>>32613220>we don't see the door from the inside after AJ opens it
true, but at the same time aj can hear them talking from very far away, but the room is apparently sound proofed from the inside because they can't hear the entire fucking park outside. it just doesn't make sense. >I wouldn't blame them for sitting tight calmly
i would. they rather sit there and do nothing than even test and see if it's a different situation? they've got the brains of sheep.>RD was trying to ride the coaster on her own
she was sitting there staring at it, in fear. and a roller coaster only lasts a few minutes, she could've did it and then went to help aj. alternatively, going to help aj would've been a good excuse for her to get away from it. >determined to win that game at all costs
they ended up just giving up anyway, i hope they feel like assholes for putting a rigged game ahead of their friends and they didn't even win. >it might have been easy enough to assume Fluttershy, wherever she was, was having her own fun they wouldn't want to interrupt
finding her wouldn't be interrupting her. it's an amusement park, not a library. and she didn't have her phone, didn't tell anyone where she was, and was alone, so it's not absurd for them to at least want to know where she is. and we're still ignoring pinkie who was also doing nothing.
it was practically the whole day in which rarity ignored her friends. by span of hours, i meant two to three at most for RTM. >there wasn't room to worry about anything else
there should always be room to worry about her friends, which was still a priority for her when she was deciding to choose the job. >without more evidence to be alarmed about Fluttershy's condition
it really doesn't need to be an immediate danger. they're friends, the least they can do is have a bit of concern when one person is worried about another. or even just wondering for that matter, fluttershy was completely unreachable and lost to them, but games took precedence.