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|“||By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. Remember, O Lord, The Children of Edom in the day of Jerusalem who said, "Raze it, raze it, even to the foundation." O daughter of Babylon, who art to be destroyed. How happy shall he be, that rewardeth thee as thou hast served us. Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones.||”|
—Joshua Graham, reciting Psalm 137:1, 7-9 from the King James Bible
2247年，小队拜访了黑脚部落。不知道是被部落设计还是格雷汉姆翻译出了差错。总而言之，小队被软禁了。此时，黑脚正于其他七个部落交战，一场必败之战。不甘于随黑脚陪葬的夏罗不顾卡尔霍恩的反对，利用他的知识向缺乏战略能力的黑脚部落传授战争知识 - 向他们展示如何清洁维护枪械 - 演练小队战术 - 自制炸药 - 以及指挥他们在战略上先击破最弱的敌人；“divide et impera” - 分而破之。黑脚族对他叹为观止，并将他选为领袖，从此 - 他自封为：“凯撒”。
尽管算是获得了自由，约书亚.格雷汉姆还是愿意留下为凯撒担当翻译。然而很快翻译工作变成了指挥工作，以至指挥战争 - 训练 - 威压。而卡尔霍恩则被送返追随者，报告凯撒的所为。最终，七个部落或被毁灭，或加入了凯撒的军队。凯撒与格雷汉姆将被征服或降服的部落整编为凯撒军团，而格雷汉姆则成为了首位军团特使。
格雷汉姆从来不是个特别出色的战略家，他的战术运用也不算灵活，他的威压和残忍臭名昭著：他的残暴之举使人们对他深感恐惧 - 无论是敌是友。他即危险又难以捉摸，而真正让他声名在外的，是他的命硬，仿佛他是杀不死的一般。。。游騎兵也拿他没办法：第一侦察营至少五次报告了他的死讯。
格雷汉姆的失败令凯撒狂怒，令他个人对此负全责，并下令将他处决。军团特使被禁军守卫浇上沥青，点火后被扔下了大峡谷 - 作为一个警示：军团不会容忍失败，哪怕你位及人臣。
|“||After the Legion lost the Battle of Hoover Dam, Caesar had his legate, Joshua Graham, covered in pitch, set on fire, and thrown into the Grand Canyon. Superstitious legionaries and tribals believe he lives on as the Burned Man.||”|
由于凯撒急切的希望制他于死地，他的回归令摩门城面临不可避免的灭顶之灾。2281年，白腿部落在凯撒授命下毁灭了这座城市，将居民屠戮怠尽。丹尼尔与格雷汉姆带领30名幸存者逃至锡安峡谷，在那里他们和当地部落一起定居下来。由于继续受到白腿部落的追逐，格雷汉姆决心要保卫峡谷，他成为了死马部落的酋长，希望能集结他们对抗白腿，如同多年前凯撒集合黑脚对抗敌对部落一样。格雷汉姆也希望在击败敌对部落以报新伽南之仇的同时，能为他的过往赎罪。尽管曾经想凯撒效忠，被焚者对于NCR联手并无憎恶之意。对他来说，NCR是可以被挽救的，人心的贪婪是大战爆发的根源，只有通过对上帝的信仰 - 祈祷 - 真诚的仁义之举，人类才有希望避免历史再次重演。
He also has a dim opinion of Mr. House, seeing him as another Caesar; a man who rallied together his own set of tribes using his own methods to assume domination over others.
<section begin="CXPortalFeaturedArticle" /> 约书亚.格雷汉姆 (當時他的稱號是「絞刑人」)最初出现在范布伦计划中，在此版本中他将是一个可招募的队友，也是数据上最优秀的队友，不过从某些方面来说他很邪恶，而且会让主角的游戏过程充满麻烦。He was intended to be a "jinxed" non-player character, like the pariah dog. <section end="CXPortalFeaturedArticle" />
約書亞·格拉漢姆因攻打阿拉德什要塞慘敗，在Fort Abandon被處以絞刑，而主角囚徒可以把他救下，he Hanged Man would tag along with the Prisoner. He was wrapped from head to toe in bandages as he had been burned all over his entire body. Save for the fact that he had a connection to Caesar's Legion and was particularly ticked off at them, he would not provide many details about himself.
Rescuing the Hanged Man would cause all the tribals in the region to be angry with the Prisoner as the tribals would blame him for future crimes committed by the Hanged Man. In addition, 當地人對他非常厭惡，絞刑人會 try to butcher any Twin Mothers tribals he could find. Having him in the party would make dealing with tribals and some towns extremely difficult.
The Hanged Man would not enter New Canaan. Upon arrival, he would initiate dialogue with the Prisoner and tell him/her that he had something to take care of, offering to meet at Burham Springs later on. Bishop Mordecai would be able to reveal some details about him.
Upon entering Burham Springs, the Hanged Man might quote 2 Chronicles 28. The Hanged Man would laughingly refuse to drop his weapons if commanded to by Phil, possibly even inciting Phil to open fire on the party. It would be very difficult for the Prisoner to defuse the situation.
初次和格雷汉姆对话时，他会说你“。。不是他预料中的那个邮差。。” 随后又说：“。。话说回来，那个家伙不会跟着商队来的。” 暗示他预料中的那个邮差是尤利西斯- 军团派来的刺客。
- Arrival at Zion: The player must speak with Graham to complete the quest.
- Chaos in Zion: Killing Joshua Graham (or another storyline-essential character) will start this quest.
- Civilized Man's Burden: Joshua may be asked of his opinion on Follow's-Chalk leaving the tribe and exploring the civilized lands.
- Flight from Zion, Crush the White Legs: During the final quests in Honest Hearts, Graham will become a temporary companion to the Courier.
- Gone Fishin', Roadside Attraction, Tourist Trap: After speaking to him, he will instruct the Courier to collect items to supply to the Sorrows.
- The Grand Staircase: After having obtained the map of the Grand Staircase, the Courier may give it to either Joshua or Daniel.
|Joshua Graham's armor
Joshua Graham's headwrap
|A Light Shining in Darkness
Joshua's Pistol Whippin' .45
- Joshua, along with Calhoun and Caesar, appears on the back of the Legion Denarius.
- Despite claiming that he accepts all forms of currency (in his words, "even Legion coin") you cannot sell Legion Denarii to him.
- Joshua Graham is an expert with the .45 Auto pistol (from the tradition in New Canaan), and possesses a unique model, which can be obtained without killing him.
- He is also a master with melee weapons and uses the butt end of his unique .45 Auto pistol as a powerful melee weapon.
- In-game, Joshua's bandages cover most of his face, and despite being horrifically burned, the flesh around his eyes appears slightly grey and his eyebrows appear to have been able to regrow fine.
- A Legion affiliated Courier can confront Graham and ask him what would happen if Caesar is to be aware of his survival. He simply says even if he were to be killed, Caesar will not acknowledge his death in order to avoid admitting failure in killing Graham.
- If the Courier has killed Caesar, they will have a dialogue option to tell Graham that Caesar is dead. He does not give much of a reaction, but notes his surprise that Caesar died before he did and gives his opinion about the future of the Legion. He believes that Legate Lanius is not capable in leading the Legion in the long run and states it has died alongside with Caesar.
- Similar to Father Elijah and his holographic avatar image, Joshua Graham has a slightly different in-game appearance when compared to the Honest Hearts cover art. In the game, he has pale blue eyes instead of bright blue and his burned skin is more gray around his eyes.
- As a follower, Joshua will refuse to open his inventory or wait and he will neglect the Courier's requests to talk with him.
- Joshua Graham can repair equipment to 100% condition. He accepts and will repair every weapon in the game, but doesn't repair all types of apparel, making him only the fifth best non-player character with the ability to repair to max condition, the other four being Paladin Sato, Raul Tejada, Major Knight, and the Sink Central Intelligence Unit.
- If he survives all events, the Honest Hearts endings state that Joshua Graham leads the Dead Horses tribe. He is nowhere to be found upon the Courier's return to Zion, presumably having returned to Dead Horse Point with the majority of the tribe.
- Joshua's pre-burned face is shaped differently than his post-burned face.
- Joshua is one of two characters in Fallout: New Vegas to possess an irremovable mask - the other being Ulysses.
- Joshua Graham is one of the few named non-player characters in the game to be affected by the Sneering Imperialist perk.
- A malpaís is a landform characterized by eroded rocks of volcanic origin in an arid environment. This describes many areas, but is strongly connected to the southwestern United States because of the Spanish settlers that gave the landform its name (malpais means "badland" in Spanish).
- 其名約書亞，來源於the Book of Joshua which tells the campaigns of the Israelites in Canaan，希伯來語含義是「耶和華的解救」。
- Within the G.E.C.K. there exist references to a map above the western cliffs of the Colorado River designated "MalpaisLegionCamp," indicating that such a location once existed in an earlier version of New Vegas but was later removed. Notably, a reference for Benny is found there, should he survive the events that took place at the Fort.
- Both in Van Buren and in Honest Hearts, Joshua Graham was written by Joshua Sawyer.
- His calm, collected incarnation in Honest Hearts is vastly different from the angry, uncontrollable Van Buren version.
- Graham's return to Mormonism is based upon the parable of the Prodigal Son.
- Graham's self-described "baptism by flame" seems to be a dual reference to both his "death" at the hands of Caesar, and his symbolic rebirth by way of the Mormon laying of hands, which is also known as "baptism by fire" which is the conferring of the Holy Ghost.
- The inspiration for Graham came from a lot of sources, such as Paul the Apostle, Rodrigo Mendoza from The Mission, and Lawrence of Arabia. Also, the tribal markings on his armor were a reference to Rodrigo Mendoza as well.
- The animation of Joshua Graham inspecting .45 Auto pistols consists of him grabbing a pistol from the table, pulling the slide back into slide lock, removing the magazine, looking into the ejection port and the barrel, reinserting the magazine, pulling the slide back into place and putting the pistol back onto the table.
- 約書亞·格拉漢姆說他和死馬部落用.45自動手槍是因為其設計者是他們的的祖先, implied to be the Mormons。.45自動手槍是來自現實約翰·白朗寧設計的柯爾特M1911手槍， a Mormon firearms maker who lived in Ogden, Utah close to where New Canaan would be in the Fallout universe.
|“||Lanius' armor seemed inappropriate for Graham. Though it's unlikely that Joshua would have worn the same clothes then that he does when you meet him in Honest Hearts, there weren't a lot of other appropriate clothes for him and his outfit does make him stand out as particularly unusual - which, even among the Legion, he was.||”|
|“||It's not as simple as being "set on fire". After suffering a terrible failure, he was humiliated by his superior and the people he commanded. He was cast out and left for dead. His entire reason for living was gone. When your entire way of life is completely destroyed, it has a profound impact on how you view yourself and your place in the world. Because all momentum is lost, the experience causes you to evaluate and re-evaluate how you have reached this point -- and how to move forward. There are thousands, if not millions, of examples of soldiers in history who engaged in ruthless -- often cruel -- behavior in times of war only to either return to an "ordinary" civilized life later. Some of them have no problem with what they did, others repress their memories as much as they can, and still others suffer strong crises of conscience that force profound changes in them. As Graham describes, his path to becoming the Malpais Legate was made up of many small compromises that turned increasingly sinister and brutal. At first he thought he was making the best of a bad situation and doing what needed to be done, but in the end he and Caesar had built a society on a foundation of fear and brutality. Caesar had a more grand vision for where the Legion was going, but Joshua Graham was caught up in the day to day maintenance of a tribal army engaged in bleak and often monstrous behavior. It was not until he was removed from that environment that he was able to reflect on his past. He could have chosen to blame Caesar, but in the end he blamed himself. The only people he knew in the world who could possibly accept him were the New Canaanites, so that's where he headed.||”|
|“||Because re-hiring a voice actor (especially a high profile actor like John Doman) isn't always simple, and touching Caesar's dialogue in the core game -- well, it's already really complicated, and introducing elements that could affect the critical path is pretty dangerous, especially if it's accomplished through the DLC files (because we couldn't patch it).||”|
- New Canaan design document by J.E.Sawyer
- Burham Springs design document by J.E. Sawyer
- Blackfoot design document by Sean K. Reynolds
- ↑ compare New Canaan folks negative reaction, when Alexandra entered the town
- ↑ Burham Springs design document
- ↑ WHAT? After all he has been through and all the bad things he has done and Joshua Graham still claims to be a christian? | Formspring
- ↑ Fire and the Holy Ghost - Ensign June 1995
- ↑ This is a two parter. 1. Why did you decide to make Joshua Graham a good character instead of an evil character like in Van Buren? 2. Where did the inspiration of the Joshua Graham character come from? | Formspring