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Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel, developed by Micro Forté and published by Interplay in 2001, is the third title in the Fallout series, but is not a traditional RPG (so it wasn't entitled Fallout 3). Instead, Fallout Tactics focuses on squad-based combat and introduces near real-time combat, called "continuous turn-based" by the developers, as well as a multiplayer mode, to the Fallout series. The plot of the game takes place in the American Midwest rather than the West Coast, as the previous Fallout titles did.
Komodo dragons or simply Komodos are mutated giant lizards found commonly in the Midwest. As the Komodo dragons are originally from the island of Komodo and were not naturally found in the United States of America before the Great War, they likely originated from a zoological garden. Dried and cured Komodo hides are used in the creation of leather armor. Komodos are among the critters controlled by the Beastlords.
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|The Fallout world is not quite our own. It is an alternate reality which diverged from ours at some point after the second World War.
The base concept for the setting is the World of Tomorrow as imagined in the Golden Age of Science Fiction. This means that before the Great War, the Fallout world was more or less what the people of the 1940s and 1950s thought things would be like in 2077.