History Characters / FalloutNewVegasNewCalifornia

1st Apr '16 8:31:22 AM KhlavKalash
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%%* FriendlySniper: 10 of Spades and Corporal Sterling

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%%* * FriendlySniper: 10 of Spades and Corporal SterlingSterling are the friendliest ones of the team.



* TheSquad
* TheSquadette: Betsy

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* TheSquad
TheSquad: Of snipers.
* TheSquadette: BetsyBetsy.
15th Mar '16 3:11:56 PM KhlavKalash
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* WouldNotShootACivilian : Since the Rangers are professional military who used to kill slavers, this is assumed. Especially when you hear Andy who says he WouldntHurtAChild.

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* WouldNotShootACivilian : WouldNotShootACivilian: Since the Rangers are professional military who used to kill slavers, this is assumed. Especially when you hear Andy who says he WouldntHurtAChild.
15th Mar '16 3:03:49 PM KhlavKalash
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* IconicOutfit: The black armor and longcoat. Not every Ranger wears it, just the Veterans, but its the Veteran wear is the symbol of the group.

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* IconicOutfit: The black armor and longcoat. Not every Ranger wears it, just the Veterans, but its it's the Veteran wear is the symbol of the group.
15th Mar '16 3:03:07 PM KhlavKalash
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* DeathNotification: What the Rangers did to Christina Morales, because they didn't bring the corpse with them.

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* DeathNotification: What the Rangers did to Christina Morales, because they Morales. They didn't bring the corpse with them.
15th Mar '16 2:59:06 PM KhlavKalash
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%%* DeathNotification: What the Rangers did to Christina Morales.

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%%* * DeathNotification: What the Rangers did to Christina Morales.Morales, because they didn't bring the corpse with them.



* EliteArmy: Especially compared to the standard NCR military, which generally relies on [[ZergRush overwhelming manpower]].



* EliteArmy: Especially compared to the standard NCR military, which generally relies on [[ZergRush overwhelming manpower]].



* StrategyVersusTactics : The Rangers have both. Their command structure and intelligence allow them to perform impressive strategic maneuvers (The most famous one is the Battle of Hoover Dam) but their excellent training and equipment also give them the edge in any battle, to the point that Lucius, the commander of Caesar's PraetorianGuard says the Rangers are the only strength of the Republic.

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* StrategyVersusTactics : StrategyVersusTactics: The Rangers have both. Their command structure and intelligence allow them to perform impressive strategic maneuvers (The most famous one is the Battle of Hoover Dam) but their excellent training and equipment also give them the edge in any battle, to the point that Lucius, the commander of Caesar's PraetorianGuard says the Rangers are the only strength of the Republic.
23rd Feb '16 8:34:05 AM KhlavKalash
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** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Well, more like silver, but still. He's a very selfish person and his wasting of troopers lives is pretty abhorrent. However in the Legion and ndependent endings if you pass the speech check he'll ultimately accept his duty to save their lives, he refuses to endanger civilans, and if the NCR wins he admits the republic isn't perfect and wishes more folks like you were around to help them clean up their act and set a better example.

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** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Well, more like silver, but still. He's a very selfish person and his wasting of troopers lives is pretty abhorrent. However in the Legion and ndependent Independent endings if you pass the speech check he'll ultimately accept his duty to save their lives, he refuses to endanger civilans, and if the NCR wins he admits the republic isn't perfect and wishes more folks like you were around to help them clean up their act and set a better example.
23rd Feb '16 8:29:43 AM KhlavKalash
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** He got his post primarily due to nepotism according to Boone; Colonel Hsu (see below) would probably be in that position if he hadn't. His plan for the Legion (dubbed "Tunnel Vision" by House) is [[HollywoodTactics to fight it out in one big glorious meat grinder battle at the Fort.]] Instead of, you know, weakening the Legion beforehand with skirmishes, defending the river from Legionaries sneaking across to do the same to them, and training his very undertrained and unprepared troops before the battle. His derogatory nickname among many of his subordinates is "General Wait-And-See. In the House and Wild Card lines, one of the options for dealing with Lanius is to tell him that the NCR is organizing a trap for him, because does he really think taking the Dam is this easy? Yes, it actually is; Oliver really is just a poor strategist.

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** He got his post primarily due to nepotism according to Boone; Colonel Hsu (see below) would probably be in that position if he hadn't. His plan for the Legion (dubbed "Tunnel Vision" by House) is [[HollywoodTactics to fight it out in one big glorious meat grinder battle at the Fort.]] Instead of, you know, weakening the Legion beforehand with skirmishes, defending the river from Legionaries sneaking across to do the same to them, and training his very undertrained and unprepared troops before the battle. His derogatory nickname among many of his subordinates is "General Wait-And-See.Wait-And-See". In the House and Wild Card lines, one of the options for dealing with Lanius is to tell him that the NCR is organizing a trap for him, because does he really think taking the Dam is this easy? Yes, it actually is; Oliver really is just a poor strategist.
18th Feb '16 3:40:30 PM KhlavKalash
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** PostFinalBoss: In the House and Wild Card end quests, you have to face him and talk him down now that the dam is safe from the Legion. It's really just a clean-up of a lose end now that the real threat is dealt with.

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** PostFinalBoss: In the House and Wild Card end quests, you have to face him and talk him down now that the dam is safe from the Legion. It's really just a clean-up of a lose loose end now that the real threat is dealt with.
18th Feb '16 3:39:41 PM KhlavKalash
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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigureReasonableAuthorityFigure: Unlike other NCR authority figures.



* StealthPun[=/=]PunnyName: ''Very'' subtly done, especially given the spelling of his name (as opposed to the more phonetic Shu). He is referred to in dialogue simply as Colonel Hsu and the HUD gives his full name, Col. James Hsu: Only through the Power of FridgeLogic does one notice that in a casual setting his name could be ''Jim'' Hsu...

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* StealthPun[=/=]PunnyName: ''Very'' subtly done, especially given the spelling of his name (as opposed to the more phonetic Shu). He is referred to in dialogue simply as Colonel Hsu and the HUD gives his full name, Col. James Hsu: Only Hsu; only through the Power of FridgeLogic does one notice that in a casual setting his name could be ''Jim'' Hsu...



* HeelRealization: [[spoiler:If you have killed Caesar or discovered his illness, you can end the Return to Sender quest by telling Hanlon that the Legion will be a massive threat to all of the NCR without their leading ideologist alive, which causes Hanlon to come back to his senses and agree to stop falsifying the reports. Going with this option also means that he isn't DrivenToSuicide. This also applies to the suicide option as well, with a TearJerker of a speech that is essentially him describing this trope.]]
* HeroicBSOD: Deconstructed. [[spoiler:It wasn't a single traumatic moment that reduced Hanlon to the tired, weary shell of a man he's become. It was the long, slow burn of seeing NCR's higher-ups screw up their own efforts to annex the Mojave, and realizing they were going to lose the war and be wiped out because of Oliver's pettiness and incompetence.]]



* HeelRealization: [[spoiler:If you have killed Caesar or discovered his illness, you can end the Return to Sender quest by telling Hanlon that the Legion will be a massive threat to all of the NCR without their leading ideologist alive, which causes Hanlon to come back to his senses and agree to stop falsifying the reports. Going with this option also means that he isn't DrivenToSuicide. This also applies to the suicide option as well, with a TearJerker of a speech that is essentially him describing this trope.]]
* HeroicBSOD: Deconstructed. [[spoiler:It wasn't a single traumatic moment that reduced Hanlon to the tired, weary shell of a man he's become. It was the long, slow burn of seeing NCR's higher-ups screw up their own efforts to annex the Mojave, and realizing they were going to lose the war and be wiped out because of Oliver's pettiness and incompetence.]]
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