Fallout Database



28 Results For BRENDEN.MSG
100 You see a stern, young initiate with a book.
101 You see Initiate Brenden.
102 Good day. How may I be of assistance?
103 I'm looking for Master Scribe Vree.
104 I'm looking for General Maxson.
105 I'm looking for Paladin Rhombus.
106 What're you reading?
107 Gaahh.
108 Hmm. Apparently I may not be of assistance.
109 Master Scribe Vree is on level three, in the computer lab.
110 General Maxson is usually on level four, in the council chambers.
111 Paladin Rhombus spends most of his time on level one, in the supply room.
112 Is there anything else I can help you with?
113 Thanks. Good day.
114 Actually, it is a journal that I am keeping. I'm working on a treatise on the social dynamics of the Brotherhood.
115 Hmm. Sounds interesting.
116 So, what's the point?
117 Indeed. I've been researching information about our predecessors from before the war and about the societies of the outside world. I think that the Brotherhood comes closest in organization to the Knights Templar of the so-called 'Dark Ages'.
118 Why did you decide to study this?
119 The Knights Templar?
120 Although the Brotherhood places a high emphasis on hard sciences and applications technology, there has been little in the way of research into the soft sciences, like psychology and sociology. For a well-rounded education, we must apply scientific thought to all endeavors.
121 So what have you discovered?
122 I've come to the conclusion that the Brotherhood functions mostly like a pseudo-religious organization. We have the strong military hierarchy, combined with codes of honor passed down from our ancestors. Combine this with our technical skills and I think that there are two paths of development for the Brotherhood: a techno-religious dictatorship or a benevolent research society.
123 What could influence the development of the Brotherhood?
124 Ultimately we have a command heirarchy, with the Elders at the top. The most influential positions, then, are the Elders and the High Elder. A charismatic High Elder could direct the Brotherhood almost completely. We need to be careful to make sure that we have a leader who is both strong and visionary. Thankfully, I think that General Maxson fits that description.
125 According to my research, the Knights Templar were a military brotherhood which focused upon the acquisition of wealth and knowledge. Although they had some religious overtones in their structure, their quest for knowledge ultimately made them a secular organization. I think that they would have been a more theocratic organization if they had a greater interest in wealth and power, since the church of that era was primarily involved in control of gold and land.
126 And how does this relate to the Brotherhood?
127 We must understand our past if we are to recognize our directions for the future . . . but I'm sure you wouldn't understand that.




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