|“||Here, Miss Littlepip, I painted a picture for you. See, it's you and Homage.||”|
– Silver Bell to Littlepip
|Silver (Pinkie) Bell|
"Pinkie" Bell in Chapter 9
|Family||Ditzy Doo - Adopted Mother
Memory - Sister (Deceased)
Silver Bell (a.k.a. Pinkie Bell) is a minor character in Fallout: Equestria.
Littlepip and the gang meet first meet Pinkie Bell at the alleged Pie Family Rock Farm between Ponyville and New Appleloosa. She claims to have converted the farm into the Pinkie Pie Museum where she lives and celebrates the legacy of Pinkie Pie. The filly's appearance and behavior immediately appear strange to Littlepip due to her hyperactivity and blank flank.
Pinkie Bell goes on to explain that Pinkie Pie had a plan to use Zebra drugs (specifically Party Time Mint-als) for the purpose of good. She also claims to be in posession of the recipe for Party Time Mint-als, which she will only part with for a Pinkie Pie statuette. Littlepip begins plotting to steal the recipe from her due to her budding addiction.
Littlepip breaks into her safe and finds the recipe along with an undetonated Balefire Bomb that Pinkie Bell had mistaken for "fireworks". After Pinkie Bell catches Littlepip breaking into the safe, she is overwhelmed and can no longer keep up her act.
It is then revealed that the filly's real name is Silver Bell and that she suffered a horrible collapse in sanity after her parents' death, which she blames herself for. When raiders sacked her home, she accidentally let out a noise that allerted them to her familiy's presence. The sadistic raiders killed her parents in front of her and her sister, Memory, who later buries them in one of the farm's fields. Memory leaves to gather provisions from the neighbors in order to take Silver Bell to Tenpony Tower, but never returns.
Following this trauma, Silver Bell adopted the persona of Pinkie Bell so that she would never feel sad again. She cut off her own horn and painted herself pink in order to make herself more like Pinkie Pie.
In Chapter 38, Silver Bell meets the gang again in Glyphmark while making a delivery with Ditzy Doo. Velvet Remedy helps the little filly regain another part of her identity here by using her medical magic to regrow Silver Bell's horn.
In Chapter 40, her magic returns to her in the form of very mild telekinesis which she uses to help slow Ditzy's fall after the Sonic Rad-Boom. Along with the help of Crane and Littlepip, the three unicorns are able to slow Ditzy Doo's fall enough for Calamity to catch her and save her life.
Silver Bell and Ditzy were relocated to Spike's cave for their own safety since the Enclave would now be pursuing Ditzy since she is a threat and can perform a Radboom. Whilst staying at Spike's Cave, Silver Bell uses Spike's gems to decorate the walls with beautiful fresco's, depicting the Ministry Mare's.
Appearances in Side Stories
Silver Bell, alongside her mother, has appeared in other stories.
Snakebite meets Silver Bell working in her mother's store where he gathers supplies before leaving with the caravan he is working for as a field medic.
We're no Heroes
Silver Bell finds Anne sleeping beneath her home and questions the cybermare about it. She leaves to go see her mother after speaking with Anne.
Initially, Littlepip and her gang's opinion of "Pinkie Bell" was that she was hyperactive, over-obsessed with Pinkie Pie, and creepy.
After having reverted back to her old self, Silver Bell is able to enjoy true happiness again. She is able to find beauty in the world again after meeting Pyrelight for the first time and spreads her joy and creativity throught the town by painting murals all over New Appleloosa. She is once again as carefree as any foal can be in the Equestrian Wasteland.
Her appearance is likely a reference to Dinky, Derpy/Ditzy Doo's daughter in various Fan Fictions.
Her earlier character (Pinkie Bell) may be a reference to Sierra Petrovita from Fallout 3. Who had her own museum dedicated to Nuka Cola.