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Applejack's Rangers
Leaders(s) Steelhooves
Notable Members Steelhooves
Appearances Fallout: Equestria
Fallout: Equestria - Project Horizons
Fallout: Equestria - Pink Eyes
Fallout: Equestria - New Beginnings
Fallout: Equestria - Outlaw

Applejack's Rangers are a faction in Fallout: Equestria.


Applejack's Rangers are Steel Rangers that have defected and joined Steelhooves following the Ranger's attack on Stable 2. Named for their leader's former lover's ideals, Applejack's Rangers believe that they should stay true to their original purpose, protecting Equestria and its inhabitants rather than hoarding pre-war tech and hiding away underground.

Since their inception, Applejack's Rangers have expanded fairly rapidly, taking over Stable 29 as their headquarters and moving to recruit more of the Steel Rangers to their cause. Applejack's Rangers show their separation from the Steel Rangers by trimming their armor with apple-red paint.

Steelhooves in Applejack's Rangers colours.
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The divide in the Steel Rangers has resulted in the creation of Applejack Ranger contingents across the Wasteland. These other Applejack's Rangers were reportedly fighting their Steel Ranger counterparts, until the Enclave began Operation Cauterize, encouraging the two factions to work together to survive.

Manehatten Contingent

This contingent is made up of Steel Rangers who defected from the Fillydelphia Contingent and Elder Cottage Cheese's own contingent in Manehattan. The operate out of Stable 29 and serve as the central leadership for the other contingents as they fight to rebel against the more traditional Steel Rangers. A group of them assisted in defending Spike's cave when Littlepip set off on her assault of the S.P.P. at Neighvarro.

In Side Stories

Behind the Scenes

The Applejack's Rangers paint job and defection from their parent organization are a reference to the Brotherhood Outcasts in Fallout 3 who, ironically, left to hoard technology rather than aid the East Coast Brotherhood of Steel in protecting the wasteland. However, the East Coast Brotherhood of Fallout 3 is seen as traitors by the original technology-hoarding Brotherhood chapters farther west.