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10th Nov '17 10:13:57 AM Hawaii_Knut
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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: They're Fallout raiders taken UpToEleven. Loosely organized, completely hooked up on chems, attack all others on sight (with a few exceptions) and lives by RapePillageAndBurn.



** TheDragon/ EvilGenius: Cook-Cook
** TheBrute: Driver Nephi
** DarkActionGirl: Violet

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** TheDragon/ EvilGenius: Cook-Cook
Cook-Cook, being the most dangerous of them and also having a suprisingly high Intelligence stat.
** TheBrute: Driver Nephi
Nephi, being a strong and sturdy melee combatant with several killings under his skeeve.
** DarkActionGirl: Violet Violet, the token female Fiend leader who at least isn't as depraved as Cook-Cook or as brutish as Nephi-
15th Oct '17 11:58:00 PM Cleaningcaptain
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* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:If you convince them to make peace with the NCR, [[TheLancer Pacer]] becomes enraged over the King "selling" out and attacks him. [[SuicidalOverconfidence In front of several loyal Kings, NCR Troopers, and your party]]. The only way to avoid this and still end the quest peacefully is to complete "King's Gambit" and use your favor to have the King agree to make peace.]]

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* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:If you convince them to make peace with the NCR, [[TheLancer Pacer]] becomes enraged over the King "selling" out and attacks him. [[SuicidalOverconfidence In front of several loyal Kings, NCR Troopers, and your party]]. The only way to avoid this and still end the quest peacefully is to complete "King's Gambit" and use your favor to have the King agree to make peace.]]peace...or use a mod that lets you point out to Pacer [[TalkingTheMonsterToDeath how stupid his attempted overthrow of the King really is.]]]]
30th Sep '17 8:22:54 PM Hanz
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* {{Veganopia}}: The Boomers evidently subsist on a vegan diet, growing soy and legumes for protein, They are also one of the most self-sufficient factions in the game.

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* {{Veganopia}}: The Boomers evidently subsist on a vegan diet, growing soy and legumes for protein, protein. They are also one of the most self-sufficient more militaristic factions in the game.
20th Sep '17 9:23:15 AM Hanz
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* AntiMutiny: Decides to overthrow [=McNamara=], believing he has secluded the Brotherhood out of fear and is allowing it to die a slow death hidden underground. He plans on doing this by finding evidence that [=McNamara=] is unfit for command in order to depose him. If you help him succeed he simply demotes [=McNamara=] rather than killing him.



* TheStarscream: Decides to overthrow [=McNamara=], believing he has secluded the Brotherhood out of fear and is allowing it to die a slow death hidden underground. However, he wants to do it by the books (IE, using evidence to paint [=McNamara=] as being unfit for command) rather than an outright coup.
** To be fair, Hardin legitimately believes that he is better suited for the job than [=McNamara=], and even after he pulls off his coup he simply demotes [=McNamara=] rather than killing him.
20th Sep '17 9:17:10 AM Hanz
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* {{Vegantopia}}: The Boomers evidently subsist on a vegan diet, growing soy and legumes for protein, They are also one of the most self-sufficient factions in the game.

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* {{Vegantopia}}: {{Veganopia}}: The Boomers evidently subsist on a vegan diet, growing soy and legumes for protein, They are also one of the most self-sufficient factions in the game.
20th Sep '17 9:16:48 AM Hanz
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* GunNut: Their main hat is a love of firearms due to coming from a vault with an overstocked armory. Their respect for weapons is the reason why you're allowed to carry your weapons openly in their territory.


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* {{Vegantopia}}: The Boomers evidently subsist on a vegan diet, growing soy and legumes for protein, They are also one of the most self-sufficient factions in the game.
18th Sep '17 7:02:53 PM The_Last_Brickman
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* CrazySurvivalist: More emphasis on the survivalist, less on the crazy. That said, even after you've established yourself as a non-threat, he'll attack you if you manage to make it past his traps without finding out the fate of his female companion for him.

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* CrazySurvivalist: More emphasis on the survivalist, less on the crazy. He's survived on radroach meat for protein and condensation from the rusted pipes for water, and "does his business" in a far corner of the room. That said, even after you've established yourself as a non-threat, he'll attack you if you manage to make it past his traps without finding out the fate of his female companion for him.


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* InsistentTerminology: If you say he's trapped, he's very quick to correct you, insisting that his kill-zone is a tactical choice. [[SubvertedTrope Then he says this]]:
--> '''Harland''': Aw, who am I foolin'? I'm trapped.


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* TacticalWithdrawal: He insists that his kill-zone is this, but then realizes that he's really just trapped.
18th Sep '17 6:58:09 PM The_Last_Brickman
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!!Brotherhood Of Steel

[[folder:In General]]
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->''"We do not help them or let them in. We keep knowledge that they must never have."''
-->-- '''The Brotherhood Codex'''

An exclusive and isolationist order of technology collectors, originally founded by a group of deserters from the US military, which have their headquarters in the Lost Hill bunker of Southern California. Their great mastery of pre-war technology meant that the organization at one point had a tight grip on the entire Core Region. But their dismissive and overbearing attitude towards outsiders and closed structure, from which they once drew their strength, have since dwindled their numbers and influence considerably, and they are now far past their prime. Their ongoing war against the NCR, due to a major disagreement about ownership of pre-war tech, has not helped matters, having resulted in many defeats and only a few victories for the Brotherhood, which has cost them many of their strongholds and forced quite a few of their local detachments either on the run or deep underground. One of these is the Mojave chapter, which has taken refuge in an old government bunker, Hidden Valley, from which they desperately keep trying to carry out the duties described in their Codex and reestablish contact with the HQ.

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!!Brotherhood Of Steel

[[folder:In General]]
[[quoteright:220:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Brotherhood_5816.png]]
->''"We do not help them or let them in. We keep knowledge that they must never have."''
-->-- '''The
[[folder:Harland]]
!!Harland

-->'''Voiced by:''' Chris Ciulla

Harland is a mercenary hired by the Bright
Brotherhood Codex'''

An exclusive and isolationist order of technology collectors, originally founded by a group of deserters
to help protect them while they make preparations for The "Great Journey". He was separated from the US military, which have their headquarters in flock when the Lost Hill bunker of Southern California. Their great mastery of pre-war technology meant that Nightkin arrived, and is encountered sitting in his kill-zone to ward off the organization at one point had a tight grip on the entire Core Region. But their dismissive and overbearing attitude towards outsiders and closed structure, from which they once drew their strength, have since dwindled their numbers and influence considerably, and they are now far past their prime. Their ongoing war against the NCR, due to a major disagreement about ownership of pre-war tech, has not helped matters, having resulted in many defeats and only a few victories for the Brotherhood, which has cost them many of their strongholds and forced quite a few of their local detachments either on the run or deep underground. One of these is the Mojave chapter, which has taken refuge in an old government bunker, Hidden Valley, from which they desperately keep trying to carry out the duties described in their Codex and reestablish contact with the HQ.nightkin.


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* TheBigGuy: He serves as this for the Bright Brotherhood. While most of them [[FrickinLaserBeams are no slouches in combat]], he is armed far more heavily, and has managed to single-handedly ward off an entire horde of nightkin in ''their own section of the building''.
* CrazySurvivalist: More emphasis on the survivalist, less on the crazy. That said, even after you've established yourself as a non-threat, he'll attack you if you manage to make it past his traps without finding out the fate of his female companion for him.
* GoodIsNotNice: He thinks Jason's teachings are complete nonsense, is only interested in the Bright Brotherhood for their women, but despite all this, he still has Good Karma.
* NotInThisForYourRevolution: Is openly skeptical of Jason's teachings and proudly admits to simply being there because the "ghoullettes" there are attractive to him.
* TokenGoodTeammate: Alongside Chris, he is the only member of the Bright Brotherhood to have Good Karma.
* WorthyOpponent: Davison admits that Harland is "not squishy like the other ghouls."

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!!Brotherhood Of Steel

[[folder:In General]]
[[quoteright:220:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Brotherhood_5816.png]]
->''"We do not help them or let them in. We keep knowledge that they must never have."''
-->-- '''The Brotherhood Codex'''

An exclusive and isolationist order of technology collectors, originally founded by a group of deserters from the US military, which have their headquarters in the Lost Hill bunker of Southern California. Their great mastery of pre-war technology meant that the organization at one point had a tight grip on the entire Core Region. But their dismissive and overbearing attitude towards outsiders and closed structure, from which they once drew their strength, have since dwindled their numbers and influence considerably, and they are now far past their prime. Their ongoing war against the NCR, due to a major disagreement about ownership of pre-war tech, has not helped matters, having resulted in many defeats and only a few victories for the Brotherhood, which has cost them many of their strongholds and forced quite a few of their local detachments either on the run or deep underground. One of these is the Mojave chapter, which has taken refuge in an old government bunker, Hidden Valley, from which they desperately keep trying to carry out the duties described in their Codex and reestablish contact with the HQ.
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15th Sep '17 12:22:02 PM thekeyofe
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* AnarchyIsChaos: The King and Pacer both agree that their image of Freeside is a town where everyone can be free to do what they want, but they disagree on what this means. The King imagines a society where every citizen is free to pursue their own path, so long as they respect the rights of others - well within the spectrum of anarchist politics. Pacer is happy to live in a society where the strong take from the weak and the weak can like it or go live somewhere else - assuming that, as second-in-command of the biggest gang, he'll be in the 'strong' category. [[spoiler: Unsurprisingly, his attack on the NCR relief effort ended ''terribly'' and if rest of The Kings go down his path and [[GenreBlind attack the trained and heavily armed troops]], [[CurbStompBattle they will get massacred]] and [[DownerEnding Freeside will end up under martial law.]], while The King's willingness to compromise will allow them to end the situation peacefully.]]

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* AnarchyIsChaos: The King and Pacer both agree that their image of Freeside is a town where everyone can be free to do what they want, but they disagree on what this means. The King imagines a society where every citizen is free to pursue their own path, so long as they respect the rights of others - well within the [[UsefulNotes/{{Anarchism}} spectrum of anarchist politics.politics]]. Pacer is happy to live in a society where the strong take from the weak and the weak can like it or go live somewhere else - assuming that, as second-in-command of the biggest gang, he'll be in the 'strong' category. [[spoiler: Unsurprisingly, his attack on the NCR relief effort ended ''terribly'' and if rest of The Kings go down his path and [[GenreBlind attack the trained and heavily armed troops]], [[CurbStompBattle they will get massacred]] and [[DownerEnding Freeside will end up under martial law.]], while The King's willingness to compromise will allow them to end the situation peacefully.]]
15th Sep '17 9:14:13 AM thekeyofe
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