Ah, Vault , one of my favorite locations in the Capital Wasteland. What sets it apart is that the vault is filled with a dozen clones of a man named Gary. The clones can only communicate by saying their name, in varying degrees of hostility. But what led to these clones running amok around Vault ? A trip to the Fallout wiki can give us some insight:. On the Vault-Tec computer in the Citadel, the premise of the experiment was explained to study conflict for leadership and power in a vault. The first overseer, Brody Jones,
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Gary was one of the original inhabitants of Vault , and clones of him are the only people left in the vault by Part of a grand cloning experiment that led to a horrific end for the instigators, 54 clones of "Gary" were created, but each began to exhibit psychotic tendencies to the scientists who created them. Eventually they rebelled and took over the Vault completely, and have evolved a complex and subtle series of ways to say "Gary" to convey their emotions. They are deranged and attack anyone that isn't Gary. A holodisk found in the Vault cloning lab, named " Cloning log ," explains that Gary was cloned at least 54 times; all clones exhibited hostility towards non-clones, with each successive clone being more and more violent. It is uncertain why the scientists continued to create homicidal clones or, indeed, why they started. When the Vault scientists started running out of room to store the clones, they planned to destroy some of them to make room for additional test subjects. Apparently the clones objected to this, escaped, and slaughtered the rest of the Vault's inhabitants. It seems most of the Garys either escaped or were killed, as the Vault door is found open upon discovery, and Gary 23 is located far away from the Vault. Curiously, the Gary clones found in Vault use almost entirely different ways of saying "Gary.