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Fallout-Who Wins?

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1 Fallout-Who Wins? on Sun Jun 05, 2016 3:36 pm



Do y'all think this guy is accurate in his conclusion?

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2 Re: Fallout-Who Wins? on Sun Jun 05, 2016 7:07 pm

Yes. The Legion needs time and generations to destroy the cultural identities of the tribes they've conquered, but both Caesar, his possible replacement, and his murderous legate are all focused on expansion, and it's in everyone's best interest to let them become withered and confused as they continue to expand, just as they've done to the NCR conventionally. For NCR, it's about having new wellsprings of resources in place wherever they choose to expand - sources of nourishment, technology and supplies, and manpower, which Mr. House has strategically denied them by turning it all into a tourist attraction run by the tribes under his enigmatic watchful eye.

If the NCR take the Dam, they have a jumping-off point, but it isn't secure on its own. Access to all the Mojave and New Vegas have to offer in the way of resources and manpower will help keep it fortified, but in the meantime they have to focus on linking up and tightening their circles before thinking about pressing forward - which I would encourage, at least as far as the Legion is concerned.

If Bethesda could grow a pair, we might see something similar further east, maybe more southward. I'm thinking a strong moral government with its own flaws, in conflict with another civilization that takes its cues from the old Confederate States of America(maybe this time around, its the Confederacy that's got the superior firepower and technology).

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