Vampire Pony is vengeful, condescending, jealous, and angry. The legend tells that since the ponies were torpid though Vampire Pony’s stint as Prince, she grew resentful and obsessed, loosing her humanity and becoming a Night Mare.
She is acts very formal towards her subjects, quick to anger and easily offended. Throughout the Court, her Carthian officers try and help her to let go of her thousand-year-old customs and ideas of propriety, which are the cause of her apparent intimidating behavior.
The results of Luna’s thousand-year torpor are an unfamiliarity with more modern customs. Her arrival is dramatic, almost theatrical, and she reveals herself to the townsponies with a very authoritative and regal bearing.
Vampire Pony speaks in a powerfully (perhaps Majesty enhanced) amplified voice when talking to ponies, which she claims is traditional for Equestrian royalty. Her general speaking style is very formal, almost to the point of excess, and makes occasional use of “hath,” “thy,” “nay,” and “thou,” archaic English constructs.
Artist: Jamie Wills.