It's been a while since I played through Fallout 4's story, and this is something that's been bugging me for a little bit now. Was there any point to your character being from before the Great War? I can't remember it coming into play in any major way throughout the story. The only time I remember it really coming up was when Piper is interviewing you, and she has no real reaction to it. She's just like, "Oh that's cool, what was that like?" You'd think for such major character trait, this would be a pretty big driving point for the plot. You're a veteran/lawyer from before the world was nuked into oblivion, if anyone found out about that, surely they'd want to have you on their side for your knowledge or military expertise. Am I missing something, or was there a bigger reason for your character being from pre-Great War? Because it feels like Bethesda was just looking for an excuse to do even more 50's stuff.