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Quaere Verum

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Quaere Verum
Overview
LeadershipReid Underwood
Society
Notable MembersBanks
Combs
Territory
HeadquartersUnknown
Relations and associations
Related EntitiesDoctor Aldwin Morley (Conspiracy mole)
 
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Quaere Verum (Latin: Seek the Truth) was a pre-War organization before the Great War.

Background

Quaere Verum was a small pre-War organization dedicated to exposing the truth about extraterrestrials. It was destroyed after they managed to raid a top secret laboratory and steal a prototype plasma weapon in development.[1]

It was commonly considered a crackpot group, for their belief in the existence of an alien conspiracy.[2]

Appearances

Quaere Verum is mentioned in the Fallout 3 add-on Mothership Zeta.

References

  1. Reid Underwood's terminal
  2. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.45: "Aliens
    Once thought to be covered up by a government conspiracy and believed only by "crackpot" groups such as the Quaere Verum, evidence of extraterrestrial life can be traced back throughout human history, but became nationally recognized after the mysterious disappearance of the Clarabella 7 space pod during the 1960s Space Race. It is said that Alien technology was the basis of many of the Enclave's more exotic and impressive weaponry and robotics, and even toy manufacturers such as Wilson Automatoys weren't immune to these accusations. Recently, after the discovery of an Alien body in Fort Bannister, the shocking truth was revealed. The Aliens are not only real and alive, but they’re back. And they're pissed."
    (Fallout 3 Official Game Guide faction profiles)