While ostensibly like the Children of the Cathedral in being dedicated to the cause of spreading peace throughout the wasteland, they are suspicious of the latter's motives. Talius, a ghoul-like mutant partially exposed to FEV by the Master's forces, found refuge among the Followers, and helped them understand the true nature of the Children.After the death of the Master, the Followers of the Apocalypse became a major influence in the newly-founded New California Republic. With the Vault Dweller's help, they gained control of the LA Boneyard.
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Followers of the Apocalypse inhabit a library in the western segment of the Boneyard. Led by Nicole, the Followers are dedicated to scholarship and to ensuring that humanity does not repeat the mistakes that led to the Great War.
|Did you know...|
... that psychoactive drugs were released into the Vault 106 air filtration system 10 days after the door was sealed?
... that New California Republic's capital city (population: 10000+) is the largest urban settlement built from the ground up after the war?
... that Vault 94 opened only a year after the bombs fell?
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