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Graham’s Meat-Cook from Fallout 76

A post apocalyptic wasteland isn’t the ideal spot for a summer barbecue. But when a friendly super mutant shows up and offers big rewards for hosting the best barbecue this side of the Appalachians, you give it your all. It doesn’t hurt that the rewards include some sweet looks for your next summer cook out.

There are a couple of ways to style the reward you get from Graham. You can rock the cleaner look with a black “Fancy Chef’s Hat” and “Grillmaster” outfit complete with a white button down cuffed at the elbows, a black bow tie, a clean white apron, black slacks, and black shoes.

Or if you want a grittier look you can for the Bloody Chef’s hat and a bloody apron over your button down and slacks. Just take the fake blood spray to one chef’s hat and one apron.

In both cases you’ll want a couple of handy cleavers and you can even paint your own meat week flag using fabric paint, a blank white flag, and the picture above as a guide. After all, you can’t be too prepared in the world of Fallout.

Fargoth from The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

“I have a feeling you and I are going to become very close…” Fargoth, among other things, is the first NPC you’ll encounter after leaving the Census and Excise building in Seyda Neen. Watch out for that annoying Hrisskar Flat-Foot who enjoys shaking you down, perhaps a little too much. You’ve only got 300 gold coins to your name and you’d better keep an eye on them. Maybe you’ll even get your Engraved Ring of Healing back one day. A good tailor will be able to hem the sleeves of that tunic so it matches nicely.

M’aiq the Liar from Skyrim

A nomadic member of the lion-esque Khajiit race in the internationally popular video game series Elder Scrolls, M’aiq is a witty, cheeky cat that loves to chat. Players randomly discover him along the road, doling out misinformation on a range of topics from nudity to profundity. The game creators originally added M’aiq as an easter egg to add commentary about the series, and he has been in Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim and Elder Scrolls Online. This guide is for his Skyrim outfit, which looks like a cross between Shaolin and Christian monks.

Benny from Fallout: New Vegas

Benny is one of the main villains of the Obsidian Entertainment action role-playing video game Fallout: New Vegas. He first appears in the opening cutscene, shooting the player Courier in the head and stealing his Platinum Chip. When Courier recovers, he makes it his duty to get revenge from Benny, eventually stumbling upon a conspiracy surrounding the city of New Vegas, where his Platinum Chip is the key to an upcoming war for Hoover Dam between the New California Republic and Caesar’s Legion.

Joshua Graham from Fallout: New Vegas

Joshua Graham, also known as The Burned Man, is an important character in Fallout: New Vegas. He is a Mormon missionary, co-founder of Caesar’s Legion, and its first Legate. After surviving an accident leaving his body burned, he becomes the leader of the Dead Horses. He assists The Courier (the player) through the campaign of the expansion pack Honest Hearts.

Vault Boy

Vault Boy is the mascot character of the Vault-Tec corporation within the Fallout universe, appearing in their adverts, manuals, products and training films as well as the icon of the Fallout series in general. Always chipper with a wink and a thumbs up, Vault Boy is your guide to the apocalypse.

The Final Pam

In Polygon’s video series Monster Factory, Griffin and Justin McElroy create the harbinger of a second apocalypse, the Final Pam, in Fallout 4.

Vault Dweller

In Fallout, vault dwellers are people who inhabit Vault-Tec Vaults. As the main character, he is famous for defeating the Master and his super mutant army, helping Shady Sands grow into the New California Republic, founding the small village of Arroyo and fathering its Elder.