Wasteland 2’s M.A.D. Monks and Fallout 3’s Children of the Atom are blessed with bomb-loving kin.
Are there post-apocalyptic wingnuts that worship a nuclear bomb? I’ve heard that before. The Cult of the Holy Detonation worships a nuclear explosion that is held in stasis. This is a miraculous boom that never goes boom. It is possible that their god could be a power source or weapon. However, a bunch mutant yahoos cannot be trusted with it.
Here is where you are. Wasteland 3’s final narrative expansion takes you to the Cheyenne Mountain compound where the Cult of the Holy Detonation is based. According to developers inXile, “Your squad of Rangers will be tested like never before in objective-based encounters that put a creative spin on the already deeply tactical turn-based combat. To stop an endless tide of dangerous mutants within the bunker, Rangers must shut down reactors, open ventilation systems, and engage in defensive countermeasures.