My son Alexander alerted me to this. . . . A bit odd . . . pure coincidence? Do I consider it a flattery of sorts--as in I'm perceived in some corner a potential threat enough to attempt to smear and take out early? I doubt it . . . but it is a tad eyebrow raising nonetheless. . . .
"Fallout 4" is a new role playing game set in a scenario of a future, post-apocalyptic Boston USA.
The scene is set in the "Sanctuary Hills" (perhaps lets note that in my early writings and talking about an apocalyptic America . . . including in my KTL story I posted online for a time . . . it was all about considering setting a survivors' refuge . . . a remnant type camp . . . a sanctuary of sorts. . . .
Somewhere in the playing of the game you will come across the "Pillars of the Community" . . . which is a religious cult set up by . . . wait for it . . . "Brother Thomas" the cult leader. And he is, of course, a scoundrel--a Jim Jones-ish kind of guy almost. . . . A charlatan.
Associated with Brother Thomas is a character named "Jack" who is looking for his missing sister (btw, the main plot line in my KTL apocalyptic story was that I was looking for my missing son Alexander). . . . Al thought that "Jack" was "Brother Thomas'" son in the game but I haven't been able to confirm that. But they ARE for sure closely involved with each other re the game plotline arch. . . .
Jacks sister is Emogene . . . whose name contains letters that would spell "Meg". . . .
Anyway . . . it may just be a weird synchronicity/coincidence. . . . But I can't help but notice that if I were to ever gain a wider recognition for my spiritual/religious writings ie., in publishing or appearances publicly at some point . . . this character in Fallout 4 would at least bear some interesting "fallout" connected to me in, ie., google searches and blurring of profiles . . . so-to-speak. . . .