Second question: how many other wingless characters are going to get them before Scootaloo's enable her to fly assuming that's going to happen at all? And also, I'm glad you've got wings! Rarity again suggests seeing Zecora, but Spike is certain his stone scale will clear up after a good night's sleep. We've got a few teasers to go along with it if you are curious: And in other news, the 69th official comic made by fandom artist Pencils was revealed a few days ago! She makes a cream that works wonders. The smell they excrete, while repugnant to most other creatures, attract giant predators such as hydras, tatzlwurms or rocs. Spike runs to Zecora to see if she has a cure. The next morning, his face is covered with stone scales, and later that day they're all over his body. Thus Spike nearly gets eaten by a very persistent giant bird in the Everfree Forest.
There's also a moment of confusion early on when Smolder is explaining this to Spike, and he thinks she's talking about rocks instead. If you weren't spoiled of this twist, this is pretty shocking to see it happen eight seasons into the show. Twilight uses the opportunity to have Spike help her practice a lecture, but Spike gets a sudden case of indigestion and accidentally burns Twilight's flash cards with his fire breath. But even I get the odd blemish from time to time. However, the roc quickly snatches up Zecora, and when Spike runs into Rarity in the forest, the roc snatches them up as well. The two save them from falling to the ground. When Twilight appears, having planned to see Zecora about a remedy for Spike's stone scales, she discovers the danger that her friends are in.
I promise, it won't bite. Includes 71 page digital booklet. The roc grabs Zecora before Spike can stop her, and Spike gives chase and ends up running into Rarity. Smolder has to literally spell it out for him to get the idea. It isn't magical or anything like the call of the Dragon Lord. Spike manages to free himself from the roc's claws with his fire breath, but Rarity and Zecora remain trapped in its clutches. His uncontrollable itchiness subsides, but he suddenly gets encased in a stone-like cocoon.
As Spike hurries through showing the tour group around the school, his voice suffers random and extreme shifts in volume, causing him to speak either very softly or very loudly. She explains that growing up will not change who Spike is inside, and whatever happens in the future, they will get through it together. It's a magic ailment I've treated for years. But I'm glad that the last was a new pair of wings! Spike: Don't you think there are wonderful things about flying that don't involve dresses? I'm assuming that we chalk up his lack of wings during Secret of My Excess to his maturation being caused by greed, rather than naturally occurring. You might remember him from Anon's Pie Adventure. Rarity has recently developed , which Zecora identifies as a side effect of prolonged exposure to phoenix feathers. Spike gains a pair of wings.
After Rarity leaves, Zecora finds Spike hiding under one of her masks outside the hut. Smolder: That molt stench is a magnet for predators. Who probably never had a blemish her whole life. Spike distracts the roc and overwhelms it with fire, causing it to drop Rarity and Zecora, and Twilight and Spike swoop down to carry them to safety. With his newfound ability to fly, Spike soars up to help Twilight save Rarity and Zecora from the roc. The disguise doesn't survive an ill-timed fire burp, though.
Humongous birds of prey that can snack on a molting dragon like candy! He refuses to take off his disguise and quickly takes Pinkie Pie's place as a tour guide for the school to stay away from Rarity, fearing she'll reject him if she sees him like this. Since he's surrounded by some students and tourists at the moment, he directs the flame breath at the floor in order to not hurt anybody. If you enjoy the wonderful music on this show as much as I do, it's fantastic to listen to on its own. This causes him to end up wreathed in flames, and although he's unharmed thanks to dragons' immunity to fire, his doesn't survive, turning to ashes. Summary Stone scales and indigestion Spike's single stone scale. I highly recommend listening closer to them. If you like dragons so much, come and get me! It's all part of growing up dragon.
The premise is certainly interesting; we got a taste of what happens when dragon maturation is accelerated by greed back in , and now we're getting a look at when it happens naturally. However, he isn't hiding from Rarity—he's hiding from a ravenous roc that was drawn to the smell of his molt. As she examines him, Rarity arrives, having become temporarily deaf due to working with the phoenix feathers. They run into Peewee, the phoenix chick Spike rescued and is now grown up, but the bird touches the stone scale, sending Spike into pain. Rarity suggests that the blemish will go away after a good night's sleep. Just don't get the shampoo.
Smolder tells him it is a sign of growing up after which the dragon's family forces them to live on their own. Hopefully you enjoy the downloads--I've had a ton of fun this season ripping them. . Twilight is horrified upon seeing this for the first time. I'll be back this weekend for the Season 7 rips! I have seen some pretty bad molts in my time, but yours takes the cake! Rarity: Ooh, precious pants, that does look uncomfortable. Spike declines, claiming to be busy giving tours of the school.