|The following is based on Fallout Shelter or Fallout Shelter Online and some details might contradict canon.|
Walkthrough[edit | edit source]
The building is, as the name suggests, quite high (12 floors) with many rooms. Not all of the rooms are occupied. You will find a fair share of raiders though, their bosses using grenades, with molerats including broodmothers making an appearance as well. On the fifth floor (sixth from the bottom from the basement) you will encounter a pair of radscorpions, while a few deathclaws lurk on the upper floors.
The first three objectives are to eliminate the raiders. The groups will engage in a conversation. The answer doesn't matter, you will always have to fight them. Kill the last boss and the recipe's yours.
You will rely on healing with Stimpacks, so bring plenty, although there is also a decent amount to be found in the various rooms. There are no radioactive enemies though, so RadAway is not needed.
Dialogue[edit | edit source]
|Opening dialogue||Dweller response||Character response|
|You guys looking for something?
Outfits? Certain death? Priceless junk?
|What was the second one again?||Here, let me show you.|
|We're here to retrieve a top secret culinary document.||You're risking life and limb for a recipe? That's kind of sad.|
|We've been sent on another suicide mission by our chef.||Seems like he's got a bone to pick with you...|
|End of the line, Dwellers. This is your final stop.
Whatever possessed you to come to this place?
|We came for the recipe. Hand it over.||Recipe? All I have is this blueprint for weaponized Marinara.|
|I'm pretty sure our chef sent us here to get us killed.||Well, we wouldn't want to disappoint him now, would we?|
|Don't call me Shirley.||Why not? It's a beautiful name.|
|We'd gladly die for a good meal.||Convenient.|
Quest stages[edit | edit source]
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
|The following is based on unverified behind the scenes information and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
- This quest is very likely a reference to the seventies movie The Towering Inferno, featuring Paul Newman and Steve McQueen.
- "Don't call me Shirley" (after hearing "surely") is a reference to the movie "Airplane!"
|End of information based on unverified behind the scenes information.|