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Lost and Damned (*storyline spoilers*)

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OGLuke
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Posted 24 September 2013 - 07:37 PM

After Trevor stomps the crap outta johnny K. and informs The Lost along of his demise what happens to Terry and Clay afterwards? Does Trevor kill them or do they escape?


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Posted 24 September 2013 - 07:38 PM

Johnny, Terry and Clay are all dead along with many other of their brother bikers.

 

Rockstar dropped the ball on that story choice.


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Posted 24 September 2013 - 07:42 PM

Johnny, Terry and Clay are all dead along with many other of their brother bikers.

 

Rockstar dropped the ball on that story choice.

 

It feel so weird that R* killed off the Lost Chapter in LC after I did over 500 gang wars. kind of pissed about it really.


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Posted 24 September 2013 - 11:13 PM Edited by jlamay, 24 September 2013 - 11:14 PM.

I don't get why they did that part. Why knock off the LC bikers?! It pissed me off too.


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Posted 25 September 2013 - 05:36 AM

Yeah it's messed up that pretty much every character from TLAD ends up dead (including Ashley).

 

Makes replaying TLAD a very sombre experience.


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Posted 25 September 2013 - 07:21 AM

It seems bad, but it'll make sense if you replay TLAD.

 

Where did The Lost MC of Alderney end up at the finale? Their clubhouse was burned down, the chapter almost entirely killed off due to a civil war. Johnny can barely shake off his drug-addicted on-off girlfriend, they have little or no means of income, and Johnny only has a home because he killed the guy hiding in it. When you finish the storyline in the expansion, The Lost are pretty much dead in the water, which is why they ended up moving.

 

And Johnny's not perfect, either. He's a hothead criminal surrounded by drugs and murder, with a drug addict that he can't keep himself away from. He played a big part in the civil war himself.

 

Frankly, it's no surprise that he'd end up a meth head. Tough or not, getting himself addicted to hard drugs like that will take a huge toll on you. What you're seeing is the logical conclusion of TLAD's storyline.

 

It's also all part of GTA V's general deconstruction of their past characters. Michael "beat the game" like Tommy Vercetti or CJ did, but he can't handle civilian life and has no clue how to raise a family. His wife is an ex-stripper and their love for one another was questionable from the start. He may have money, but he's miserable and itching to get back to a dangerous life. Trevor is a more realistic example of the psychotic career criminal that you often play as in GTA-style games: an unrelenting psychopath who prefers to shoot anyone who bothers him, which results in him being downright dangerous to be around (let alone work with), preventing anyone from trusting him, and living in squalor.

 

Even Franklin, the one who makes the biggest improvement in status over the course of the game, doesn't end up happy. He has almost no friends, lost relationships and friendships over his attempts to get out of the ghetto and forget his hood rat friends, and had to deal with two hotheads that can't get along and are downright liabilities.

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