The question was, "Shouldn't that be 'anypony'?"
Though enough nitpicking, the answer is no it should not. She isn't a pony... Anymore.
I wonder what fraction of naturally occurring sentences are such that you could delete one or more words such that a) the meaning is unchanged and unambiguous in context, and b) the average word length increases? Mostly it's the short words that are expendable.
And thus the sentence should of been, "The question is", not "The question was", because your question wasn't already asked.
If you've got an alternate plausible question, now would be the time to present your evidence.
I refuse nothing, nor do I act on assumption needlessly.
You took ownership of that question, you took away any possibility of what that question can be by the simple act of assuming. Which yet again, comes back to the original point I made. It should've been "The question is". Which you've not addressed. It wasn't what the question was about or what it could be, it was the fact that it wasn't the original question asked.
It was the act of attemptting to claim it was the original, intentional or not. Using 'was' makes that claim, as you're implying that it was already asked. Which it wasn't. I answered the question properly already, you came in and attempted to say otherwise, intentional or not.
"Why did she say anybody?"
"What's with anybody?"
"Why did she say that?"
"Was that on purpose?"
"Is there a reason why she said that?"
"Why did you make her say that?"
Each gets its own answer based on wording alone, especially with me as I tailor make each response based on what the poster said and how they said it. As I did so for the original poster and for you.
Though on a lighter note, the correct answer to my response to the original question was "Bueller?" Or anything from that movie as its a play on the quote from Ferris Bueller's Day Off, "Anyone, anyone?"
You're going to see here in Shadow of Grief. Most of her screen time is in Spitfire's chapter so you get an early preview.
Oooh, the Great and Powerful Trixie is about to unleash an almighty smackdown down upon the deceitful chaos demon. This is going to be...delightful! Beat the living chaos out of that creep, Trixie!
Nice effects by the way, both the actions in the comic and the magical glow. Keep up the awesome work!