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A cult is a cohesive group of people who follow a set of beliefs or practices that are outside the mainstream of a particular society.

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From The Vault

A religion is a system of human thought which usually includes a set of narratives, symbols, beliefs and practices. These give meaning to the practitioner's experiences of life through reference to a higher power, deity or deities, or ultimate truth.

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Religions in the Fallout world

Enduring pre-war religions

All the basic pre-War religions and belief systems are still active after the Great War. The entire spectrum of Christianity still exists, and has scattered into even more splinter groups, such as the Catholicism-derived Saint Monica's Church on board Rivet City. Mormonism still exists, since it was hard to nuke all of Utah, and Mormons are pretty hardy folk. The Hubologists are active even more than before the war. Followers of Dharma also exist; such as Hindus, Buddists and Sikhs - Aradesh is a prime example.

New post-war religions

Of course, many new religions also came into being. Just before the War, and soon after it, many doomsday cults were created, one of which eventually became the Children of the Cathedral who were situated near Los Angeles. The Children of the Atom in Megaton have a warped view of nuclear weapons, viewing them as a sort of deliverance, but are a peaceful group. Some of the post-War factions can also be considered quasi-religious even if they do not worship any deity - the Followers of the Apocalypse worship knowledge, while the Brotherhood of Steel worships technology.

Tribal religions

There are also as many tribal religions - some worship fragments of forgotten knowledge about the world before the War; some, like Arroyo or Sulik's tribe, worship their ancestors, and many others deify the Nature, or particular plants or animals (like the Vipers). Some natives of the Pitt worship Ishmael Ashur, Lord of The Pitt. The residents of Oasis in the Capital Wasteland seem to have developed a religious system around the love of nature.

List of religions by game

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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Commonly known simply as "The Cult", this mysterious group of men have made their base on the island of Goroma in the Shattered Isles. They are serving and try to wake up Ancient Demons of the Triangle. They believe that a fire demon has made its home in the volcano on that island. They are also present on the Ice Islands, where they are melting ice to wake an ancient demon, and the isle of Yalahar.

See also Sorcerers and Necromancers for other human magicians.

Voodoo Cultists

Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Acolyte of the Cult Image:Acolyte of the Cult.gif 300 390 -- -- 0-40 gp, Morning Star, Cultish Robe, Orange Book (rare), Dragon Necklace (rare), Music Sheet (second verse, rare), Life Ring (rare), Small Emerald (rare), Terra Rod (rare), Green Tunic (rare), Pirate Voodoo Doll (rare), Key Ring (very rare).
Adept of the Cult Image:Adept of the Cult.gif 400 430 -- -- 0-57 gp, Clerical Mace (semi-rare), Pirate Voodoo Doll (semi-rare), Orange Book (rare), Time Ring (rare), Silver Amulet (rare), Small Ruby (rare), Music Sheet (third verse, rare), Hailstorm Rod (rare), Amber Staff (rare), Red Robe (very rare), Key Ring (very rare), Lunar Staff (very rare).
Doomsday Cultist File:Doomsday Cultist.gif ? ? -- -- Midnight Shard.
Enlightened of the Cult Image:Enlightened of the Cult.gif 500 700 -- -- 0-80 gp, Cape, Cultish Mask, Protection Amulet (semi-rare), Small Sapphire (semi-rare), Pirate Voodoo Doll (semi-rare), Music Sheet (fourth verse, semi-rare), Energy Ring (semi-rare), Strong Mana Potion (rare), Wand of Inferno (rare), Skull Staff (rare), Platinum Amulet (rare), Piggy Bank (very rare), Blue Robe (very rare), Key Ring (very rare), Mysterious Voodoo Skull (very rare), Amber Staff (very rare).
Novice of the Cult Image:Novice of the Cult.gif 100 285 -- -- 0-30 gp, Mace, Cultish Robe, Scarf (semi-rare), Orange Book (rare), Wand of Vortex (rare), Pirate Voodoo Doll (very rare), Dwarven Ring (very rare), Music Sheet (first verse, very rare), Small Diamond (very rare), Garlic Necklace (very rare).

Voodoo Cultist Boss

Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Grandfather Tridian Image:Grandfather Tridian.gif 1400 1800 -- -- 0-80 gp, Piggy Bank, Strong Mana Potion, Brown Mushroom, Wand of Inferno, Skull Staff, Voodoo Doll, Music Sheet (first verse), Music Sheet (second verse), Music Sheet (third verse) Music Sheet (fourth verse), Wand of Voodoo (rare).

 

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