warning - spoilers ahead
Lately since the release of GTA 5, I've seen a good deal of whining around here regarding how Trevor killed Johnny. I've heard it all, from how some people are bummed out due to the fact that Johnny went down without a fight to people who throw grenades at Trevor's trailer in multiplayer. Are you guys being that sad about the death of a fictional online character? I'm not going to lie, Johnny was my favorite out of the GTA 4 trilogy protagonists, and don't get me wrong, his death was a shock to me. However, seeing people mourn Johnny as if he were a real person and "wishing death" on Trevor, a fictional video game character, for killing Johnny, another fictional video game character.
You guys have to accept that Johnny wasn't going to live forever, nor will Niko, Luis, or if it makes you feel any better, Trevor. People in real life have a tendency to die, and video game characters are no exception. Johnny isn't immortal. And even if Trevor hadn't killed him, he would've succumbed to his meth addiction. I mean, goddamn. Look at how thin he is in V compared to TLAD. And even in the slim chance that meth wouldn't kill him, Johnny would probably get killed living the "hardcore biker life", like getting in a bad motorcycle wreck or something like that. And EVEN if that didn't kill him, he would've died from old age or something.
I'll admit, Johnny should've have had a bigger appearance in V (much like 3/4 of the non-government characters), and although I was bummed out that Johnny got killed by Trevor, you have to come to terms that people die. And when people die, we mourn our losses and move on. I mean, f*ck. Johnny would've wanted you guys to move on with your lives than to sit around and complain as to how he got killed, if you believe him to be holier-than-thou.