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Lost MC vs. Angels of Death vs. Uptown Riders vs. San Andreas (GTA V D

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Now that you've survived my wall of text invasion ...

  1. *crushed by the wall of text armada* (3 votes [12.50%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  2. I read it all, and have reached a new level of spiritual enlightenment. I feel better about myself now. *optional 'kifflom'* (1 votes [4.17%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 4.17%

  3. Fun read, although it's naturally hopeless for it to be a 'reality'. Then again, this realization too is fitting for the biker trope! (2 votes [8.33%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 8.33%

  4. It's full of nonsense, and doesn't resemble a GTA game either! Boo! (1 votes [4.17%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 4.17%

  5. *crushed by size of the poll* (3 votes [12.50%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 12.50%

  6. It does indeed plays differently than the standard GTA, might as well make an entire new game out of this. (1 votes [4.17%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 4.17%

  7. Even for DLC standard, this WAY too big. Maybe as an 'expansion'? God I miss those. (2 votes [8.33%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 8.33%

  8. I enjoyed the narrative and gameplay choice for all three biker gangs. (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  9. My favorite is the Uptown Rider's portion. (1 votes [4.17%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 4.17%

  10. My favorite is the Lost MC's portion ... Obviously! (1 votes [4.17%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 4.17%

  11. I never thought I'd say this, but the Angels of Death's portion is full of awesome! (2 votes [8.33%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 8.33%

  12. I wouldn't want to play as the Uptown Riders at all! (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  13. Whoa, I never thought I'll see the day where the Lost MC are such a bunch of Losers! (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  14. The only fun i'll have with the Angels of Death, is if I get to kill them, from the title screen, all the way to the end credits! (1 votes [4.17%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 4.17%

  15. Man, your favoritism towards the Angels of Death rather than the Lost is a disgrace! Traitor!! (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  16. Lol you didn't posted this in the GTA V forum section! (1 votes [4.17%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 4.17%

  17. WHAT DO YOU MEAN THIS IS BUT A FAN FICTION AND IT ISN'T REAL?!! *starts a riot* (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  18. What? no Jim? no Angus? no interiors? no burger shots? NO NORTH YANTON? PFT HAHAHA, this is terrible! (2 votes [8.33%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 8.33%

  19. Coward, where's my mission to kill Mister Philips?!! (2 votes [8.33%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 8.33%

  20. But ... I want to know How It Ends!! TELL US!!! (1 votes [4.17%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 4.17%

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Posted 27 November 2013 - 08:53 PM

Completely unfeasible GTA V DLC ideas thread relating to the Lost and Damned seems to be getting popular around here. How could you expect that I won't drop the bomb on this matter as well?

A bit of a background on how I dug up my ideas.

 

At first, with the repeated mentioning of 'Johnny Terry and Clay', it became apparent that there could have been a story with these three characters as switchable protagonists, taking place way prior to the events of GTA V.

With Terry, player gets to engage into the meth and arms trading business.

Clay oversees territorial survey, and Johnny leads and handle overall relationships with various gangs as well as management in Lost territories.

But then this idea seemed rather tame in the sense that there is no need to make all three protagonists as Lost bikers; one Lost biker protagonist would have been sufficient and one is all that is needed to tackle all the different sides of the operation.

But bearing the interesting concept of multitude of protagonists in mind, the next step is to wonder who else is going to fill up the character slots and what the story is going to be about. The trafficking deals of Blaine County seemed like the obvious route, but really, did we wanted to play as the Mexican cartel as well as the Lost bikers? would it matter to have three different drug dealing gangs instead of just one?

Then it was the realization that Rockstar already did the work: they created Three biker gangs for the current GTA universe.

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So there you have it, Uptown Riders, Angels of Death, and Lost MC.

Now you might start wondering what's the point in having three different biker gangs, they are still going to play the 'same' and it wouldn't be such a different issue as the above mentioned 'play as three different drug cartels' scenario.

The idea here is that each of the biker gang are in Los Santos and Blaine County for different purposes, and all three have negative run-ins with the law enforcement. And the three biker gangs don't behave friendly with one another either.

Last but not least, each of the three gangs includes their own new gameplay features and playstyles to accommodate their individual story.

The theme of the story concerns that of the 'facade', the public 'image', and the overall deceitful nature of those hiding behind the insignia and symbol, whether it be a flag or set of ideals, and in these case, the logo patch of the biker gangs.

A couple of things I ought to mention before diving into the thick of it:

First is that the story is set at an unspecified time Well After the events of GTA V. And so if you're on a itchy trigger finger to face mister Philips, don't bother, you won't find him.

Second is that this game proposal suggests a playstyle that is significantly different from GTA V or even past GTAs. Heists are not much at stake here either, mostly also due to the fact that our three protagonists aren't friendly to one another, and in fact, might as well point that out now, they never will be. It borrows more from GTA IV and the Episodes from Liberty City in terms of creating a specific mood and style, both visual and gameplay, in depicting the three different stories, rather than GTA V's more streamlined rendition.

To the GTA V players who complained so much about the lack of interior accessibility, you won't find such a focus on accessing 'interiors' either. We find it more engaging in handling the outdoor scenery, especially with the biker trope, unless you wanted to see a scene where bikers storm through a mall and riding through stairways on their Harleys.

... hey that's actually a decent idea!

 

THE STORY

 

UPTOWN RIDERS

 

 
The Uptown Riders are in Los Santos to oversee their import and export relations with the neighboring foreign countries, notably Japan and their selection of motorcycles. The Uptown Riders have gone a long way from the gangland and hood violence; the merchandising idea they had back in Liberty is now their full-time legitimate business and enterprise.

The law enforcement of San Andreas however believes otherwise, they are unconditionally convinced that the Uptown Riders are up to no good, and will stop at nothing to push the Uptown into cracking under pressure and reveal their true enterprise and intentions in Los Santos.

It's a struggle between fundamental prejudice and the hyper-fear of shadow networks. The law enforcement seek to protect society by means of pre-emptive strike, not necessarily due to a corrupt network. The Uptown are just unlucky to have such a negative past image and relations with other gang violence, which they must stress that it is no longer the case today, in order to secure their legitimate international trade enterprise.

 

LOST BROTHERHOOD

 

The Lost MC makes a gathering at Blaine County, led by the neighbor San Fierro Chapter, joined by a delegate from the Vice City Chapter, and a couple more from Carcer City. At first it appeared sensible that the gathering reunion is both to investigate and avenge the demise of the Blaine County Chapter, especially considering the members that came all the way from the east coast. But a dispute of sorts occurs between the different chapters as different sets of motivations are laid out on the table.

The Vice City chapter isn't as keen on avenging Johnny Klebitz's death as much as they seek to reinstate the 'coast to coast' operation they've barely got started, wishing to continue the flow of this nation wide enterprise and keep their income steady.

The Carcer chapter -a natural 'spiritual successor' to the whole grit and noise-filter tone of Lost and Damned- are adamant in avenging Johnny, believing that sticking to the principles of 'Lost but not Forgotten' is the way to go.

The San Fierro chapter, which is blamed by the other chapters for not having thought of coming to Blaine County sooner to help their neighboring chapter, is met with a lack of 'care'. The San Fierro chapter argues that each of the biker chapter are meant to be living independently from one another, and the successes and failures of each is of nobody but the chapter's own business. Furthermore, the San Fierro chapter is a relatively quiet chapter, they neither deal in drugs or arms trafficking, instead living it off the life of the brotherhood, but in peace, not senseless bloodshed, using even the past Liberty City counterpart as evident example it.

A couple of off-hand references could be made regarding Angus and even the diamonds from GTA IV. The Vice Chapter would have been revealed to be partly funded by Jerry the hobo would found the diamonds and set up a gun shop in Vice. Meanwhile Angus would have gone to Carcer city when Johnny Terry and Clay wanted to make the cross country trip, effectively wishing to retire, and now, after the news of Johnny's end, Angus personally requested a couple of Carcer bikers to head over to Blaine County, to amend his regret of not having convinced Johnny enough to seek an alternative from the meth business.

 

ANGELS OF DEATH

 

The Angels of Death receives a different form of treatment compared to the other two biker gangs. The Angels lost their Los Santos and Blaine County territory during the past years after the Liberty chapter came and evicted the Angels by force from their 'home', their original biker movement birth place.

Instead of the usual stereotype of death metal blaring 'eat and choke on my boomstick' portrayal of the past, the Angel's side of the story is a more somber and lonely trip.

 

Interestingly, playing as the Angels may evoke more memories of Lost and Damned than actually playing as the 'business-only' type of the Lost in this new story.

The Angels of Death in this story are nothing but a ragged patch of roaming brothers. They don't have a home turf, they don't have a place to rest, they only have the jacket on their back, the bikes they ride, and their members close to one another. Contrary to the Lost and Uptown gangs, there isn't a single 'nameless goon' with the Angels. They all have a face and specific characteristic in this twelve angry men convoy.

The story is that after the news that Johnny and co have been eradicated, it gave hope to the homeless Angels to resurface in a bid to claim what was 'rightfully theirs'. Yet their low number, no-organization feel, makes it evident that they are just a patch of nomad outlaws, dagger knives that can travel fast, hit hard, and continue on their road, never stopping. Yet at the same time, going nowhere.

Inspiration to this whole 'nomad' feel can be taken from excerpts in Red Dead Redemption, specifically the treatment of the angry native-americans in revolt of their stolen land seen in the third act.

 

The Angels of Death portrayed here borrows this sentiment of loss, of being pushed by the looming society out of their habitat. That and the endless days spent wandering under the sun surely cooked up some unwanted thoughts in their heads. The Angels doesn't necessarily indulge into drugs as much as they went partially unhinged, with a string of mysticism flair into the ordeal.

The intentions in delivering the Angel's portion of the story is to re-ignite this 'grounded' approach evoked in Lost and Damned, where the brotherhood mantra is dealt in the forefront, and adding this confined and personal feel to the character you play with, down to the movement he makes on mounting his bike, as if it really was his 'steed' rather than some mere means of transportation, which is unlike how the Uptowns or Lost would behave.

 

CLASH OF THE OUTLAWS

 

The inevitable clash between the three biker gangs and the law enforcement comes in various ways.

 

ANGELS vs. UPTOWN vs. LOS SANTOS

 

When the Angels of Death makes a trip to Los Santos and spots the de-valuation of the Uptown Riders, of the fact that ex-outlaw gangs would now 'whore' themselves out to appease society, through merchandizing and posters, a celebrity stylized outlook, they decided to pull a hit and run on them. Not as much for the white supremacist ideals of the past but rather for the principle of 'once an outlaw, always an outlaw'. It's this idea they hold that there was something sacred to begin with in this whole biker movement, and the self promotion and merchandising of the Uptown is something hideously shameful. Not the least of which is that the Angels had experiences with placing a positive 'public image' back in Liberty, and that whole program went to the toilet as soon as their primal urge and evident nature took form again during the war with the Lost.

When the Angels attacked and the Uptown had to defend themselves, the police monitors the situation, and rather than assisting the assaulted Uptowns, they let the gang violence deal on its own, before placing the blame on both parties. With the media news team heavily on the side of law enforcement, sending words of caution to the citizens of Los Santos regarding the biker menace, is an injustice the Uptown are outraged at.

 

Negative publicity was what the Uptown dreaded to have, and to top it all, unhinged bikers on their trail.

 

LOST versus BLAINE COUNTY versus ANGELS

 

 

After the many Blaine County incidents depicted in V, the countryside sheriffs have received a greater budget and resource to counter any other increasing threat, which poses difficulty for the Lost to re-instate the drug business.

The investigations on Johnny and co's demise is met with cold trail when local cartel could not be more specific as to 'who' actually done it other than it was just some crazed hobo with a shotgun.

 

This is placed in a context where 'Trevor Philips Industries' is shown to be really unknown to much other than, well, Trevor himself and his personal friends.

Scouting the McKenzie airstrip and the Sandy Shores airfield will lead the Lost to run-ins with the law, who had just recently seized both areas.

The Lost eventually come to have a run-in with the Angels, which not only lead the Lost to huge disbelief that the Angels 'still exists', but it convinced them that the Angels were the 'crazed hobos' responsible for catching Johnny and co off-guard in the first place.

The fact that the equally angry Angels neither confirm nor deny the accusations, as the Angels find that the Lost themselves have already much to answer for their current condition, leads to an even easier war ignition.

 

ANGELS versus BLAINE COUNTY versus LOS SANTOS

 

With the Uptown and Lost under heavy surveillance from the law and taking all the manhunt resources and budget, and the fact that the Angels operates in desert nomad fashion, easily leads to their 'myth' status from city officials.

 

Virtually all acts committed by the Angels are blamed upon either the Lost or Uptown, notably because these two biker gangs have a much broader size and influence, and also because the city officials and sheriffs find that the Lost and Angels are 'pretty much the same sad thing', and therefor does not take care in differentiating the two gangs when they have violent encounters. The law treats it as if the Lost were fighting amongst themselves, a belief not so unpopular based on the fact that the Lost are a drug dealing gang, and thus not unsurprising to be prone to self-destruction.

 

GAMEPLAY AND ATMOSPHERE

 

In General, it should be noted that the busted/arrested system is treated differently than in past GTAs. Law enforcements are now capable of forcing their suspects to arrest and deny them a 'suicide by cop' last stand by completely surrounding the player, and/or by means of using non-lethal weapons to incapacitate the player.

This causes the player to be cut-off from his allies and deny them a chance to assist their downed friend.

 

Health system have also been altered, giving a separate health bar to physical pain attained from traffic accidents, and another bar for gunshot wounds. This new system applies to all three gang characters, as well as removal of the 'special abilities' bar in return.

 

Individual Character Stats makes a return, although they now remain 'fixed' and can not be improved so easily as in GTA V. 

All three bikers features specialties in driving bikes. Uptown has specialties in Stealth, Lost in Flying, Angels in Stamina.

 

 

Similar to Grand Theft Auto V and its "pursuit of the almighty dollar", the three biker gangs in San Andreas are here mostly for business rather than pleasure. Money is earned in a different fashion, rather than playing the stock markets or abusing the robbery system, each gang has its specific story-related methods in appropriating their resources.

As such, each of the three biker gangs as its own series of gameplay rules and features, all three following the mantra of a specific "M" for 'Money', which are: the Merchandizing, the Meth, and the Myth.

 

UPTOWN RIDERS - the Merchandizing

 

"Business is business. And the Angels? They're the Angels" ~ Jim Fitzgerald, 2008, Alderney

 

The Uptown Riders have to maintain a respectable public appearance throughout the two week in-game time needed until the shipment they're expecting from Japan arrives. In the meantime they rented off a giant hotel complex in Los Santos, serving as the player and the gang's pimped out safehouse, the entire top floors of the hotel suites never goes through a quiet night to say the least.

 

The playable character is one of the three available-to-play lieutenants of the Uptown Riders, the other two that the player doesn't play as remains your NPC companion.

What this means is that you only get to play as the other two if the one you currently have control over is either in jail/busted, or in the hospital/wasted.

The three lieutenants are not in charge of the gang, they take orders from the higher ranked officers and commanders.

The point of having three-playable-characters within the same gang is due to this concept of keeping the 'respectable popularity' with the city and its citizens: the Uptowns can not afford to repeatedly gain police attention, therefor if your playable character attracts trouble, it will not only bring heat to him but to the entire organization.

 

You will need to juggle between the actions you partake in and the public relations minigame, which is essentially a dialogue based sequence where you find the best way to promote popularity with the city that praises the excess.

Other means of attaining positive point with the media comes from promoting merchandising items with citizens on the streets. Creating websites and signing deals with various marketing department leads to greater recognition of the Uptown Riders, up to having large publicity banners raised on tall buildings and skyscrapers.

Word of caution though, the more you raise your popularity, the more you 'whore' yourself out in the eyes of the Angels of Death, and the more you risk getting attacked.

Getting provoked into an attack leads you to either fight back, or attempting to flee the scene.

Fighting back results in a series of survival encounter where you hold on as long as you can until the Angels retreats. Because the Angels of Death are comprised of just twelve unique characters, they can not be easily killed through gameplay, and will always flee before risking near death.

 

Fighting back also results in police notoriety, which will often lead to your character getting arrested and spend time in jail.

During the time where your character is in jail, you've still got the two other lieutenants to play with. Note however that if all three are in jail or incapacitated, you will be forced to deduct a large sum to have your character bailed out. Again, due to the uneasy relationship the Uptown has with city officials, the characters that are busted aren't so easily released after several in game hours and a sum of money, it doesn't work like that with the Uptown. Releasing a jailed member requires huge lawyer fees and setting bails, and the lieutenants are a necessity to the Uptown to ensure protection until the oversea deal arrives after two in game weeks time. Having a high popularity rate will make the law a bit more lenient to your cause, but only just.

 

Players might decide to basically force-sleep your character until the timed deadline arrives, making the process easier and skipping risky gameplay. Doing so however causes the game to force players into playing as either the Lost or the Angels while the Uptown character is sleeping, and once the character is awake, he will not be permitted to sleep again as he'll be bossed around by his superiors, stating they didn't hire him so that he can rest all day.

Getting wounded by means of traffic accident causes your character to be spending a hefty time in the hospital, waiting for treatment of your bones to heal, or at least until the adrenaline boost drug makes it so that you can walk out of the hospital again. If all three characters are to spend time in hospital then the Uptown will suffer a great blow in their popularity rate, as suddenly no one would be there to keep an eye out of things in the public relations.

 

Characters that are wounded by means of gunshots spend less time at the hospital, but will have to tackle the press and law figures before being allowed to walk out the streets.

 

The three-character system also allows you to strategize on which role each lieutenant should take. You could assign for one to strictly act as the 'hitman', which means the brute enforcer. His role would be to attack and defend the Uptowns in case of an attack, or as a payback, but not wearing the Uptown colors or patch, wearing a blank jacket and bandana instead. This therefor sever his 'relation' to the Uptowns, and would often require to spend time in hiding waiting for things to cool off after every hit. But the advantage is that if caught in the act, the police would not associate his dealings with the Uptown, so therefor only he and him alone takes the blame, should things go wrong.

 

You could also assign another strictly as the entrepreneur or PR representative and avoid using him in any combat situations.

 

LOST BROTHERHOOD - the Meth

 

"Times are difficult, there's a recession going on. And as such, you have to make a few compromises" ~ Johnny Klebitz, 2008, Liberty City

 

With the Lost MC, the player plays as a nameless Lost prospect, or rather, as a whole 'basket' of Lost prospects.
Contrary to the Uptown lieutenants, if the Prospect dies, then he stays dead, and the player is given another Lost prospect to play with.

If the Prospect is arrested, then he is kept in jail or in the penitentiary. If kept in the penitentiary, you could pay visit to him. There is no possibility for bailouts, and unlike the Uptowns who are given the choice as to whether disclose the lack of relations with the arrested lieutenant or not, the Lost prospect will always be viewed upon as guilty as they refuse to give-in to media representative, and as proud as they are of being part of the Lost Brotherhood, the prospect will never consider denying his involvement either.

The difference between each of the given prospect to play with comes in fact from the different chapters. Once the player loses the prospect from the Vice chapter, he'll next be playing as the Carcer chapter prospect, then the San Fierro chapter, then back at Vice, and so on. Never as the same chapter twice in a row.

 

The jailed prospect will also only be visited by his 'brother' from the same chapter he is from. So if he was with the Carcer chapter, the player may have to lose two more prospects before returning to the Carcer chapter and be able to pay his brother a visit.

 

This new system of wasted/busted comes in relation to the in-universe treatment of the Lost figures when they are either 'lost but not forgotten' or 'buried alive', as seen in their website and clubhouse memorial, as portrayed in Lost and Damned.

 

All three Lost chapters are united together in Blaine county however, and all operate under the same flag. The difference being their chapter leader's intentions, which may occasionally give rise to alternative objective depending on which of the chapter you ride by. But never is the idea seeking to betray one another put in place.

Unless the story demands for a schism to be put in place ... And whether the Angels of Death places enough pressure on the Lost ...

 

Because the Sandy Shores Airfield and McKenzie Hangar are under the sheriff's surveillance, the Lost find themselves setting camp Within the northern woods and mountain valleys, making use of this often overlooked map territory in GTA V. The tricky road path and desolate feel of the area gives them the ideal position to set up shop, including a makeshift helipad.

 

The Lost's goal is to re-instate their meth market, as such the player will have to protect, escort, and lead the different merchandises and take them to the areas closest to where it is destined to. San Fierro from up north for example would regularly send in shipment by sea, requiring you to use the helicopter and retrieve the out-of-bounds merchandises in the Pacific Ocean and head back to the mountains.

 

Meanwhile the export business back to Vice needs you to follow the highways in the east sides of the map and head to the docks at the Elysian Island down south, another under-used territory in GTA V, and operate your smuggling business there, before even potentially setting-up an outpost there in one of the abandoned warehouses.

Other possible outposts of use includes the two bars often frequented by Blaine County Lost Bikers, the Hookies on the west, and another bar in the north east of Los Santos.
The Blaine County Lost that remains in these two bars may not take kindly to the 'other' Lost chapter's involvement for various reasons as well; disliking Vice chapter's blunt intention of just wanting to return to the trafficking business and the San Fierro chapter for not having sent assistance sooner, for example.

Meanwhile the Carcer chapter often tackles head-on against local Latin American gangs in their relentless investigation of Klebitz's death, which in turn leads to unwanted attention with the other lucrative businesses.

 

 

ANGELS OF DEATH - the Myth

 

"Today, the Angels are finished! They're but a myth!" ~ Random Lost Biker, 2013, San Andreas

 

As described earlier the Angels of Death have neither a home nor territory of their own, except for their bikes, and their brothers, and perhaps even 'sisters' given the out-of-shape situation they are in, anybody still friendly to one another counts.

Perhaps the biggest notable difference as soon as you start playing as the Angels is their complete disregard for tools of the digital age. Namely, mini-map and cellphones. They use neither.

The mini-map hud is thus gone, requiring the player to explore the landscape through their own senses and memories. This further gives the sprawling 'scope' feel of the land and city, the camera by default is also given a wider edge and look.

 

The lack of cellphone isn't so much as a detriment when you consider how the gang always roll together, so you can never lose track of your close allies. However the lack of cellphone also suggests the lack of 'touch' with the media and news of world events, further giving the Angels this desolate and 'ruined' feel.

Lack of cellphone to contact your allies is replaced by a new selection of 'handling orders' table, akin to the new select weapon slow motion wheel, the Angels can give and receive orders from one another. Orders ranges from taking cover in a specific position you aim your cursor at, targeting a specific enemy or vehicle, defending, suppress, or retreat.

 

You only play as One Angel of Death member, however, because of their small number and lack of hierarchy -implied to be a mutual decision to treat each other as equals-, they are each as valuable to one another. So while you can give out orders to assist you, you can also be expected to receive orders asking for your aid.

The Angels of Death characters are named specifically so that, if taken by the first alphabet letter of their first name, you can form out "The Lost (and) Damned B", 'B' as in 'side-B' or 'part II', or just 'bikers'.
Here's an example of the first names given to the bikers, point remains on the use of the first letter anagram:

Theodore - Holden - Edmund

Lynch - Otto - Smith - (Theodore)

Dustin - Arthur - Mortimer - Norman - (Edmund) - (Dustin)

And finally Bain, the playable protagonist.
The name comes mostly from 'Blaine' County, but the etymology of the name can also be traced to the slang for 'bones', referring to the skeletal enterprise of the Angels, or 'white', which refers to the near-white supremacist mantra of the gang in its past days, and last but not least 'Bain' is also French word for 'bath', which is what he and his buddies here are sorely needing, and adds to the whole Rockstar humor thing.

Aside from this easter egg to Lost and Damned's title, the importance here is to stress out the Angel's unity despite being a wrecked flagless gang. The contrast here is in having a full cast of named character, each with his own avatar model, voice, and personality, against the nameless and endless supply of prospect goons from the Lost and the constant measures of business value and interest the Uptown treats its own.

The Angels of Death treats the Wasted and Busted system differently as well.

 

If Bain is severely wounded he will black out, and awaken some time later at a distant location as the Angels treats his wounds through a limited supply of medicine and drugs they have. This limited supply of medicine will have to be constantly refurbished and appropriated, through theft, either at hospitals or by sabotaging supply trains.

The aspect of Biker attacking supply trains, either through derailing the train or jumping on board from drive-bys, along with their general rugged and covered in dust appearance, intentionally gives a reminiscent look to the age old classic view of the native americans and bandit attacks on passenger trains during the wild west.

The dirty look of the Angels in general also serves as a narrative tool wherein the sheriffs are unable to see the difference between them and the Lost, and therefor falsely accusing of the Lost on the acts perpetrated by the Angels, which leaves the Lost confused, and provoking suspicion on one another amongst the three Lost chapters that are striking their fragile alliance.
Contributing to the themes of perception and public identities.

 

This is part of the increasingly volatile relationship tackled between each gangs, as the acts that benefits each biker gang ends up causing harm or provoking another. An idea that was tackled with the Trinity affair in GTA IV, but disappointingly under-used in GTA V.

Attacking supply trains and military convoys in the desert, with options of setting wide variety of ambushes in the hills, is also a necessity for the Angels to appropriate their weapon arsenal. This gives a more desperate angle and necessity in 'looting' for supplies when playing as the Angels, where they simply walk into an Ammunation shop an buy their arsenal for two reasons.

There's an increase in city-wide lockdown regarding the whole biker menace situation -partially affecting the Uptown and Lost as well in regards to Ammunation- thus leading the appropriation of high-grade hardware from these biker gangs difficult. Secondly, whereas the Uptowns and Lost have the money resources to 'bribe' vendors into backroom deals, the Angels doesn't have a dime in their pocket.

 

Nor does the Angels feel the need to appropriate monetary resources either, as the things they need, weapons and health kits, can be appropriated through brute force.
Only if the story demands that the Angels gain a necessary fund do their resort into ugly businesses that can get them the money they need to use it for whatever reasons they inquire to, and not spending it for leisure or clothing or ammos, unlike most other GTA protagonists ever does. The Angels strictly use money as a source to attain their goal, and progress the storyline, in their continuous work of attaining their mythical status.

If Bain is arrested, the law will similarly keep him in jail as they will do to the Lost prospects.
However, rather than just leaving their brother to rot, the remaining 'lost and damned' Angels will ... you've guessed it. Storm the place and free their brother.

 

This either leads to storming the local sheriff's office or police precinct, by numerous means of just walking by the front door or using a tanker to bust into the building, or wait until the prison bus leading to the penitentiary is on route to attack the moving target.

The player will temporally play as another member of the Angels in the meantime, and can not proceed through the story unless Bain is freed again. This will require to perform more train robberies or convoy ambushes if resources are low to carry the operation.

 

If Bain is repeatedly arrested in the same location that the Angels have already succeeded in breaking him out from, the law enforcement's presence will increase.

And finally, if needed, Bain will be directly sent to the state penitentiary.

So what do the Angels do? They storm the bigger castle and free their comrade.

 

What was once a singular story event is now treated as an optional/random gameplay event, that may or may not be repeated.

 

If Lost prospects were located in the penitentiary during the prison break, they will along with the other prisoners attempt to flee, and if successful they'll return to their chapter and bring them of the news of the death roving Angels, further leading to jaw-dropping reactions.
The player can also choose to directly find and kill the imprisoned Lost prospect, if they so wishes, and recognizes the Lost prospect's face during the riot.

 

Because of the importance of the Angels of Death biker members as oppose to nameless troopers, there's bound to be some gameplay tweaks as to how gunfights will now occur. Rather than killing-off the Angels easily when playing as Lost or Uptown, they can only force the Angels to properly retreat, or at best, survive the random attacks and flee.
If an Angel is wounded, their medical attention and needs are obligatory for the player to watch over. Wounded Angels can't just be tapped in the back and pulled back on their feet, they will have to be escorted away from the scene, which will also force a couple of other Angels to ride their wounded friend away, back to a secluded random hideout.

 

And because the Angels never contacts by means of traceable communication, the law and rival gangs can never properly locate the nomad Angels' hideouts.

Setting up a temporary hideout with the Angels allows the player to enjoy some passive and 'safe' moments with the other characters, through banters and drinking and laughing, a montage of sorts to depict this very close and bonding brotherhood, and a far cry to the always "deadbeat" enemy to be shamelessly killed as shown in past games.

The Angels of Death are also depicted as half-unhinged through other moments during these passive safe zone moments. Bain for example will often be fixated on the watching of the starry night stars. At times, if reverting back to the Angels after playing through with Lost and Uptown, transition moments may also depict Bain rambling on his own, drinking on his own while walking in the desert and tossing the beer bottle to the ground. But unlike GTA V protagonists who may also be caught in similar situations, Bain never seems to be 'drunk', and the screen never goes hazy or wobbles around.
Instead at times it even appears to give an additional 'flair' to the visual, at times even making it seem clearer.

 

These are part of the plot points regarding the 'landless' mentality of this lost tribe, and overall the most depressing, if not atmospheric, story content in this three-sided-tale.

 

 

And as you can see, probably the biggest contribution in terms of actual narrative and gameplay content I've contributed! And there's more!

 

 

Mission markers are treated differently, mostly due to the lack of the mini map GPS HUD.

In Red Dead Redemption and GTA V, the 'strangers' side missions would at times, rather than pinpointing an exact spot to trigger the next sub-objective, display a circular colored area at one spot of the map, tasking the playing in finding the object or person of interest within the vague designated spot.

Angels of Death's mission structure takes great inspiration from this idea, and applying it to its whole mission branch: when starting as the Angels, if you head over to the pause menu map screen, you'll see a gigantic red colored circle that covers the entire map of the game.

The idea here is to immerse the players into this nomad feel of "knives travelling through the desert" by never precisely indicating 'where' a mission has to be started. Instead, players are encouraged to simply ride along with the whole convoy across the entire map, and missions are triggered instantly as you ride along and pass by the appropriate location. Except that since it is never properly indicated on-screen, it lends to this idea that the Angels operate under a string of continuously random events and situations, where, appropriately, there is no sign of a destination, but it's also the journey that matters anyway.

 

It also give credence to the image that the Angels of Death pretty much operates like an underground cell militia, ready to implode on the city at will, at anytime, and never stay put in one spot for long.

Thus furthering the need of placing importance in actual outdoor geographical scenery, rather than indoor confined interiors.

 

Some additional inspirations as to setting an atmosphere to the Angels of Death from these incidental musics, which could be listened both on foot and while riding:

Two instrumental tracks from the 2012 video game Hitman Absolution, where a portion of the game took place in the barren locales of South Dakota.
http://www.youtube.c...h?v=SRLtPlleewY
http://www.youtube.c...h?v=1nkGEj2FiAs

The David Bowie song, "Somebody up there likes me", which was previously used on the rock ballad channel of San Andreas back in 2004.
http://www.youtube.c...h?v=WNBDMeviP8I

And Robert Plant's Big Log, used in GTA V, specifically for its instrumental work.
http://www.youtube.c...h?v=CVRp_RPxV5w

 

Eventually at one point or another players will find themselves unable to always save their Angel brothers; the new story-based design makes the npc tougher to die in principle, but that doesn't mean their death to be an impossibility.
It can happen while playing as Bain, or while controlling Uptowns or Lost, not just in scripted situation, but in random skirmish as well. And the story will revolve around it as well, taking into account the seamless gameplay event, to the point where, yes, the Angels of Death can be wholly decimated long before the 'defined end' of their story branch if the players don't play they cards right.

 

There was a random news article in GTA V, where it described a new funeral parlor service where, instead of placing the body of the deceased lying in the coffin, this new service will put bodies into 'action poses', so that the deceased may appear to be doing the thing he had always liked doing, such as sitting on the couch in front of the television or driving or sun-bathing on a yacht, "facing eternity" as the news article described.

One such example of body position is thus of sitting and riding on a motorcycle.

I thought it would be intriguing if the Angels of Death took this idea seriously and perform it on one of their brothers. Perhaps even as a fear tactic, such as the El Cid myth where the dead leader is forcefully mounted on his horse to lead the charge against the enemy, providing morale to his troops and deliver an unexpected blow to the enemy.

The Angels may as well perform such an act, or even booby-trap the dead-riding-biker.
 

As you can see I haven't described just how the story for each of the three gangs end, mostly because I myself haven't cooked up a satisfying conclusion, but also for you to have something to play and dream with.

However there is one thing I thought that would be worth exploring, on the subject of player's choice.

 

PLAYER'S CHOICE ON PLOT TWIST

 

 

As an interesting element to the theme of facade and insignia, is the possible hidden identities or motives within each of the biker gangs. 'Possible', because it will be entirely up to the player to choose as to whether these hidden motives are real to their narrative or not.

Throughout the story there would be signs that indicates a purpose and/or suspicious elements that leads to different assumptions than what is actually stated to be:

The Uptown Riders' heavy insistence on overseeing their trade market and over abundance of merchandising is interpreted by the police as a scam front to hide their illegal activities.

If the player so chooses, this can indeed be the case, where the Uptowns are truly in Los Santos to conduct a lucrative drug business, and potentially participate in human trafficking on the other side of the border. Or, it could merely remain as unlawful accusations, and that the Uptown were merely here for their prized motorcycle collection, which they believe it is of their right to have the product they paid for after all.
This adds an entirely new approach and view to all the gameplay events that precedes it: were the Uptowns' PR media and responses a legitimate business ambition or was it a careful diversion from their illicit import/export enterprise? did the player voluntarily lied to the law and to media, pretending to be a victim of prejudice and circumstance, in a shameless effort to make profit as an organized crime estate? or was this all a misunderstanding from a city that is increasingly worried with the sudden and inexplicable rise of crime as a consequence to the plot depicted in GTA V?

 

Meanwhile the different motivations from the various Lost chapters could carry an additional motive underneath if the player so chooses. The Vice chapter's insistence on re-establishing the coast to coast operation is as much as merely a business standpoint where greed may or may not be involved, as much as it could have been an undercover police operation all along, where the point was to re-instate the nation wide operation in order to bust the whole biker trafficking business all under one single master stroke.

 

The Carcer chapter is as much as vengeful in wishing to honor Johnny as much as they could be in fact a different gang pretending to 'be' Lost bikers in the first place. In fact, they may not even be gangsters at all, but disgruntled veterans who as much wanted to avenge Johnny as they wished Johnny to be dead in the first place. Either because they believed what Johnny did to the Lost to be unworthy of what the original Lost biker gang were made out to be back in the post Vietnam years of the seventies. Or in fact these are modern-day veterans who, under the wish of the equally-recently deceased Michael Klebitz, Johnny's brother, who are concerned in carrying out their former-US Marine friend.

 

The San Fierro chapter isn't as cool headed as they appear to be as much as they are in fact shameless profiteers eager to benefit from the death of Johnny and co by reinstating a bigger and better lucrative trade market in order to quickly cash-in and desert the organization, as they are but unhappy citizens who just seeks a big paycheck at the end of the day to seek for a more at-ease lifestyle in the Vinewood Hills, and aren't really so much into this whole "brothers for life" philosophy.

 

Or hell, one of these three chapters may even in fact be Angels of Death from the Midwest, who caught and killed the real envoy from Carcer Vice or Fierro, and disguised as them, both to sabotage the new Blaine county chapter as much as they seek to 'congratulate' whosoever killed Klebitz in the first place.

 

Last but not least the Angels of Death's return in the region which is deemed so surreal by all the participants of the story as well as the San Andreas populace is potentially because, quite simply ... they are not Angel bikers to begin with.

They were mere hobos, homeless people, thieves and gravediggers, citizens who were caught by the recession, friends who lost their families or betrayed by their friends, simple people who failed to attain a place or lost their position in society. And one day, one of them found a stash of abandoned Angels of Death jackets, tools, and bikes. After the Liberty and Alderney Lost chapter moved in to San Andreas they Were successful in banishing the Angels completely, those left-overs of the gang just dumped their supplies and equipment and ran.
Now it's just a rat pack of nameless folks who took on the identity and lifestyle of the banished folks, took the names inscribed on the jackets and pretended to be them and reinstate a community of their own, and use their new identities as a pretense to mock about the society they couldn't fit in, yet wanted to be with in the first place. Embracing the identities of the damned and using it to justify their presence and aimless directives.

 

But all of these secondary characteristic and hidden truth and motives are only up to the players to unravel it if they see it fit as their playstyle and beliefs.

 

None of these revelations will appear unless the player so chooses, but the elements that can foreshadow these plot twists will still be there to accommodate with the player's decision, therefor if the player choose not to follow this alternative path, they'll remain as red-herrings.

 

Instead of making the players choose a pre-defined end, where one option leads X to die while another leads Y to die and so on, here is a narrative decision where players chooses the 'meaning' of the journey they partake -which stays the same regardless of the choice- rather than the destination.

 

All in all it still remains a depressing atmospheric tale, which is probably what a spiritual successor to Lost and Damned would have felt like, I believe.

It could have just stuck with the whole simple concept of an outlaw biker gang and 'giving the man the finger' again and just be done with it, but considering the degradation of the criminal lifestyle Rockstar has been portraying in their games lately lately, this tale of loss of position, deceits, and expectation, in interior and exterior of both the biker's own community and the society at large, seems fitting for the biker trope.

 

 

That and, three biker gangs for three character slots, just seems begging for it.

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Posted 27 November 2013 - 09:21 PM

That and, three biker gangs for three character slots, just seems begging for it.

 

So the next GTA (or DLC) has no diversity between criminals? Just bikers wearing leather riding bikes and no other options?

 

That sucks


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Posted 27 November 2013 - 10:47 PM

Well I took it as three different types of biker cultures. Probably having more diversities than three different drug dealing gangs with only ethnic background to differentiate from one another. Then again ... why not, yeah.

 

In any case the whole aspect of GTA protagonist trope has always been about tackling one particular trope and then move on.

Therefor we only had one 'view' of the mafia, one view of the eastern European mob, one view of the hillbilly, one view of the biker culture, one view of the triad.

 

Having several views from the same type of gangs wouldn't hurt for a change.

 

And they can always keep on making more expansions, each for a particular trope, if they so wishes.

 

I'm pretty sure had all three characters been gangbangers or high-stake-rollers like Brucie and Luis, folks would have jumped on board gladly.

 

I'm not saying it's bad or worse either, I certainly wouldn't mind more GTA content under any shape or form.

 

But yeah, doubt that'll happen.

 

Edit: the whole forum crashed on me again for the past hour.

 

Edit, the sequel: WHAT, they cut off my topic title? why didn't they at least warned me it was too long?

 

Now I can't edit it? Nor delete the topic and start all over?

 

Fully title at the end included "(GTA V DLC Idea Thread)" ... nothing you couldn't have guessed about, but still ...


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Posted 27 November 2013 - 11:14 PM Edited by Black & White, 27 November 2013 - 11:14 PM.

Man, you are awesome. Your contribution level is ecstatic. I swear.. you should of joined Rockstar a year ago and should of been assigned as the GTA V storyline manager.


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Posted 27 November 2013 - 11:36 PM

I'm genuinely surprised some folks made it out alive after my post!

 

It should be well reminded that, had GTA V, and all its pros and cons never existed, then neither would have this and any of the other DLC thread ideas the community has been cooking up.

 

We're all slave to Rockstars.

 

So sad.


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Posted 27 November 2013 - 11:37 PM

Wow man, are you an author or what ?

It's f*cking impressive, all your ideas are really great ! But how can you put a plot in that extansion, I don't see how it's possible without a real protagonist except Bain of course (as a french I was a little surprised when I see it ah ah !).

A real western in mordern days, and all the feature you want to put in that games are really fantastic but I want to say you something about the carcer's chapter, actually if it's Angus leads it you can just take a chapter does exist already, the broker TLMC chapter of Libert City but if you want to make the most rancorous brothers the lowest strength in The Lost blaine county chapter, why not ?

I was really amazed when I read you post it feels fun to see fans are sometimes better than the creator :r*:

And if with the Upton riders we can beat other african-american like the families and the Ballas and some easter egg about Franklin like a member of families says something about his love one the UR ah ah !


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Posted 28 November 2013 - 01:10 AM

This piece I've written is notably more gameplay-heavy than it is with the plot, but from what I understood that is usually how game design works in general; aside from the technical and graphical achievements you wish to show off, you cook up set pieces and gameplay ideas, then you draw the plot that could potentially link the different ideas together, and the left-over ideas are kept either as DLC, expansions, or full fledged sequels.

 

In relation to that, it's also the reason why, aside from Bain and the Angels of Death, the story is based around the individual gangs in a more general sense rather than having it focused on one 'lone wolf' biker and His point of view within his gang.

 

It's three playable biker 'gangs' rather than three 'bikers' in different gangs, to put it one way. And it is the changes in gameplay styles and rhythm that differentiates one playable gang from another.

 

In some way I do find it more effective than just having a character called X and another called Y and only have a couple of minor gameplay tweaks to suggests that playing as X is different than Y ... ironically that's kind of what GTA V did to me with its three playable protagonists. The major difference between playing Michael Franklin and Trevor were laid out in their characteristics, animations, and manners of speaking through their dialogues.

Gameplay wise, aside from the special ability and the easily-improved stats system, they all played the same.

 

I kind of tackled this first hand with my three biker gangs in San Andreas plot.

 

Yes, a modern western of sorts. Good way of summing it up.

The Lost and Damned did played like a modern western at times, with its 'stagecoach robbery', and 'dynamite blowing up the prison gate'.

With the Blaine County landscape, it'll make the transitions easier.

 

Personally I never was much of a fan of the Uptown Riders to begin with -I doubt many are-, but I didn't wanted to just pull another 'gangsta in the streets' tale. The concept of this 'luxury business fantasy', of always wanting to make it big, achieving the fame through celebrity overdose status, seemed intriguing when you consider the whole shady nature of their enterprise to begin with.

 

Franklin could appear as a supporter of the Uptown as a brief cameo, considering how Franklin mysteriously owns a couple of Uptown Rider stylized clothing.

It can be worked into the plot, of course.

 

I wouldn't go so far as to claim to be a better content creator than Rockstar. My entire wild west fantasy thing with the Angels of Death would have never occurred had the Angels been portrayed in GTA V as the standard enemy again.

Instead, their entire absence lend me credence to paint them as the victim rather than the raving aggressors as they always were.

 

"Bain" was also due to a poor appropriate choice I had in casting a character with a first name starting with 'B' and not sounding generic at the same time. Bruce? Butch? Bob? Billy? Bull? Bart?

Bain from Blaine County. Sounds logical enough. The sheriffs might even take it as a joke during interrogation.

 

Ah yes, the Broker Chapter, one of the unresolved matter from Lost and Damned.

Well, in my previous over-long fan fic, I suggested that the Broker chapter were decimated during the events of Lost and Damned. They were first an unintentional target in the chaos caused by Brian's civil war, and during the diamond heist by the docks, Luis Lopez threw so many bombs at them it's safe to say that they were only less than a dozen left. And after Jim got caught and the million dollar briefcase went missing, the Broker Chapter took it to great offense that all of their loss were for nothing. They then had a final encounter with Johnny Klebitz, and, one way or another, the Broker chapter were basically no more.

 

Of course Angus could have just rebuilt the Broker clubhouse and set up shop there. But, well, Carcer City is lacking in references in the GTA universe. Was glad to hear Michael point out his first robbery took place near there, but to have actual citizens from Carcer City?

Man, they'll still be covered in that filter fog effect from Starkweather's snuff films haha!

 

 

Damn it, the fact that my topic title got cut does make it seem rather awkward when you look at it in the forum. Along with the 'poll' sign it doesn't really suggests the massive DLC proposal content than it is! Come back detractors! Free cookies!!


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Posted 28 November 2013 - 03:42 PM Edited by B Dawg, 28 November 2013 - 03:43 PM.

As interesting as it is, you didn't cover on how all this would work without sacrificing player freedom to free roam around and have fun or without being tedious considering the constant random event nature of the story. Something similar to Sleep Mode in GTA IV? But then again, the Angels don't have any phones.

 

Good read tho, even though I skipped a few parts.


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Posted 28 November 2013 - 06:14 PM

I have to admit that it seems complicated and it might give a bit too many points of view. It's a cute idea but it's hard for me to envisage how it would successfully work in game play. It's a moot point of course but I always try to see things that way.

 

I actually did like the Uptown Riders, at least Malc and De Sean and certainly liked their 'legitimate take' on things.

 

Don't get me wrong the idea (as usual) is solid but the direction aside from the biker vibe seems all over the place and a lot of games suffer from that. I guess I can't get past how needlessly complicated the game play sounds involving characters to make it seem more realistic. I personally am not a big fan of making games more realistic at the expense of game play, we all know that a character can't really die (well not before their time) or be tossed into jail for a prolonged period and trying to add those elements in I think severally detracts from game play.

 

Like I said though, how much does this matter? It doesn't... Good read...

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Posted 29 November 2013 - 12:00 AM

The idea of making it more restrained and streamlined is perhaps a subconscious impression I had with GTA V itself: although this game does feature side missions and activities that remain optional, it is nonetheless presented in a way that suggests it to be wholly intentional to be 'part' of the full experience.

What this means is that, unlike past GTAs' optional side contents, the activities in GTA V doesn't feel as much as 'optional' as they are essentially part of the cake's many layers, that you may or may not feel like digesting, but it's part of the cake nonetheless.

Whereas in past games, it generally gives the impression that while there is a big cake in the center, it is surrounded with plates of other smaller sized dishes of cookies.

 

This more narrow and singular playthrough therefor lends me the belief that the DLC/expansion can only be even more streamlined and narrow than the principle game.

And that may not necessarily be a bad thing, it just makes it a single player experience set in a immersively huge area, and it has its charms. A bit like L.A. Noire, or even GTA IV for that matter.

 

So, in regards to the constant string 'random events' that might hinder the experience ... well, it isn't as much as a 'in your face' approach of side activities as it is a different form of actually setting up the 'main' experience; a story-centric game delivered through a succession of seemingly random events.

 

And this will, especially in regards to the Angels of Death portion, alters in each successive playthrough as players will be encouraged to repeat the game by following different trajectories; riding across the map clockwise and counter-clockwise already yields two different types of experience.

 

The subject matter of 'scripted to die' NPCs wasn't perhaps properly explained enough, but, again in regards to the Angels, the bikers 'can' die if repeatedly sustaining wounds during a short span of time. And it can happen on the road, or during one of the prison breaks, and the game's plot will react to it.

By the final cutscene there may only be one additional NPC Angel standing beside you, or the whole crew if you somehow manage it. But that won't change the final ending of the game and the fate reserved by these characters.

 

Since the task of conjuring a multitude of endings based on each different player's experience is a seemingly impossible to satisfy task, here is an alternative where rather than the ending, it is the journey that is made different for each player.

 

And well, yeah, I'm glad to see it was a fun read.

It's, well, all we can really do isn't it? providing fun readouts?


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Posted 29 November 2013 - 06:38 PM

Well my main concern was splitting in three, then splitting again. Your focus seems all over the place. Even though they don't have 'friendly' interaction with one another.

 

I think GTA can get away with 3 protagonists or points of view but it has to be done carefully and ultimately I think there still has to be a 'main' character of that. Niko for instance in IV. Michael was perceived to be the main character in V but there was something off about the whole thing and the storyline fell off in consequence.

 

I guess like I said earlier all of this complication makes it insanely hard to visualize as a game. But hey if it's a story, let's go along for the ride.


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Posted 29 November 2013 - 07:14 PM

Yeah I'm pretty sure due to time and budget restraints we'll end up with only one playable character per gang, but with a stream of losable/disposable NPC allies, which acts as a successor to the under-used heist crews in V.

 

GTA V had always been about Michael first, Trevor in a supporting role, and Franklin as a 'template' character, who only exist to act as a replacement to Trevor in scenes where he isn't around, and as the obligatory third character in Rockstar's decision to pursue the route of three leading protagonists.

 

I recall that Trevor was originally designed as a NPC. This would have also suggested that, at least in the beginning, it was strictly about Michael first and foremost, and the story would have revolved about how he dealt with the two major NPCs: his past and Trevor on one hand, while at the same time meet and train this kid from the streets Franklin, who may or may not takeover as a playable character after the end credits.

 

Instead it currently sits as a bit of both yet none at the same time.

 

Mostly because unlike what I expected of featuring 'three lengthy storyline missions' in one game, it's one not-so-lengthy storyline missions Shared with all three characters. Or rather to be more honest, shared with Michael and Trevor and occasionally handed out to Franklin as a free bone or something.

 

Man, what a waste.

 

But back on topic.

A "focus that goes all over the place" may or may not have also been intentionally part of the overall story; for example the fragile alliance of the three Lost chapters, it's a rather blunt but to-the-point device that suggests why such 'outlaw biker movement' is living in shambles, the lack of trust and unified goals leads to many contradictory views, and it also acts as a call-back to some of the situations that occurred in Lost and Damned, about how all the 'fighting amongst themselves' lead to self destruction.

 

On the other hand I think that my sheer favoritism for the Angels of Death play-structure may have caused a detriment to the structures of Lost and Uptown, which makes them look as a left-over basket of ideas with no purpose other than just 'being there'.

 

Indeed, with some work around, all the gameplay suggestions I made for the three gangs could have been united under one single biker gang, just one heavily diversified gang that is that tackles escort missions, random events, and public relations with the in-game A.I.

 

Not to mention 'diversity' is what some GTA fans can't seem to stop wanting about, regardless of how much sense the overall structure makes.

 

GTA V for example is criticized for having Yoga as a side activity, instead folks would have preferred drugs and gang wars, regardless of how much sense those proposed activities have or not in relation to GTA V's protagonists.

 

That said I can understand the requests for gang wars: because it's an activity that requires the use of weaponry, of shooting, a side activity that goes for the blood-shedding action. A side activity that GTA V intentionally omitted.

 

Yet it does makes it worth wondering why does the game feature so many weapons and devices if there's so few sequences that actually requires you to use those arsenal. Not to mention that scripted shooting sequences in story missions tend to force you to use a specific weapon, by means of removing all your own previous gadgets, haha!  


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Posted 30 November 2013 - 01:39 AM

Perhaps that's true. Your own bias of the AoD did lead there but it still makes for a good story but yeah, what happened in your example of Michael, Trevor, Franklin with it not really functioning, I see that as a potential risk in game play but as a story it works great.

 

Trevor indeed does work far better as an NPC then as a playable character because he causes problems for the protagonist (Michael) and it's one of the many reasons I find him hard to swallow. The characters never really need Trevor but because he's a protagonist he HAS to be there and also why he works slightly better when solo or working with other NPC's such as Maude.

 

Fans don't honestly know what they want. They THINK they want diversity but what they really mean is 'please me and nobody else'. It's easy to get unified on a subject that's a problem but when it comes to proposing a solution, the unification will vanish extremely quickly. A great example of that to be honest are people who say they want to see how Johnny got to the state he was don't know what they want. They THINK they want to see it but if it was actually done there would be more outrage for how out of character he was. Or more accurately, how he isn't the character they thought he was. Which is honestly why I'm avoiding the subject as much as possible in my own events and it would seem so are you.

 

As for the yoga thing... I don't know what to say on that one. People requesting drug wars, senseless, plotless shootouts and what not I can understand it as you said. I don't think any fan would ever request yoga and be serious about it. I don't even know what purpose they were trying to serve with it. Was it part of the whole cheesy lifestyle Michael lives now or what? Or were they merely trying to troll by giving diversity they knew people didn't want. It's one of the many brain fart mysteries.

 

Also yes, even for my tastes where I'm not a big fan of plotless violence the lack of shoot outs in game is extremely lacking. GTA online has those somewhat but to be honest they get repetitive fast and many of the missions are insanely gamey and extremely wide ranging in difficulty regardless of where the actual difficulty is and I know I'm suppose to do them with others but honestly sometimes I think having others is a liability, they burn up your lives and you have to deal with lag and I find myself asking why.

 

Not to mention extremely inconsistent payment. Kill a journalist with one bullet? 4500 dollars or something even on multiple passes. Blow up loads of cars which costs you at the least 400 in ammo costs? 1000... Amongst many other inconsistencies...

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Posted 30 November 2013 - 01:54 PM

Peachrocks, on 30 Nov 2013 - 03:39 AM, said:

Perhaps that's true. Your own bias of the AoD did lead there but it still makes for a good story but yeah, what happened in your example of Michael, Trevor, Franklin with it not really functioning, I see that as a potential risk in game play but as a story it works great.

 

Trevor indeed does work far better as an NPC then as a playable character because he causes problems for the protagonist (Michael) and it's one of the many reasons I find him hard to swallow. The characters never really need Trevor but because he's a protagonist he HAS to be there and also why he works slightly better when solo or working with other NPC's such as Maude.

 

Fans don't honestly know what they want. They THINK they want diversity but what they really mean is 'please me and nobody else'. It's easy to get unified on a subject that's a problem but when it comes to proposing a solution, the unification will vanish extremely quickly. A great example of that to be honest are people who say they want to see how Johnny got to the state he was don't know what they want. They THINK they want to see it but if it was actually done there would be more outrage for how out of character he was. Or more accurately, how he isn't the character they thought he was. Which is honestly why I'm avoiding the subject as much as possible in my own events and it would seem so are you.

 

As for the yoga thing... I don't know what to say on that one. People requesting drug wars, senseless, plotless shootouts and what not I can understand it as you said. I don't think any fan would ever request yoga and be serious about it. I don't even know what purpose they were trying to serve with it. Was it part of the whole cheesy lifestyle Michael lives now or what? Or were they merely trying to troll by giving diversity they knew people didn't want. It's one of the many brain fart mysteries.

 

Also yes, even for my tastes where I'm not a big fan of plotless violence the lack of shoot outs in game is extremely lacking. GTA online has those somewhat but to be honest they get repetitive fast and many of the missions are insanely gamey and extremely wide ranging in difficulty regardless of where the actual difficulty is and I know I'm suppose to do them with others but honestly sometimes I think having others is a liability, they burn up your lives and you have to deal with lag and I find myself asking why.

 

Not to mention extremely inconsistent payment. Kill a journalist with one bullet? 4500 dollars or something even on multiple passes. Blow up loads of cars which costs you at the least 400 in ammo costs? 1000... Amongst many other inconsistencies...

Do you ever do anything but bitch about stuff about the game, or does your life suck so bad you dont have anything else to do ?


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Posted 01 December 2013 - 04:42 AM

The character Jimmy, Michael's son, he is aimed very squarely at you. Almost every post you make, you are trolling and/or bad mouthing somebody. Really poorly too. Stop embarrassing yourself.


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Posted 01 December 2013 - 01:41 PM Edited by TaviColen123, 01 December 2013 - 01:46 PM.

Peachrocks, on 01 Dec 2013 - 06:42 AM, said:Peachrocks, on 01 Dec 2013 - 06:42 AM, said:

The character Jimmy, Michael's son, he is aimed very squarely at you. Almost every post you make, you are trolling and/or bad mouthing somebody. Really poorly too. Stop embarrassing yourself.

Yes, because you wasting your time crying because of a fictional characters death is so better, the only one embarrassing himself is you . Now go making another boring,long,post of why you think Rockstar ruined Johnnys story, because that obviously contributes so much to this forum and is all you know to do anyway .


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Posted 08 December 2013 - 04:47 PM

I think another reason why my dlc idea is a lot more gameplay driven than establishing a proper standard narrative with a beginning middle and end is to act as a call-back of sort to the original Grand Theft Autos.

 

It originally started out as basically a mayhem-induced game with little to no narrative justification, where the goal was to simply score points through accumulative and never stopping destruction. A franchise that started by rewarding play and punishing idleness.

 

Then with GTA III it started to add a narrative context, albeit loose, but served as the opening ground to this new design philosophy where you don't merely play for the sake of play, but rather to unlock the next additional piece of plot progression.

 

And while I'm a bigger fan of this story driven experience rather than the sake of play just for more play, I can't help but wonder at times if recent entries in the franchise seems to be dissociating its random violence and mayhem to the point where it now becomes inexistent.

With IV they've already made it so gunfights and chases are only truly worthwhile if performed in story missions, or the small number of side missions the game offered you.

 

With V, the lack of incentive to draw a gun and start randomly shooting in the sandbox reaches its fullest point. Story missions, as short numbered as it already is, only asks you to draw your weapon for maybe half of them at best. Meanwhile side missions that offers you opportunities to use your arsenal are incredibly rare. Random encounters seems to counter this by periodically regenerating events where you get to chase and kill street muggers, but it still doesn't warrant you to pull out your minigun or grenade launcher to successfully perform your minuscule assignment.

 

And this wouldn't have been such a glaring flaw had the game only limited your arsenal to one pistol, one shotgun, and one assault rifle.

No, not only the game features multiple variations for each type of weapon, but for the first time since GTA III, you can carry them All At The Same Time.

 

You play as a, no, Three, Walking killing machines -albeit with a tiny health bar- but placed in a context and gameplay environment that didn't warrant for mass bringers of destruction to roam in the first place.

 

Story driven and gameplay driven gameplay just doesn't mesh well in GTA V. In IV at least the weaponry were limited to the context of your protagonist, and although the environment during free roam didn't gave you incentive to provoke violence, you didn't felt bothered by it, mostly because GTA IV was designed to play under a new specific manner that didn't begged for sandbox destruction and was aiming for one story content delivery after another.

 

GTA V on the other hand is ... a bit like Michael.

The lines he says about how he wants something that isn't just a quiet life, and on the other hand is thrilled to be sent through another cascade of mayhem, is symbiotic to the way GTA V is designed, to the point I believe to hinder the experience.

 

I still find GTA V to be a great game, but it's kind of bizarre that at the same time I feel so unfulfilled by it, which is probably why we're already talking about new dlc ideas.

Not to mention the discussions relating to "lack/missing content" in the GTA V forum section.

 

Also, I figured it wouldn't be wise to compete with the Jim-story-centric idea thread, so i'll instead cater for the more streamlined gameplay.


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Posted 09 December 2013 - 12:07 AM

Eh it doesn't really matter anyway. I don't see it as 'competition' just another idea which was a fun read. I sort of agree though, gta v is a good game but it does leave one unfulfilled.

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Posted 11 December 2013 - 01:08 AM

You gotta make the AOD like a bunch of Racists like how they where in GTA IV TLAD, Read there website, also this racism could make tension between the AOD and the U.R real tough.


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Posted 11 December 2013 - 01:22 AM

Id'e really like this idea, with the uptown riders I'd like to see De Shaun and Malcolm again as backup, similar to Terry and Clay, I would also like to see the AOD still as the Racist pigs in TLAD (Read their website).


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Posted 23 January 2014 - 09:20 PM

How do you have this much time???? Hell naw we dont want a new biker dlc go play tlad! We want GTA North Yankton! Yankonphiles unite!

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 10:38 PM

We? Do you represent any specific group of people or do you just like to answer for other people. 

 

Another biker add-on, but based on UR would be cool as we never had that type of subculture covered in GTA.


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Posted 11 March 2014 - 06:01 AM Edited by univ69, 11 March 2014 - 06:03 AM.

Grievous, you seem to be at least a big a fan of outlaw motorcycle clubs and The Lost and Damned as me, and that's awesome to finally see someone go through this effort to come up with all these ideas. I even wrote a fictional GTA about biker gangs myself a while back.

I think we have to face it though, Rockstar will probably never make a main GTA about bikers. It's just not as popular with most people.


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 04:45 PM Edited by UFFZ Derp, 12 March 2014 - 04:59 PM.

Amazing post and I love the gameplay ideas. I still think it would be awesome to have a North Yankton chapter of The Lost MC.

 

Edit: I think that if this were to see the light of day, it would be more popular than TLaD. Think about it, this would bring both crowds, the story lovers and the gameplay lovers together. More people liked TBoGT because of all the toys and features you could play with. People like SA over IV because it had more fun features and ways to just mess around. GTA V has all the gimmicks and a good story based DLC would put a story on top of good, fun gameplay. 

 

Your ideas also represent a new way Rockstar could use character switching instead of everyone being friends. 

 

I've said it once and I'll say it again, a North Yankton DLC would be awesome :D


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Posted 01 June 2014 - 02:22 PM

As it was previously discussed, splitting into three factions and then splitting each factions into several characters again proves to be unnecessarily complicated.

I realized that an alternative to this, at least with the Lost MC, is that instead of making you play as three different prospects each working with the three different Lost factions (the business like Vice City chapter, the vengeful Carcer City chapter, and the calmer independent San Fierro chapter), you play instead as a high ranking Lost biker from the Los Santos (or Blaine County chapter) that has just been released from the Bolingbroke Penitentiary in Blaine County.

This biker, meant to represent an avatar of the "Lost and Damned" fan, would have personally known Johnny Klebitz prior to his incarceration, and was kept away during the time that precedes V's storyline, having taken the blame from a failed meth deal and keeping Johnny and the rest of the brotherhood safe.
His opening gameplay section begins with him spending his last day in the Penitentiary. The gameplay is simple, meant primarly as a 'tour guide' of the facility players always wanted to visit, without facing any hostility from the guards, but not excluding some convicts. The Lost biker -let's momentarily call him Mitch to avoid sounding redundant- gets to talk with a few of his fellow inmates, working out, playing sports with others, have meal service, going back to bed during night shift.
The next morning he is escorted out. As the massive gates of the penitentiary opens, he is greeted by the three above mentioned Lost factions, and handed over his jacket, as well as a bike.

The set up is a deliberate callback to "Lost and Damned's" intro and ending, where Billy Grey is greeted outside the rehab center, and the finale's break-in at the Alderney penitentiary.
All this 'welcome back' gesture is meant as much as for Mitch as much as it is for the fan player.
Mitch's incarceration can also be interpreted as a meta analogy of how "Lost and Damned" fans were 'forcefully kept out' of the events that occurred in V.

Mitch's introduction section would either serve as the opening scene of the DLC, or the beginning of the second act.
Similar to how in V, after the jewelry job, the game shifts perspective into Blaine County with Trevor, and stays there for a couple of hours.
In this DLC the game could have began with the Uptown Riders newly settling in Los Santos and, after a brutal stint encounter with the nomad Angels of Death -still unplayable at this point- the game then pans out to Bolingbroke Penitentiary, "and now for something completely different".

If Mitch is a direct avatar for the "Lost and Damned" fan, then his opinion and allegiance with the three Lost factions -which the player would have to choose eventually which of the three faction's motto they prefer to carry on with- would serve as a more intimate driving force than my previous proposition, where you simply played as three random mooks working for all three factions, and I wasn't very clear either as to whether or not you could even choose which of the random mooks you could play with at the time.

We're taking into account V's interpretation of things, whereby Trevor Philips effectively decimated the Blaine County chapter, so Mitch has to choose between the newly arrived chapters.
Choosing which the Lost chapters to work with is for Mitch to choose which method to best carry on Johnny Klebitz's legacy. This would then serve as his central plotline.
Will Mitch pick up where Johnny failed in his leadership and side with the Vice City chapter to increase productivity on the arms trading and earn the much required money?
Or take Johnny's passing dear to heart and join the Carcer City chapter in an effort to find the responsible party even if it means drawing unwanted attention from other local gangs and state authorities?
Or is Mitch a disillusioned biker, like Angus, disappointed that Johnny fell off the meth path, and sees no better alternative than join the San Fierro chapter to live less of a gang life and more of a small secluded brotherhood society, perhaps even leaving Blaine County for good?

Anyway, how's that for shifting my previous heavy bias favoritism for the Angels of Death ragged and sun-burn crazed nomads, back to the Lost MC internal dispute plot lead by a confused and distraught character/player avatar?
I expect muffins ... from anybody who wasn't crushed from the wall of text.

Still have nothing particularly interesting to add for the Uptown Riders however ... hmm ...
Somehow they'll have to tie up to this whole affair.
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Posted 01 June 2014 - 05:16 PM

3/5 Not enough text. You dissapoint me ;)


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Posted 02 June 2014 - 12:05 AM

WHAT

THREE OUT OF FIVE

 

THAT'S, LIKE

*pulls out calculator, furiously typing lots of buttons on it*

SIX OUT OF TEN

 

SIX OUT OF TEN!!

YOU'RE FIRED

 

Back on fan fiction topic: the idea of Mitch being in Bolingbroke Penitentiary isn't so far fetched after all when I just realized, and checked, that the random encounter in V where Franklin/Michael finds a lone Lost biker next a crashed cop car at a farm, the same one that says how the Angels of Death are nothing but a "myth", he also comments on how one of his brothers is serving in Bolingbroke for five years, for possession. "They're making him serve every single day, for five years, can you believe it?" yeah, but Mitch can always get a parole on the basis of fine conduct, eh? Especially if he's already served half his sentence, starting prior to the events of V, therefor prior to Johnny succumbing to meth addiction.

 

Most importantly though it shows that not all the cops and sheriffs in San Andreas shoots on sight, and outlaw bikers that get arrested Do exists within the current game's in-universe lore.

 

To sum up, here's how the three way conflict goes for the three outlaw biker gangs:

 

The Uptown Riders

  • Wants to regain positive public image they had started working on since 2008, through merchandising, going commercial, taking advantage of cheap celebrity network in Vinewood.
  • This causes issues with the nomad Angels of Death, who look at is as a disgrace that any self respecting 'outlaw motorcycle club' would turn into such 'legal' attitude. They attack the Uptown Riders.
  • In turn this causes media alert and controversy for the Riders, and hurts their commercial public image they were building, thus hurting their profit in-come.
  • Further increasing suspicion is that the law enforcement, who have already a hard time containing the Lost's dealings in Blaine County, now have their eyes on the Riders as well, seeing them as another potential source of danger.

 

The Lost Motorcycle Club

  •  A gathering between three Lost chapters in the United States takes place in Blaine County, each chapter valuates the crisis situation sparked in V differently; the Vice City chapter is occupied that the coast-to-coast operation has to be put back in place as soon as possible, the Carcer City chapter wants revenge over Johnny Klebitz and the now defunct Blaine County chapter, and the San Fierro chapter is reluctant to see the organization plunging into more outlaw activities, and was only summoned due to their 'obligation' as being the closest other chapter in the surrounding country.
  • One of the defunct Blaine County Chapter's most prominent member is released from Bolingbroke Penitentiary. He is offered a seat in all three chapters, although naturally he can only choose to be part of one.
  • The Carcer City goes roughing up the local communities in search of clues as to exterminated the Blaine County chapter. When told that it was some 'crazy local hobos' who did it, they mistakenly concluded that those in question are the nomad Angels of Death seen roaming around. Small skirmish erupts, and it wasn't before long the authorities have their eyes again on the Lost MC. Much to the Vice Chapter's charging, as it slows their operations.
  • The biker recently released from the penitentiary faces disillusionments as he catches with the downfall of Johnny Klebitz and at the current state of the Lost Motorcycle Club. Following the advice from the San Fierro Chapter, he seeks after the Uptown Riders for a mutually beneficial alliance.

 

The Nomad Angels of Death

  • Comprised of a small, dozen men only, rag tag outfit, this group recently resurfaced in Blaine County after years in hiding and exile ever since Johnny Klebitz and the Lost MC took over their Blaine County territory. Their resources are scarce, but this remnant brotherhood is closely united and focused. They can't allow for internal disputes as the Lost MC partakes in. They don't mind the public's perception on them either as the Uptown Riders are concentrating on.
  • They are initially goal-less. They only started taking actions against the Uptowns due to a disagreement on 'outlaw ethics', and then falsely targeted by the Lost as being responsible for Trevor Philips' actions, as if, the salt on the wound of seeing their sworn enemy still tacking over their 'land, territory and home' wasn't enough, they had to go to war again.
  • Much to their advantage, the police and sheriffs are unable to differentiate the Lost from the Angels of Death. The Nomads decides to increase their rampages across town, thus diverting the attention back to the Lost, causing further troubles to their organization.
  • However, with the Uptown Riders and the Lost preparing to strike a mutually beneficial bargain and form an alliance against The Nomads, the Angels of Death are even more considerably outnumbered. Facing near despair, in their unhinged desolate state, they see but one solution: "to wash the city clean", by causing calculated and timed attacks against various infrastructures in the city of Los Santos, including seizing the newly opened Casino and holding the hundreds of civilians inside hostages, and threatening to blow up the nearby dam. Their demands? force the authorities to investigate the corruption amongst 'reformed' outlaw biker celebrities, and take brutal actions against the meth dealing bikers of Blaine County.

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Epilogues

  • With the severity of the situation at hand, the authorities have no choice but to fulfill the demands of The Nomads.
  • The Uptown Riders have their properties and businesses seized, and their prominent activities in the docks are investigated, potentially cracking upon an illegal ring import/export exotic motorcycles and drugs.
  • The Vice City Chapter are in fact revealed to be undercover D.E.A. agents. Their insistence on reconnecting the coast-to-coast meth and arms trade was to coerce as numerous amount of biker gangs together as possible to bust the whole organization. Now of course their undercover plans did not reached their fullest intent.
  • The Carcer City Chapter, preferring to "give the man the finger", provides enough distraction to give the San Fierro the opportunity to flee Blaine County. The Carcer Chapter ends in a bloodbath, almost gleefully smiling at meeting an outlaws's end.
  • Depending thus on which of the chapters our new Lost protagonist joins with, he thus either gets arrested again, dies, or escapes to San Fierro, in search of a more Clean and Serene existence with his fellow brothers.
  • The Angels of Death are satisfied with the results, but knows that they've doomed themselves, that their place in civilization is no more, that they're lost and damned ... Players then decides if they commit mass suicide, make an epic run for it from Los Santos all the way to the wilderness of Mount Chiliad, or blow up the dam anyway, or a combination of all three.
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Posted 02 June 2014 - 05:42 PM

You really wanted to kill me, wouldn't you? :O





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