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Henry Cooke is the owner and barkeeper of the Colonial Taphouse and an Institute SRB informant for fugitive synths, living in his house in Diamond City's upper stands in 2287. Often going by his last name, Cooke is also an associate of chem trafficker Marowski.
Cooke is the bartender of the up-scale Colonial Taphouse bar in Diamond City, favored by the city's wealthier upper stands residents. The establishment is the primary competitor of the Dugout Inn, frequented by the city's working-class citizens. He is known to be in a relationship to Darcy Pembroke, even though she is already married and has a son. Darcy's husband Paul often gets into fights with Henry Cooke over her affair with him.
Henry is also an associate of chem trafficker Marowski, assisting him and Nelson Latimer in an operation to smuggle drugs into Diamond City in order to circumvent the hefty taxes passed on chems in the city by Mayor McDonough.
In spite of all the synth paranoia and anti-Institute propaganda that circulates through the streets of Diamond City following the Broken Mask incident, Henry Cooke is one of the few residents of the city that (secretly) has connections to the mysterious scientific organization; feeding information to the Synth Retention Bureau on the whereabouts of fugitive Gen-3's, in return for caps.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
|Apparel||Weapon||Other items||On death|
|Patched three-piece suit
|Double-barrel shotgun||Cooke residence key||Cooke's note|
If the story line progresses to where Cooke leaves, and you follow him, you will eventually find him settling in Bunker Hill. He walks in and takes a seat on a chair. No matter how long you wait, he does not move from that chair. However he doesn't remain there, as the game deletes the character after a fast travel.
Henry Cooke appears only in Fallout 4.