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Rarity
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Kind Unicorn
Gender Female
Residence Carousel Boutique
Occupation Fashionista
Princess (unofficial)
Hula dancer (unofficial)
Fashion designer
Gem finder
Eyes Blue
Mane Indigo and grayish fuchsia-purple with dark indigoish purple gradients
Nicknames Tropical Girl
Relatives Hondo Flanks (father)
Cookie Crumbs (mother)
Sweetie Belle (younger sister)
Coat Light Gray
Cutie Mark Rarity Cutie Mark
Voice
Tabitha St. Germain
Singing voice Kazumi Evans

Rarity is a female unicorn pony and one of the main characters of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.

RelationshipsEdit

Sweetie Belle Sweetie Belle is introduced as Rarity's younger sister in Stare Master. In both Stare Master and in Sister Hooves Social, Rarity gets frustrated with Sweetie Belle's attempts to help her, but loves her very much.

Spike Spike develops a crush on Rarity the moment he sees her in Friendship is Magic, part 1. He goes to great lengths for her affection. In Boast Busters, he tries to impress her with a mustache conjured through Twilight's magic. Spike is protective toward Rarity in A Dog and Pony Show. Though he is all but defeated by the Diamond Dogs, he still tries to find ways to rescue Rarity, like using the gem she gave him earlier as bait. In Owl's Well That Ends Well, Rarity calls Spike "simply amazing" and gives him a bow tie laden with jewels.

Spike treats his crush on Rarity as a secret in Green Isn't Your Color, though his feelings are so obvious to other ponies that he is shown wearing a shirt with Rarity surrounded by a heart as a visual gag. Pinkie Pie, who is privy to the "secret" as much as the other ponies, still acts very surprised when Spike reveals his secret to her.

Despite all of this, Spike and Rarity's relationship develops to become stronger in later episodes. In Secret of My Excess, Spike generously gives Rarity a fire ruby that she covets. In gratitude, she kisses him on the cheek and calls him "Spikey-wikey." During Spike's birthday party, they affectionately rub their cheeks together. Later in the episode, when Spike returns to normal after growing into a monstrous dragon and he and Rarity plummet to the ground, Spike very nearly confesses his feelings for her, but Rarity stops him mid-sentence and gives a teary smile at him, and Spike smiles back. After they are rescued by Fluttershy and Rainbow Dash, Rarity calls Spike her hero and kisses him on the cheek again.

Rarity shows a more caring and sensitive feeling for Spike in Dragon Quest and still calls him "Spikey-wikey." She stands up for him when Applejack, Pinkie Pie, and Rainbow Dash pick on him and when Spike decides to join the dragon migration, Rarity tries to change his mind, telling him that she doesn't want him to get hurt by the other dragons. Later, she even threatens to hurt the older dragons if they harm Spike.

In Simple Ways, Spike helps Rarity in her attempts to win the heart of Trenderhoof, despite his own feelings for her.

In Inspiration Manifestation, Spike assists Rarity as she designs a puppet theater for the Foal and Filly Fair. She thanks Spike for his help, defining him one of her dearest and most supportive friends calling him her "favorite dragon". When Rarity's theater is met with harsh reception and she falls into a depression, Spike helps by finding a spell from a hidden spell book to bring Rarity's ideas to life. However, Rarity is corrupted by the spell, and Spike worries that telling her to stop will cost him her friendship. Spike soon tells Rarity the truth about her actions, breaking the spell, and Rarity tells Spike he should never be afraid of telling her the truth, and the two share a friendly hug.

In some situations, Spike is even submissive in his devotion to Rarity. In Green Isn't Your Color, he gladly offers his body as a pincushion for Rarity to use while she designs a dress. In Party of One, he takes out Rarity's garbage and addresses her as "most beautiful one". He looks at her lovingly even after she says he smells "like a rotten apple core that's been wrapped in moldy hay and dipped in dragon perspiration." In Rarity Takes Manehattan, Spike carries Rarity's bags to the train station and through the streets of Manehattan.

In Castle Sweet Castle, Spike has a stuffed doll shaped like Rarity.

In Rarity's Birthday, Spike gets Rarity a gem collection. Rarity feels touched by Spike's gift, but is shocked to hear from Spike that Tenderhoof is her heart, not him, but Rarity tells Spike she loves her gift and would never hate him. She also tells Spike that she loves him very much and would be honored to be her boyfriend. She also explains that she broke up with Tenderhoof after hearing about his new girlfriend. Rarity & Spike then kiss for the first time.

In Spike & Rarity's Vacation to Hawaii, Rarity & Spike go to Hawaii for a tropical vacation. Rarity wants to makes a flower lei for Spike, but feels homesick by the sea and wants to relax on an island to make herself feel better, and then later, Spike goes surfing at the ocean on the beach to catch some waves, and then meanwhile, he sees Rarity hula dancing by the sunset while singing her song, and then she now made a lei of flowers for him. Rarity and Spike had a happy vacation during the summer.

In Spike & Rarity's Wedding, Rarity & Spike get married.

In Spike's Funeral, Rarity gave a euology at Spike's funeral, describing him as "the most loved dragon".

Family and RelativesEdit

Cookie Crumbles (mother)

Hondo Flanks (father)

Sweetie Belle (younger sister)

Character relationshipsEdit

  • Defeated Rahzar (Clancy Brown) with Applejack's assistance in My Little Pony: Tears to Magic.
  • Defeated by Brae Burn (Michael Daingerfield) in My Little Pony: Tears to Magic.
  • Seems to be good friend with Fleur Dis Lee (Nicole Oliver).
  • Friend of Coco Pommel (Cathy Weseluck).
  • Best friend of Fancy Pants (Trevor Devall).
  • Considered a friend by Thunder Lane.
  • Was sent by the Shredder (Kevin Michael Richardson), Tiger Claw (Eric Bauza), and Fish Face (Christian Lanz) to kill Spike (Cathy Weseluck) in My Little Pony: Magic Art Online, but chose not to do so.
  • Considered a rival by Flash Sentry (Vincent Tong).
  • Mentor and rival of Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard).
  • Was controlled by Doctor Henry Wu (B.D. Wong) in Jurassic World: No More Grief.
  • Was wounded by Nightmare Moon in My Little Pony: Endless Night, but managed to escape death thanks to Spike's arrival.
  • Was wounded by King Sombra in My Little Pony: Endless Night 2.

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