Zecora is not a pony , but a Zebra .
and some kind of Voodoo witch.
Here you can see her making some witchcraft on her caldron.
Or she is just cooking some soup . we will never know.
I guess a too curious pony will find out soon.
Hmm . now we know when Pinkie wrote that music .
You guys know how I like an ilsutration with lots of light and smoke effects .
and this one was very funny .
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"She's an evil enchantress
She does evil dances
And if you look deep in her eyes
She'll put you in trances
Then what will she do?
She'll mix up an evil brew
Then she'll gobble you up
In a big tasty stew
Soooo... Watch out!"
That episode kinda reminded me of X-Men crossed with the Salem Which Trials. Freaky.
In fact, looking at it, you have better luck working with earth."
--- Zecora, after testing out the reputed Peddler Transformation potion.
(Kudos to anyone who knows which witch's formula I'm talking about)
Πηγασοι ΑιθιοπικοιPegasos Aithiopikos
Pegasoi AithiopikoiPegasus Aethiopicum
Pegasi AethiopicumEthiopian Pegasus
Ethiopian PegasiEthiopian Pegasus, Der Naturen Bloeme manuscript
c. 1350, National Library of the Netherlands
THE PEGASOI AITHIOPES were a herd of winged, horned horses native to Aithiopia (sub-Saharan Africa).
The famous Pegasos horse of myth was himself said to have been born near Aithiopia, on the Red Sea island of Erytheia.
Pliny the Elder, Natural History 8. 72 (trans. Rackham) (Roman encyclopedia C1st A.D.) :
"Aethiopia (Ethiopia) produces . . . many monstrosities--[including] winged horses armed with horns, called Pegasi."
- Pliny the Elder, Natural History - Latin Natural History C1st A.D.