My Little Pony Gameloft App-Weird Bug found

There have been plenty of images that show a really weird bug. (I don’t really know if it’s a bug or not but there are many photos of it on Google Images.)

Media has shown that you can have several Octavia Melody ponies.

Here are the pictures I found that show proof.

Tons of Octavias!

Tons of Octavias!

WOW! Look at all those Octavia clones!

WOW! Look at all those Octavia clones!

This is not really weird

This is not really weird…

WHOA! I would love to have THIS in my village! How do these people do this? Comment if you know how!

WHOA! I would love to have THIS in my village!
How do these people do this? Comment if you know how!

Wow, okay, THIS is just getting WEIRD.

Wow, okay, THIS is just getting WEIRD.

That’s all I have time to post. Now I have to go. Bye!

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My Little Pony Gameloft App: Currencies

The first currency is Hearts. (we already talked about Gems in a post. If you haven’t read it yet, go read it now!)

Hearts (Heart) can be found in treasure chests from friends. (That’s the only way I know to find them.)

You can play Heart Balloon Pop for 30 Heart or buy special ponies, shops, and decor with Heart.

Heart can be gifted in a chest to your friend every 24 hours.

Hearts don’t have much features to talk about, so moving on.

Element Shards are the Element of Harmony shards that belong to each of the six ponies.

Applejack-Honesty (Honesty_Shard)

Rainbow Dash-Loyalty (Loyalty_Shard)

Pinkie Pie-Laughter (Laughter_Shard)

Rarity-Generosity (Generosity_Shard)

Fluttershy-Kindness (Kindness_Shard)

Twilight Sparkle-Magic (Magic_Shard-1)

When a harmony stone is activated, you can spend element shards on it for Bits and a 2% chance of Gems. (very low chance)

To activate a Harmony stone, you have to first uncover the area it is in (uncover an expansion zone) and you have to then reach a certain number of that shard.

You can use element shards to defeat enemies like Parasprites and Bats. You can also use element shards in the Everfree Forest (newest update) to defeat plunder seed vines and cragadiles (pond uncovered by expanding, and no, it’s not crocodiles, they call it cragadiles)

Element shards can also be produced from Totems that you can make in Zecora’s Hut located in the Everfree Forest. There are different size totems that produce different amounts.

Bits (Bit) are the main in-game currency.

Bit can be used to buy ponies, shops, and decor in the store.

Bit can also be used to uncover expansion zones.

Bit are mainly used for score multipliers in the mini-games.

Examples: x1, (100Bit) x2, (1000 Bit).

There is also x4 that requires 5 Gem to be used.

Bit can be produced by spending element shards on an activated Harmony Stone. There is a very high chance of bits but a low chance of gems.

Bit can also be produced from shops when the item being made in the shop is finished.

Bit can be won in Balloon Pop games and they can also be won in prizes from mini-games (Only the Equestria Girls dance mini-game and the mine cart mini-game.)

You can also tap on items in the scenery of Ponyville or Canterlot to achieve Bit.  If you’re lucky, sometimes mine cart wheels (Minecart-wheel-token) can be produced from trees or statues. It’s happened to me many times.

Last currency: XP (Star)

Star is the currency used to raise your level.

You can earn Star from shops, and when a new pony arrives, you can also earn Star. You can ALSO get Star from completing quests in-game.

Well, that’s all I feel like writing for today. Hope this page helped!

My Little Pony Gameloft App Guide-Gems

Okay, now I’m posting guides for the My Little Pony Gameloft app.

So the first category is currencies, and the first currency we’re going to talk about is Gems.

Here are some ways I know that gems can be found:

If you’re lucky, you can find Gems in the minecart mini-game.

Gems can be earned by defeating enemies ex. Parasprites, Changelings, Bats, and more.

Gems can be earned in the daily calendar displaying how many days you’ve played.

Gems can be bought in the in-game store. (WARNING: COSTS REAL MONEY!)

Gems can be dropped by the pony in the box. Though, that might be impossible because she rarely appears again.

Gems can be earned by leveling up (maximum number of gems earned is 3, with minimum being 1, but it depends on the level you are on.

This is a screenshot from level 13. You gain 1 gem when you reach level 13. It depends on what level. The higher the level, the more gems you receive, and the lower the level, the less.

This is a screenshot from level 13. You gain 1 gem when you reach level 13. It depends on what level. The higher the level, the more gems you receive, and the lower the level, the less.

Gems can be earned from completing quests.

If you look at the bottom right corner of this screenshot, you can see that you can be awarded 3 gems from this quest.

If you look at the bottom right corner of this image, you can see that you can be awarded 3 Gems from this quest.

(This image was found on Google Images) Gems can also be earned from Balloon Pop.

Here are some ways that Gems can be used:

Gems can be used to buy rare or special characters, shops, or decorations.

Gems can be used to play Balloon Pop. At rare times to win rare characters, it will cost 10 Gems instead of 20, the normal cost.

Gems can be used to skip a quest.

Gems can be used to skip time on the Equestria Girls mini-game while you wait for another song to be available.

This doesn't have anything to do with Gems, but it's an image of the Equestria Girls mini-game. Found on Google Images.

This doesn’t have anything to do with Gems, but it’s an image of the Equestria Girls mini-game. Found on Google Images.

Gems can be used to uncover expansion zones/clear items.

Gems can be used to skip time when building a house for a new pony.

Thats all I want to add in right now. Thank you for taking the time to read this post!