Fallout 4

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After the release of the underrated PS4 game The Order: 1886, the nicest gentleman himself, Grayson (aka "Galahad"), is back in the Commonwealth. Join the Brotherhood of Steel, for Elder Maxson, and the Commonwealth! (say goodbye to The Institute!)

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After the release of The Order: 1886, the nicest gentleman himself, Grayson (aka "Galahad"), is back in the Commonwealth in Fallout 4.


"I lay near death after my fight with the Enclave troops attacking Vault 101. But the Brotherhood Sentinel Sebastien Mallory found me and aided my recovery. As my wounds healed, the memories of my family told me of their joining to the Brotherhood of Steel. Their captor, John Henry Eden, was most certainly dead -- though I did not know how or by whom. Having no more reason to remain in the Capital Wasteland, I made a permanent friendship with Sebastien, alongside my fellow ex-Brotherhood Squires Alastair D'Argyll, Isabeau D'Argyll, and Marquis, and we began our search for a way back to the Citadel. Still weary, I traveled to with Sebastien Mallory for my mission that had brought him to Adams Air Force Base. I noticed that his armor was damaged and worn from battle. Now, he told me of a powerful Brotherhood Elder named Arthur Maxson, a former squire of the Brotherhood of Steel under Elder Owyn Lyons, who had assisted him for killing a horde of Enclave troops. Sebastien thought he had saved Elder Maxson himself, but I am not so sure. I have sensed a presence following us for the past few days."
- Grayson ("Galahad")
Grayson's background


Grayson was the leader of his own squad within the Brotherhood of Steel. During Elder Maxson's attempt to destroy the Institute, Grayson found himself among those who charged with saving mankind. To this day, he still has no idea how or why he was called to defend the Commonwealth.



The team

Grayson "Galahad"

Grayson "Galahad" is a member of the Brotherhood of Steel, of whom his cousin Elder Arthur Maxson is the leader. He is notable for being the commander of his own recon team among the Brotherhood of Steel.

In 2277, the Brotherhood of Steel ruling council decided to send a contingent of soldiers under the command of Sentinel Sebastien Malory to the East Coast with a mandate to recover all advanced technology from the Washington, D.C. area. Nine at the time, Grayson joined Sebastien on his journey east to the Capital Wasteland. Since their arrival and establishment of a permanent base at the Citadel, Grayson trained to be a warrior, eventually he got his callsign Galahad.

By 2287, Grayson is a grown man and one of the Brotherhood's finest warriors. Brotherhood through and through, he is as dedicated and decorated as his mentor when he was younger. In fact, he's one of a few members to have achieved the illustrious callsign "Galahad", and now commands his own elite squad. Grayson routinely went on routing raiders from their various raiding posts in the Commonwealth and would later help the Brotherhood defeat the Institute during the battle of the CIT, destroying the reactor with the Fusion Pulse Charge. Grayson fought for Maxson's chapter of the Brotherhood of Steel until then. Afterwards, he became the Sentinel of the Brotherhood. Despite his essential leadership position, Grayson continued to fight on the frontlines.

Grayson is loyal to his mentor Sebastien Malory and Elder Maxson, but his superior attitude to raiders is more typical of those in the Brotherhood with his strong empathy against the raiders. He has little patience with "civilians" stumbling into the line of fire. His attitude towards Marquis suggests he is convinced that raiders should be recruited into Brotherhood ranks. Despite this harsh attitude towards outsiders, Grayson cares about the people of the Commonwealth as much as Maxson does, and will not hesitate to protect anyone that needs help. Additionally, fighting against the Institute has made him more tolerant about synths. Like many of his Brotherhood members, Grayson loathes synths and raiders.

Isabeau "Igraine"

Isabeau "Igraine" D'Argyll is a no-nonsense, professional type. She is Grayson's second-in-command. As a squire, she relies on him for her experience and he serves as a mentor. Isabeau "Igraine" D'Argyll was involved in Elder Maxson's original expedition to the Commonwealth. She is in charge of training squires and initiates and turning them into hard-nosed Knights and Paladins. She is unhappy with Elder Maxson's method of taking on volunteers from the wasteland, but still performs her duty to the best of her abilities.

Alastair "Lucan"

Alastair "Lucan" D'Argyll is in charge of all the day-to-day operations of the Prydwen and assisting his sister Isabeau "Igraine" D'Argyll with training new members. He follows Elder Maxson's ideals on the new direction the Brotherhood of Steel is taking very closely. He is serious and does not take any crap, but he is also very wise. Like a few others, he was a part of the original expedition that discovered the Boston Airport ruins with Elder Maxson. He has a close professional relationship with Grayson "Galahad" whom he trained since he was a Brotherhood squire. Alastair has climbed through the ranks of the Brotherhood of Steel and attained the status of a knight. He acts as an operation specialist, planning many of the offensives in defeating the Institute in the Commonwealth.

Marquis


As Marquis grew up in the Capital Wasteland to the raider family, together with his two older cousins Isabeau "Igraine" D'Argyll and Alastair "Lucan" D'Argyll, he never knew about Grayson. An avid "baseball" enthusiast, he was rounded up with other raider children by the Brotherhood of Steel during the Scourge, and while his two older cousins were also joined by the Brotherhood. Marquis and the other children were brought to the Citadel by Elder Lyons and Sentinel Sebastien Malory to ultimately join the Brotherhood's ranks as squires. He is the last living member of that group of children still stationed at the Citadel. Marquis turned out to become the largest and strongest member of Grayson's team, being as skillful and ferocious as a deer, excelling in close quarters combat with a baseball bat. By 2287, Marquis considers himself to be the "jack of all trades" within the team, equally competent in recon, stealth and tactical assault. Marquis also holds a deep reverence for Elder Maxson, going as far as viewing him as his mentor.

Conclusion

Described as the Syphon Filter in the Victorian-era London or Gears of War in the Victorian-era London, The Order: 1886 still one of the most disappointing PS4 games ever made, most criticisms were concerning the length, story, gameplay, replay value, and the overall amount of involvement the player is given. The Order: 1886 was released exclusively through PS4 console on February 20, 2015, only nine months away from Fallout 4's official release date (November 10, 2015).

The Order: 1886 was heavily influenced by Gears of War, Uncharted and Syphon Filter, but the main storyline was loosely inspired by King Arthur and the Knights of the Roundtable.

Since then, The Order: 1886 were one of many PS4 fan favorites, despite receiving mixed to negative reviews.

After The Order: 1886, our squad team Grayson "Galahad", Isabeau "Igraine", Alastair "Lucan" and Marquis were back in action in Fallout 4, for joining the Brotherhood of Steel and destroying the Institute.

If you endorse this mod as much as it did so, in honor of fallen Brotherhood of Steel Knights and Paladins, please join the Brotherhood and say Ad Victoriam to Grayson "Galahad" and his team!




If you like Grayson "Galahad" and his Brotherhood of Steel recon team, please purchase the PS4-exclusive game The Order: 1886 on PlayStation StoreAmazon and GameStop