Twilight Sparkle (or Princess Twilight Sparkle) is the third My Little Pony animal made at Build-a-Bear Workshop. She is in her alicorn form (against the fans wishes), than the unicorn form, as many fans wanted. She replaced Pinkie Pie at Build-a-Bear. Her release date, along with Spike is August 1st, 2013. She may or may not be replaced with Fluttershy and Applejack or Rarity.==Buildabear.com Description==
Experience the magic of friendship with this sweet MY LITTLE PONY pal! PRINCESS TWILIGHT SPARKLE® is the perfect new friend with her pretty purple wings and multi-colored mane. Personalize your MY LITTLE PONY friend with clothing and accessories to make the perfect unique gift.
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- SKU: 020424
- Height: 16.0 "
- Product Weight: 13.0 oz
- Eye Color: Purple
- Fur Color: Purple
Twilight Sparkles are all wanting to be princesses and show of their smarts, but they also want to have fun and be friends with you!
Twilight Sparkle is a purple alicorn (winged unicorn), with purple eyes, sapphire blue, violet, and rose colored mane and tail, shiny wings (which are MUCH bigger and longer than Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy's), a shiny horn, and red six-point star cutie mark with smaller stars/sparkles around it.
- Twilight is normally a unicorn, but after being an alicorn (or princess) in the season 3 finale, Build-a-Bear decided to make her an alicorn, along with Hasbro's toys.
- Twilight's mane is set up differently than the hard toys and the Rainbow Dash and Pinkie Pie plushes. It looks more accurate to her character, if brushed correctly. Some fans have quoted that her mane is "better looking" and "easier to maintain" than the other two ponies.
- Twilight was released by herself (as a Make-Your-Own animal), with Spike.
- She, unfortunately, replaced Pinkie Pie, August 1st, 2013, as they had room for only two ponies, and Pinkie sold less than Rainbow Dash, so she was the one they discontinued.
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