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The Brotherhood's open aggression along the New Vegas highways troubled Veronica greatly.

Irritated by what she sees as the Brotherhood’s unrealistic and uninformed views of themselves and the world, Veronica is a perpetual outsider caught between her loyalty to the Brotherhood and troubling doubts about the validity of their current course. Because the Brotherhood is not open to outsiders, many of its members felt that it was their duty to procreate and frowned upon same-sex relationships.

Later in dialogue, she laments that both of her parents were killed in the same battle defending a position whose name and significance she no longer remembers, saying, "Guess it seemed important at the time." After following the Brotherhood to the Mojave Wasteland from California, Veronica became disillusioned with their goals.

After completion of Dead Money, the Courier can retrieve Elijah's holomessage from his console in the abandoned Brotherhood of Steel bunker and give it to Veronica, but only after exhausting all of Veronica's dialogue options regarding Father Elijah.

In the same conversation, the Courier can choose to keep the holotape's knowledge instead, gaining the Elijah's Ramblings perk.

Veronica put her moral sensibilities aside and supported the Brotherhood's new campaign of aggression as best she could.

Yet deep down, she understood that it meant their end would surely be soon to follow.

Spawn Cognoscenti Dial "2275550142" on the cell phone.

Note: This phone number translates to "CAR-555-0142". Note: This phone number translates to "CAR-555-0175".

The Mojave Chapter's Elder and her personal mentor, Elijah, had changed the direction of the Brotherhood somewhat by dispatching Scribes to recover beneficial technology instead of just weaponry, but after he abandoned the Brotherhood following their defeat at HELIOS One, his successor, Nolan Mc Namara, upped stakes and holed up in the Hidden Valley bunker, dispatching scouts only to assess the threat posed by the NCR.

She felt that Mc Namara was too much of an isolationist, and by hiding away and hoarding technology instead of using it to win favor with the people of the Wasteland and attract new recruits, he was just going to "wait in a hole for everyone else to die." Veronica felt that if the Brotherhood was to survive, things were going to have to change.

She began to speak up about her beliefs, questioning the direction the Brotherhood was taking.

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