Jesse

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Jesse is the main character, and that which the Player controls in Minecraft: Story Mode. Jesse is voiced by either Catherine Taber or Patton Oswalt, depending on a player's chosen gender.[1]

Unlike the other characters in the game, a player may choose how they would like Jesse to appear, from six different texture model options (three per gender). More appearance options are available in season two.

Biography

Appearance

A player is given a choice to customize the main character by choosing the gender and the skin color for Jesse. Male Jesse wears a shirt, with suspenders attached to his trousers while the female counterpart wears a t-shirt with overalls.

Appearances

Minecraft: Story Mode

Season One

  1. "The Order of the Stone"
  2. "Assembly Required"
  3. "The Last Place You Look"
  4. "A Block and a Hard Place"
  5. "Order Up!"
  6. "A Portal to Mystery"
  7. "Access Denied!"
  8. "A Journey's End?"

Season Two

  1. "Hero in Residence"
  2. "Giant Consequences"
  3. "Jailhouse Block"
  4. "Below the Bedrock"
  5. "Above and Beyond"

Trivia

  • Jesse is referred to as "Jessie" in the Meet the Cast video of Minecraft: Story Mode
  • Female Jesse winning Boomtown still calls herself a "King" and not a "Queen".
  • In the episode, "A Portal to Mystery", when TorqueDawg is dying from poisoned arrows, he tells Jesse that their name is either a boy's name or girl's name. This will be opposite to the player's gender picked for Jesse (E.x, TorqueDawg will tell a male Jesse that his name is a girl's name or vice versa).

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