My Sandy Shores mysteries featuring Ursula continues!
Thinking she might actually yell out "Johnny's Back!" for a third time in a row, I took her out again.
Saying it is a 'bit of a drive', she got into position to play with Trevor's mister winky.
Driving past Trevor's trailer van, an explosion occurred, completely all of a sudden.
I thought this is it! The Lost are going to lynch me on the streets!
But then no, I circled a few times around, finding nothing. Except this burned out truck at the trailer's garage, which is what exploded it in the first place.
I realize it was the monster truck I had stored in the garage for Trevor.
So did the game glitched it out of the garage and had it explode when the garage door was closing on it?
How come it never occurred before when I went by the trailer? and only now with Ursula?
She didn't yelled out "Johnny's back!" this time around either.
A couple days later I took her out again.
Driving past the trailer, nothing happened. No vehicles glitching out of the garage for explosion
Then, barely five seconds after passing by the trailer, my left rear car wheel started to catch on fire. As I was pondering just how could that even be possible as I was driving on the wet sands near the bay, my car then exploded in sudden Steven Spielberg fashion. Trevor and Ursula went toast!
Coming out of the hospital, I had to go fetch me another body armor at ammunation.
Now, akin to how the ammunition clerk near Simeon's car dealer shop has unique conversations with Franklin after "The Long Stretch" mission, the clerk at Sandy Shores, called Melvin, knows Trevor personally.
And this time they had this exchange:
"I don't mean to pry, but is it true about all them bikers that got killed?"
"All you do is pry, Melvin. It's the only thing you've got left. I have been feeling fairly betrayed recently by the local community ,yes, and seeking reparations for any wrongdoings."
"I always kinda liked Johnny K."
"Oh you did, did you? well, there might still nbe a bit of him on the bottom of my foot, if you're pining for a reunion?"
"No, no. Just forget I said anything."
It's amazing just how new situations seems to come up in the middle of things in this game, even if it is simply to return home after modding a vehicle. As such with Franklin, I encountered a random encounter with a Lost footsolider on my way back to Los Santos. And Franklin would ask about what that patch on "the back of your jacket" means, and wonder if he was an "Angel of Death" or something, which is interesting to see how Franklin has at least heard about the Angels.
The Lost biker naturally took offense and shouted off how the Angels are all finished, "a myth".
Michael at least knows who the Lost MCs are, as shown during the car ride conversation with Trevor during the Offshore Merryweather heist. Trevor would talk about his 'industry' and of having appropriated the Sandy Shores airfield, which Michael suggests that the last managers of the area weren't too happy about it, and Trevor in turn vaguely states that the Lost had hit a difficult financial downturn recently, and Michael laughs off at how Trevor hasn't changed in always taking on with the bigger man/organization.
So on one hand Franklin heard of the Angels and isn't familiar with the Lost, but Michael is aware of the Lost Motorcycle Club's presence in Blaine County.
It is indeed interesting how one character knows things the other doesn't within the same huge universe, and not how everyone has heard of or knows the same things.