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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
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
|This character is involved in quests.|
- Useless Baubles or Fancy Trinkets?: Jane will accept any snow globes that the Courier has in his/her possession.
Effects of player action
- 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.
- After turning in snow globes to Jane, the globes can be found displayed in the Presidential Suite.
- 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
- 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.
Jane appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.