- English: Starshine
- German: Sternenglanz
- Portuguese (Brazil): Asinha de Açucar [Sugar´s Wing]
- 1 Media Appearances
- 2 Toy Variants
- 2.1 Common Starshine
- 2.2 Brazilian Starshine
- 2.3 French Starshine
- 2.4 German Starshine
- 2.5 Greek Starshine
- 2.6 Italian Starshine
- 2.7 Mexican Starshine
- 2.8 Peruvian Starshine
- 2.9 South African Starshine
- 2.10 Venezuelan Starshine
- 3 Merchandise
- Pose: Firefly Pose
- Body Colour: White
- Hair Colour: Pink/yellow/green/blue
- Eye Colour: Blue
- Symbol: Gold star surrounded by spots
Starshine was released as part of the Year 2 (1983-1984) Rainbow Pony Set.
- A blue ribbon
Note: These stories are reproduced exactly as they appear on the ponies' backcards, including all errors.
US Backcard Story
On a cool rainy morning Starshine was ready for excitement. "I want to have some fun today!" she shouted to the dark giant rain clouds. Stamping her hoof impatiently on the ground, she pleaded, "Send me on a secret rainbow journey!" The clouds opened and a multi-colored beam of light swooped down to lift her up into the sky!
Traveling in the beautiful light, Starshine's rainbow-colored hair stretched out behind her like the tail of a shooting star. The light carried her on a special adventure to a land of enchantment and magic!
"Hi, Ho my brightly colored beauty!" shouted the Milky Way. Starshine winked at a comet and laughed with the man in the moon. By evening she was home again. "This has been a very exciting day indeed!" she thought as she gazed up at the sky. Twinkling down the stars whispered, "Come back again, Starshine!"
- Purple shooting star brush (with hole)
- Original 1984 Collection 1: Parasol, Moonstone, and Starshine (retro re-issue)
She is white with rainbow mane, blue eyes and a metalic golden star as symbol. She is a little smaller than her US counterpart (Brazilian ponies are all a little smaller than US ones) and was produced in Brazil, by Estrela in 1984. Her brazilian name is Asinha de Açucar (Suggar´s Wing) and she came with an orange comb and an orange ribbon.
There are 2 known variants of French Starshine.
French Starshine Variant I
- looks similar to US Starshine, except with a yellow, non-glittery symbol.
French Starshine Variant II
- white with dark purple hair with a white streak in the mane. has yellow, non-glittery symbol.
Starshine's German name was Sternenglanz.
- Surprise Pose
- hooves marked "1984 Hasbro, Hong Kong."
German Starshine does not have a glittery symbol, but some versions of her have a metallic gold painted symbol while other versions have a non-metallic yellow painted symbol.
Greek Starshine stands in same pose as her US counterpart, she is a white pegasus with a large glitter golden star as symbol, rainbow mane and rainbow tail. She came with a brush and a ribbon (brush shape and brush/ribbon colors could vary). Her name was Neraida (Fairy).
Greek Starshine Backcard Story:
Once upon a time, in the magical land of ponies, beautiful Little Princess and her little dragon lived in Castle of the sky. The Castle of the sky had the vivid color of pink roses, and its towers were deep blue, like the sky in springtime. When Little Princess celebrated her "Nameday" her little dragon gave orders for all the gates of the Castle to open widely, for the bridge to lower to the ground and for the trumpets to announce the Celebration. The news would spread immediately to the corners of the Earth. And then, the Fairytale Ponies along with the Star Ponies would put on their very best outfits, would comb their long manes nicely and, shining of beauty and grace, they would come to the Castle of the Sky to honor pretty Little Princess. Star Ponies adorned the celebration with their dazzling looks while incomparably graceful, Fairytale Ponies added splendor to the event.
Chrysomallousa (Sunbeam) put sunbeams on her hair, stars adorned Astrofeggia (Twilight), and Pigassos (Firefly) went to the celebration with his marvelous blue mane floating while he flew over the clouds.
Anatoli (Sunlight) would bring her shining colors to bright up the celebration, whereas Neraida (Starshine) and Anemos (Windy) would keep everyone laughing, with their freshness, friendly and good mood.
Starshine´s Italian name is Bianco and he is stated to be a male pony. There are two variations of Italian Starshine. All of them stands in same pose as US Starshine and all have blue eyes.
Italian Starshine Variant I
- normal rainbow hair
Italian Starshine Variant II
- tropical rainbow hair (2e edition rainbow ponies)
- Purple curly hair
South African Starshine
there are several variants known so far.
Venezuelan Starshine Variant I
- white with yellow hair and red symbols
Venezuelan Starshine Variant II
- white with light blonde hair and blue symbols. Came with orange comb and light yellow ribbon.
Venezuelan Starshine Variant III
- White with yellow hair and blue symbols. Came with orange comb and light yellow ribbon.
Venezuelan Starshine Variant IV
- white with light blonde hair and orange symbols
Venezuelan Starshine Variant V
- yellow with coral hair and navy blue symbols
Venezuelan Starshine Variant VI
- coral body with yellow hair and blue symbols. comes with blue comb and white ribbon.
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