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You clearly hate them to the extent that any moral arguments won't even be considered, so I won't even go there.
My point is, the Brotherhood doesn't do duplicity and manipulations, and beyond very limited single examples, such as Proctor Teagan, whose actions are implied to be kept secret from the rest of the Brotherhood anyhow, deal with you honestly and bluntly. There's no double-talk involved, which is why their word can be taken at face value more often than that of the Institute or Railroad, both of whom are manipulative and conniving from the get-go and are can be trusted as far as you can throw their entire base.
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You clearly hate them to the extent that any moral arguments won\'t even be considered, so I won\'t even go there.
My point is, the Brotherhood doesn\'t do duplicity and manipulations, and beyond very limited single examples, such as Proctor Teagan, whose actions are implied to be kept secret from the rest of the Brotherhood anyhow, deal with you honestly and bluntly. There\'s no double-talk involved, which is why their word can be taken at face value more often than that of the Institute or Railroad, both of whom are manipulative and conniving from the get-go and are can be trusted as far as you can throw their entire base, random Super Mutants, Ghouls, or Raiders, whose memories aren\'t exactly what they used to be, or a Synth whose beliefs can be programmed. There\'s a certain up-frontness involved.
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