When a Canon print head has output like that, it’s game over. Considering the whole printer was a whopping $75 when I picked it up, spending $1000 on replacement parts doesn’t make sense. It was a fun tool to use while it did work, though. It was oddly intoxicating to be able to make prints measured in feet, not inches.
Whoa… I can’t believe they did that. That’s legitimately sad. I think this is what I’ll take from this episode more than anything. No seriously: This would be like if they blew up the Doctor’s TARDIS.
Everything happened there. That’s where she had her first Pinkie Pie party. That’s where she found the Elements of Harmony book. That’s where she time traveled, where she star-gazed, where her friends found the solution to the Alicorn Amulet. That’s where she deconstructed Star Swirl’s spell. That was her home. Whenever we watched ponies, it’d be in the theme song. You don’t… you don’t blow up Twilight’s library.
It never even crossed my mind that such a thing would or could happen to her library. It was always there, something to come back to as a point of relative stability. You always saw it, and for the most part, it always stayed the same. The Discord episodes may have rendered it upside down once, and Twi herself may have made it jump, but it came back in the end. Until now, anyway. It seems that it got replaced with a shiny new castle now, but the old library will always have a special place in my memory. It’s what I got used to, and while I’m excited for how the new castle is going to play into future storylines, if at all. The old one was first, and that’s special. And the books, all the possibly destroyed books. :(