This is a list of animals that appear throughout the Equestrian Wasteland and beyond in Fallout: Equestria. These animals and act on instincts, they show little capacity for free will, intelligence, or self-awareness.
For sentient species look up List of species.
Natural Creatures Edit
Natural Creatures that have already existed before the war, and are neither magically or technically enhanced, nor mutated through radiation, taint or both.
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A Cockatrice has the body of a chicken and the long tail of a serpent. Its head is covered in white chicken feathers. The body of a cockatrice is covered in scales and they have a pair of leathery wings, tipped with red spines.
A Cockatrice can stand on it's tail and use it to raise or lower itself. Its heavy body and small wings prevent it from achieving proper flight. A Cockatrice has small, beady red eyes and is most infamous for it's dreaded Stare. If a Cockatrice stares it's victim in the eyes, it can petrify it's victim, leaving them as stone statues. A cockatrices stare can be reversed if the Cockatrice responsible can be convinced/coerced/forced into doing so.
If a Cockatrice is killed, it's victim will remain petrified permanently, resulting in their death. A Cockatrice, cannot reverse the petrification on a shattered statue. Cockatrices, like Manticores, appear to be immune to radiation as they have been left unaltered for 200 years.
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A manticore has the body and head of a lion, large bat-like wings and a Scorpion tail in place of a regular Lions tail. Two large fangs jut up from the bottom of their mouths. Radiation and Taint has no effect on Manticores so they were able to survive the war unharmed.
Manticores have been shown congregating in large groups and as lone hunters and predators throughout Fallout Equestria & it's various side-stories. Many of them still live within Everfree as shown by a Manticore that was eaten by a black fungus-like plant in Everfree Forest.
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The Hydra has four heads on long snake-like necks and a large, orange, dragon-like body, with only two legs and no wings. The heads think independently and are large enough to eat an alicorn. Hydra can breath out poisonous fog and are powerful enough to engage multiple alicorn simultaneously.
Mutated through Balefire Radiation Edit
Balefire Phoenix Edit
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Balefire Phoenixes are covered in green and gold plumage. They take on a green glow when they absorb excess amounts of radiation.
Balefire phoenixes are carnivorous and have predating habits of small prey. Like most creatures which were transformed from radiation, balefire phoenixes are immune to the threats it normally poses. Instead, radiation has a healing factor on them, and additionally, balefire phoenixes are able to store excess amounts of it inside their bodies for several days, wearing a large, green glow around themselves, and having their fire breathing greatly enhanced in power and range.
Feral Ghoul Edit
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Feral ghouls are ghouls who absorbed too much radiation, and their mind will begin to deteriorate and cause them to turn feral, leaving them little more than highly aggressive zombies.
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Radbits (or radbunnies) are a creature commonly found in the south-east lands of Equestria in the Coltchester region.
Though they are by no means only capable of living in these parts, they find the terrain of dead forests and wooden huts to be perfect, and thus don't naturally migrate.
Radbits aren't hostile creatures and can indeed be "tamed" by ponies looking for a pet.
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A radhog is a form of mutated wildlife found throughout the Equestrian Wasteland. Radhogs are descendants of pigs that were exposed to radiation and over-time became radhogs.
Unlike their pre-war counterparts, radhogs are highly aggressive creatures that will attack Ponies on sight. Before the war, pigs were common place on Earth Pony farms. The Ponies running the farm would take care of them, though if the Pigs were ever sold for their meat to more predatory creatures like Dragons is unknown. It may be that pigs were kept for finding truffles.
Radhogs have large front teeth which can deliver a nasty bite. They are hunted for food in the Equestrian wasteland, even though Ponies are naturally herbivores. The meat of Radhogs i.e, bacon is considered delicious by wastelanders.
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Radigators are large carnivorous reptiles that live in watery environments. They can be found in great numbers lounging together in their watery homes. Radigator meat is sold as a source of food, and Calamity supposedly enjoys eating them. The village, Arbu claimed to be selling radigator meat
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A Radroach is a type of mutated insect, found throughout Equestria. When the megaspells fell they mutated and grew in size. Compared to other wasteland wildlife, they're barely considered a real threat, but they will not hesitate to attack a pony, especially in large numbers.
Radroaches continue to act like pests, much like their pre-war counterparts. They are usually found in great abundance, hiding in old pre-war ruins. They are fairly easy to kill, a pony can kill one just by stomping on it with their hooves.
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Bloatsprites are common flying creatures in the Equestrian Wasteland that have mutated from parasprite. Prior to the Great War, parasprites were a fairly common pest capable of eating just about anything. The Ministry of Image used them for this reason to eat treasonous words out of books.
Due to exposure to Taint, many parasprites were turned into bloatsprites. Their bodies look like bloated spheres with long spines that it can fire at its prey. Similar to the parasprite from which they have evolved, bloatspirites reproduce asexually after consuming a certain amount of food.
Hospital Horror Edit
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A Hospital Horror was described by Littlepip to look like a melting once-pony monstrosity with most of its fur gone, with bits of flesh that was bloated and gassy, eyes which are huge and red, and a mass of tentacles hanging out of its maw which writhed constantly. Their bodies emit a sickening gas whenever pierced or shot. They are relatively easy to kill and sneak up on, but they possess some form of paralyzing ability which they used on Xenith and Littlepip. Staring at the monsters face will cause paralysis, requiring another pony to help break the victim free. It is unknown if the Hospital Horrors could affect more than one creature at a time.
Technological Enhanced Edit
For real robots look up: Robots
For technological enhanced sentiend species look up: Cybernetics.
Fyrebirds (New Age)Edit
Fyrebirds are genetically engineered from Phoenixes while still in the egg. They are found all over the nation of Prancem, and are used mainly as a weapon. They are created by the remaining population of Prancem Stable 9. Fyrebirds glow blue with white portions on their feathers, and eyes. These creatures are known as the ultimate biological weapon. Capable of generating fire so hot that it will melt metal within seconds, and incinerate any living creature in the same amount of time. In the prologue of Fallout: Equestria New Age. Sagittarius Evergreen uses one to start a campfire during her training. Using the Fyrebird gives Sage her cutie mark of a blue Phoenix feather.
Mutated for unknown Reasons Edit
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Bloodwings are carnivorous mutated bats, found throughout the Equestrian Wastelands. Littlepip first encounters them in Ch.16, where they are described as grotesque giant bats, with leathery wings. They seem to have evolved from or into a vampire bat of sorts. They have many behaviors of regular bats from hanging upside down and coming out when its darker or during rainy weather. When not hunting, they can be found hanging in great numbers upside down.
They were shown traveling in large swarms in one chapter, and attacking a group of Zebra foals out in the wasteland. Once a prey is located, a Bloodwing would sink its huge fangs into a victim and drain its fluid, leaving a dried corpse behind. Prey items the size of ponies or zebras can be killed in mere seconds. The smallest bloodwings are roughly the size of a stallion pony, while the largest bloodwings are easily three times the size of a steel ranger.
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Star-spawns evolved from the mighty Ursa Majors and Minors and were not unaffected by Radiation and Taint. A Star-Spawn's features are practically invisible, much like an Ursa, it's body is seemingly composed of Stars.
These creature were named Star-spawn by Xenith when they encountered one in Ponyville, attacking a group of Steel Rangers. Littlepip and company provided aid and managed to kill the creature. It's limbs were practically invisible and made fighting it extremely difficult and dangerous. Steelhooves, due to his prior experience's in fighting Ursa's, helped kill the Star-spawn in Ponyville.
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A floater is a plant like mutant encountered by Littlepip on her way to Old Olneigh. A Floater is a form of mutated plant with a huge head surrounded by sacs of gas. The Floater propelled itself by using the gas sacs to move. A Floater has a long stalk which reaches to the ground and drags behind it and a sphincter like orifice from which it can launch a goopy attack that is full of spores.