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considering they're building liberty prime from the ground up and their making improvements as they go plus they need alot of metal,cameras,sensor modules,etc. which are mostly in the super mutant infested D.C. ruins it would probably take at least a decade or two for them to get liberty prime up and running for missions again. CountryStrong106 07:06, June 4, 2012 (UTC)
I think they could actually have a functioning Liberty Prime in less than a decade, maybe as early as two to three years. By the time Prime was destroyed they had a good understanding of the majority of Prime's systems, and the power problem was the last major step to overcome. So I don't think the know-how would be too much of a problem, and I would think materials would be the hardest part. That said, there would be a great deal of tech in the area from the now defeated Enclave to process which would speed things up. As the machine was not capable of being destroyed through conventional means and its deployment into combat zones insured victory, I would think the project would be put on the fast track. XxSick DemonxX 07:01, June 4, 2012 (UTC)
I do not believe they have the resources to do so. Most of Liberty Prime was built by an experienced team with skills and resources in areas the Brotherhood simply cannot match. Heck, after all these years they still cant build power armour - only repair it.Agent c 07:48, June 4, 2012 (UTC)
It would take the outcasts about 6 ears due to low manpower but superior tech. It would take the Brotherhood of steel in The Citadel around 10 years due to lack of technology and great reliance on the Lone Wanderer, or for ever sice I blew thier asses up in Broken Steel. It would take the Enclave 1 year due to superior manpower and technology, Rough esimates Ryanurch (talk) 16:33, August 10, 2012 (UTC)
There's no possibility for Liberty Prime to be rebuilt. We're talking about a pre-War cutting edge military weapons platform that the largest consosrtiums with access to limitless material couldn't quite finish. Lyons' men only jury rigged LP, but they won't be able to rebuild it. Tagaziel (call!) 16:40, August 10, 2012 (UTC)
Depends how long it takes them to restart the High-tec industry and transportation networks. The Foundries, factorys in working order and finished roads with operating heavy cargo vehicles.--Ant2242 (talk) 16:41, August 11, 2012 (UTC)