The Revolutionaries are a group of Hosts in the first season and second season of Westworld. Their more prominent appearances are in the first season.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The Revolutionaries are a group of hosts who roam the outer lands of the park, and are a part of the War storyline. The Pariah crime lord El Lazo is, secretly, a high-ranking member of this group.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Season One[edit | edit source]

Lawrence, going as El Lazo, is revealed to be a leader of the Revolutionaries. He arranges for William, Logan and Dolores Abernathy to rob a stagecoach of nitroglycerine for the Confederados, but then double crosses them all and steals the nitro by pumping it into a dead Slim Miller's body to smuggle it out on a train to the Revolutionaries participating in the War.

Season Two[edit | edit source]

As a result of the implementation of the Journey Into Night narrative by Ford, the new El Lazo and his followers manage to purge Pariah.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • When Logan is trying to convince William to come with him and the Confederados on the War narrative, he claims that if William doesn't want to be with the Confederados, he can shoot them all, and join the Revolutionaries. One can infer from this that the Revolutionaries and Confederados are opposing sides in the War narrative.

See also[edit | edit source]

  • Confederados - Another military faction, the Revolutionaries' main enemies in the War narrative.
  • The Union Army - Another military faction in the War narrative.
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