In Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel, Rhombus, despite some criticism from the Elder council, starts a crusade against the remains of the Super Mutant army, now led by Attis. His group travels to the city of Carbon, where Jane, the Raider Matron, gives them some valuable information about their enemies. Then they march to the city of Los, where the mutant army is located.Here, Rhombus ends up being alone, captured, with all his comrades being killed in a bloody battle with super mutants and a local ghoul cult known as the Church of the Lost. Rhombus is tortured by the cult leader, Blake, but later liberated by the Initiate.
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Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel (abbreviated as FO:BoS, FOBOS or simply BOS) is an action game developed and produced by Interplay Entertainment for the Xbox and PlayStation 2 game consoles. Released on January 13, 2004, BoS was the fourth video game to be set in the Fallout universe and the first to be made for video game consoles.
The game chronicles the adventures of an initiate of the Brotherhood of Steel. Because of numerous inconsistencies with previous Fallout games, Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel is not considered part of the official Fallout canon, however some of its content could be used as "flavor" material.
Rhombus is the Head Paladin of the Brotherhood of Steel in 2161. He assumes this position when the previous Head Paladin, John Maxson, becomes the new High Elder after his father is killed by the Vipers. The Paladins, now led by Rhombus, begin a full scale campaign against the Vipers, tracking them down and wiping out almost all of their members within the span of a month.
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