Background[edit | edit source]
Reverend Delbert was the head of the Flatwoods parish, who witnessed the End. The biblical scale of the nuclear devastation made him think that the end times were nigh and all of the faithful would be taken to heaven. When the Rapture did not happen, leaving him behind, the Reverend experienced a crisis of faith, reflecting on his own sins as he survived on a day to day basis. Was he not charitable enough? Did he say or think things he ought not to? His doubts continued until he met a group of filthy survivors, eating a raw rat carcass behind a dumpster in Flatwoods. After learning that they did not know how to cook, the talented reverend found his new mission in life: Providing food to the hungry and spiritual guidance to those in need. He built kitchens, taught cooking, believing that was the reason why he was spared from the flaming nuclear sword.
When the Responders formed, he provided his church to them as an outpost, believing them to be good people doing God's work. It gave meaning to his life, especially as the doubts crept up and attacked him whenever he stopped to think, to witness what was going on. He set up brahmin pastures, taught anyone who needed being taught, even gave food to the raiders who formed in the region after the collapse, to keep them from hurting people. As the Responders were slowly overwhelmed by the sheer number of refugees, he continued his labors - until his death at the dusk of the 21st century. By 2102, his body is found dead in his home, cold and rotting on the floor.
Interactions with the player character[edit | edit source]
Interactions overview[edit | edit source]
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Appearances[edit | edit source]
Delbert Winters appears only in Fallout 76.