In the Hub Squad; Teamwork is Magic series, they made their appearance in Straw-Breezie Shortcake and Gotcha's Breezie Gems.
The Breezies share their name with a race of fairy-like ponies that appear in a number of direct-to-video My Little Pony animated features released during the franchise's third generation. They resemble Pegasus ponies, but are much smaller in size and have butterfly-like wings and antennae. They are depicted as very mischievous creatures and regularly migrate across the land.
Brian Drummond, Seabreeze's voice actor, stated in regard to the fake language, "Some fun lines were scripted that we used as a good base for mostly a bunch of silly ad libbing."
Depiction in the seriesEdit
In It Ain't Easy Being Breezies, the Breezies travel through Ponyville during their home migration, riding on a breeze created by Ponyville Pegasi. Fluttershy explains to Mr. and Mrs. Cake that the breeze serves to activate the Breezies' magic and protect the pollen they carry. Fluttershy's knowledge of the Breezies also helps her in catering to the Breezies' sensitivity to light and sound.
As the Breezies flutter through town, all of Ponyville is enamored with their grace and cuteness. However, a mishap caused by Spike causes some of the Breezies to get separated from the rest of the swarm and swept by the wind. Fluttershy saves this group of Breezies and decides to look after them for a short while until they recover from their trauma.
Fluttershy cares for the Breezies at her cottage, and the Breezies are more than grateful for the hospitality. But one of the Breezies, a short-tempered one named Seabreeze, is eager for them to join the rest of the swarm and return home before the portal to their home closes. Seabreeze is overly critical of his fellow Breezies, calling them "incompetent" and "losers". As the rest of the Breezies feign illness to stay in Fluttershy's care, Seabreeze leaves the cottage and attempts to go it alone. His fragility to the elements and run-in with a swarm of bees, however, lead to him being rescued by Fluttershy. It is only after putting aside her kindness and being stern with the Breezies that she finally convinces them to go home.
When Fluttershy's group of Breezies are too few in number to face the wind, Twilight uses a spell to transform herself and her friends into Breezies to make up the difference. Together, they're able to safely ride the breeze leading to the Breezies' home. As a sign of gratitude, Seabreeze gives Fluttershy a flower as a parting gift.
The Breezies are shown to be rather weak flyers, dependent on breezes and calm winds to allow them to fly any significant distance, and can easily be knocked from the air by either strong winds or objects that disrupt their course. They live in a hollow isolated from Equestria by a magical portal that opens every so often. Most of the Breezies speak in an unintelligible language reminiscent of Swedish or Norwegian; while they all understand English speech, only Seabreeze is shown to be able to speak it.
Breezies are also shown to have luminescent antennae. When Seabreeze crashes into a beehive, he illuminates the inside of the hive with a light shining from the ends of his antennae, similarly to Snails in Boast Busters and Rarity in Castle Mane-ia.
The Breezies are briefly mentioned in Make New Friends but Keep Discord.
In Straw-Breezie Shortcake, their home was trashed and polluted so Seabreeze quickly went to Fluttershy's cottage to ask for her and her friends help to clean their village up while the Breezies stayed at Strawberry's cafe.
In Gotcha's Breezie Gems, the Breezies were captured and put in suspended animation by Gotcha Grabmore so she can make them out of earrings, necklaces, belt buckles, and shoes then sell them for money and kidnapped rainbow Dash so she can hypnotize her into making her her model. But thanks to Fluttershy and Seabreeze who was the only Breezie that wasn't caught, the Breezies and Rainbow Dash were free and Gotcha's fashion show was closed for good.