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Mangled head.

It should be noted on the page that the reward for completing three-card bounty is greatly reduced if Cook-Cook's head is mangled. Just because it is obtainable in mangled form does not mean that it is suitable to return. IMO the article doesn't clarify this. This also applies to the quest related article, to a degree.

Cook-Cook = Cooke?

Talking to Meyers at the NCRCF, you find that the riot at the prison was started by a guy named Cooke, a violent Anti-NCR nutbag who then went North to stir up trouble. Is Cooke Cook-Cook? Monkoii 14:06, November 1, 2010 (UTC)

Monkoii read Samuel Cooke and kept his absurd notions to himself. Monkoii 16:25, November 3, 2010 (UTC)

Slave Trade?

Where does the information that Cook-Cook dabbles in the slave trade come from? I have spoken with Saint James and did not come across a dialog option to talk about Cook-Cook or slaves, and Cook-Cook is hostile. So where did this info come from? 00:37, November 17, 2010 (UTC)Pulsar

I tracked it down and created the appropriate page: Dermot's ledger. --Kris User Hola.jpg 00:55, November 17, 2010 (UTC)

Pretty Sarah description

" ... Pretty Sarah, who was raped in every way possible ..."

WTF? Is that really necessary?

Yeah, seriously, the "in every way possible..." isn't really necessary. 06:57, December 12, 2010 (UTC)

That would imply an extended captivity. Where in the game did you hear this "in every way posible..." tidbit? --TJbrena 20:21, February 15, 2011 (UTC)

Marco, in front of the Casa Madrid, actually says that she was raped in "every possible way".

It wouldn't imply extended captivity, really. Perhaps the act was prolongued, but it certainly doesn't mean she was stuck with him for some time. Just enough to get raped, burnt and left for dead. Nov 5 - Some ne-er-do-well

Cook-Cook's armaments

In my save, Cook-Cook was using a flamer instead of the incinerator the article lists him as having. Should the article be changed to reflect this?-- 14:56, January 8, 2011 (UTC)

He uses both, depending on what range he's at. I'll make a slight adjustment to refer to flames instead of the incinerator --Nicky NV 02:46, January 28, 2011 (UTC)

Where does he hang around?

Where does Cook-Cook hang around? I killed him, but I can't remember where. I didn't know he was a quest dude. Is it possible that he was in Vault 3? Or does he just stay in that building near Queenie the cow? Snooldex 10:36, January 28, 2011 (UTC)

I figured it out. The answer is, "use your pipboy". I wonder why I keep forgetting that? Snooldex 00:01, January 29, 2011 (UTC)


I bet Queenie is his favorite brahmin because he humps her, anyone else think so? Caligula668 05:55, May 6, 2011 (UTC)

Yes, oh finally, yes. I have been thinking that since the moment i saw the two. A flamer-wielding, psychopathic rapist whom buys child slaves from West Vegas prospectors is -bound- to have dabbled in zoophilia. Any denyings of my statement will result in me ignoring it in a childish manner. -- 21:42, June 13, 2011 (UTC)Anonymous 2

It crossed my mind the second I saw the frenzied state. He's got to have something to have fun with when everyone else is dead or on fire. Perhaps Queenie has a nice feel compared to the others. Perhaps he likes to manhandle them udders as he does the deed..

9 Intelligence?

Really that guy is supposed to be genius? Haha funny

You don't know very much about psychopaths, do you? They're incredibly intelligent people more often than not, for starters.


Did anyone else realize that the picture of Cook-Cook in action at the bottom is just him in an unarmed stance and a flamer pasted over top?--General Darkstar 15:24, July 2, 2011 (UTC)