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You're SPECIAL - Steelhooves VS Rampage by Somethingguy912 You're SPECIAL - Steelhooves VS Rampage by Somethingguy912
Somethingguy again! Since I really liked doing the first YOU'RE SPECIAL of Littlepip and Blackjack, I have decided to make a variety of series based on such things. Today, I'm going to put two 'mostly' unstoppable forces head to head, Steelhooves from FOE, and Rampage from PH. This time, SPECIAL stats have been raised 10 points from the base 40, as both these characters have been amplified due to different complications thus far. Explanations for each stat are below for each character:

STRENGTH: (Steelhooves) Steelhooves has the necessary power training to wear the power armor and is not fitted to him for the rest of his life, due to complications involving the "great war". His skills in using heavy firearms such as the grenade machinegun and miniguns with ease also give him the capability of using much heavier tech. (Rampage) Rampage is almost as equal to Steelhooves in this field. Her brute melee output, combined with unhinged tenacity and relentlessness, make her a opposing foe in terms of raw power.

PERCEPTION: (Steelhooves) Steelhooves has seen it all, know it all, and most importantly, survived it all. He knows the ins and outs of the land before, because he was part of it the whole entire time. No building that was desecrated is out of Steelhooves knowledge, as he has walked the land he used to call home for so many centuries a time. (Rampage) Rampage's mixed personality keep her from knowing her true line of observance, making her only somewhat better than average considering that Rampage also is much older than she lets on.

ENDURANCE: (Steelhooves) Not only being incased in a partially Rad-proof suit of armor that can take most small ballistic shots, but Steelhooves is also a Ghoul from inside who can resist and even benefit from radiation, making him also independent from needing food or water to survive. His already tough exterior make him a battlebound foe. (Rampage) What can you say? Literally nothing can kill Rampage. Her built-in healing talisman keep her from dying from any sort of attack, be it radiation, vaporization, or being beheaded nonetheless. Poison does not affect her, she cannot suffer from any sort of chem withdrawal, and has unlimited potential to keep going.

CHARISMA: (Steelhooves) Steelhooves imposing posterior is all that gives him a leg up in mediocre charisma, as it is plainly difficult for many to see his true motives or even feelings, as he can easily hide behind his power armor. (Rampage) Rampage only fairs slightly better, being able to open up to her feelings, whether sexual or no. Her multiple personalities keep her from being any higher up in Charisma, as it deters her skills in intimidation in the latter front.

INTELLIGENCE: (Steelhooves) As having skills in the Brotherhood for over 200 years, Steelhooves has the intellect behind the political systems of ponykind and the technological front as well. His inside scoop on the wasteland of Equestria benefit him with more than many would know. (Rampage) Rampage's intellect is at a mediocre average, due to her mixed personalities, straightforward thinking, and blunt introspective on situations. Rampage is not dumb, however, just far from reaching her true potential.

AGILITY: (Steelhooves) Despite his slow moving build, Steelhooves has centuries of knowing how to use his weapons with deadly accuracy. The only thing that keeps him back is that Steelhooves is often way too open and direct with his attacks, not bothering to be stealthy in any light. (Rampage) Rampage has a persistent speed, energy and tenacity that never goes down no matter what come at her. Despite that she too also is very direct in her movements, Rampage fits her name quite well in able to deal consistent damage with no respite.

LUCK: (Steelhooves) his unfortunate living cell and callous attitude make him somewhat mixed between his fortune and not. Having to live behind 200 years of his past also make him a particularly cold person to be around. I know this sounds something worth of the Charisma tree, but this associates with how it is hard for him to make friends to begin with. (Rampage) Rampage only fares slightly better, being unable to die is also a unforunate feeling for her to grasp over so many years. Her questionable background also keep her from knowing how she became to be. Her talisman works as a miracle and a curse, being able to down multiple chems with no negative side affects, and downing various kinds of alcohol without being buzzed.

Welp, that is all, enjoy! On a final note, I reused the same Rampage vector for the (On A) Rampage poem, and the Steelhooves 'vector' is from Kta1540.

EDIT: Added the outerglow to the Steelhooves "Vector". Honestly, I didn't add it in the first place because Steelhooves was already blending into the outer glow with much of everything else.

ANOTHER EDIT: Added my likeness to the background, as with the original. I also learned that I can copy/paste layer styles, so when I get in the mood to do these again, it will be a lot easier, rather than difficult.

THIRD EDIT: Added the tags sections to both players. explanation below:

FOURTH EDIT: Fixed how out of center most of the text was as well as title cards. Also added a subtitle to the subtitle, like with Male Companions, Female Companions, and Odd One Outs. Again, this was more difficult to do as the format was different BEFORE the edit of the Female Companions upload.

BATTLE SADDLE VS UNARMED: Being cast in his power armor for 2 centuries, Steelhooves would already be inclined to use battle saddles to combat his foes/ Rampage's name usually says it all, especially with her weapon of choice: her entire body. She is determined to do as much damage as possible.

EXPLOSIVES VS MELEE WEAPONS: Associated with the Battle Saddle, Steelhooves is also skilled in using explosive weapons with deliberate, straightforward zeal/ Rampage also uses a flurry of any kind of melee weapon she can happen to get in her grasp, using her armor as a weapon too.

SPEECH VS (RANDOM TAG): Because Steelhooves is aware of the original philosophy of the Brotherhood of Steel, and his inate form is already intimidating, Steelhooves has a lot of command, charisma and skill to his vocality/ Because of Rampage's multiple personality disorders, her third Tag skill usually depends on what personality dominates her most. If she is Trottenheimer, she is skilled in Medicine. if she is Twist, she is skilled in Explosives. if she is Angel, she is skilled in Sneak. if she is The Proditor, she is skilled in Speech.
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Lovelywolf15 Featured By Owner Edited Aug 24, 2016  Student Artist
If we put these two in a death battle rampage would win because she has the phoenix Talisman inside her making her practically immortal to everything let alone be vaporized to death heck she is still alive and steelhooves kicked the bucket already, Steelhooves and rampage might be from the past but only one can survive all things as one has limits to what he can take. P.s love the stats really resembles what they are more of what. It will take more than brute strength to win a fight.  Plus if she is faster with agility and endurance she can out run everything he throws at her but that does not even matter to the regenerating rampage. (I like to think of rampage as the dead pool of equestria but dead pool has died before "in the comics not games and tv shows")   
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2016  Professional Writer
yeah, I knew all of that coming in, but I figured that Steelhooves was the only one who could marginally stand a chance to her.
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Cylindryk Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2015
One, quick question: when in PH Sombet tells us that there is Trottenheimer in Rampage? Are you sure about that? Because I only remember Doctor Octopus, psychologist? Trottenheimer was weapon designer, that one that created Folly and commited suicide with it? :)
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2015  Professional Writer
I do believe that Rampage has a bit of Trottenheimer in her, and that Trottenheimer was reluctant to design weapons and was more inclined to help people with their psyche.
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Cylindryk Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015
Sorry, but you are mistaken.
Souls in Rampage are from persons who has this specific Phoenix Talisman in them. Like Razorwire, Angel, Octopus, Twist, Shujaa, with final person Arloste/Rampage, when Phoenix Talisman started working as intented. Trottenheimer wasn't one of them, hell, propably he doesn't even know about Project Eternity, he was responsible for other Projects.
And still, he ended with not-so-small hole in his head by Folly. :)

Also, belive me. I'm already started 5th Volume and started PH (for the second time) something about month ago. Over 4000 pages and it's not over, damn you, Somber. :)
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2015  Professional Writer
4,000 fucking pages? Holy shit, I read a dictionary.
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Cylindryk Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2015
And... it's not over... :(
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2015  Professional Writer
it's almost over. I'm hoping this person gets it done before the release of FO4.
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Cylindryk Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2015
Almost. One chapter and epilogue, from the infro from index page. So, if we know Somber as we think we know, that also can mean 2-3 chapters and 1-5 chapter epilogue. :D
So yea, he has some chances to get it finally done before F4. :D


But! To the point: do you belive me know that is no Trottenheimer in Rampage? Also, if you still doubt me, check Fallout: Equestria wiki page of Rampage. ;)
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2015  Professional Writer
honestly the memory is fazy considering how much is going in Project Horizons. There was a whole segment about Blackjack figuring out about Zodiac's past and what-have-you and I didn't really know how she found out and have been just going along with the ride.
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Chainsaw641 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2015
battle sadle stands for big weapons_
what would it be in fallout:nv
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2015  Professional Writer
I can't really tell you. I also added the "Gambling" skill, which was a skill in the very first Fallout. The FOE lore has used references from all of the FOE franchise stories, but it references mostly on FO3.
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Chainsaw641 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2015
with the adition of armor piercing ammo and hollow point from new vegas, it's pretty much confusing but one can get a general insight to fallout universe
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2015  Professional Writer
they're probably going to add some more things to the next fallout that wasn't congruent with the previous ones. Like, sprinting, perhaps?
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Chainsaw641 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2015
i beg for that, i hope that fings like big guns is back, like you still need the energy and guns requirements but big weapons a bit lower to 50 skill points instead of 100, same with small guns
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2015  Professional Writer
kind of a stretch, don't you think? It would be like having one-handed, two-handed, maces and swords in their own categories.
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Chainsaw641 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2015
never fought of it that way, i just hate the fact that i have to waste point in guns to use a minigun cause my gatling laser is not powerfull enough
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2015  Professional Writer
You know in FNV they sort of fixed this out with having a strength requirement for each weapon, the bigger ones requiring higher strength. So you could consider that STRENGTH is Big Guns oriented.
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darkxsl Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014
Nothing in existence is truly immortal. Phoenix talisman or not, there are some things that can in fact kill Rampage, just not in her universe. Things that can kill Rampage are things that have the ability to kill immortals, like divine weapons, Demi-Gods, or just flat out Gods. You could make the argument that an organic mass energy neutralizing substance (Goldeneye Rouge Agent) can kill her because it doesn't vaporize her, it erases all of her organic mass. There wouldn't be anything left of her for the Phoenix Talisman to revive. Only Deadpool can recover from being totally erased.
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014  Professional Writer
well I'm talking about what can and can't kill her in her own universe, and so far, only 'killing' her just temporarily stops her for a moment. I would say that is an Endurance worth being 10.
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Ciao-Arrivederci Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I will finally ask what all of these pony characters are from. They have been intriguing me for a while now but I have no idea what they are from.
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Professional Writer
For the YOU'RE SPECIAL characters on the left, they are from the original crossover fiction, Fallout:Equestria, which loosely followed many of similar plotlines with Fallout 3, including particular chems, industries and social orders. The YOU'RE SPECIALS on the Right are from the crossover CROSSOVER that has officially become continuitous with the plot involved in the Original, that has "The Hoof", despite being a smaller area from Equestria, has so many other new backgrounds that it in of itself is independent from Equestria. That also follows some other plotlines that the original didn't in Fallout 3 and some from Fallout: New Vegas. I hope that In time, I can probably see a good, wholesome Fallout: New Pegas or New Pegasus arrive.
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Ciao-Arrivederci Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
That sounds quite interesting :meow: If I'd ever played Fallout (it is a video game, right?) I might understand more of what you are talking about :P
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Professional Writer
yes. But you would also need to play almost every single side quest in that game to get a lot of the head-canon of the book. ALSO, you would need to watch MLP up to about the end of Season 2 in order to understand the systems and cultural knowledge of the "pre-war" ponies too.
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Ciao-Arrivederci Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I've only watched the first three and a half episodes of MLP:FiM (I presume it is that MLP?). They were too "happy" and annoying for me to watch, though I still like the art style and the characters. My best friend is obsessed with them however (a majority of my friends are) so I do know a lot more than I otherwise would have :P So I'm guessing those stories are quite complicated? Heh. Interesting. I doubt I would be able to get that far into Fallout, either >.> I'm not much of a video game conneseur, especially with that kind of game. I much prefer reading that kind of material than playing it. And side quests... I would inevitably have to search up where the side quests are and how to succeed, and by then I may as well have just read how to play the game xP Of course, this all assumes I had any video game systems at all (which I don't) and that anyone I knew had Fallout:3 (which they don't) :P 
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Professional Writer
you don't like how "Happy" the ponies are? Would you prefer morbidly depressed?

And I'm not saying it's complicated. It's just that there is some references and puns to some lines from the show strewn in the book, like "oatmeal, are you crazy?"
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Ciao-Arrivederci Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It is just... Unrealistic. (Plus I tend to not prefer animated, the way things move in animated things annoy me. And oftentimes the art creeps me out.)

I actually understand that reference :P 
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Professional Writer
Unrealistic? All cartoons have a "unrealistic" way of movement. Anime does too. 
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UWoodward Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014
I'd say that Steelhooves is more an immovable object than an unstoppable force.
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014  Professional Writer
ehh, he's the only one who seems like Rampage's match, for the most part.
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chinman Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014
Suppose the question then is, what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?  :)
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JulepPony Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014
Wasn't it Rampage who gleefully coined the term "Pony in a can!" before imitating an opener? XD
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chinman Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2014
Oooo I'd forgetten about that ripper she carries.  Well then that could very well tip things in her favor, particularly since the only way Steelhooves (or well, anyone really) could win against Rampage is if they manage to trap her somewhere she can't escape.
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JulepPony Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2014
I can't remember if she used that reference for the ripper or just the claws on her armor, but yeah. XD
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chinman Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2014
Oh she's gotten some good use out of the ripper alright, on steel ranger armor no less.  I believe it was around chapter 30 during the turf war between the Reapers and Steel Rangers that she used it.
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