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Jane (Lucky 38)
|For other characters who appear in the Fallout universe named Jane, see Jane.|
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Mr. House has a lot of needs, sugar. I take care of all of them, and a lady doesn't kiss and tell.”— Jane
Background[edit | edit source]
Jane's neuro-computational matrix is a copy of a woman that Mr. House had known as "one of Mr. House's girls". This Robot Jane keeps Mr. House "entertained" (Most presumably with sexual favors).
Interactions with the player character[edit | edit source]
Interactions overview[edit | edit source]
|This character is involved in quests.|
Quests[edit | edit source]
- Useless Baubles or Fancy Trinkets?: Jane will accept any snow globes that the Courier has in his/her possession.
Effects of player action[edit | edit source]
- Should the Courier kill or disable Mr. House, Jane will no longer be present to buy snow globes but the game may automatically pay the player.
Other interactions[edit | edit source]
- After turning in snow globes to Jane, the globes can be found displayed in the Presidential Suite.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- If the Courier kills or disables Mr. House, and does not kill Jane, she and Victor will both disappear.
- If the Courier upgrades the Securitrons to the Mk II OS, the courier can ask Jane if she has "done something with her hair".
- Even if the Courier kills Jane, they will still receive bottle caps from add-on snow globes, and Sierra Madre Chips for the Sierra Madre snowglobe.
- When talking to Jane about the Three Families, she pronounces the Ultra-Luxe as "loox" instead of "lux" like everyone else.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- Jane is a reference to the 1950s film star Jane Russell.
- Jane Russell began her film career on a film with Howard Hughes, the man Robert House is based upon.
- In real life, Jane Russell was friends with Marilyn Monroe, and was intended to be shown in the game, as seen in the concept art, but ended up being cut.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Jane appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.
Gallery[edit | edit source]