Surprise

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Surprise is a pegasus pony. They later made her a baby pony, Baby Surprise.

G1 Surprise
G1 Surprise's Symbol


Names
Italian: Melassa


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Pony Stats


Backcard Stories

Note: These stories are reproduced exactly as they appear on the ponies' backcards, including all errors.

US Backcard Story

G1 Surprise's US Backcard

Surprise was traveling through the clouds and saw what looked like a rainbow far off in the distance. As she flew closer, she realized it was a runaway hot-air balloon flying frantically out-of-control. "Are you lost?" Surprise shouted to the giant balloon. Suddenly a head poked over the top of the basket. "Please take me home," pleaded Spike, Majesty's little pet dragon. Surprise gently guided the balloon all the way back to Dream Castle. Majesty was delighted to see her friend Spike and gave Surprise a royal "thank you!"


Media Appearances

TV

Surprise in mlp cartoon
Mommy Surprise and Baby Surprise from a lunch box


Animated Pony Stats

Surprise was a main character in the My Little Pony 'n Friends TV Series, in which she was voiced by BJ Ward. She often played pranks on the other ponies, and liked to surprise them. The Pinkie Pie from G4 was originally named Surprise and had them same color scheme.


Catalog Pages


So Soft Surprise

G1 So Soft Surprise
Ss-surprise.jpg
MOC So Soft Surprise
So Soft Surprise backcard

Surprise was re-released as a So Soft version in Year Four (1985-1986), which is covered with a fur coating.


Argentinian Surprise

Argentinian Surprise Variant I

Argentina surprise



Argentinian Surprise Variant II

Greenhair-argie-surprise.jpg


Argentinian Surprise Variant III

Bluehair-argie-surprise.jpg



Italian Surprise

G1 Italian Surprise


Plush Surprise


Accessories



Merchandise



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