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Jacob (simply called Van Graff thug in-game) was a former guard for the Van Graffs in Freeside.[1]

Background

Jacob was one of many guards employed at the Silver Rush. For a time, he and Gloria Van Graff, his boss and owner of the Silver Rush, were a couple. That was until Gloria found him at Gomorrah employing one of the prostitutes. Afterward, Gloria kidnapped him and kept him in the Silver Rush to then use as a test to show the effectiveness of their energy weapons to Mr. Soren.[2] Jacob was also stealing caps from the Van Graffs. Gloria knew of this but did not punish him until he slept with another woman.[3]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character has no special interactions.

Other interactions

Jacob has no interactions with the player character and is only seen during the Van Graff introduction being executed.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
{{{otheritem}}} Random junk items

Appearances

Jacob appears in Fallout: New Vegas.

Gallery

References

  1. Jean-Baptiste Cutting: "Ha ha, I think he wet himself before he left. That was pretty good making up that part about sleeping with Jacob."
    (Jean-Baptiste Cutting's dialogue)
  2. Gloria Van Graff: "Everything. Up until recently, this man was an employee of mine. He's quite handsome, don't you think? I know I did. We became... close. I warned him that I was a very jealous woman, and he said he understood. Apparently he didn't. Last week, I chanced upon him in Gomorrah, being serviced by one of their two-cap whores. I was not pleased."
    (Gloria Van Graff's dialogue)
  3. Jean-Baptiste Cutting: "Damn it, girl, what has mama always said about tipping the help? I thought this was about him stealing money from us."
    Gloria Van Graff: "He was stealing money, though he could have kept it for all I cared. God knows he earned it."
    (Jean-Baptiste Cutting's dialogue and Gloria Van Graff's dialogue)
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