I love it it makes me wanna cry and run over to her giver a hug and confert her and love her oh the poor princess be made a queen all her people count on her she must feel trapped by her duty as the queen of the changelings wish she'd stop taking the love and instead give it after giving it she would receive it.
To me it looks like she is a lil pony who was tolled that she was gonna be queen no matter if she wanted to or not and the changelings count on her 24/7 to get them good emotion (food) and she has no time to have fun and do good (because when you take the love from someone you only ever get hate in exchange...unless of course you stope the taking a do the giving: my mom says that all the time) and so she feels trapped by her duty as queen 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 oh this is so powerful 😭😭😭😭I LOVE IT ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
i think that after the tribes settled equeastria they started to experiment with magic and biology trying to create a powerful breed of pony i think chrysaliss and discord were there first attempts and were labled as hideous failures and were set to be killed but discord saved them both and enslaved the ponies it was then that celestia and luna were created to imprison discord but they somhow missed chrysalis and she came back to exact revenge for her brother /// discord and chrysaliss didnt ask to be born they cant help what they look like we should feel greif for these poor souls
I really don't think that Discord, Chrysalis, Celestia, and Luna were artificially created. Discord is a draconequus and Chrysalis is a changeling. Neither of them are ponies. Obviously there must have been more changelings other than Chrysalis. Because there were thousands of them that invaded Canterlot. How else could those changelings have been made. If Chrysalis was a failure, they wouldn't make more of the same species. Besides, there is no way to experiment. Celestia wasn't born yet, obviously. And since Celestia is over a thousand years old, this would mean that the tribes settled Equestria in the year 1000 A.D. or earlier. And in that time, there was no knowledge of science so they couldn't have experimented. It's a nice theory, but too many things contradict it.