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Longneck Lukowski's Cannery

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Longneck Lukowski's Cannery
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Longneck Lukowski's Cannery is a famed cannery on the shore of the Commonwealth.

Background[edit | edit source]

Once famed for its quality potted meats, this cannery was renovated sometime around 2286 by the enterprising Theodore Collins, although the meats he sells have a strange taste and have been making people sick.[1][2] While Collins is hesitant to reveal the source of his meats, a quick trip the basement reveals that he is indeed processing the feral ghouls down there, and selling their rotting meat off to wastelanders.[3]

Layout[edit | edit source]

Exterior[edit | edit source]

In addition to the beached tugboat on the southern dock, the cannery has a staircase on the east wall that leads up to the roof. The only notable thing on the roof is a small Novice-locked office containing an Expert-locked safe.

Interior[edit | edit source]

The cannery opens to Collins' shop, with the meat processing room behind it. To the south are several catwalks, one of which leads north to a foreman's niche on the third floor, which contains a weapons workbench; another catwalk leads south to a cargo lift into the ghoul-infested basement.

The basement begins with two rooms: a carcass storeroom to the west containing a chemistry station, and a boiler room to the north. This room has a busted wall that leads to a sewer system; a set of pipes lead across the collection ditch to a hallway and another pool of sewage. Following this pool, one must descend a staircase into another sewage pool and enter a pipe to the north.

The pipe leads out to another pool with a staircase; the room contains a brick hallway leading south to a large collection chamber, with a stairwell in the back leading up to the catwalks that span above. A hole in the wall past the emergency generator leads back to the boiler room at the entrance of the basement. A catwalk leads to a supply room and workshop with a chained door, which leads out to the main meat processing room.

Inhabitants[edit | edit source]

Notable loot[edit | edit source]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Longneck Lukowski's Cannery appears only in Fallout 4.

References

  1. Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p.333-334: "[4.12] LONGNECK LUKOWSKI'S CANNERY
    Famed for its quality potted meats, this cannery has recently been revitalized by the enterprising Theodore Collins, though the meats he produces have a strange, almost familiar taste."
    (Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)
  2. The Sole Survivor: "What was that in there about people getting sick?"
    Rylee: "Theo got that old cannery up and running 'bout a year or so back and convinced me and some of the other traders to start bringing his cans around. It was all good and well for a while, but in the past couple of months I've had people complain about getting sick after eating it. Don't get me wrong, not like... people dying or anything, just... I don't know. The sales have slumped off and Theo's gotten more uppity."
    (Rylee's dialogue)
  3. Theodore Collins: "Whoa, whoa, it doesn't have be this way. Look, we can run this place together. You look the other way and I'll give you a cut of the profits."
    The Sole Survivor: "So you can feed people ghoul meat?"
    Theodore Collins: "Ghouls are no different than any other dumb animal. They're an untapped food source. What do you say? You help keep this quiet, I run the cannery. We both make a fortune."
    (Theodore Collin's dialogue)