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Discussion in 'General Fallout Discussion' started by SiriusShenanigans, Jun 27, 2018.
Father Elijah comes as a distant second.
Father Elijahs not even remotely interesting, what are you talking about?
Dunno, Elijah is quite interesting as a stand alone villain, given the magnitude and grandiosity of his plans. He's the the prototype of the archetypal mad scientist. In a way.
However not crediting the Enclave is a mistake in my opinion, if not for the aesthetics of the group, at least for what it represents.
They were the first, and they arose from the aftermath of the great war. They were B-movie monsters created by the mysterious atomic nuclear effects, and they wanted to transform humanity into ugly green monsters...—and then you find that they truly believed they were right; attempting to save humanity for its own good...and then genuine shock and remorse upon discovering that it was always a pipe-dream, and the sacrifices (both personal and ethical) were entirely for naught.
He was an interesting enough character, but I'm not sure if he holds that rank.