Discussion in 'Factions & Alliances' started by The Cazador, Jul 26, 2016.
Didn't know the Nomads were a canon faction.
Added. Thanks for picking that one up. I knew I had left out maybe one or two, but that's 4 total so far so I bet there are probably a couple more I'm missing.
Honestly, I didn't even knew they existed until another member in shoutbox linked the page. Glad they did.
Isn't The Courier technically a cannon faction?
You should probably add Mars to the religions and in brackets put ( Caesar's Legion )
Actually that's wrong, the legion worship me as the son of mars, I'm pretty much the religion as seen in the wiki page
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 or the Hangdogs). 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. Caesar's Legion, composed of reconditioned tribals, believes in the divinity of Caesar as the son of Mars.
When I get my hands on this, I'm gonna have a blast!
The Cult of Mars is also a Religion, worshipped by members of Caesar's Legion
A children of the cathedral faction in NV:MP. That would be hard to imagine.
Arroyo Tribals. If the Children of the Cathedral are in that list... The Mojave Express is technically a faction. Master's Army too.
You don't get to crucify people and then claim virtue by breaking your own rules.
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