Gloriosa Daisy

Gloriosa Daisy transformed ID EG4

Gloriosa Daisy transformed by Equestrian magic in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree

Gloriosa Daisy Geometric Assortment ID EG4

Gloriosa Daisy's geometric outfit in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree

Gloriosa Daisy Crystal Gala ID EG4

Gloriosa Daisy's Crystal Gala dress in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree

Kind Human
Sex Female
Occupation Camp Everfree director
More info
Eyes Light green
Blue violetish black with light brilliant harlequin pupils (transformed)
Hair Two tones of moderate raspberry
Moderate cyan and light brilliant turquoise (transformed)
Coat Pale amaranth
Ceriseish gray (transformed)
Voice Enid-Raye Adams
Kelly Metzger (singing)
Gloriosa Daisy is a female human and the hidden main antagonist-turned-supporting protagonist in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree. She is the director of Camp Everfree and the older sister of Timber Spruce.

Development and design

Gloriosa Daisy's color scheme is similar to "Verity Lucky" from Friendship is Magic. Series supervising director Jim Miller has stated that she is a different character entirely.[1] According to Legend of Everfree assistant director Katrina Hadley, Gloriosa's transformed state was influenced by "aesthetic set up by" Rebecca Dart "for Midnight Sparkle".[2]

Gloriosa Daisy was first revealed in Hasbro promotional media for the Legend of Everfree film.

Depiction in Legend of Everfree

Gloriosa Daisy appears in the film as the cheerful director of Camp Everfree alongside her brother Timber Spruce. She promises the Canterlot High School campers a full week of fun activities, including ones never before offered by the camp. Despite her excitable behavior toward the campers, she shows slight animosity and disagreement toward her brother in silence.

Throughout the film, Gloriosa shows much devotion to the camp and its campers, trying to provide anything they might need at any given moment. However, she exhibits strange behavior that Sunset Shimmer notices, including tension with local businessman Filthy Rich, sneaking around the camp forest at night, and heated arguments with her brother. Sunset initially comes to the conclusion that Gloriosa and Timber are arguing because of Timber's desire to sell Camp Everfree. However, when Sunset's changing magic grants her the ability to see Gloriosa's memories, it is revealed that Gloriosa is under a considerable amount of stress trying to keep the camp from being bought out by Filthy Rich.

With Camp Everfree in danger of closing, Gloriosa despairs until she discovers a set of magical geodes in the nearby crystal cave; taking possession of five of the geodes grants Gloriosa magical plant-controlling powers. She uses these powers to try and save the camp, but she inadvertently causes several incidents around the campgrounds. This especially puts her at odds with Timber Spruce, who perceives the geodes' power as too dangerous and fabricates the legend of Gaea Everfree to cover for his sister's actions.

Even after being found out by Sunset Shimmer and Twilight Sparkle, Gloriosa remains determined to save her camp, and she uses the power of the two remaining geodes to transform and become stronger. She then uses her magic to enclose the entire camp in a giant dome of brambles, promising to protect the campers and everything she holds dear. When she is unable to be reasoned with, Twilight and her friends use their own magic to destroy her brambles and defeat her.

Upon being returned to normal, Gloriosa reconciles with her brother and apologizes to the campers for her misguided actions. With the help of Twilight and her friends' Crystal Gala fundraiser, she is able to keep Camp Everfree from closing. After the Rainbooms perform Legend You Were Meant To Be, she interrupts an intimate moment between Twilight and Timber to introduce Timber to some new camp donors who were friends with their parents.

Other depictions


Gloriosa Daisy appears in the book adaptations of Legend of Everfree, The Legend of Everfree and Legend of Everfree: Save Our Camp! Her role in the books is much the same as her role in the film.


Gloriosa Daisy appears in the Equestria Girls app. Legend of Everfree description

While the kindhearted, warm natured Gloriosa Daisy is always trying her best to make Camp Everfree the best it can possibly be, there is definitely a lot more she is hiding behind her always upbeat smile.[3]


At least two Equestria Girls dolls of Gloriosa Daisy were released as part of the toyline's Legend of Everfree lineup: a "Geometric Assortment" variant and a "Crystal Gala Assortment" variant. The Crystal Gala Assortment doll was first revealed at Hasbro's 2016 Toy Fair. The back of Gloriosa Daisy's Geometric Assortment doll's packaging reads that the "BEST THING ABOUT CAMP" is "It's a special place to make memories!"


When first introduced, Gloriosa Daisy is depicted as very chipper, kind, helpful, and inspirational. She completely devotes herself to making Canterlot High School's time at Camp Everfree as enjoyable and memorable as possible. Her overeager consideration of others is usually punctuated by the catchphrase "I've got this!" However, Gloriosa drops her typical cheerfulness when she gets into disagreements with her brother Timber Spruce and faces off with greedy businessman Filthy Rich.

When Sunset Shimmer gains the ability to hear others' thoughts, Gloriosa's inner thoughts are revealed to be a stark contrast to her outward behavior. She bears much resentment toward Filthy Rich for showing up unannounced, and she gets so overwhelmed by dealing with Filthy and the campers' problems that her mind is filled with screams of frustration.

Gloriosa Daisy harbors a deep love and attachment for the camp that her great-grandparents founded. Because of this, Gloriosa becomes so desperate to save Camp Everfree that she resorts to using Equestrian magic to seal it off from the outside world. Her desire to protect the camp and its campers become so warped that she disregards the danger she exposes them to and ignores her brother's pleas to stop.


"Hey, everyone! If you could start heading to the courtyard, that'd be rad!"
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"Hi, everyone! Welcome to Camp Everfree! I'm Gloriosa Daisy, your camp director! Think of me as your friendly camp and nature guide."
— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"If there is anything I can do to make this week the best week ever, you just let me know. I've got this!"
— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"I just wish you hadn't told them that ridiculous story!"
— To Timber Spruce, My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"I would never try to scare anyone away from Camp Everfree."
— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"Please. My great grandparents founded this place. It's been in our family for generations! You have to let the camp stay!"
— To Filthy Rich, My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"This is our camp, and it's being taken away! If this has to be our last week here, I'm going to use whatever it takes to make it count!"
— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"I have an announcement to make! Filthy Rich wants this to be the last session of Camp Everfree. But don't worry, I got this!"
— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"Why are you fighting me?! I'm doing this to save our camp! I'm doing this for you!"
— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"I only wanted this to be the best week Camp Everfree has ever had. And instead, I've made it the worst. Maybe it's for the best that I'm losing the camp to Flithy Rich."
— My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
"Thank you for everything. Oh, if I'd just asked for help in the first place... "
— To the Rainbooms, My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree


Gloriosa checking her clipboard EG4

Gloriosa Daisy image gallery


  1. Jim Miller (2016-03-07). @Murrisson @MLPRainbow20 Nope.. Retrieved on 2016 July 8.
  2. Katrina Hadley (2016-09-25). @KTonarella @gabevalhalla not really, we were just trying to follow the aesthetic set up by R. Dart for Midnight Sparkle while refnc nature. Retrieved on 2016 October 3.
  3. Legend of Everfree Movie | Legend of Everfree. Retrieved on 2016 July 8.

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