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This is A Quick Fix. I mean, that's the name of our shop. Paulie and mine that is. My name is Cindy. Cindy Cantelli.”— Cindy Cantelli, Fallout 3.
Cindy Cantelli is the proprietor of A Quick Fix in Fallout 3..
Cindy's husband Paulie Cantelli is a chem addict, and she runs the shop herself to avoid him using up their entire stock to get high. Despite her acknowledgment of Paulie's issue, she makes no effort to help him (nor does anyone else in Rivet City). If she dies, Paulie will begin running the shop. If Paulie dies, she will say "Thank God!"
She is the wife of Paulie Cantelli.
She can be found at A Quick Fix during the markets business hours. She eats her lunch in the market and when she isn't doing this she can be found sleeping in her bed.
Interactions with the player character
|This character can be enslaved with the Mesmetron.|
|This character is a merchant.||Caps: 335|
|Ammunition||Armor and clothing||Drugs and edibles||Weapons||Misc|
|none||none||Ant queen pheromones,
|Cantelli's room key|
Drops on death
Cindy Cantelli appears only in Fallout 3.
- Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.66: "Cindy Cantelli
Cindy runs A Quick Fix, which sells Chems. Cindy has given up on her addict husband, Paulie Cantelli. They go through the tired motions of a marriage without really interacting with each other. She never uses Chems herself, although she has no problem selling them to others. She has what is called a convenient morality. Currently she has a crush on Bannon but has not gotten up the courage to approach him. However, since he is a regular churchgoer, she is there every Sunday, sitting as close to him as possible."
(Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition Wasteland Census)