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Jeannie May Crawford
Jeanny May Crawford
Biography
raceHuman, Caucasian
sexFemale
affiliationDino Dee-lite front desk, Novac
Jeannie May Crawford's house
roleManager/Owner
locationNovac
Gameplay
appearancesFallout: New Vegas
questsOne for My Baby
Statistics
karmaEvil
base SPECIAL5 ST, 5 PE, 6 EN, 3 CH, 4 IN, 6 AG, 4 LK
modified SPECIAL5 ST, 5 PE, 6 EN, 3 CH, 4 IN, 7 AG, 4 LK
derived statsHit Points: 140
DT: 0
tag skills
Guns:43 (45)
Melee Weap.:41
Unarmed:43
level4
voice actorMarianne Muellerleile
base id0008d749
ref id0008d74c
dialogue fileJeannieMayCrawford.txt
 
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Nothing that wouldn't be wrong with any man who loses a wife, I suppose. Poor dear. I know he thinks she was kidnapped, but I'm not so sure she didn't just run off on her own. You could tell she was thinking about it ever since they arrived.

Jeannie May Crawford is the owner-operator of the Dino Dee-lite Motel and de facto mayor of Novac in 2281.

BackgroundEdit

Little is known about Jeannie May's background. It is known that she met with a slaver working for Caesar's Legion and sold Carla Boone, the wife of sniper, Craig Boone, into slavery. Craig Boone reveals that the slavers knew how to approach Novac without being seen, which suggests that Jeannie May gave them detailed instructions on how to get in and out safely. She was paid 1,000 caps for Carla, and 500 more for her unborn child. Jeannie May possibly sold Carla because of the way she acted. Through dialogue with Jeannie May and other residents of Novac, specifically Manny Vargas, it is revealed that Carla was not well liked, and "went out of her way to be rude." In actuality, she just wanted to get Boone to take her back to New Vegas, which she personally preferred over the quiet and uneventful life of Novac, and didn't care whether or not her favorable interests made plenty of others see her as selfish.

Interactions with the player characterEdit

Interactions overviewEdit

General Services Quests
Essential: noIcon cross
Companion: noIcon cross
Plays Caravan: noIcon cross
Merchant: noIcon cross
Repairman: noIcon cross
Doctor: noIcon cross
Rents bed/room: yesIcon check
  • Rents bed/room for 100 caps
Starts quests: noIcon cross
Involved in quests: yesIcon check

QuestsEdit

  • One for My Baby: It is revealed that Jeannie May sold Boone's wife Carla and her unborn child into slavery to Caesar's Legion. After the player leads her to her death at the hands of Boone, it is possible to loot her body for a key and use it to unlock a safe in the room at the entrance. Unlocking said safe will make the player able to get a note (bill of sale), incriminating Jeannie May of selling Carla into slavery.

Other interactionsEdit

  • The player can purchase a hotel room key from Jeannie May for 100 caps, or for free if the player has Accepted status with Novac. She stipulates that you can use it "until the busy season comes," which translates to "indefinitely."

InventoryEdit

Apparel Weapon Other items On death
Dirty pre-War relaxedwear,
Reading glasses
- Jeannie May's safe key -

NotesEdit

  • Should the Courier kill her, as opposed to allowing Boone to shoot her, the Courier will be rewarded with good Karma, but bad reputation with Novac. Taking this course of action will make it impossible to complete One for My Baby.
  • She narrates the ending slideshow for Novac.

Notable quotesEdit

  • "I'm Jeannie May. I take care of folks here at the motel. Long as they aren't trouble makers."
  • "Well, saints alive. That is a load off. Nothing to be done, though. Those ghouls just didn't know when they weren't wanted. Couldn't take a hint. And aren't you just the most unexpected gift our little town ever had? Here, take this. And go buy yourself something nice."
  • "Nothing that wouldn't be wrong with any man who loses a wife, I suppose. Poor dear. I know he thinks she was kidnapped, but I'm not so sure she didn't just run off on her own. You could tell she was thinking about it ever since they arrived."

AppearancesEdit

Jeannie May Crawford appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

BugsEdit

  • pcIcon pc ps3Icon ps3 xbox360Icon xbox360 If you don't ask Jeannie May to come out to the front of the dinosaur when you first talk to her about Boone's wife, the dialogue option won't appear again later. To lead her there after that, you must go to her house at night and wake her up. When you talk to her then, it will give the option again. [verified]
  • pcIcon pc ps3Icon ps3 After revealing her past and allowing Boone to deal with her, all the items in her house will inexplicably be marked red. However, stealing them results in no Karma loss. Her fridge lock (Average and red highlighted) can be picked for (base) 44 XP and no Karma loss. Her bed still can't be used though. (Note: Her house can reach this state before you kill her and as long as you've picked up the Bill of Sale as well) [verified]
  • pcIcon pc Sometimes when going to her house to tell her to accompany you out in front of the dinosaur, if you push past her to exit the front door as she is exiting, she will freeze just outside her front door. Waiting will not help and the dialog option for her to follow you is gone. The best 2 options is load from a previous save (autosave will not help) or "push" her all the way in front of the dinosaur. To push her just get behind her and walk forward keeping the mouse centered on her at all times or you will slip past, this is a bit tedious but it does work. [verified]

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