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"I stay with my family. They die, I die."
—Eat 'Em Up Jack, 1852[1]

Eat 'Em Up Jack, often referred to simply as "Jack", is the leader of the Sixways Gang and first appears in the novel Dishonored: The Return of Daud.

Biography[]

Eat 'Em Up Jack is not a single person, but rather a title passed down among the various leaders of the Sixways Gang.[2] By 1852, when Daud is searching for the Twin-bladed Knife, the current holder of the title is a red-haired woman around the same age as Empress Emily Kaldwin.[2]

Meeting Daud[]

On the 18th Day of the Month of Earth, 1852, Jack is approached by Daud, who has tracked the whereabouts of the Knife to the smuggling operation overseen by the Sixways. Rather than answering his questions, Jack has Daud dragged outside for a brawl with her gang.[3] Before the fight could finish, the entire group is interrupted by a Clockwork Soldier sent to the Wyrmwood District.[4] The machine kills all but three of the Sixways before Jack draws up the courage to fight it herself,[5] refusing Daud's offer to help her escape and leave what was left of her family behind. Instead, Daud takes Jack's stiletto and dispatches the soldier with the remaining gang members.[1] Another two Clockwork Soldiers, along with a squad of Grand Serkonan Guards approach the Suicide Hall tavern and the remaining five survivors. At the behest of the three still living Sixways, Daud gets Jack out of the area, leaving the last of the gang to die.[1] Over the next couple of days, the two make their way to Young Lucy's Grave, with Jack informing various contacts along the way about the fate of her gang and her plans to rebuild, and eventually sending Daud on to Porterfell without her.[6]

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