Contrary to the original Brotherhood of Steel, Owyn Lyons has changed the rank system - paladins are no longer a separate caste, but a rank (albeit a high one) instead. Paladins lead the squads of knights and go first into combat. They are usually more heavily armed and may get even the most advanced of weapons. Brotherhood of Steel paladins are some of the toughest human combatants in the Capital Wasteland, second only to the soldiers of the Enclave. After the Broken Steel add-on, Brotherhood of Steel paladins become more of a match to Enclave grunts. Some will carry Tesla cannons and Gatling lasers while assaulting Adams Air Force Base.
|服装||武器||其他 物品||死 亡|
|T-45d power armor||Laser rifle
Chinese assault rifle
|-||Brotherhood of Steel holotag|
- Star Paladin Cross
- Paladin Bael
- Paladin Glade
- Paladin Gunny
- Paladin Hoss
- Paladin Vargas
- Paladin Reddin (pronounced after death)
- Paladin Tristan
- Paladin Jensen
- Paladin Kodiak
- Paladin Blanchett - honorable Death in Combat
- Paladin Jennings - honorable Death in Combat
- Paladin Stein - M.I.A. (Presumed Dead/Honorable Death in Combat)
- Paladin Sawagachi - honorable Death in Combat
The paladins inside the GNR building in Fallout 3, cannot be mezzed. They will turn hostile and the other Brotherhood members in the building, the paladin will go unconscious when killed by the other brothers, and then when getting up all members of the Brotherhood will be hostile to the player character. It is unknown if this occurs elsewhere.[clarification needed]The paladin guards outside the Citadel can be mezzed and sold, or looted. This does not affect Bael.
These paladins appear only in Fallout 3.