Brotherhood of Steel (West Virginia)

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Mentioned-only faction
Brotherhood of Steel
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Territory
Notable LocationsWest Virginia
Relations and associations
ParentBrotherhood of Steel
 
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Brotherhood of Steel in West Virginia is the result of Capt. Roger Maxson's Brotherhood in New California's Lost Hills reaching out via satellite across America, all the way to Appalachia.[1]

Background[edit | edit source]

Taggerdy's Thunder was a US Army Ranger unit led by Lieutenant Elizabeth Taggerdy. She continued to lead her troops - as a Paladin - after they all joined the Brotherhood of Steel. Paladin Taggerdy was known for only recruiting from those who had military experience and found it difficult to coordinate with the other, more "civilian" factions in Appalachia. Fort Defiance served as headquarters for the newly established Appalachian branch of the Brotherhood of Steel.[2]

Organization[edit | edit source]

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Appearances[edit | edit source]

The chapter appears in Fallout 76.

References

  1. Official Fallout Twitter: "November 2077, a month after the Great War, army Captain Roger Maxson arrived with survivors at the Californian bunker of Lost Hills. There he formed the Brotherhood of Steel, who used a functioning satellite to extend their reach across America… all the way to Appalachia.'"
  2. Fallout 76 loading screen hints
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