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Let me introduce myself. I am Gary Staley gourmet chef and gourmand. I'll be preparing your meal.

Gary Staley is a food trader and owner Gary's Galley who lives in Rivet City in Fallout 3.

Background

Staley refers to himself as "gourmet chef" and "gourmand," with his specialty being Mirelurk Cakes.[1] According to Doctor Preston, Staley suffers from exhaustion and needs to take a rest at some point.[2]

Publications

The owner and proprietor of Gary’s Galley, 50-year-old Gary considers himself a gourmet chef, but his restaurant serves little more than scavenged canned food and some fruits and vegetables (though occasionally he obtains some really high-quality produce from the Hydroponics Bay, which he sells at exorbitant prices). He loves his 16-year-old daughter, Angela, and she loves him, but he neglects her in favor of the restaurant.Wasteland Census

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is a merchant.
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This character drops an ear upon death (Contract Killer).

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Wasteland Settler Outfit Knife Staley's room key
2 Tin Cans
Staley's key1

1 Only if Angela is also dead.

Appearances

Staley appears in Fallout 3.

References

  1. Gary Staley: "Let me introduce myself. I am Gary Staley gourmet chef and gourmand. I'll be preparing your meal. My specialty is Mirelurk Cakes. Although the iguana is very popular too."
    (Gary Staley's dialogue)
  2. Rivet City terminal entries; Rivet City Clinic patient data system, Patient Files
Publications
  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p. 74: "Gary Staley: The owner and proprietor of Gary's Galley, 50-year-old Gary considers himself a gourmet chef, but his restaurant serves little more than scavenged canned food and some fruits and vegetables (though occasionally he obtains some really high-quality produce from the Hydroponics Bay, which he sells at exorbitant prices). He loves his 16-year-old daughter, Angela, and she loves him, but he neglects her in favor of the restaurant."
    (Wasteland Census)