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Music

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

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History

Discography

Main article: Jet discography

Albums

Awards

Trivia

Similar Artists

References

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From DC Database

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Jet


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Jet is a powerful methamphetamine that stimulates the central nervous system. The initial euphoric rush rarely lasts more than a few minutes, but during that time, the user is filled with a rush of energy & strength.

Jet is a highly addictive drug first synthesized by Myron. It is extracted from Brahmin dung fumes and administered via an inhaler.

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History

When Myron first encountered the Mordinos, they were farming peyote cacti and selling it to tourists as the "Reno Experience." Unfortunately, as Myron explains, peyote trips last too long, and profit is generated by fast turnaround and a high addiction rate. Furthermore, the climate was far too ravaged and irradiated to grow anything but the hardiest of plants. So, Myron began delving into growing mushrooms. Hallucinogens have low overhead and thrive in plentiful brahmin dung. From there, Myron began experimenting with derivatives of lysergic acid diethylamide, psilocybin and THC. However, the Mordinos still desired something a little harder and more addictive that could aid them in gaining control of Redding. The solution to the problem came from the Brahmin fertilizer itself.

In the prewar days, big meat companies had experimented with a cheap protein extract for growing food. However, the product had to be abandoned because any bacterial contamination--even from common skin bacterias--resulted in a complex reaction, causing it to act like methamphetamine. To cut their losses, farmers fed the extract to their cattle.

Myron discovered that the fumes generated from Brahmin who had been fed the contaminated protein extract could be used to create a powerful drug. By placing the augmented Brahmin dung in large vats, Myron and the Mordinos were finally able to begin producing the potent drug they had been after. About a hundred slaves were killed in initial testing--mostly results of heart attacks, cerebral hemorrhages, and psychotic episodes--but Jet was ultimately produced.

Thanks to Myron and Jet, the Mordino family were able to build their drug empire. Grateful, they supplied their boy-genius with anything he wanted, usually whores and drugs. The Stables research team would further Myron's work, hoping to create a stronger and even more potent version, codenamed Jet Beta. However, the results were unsuccessful, as they couldn't quite get the kinks out (e.g., nasal bleeding, hallucinations, heart attacks). It's high was also longer - from 15 to 60 minutes.

Myron would die less than a year after the Chosen One defeated the Enclave, somewhat ironically stabbed to death by a Jet addict in a bar at the Den. While no one remembered that Myron created Jet or even remembers his name, his creation would live on, apparently even somehow spreading to the Capital Wasteland, where someone would produce an even more potent version, named Ultrajet, designed for use by Ghouls, who are barely affected by standard Jet.

Fallout 2

Jet
File:Chem_Jet.png
effects: Immediate:
+2 Action Points
+1 Strength
+1 Perception
After 5 Minutes:
-4 Action Points
-4 Strength
-4 Perception
After 24 Hours:
+2 Action Points
+3 Strength
+3 Perception
addiction: 50% Chance of Addiction, which is permanent without the Cure
After 2 days on Non-Use
-1 Strength
-1 Perception
weight: 0
value: $25

Jet addiction in Fallout 2 is curable only by the Jet Antidote.

Locations

  • New Reno, purchased from different dealers.
  • The Den, sometimes findable on the junkies.

Fallout 3

Jet
effects: Immediate:
+30 Action Points
addiction: Jet Addiction
weight: 0
value: 20
base id: 00015164

Jet returns in Fallout 3. It is cheaper than in Fallout 2, but the effects are lessened, too. In Fallout 3, it provides +30 Action Points.

There is a more potent variant of Jet called "Ultra Jet", but it still does not seem to be as potent or addictive as the Jet encountered in Fallout 2. The newer, more powerful drug was developed as an attempt to market Jet to ghouls, who were almost unaffected by common Jet.

Locations

Jet can be bought from the local chem seller (Leo Stahl, [If you choose to buy chems off Leo Stahl during the Leo's Drug Habit quest], A Quick Fix)

Inconsistencies

While it is said that Myron created Jet, Mrs. Bishop says that she got hooked on Jet by Bishop (before they got married) and for that she got kicked out of Vault City, which would require Jet to be much older than Myron is. According to Chris Avellone, what Mrs. Bishop says is a mistake and is not canon. It is more likely that Bishop got her hooked on some other drug. Consistent use of Jet will have muddled Mrs. Bishop's perceptions in any case.

While several characters say it has a near-100% addiction rate, for the player the rate is only 50%.

In Fallout 3, Jet can be found in containers located in a sealed Vault, which appears to be an unintentional product of randomized loot tables. However, non leveled jet is placed in other locations that were seemingly untouched since the war, which is likely a mistake on the part of level designers, as Jet was made years after the Great War.

See also

Appearances

Jet appears in Fallout 2 and Fallout 3.

Fallout 2 consumables
Fallout 3 consumables

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Jet
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Statistics
Real name
Ring Names {{{names}}}
Height 6'1"
Weight 215 lbs.
Date of birth July 1, 1980
Place of birth Lexington, KY
Date of death
Place of death
Resides Lexington, KY
Billed from Lexington, KY
Trainer Triple H
Current
federation(s)
Global Wrestling Alliance
Previous
federation(s)
Handled by
Win/Loss Record {{{winloss_record}}}
Debut June 26, 2006
Retired {{{retired}}}

Jet (born July 1, 1980 in Lexington, KY) is an American professional wrestler preforming for Global Wrestling Alliance, a developmental federation for Christian Championship Wrestling, where he is the co- World Tag Team Champion.

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Career

GWA

Jet is the first batch of wrestlers to the newly created developmantal federation Global Wrestling Alliance. Jet surprised everyone by winning the GWA World Tag Team Titles with Flash on their first night of wrestling compentition.

Championships and Accomplishments

  • 1-time World Tag Team Champion (current - with Flash)

Championship Succession

GWA World Tag Team Champion
Preceded by:
Vacant
First wirh Flash Succeeded by:
Current

Personal Life

Jet is the brother of Flash and both are cousins to American Wrestling Alliance wrestlers, Cheetah and Phoenix. All four are exceptional athletes and wrestlers. They are the few athletes to help out the communities where they are from and nationally well known spokes people for the less fortunate ones after Hurricane Katrina.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Jet was Captain and Commanding officer of the USS Shark in the late 24th century. He kept a suspicious eye on the USS Phoenix-X as he had an inkling of the true nature of the vessel. Unfortunately, he was never actually able to prove it. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X)

Background Information


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

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The title of this article is a nickname, callsign, or alias.

This article is about a canonical subject that lacks an official name, and is known only by its nickname, callsign, or alias.

"Jet"
Biographical information
Homeworld

Kamino[1]

Physical description
Species

Human (clone)[1]

Gender

Male[1]

Height

1.83 meters[1]

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Rise of the Empire era[1]

Affiliation

Galactic Republic[1]

"Commander Jet out."
―Commander Jet

"Jet" was the nickname of a clone trooper commander during the Clone Wars.

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Biography

He served in the Second Battle of Geonosis under the command of Jedi General Ki-Adi Mundi. Jet also attended the mission briefing between the Jedi Generals and the clone commanders before the battle.

Behind the scenes

Both Ki-Adi Mundi and Admiral Wullf Yularen address Jet as a Captain during the Landing at Point Rain episode, however Jet refers to himself as Commander Jet during the same episode, from then on Ki-Adi Mundi address' Jet as Commander. He is also referred to as "Commander Jet" throughout the episode guide.

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Appearances

Sources

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6  Clone troopers in the Databank

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