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The rod is a holy instrument, through which I instruct my charges. Pain clears the mind of evil thoughts and allows them to better comprehend the glory of the Master.

Father Lasher or "Lasher of the Children" (a double entendre) is a member of the Children of the Cathedral and can be found in the Northwestern part of the chapel in 2161.

Background

He is a short-tempered, nasty individual. His role is as a disciplinarian and has a reputation for implementing a curriculum of violence upon his students in the name of self-improvement. He wields a cattle prod and believes that complacence impedes evolution, thus his technique.

Interactions with the player character

Interaction overview

FriendlyFoe
This character is a temporary companion.
FriendlyFoe
This character is a permanent companion.
LivingAnatomy
This character is a doctor.
Barter
This character is a merchant. Sells: -
Hand Loader
This character can modify weapons.

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GoodNatured
This character starts quests.

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Perk empathy synthesizer
This character is involved in quests.

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OpticsEnhancer
This character has a talking head.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items
Robes Cattle prod COC badge (red)

Notable quotes

  • "Learn to embrace pain as your closest friend, for pain is the most instructive force in the universe. Break yourself until you can exist no longer as an individual, then remake yourself into the Master's tool. That is the solution to all of your problems."
  • "The rod is a holy instrument, through which I instruct my charges. Pain clears the mind of evil thoughts and allows them to better comprehend the glory of the Master."
  • "I instruct the children. It is my duty. All children are wicked beasts. It is my duty to force them into evolve into human beings. Perhaps you have heard that I do not tolerate frivolity. This is true. I want my charges to suffer as much as possible."

Appearances

Lasher appears only in the original Fallout.

Behind the scenes

His methods are similar to those used by Bene Gesserit to discern humans from animals in the Dune series by Frank Herbert.

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