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Dean Domino, also credited as the King of Swing, is a famous pre-War lounge singer. He and his orchestra gave performances across the United States and Europe and was invited to play at the Sierra Madre, but found himself in the shadow of the casino's founder, Frederick Sinclair. Soon, Domino found himself consumed with jealousy and he became single-mindedly determined to put Sinclair "in his place" by taking everything from him that he held dear. His final gig was to be at The Tampico, but all that changed when the bombs dropped; Domino survived the apocalypse and the casino's security systems, but refused to let go of the Sierra Madre's treasure, becoming obsessed with it. Slowly ghoulifying, he would spend the next two hundred years plotting his grand heist. This worked into Father Elijah's plans, who snapped a slave collar on the ghoul and forced Domino to crack the vault for him. Although Domino's ability to obtain the treasure may have diminished with this development, his lust for it most certainly has not.