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[S4E21] A Spell With No Name

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[S4E21] A Spell With No Name

The spells try to catch the Spell With No Name inside a glass jar, but it evades their grasp, and when it passes through Hypnoslumber, he crumbles into dust. In the ensuing panic, Glowworm loses his glow, making the Spell With No Name completely invisible. Without any way to see the Spell With No Name, Eclipsa's spells give Glowworm back to Richard and prepare to blow up the whole dimension with a bomb. Richard tries to dissuade them from taking such extreme action, but the spells believe if they don't, the Spell With No Name will destroy everyone and everything in the entire multiverse.

Just then, Richard notices the Spell With No Name fluttering behind Eclipsa's spells and realizes he can see it with his echolocation. He convinces the spells to let him try and lure the Spell With No Name into capture before they set off their bomb, and they agree. Following the Spell With No Name into a pitch-black room, Richard blasts at it with his magic and forces it in the direction of the other spells, and they successfully catch it in the jar.

Star and Eclipsa's spells join forces in order to defeat a lethal spell that has gone rogue after two of their spells collide into one another.Tropes: Alternate Universe: It's made explicit that the spells don't necessarily live in the Wand, but rather exist in an alternate dimension and can be called by both the Wand and magic users like Star. Star's spells aren't the only ones living there, as every user of the Wand has a room dedicated to their spells, and Eclipsa's spells have started coming out of their room again now that Eclipsa holds the Wand. Their major concern over the Spell with No Name is that once it finishes destroying their dimension, it will be free to move onto others. Bittersweet Ending: The spell with no name has been captured thanks to Richard and Star's spells are more open towards Eclipsa's spells, but many of Eclipsa's spells died in the process, and it's heavily implied that the titular spell will become a problem in the future. Break the Cutie: The normally cheerful and lively Spider With a Top Hat is hit by a Low Self Esteem spell and is reduced to a sobbing mess of woe throughout the whole episode. Continuity Nod Amongst Eclipsa's spells are Hypno Slumber, Ouroborus, and Low Self-Esteem Nightmare Dream, all of which she cast in "Swim Suit". One of the doors in the hall has a green version of the Blood Moon symbol on it, which appears to reference the time Marco used the wand. The Spell with No Name is mentioned once before, in The Magic Book of Spells, as being the spell Eclipsa created to kill Septarians, but never dared to name. Like when Moon used the spell on Toffee, it appears as a dark butterfly that disintegrates whatever it touches. Foreshadowing: The spells mention that they must be willing to sacrifice themselves to protect the queens. In the final episode, Star and the queens destroy all magic. Good is Not Nice: Eclipsa's spells are trying to prevent the Spell With No Name from damaging the Multiverse, but crassly kidnap another spell and wreck several rooms without explaining themselves. Heart Is an Awesome Power: Though he seems himself as weak and useless when compared to Eclipsa's spells, Richard's echolocation allows him to see the nameless spell when everyone else can't. Impact Silhouette: The Nameless Spell effortlessly burns a hole shaped like itself through whatever it passes. It's The Only Way To Be Sure: When the glow worm goes out, losing the only way to find the Spell With No Name, Eclipsa's spells decide to destroy their dimension so it can't damage other dimensions. They stop when Narwhal realizes he can find it anyway using echolocation. Jerkass Has a Point: Though Dave the Flying Pig is a jerk to Richard the whole episode, he has a point when he calls the narwhal out for not helping his best friend, the Spider With a Top Hat. Killed Offscreen: Most of Eclipsa's spells are killed by the Spell with No Name offscreen, the only survivors being Low Self-Esteem Nightmare Dream, Ouroboros, and Pyro Pony. Lower-Deck Episode: The spells take centerstage once again, but rather than Spider with a Top Hat, the focal character is Narwhal. Never Trust a Trailer: The episode's description says that Star and Eclipsa will work together to stop the spell. Neither of them appear in the episode, and it focuses on their other spells instead. It also says that the spell became a threat when their spells collided, but no such thing has happened. Never Given a Name: The eponymous spell is one Eclipsa never named, and remains unnamed by the episode's end. Pint-Sized Powerhouse: The nameless spell takes on the appearance of a butterfly like creature but is a potential risk to the entire multiverse. Sealed Evil in a Can: Eclipsa's unnamed spell is sealed within a pickle jar. Shadow Walker: One of Eclipsa's spells is a flying cyclopean black cat called Void Cat who can teleport through shadows. Shout-Out: The title is a reference to America's popular country song "A Horse With No Name". Touch of Death: Everything the nameless spell touches rots into nothing. We Hardly Knew Ye: Every one of Eclipsa's spells (aside from Low Self-Esteem Nightmare Dream, Ouroboros, and Pyro Pony) are killed by the Spell with No Name in the same episode they debuted. While most were Killed Offscreen, Hypno Slumber is explicitly shown killed by the spell.

Rainbow Dash shares her design and eye color with Daring Do and WCE Unnamed Mare - Jouster, her design with Skywishes, Sugar Grape, Lucky Dreams, Sweetsong, Breezie, Feathermay, Periwinkle, Star Dasher, and sometimes Ploomette and Banana Bliss, her mane and tail style with Holly Dash, "Doseydotes", "Ballad", Léon, and Roku-chan, her mane style with Andrea, her tail style with "Sunstone", and her coat and eye colors with Shoeshine, Eclair Crème, Screwy, "Turf", "Bloo", "Tough Love", and Micro 02 Unnamed Mare - Alicorn.

Rainbow Dash is accepted into the Wonderbolt Academy for a week. She makes friends with a Pegasus pony named Lightning Dust and is paired with her by the captain of the Wonderbolts, Spitfire, to complete the boot camp exercises. In the challenge of obliterating the clouds, Lightning Dust tries to complete the task quicker by creating a tornado. Unfortunately, the tornado almost hurts Twilight Sparkle, Pinkie Pie, Rarity, Applejack and Fluttershy when they come to visit her in the hot air balloon. Rainbow Dash saves them just in time and chews out Lightning Dust for her recklessness. She decides to quit the academy, thinking that cadets are rewarded for being reckless. Spitfire soon catches up to her and informs her that being the best should never come at the expense of one's fellow ponies. Being elite isn't about pushing oneself, it's about pushing oneself in the right direction, which Rainbow Dash has demonstrated. Because of this, she is promoted to lead pony.

Much to their surprise, their wingless friends have decided to follow them with the aid of Twilight's cloud-walking spell, easing Rainbow's fears. However, Twilight had also given Rarity beautiful butterfly wings, which led her to steal the spotlight. As a result, Rainbow Dash loses her nerve and tries to delay her performance. As the competition draws to a close, however, she decides that she must perform anyway.

In Games Ponies Play, during her flashback as a filly, Rainbow Dash stands on the back of an adult Pegasus stallion with a similarly rainbow-colored mane and tail. The stallion is unnamed in the episode, but he is named Rainbow Blaze and described as Rainbow Dash's "dashing mentor" in Enterplay's collectible card game and is also named Rainbow Blaze in the IDW comics.

Rainbow Dash is her name and adventure is her game! A true hero, this rainbow-haired Pegasus pony is as fast as they come, flying through the air with jaw-dropping speed! Athletic, brave and confident, she is also a bit mischievous - and always first on the scene wherever danger is at hand. Whether traveling to distant lands or taking on mystery and magic, this pretty pony is ready to fasten her seatbelt for the adventure of a lifetime!

By the time of Quagmire's wedding, Lois' breasts have gotten very large after deciding to wean Stewie, on the advice of Brian. While at the reception, the top of her shirt rips open. Peter notices that Quagmire is staring at Lois' huge breasts, and deliberately spills champagne on them. Peter then "helps" Lois by shaking her, which makes her large breasts jiggle. This arouses Quagmire, and he realizes that he has made a mistake by marrying Joan. He informs Joan that some of his friends think they should get an annulment after discussing it with Peter, Joe and Cleveland, but she threatens to cut herself and him if he annuls their marriage. As a result, Peter decides to help Quagmire fake his death. He shows Joan a video of Quagmire being attacked by a ninja (Joe), a Nazi (Cleveland), a "pots and pans" robot (Peter), and the body being consumed by a dinosaur held by Peter (to the theme of Jurassic Park). Joan is unconvinced by the video. Peter and his friends then operate plan B, which consists of Quagmire pretending to suffer a heart attack and die. Quagmire is buried in a coffin with enough oxygen to last him a short period of time so Peter can return after the funeral has finished and dig him up. However, when Mayor West announces that all coffins must be buried in concrete (to guard against zombies), Peter exclaims that Quagmire is not dead, and brings him out of the coffin, alive. Death shows up to retrieve his body. Joan pleads for Quagmire's life, and grabs Death by the arm, causing her to drop dead instantly. Peter talks Death into taking Joan instead, as "she was suicidal and her last name was Quagmire." However, before he leaves, Quagmire asks Death to leave the body for another five minutes, thus turning him back into his old usual self. 59ce067264


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