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If you're looking to buy or sell, you've come to the right man. The Crimson Caravan Company has the widest selection in the wasteland.

Blake is a merchant and the supply manager at the Crimson Caravan Company in the Mojave Wasteland in 2281.


Blake comes from a town in the NCR called Oak Creek. Oak Creek was once a farming town, but it was taken over by ranchers.[1] Blake says that he didn't want to herd brahmin for the rest of his life, so he signed up with the Crimson Caravan.[2]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character is involved in quests.
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This character is a merchant. Bottle cap 1500-12000
Sells: ammunition, armor, cards, chems, explosives, magazines, misc, weapons and weapon mods



Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Field hand outfit 10mm pistol 5-15 caps, regardless of amount of caps he has in bartering menu medical supplies, if killed prior to the deal with Contreras


  • He appears to carry 40 caps worth of cards every rotation.
  • Every once in a while, Blake will spawn with a high amount of caps. Usually exceeding 12000 and having a few rarer weapons such as the ballistic fist and thermic lance. It is unknown if this is a bug or a random chance. (May happen when returning from Dead Money or resetting the cache.)
  • When the player character first meets Blake, he will have multiple low-level weapons to sell, such as silenced .22 pistols, or recharger rifles. If the Gun Runners portion of You Can Depend on Me is completed, the next time he restocks, he will instead sell weapons such as a Fat Man, missile launchers, miniguns, and other powerful weapons.


Blake appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.


  • PCPC Playstation 3Playstation 3 Xbox 360Xbox 360 Blake normally stands in front of his "store," however he has been known to disappear (or not appear at all). If a careful search of all 3 outbuildings produces no Blake, try visiting the Caravaneer's building (first on the right as the player enters the Crimson Caravan map from fast travel). There may be a crowd of Caravaners standing close together (stuck). The player's entrance should cause them to start moving on their pre-programmed paths again. After the crowd disperses, Blake should be back in his normal position (and the town should appear much more lively). [verified]
  • PCPC Xbox 360Xbox 360 It is possible for certain sections of his inventory to apparently not restock throughout the entire game, such as the aid section. On the PC, you can use console commands to make him restock. Bring up the console, then click on Blake to select him. Type "kill" and he will drop dead when you close the console. Bring up the console again, click on him again, and type "resurrect". When you close the console he will come back to life and have a restocked inventory. [verified]
    • In addition, Blake's caps may never replenish as with his entire inventory. [verified]
  • PCPC Xbox 360Xbox 360 When dismembering Blake's head, two may appear. [verified]
  • Playstation 3Playstation 3 Xbox 360Xbox 360 There is a bug whereby items purchased from Blake in poor condition will be fully repaired in the player character's inventory. There is also a bug whereby if two of the same item are in Blake's inventory in different condition, and the player purchases the poor condition item, it will be the good condition item in the players inventory. The amount of caps removed will be that of the poor condition item. The latter glitch can be used to make unlimited caps. [verified]
  • PCPC Playstation 3Playstation 3 Xbox 360Xbox 360 When buying playing cards from Blake, the game may crash.[verified]
    • Purchasing no more than two cards at a time may prevent this.


  1. Blake: "A little place in the NCR called Oak Creek. Used to be a farming town until it got taken over by ranchers."
    (Blake's dialogue)
  2. Blake: "I didn't want to herd Brahmin for a living, so I signed on with the Crimson Caravan and headed east. Not much to tell, really."
    (Blake's dialogue)