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Doctor Jain is a former West Tek employee and research colleague of Doctor Edgar Blackburn in Appalachia.

Background

Jain was a college associate of both Dr. Blackburn and Dr. Farha, though he and Blackburn only became familiar with each other after they both went on to work at West Tek. Surviving the Great War, Jain was recruited by Farha to join Blackburn's research efforts on the Forced Evolutionary Virus, convinced of the need to adapt the human race for the hostile conditions of the wasteland.[1][2] When faced with the the immorality of their research, especially their human experimentation, Jain claims that he initially assumed their test subjects to be volunteers and only realized the truth when they had gone too far to stop.[3]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

Interactions
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This character is involved in quests.

The Catalyst

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other items On death

Appearances

Doctor Jain appears only in Fallout 76, introduced in the Steel Reign update.

References

  1. FEV research log #17
  2. Vault Dweller: "How do you know the other scientists?"
    Doctor Farha: "Dr. Blackburn and Dr. Jain were my college associates. They didn't know each other at the time. I met Nellie when she broke through my window to search for scraps. As Wasteland survivors do. She was more interested in my research notes than my leftovers. So I took her in and taught her what I know."
  3. Vault Dweller: "Do you not consider kidnapping and human experimentation to be violence?"
    Doctor Jain: "We were so close to improving the human race as we know it. The world has changed, my friend. How are we to survive if we don't change with it? I never intended to hurt anyone. Dr. Blackburn was in charge of procurement, he told us they were volunteers! It was only later... but by then..."