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That mythical R-rated 'Scooby-Doo' may have some competition in being the weirdest reboot that-got-away. The children's cartoon My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic inexplicably has a legion of obsessively weird adult male fans who proudly refer to themselves as "bronies," because the Internet has made it much easier for people to confuse "individuality" with "being a sociopath. Flayrah They could at least have the decency to leave "beat" off the cover. Hoof Beat and its devastatingly uncomfortable sequel are the end result of about a dozen brony artists combining their talents to provide unequivocal proof that they are masturbating to My Little Pony. In the few s we can actually show you, you can see that they took painstaking care to remain faithful to the show's characters who are intended to teach little girls about friendship while simultaneously forcing them to have sex with each other to teach bizarre lonely men about breasts and women's underwear.


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Set in an alternate future, one pony must learn to survive in a blasted, poisoned land Get A Copy. Published July 22nd by Fimfiction first published More Details Edition Language. Fallout: Equestria. Other Editions 4.

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Rating details. Sort order. Start your review of Fallout: Equestria. Oct 31, Jonathan Scotese rated it really liked it Shelves: sci-fiquiltbagnon-human-main-characterunicornspost-apocalypsefanfictionfantasy. This book makes me wish copyright laws did not exist, because I would pay good money for a more edited and professional version.

This book is a mash up between "My Little Pony" and the "Fallout" videogame series. Kkat creates a Fallout version of Equestria. The story takes place roughly years after the events in the TV show, but the show is cannon in this universe.

Kkat filled in blank spaces from MLP and advanced the timeline by several decades, until the events seamlessly lead to an apocal This book makes me wish copyright laws did not exist, because I would pay good money for a more edited and professional version. Kkat filled in blank spaces from MLP and advanced the timeline by several decades, until the events seamlessly lead to an apocalypse and the creation of the Equestrian Wasteland. The story is set a couple of centuries after that. Half of the bizarre charm this book has is in slowly piecing together what lead to the apocalypse and what happened to the main characters of the TV show, This series is as violent and graphic as the Fallout series, which is rated M for mature.

The violence seems even more shocking than the Fallout universe because of the juxtaposition of the two series.

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It is definitely not for children. The setting and backstory are amazing, the ways that things from both universes are brought together and shown in thematically hybrid forms is clever to the point of genius. The weakest part are the characters. I wish I could articulate it better but the characters feel like fanfiction characters. They tell more than they show and the character development seems like it would make sense in an outline but is not implemented in a way that feels organic to me.

It is fanfiction, so expecting characters like A Game of Thrones is a bit much, but this still is the weakest point in my mind. There are a few romantic subplots, something about non-humans having romantic feelings makes my skin crawl a bit.

I had the same problem with a lot of Piers Anthony 's work. I guess I'm just prejudiced. All in all, this book is very clever. I enjoyed reading it and heartily recommend it to anyone who enjoys the two sources that it draws on.

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View 1 comment. Sep 08, Hunterz rated it it was amazing. Before I get into the actual review of the book, let me explain a little bit about the books target audience. This is not a published book or an unofficial, non-published book.

This is a fan fiction. Specifically, a brony fan fiction. Now, a fan fiction "is a broadly-defined term for fan labor regarding stories about characters or settings written by fans of the original work, rather than by the original creator. A brony is, at it's Before I get into the actual review of the book, let me explain a little bit about the books target audience. A brony is, at it's core, an older male fan of the television show "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic".

Now, don't just turn around and say this story is written in ish tone because it's not. I think I'll start this review out with the plot line. The story follows the perspective of Littlepip and her adventures through the Equestrian Wasteland. Along the way she will meet various characters that accompany her throughout the whole story.

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Now plot wise, it was actually really well done. Every chapter draws from the last and the attention to detail is suburb in every way. It is also interesting considering the fact this story is told through the limited-first person view narrative most of the time. You never see anything beyond the eyes and ears of Littlepip most of the way.

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This style actually adds to the shock value once the story gets further along it's path. Next up we have the characters.

Characters in books are always important as they can never be too powerful or all the emotional and sense of danger is lost to the reader. Fallout: Equestria's characters are not that thankfully. They all have flaws whether emotionally or physically, some even mentally. I would do an in-depth character analysis but I really don't want to spoil their personalities at all. Progression wise, it's mainly on a positive track, but it sometimes falls short in a few areas.

The main reason why it can slow down is because the author took so much time to describe every last detail in a single room. And there is a lot of rooms in chapters. Detail is good, but making to much can just bore the reader a lot because they have to drag on through it. It doesn't help either that the author puts an important item in the middle of a paragraph either. Progression is good, but it's slowed down My little pony rape fanfiction due to the amount of detail as I stressed already.

Probably one of my favorite parts in this book is how fleshed out she makes the world. As stated above, the detail the author puts in this story can slow it down quite a bit. But on the flip side, it makes the world come alive. The images created in the readers head are just so vivid and real. The author also created a whole different world than what was established on the TV show this draws inspiration off of.

This is one of the book's highest strengths by far. The last part before the overall rating of this book. The writing and grammar.

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A short series I'll be writing about a sadistic Gryphon and a little colt engaging in all sorts of fun!