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[Reward] There's a wolf in the hive
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Since when people start seeing the prince as a bad guy?

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male 654,174, pony 70,003, mlp 47,371, sword 5,485, armor 4,644
Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 11 months ago
Rating: General

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11 months ago
Because I have to ask due to curiosity. Have you made a dark souls reference in your work before?
11 months ago
i don't see the prince as a bad pony . i do however recognize that the dragon has fallen in love with the princess he guards. and is willing to put his life on the line to prove that any prince that wins her hoof in marriage can protect her better than he can. poor dragon ( i think i missed the first image in the three) he loves the princess but can never show her or win her. he can only prove his love by making sure her husband is tough enough to kill him.
11 months ago
is he dead?
11 months ago
It's not the concept of a knight or prince risking everything and overcoming challenges to do good that's cheered against. It's the expectation that they'll be rewarded romantically, that the princess doesn't get the right to refuse. They're treated as an object to be won in these works, and the prince is treated as entitled to romance because of it.

We cheer against the prince, born into advantage, who seeks to rescue someone he's never had meaningful time with under the expectation of being rewarded with romance and having the princess for himself, and we cheer against the prince who rarely is truly portrayed in the world's eye as seeking to understand the situation and do good for the sake of doing good.

Give us a prince who goes in with no expectation or desire of reward, who investigates the situation and tries his best to choose the best possible option and allow those he seeks to "rescue" to have a say in their own lives, and who could walk away happy even if being told "no", and we'll still cheer for him. But we almost never get that.
11 months ago
I have room in my heart to cheer this pony, but not as a prince. No, with how they fight for the princess as a prize to be won, how they brave danger just for personal gain, how they ignore the lives of those they kill in leave behind, they are not a prince. They are a mercenary. So I cheer them, not to kill the dragon who had no say in their combat, but for their future, to go back to the kingdoms and slay those even greedier than themself. That is how my heart cheers this mercenary.
10 months, 2 weeks ago
wow amazing pic
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