I think you're in the wrong forum, dude. Maybe there's some interesting concepts there but it's still "magical talking horses meets post-apocalyptic roleplaying game". It's like doing a crossover with Lovecraft and the Teletubbies.
Pondering whether cybernetic implants make you less human is a staple theme in cyberpunk stories and fictional settings. So is escaping by breaking scenarios in a dream or virtual reality, so is idealist vs pragmatic conflict regarding treatment of limited supplies, so is foreshadowing using divination.To be fair there were a few things I did like about Project Horizons: Charity the Wasteland Capitalist giving a hell of a verbal beatdown to Velvet Remedy the liberal on the problems of giving away free resources in a blasted hellscape, and socialist policies in general*; The use of Tarot Cards as foreshadowing, the philosophical dillema of cybernetics and humanity, at what point do you stop being you, and just a robot? And the Dreamscape areas where the only way to escape them was to make the continuance impossible.
I do want others to use these ideas even if the story is a dumpsterfire.
Forget Fallout Equestria, are bronies going to write an MLP version of TLOU2? That game is also a violent and edgy miseryfest bordering on being the creator's torture porn and the main character is even a lesbian who turns GRIMDARK over bad things happening to her. It's like Druckmann was too preoccupied with his new character Abby being his waifu and got a Fallout Equestria fanfiction author to write Ellie's side of the story for him
Hell, is Fallout Equestria even popular anymore especially after Bethesda dropped the ball with Fallout 76?The kind of people most likely to write a fic like that would have either left the MLP fandom a long time ago, or they would hate TLOU2.
Fallout Equestria 76: ten thousand pages of misery porn retelling one pony's attempt to build a house and kill a dragon while lacking fingers. Ends on a tragic note as pony glitches trough terrain and ends up stuck between rocks as it's friends get ripped apart by dragon thing. It's like Moby Dick except the bad guy is Todd Howard and physics of the world.Hell, is Fallout Equestria even popular anymore especially after Bethesda dropped the ball with Fallout 76?
Fallout Equestria 76: Horse Todd Howard tells you lies and tries to sell you a 100 dollar subscription service for his broken product.
More like gets nuked by another player on a whim. And yes there's art of it.Ends on a tragic note as pony glitches trough terrain and ends up stuck between rocks as it's friends get ripped apart by dragon thing.
More like gets nuked by another player on a whim. And yes there's art of it.