258 deviants said The moral of the story is that if you feel guilty about something, you can just stop feeling guilty after you've been told you can stop feeling guilty. Luna tortured herself out of guilt but now it's all okay because Twi told her so.
144 deviants said Luna's 'Don't help me (even though you defeated many dangerous monsters in the past), I must do it alone (at least until I fail)' cliche. Also, it would have been much easier if she had told at start that Tantabus was her creation.
117 deviants said Singing sunflowers. That was a real nighmare fuel. How could they put those c**psaccharine monstrosities in a show for kids!?
78 deviants said Oh, look. Tank is already back. Just like that. Continuity my a**. Or winter in Ponyville is actually very short and RD was just incredibly hysterical like a spoiled brat who has her toy taken for a day.
76 deviants said No, they didn't... Another character got wings... Princess Big Mac the ascended fanon. Scott Sonneborn apparently spends way too much time with M.A. Larson.
64 deviants said Luna was actually continuously torturing herself over past sins. Kinda crafty - definitely more convenient than gouging her own eyes out or banishing herself. That still makes Luna an emo, though.
54 deviants said I'm not sure if ponies actually got it, but they should now be afraid of alicorns who can apparently create dangerous monstrosities that can possibly end the world they know.
23 deviants said Poor Spike. The girl you like doesn't seem to dream about you. Many guys can relate.
23 deviants said Yeah, Scootaloo. The bigger the better...
17 deviants said An inception-like episode (which is cool) but without a dream-within-a-dream sequence. I think that alone deserves a sin.