M. has 4 brothers, has a "friend of a friend" who has access to the Canterlot Library, gets offended easily, and may have a large role in the future with the ZB comic.
"Jest to zwykle ta zimno o tej porze roku?"
Went out with FF for winning 2nd place in a WB contest. She showed interest in him and gave him her telephone number, kissed him, and left; he never called her.
May have a crush on D.C.B., is best friends with Z.B., lives with D, and works with Z.B., too.
Was caused by the continued "exploration" of Earth by Equ.; the EF felt this was an invasion, found where these "invaders" were coming from and attacked, going after P.C.; this was all from "Compass" convincing her that it'd be a good idea, but they'd have to use the EoH to power the long-range teleporter.
All Equ'ans were detained after the war; P.C. was executed after her trial on Earth.
Actually only lasted 67 hrs.
Loss of Equ'an life was 227; EF loss of life was 28.
P.C. ordered all Equ'an forces to stand down during the last 6 hrs.; this didn't happen very quick.
In Cloudsdale, the militia surrendered before any fighting actually started.
P.C. was captured in her throne room with most of her aids, and her sister.
P.L. had forces that helped attack during the first night and morning, but they weren't effective and most of them were killed; she recalled the remaining guards to Canterlot to be messengers, deliverers, and to train militias in other towns/cities.
The Mane 6 was tasked with getting neighboring countries to assist in the war, however, they were unsuccessful, and P.C. ordered them to stop, telling them that Equ. was surrendering.
When the EF captured Canterlot and entered P.C.'s throne room, she and her aids did not fight back, though, they were tazed to avoid any temptation.
P.C. was paraded through Canterlot's streets in a humiliating fashion before being loaded on a spacecraft to be brought back to Earth.
"Compass" felt responsible for the whole 3daywar and tried to convince the EF that he was to blame, not P.C.; they were not interested and told him that, "if you're seeking punishment, your guilt is punishment enough in our eyes". This began the full planning for Requiem.
"Compass"'s wife divorced him, taking their daughter, after he had spent more time working on Requiem than with them; he was unphased by this.
"Compass's daughter" wanted to make peace with her father later in her life; this restored their relationship.