It's not that it didn't go over well, it's just incredibly difficult to formulate a response when you're provided with no context as to whether the statement was a compliment or a sarcastic remark. I didn't assume it was the latter, but nonetheless it is still difficult to reply to.
There is an illustrated story in the official My Little Pony magazine in France that shows Celestia having a four-year-old cousin called Léon, a Pegasus unicorn who shares Prince Blueblood's color scheme and cutie mark and Rainbow Dash's base character model. The story overall is, however, not canonical to the television series.
thats from the family and relatives section on the wiki
But you're missing the point; it's an official magazine. This means that it was devised by the same creative minds behind the show, utilising the same canonical universe as depicted in the show... Just because it hasn't happened yet in the show does not mean it isn't canon. You're using what is know as an Appeal to Ignorance, which is a logical fallacy. In other words, your argument holds virtually no merit.
Just because it is official doesnt make it canon and heres the thing it can be in the same universe but not canon the wiki knows all. Foal im right you know it but your to much of a Trixie to accept it.
You'ree one of the ones that's making bronies look bad with your fanmyopia, do you realize that? Bronies are becoming veiwed as worse than furries due to not only the R34 but also the sheer arrogance and audacity that lead broniess to levy death threats against someone who worked on the show even though she had nothing to do with the event in question. All because they made some arbitrary rule based on nothing that lead them to think they knew better than the creators of the show. Who cares if leon isn't canon? Habro made a male alicorn. You don't like that so you are exhibiting negative emotion against the source of it. Prince leon might not be canon, but neither is anything else the fans do. Not only that, but Zephyr isn't even an alicorn, he's a pegasus. So where do you get off, not only telling hasbro they can't make male alicorns, but also other creators what they can and can't do with their own characters? What gives you the right? What authority do you have to show off how incredibly wrong you are? Certainly not hasbro, who seems to have no problem with making non-canon alicorns, certainly not reality since Z isn't one.