Scribe Jameson oversees the archives in the Citadel and is charged with protecting the whole of the Brotherhood's knowledge. More importantly, she keeps the scrolls that record the deeds of all Brotherhood members.
Scribe Jameson can be found working in the archives area of the A ring at the Citadel, when she is not sleeping.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
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- Collecting Holotags: Any Brotherhood of Steel holotags found can be handed over to her, and she will reward the Lone Wanderer with 100 caps and 25 experience for each tag. She also says she will give something "more interesting" every now and then, mentioning "advanced tech," but she never does.
- When asked about super mutants, Jameson is a source of confirmation of the general events of Fallout Tactics.
- She also goes into significant detail on the inner workings of the Brotherhood, explaining the different orders, how the chain of command works, etc.
- When asked about the Enclave, she says almost nothing, stating they're "not worth discussing" and hoping soon "we won't have to think about them at all."
- "Have you? It saddens me to hear of my fallen brethren, but their names and deeds shall be records. Tell me, how many have you found?"
- "If we value the pursuit of knowledge, we must be free to follow wherever that search may lead us." I found that in an ancient book. The words of wisdom of one of the greatest men of the former civilization."
- "Which is why I must now ask you for your help. Each Brother wears a Holotag like the one you found. Should you find any of the fallen Brethren in the field, I ask that you return their tags to me, so that I might record their deeds in the scrolls."
Scribe Jameson appears only in Fallout 3.
Behind the scenesEdit
Scribe Jameson will sometimes quote "If we value the pursuit of knowledge, we must be free to follow wherever that search may lead us." This quote is by Adlai E. Stevenson Jr., from a speech at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 8, 1952. Stevenson (1900 - 1965) was a US diplomat & Democratic politician.