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Caleb was born in 2245 and was a slave until he escaped in 2269. During his time as a slave, his master taught him the art of stone cutting. When he ran away from his master, he fell into a band of raiders. Once he heard about Hannibal Hamlin and the Temple of the Union however, he promptly left the raiders and joined Hannibal. He is the first of Hannibal's followers and uses the skills he learned from his master to restore any stone structure Hannibal asks of him. Caleb prefers to use melee weapons but knows his way around guns.
Caleb is a member of the Temple of the Union and will defend it and the people in it with his life.
Caleb can always be found at the Temple of the Union. When the escaped slaves are moved to Lincoln Memorial he will be found there working to restore the memorial, as it is the new location of the Union.
Interactions with the player character
|This character is essential. Essential characters cannot be killed.|
|This character drops an ear when killed (Contract Killer).|
|This character drops a finger when killed (Lawbringer).|
|This character can be enslaved with the Mesmetron.|
|This character is a temporary companion.|
|This character is a permanent companion.|
|This character is a doctor.|
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|This character is involved in quests.|
- Head of State: Caleb needs a picture of the Lincoln Memorial to further his efforts of reconstructing the statue. In addition, he can provide information about the Temple of the Union, himself or the Lincoln Memorial once the proper stage of the quest Head of State has been reached. Caleb will put Lincoln's head back on the statue if the former slaves move in to the Lincoln Memorial.
|Sledgehammer||Temple of the Union key
Caleb Smith appears only in Fallout 3.
Behind the scenes
Caleb Smith is a reference to Caleb Blood Smith who was an American journalist and politician, serving in the cabinet of Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War.