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The Battle of Project Purity was an offensive taken by Lyons' Brotherhood of Steel in 2278 to take back the Jefferson Memorial from the Enclave who had captured it in previous weeks. The memorial housed Project Purity, an effort aided by the Brotherhood to bring pure, radiation-free water to the Capital Wasteland. Whatever group controls the water supply controls the wasteland, so it remained in both parties interests to secure the purifier. Liberty Prime, the Lyons' Pride and other Brotherhood forces aided in clearing the way for the Lone Wanderer who would confront Colonel Augustus Autumn to surrender the faculty. The purifier was ultimately secured by the Brotherhood and began producing pure water for wasteland consumption. While defeated at the purifier, the Enclave continued to remain a threat to Brotherhood interests.
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that the T-51b power armor was the pinnacle of personal protection technology at the time of the Great War?

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that the New California Republic is the largest governmental body in the known post-war world?

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that deathclaws are genetically modified Jackson's Chameleons?

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that Van Buren, the canceled Fallout 3 by Black Isle, was going to feature radtoads?

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that should storage space run out, ZAX computers will start cannibalizing previously stored data?

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that Christine is likely to have been Veronica's partner?

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