I have no idea. Considering I don't know what sex the author is, I just use "he" as a generalized term, like how it used to be used as back when the world was normal.>>245354>OC
First, most pony designs both in canon and in OC tend to stick with one of three color themes: Warm (red, orange, yellow), Cool (green, blue, indigo, violet), or Natural (brown, brunette, auburn, blonde). White, grey, and black are universal colors that can work with almost anything. There are examples both for canon and OC ponies where color schemes mix colors from different themes well, but for the most part they tend to stick to one theme because it's easier on the eyes and doesn't result in one color taking all of the focus from the rest of the design. You did well with the Warm color scheme you gave Sunrise, but the purple you added is jaring enough to take all of the eye's attention away from everything else. You don't have
to change it, but it is something I would at least consider, or make an edit with the purple changed to another Warm color and see how it looks.
Second, the mane style and tail style don't really work well together. Most ponies use their mane and tail in a similar fashion to how we use our hair as an extension of our personalities, or a representation of them. I don't know what Sunrise's personality it, but while the tail suggests practicality, the mane suggests ferocity. In fact, he seems like he suffers from what I have termed "Vegeta Syndrome", something which has afflicted Silver Star as well. What is
Sunrise's personality? What kind of mane and tail style would fit him best?
Third, what exactly does his cutie mark represent? Most cutie marks represent practical skills or talents that the pony who wears it is uniquely gifted at: Littlepip has a Pip-Buck because she's a skilled programmer and hacker, Velvet Remedy has a songbird because she's a gifted singer, and Calamity used to have a wrench because he's the ponification of Mr. Fix-it. While there can be deeper meanings or metaphors behind cutie marks, these tend to take a secondary position when compared to the cutie mark's more practical applications. What is Sunrise good at? From the look of his cutie mark, you can't really tell. It's a Ying Yang (a symbol that would undoubtedly be foreign to Equestria) inside a sun. There's nothing there that represents a practical skill or ability.
Again, the clarification doesn't really help. For starters, you gave him 6 points to spread amongst his Specials instead of 5. Then there's the issue of the two what I suppose are meant to be traits, one of which just giving him a straight upgrade to all of his Specials while the other gives him a massive
bonus to all of his Specials during the day while receiving a not-so-equivalent malus during the night when it won't matter anyways. Specials do indeed matter, as they determine the base number of points you have in their respective skills and each give their own unique bonuses and skill checks. The only time his Specials are at a normal starting amount is at night when he would presumably be sleeping, making the malus null and void.
Another issue arises from how you've got Sunrise stated: he's a Jack-of-All-Trades. Not bad at anything, but (normally) not great at anything either. Normally this isn't an issue when playing a Fallout game, but such a build tends to lend itself better to solo play than with companions, which itself doesn't lend itself well to literature. He lacks any skills that other companions could offer, and as such would just be forced to share his limited supplies and try to foalsit ponies who are ultimately vestigial to him. This is in comparison to Littlepip, who while good at being a rogue, isn't very good with anything that isn't lockpicking, hacking, or sneaking. Her skills compliment her companions, as Calamity is an excellent shot and can repair almost anything, and Velvet Remedy is charismatic and is a knowledgable healer. Unlike Littlepip, I don't see anything that Sunrise shouldn't
be at least decent at.
A more minor issue is that his tagged skills don't really match with the kind of pony you decribed him as. Speech, Science, and Spellcraft make him sound more like an administrator or a researcher than a survivalist.
Again, a bit of a misrepresentation of why they pushed the button. You call it evil, I call it desperation. They were losing, and by a wide margin. Equestria was finally on the war path and was outpacing the Zebras at every turn, from technology to magic, and it was only a matter of time before Equestria launched a full-scale invasion of the Zebra homeland and won the war. In desperation (and perhaps just a little bit of stupidity), they decided that if they weren't going to win, no one was, and launched their megaspells at Equestria. I'm not defending that decision, nor am I defending the mistake the author made in flat-out saying "the zebras what done did it", I'm just saying that calling it evil would be a likely misattribution.
And something to keep in mind about that memory: they were soldiers in a battlefield in the middle of a war. Of course they would continue to fight, just as the ponies chose to do so as well with their newfound "gift of life". If they were replaced by humans, even those of the same race, they would still likely continue to fight on.