|Relationships|| Ben Finn (Friend/Acquaintance)
Major Swift (Commanding Officer)
|First Appearance||Fable III|
|Last Appearance||Fable III|
Private Jammy is a character in Fable III. He is a soldier stationed at Mourningwood Fort under Major Swift. He is first met during the Hollow Legion quest, after the Hero heads up to the mortar with Ben Finn. After a brief introduction, he acts as the Hero's loader while fighting the Hollow Men. Afterwards, while fighting in the fort, Jammy is killed fighting the Hollow Men.
Upon purchase of Mourningwood Fort, the side quest Mortar and Mourning becomes available where Private Jammy returns in ghost form to be the Hero's loader.
- He had been wounded 724 times before his death.
- Jammy is the only soldier who is seen with an eye patch in the game, this is one of his noticeable wounds because he has lost his left eye in battle.
- "Jammy" is his nickname, referring to his good luck. ("Jammy" is a British English synonym for "lucky".)
- Ben Finn is shown to be upset by Jammy's death, crying out in horror when it happens.
- Jammy scored 1750 on the mortar mini-game.
- Jammy is voiced by Jason Manford.
- Jammy will always die during the main quest, even if you've killed every hollow man around him and protected him the whole time. In that case, he will just drop dead without being hit or shot.
- Jammy is a reference to Art Director John McCormack, as in the foreword to the Fable 3 Art Book he talks of the phrase and how lucky he is to have survived all the many scrapes his craft has brought upon him.
- "Look to the left!The left!"
- "Ha ha! It's raining corpses!"
- — Private Jammy to the Hero of Brightwall, during the quest, The Hollow Legion, and the minigame Mortar and Mourning
- "Yes! Yes! BOOM! Hoho! You see that?! You see it?! That Scarecrow's a goner! Beautiful!"
- — Private Jammy to the Hero of Brightwall, during practice of the mortar in The Hollow Legion quest.
- "BOOSH! Hohohoho! Goodbye, Mr Scarecrow! That was bloody brilliant"
- — Private Jammy to the Hero of Brightwall, during practice of the mortar.