil Gaiman, Michael Ende, J.R.R. Tolkien, E.T.A. HoffmanTools of the TradeYarn, thread, needles, crochet hooks; cardboard, mod podge, paper clippingsOther InterestsArt, Music, and Writing