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  • Characters:
    • James (Fallout), one of Saul's brothers, mentioned in Fallout.
    • James Hoffy, Redding's caravan master in Fallout 2.
    • James (Fallout 3), father of the Lone Wanderer and Vault 101's resident doctor in Fallout 3.
    • James Hargrave, a child inhabitant of Rivet City in Fallout 3.
      • JamesHargrave.txt, dialogue for James Hargrave in Fallout 3.
    • Hadley James, director of the Department of Public Works in Pittsburgh before the Great War, mentioned in the Fallout 3 add-on The Pitt.
    • James Hsu, the commanding officer at Camp McCarran in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • James Garret, co-owner of the Atomic Wrangler casino in Freeside in Fallout: New Vegas.
      • VFSJamesGarret.txt, dialogue for James Garret in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • James Sexton, an NCR trooper stationed at Camp Forlorn Hope in Fallout: New Vegas.
      • VCFHJamesSexton.txt, dialogue for James Sexton in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • Saint James, a slaver living in Westside in Fallout: New Vegas.
      • WestsideSaintJames.txt, dialogue for Saint James in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • James (Fallout: New Vegas), an NCR trooper stationed near Camp Forlorn Hope, mentioned in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • James Keyes, a vault resident during the experiments inside Vault 22, mentioned in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • James Merish, a soldier for the New California Republic, mentioned in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • David James, a former Brotherhood of Steel elder of an unknown Brotherhood chapter, mentioned in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • Vishal St. James, a soldier who fought, and died, during the First Battle of Hoover Dam, mentioned in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • James Rubinek, a trader from the Hub that was scouting out new trade routes, whose skeleton can be found in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Lonesome Road.
    • James (Pillars of the Community), a potential name of Brother Thomas, leader of the Pillars of the Community, if encountered before the quest Emogene Takes a Lover in Fallout 4.
    • James (Boylston Club), the last butler of the Boylston Club, mentioned in Fallout 4.
    • James Croup, a member of the Croup family-turned feral ghoul, mentioned in Fallout 4.
    • James Hogan, a student at Massachusetts Bay University before the Great War, mentioned in Fallout 4.
    • James R. Justus, a sergeant in the U.S. Army, mentioned in Fallout 4.
    • James S., a scientist who resided in Vault 75, mentioned in Fallout 4.
    • James Wire, a former Minuteman who became the leader of a raider gang at Libertalia in Fallout 4.
    • James Allen, a bowler who played at Beaver Creek Lanes before the Great War, mentioned in the Fallout 4 add-on Far Harbor.
    • James (Alpine River Cabins), a man who visited Alpine River Cabins before the Great War, mentioned in Fallout 76.
    • James (child), the train-obsessed son of Dan, mentioned in Fallout 76.
      • My name's James, a holotape recorded by James the child in Fallout 76.
    • James (Morgantown), the former lover of Janet, mentioned in Fallout 76.
    • James A. Johnson, a Scoutmaster of the Pioneer Scouts before the Great War, mentioned in Fallout 76.
    • James Durham Jr., a student at Vault-Tec University before the Great War, mentioned in Fallout 76.
    • James Oberlin, an officer in the U.S. Army and Chief Army Scientific Advisor on the ATLAS Program, mentioned in Fallout 76.
    • James Thorn, a resident of Harpers Ferry and an alleged member of the Free States, mentioned in Fallout 76.
    • James Waltz, the owner of Hemlock Holes before the Great War, mentioned in Fallout 76.
      • James Waltz's notes, a holotape recorded by James Waltz in Fallout 76.
    • James Wilcox, the General Manager of the Whitespring Resort who was responsible for the implementation of the Ironclad program, mentioned in Fallout 76.
    • James Wood, a writer for the Scouts' Life magazine before the Great War, mentioned in Fallout 76.
    • James (Wild Appalachia), a member of the Pioneer Scouts before the Great War, mentioned in the Fallout 76 update Wild Appalachia.
    • James Hesson, a captain in the Enclave at the Whitespring bunker, mentioned in the Fallout 76 update Wild Appalachia.
    • James Kord, an officer in the U.S. Army stationed at Site Alpha, mentioned in the Fallout 76 update Wild Appalachia.
    • James Peek, a mechanic who worked on the automation of the Harpers Ferry sewage tunnels, mentioned in the Fallout 76 update Wild Appalachia.
    • James Addison, a staffer of the Whitespring Resort whose corpse is found in the Deep in the Fallout 76 update Wastelanders.
    • James Duncan, brother of Jonathan Duncan and co-owner of Duncan & Duncan Robotics before the Great War, mentioned in the Fallout 76 update Wastelanders.
      • Read between the lines, James, a note written by either James or Jonathan Duncan in the Fallout 76 update Wastelanders.
    • James (Monongah Mine), a miner who died in the collapse of Monongah Mine, mentioned in the Fallout 76 update The Legendary Run.
    • James (Van Buren), one of the scientists living at the Boulder Dome in Van Buren.
    • James T. Roche, a super mutant medicine man from Denver in Van Buren.
  • Real-life people:
    • James Doyle, a developer who worked at Interplay Entertainment as a movie artist on Fallout.
    • James Chung, a developer who worked at Interplay Entertainment as a tester for the PC version of Fallout.
    • James Jonah Cummings, an actor who voiced various characters in Fallout, Fallout 4 and its add-on Nuka-World.
    • James Costantino, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as a platform lead on Fallout 3.
    • James Wilson, a Scottish-born American political leader who is portrayed by a Protectron in the National Archives, mentioned in Fallout 3.
    • James Monroe, the fifth President of the United States of America, mentioned in Fallout 3.
    • James Ritty, an American saloonkeeper and inventor credited with inventing the cash register, mentioned in Fallout 3.
    • James Lewis, an American voice actor who portrays several named and unnamed characters in Fallout 3 and its add-ons The Pitt and Point Lookout.
    • James Horan, the actor who voiced The King in Fallout: New Vegas.
    • James Garcia, a developer who worked at Obsidian Entertainment as an environment artist on Fallout: New Vegas.
    • James Melilli, a developer who worked at Obsidian Entertainment as an environment artist on Fallout: New Vegas.
    • James Stancil, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as an additional quality assurance tester on Fallout: New Vegas and as a quality assurance supervisor on Fallout 76..
    • James Urbaniak, an American actor who voiced Dr. 0 in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Old World Blues.
    • James Konicek, an actor who voiced Doc Crocker, Institute Coursers, and the Fens Phantom in Fallout 4.
    • James Nicholas, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as an additional quality assurance tester on Fallout 4.
    • James Sie, an actor who voiced Doctor Sun and Jun Long in Fallout 4.
    • James Altman, director of publishing operations at Bethesda Softworks, credited on Fallout 76 and an executive producer of the upcoming Fallout television series.
    • James Alexander, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as an additional quality assurance tester on Fallout 76.
    • James Cleaveland, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as a gameplay programmer on Fallout 76.
    • James Duquemin, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as an additional quality assurance engineer on Fallout 76.
    • James Hogue, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as an additional quality assurance tester on Fallout 76.
    • James O'Donnell, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as a technical artist on Fallout 76.
    • James Phillips, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as an economist on Fallout 76.
    • James Pickett, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as a level designer on Fallout 76.
    • James Pugh, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as a producer on Fallout 76.
    • James Swartz, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as a quality assurance engineer on Fallout 76.
    • James Terry, a developer who worked at Arkane Studios as an additional programmer on Fallout 76.
    • Patrick James, a developer who worked at Bethesda Softworks as an additional quality assurance tester on Fallout 76.
    • James Polk, the eleventh President of the United States of America, mentioned in the Fallout 76 update Wild Appalachia.
    • James Sharpe, a developer who worked at Interplay Entertainment as an artist on Fallout Tactics.
    • James Kompare, a developer who worked at Interplay Entertainment as an additional quality assurance tester on Fallout Tactics.
    • Charity James, an American voice actor who provided additional voices in Fallout Tactics.
    • James Hawkins, a developer who worked at Interplay Entertainment as an artist on Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel.
    • James Crowson, a developer who worked at Interplay Entertainment as an artist on Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel.
    • James Kniffen, a developer who worked at Fantasy Flight Games as the board game manager on Fallout: The Board Game.
    • James Barry, a developer who worked at Modiphius as the line developer on Fallout: Wasteland Warfare.
    • James Sheahan, a developer who worked at Modiphius as the lead designer on Fallout: Wasteland Warfare.
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