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C.J. Young
Biography
race: Human, Caucasian
affiliation: Rivet City
role: Child
location: Rivet City
family: Christie Young Mom
Henry Young Dad
Gameplay
appearances: Fallout 3
quests: The Runaways
Statistics
karma: Good
SPECIAL: 3ST, 4PE, 3EN, 3CH, 3IN, 5AG, 4LK
Technical
actor:
base id: 000156C6
ref id: 0001E762

C.J. Young is a young citizen of Rivet City in 2277.

Contents

Background

C.J. is as happy as a kid as you'll find in the Wasteland. She's been raised by two loving parents and lives a great kid's life, hanging out on the flight deck or exploring Rivet City with her best friend, James Hargrave. James does pick on her mercilessly, even though she's a year older than him. She is constantly apologizing and forgiving him for all his teasing. Despite this, the two are best friends. She is a trusting and honest young girl [1]

Relationships

C.J. is the daughter of Christie and Henry Young. She is the best friend of James Hargrave.

Interactions with the player character

C.J. has nothing to say to the player, however, it is a possibility that she and James Hargrave will run away, starting the unmarked quest The Runaways.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Wasteland Scout Outfit - Bubblegum
Gum Drops
Young's Key
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Appearances

C.J. Young only appears in Fallout 3.

Bugs

  • You may run into her outside of Rivet City by herself before ever entering Rivet City. She will only say "I'm not supposed to talk to strangers".
  • When James and C.J. run away to Anacostia Crossing after you taunt James, C.J. can be spoken to with the same dialogue options as James, she will say something along the lines of "I'm scared, please take me home." and the player can respond with both negative ("You're on your own kid, deal with it") or positive ("Sure kid, I'm sorry I said those things. Let's go") options which can have you apologizing for something you never said to her.

References

  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide
Rivet City
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