Ma June, played by Dale Dickey, talking to Lucy in the Amazon Fallout TV Series.
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Is Ma June in the Fallout Games? Dale Dickey’s Character, Explained

Dale Dickey's character, Ma June, has quickly become a fan favorite. But is she in the Fallout games?

Ma June is a character played by Dale Dickey in the new Amazon Fallout series. Her brief appearance in the show has impacted viewers, owing to her colorful personality, which fits perfectly with the Fallout franchise. Gamers may wonder if they can find Ma June and her shop in any of the previous games. Here’s everything you need to know about whether or not Ma June is in the Fallout games, along with an explanation of Dale Dickey’s character.

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Is Ma June in the Fallout Games?

Lucy and Ma June are outside her store in the Fallout TV series.
Image via Amazon Studios

Ma June is a character created solely for the Fallout TV series and has not appeared in any previous Fallout games. She owns Ma June’s Sundries, a store located in Filly, a town near Santa Monica. Ma June is a strong, no-nonsense woman who has earned her position through her toughness. She is willing to trade with anyone who has the necessary caps but will not hesitate to use force if someone tries to double-cross her.

In the episode “The Target,” Ma June appears only once. Lucy meets her after leaving Vault 33 and asks her what the surface world is like. Ma June is surprised to see Lucy, as she thinks all the Vault dwellers are dead. While talking to Lucy, Ma June also meets Siggi Wilzig and a Ghoul who seems hostile toward them since he is tracking Wilzig for a bounty. Ma June is suspicious of the Ghoul and tells him he is not welcome in Filly, which sets off a series of events. 

Ma June’s actions bring the protagonists together and advance Lucy’s mission of saving her father, the overseer of Vault 33, from the show’s villain, Lee Moldaver. Although Ma June only appears once in the TV series, her appearance is significant and certainly makes an impression on the viewers.

Ma June Debuts in Fallout Shelter

Ma June's Fallout Shelter model
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While you won’t find Ma June in any of the Fallout games, four recruitable dwellers from the Fallout TV series, Lucy, The Ghoul, Maximus, and Ma June, have been added to Fallout Shelter along with their S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stats released by Bethesda.

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Now that you know everything about Dale Dickey’s character and whether Ma June appears in the Fallout games, you should visit our Fallout hub. There, you’ll find additional guides, including information on Lucy’s place in the Fallout universe.


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