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Mentioned-only character
Jason Grant
Biography
race: Human
affiliation: Little Lamplight
role: First Mayor of Little Lamplight
Gameplay
mentioned in: Holodisks in Little Lamplight
Statistics
Technical

Jason Grant was one of the founding members of Little Lamplight community. Before the Great War on October 23, 2077, he was a fourth grade student in Carrie Delaney's class at Early Dawn Elementary. On that fateful day, he was part of a field trip to the Little Lamplight caverns when the war broke out.

Background

Over the following month, all of the adults who ventured outside the caverns to look for help never returned. Because of the dire situation, Jason stepped up to become leader of the survivors in the caverns, as nobody else wanted to take responsibility and they listened to him anyway. A month later, they discovered the back entrance to Vault 87 and pleaded to be allowed in, but when somebody finally responded to them, the children were callously told that they were "already dead". Furious at all adults, Jason decided that they didn't need adults ever again.

Approximately one month later on January 26, 2078, the other Little Lamplight residents voted Jason in as their mayor in appreciation for his leadership. He presumably instituted the law that "mungos" (as they called the adults) had to leave the caves at age 16.

Notes

  • Assuming Jason honoured his own laws, it is possible he left Little Lamplight upon turning 16 to found Big Town, where most of the former Little Lamplighters headed to when they grew up.
  • Despite similarities in voice and personality between Jason and MacReady, there appears to be no direct relationship between the two, other than both serving as mayor.

See also

Little Lamplight
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