The ruling council of the Brotherhood of Steel, based in the Lost Hills bunker in South California, decided to send a contingent of soldiers to the East Coast, to recover any and all advanced technology from Washington, DC and to investigate the reports of super mutant activity in the area.The Pentagon, as they had feared, was largely destroyed. But its sub-levels remained intact, and contained enough pre-war technology and weaponry to keep Brotherhood forces going indefinitely (once the defense robots were destroyed). But there was something else, as well… a technological marvel that, if restored, could help the Brotherhood rebuild a strength and reputation that had been declining steadily for years.
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Citadel is the headquarters of the Brotherhood of Steel in the Capital Wasteland, built into and beneath the ruins of the Pentagon in present-day Arlington, Virginia.
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... that Frank Horrigan was based off Clint Eastwood's character in the movie In the Line of Fire?
... that Robert House remained unconscious and cryogenically frozen for 61 years?
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Not sure if it was mentioned here (I'm sure Agent C mentioned it in a news post) but in late April Geek & Sundry announced Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, “the first tabletop miniatures game based on the Fallout universe”.
For those just hearing about this here is the official description:
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