Im thinking of doing a GTAv dlc about tavell Clinton in liberty city. It seems very few bar Tyla and a few others have an interest in Hood Property
That's just the way it goes mate. Don't pack it in because you aren't getting the replies you expected. Take a look around. There's more interest in Hood Property than there is a lot of the other concepts. Best thing you can do? Take a break, write a load of missions to post in bulk and wrap it up. Work on your other idea on the side.
I don't think Tavell would make a good protagonist at all. He sounds like a good, straight going kid with a decent job waiting tables in Little Italy. Who'd give that up to push nickels and dimes? He's someone that would make an excellent random character telling you all about his crazy cousin and his exploits in LC but a protagonist, never.
What would really tear the roof off is you completing Hood Property and then following it up with the GTAV sequel, five years later. Call it GTAV: Hood Realty or something. I'm not even taking the piss. If Hood Property is all about taking corners, Hood Realty is the fight to hold onto that real estate in an ever-changing Liberty City underworld. Think about it:
- The downfall of TLMC leaves Acter wide open; the AOD are relegated to being nothing more than a myth - who snaps up all that turf?
- The McRearys are no more, sad as it is. Packie is in LS, Gerry is doing 25-to-life. Derrick is dead. As much as I love him, it doesn't look good for Gordon. Steinway probably becomes a major battleground for warring gangs from the projects and the Spanish Lords from Cerveza Heights, all looking for a piece.
- The Russians, Ancelottis and Pegorinos got f*cked up, big time. The remaining Pegorinos are probably nothing more than a glorified Alderney crew under the thumb of the Pavanos. Ancelottis are undoubtedly being ran into the ground by a plethora of idiots the Old Man inducted to fill the ranks after their entire chain of command was wiped out. The only major Russian left is Petrovic.
So in effect, you could build up to another San Andreas where the MOB expand all throughout the boroughs, all while competing with an uprising of new organizations and the dwindling gangs of old. Or even better, make it so there's this huge alliance between the street gangs of Liberty City: M.O.B in Broker, the Steinway Projects in Dukes, North Holland Hustlers in Algonquin and someone representing Bohan, and it's tearing itself apart with each outfit trying to f*ck the other to come out on top.
Food for thought off the top of my head, but it could work for you. Won't work half as well as it could if you don't finish Hood Property, though.
I'll be by to check out your latest mission.
Northern San Andreas, 1976. On the surface San Fierro is a warm and welcoming city for those outcast and socially marginalized. However, at its core the city is plauged with an indulgance of drugs, prostitution and cold blooded murder. Here, three vastly different, yet equally dangerous, criminals are brought together to form the largest syndicate San Andreas had ever seen, which will shake the entire state to it's very foundations.
This sounds like a great case for 70s Northern California with three badass protagonists to boot. I've just picked up on who Wei Cheng is. Well played making him one of your three. That could very well be a stroke of genius, NV.
I don't know about you, Sons of Fortune sounds just fine to me. I can only think of Sons of Saigon (being that the club is a company of 'Nam veterans) but I can't see a group of bikers standing back to back, assault rifles slung over shoulders, charging into a bunch of police roaring that name like I can imagine the almighty chants of "SOF!"
My only gripe with Felix J is that you've got him pushing cocaine, with the implication being this leads into his dealings with the almighty syndicate. You can buy a hell of a night at the discotheque with a little beak but nothing destroyed neighborhoods and lined those polyester pockets in the 70s like heroin. You'll miss a trick if you don't involve the Golden Triangle in some way, especially considering your protagonists: one just back from Vietnam, one fresh off the boat from Yangshan.
Either way you go with it, I love the setting and you've got a strong collective of protagonists: you've got yourself a follower.