Theme Song: In The Valley by Frankie Bonomo
|Paul Keitel: Virgil's childhood best friend, as well as, Partner-in-Crime. He is the Ying to Virgil's Yang. The pair are inseparable and together, they are both inmovable and unstoppable forces. Adopted by Virgil's parents in '59, he is considered as Virgil's Brother. During Virgil's service in Vietnam from '69 to '71, Paul has relocated to Henderson, Orion to work for The Jewish Mob as an Enforcer and Overseer of transactions. As of Spring of '71, he has moved back to his hometown of Brooke-Meyer working for the northeastern New Sylvania faction of The Jewish Mob.||Stefani Ferlito: A blonde Henderson Angel with eyes as blue as the Caribbean sea. She moves to Brooke-Meyer to get away from her dysfunctional family. She becomes the main love interest of Virgil Assante in 1971. She becomes his other half, his rock, and his spiritual mate. She vows to always love Virgil no matter what. But, she is also as crazy as Virgil at times.||Nancy McCarthy: Stefani's best friend since childhood. A rather energetic nightlife vampire with only a taste for the fast life. Quite often, she is seen in an intoxicating state whether from alcohol or drugs and she seems to enjoy that way of life.||Mario Polisi: Another one of Virgil's best friend and a distant cousin. Mario is actually from Liberty City and moved to Brooke-Meyer at age 14. Virgil was his first friend. Mario still has a slight Liberty City accent that comes out when he is angry, which is often. He is very temperamental and that has gotten in trouble numerous times in his teenage years, even well into his adult life.||Phil Costigan: The youngest of the group. Phil started hanging around Virgil and Paul at age 9. He was always a rebellious child, always looking for a fight, and never backing down from a confrontation. At some point during Virgil's tour in Vietnam, he joined a local gang that work with Paul.||Ruben Nebish: Real name, Ruben Nebyzska, the head of the Henderson Jewish Mob. In his 30+ years as a Mobster, he has never spent a day behind bars. He has managed to operate at a huge level below the radar of the authorities. He made the move to Brooke-Meyer in 1965 to expand the Jewish Mob into New Sylvania. He is Paul Keitel's main employer.|
|New Sylvania Criminal Organizations|
Name: Manganelli Crime Family
Notes: The family that runs all of Northeast New Sylvania since 1954. A family with deep political connections hold power over the majority of companies in this region. Known as The Docile Don, Donnie is loved by many but feared by his fellow Mafiosi.
Santo "Tony The Barber" Genetti - Consigliere
John Sabatino - Underboss
Alberto "Al" Abardo - Capo
Charles "Batsy" Malanga - Capo
Matteo "Teo" Coccia - Soldier
Mario Polisi - Soldier
Virgil Assante - Soldier
Caine Devlin - Associate
Michael "Lynch" Devlin - Associate
Frank Eppolito - Associate
Robert "Bobby" Manganelli - Associate/Lawyer
Name: Dovi Crime Family
Notes: More popularly known as The Lenapia Mob, run by Johnny Dovi. Dovi runs his family like a legit conglomerate using tactics to get gain money and respect among politicians and business owners. Not known to be violent but they do have their bad eggs, such as Santino "Sonny" Bardi Sr.
Salvatore "Junior" Bardi - Soldier
Silvio Bardi - Soldier
Marco Giancarlo - Soldier
Name: LaTorre Crime Family
Notes: Led by Frank DeMarco since 1948. A Sicilian who saw Havenburgh as a gold mine when everyone saw it as a backwoods town. Because of him, Havenburgh is the profitable monopoly it is today. At his current old age, he has slowed down quite a bit; However, he maintains his temper and spills more blood than anyone in New Sylvania.
Michael Pavano - Consigliere
Edward "Rummy" Capozzi - Underboss
Giacci "Jackie" Cavalieri - Capo
Augustus "Gus" Sphirou - Associate
Name: The B&D Gang
Boss: Shea Weeks
Notes: A ruthless bunch of Irish cowboys with only one goal in mind, independence. Shea Weeks desperately tries to take the gang, best known as The Irish Mob, to new heights away from the hooks of the Sicilian Mafia and other outfits using them as muscle. He starts his journey by establishing a chapter in Arborton as a source of steady income from burglaries and drug trafficking.
Alexander "Mickey" Costigan - 2nd in Command
Benjamin "Hamfist" Queenan - Soldier
Colin "Scar" Berkery - Soldier
Phil "Fast Philly" Costigan - Soldier
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The Map is separated by regions Northeast, Southeast, and West. Within these regions are the multiple towns that make New Sylvania the unique state it currently is. Each town has certain characteristics that make each one unique in its own way.
Northeast Romero - Known as The Bright City with all of its city lights shining the streets during all hours of the day. Is seen as a luxurious city to live in and a profitable location to open a business. Visit the landmarks that give this city its identity, such as the Welcome to Romero light sign built in 1922, the Baldwin Fountain in the centre of town that is a beautiful work of art, and the Thibideaux Theatre located on Main Street where many artists have performed. Also, in between Romero and Brooke-Meyer is the Brooke-Meyer/Romero Intl. Airport located right on Interstate 18. Brooke-Meyer - Although it may seem it is the ugly sister of the neighboring city, Romero, it does have a vital feature that Romero cannot offer. And that's the beautiful Catskill River. The residential areas are considered mainly upper-middle to lower-middle class with a heavy Italian, Jewish, and African-American community. Brooke-Meyer is also known as a party town. Visit the various nightclubs spread across town, partake in the debauchery, and stay out all night without a care in the world. Just be careful. Kensington - Cross the Blackwater Street Bridge from Brooke-Meyer, cross the Catskill River and you will arrive at the visually beautiful town of Kensington. Home to the Kenzie Park, one of the biggest parks in New Sylvania, and home to the most prestigious restaurant in all of Northeast New Sylvania, La Isabella Ristorante. It is considered to be one of the more better towns to live in with its low crime rate and peacefulness that spreads across from corner to corner. Mercer - Best known to locals as "Little Italy", where you will find an abundance of Italians along with their rich culture from foods to clothing. Located between Romero and Brooke-Meyer, it is recommended that no one crosses through that town looking for trouble. You will be dealt with, no problem. Kennedy Plains - Located in the far west of Northeast New Sylvania. Kennedy Plains is mostly... plains, as the name says. Has the lowest populace in this region because of it's small residential areas. It mostly consists of plain fields used for farming. It's the country-side right next to the big cities Romero and Brooke-Meyer. Be careful roaming around the field at night, no one knows who or what can be hiding among the crops. Of course, it's just hearsay. Mason Creek - Our little neck of the woods used for exploration and hiking. Nobody lives in the Creek. At the center of the Creek you will find a mesmerizing waterfall where people go to just take in the sights and watch the sunset. Who knows what roams about the woods, or should I say who knows who's buried in the woods? Madison - Northeast New Sylvania's industrial park. All you will find is factories and warehouses full of workers. This is also where the labor union prospers. Arborton - Located in the far south region. Arborton is a town that is not really considered "likeable" for it's San Fierro like hills, its maintenance, and its crime rate which gradually increases as time goes by. It has an airstrip for the locals that own small planes and for people that go skydiving.