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Adorkable Spike is a character in the "Adorkable Twilight & Friends" series.

About[]

Spike lives in Ponyville after being partially raised in Canterlot. He lives with Twilight Sparkle, Starlight Glimmer, and Moondancer. He has many hobbies and likes including his enjoyment of automobiles, video games, and sculpting with glass. He also shares business space with Bon Bon in downtown Ponyville where he gives massages.

Appearance[]

Spike is a smaller sized dragon with upward angled scales that run from the top of his, down his back to the tip of his tail. He is drawn with three dragon fingers and three dragon feet toes. His underbelly is softer then around his back and he has three flap like features on both sides of his cheeks. He is a pink color.

Personality[]

Spike is often easy going and quite relaxed to most situations. He also has a drive that makes him want to learn. When there is something he wants done, he studies and works hard to get that thing done.

Spike has some child-like tendencies, mainly being naive in certain things. He is shown to be quite trusting in others even if he shouldn't trust them.

Despite the few child-like tendencies, Spike is very mature. He is shown he can handle money properly, make tough decisions and think rationally. He started from scratch to create his own business and worked with others to expand his reach. He is often the voice of reason and can quickly get a gauge on others personalities just by being with them for a short time. He is able to reason with others and really communicate on a personal level with friends.

He has also shown to have a bit of an temper. When something bugs him, his whole mood becomes like that of a rain cloud and he can get quite snappy with others. When he is losing, he often isn't too pleased. He also doesn't like being taunted and has been shown to have somewhat of a conservative mindset and traditional values to things.

Spike is in a loving relationship with Lily Valley. Their relationship is close as they do deeply care for one another.

Development[]

Spike's first appearances in the series were more basic, but he still had a close relationship with Twilight. In one episode, "Child Labor," he even asks her if he is nothing more but a glorified slave. At the point shown in this series, Spike's actual work is never truly shown, but soon after he is seen cleaning, cooking, and taking care of Twilight and the whole house. Whether it is by force or of his own choosing was never quite explained right away. Later in the series, he seems to do these things because he truly cares for the others living in the household and he feels it is his responsibility to contribute in his own way.

Spike's original role was simply as a family member or support for Twilight. He would clean and do chores, but as time progressed, so did Spike. He learned he had a talent in massaging others and bringing them peace. He also learned to supplement his massage business through glass art.

Relationships[]

Spike has many relationships with family, friends, and acquaintances. For the most part, he is friends or on good terms with everyone.

Still a close friend and confidant to Twilight, Spike can give her emotional support as well as help with her allergies and phobies, and he's very protective of her. Starlight is his best friend and both are generally joking around or passing time together, but whatever their friendship can develop a level above it's still to be seen. Moondancer isn't so close to him as the other two, but they have a good understanding about each other, even helping each other when the situation requires.

Outside the domestic life, Spike have his own circle of friends which include Big Mac, Soarin, Zephyr and, later, Greg. Vinyl also counts, since she's his videogame partner and both enjoy to pass free time playing. After opening his massage house at Bonbon's shop, Spike passes a good amount of time working with her as business partners. And there's his friendship with Lili Valley, to Starlight's displeasure...

Appearances[]

  • "Princess Juice"
  • "Child Labor"
  • "Tough Bargain"
  • "Silent Butt Deadly"
  • "If I Must"
  • "Adult Material"
  • "Reasons"
  • "You Had A Bad Day"
  • "Storks"
  • "Helping Hoof"
  • "Rainy Night"
  • "Pushing Buttons"
  • "Sensitive Much"
  • "Bad Choices"
  • "Fat Burner"
  • "Horsepower"
  • "Look Before You Sit"
  • "You Light Up My Day"
  • "You Have Company"
  • "Little Moments"
  • "Roll With The Punches"
  • "Round Two"
  • "Monkey See, Monkey Do"
  • "Equestrian Justice"
  • "Closed Mind"
  • "Basket Case"
  • "Subtle Hints"
  • "Steamy"
  • "Growing Twilight"
  • "Thankless Job"
  • "Rough Day"
  • "Friendly First Encounter"
  • "Send In The Calvary"
  • "Guy Stuff"
  • "Guest Who"
  • "Nerves Of Jello"
  • "Calm Under Pressure"
  • "In Good Faith"
  • "Fingers Rule"
  • "Scratch This"
  • "Dragon On Wall Street"
  • "Innocence"
  • "First Client"
  • "The Little Things"
  • "Wet Fur"
  • "Line Into The Mares Room"
  • "Talk About Poo"
  • "Complete Garbage"
  • "No One Will Know"
  • "Good Memories"
  • "Cry Me A Rainstorm"
  • "Museum of Perils"
  • "Rain Break"
  • "You Can Only Imagine"
  • "Pleasant Dreams"
  • "Short Notice"
  • "Red Nosed Ruse"
  • "Manners"
  • "Moments Of Solace"
  • "Naughty Night"
  • "Red Moon Rising"
  • "Doctor Spike"
  • "The Right Price"
  • "Lesson Deflected"
  • "Responsible"
  • "Grow Up So Fast"
  • "The Game Of Life"
  • "Lurking"
  • "Pickle Size Matters"
  • "Doctor Spike Returns"
  • "Never Change"
  • "Old Man In The Phone"
  • "Off She Goes"
  • "Pinkie Pays"
  • "Mi Casa Es Su Casa" (mentioned)
  • "Party Horses"
  • "Web Of Deceit"
  • "Firm Deal"
  • "Desire"
  • "In Horse Poo"
  • "Peace Of Mind"
  • "Don't Drive Away"
  • "History"
  • "Spike Wins"
  • "Grooving"
  • "Dirty Secret"
  • "Sappy Love Stories"
  • "Nightmare Haunt"
  • "Context Clears Minds"
  • "Cinnamon Roll"
  • "Big Girl"
  • "Doomsday Prepper"
  • "Spike: The Brave And The Bold"
  • "Emotional Labor"
  • "Beat Down"
  • "Simulation Seduction"
  • "Numerics" (mentioned)
  • "Pudding Pact"
  • "Value In Friendship"
  • "Spiking It"
  • "Pane In The Glass"
  • "Quaint"
  • "A Whole New World"
  • "ZZZ"
  • "Whoops"
  • "Herbal Tea"
  • "Scheduled Fun"
  • "Bondage Bonding"
  • "Pinkie's Choice"
  • "What Is Love?"
  • "Smell Good Times"
  • "Burning Love"
  • "The Moves"
  • "Tiniest"
  • "Three Day Potato Salad"
  • "Business Deals"
  • "Game On"
  • "Arachnophobia"
  • "Socks"
  • "Shopping Shame"
  • "In The Glove Box"
  • "Easy For You To Say"
  • "Lot In Life"
  • "More Than Meat"
  • "Comics Are Cheap"
  • "Togetherness"
  • "Stallion Feels"
  • "Welcome To The Junkyard"
  • "The Plot Tube"
  • "Out Cooled"
  • "Exotic Art"
  • "Truth And Destiny"
  • "As Clear As Love"
  • "Party Ponies"
  • "Art Of The Deal"
  • "Night Thought"
  • "Peace And Twilight"
  • "Grab Fab"
  • "Trade Winds"
  • "Weight It Out"
  • "The Moon Rises"
  • "Stare Mares"
  • "Friends Togther"
  • "One Piece"
  • "Too Busy"
  • "Fun Times"
  • "Once, Twice..."
  • "Make It Out"
  • "Lost In Song"
  • "Twilight Picks"
  • "Public Affection"
  • "All In A Name"
  • "Snail Day"
  • "Spike The Man"
  • "Family Also"
  • "Understanding"
  • "Thinking Of You"
  • "In My Thoughts"
  • "Weekend Chores"
  • "Time Ticks On"
  • "A Simpler Time"
  • "Work It Out"
  • "Bon Diggity Bonster"
  • "Wise Dragon"
  • "Welcome Autumn"
  • "Pressure Cooked"
  • "Keep Friends Closer"
  • "Try The Sandwiches"
  • "The Mares"
  • "Friends Or More?"
  • "It Is What Friends Are For"
  • "Order To Go"
  • "Boop, Boop, Goose!"
  • "Drain The Swamp"
  • "Alli, Give Me Episode" (mentioned)
  • "General Advice"
  • "Grape Juice"
  • "Snappy Spike"
  • "Buying Calm" (mentioned)
  • "Home Is"
  • "Twilight Blew It"
  • "To The Extremes"
  • "Full Frontal Fantasy"
  • "Too Likable"
  • "Clear As Mud"
  • "Merry Together"
  • "Not Rocket Science"
  • "Salty"
  • "Assume The Position"
  • "Bucket Of Bolts"
  • "Scary Movie"
  • "Goodbye To You"
  • "Passing Blame"
  • "Winter Sunshine"
  • "Morning Merriment"
  • "Tissue Issue"
  • "Starlight Special"
  • "Tough As Nails"
  • "First Move"
  • "Loss Of Control"
  • "Fitting In It"
  • "Age of Civilization"
  • "Fishing For Friends"
  • "Forethought" (mentioned)
  • "April Fantasy" (April Fools Special) *
  • "Real Storm"
  • "Springing Into Spring"
  • "Meaty Mare"
  • "Catch Of The Day"
  • "Breakfast With Spike"
  • "Lets Do Lunch"
  • "Reignited"
  • "Start Small"
  • "Spike The Hipster"
  • "Truth And Slander"
  • "Scent Of Success"
  • "Real Clean"
  • "Wildfire"
  • "Election Night"
  • "Slithering Pest"
  • "Tossed Salad"
  • "Call The SWAT Team"
  • "Rage Quit"
  • "Naked"
  • "The Pitch"
  • "Misfire"
  • "The Best Bits"
  • "Moonlight Talk"
  • "Sweet Passion"
  • "Green Hoof"
  • "Love In Transport"
  • "Thrill Of The Night"
  • "Furry Fiend"
  • "Cabin For Two"
  • "Status"
  • "Song Of Life"
  • "Dry Lips"
  • "Makeup Kiss"
  • "Lesser But Not Worse" (mentioned)
  • "Smart Cookie"
  • "Modern Friendships"
  • "Waiting Game"
  • "Three Mares And A Dragon"
  • "Emboldened Accusers" (mentioned)
  • "Lost Battle"
  • "Peanuts and Lasagna"
  • "House Warming"
  • "Short Term, Long Term"
  • "Here Is Leafy"
  • "Modern Art"
  • "How The West Was Won"
  • "Routine"
  • "Candy"
  • "Weaving Web"
  • "Flu Shot"
  • "Hands"
  • "Security Dragon"
  • "Just Dinner"
  • "Mess"
  • "Moon Room"
  • "This Is Just Right"
  • "Friendly Gift"
  • "Lily Cares"
  • "Lone Hair"
  • "Bombed" *
  • "Boots"
  • "Merry Mistletoe"
  • "Desktop"
  • "New Look"
  • "Walking On Sunshine"
  • "Back To Roots"
  • "Fun Week"
  • "Learning Life" (mentioned)
  • "Opportunists"
  • "Criminal Offense"
  • "Welcome Home"
  • "Surprise"
  • "Way Back When"
  • "The Pits"
  • "Unsettling Emotion"
  • "Top This"
  • "Crowning Achievement"
  • "Papers Please"
  • "Glory To Supreme Twilight"
  • "Ship Of Fools"
  • "Nature's Bounty"
  • "Snuggles"
  • "Wet Mane"
  • "Tempted By The Fruit" (mentioned)
  • "Open Your Eyes" (mentioned)
  • "Fine Dining"
  • "Meat Dragon Strikes"
  • "Shades Of Love"
  • "Pie Twi"
  • "Starlight Surprise"
  • "Adventure"
  • "In Tune"
  • "Bedtime Tussle"
  • "Sinking Ship"
  • "Lifeboat"
  • "Last Shot"
  • "Sleep Well In Seaddle"
  • "Spikey Charms"
  • "Main Course"
  • "Feline Good"
  • "Sparkling Clean"
  • "For Dad" (mentioned)
  • "Check The Calendar"
  • "Dethroned"
  • "Dethroned Response" *
  • "Charity Car Wash"
  • "Shoot The Messenger"
  • "Getting Real"
  • "Shared Love"
  • "Freaky Fridge"
  • "Hook, Line, And Sinker"
  • "Mare To Mare" (in picture)
  • "Hesitation" (in picture)
  • "Winter Is Coming"
  • "Green Hoofed"
  • "The Dark Web"
  • "Flower In Your Mane"
  • "Pasta Perfect"
  • "More Guilt"
  • "Short Term Gain"
  • "Monopolize"
  • "Tie The Noodle"
  • "Lesser Mare"
  • "Remembering Back"
  • "Morning Frost"
  • "No Flu For You"
  • "Score Two Twilight"

*Special comic not tied the the canon.

Quotes[]

"Love is ruthless, Vinyl. It cradles you in a euphoric felicity, and can tear even the strongest down to their most vulnerable." - Spike ("Spikey Charms")

Trivia[]

  • Spike has three fingers on each hand. Some early drawings had him with four. He has always had three toes as well. In late 2020, his character started being shown with four fingers and toes.
  • Spike's height varies at times, but he is always the shortest when compared to all average sized ponies. In short, Spike is not tall.
  • Spike enjoys automobiles. He is often seen reading magazines on cars and trucks.
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