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Reaver Movement
leader(s): Albert Lamore
Rodger Gaire
Glenda Close
Tobias Peste.
headquarters: Newton
The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.

Reavers are a cult of humans dedicated to the worship of technology. Unlike the Brotherhood of Steel, Reavers feel technology has an important religious significance. There are some indications that Reavers may employ cybernetics. While Reavers revere technological instruments and weapons, they were not allied with the Calculator's robots, and were in fact attacked by them.



Around 2198, a Reaver delegate came to the Midwestern Brotherhood of Steel Bunker Delta, bringing news that a large Calculator's robot force has all but annihilated the main Reaver camp in Newton. The Reaver's numbers were devastated by relentless attacks and will soon be destroyed unless we intervene. Normally, the Brotherhood would gladly allow one enemy to destroy another, but the Reavers had something to offer - an EMP device that has a devastating effect on electronics, which makes it an effective weapon against the robots. They agreed to give the Brotherhood both a prototype of this weapon and instruction on its workings in exchange for rescue of their four highest-ranking officials: Albert Lamore, Rodger Gaire, Glenda Close and Tobias Peste.

The Reavers rescued by the Brotherhood squad were placed in internment camps. After some time, some of them were allowed to join the Brotherhood.

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Appearances in games

Reavers appear only in Fallout Tactics, where they're opponents, and later allies of the Brotherhood of Steel.



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