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How do we know this pony is a pre-modified Camo-Flage? It appears to be in the same pose as some of his other ponies, so I don't know why it's that one specifically. --T K 19 14:13, 23 July 2011 (PDT)

If you do the research, it's not Camo-Flage. I actually can't find which one this particular one is. It isn't like any of the original ponies that Chris owns, nor is it like one that Chris has admitted to making... --4Macie 18:42, 31 July 2011 (PDT)
  • What research, 4Macie? You assert that it isn't Camo-Flage practically everywhere yet refuse to offer any evidence against the idea. Like you said, there are many ponies with the same pose, so explain how you can differentiate between those ponies and Camo-Flage. Nullity 01:13, 1 August 2011 (PDT)
On the actual my little pony page there is a list of Chris's known ponies...while some of them don't correspond to the one next to it as the "original" (you can tell by the pose as well as the coloring for the "symbol" on their butts). Camo-Flage as shown on this page is NOT in the same pose as in this picture. The one on this picture has it's head slightly turned to the left while Camo-Flage has its head straight. The pony in the picture has a yellow symbol on it's butt while Camo-Flage has a brown one. And to correct you on your invalid assumption, I have only said it isn't Camo-Flage on two forums (this one and the actual my little pony one) and I stated almost the exact same evidence there too. While I agree it is just a pony picture, we should at least get our stuff as accurate as possible. --4Macie 13:37, 1 August 2011 (PDT)
  • OH, and as I posted in the other forum I said this in...Camo-Flage is actually Camo colored...this one isn't. It's a light pale blue. --4Macie 13:38, 1 August 2011 (PDT)
  • Fair enough. While it may not be Camo-Flage, I still say that we leave it named as is until you or someone else can identify the name of the horse. You do your funky research thang. Nullity 16:41, 1 August 2011 (PDT)