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Hey, did you know that I'm going to marry Junior Smith when I'm old enough? I know, he doesn't like girls now, but mommy says that he'll come around.”— Jenny Wilson, Fallout 3.
Jenny Wilson is the daughter of Bill Wilson and Martha Wilson in Andale in Fallout 3.
According to Harris Smith, Jenny is the result of incest. Her parents, Bill and Martha Wilson, are brother and sister. According to Andale residents, she was supposed to marry her cousin Junior Smith when she grew older.
Interactions with the player character
|This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed.|
|This character is involved in quests.|
- Our Little Secret: If the Lone Wanderer decides to cooperate with the families and keep their secret, Jenny stays with her family. If the Lone Wanderer decides to free the town of its residents (excluding Old Man Harris), Jenny and Junior Smith will go to live with Old Man Harris who expresses delight to the Lone Wanderer.
|Dirty pre-War kid's outfit|
Drops on death
- When spoken to, Jenny will speak to the player in short statements, however dialogue choices will be non-existent, (similar to conversation with C.J. Young at Rivet City) except in some rare cases where dialogue can be opened, however Jenny's responses will be without voice. Here, the only way to know what she is saying will be to read subtitles. This suggests her dialogue was meant to be cut from the game.
- Like Junior, she is unaware of the moral atrocities being committed at the town.
Jenny Wilson appears only in Fallout 3.
- Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.78: "Jenny Wilson
Jenny is Bill Wilson's daughter. Her parents are pleased that she and neighbor Junior Smith seem to get along so well!"
(Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition Wasteland Census)