Brotherhood fatigues

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Brotherhood Fatigues
Uniform BrotherhoodFatigues.png
DRBallisticEnergyRadiation
Values101010
Weight4Value20
ModificationsNone
Editor IDArmor_BoS_Soldier
Armor_BoS_Kells
Armor_BoS_Cade
Base ID00169523
001f1a7f (Kells)
001f1a7c (Cade)
Matching headgear
 
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Brotherhood fatigues is an outfit-type item in Fallout 4.

Background[edit | edit source]

The standard field uniform for Brotherhood soldiers in the Eastern division was introduced after 2277 and the opening of recruitment to the outside. The base outfit consists of a pair of trousers made from durable fabric with thigh pockets and a woven sweater with a pocket on the left arm, a patch reserved for branch insignia on the right, and a pair of fabric patches on the shoulders to prevent wear and tear. They are typically worn with a pair of heavy combat boots, leather gloves, and two more pockets attached on the cruses using leather straps. A sleeveless jacket is worn on top of the sweater, providing additional protection from the elements and a pair of large pockets on the lower flaps, closed using clasps on the front. The final touch is the tactical rig, consisting of a leather vest with seven pockets on the front and an utility belt with an additional three, with two coiled ropes attached to the shoulder and the lower back for use in the field.[1]

The simplicity, utility, and versatility of the designs resulted in widespread adoption of the design, even by Scribes and Lancers. The base outfit is virtually unchanged, save for the addition of headgear or a backpack. The only major differences are in the sweater: The brown of the Initiates and Knights is replaced with red when used by Scribes, blue for Lancers, and white for medical personnel (with the Brotherhood's medical corps sigil emblazoned on the shoulder).[2]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Unfortunately, the fatigues provide no modification slots, meaning their minimal protection relegates them to the role of a cosmetic item.

Locations[edit | edit source]

References

  1. Appearance of the fatigues.
  2. Appearance of the fatigue variants.