That's what he looked like a year ago.
That's what he looks like today.Gender:
Short, dark blue. He normally brushes it every morning and cuts it every few weeks.Tail:
Like his mane, short, dark blue. He is unable to cut and brush it, so it sometimes looks a little messy.Eyes:
light green, no eyelashes. Many ponys say his eyes always look a little sad...Body:
He is a little bigger than other ponies of his age. His hind legs, his wings and his tail are paralyzed because of an accident he had about a year ago.Cutie Mark:Age (Baby,adult):
young adult, but sometimes still behaves like a teenagerPersonality:
If you meet Airy Movement today, you might think that his accident had been many years ago, as he is an open-minded and (mostly) very happy pony. He loves to talk to other ponies, especially if they are interested in music. The only things he fears during a chat are questions about the accident that paralyzed half of his body. Even now, twelve months later, he still can't talk about it without being hurt deep inside.
Even though he can't do everything other ponies can, he always tries to help if he can.
When he isn't talking to or helping anypony, he spends most of the time making or composing music. He has the dream to become a famous musician somewhen.Likes:
music, talking, playing games, reading (Daring Do), cupcakesDislikes:
talking about his accident, feeling useless, being redlinedHistory:
About a year ago, Airy Movement was said to be one of the best young fliers ever to have come out of Cloudsdale. He spent most of his free time training for competitions and even one a few ones.
During a race against one of his friends, Airy Movement was hit by a gust of wind that made him lose control. He crashed into a mountain and was in a coma for six days. The surgeons in Cloudsdale's emergency hospital tried everything to save Airy's life, and they won, but they were not able to save his wings and hind legs.
When Airy found out about that, he became very depressive and even attempted suicide. His parents decided to move to Ponyville, as Airy hardly was able to live in Cloudsdale any longer.
During the first year in Ponyville, Airy tried to find something to replace the special talent he had lost in his accident. He started to play several instruments and found out that he was able to learn them very quickly. Even as a little colt he had been interested in music, but racing had been more important for him in this age. After a while he even started composing his own music.
However, Airy's parents were not able to stay in Ponyville forever, as they had jobs to do in Cloudsdale. After ten months they left Airy in Ponyville, visiting him every weekend.