- "America does not falter...America does not wane. It lives on through all people who live a free live and those who fight for their freedom. And fight for freedom, we shall!"
- ―A motivational phrase of the Society
|Society for American Restoration|
|Motto:||'Amor patriae nostra lex' ('Patriotism is our law')|
|Goals:||To live as in the splendor and glory of the once mighty United States of America.|
As more and more communities started appearing in the ruins of Nashville, a steady flow of wastelanders came to the city to find a safe haven. One of these people was a man named Jules Ramayne, a simple being with no grandiose history to speak of, hoping to find a job that would give him food and safety in return. In 2270, the small town where he lived went through a tough period, leaving him without food, water and a home. After wandering around Nashville for a couple of days, begging at homesteads and villages to survive, a ghoul discovered his unconscious body and dragged him to his small home where he nourished him back to health.
When Jules regained consciousness, the ghoul introduced himself as Thomas and offered Jules a permanent place to live, with him. Thomas' house was full of old flags, books and pictures; a collection of goods from before the Great War bolstering Thomas' nostalgic memories to the past. Jules spent numerous evenings listening to the ghoul's mumbling and lecturing, quoted from "the greaaaat leadersssss of the passssst".
Unfortunately for Thomas, it didn't take very long for Jules to realize that ghouls actually were horrible abominations, and that they represented a plague that had to be eradicated, so that the United States could grow strong again. Unable to bring up the courage to do the job himself, he paid a couple of hoodlums to kill the ghoul. Thomas barely managed to survive the attack and found himself locked out of his own home afterwards. Heavily wounded, he hobbled to the Pinnacle where he still lives in 2281. The hoodlums decided to stay with Jules and his fortified home to eventually form the SAR.
Activities & Interests
Being a simple gang in Nashville, the Society doesn't have any kind of agenda, except from mooching about in their headquarters, collecting baubles and gadgets and scaring the hell out of innocent passersby. They also have a small cache of guns, just in case the mutants of the nearby Pinnacle decide to go feral.
MembershipWith a total of 9 members, the Society for American Restoration has no real influence or power in any part of Nashville. It is only because of their constant cheering and drunken ranting through the streets of Nashville that they have been noticed. None of them are very bright and they have to rely on scavenging to get food, as none of them are ever in the mood to find a job and earn some money to buy supplies. The only thing a newling must do to get into the Society, is passing an 'exam' that consists of questions about the Pre-War USA. The results of this test actually never depend on how many correct answers he/she may have filled in. When the gang likes you, you get to join. If not, be prepared for a serious beating.
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