Jane Bird was an English passenger aboard the Obra Dinn during its last voyage in 1802. She was one of the survivors living in Morocco.
Story and fate[edit | edit source]
After surviving the kraken attack, she, together with surgeon Henry Evans, fellow passenger Emily Jackson, and Fourth Mate's Steward Davey James, boarded a lifeboat and left the ship. The lifeboat successfully reached Africa, where the survivors continued to live in Morocco.
Jane Bird's letter[edit | edit source]
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A year after the inspector visited the Obra Dinn, Jane Bird wrote to them to inform them of the death of Henry Evans. The exact contents of the letter depend on how many fates the inspector solved:
- All 58 fates solved: The letter will say that Evans died satisfied with the inspector's efforts and that his gratitude be expressed by returning the book to the inspector, along with an object necessary to access chapter VIII, Bargain. She asks the inspector to not write back, as the memory of the voyage is painful to her, James, and Jackson.
- 30–56 fates solved: Her letter will say that, although the book is not fully solved, Evans appreciates the attempt, acknowledging the difficulty of the task. She adds that she, James, and Jackson are content living in Morocco and asks the inspector to not write back.
- 27 or fewer fates solved: Bird's letter will say that the book is so incomplete it disheartened Evans to the point of worsening his health. He used his final moments to express his regrets entrusting the inspector with the task.
Identification[edit | edit source]
Jane Bird can be identified after The Doom, part 8. This part identifies Abigail Hoscut Witterel and with that, there are only three women left on board. Since one is Formosan, only Bird and Jackson have to be separated. Bird is listed in the crew manifest as "Miss Jane Bird", meaning that she is unmarried. In The Doom, part 8, the three women come on deck and it can be seen that, apart from Hoscut Witterel, only one is wearing a wedding ring. Since this cannot be Jane Bird, she has to be the remaining European woman on board.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Bird only appears in three memories, always together with Emily Jackson.
In other languages[edit | edit source]
As the unmarried status is the key feature to identify Jane Bird, the title "Miss" in the crew manifest was translated into the equivalents in all language versions of the game.
|English||Miss Jane Bird|
|French||Mlle Jane Bird||Mlle is the abbreviation of Mademoiselle|
|German||Fräulein Jane Bird|
|Spanish||Srta. Jane Bird||Srta. is the abbreviation of Señorita|
|Portuguese||Srta. Jane Bird||Srta. is the abbreviation of Senhorita|
|Italian||Sig.na Jane Bird||Sig.na is the abbreviation of Signorina|
|Russian||Мисс Джейн Берд
(Miss Dzheyn Berd)
|Мисс is borrowed from English Miss. Джейн and Берд are transcriptions of Jane and Bird, respectively.|
|Polish||Panna Jane Bird|
(Jēn bādo jō)
|嬢 is the equivalents of the title Miss in Japanese. ジェーン and バード are transcriptions of Jane and Bird, respectively.|
(Jiǎn Bódé xiǎojiě)
|小姐 is the equivalents of the title Miss in Chinese. 简 and 伯德 are phonetic transcriptions of Jane and Bird, respectively.|
(Zhēn Bódé xiǎojiě)
|小姐 is the equivalents of the title Miss in Chinese. 珍 and 伯德 are phonetic transcriptions of Jane and Bird, respectively.|
|Korean||제인 버드 아가씨
(jein beodeu agassi)
|아가씨 is the equivalents of the title Miss in Korean. 제인 and 버드 are transcriptions of Jane and Bird, respectively.|