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Five Years Later · 1:54am Jun 29th, 2017

Fallout: Beyond Equestria
Final Session Log

Dramatis Personae
(as written by Scorch Mechanic)

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Huh... maybe I'm not explaining things well...


I think this is adding another, unnecessary though, meaning to the story and her sacrifice.

:rainbowhuh: Well, all meaning in any story is ultimately unnecessary outside of the authors. Luckily, the death of the author is a thing.:ajsmug:

I think this is adding another, unnecessary though, meaning to the story and her sacrifice. After all, she didn't plan on remaining there, it was a hastily strewn together backup plan when it turned out she isn't as close a relative to Applejack that she thought.

Sometimes people just sacrifice. A soldier can throw themselves on a live grenade to save his comrades but he doesn't have any greater meaning in doing that, it's just a spur of the moment decision he had to take.

As for her killing and being too exhausted to have a breakdown... That's untrue. She had plenty of free time to do so and she had breakdowns. She even had one during the most inapropriate time when she was being helf prisoner in the fun house. She had her short vacations at Tenpony, she had her long trips inside the Sky Bandit, she even had plenty of time to rethink her indiscriminate and unresentful killing of raiders during the beginning of the story when she got to New Appleloosa. She isn't perfect, but she does have her resolve and it's what kept her going. And only because she's so stubborn and thinks of herself as expendable is what will ensure that she will succeed as the person in the SPP. She has a strong moral code, standing and backbone, it's just different than the usual pony ones. Too lenient for a wastelander, too realistic for a pre-War/Stable pony.

Also, Ulysses wasn't about power but about revenge. The power of the Divide that he wanted to use to achieve he didn't considered his. He considered it belonging to the Old World and the Courier was the one who could wield it's power and he did what he could so that in the end it was the Courier who was responsible for it all. He thought of himself as a free man slave only to his own past that he couldn't get rid of and it was his story that he took with him to walk the Lonesome Road.

Also, Ulysses was a destroyer, a big figment of the Wasteland. Littlepip is the one who has sawn the seeds of hope. Of rebuiliding. Her sacrifice was the fertilizer for the grounds of a new beggining.

And none of that matters. Yes, she killed. Because she had no choice. It was either that or be dead, or worse.

And it was non stop since then. Literally every day with a few moment of rest where she was too exhausted to have a mental breakdown. But now.

You mentioned her worry about being a spawn... she saw herself becoming a raider. Both are incorrect.

She was becoming Ulysses. And she's in exactly the same sort of place he was in, as much a prisoner as he was, and with as much power at her command as him. And when they speak, the earth trembles.

But in the end, Pip's sacrifice was just another life to the true goddess of the wastelands, another heart on the altar of one mares hubris. All hail Fluttershy, glory to the no life queen.

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