Jacques 'Paris Jack' LeRoy is the mechanic and musician of the New Orleans Resistance cell led by Horton Boone. His talent of music helps others in tough times, taking the "edge off" during their war against the Nazis.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Paris Jack was born in New Orleans and started playing the clarinet when he was 8 years old. During his music career he became Louisiana's most renowned clarinet player. After the Nazis victory Paris Jack went into hiding and joined the resistance and met Horton Boone and Mary Sue 'Professor' Ellington and resided in New Orleans.

Events of The New Colossus[edit | edit source]

The New Orleans Resistance stayed in The American Bank, battling against the Nazis until B.J. Blazkowicz entered and defeated the Nazi soldiers. After having a drink with Boone, B.J. was offered a robot dog by Paris Jack to distract the Nazis while the resistance went to Eva's Hammer. During B.J.'s 50th birthday party, Paris Jack is greeted by Fergus Reid or speaks to Probst Wyatt III in the dinner section of the boat. In Fergus' timeline, Paris Jack gives Fergus advice on talking to Maria, with that failing with his prosthetic arm touching her breast. In Wyatt's timeline, Paris Jack warned the private of his drug abuse, leading the latter to leave and go into the Shooting Range's secret room. After the birthday party, B.J. went to Paris Jack, asking to find Fergus with the former losing his prosthetic arm and latter disappearing. Paris Jack informs of what happened the previous night as B.J. goes to look for the two to start their assault on the Ausmerzer and assassinate Irene Engel.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Horton Boone introduces Jack to B.J. as an anarchist, and a "true believer" in the political philosophy, indicating that Boone had adopted a "multi-tendency" organizing philosophy, wherein leftist activists collaborate for common goals, despite having political or philosophical disagreements.
  • Jack's penchant as a Jazz musician, as well as his association with Paris, are possibly inspired by real-world musician Thelonious Monk, who spent significant portions of his career active in the Paris Jazz scene.

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