When Twilight and her friends venture into the palace labyrinth, Discord prevents them from "cheating" in his "game" by magically removing the ponies' wings and horns.

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In the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Q Who, Picard refers to Q as "..of kin to chaos".

On the My Little Pony Friendship is Magic DVDs Princess Twilight Sparkle and Season Three Disc 2, Discord is listed in the credits of Games Ponies Play despite not appearing in the episode.

He has a deer antler on the right, a blue goat horn on the left, one long fang, different-sized pupils, a snake tongue, a goat beard, and white bushy eyebrows.

He has the right arm of a lion, the left claw of an eagle, the right leg of a lizard, and the left leg of a goat.

When the Elements of Harmony go missing, Celestia accuses Discord of stealing them, because they were held in a chamber protected by a spell that she believed only she could break.

Discord appears in the stained-glass windows of the palace and replies with a riddle, leading Twilight to believe that he hid the Elements in the Canterlot castle labyrinth.

The statue is posed in a cheerful manner, in contrast to the frightened pose that Discord assumes when being turned into stone at the end of the next episode, which concludes the story arc.

Cheerilee, who is taking her Ponyville class on a field trip, stops the class to point out the draconequus statue.

According to Lauren Faust, the villain Nightmare Moon, now Princess Luna, was originally named Discord.

During a Las Pegasus Unicon panel with John de Lancie on February 23, 2013, he mentioned that he had just done a recording "a couple of days ago" of something that rhymes with "Guy Whittle Stony".

John de Lancie (English; credited John Delancie in S3E12 on DVD)Yu Zhengsheng (Taiwan Chinese)Fred Meijer (Dutch)Michel Hinderickx (European French)Michael Pan (German)Kornel Pusztaszeri (Hungarian, all episodes except S3E10 )Karoly Kassai (Hungarian, S3E10)Mario Zucca (Italian)Shigeru Chiba (Japanese)Kim Ki-hyeon (Korean)Mohamad Hazzley (Malaysian, S2E1-S2E2)Grzegorz Pawlak (Polish)Marcelo Pissardini (Brazilian Portuguese, season 2-3)César Marchetti (Brazilian Portuguese, season 4-present)Richard Balint (Romanian)Nikita Prozorovsky (Russian)Juan Masotkleiner (European Spanish)Enrique Cervantes (Latin American Spanish)Niklas Gabrielsson (Swedish)Yaroslav Chornenkyi (Ukrainian, seasons 2-4)Dmytro Zavadskyi (Ukrainian, seasons 5-6) Discord is a male draconequus and former antagonist introduced in the season two premiere.