Stupid misspellings. No, i didn’t want to imply any gender fluid stuff much less confirm, it was only a damn wording mistake.
Isolation comes from different ways. Intelligent people are often noted to have a predilection for isolation, however that alone is not really too determinant as Twilight doesn’t belong to a role as much as she just takes the role she wants or needs. She is indeed the leader, she can use book smarts but evolves into a much more dynamic character without losing any of her main qualities. Her loneliness goes more into a sense of passion for her work and hobbies, and honestly, I often think Twilight is more on the distrustful nature rather than shy, meek or overwhelmed. I mean, even if she appreciates Celestia, she was always prone to think she would give horrific punishments for failure despite evidence of the opposite, she thought her friends would hate her just for being talented in Boast Busters, she never asks for help in the heart’s warming eve preparations, she constantly hides information from others, and didn’t want to loose a trivia contest because she was paired with a on/off nitwit like Pinkie, I think Twilight simply doesn’t trust in others as much as she sometimes might wish and she prefers to be self-reliant.
She’s pretty possitive a lot of the time, but mostly regarding books, friend parties, challenging taks and the sorts, and whenever something happens, she’s quick on the move to solve a problem. Twilight, again, is task-oriented, not pony-oriented, she comes off as a cynic at first glance but it’s because she’s not the kind of girl who would accept anyone on her life or tolerate just any antic just because, just ask Trixie (Twilight doesn’t even regard her as a rival, Twilight flat out wants nothing to do with Trixie most of the time). She’s energic but thoughtful, careful yet brave, powerful but not dumb muscle, and compassionate but not too easily forgiving (well, at first, but in this case Twilight wasn’t alone with the whole “easily forgiving” BS).