MAJOR CHARACTERS• Gordon "Gordo" Sargent
A hired gun and accomplice of the McReary Family. He, Michael Keane, and Packie frequently work together on jobs. Gordon is a veteran criminal and is rarely intimidated, proven by sarcastically threatening Niko Bellic. He is disappointed in the standing of the McRearys and Irish mob in the criminal food chain, and often argues with Packie's orders. The only authority figure who can keep him in his place is Gerald McReary. Gordon is a partially reformed gambling addict, which as accumulated a large debt to Mark Anthony Volpe, who thus thinks he has Gordon under his thumb.
Gordon lives in a safehouse
in Steinway, overlooking the park with a great view of the Algonquin skyline. It is complete with a private garage that can store up to 2 cars. Later on in the story, Gordon acquires a second safehouse
in Leftwood, Alderney. It also comes with a 2-car garage
in the back alley.• Patrick "Packie" McReary
Most active McReary brother, pulling jobs while his brother Gerald calls the shots. He works closely with Gordon and Michael Keane, acting as a partner in many missions. Packie is also affiliated with Ray Boccino, who provides him with intelligence on rival families and jobs.
Gordon can call Packie to hang out or to arrange for a loaded weapon to be left in the backroom of the Steinway Beer Garden. The weapons Packie can provide include the Revolver, Repeater Shotgun, Micro SMG, or Sticky Bomb.• "Saint" Michael Keane
A close accomplice of Gordon and Packie. He is often accused of being inbred. He is killed during the botched bank robbery in the mission Three Leaf Clover
.• Liam Ross
A half-Irish thief and junkie with a death wish. Liam has been a loyal friend of Gordon since even before he acquired his addiction to drugs. He is reckless, fearless of death, with a sick sense of humor. Despite his demeanor he is very crafty, keeping busy with his criminal connections to make money which inevitably is wasted on his bad habits. He connects Gordon with his cousin-in-law Papi, and employer Stevie.
Gordon can call Liam for backup, to hang out, or for a variety of modified cars which Liam will deliver personally. These include a Club
, and Contender
.• Neil Kelly
A rather intimidating Irish bruiser with a shortage of brain cells from alcohol and bare-knuckle fist fights, but what he lacks in wit he makes up for in brute force and antipathy. He prefers a good old fashioned armed robbery as opposed to trading in drugs, as a result he takes an interest in arms dealing. Neil accompanied Packie during the mission Luck Of The Irish.
Gordon can call Neil for backup, to hang out, or for discounted weapons which he will sell out of the back of his unique Rancher
. Neil sells all DLC-exclusive weapons in addition to the Knife, Pistol, Combat Shotgun, SMG, Assault Rifle, Carbine Rifle, Combat Sniper, RPG, Grenades, & Molotovs.• Stevie the Car Collector
An underground black market car trader. He connects Gordon with the street racing scene in Liberty City, offers him some work stealing cars, and access to a mod garage in East Hook. He owns the S&M Auto Sales
in Bohan, and a garage in Cerveza Heights
.• Papi Ortiz
Liam's cousin-in-law, a street-smart Hispanic heroin dealer. The police are putting pressure on him and his business, so he hires Gordon as muscle for his deals. His connections make him a useful asset. He operates out of the projects in Steinway
. It is hinted that he is somehow related to Carmen Ortiz
. Papi drives a black Sabre
.• Mark Anthony Volpe
Messina Family Capo who owns the Inside Track
betting shop in East Island City. After a 'bad investment', Gordon owes Volpe a large sum of cash and is reluctantly forced to work for him as compensation. Gordon is not directly afraid of Mark Volpe, but more so his powerful connections. Mark constantly threatens Gordon that he could have him rubbed out on a whim. He is paranoid about being under police surveillance, exploiting Gordon to get things done for him and rarely leaving his home. Mark's brother, Fredo, is secretly an LCPD informant and has gathered enough incriminating evidence on the Messinas to bring down the whole family once arrests start being made. Mark is very protective of his brother, unaware of his treachery, even cutting out a Messina enforcer's tongue for calling Fredo a rat. Ironically, the higher-ups begin to suspect that Mark himself is the rat, and plan a hit on him.• Gerald McReary
Acting leader of the McReary Mob. He is under the tight surveillance of the police, thus using his younger brother Packie and Gordon to get work done. Gerry is often intoxicated and irritable, sometimes assigning unethical jobs, but his orders are never questioned.• Harry Hall
Half Italian, half Irish Catholic consigliere to the Messina crime syndicate. Runs a high-class prostitution ring out of the Majestic and Opium Nights
. He hears about Gordon's reliability through Mark Volpe, and offers him work and a part in a big armored car heist. Harry is trying to create a mutual relationship with Claude Wome, who frequents his prostitution ring in Opium Nights, so he sends Gordon to help him out with his business matters.• Claude Wome
Diamond-dealing African warlord, come to Liberty City to purchase guns, prostitutes and Perseus suits. He is staying at Opium Nights and has a mutual relationship with Harry Hall through his prostitution ring. He is very wealthy, once arrested for possessing a gold-plated rocket launcher. He throws money around carelessly and disregards the law, considering he has an army of soldiers read to die for him. Harry is trying to get on good terms with him to make use of his connections and resources, so he sends Gordon to help Claude out.• Phil Bell
A high-ranking associate of the Pegorino mob. He is mostly Irish, hindering his ability to move up the mafia ladder. He does well in making himself look like a legitimate businessman, managing several businesses which include the Honker's Gentlemen's Club. Gerald McReary sends Gordon to do some dirty work for Phil as a service to Jimmy Pegorino.• Harvey Noto
Don of the Messina Family. He owns the Majestic Hotel
in Algonquin. Under his command, the Messina Family has become one of the strongest families on the Commission. After being vouched for by Harry Hall, Harvey trusts Gordon with carrying out some important work for the Messina Family. Harvey has a personal dislike for Mark Volpe, and thinks he is an informant when, in reality, his brother Fredo is the rat.• Fredo Volpe
Mark Volpe's younger brother, also a Messina capo. He has secretly been an informant for many years, gathering enough wiretap evidence to put the entire family behind bars once arrests are made. Harry Hall dislikes him and has a hunch that he is a rat, but never makes a move because of Mark's aggressive attitude when it comes to accusations about his brother.MINOR CHARACTERS• Tommy
An associate of Phil Bell, appearing to work as a bartender at the Honker's Gentlemen's Club. Tommy acts as a middleman between Phil Bell and Gordon, briefing Gordon on jobs that need to be taken care of and even coming along as an accomplice. He is somewhat dim-witted and reveres the higher-ups in the organization such as Jimmy Pegorino.• Niko Bellic
Niko first appears in the mission Waste Deep. Gordon and Michael don't exactly like Niko at first, but he earns their respect after he pulls through on the job at the waste management facility. Packie switches out Gordon's place in the bank heist in favor of Niko, which earns Gordon's contempt, especially after Michael is killed during the job. Niko later kidnaps Gracie Ancelotti for Gerald McReary. He brings her to a secluded safehouse where Gordon is responsible for looking after her for a short time.• Sergeant Vile
Claude Wome's personal bodyguard, who is alluded to be a high ranking soldier. He is pretty much the African equivalent of Timur
, Bulgarin's bodyguard. Born and raised as a child soldier in a war-torn African country, he is hinted to be a black supremacist due to the fact that he hates Gordon from the first time they meet. His legitimate name is not revealed and he might not even have one; he just goes by "Sergeant Vile", a pseudonym he probably picked up as a soldier.• Daryl "D-Mack" McKenzie
A man with a respected reputation in the criminal underworld and many connections. He and Jermaine Andrews collaborate to steal a large payload of drugs from Kenny Petrovic, who responds by sending Rami Yalon to get it back at all costs. When Rami begins killing off associates of D-Mack in his quest to track down the drugs, D-Mack decides to offload the drugs to Papi Ortiz in an attempt to avert the attention of Petrovic's assassin.• Rami Yalon
Legendary hitman from Israel. He has a strong military background and is known for his deadly efficiency. He worked for several Italian mafia families until they couldn't afford his extreme costs. He is currently employed by Kenny Petrovic, tracking down his stolen drugs and racking up a heavy body count in the process.• Gracie Ancelotti
Spoiled daughter of Giovanni Ancelotti. She is kidnapped by Niko Bellic and left with Gordon to be looked after. She is used as collateral to get back the stolen diamonds for Gerald McReary.RANDOM CHARACTERS• Jack
A distraught office worker who has become fed up with his mediocre life. He has recently been on a personal quest to lash out at society, which inevitably involves Gordon at one point or another. After quitting his job for good, Jack began spending his life savings on guns, cocaine and prostitutes. Gordon meets Jack two times. He has a cameo in GTA IV, during the mission Final Interview
where he has been arrested by police and brought in to the Westminster Police Department.• The Doctor
A shady black market "doctor" who is involved in an organ trafficking ring operating out of Dukes. He tries to lure Gordon into a trap to inevitably harvest his organs, but Gordon survives and kills the ambushers. The Doctor has a cameo in GTA IV during the mission Have A Heart
, where he takes possession of the bodies of Manny Escuela and Jay Hamilton.• Chad
A naive but good-hearted community servant and employee at the rehab center in Alderney. One of the heroin junkies he is responsible for refuses to reform his drug habits, and now Chad's job may be at stake. Gordon sympathizes for Chad since his friend (Liam) is also an addict, and agrees to help "convince" his patient to change his ways. Chad has a cameo in The Lost and Damned, during the mission Clean And Serene
, where he was revealed to have helped Billy Grey overcome his heroin addiction.
Edited by akavari112, 10 February 2011 - 08:47 PM.