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Lil' Jesus Mordino
Lil' Jesus Mordino
Eh? What are you talkin ab --? (Gets it.) You better get your ass out here, homes, 'fore I take my knife and give you a second smile on that neck of yours.”
Sunburned and marked with scars from acne, Lil' Jesus and his father were once slaves in New Reno. After rising against their masters, the two founded the Mordino crime family, slowly developing their power. Lil' Jesus, due to his father's gradually deteriorating health, is in charge of the day-to-day operations of the family, hiring enforcers, managing drug dealers and pimps, and ensuring that the Mordinos claw their way to the top.
He has a penchant for knives (even owning a custom "Little Jesus") and black leather with tons of chains. As the leader of the Mordinos, he has access to limitless amounts of drugs and prostitutes. He likely makes copious use of them, as his rotted teeth are a major turnoff.
Interactions with the player character
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- If the player talks to him with a knife, combat knife, Ripper or throwing knife in the active item slot, Lil' Jesus will offer to improve their combat skills for $200. This gives +5% to Melee Weapons.
- Female characters with Porn Star or 6 Charisma can instead have sex with Lil' Jesus and gain a double bonus (+10%).
- Deliver Big Jesus's package to Ramirez at the Stables.: Lil' Jesus Mordino can put in a good word with his father to start the Mordino quest arc. The player needs to be male and either have 6 or more Strength or wear at least a suit of combat armor.
- Find out who was responsible for Richard Wright's overdose.: The player can finger him as a suspect (incorrect one).
|Combat leather jacket|
6x Throwing knives
+ x30 10mm JHP
+ x24 10mm AP
Drops on death
Behind the scenes
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- Lil' Jesus Mordino and his father are likely a reference to Lil' Enus and Big Enus Burdett of the Smokey and the Bandit films.
- Fallout 2 cultural references#Tyson, Mike
- Fallout 2 cultural references#Mohammed Ali
Lil' Jesus Mordino appears only in Fallout 2.