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Willman249

Thoughts on my timeline connecting the GTA and RDR universes.

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I was thinking about what happens to Jack Marston after 1914 with the events leading up to the start of the GTA timeline 3D and HD universes, 1984.  I was thinking of the idea of a trilogy of games, the first game where you play as Jack Marston in interwar-America (1920, 1928, 1934 and 1940), the second where you play as his son Jim Marston in post-war America (1948, 1956 and 1962) and the third and final one where you play as his son, Jack's grandson, Jeff Marston in 1970s America (1970 and 1978).  

 

It's an idea I've been working on, forgive the typing and spacing I made it on Microsoft wordpad.  

 

Here it is, my timeline idea

 

 

In 1916, Jack meets a local orphan turned homeless prostitute on the street after a hurricane hit Blackwater a year earlier and destroyed the home of the man whom she lived with the general store owner.  She is the daughter of Karen Jones and Sean MacGuire who Sean impregnated the night before he was killed in June, 1899.  The 16 year old girl's name is Elizabeth (Beth) Jones, the two fall in love instantly and get married in March, 1917.  Meanwhile, Archer Fordham investigates the death of Edgar Ross, comes to the conclusion that is was Jack who murdered him after interviewing Edgar's brother and wife.  Makes Jack join the US army during the beginning of US involvement in World War I right after Jack gets married.  The BOI confiscate the money in Beecher's Hope and then leave them.  In August, 1919 Jack and Beth have their first kids, twin boys named Charles (Charlie) and John Marston (Johnny or John jr) Jack returns home and starts a family but struggles financially and the farm is eventually forclosed on in May, 1920 because of the double-dip recession/depression following World War I and the very high inflation with stagnant food prices making it hard to earn money.  They move to Carcer City where Jack gets a job at a local car parts plant.  One day in July, 1920 a mob boss labor racketeer threatens and intimidates workers at the steel mill to paying dues but Jack sees an opprotunity grabbing a length of rope ontop of aggrigate bags and uses it to throw a lasso around the Capo's neck and pull him into a steal beam right as the Capo had put on a pair of brass kunckles and was ready to beat the factory head manager temporarily incapacitating the capo, immediately then going into quick action mode and shooting the shooting hands/arms of the three soldiers beside them disarming them, he then has the other workers kick the soldiers out, and makes the capo apologize to the owner by throwing his knife into a wooden plank underneath him right underneath his crotch - reference to the movie City Slickers.  A new Soldier in the Carcer Outfit named Joe DeMici convinces the underboss of the Carcer Outfit, Al Colossi to spare him and have him join the organization instead, that's where the story starts.

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Part I (The First Game): Outlaws and Gangsters

 

America, 1920

Just two decades into the new century, the age of the outlaw and gunslingers was dead and buried...


the West has become a land of laws and rules.  Even the west was becoming a land of cars, cities and factories. 

 

The gangs have been hunted down, meanwhile some outlaws learned to adopt the modern ways and changed their image with the times.  

 

These gangs are called "families" and these new outlaws are called "public enemies" 

 

better known as "gangsters" 

 

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Prologue - late-summer to early-autumn 1920: Death of the Outlaw, Rise of the Gangster

Jack loses the family farm moves to Carcer City, accidentally looses his job after an incident with local mafia racketeers ends up becoming an associate in the Carcer Outfit under Joe DeMici whom he befriends as it turns out they have a lot in common, do a few jobs for the local underboss Al Colossi after which Jack travels with Joe to Villabate, Sicily to get revenge for his parent's murder in 1908 and complete his connection establishment with the local mafia.  After returning home Jack finally gets the money for the medicine to treat his son's diptheria which does no good and they travel back from Carcer City to Blackwater to bury little Charlie Marston next to the graves of Jack, Abigail and Uncle as a oil field development begins to takeover the ranch.  After this incident Jack becomes more grateful and appreciative of his wife and kids and becomes more protective of a father although he is still a bitter, cynical angry young adult.  Sadie Adler returns to Beecher's Hope to hopefully meet her old friends but is greatly saddened to hear what happened, she is now a farm owner in Colombia which she bought with bounty hunter money.  

 

Part I - autumn 1928: New Changes, New Similarities, New Problems

 

Jack is now a father of four kids John jr (Johnny) aged 9, Sarah (Sadie) aged 7, James Arthur Marston (Jimmy) aged 5, Dorothy Abigail (Dorothy) aged 2.  The family now lives in North Alderny, meanwhile Joe DeMici became a boss of his own family after attending a meeting in Cleveage, Ohio two years earlier and by this point is now controlling numbers, prostitution, and his own bootlegging rackets.  Meanwhile, Beth (Jack's wife) is becoming increasingly worried about her husband's job and wants him out vowing not to let her family slide into criminal life.  Joe DeMici is now a married man to one of the bosses daughters, Nina Calegossi, he married her in 1920 and they now have four kids with a fifth one on the way.  

 

Meanwhile the Independence City bootlegging operation goes under after one of their key lieutenants becomes a government witness and Joe DeMici and Jack begin to take over the operation.  Jack Marston is taken hostage by the bootlegging operators after 13 of them draw their guns on him during a moment of suspicion, Joe has some of his soldiers and himself go rescue him.  Meanwhile, Joe Massino (mobster based off of Joe Masseria) head of the Pavano Crime Family sends Joe DeMici and Jack Marston settle a dispute between Joe Morello and Al Colossi (who by this point is head of the White City Outfit), however Morello ignores the peacemaking effort and threatens them while Colossi ignores the peacemaking effort and tries to kill them having Jack and Joe DeMici escape in a shootout.  Joe Massino sends Joe DeMici and Jack Marston to settle a dispute with Gaspar Lolino the Boss of the Carcer Outfit to get support for ending the White City Gang War, however, they also refuse to support an end to the war, and a split is formed in the entire American Mafia.  After this Ron Rosenstein the leader of the Jewish Mafia is murdered.  In  the aftermath of this, Liberty City mobster Chirs Nickadimo of the "Homeland Ascent" faction which includes Mikey Gambetti begins negotiating with Joe DeMici to declare independence from Joe Massino, which Joe DeMici agrees to.  

 

Peter J. O'Driscoll, the son of Colm's murdered brother, now a multi-millionaire investor in real estate, movie studios and bootlegging hires DeMici and Jack to help sabatoge his competition in boot legging.  Something familiar about Peter rubs Jack the wrong way but he ignores it while remianing very distrustful of him and not liking him very much.  Jack is given the job of killing Salvatore Bronte, head of the Independence City crime family, motivation given to Jack about this is that he is the son of Angelo Bronte, whom kidnapped him in 1899.  The operation goes sorta wrong and he ends up kidnapping Joe DeMici's children which Jack and Joe rescue.  The spark that sets off a full blown mob war is when head of the Gambetti Crime Family and the Don of Dons for the past 16 years, Nicky Scalero is killed and a power struggle begins and Jack Marston's wife children are kidnapped by Joe Massino, he has to tie up Beth cause she keeps assaulting the kidnappers and even shoots one of them.  The Marston family are rescued by Jack and Joe after which DeMici throws Massino into a meat grinder in the meat packing plant they were held captive in saying "I don't care how much wrong a man did, you never involve his wife and kids". 

 

After this moment, Beth decides she's had enough of Jack's violent career path, personality and chip on his shoulder and leaves taking the kids.  Jack realizes that he's been a absent minded father and a bit of a violent cynical asshole much like his father John was before 1907 and decides to change his ways.  He takes the fall for a murder of a police chief to get rid of wanted charges on the closest thing to a best friend he's ever had Joe DeMici.  Following this, Jack Marston is wanted by the BOI in Liberty, Pennsylvania, Mashuntuckee, Pontiac, Ohio, Illinois and Florentia, he also uses this as an excuse to leave the life for a while and gets Joe DeMici to look after him and his family and make sure none of the other families try to harm him becoming a "fall guy".  Many in the mafia commission see this as a move of Jack "only caring about and wanting to protect and save himself" a move of selfishness, Joe DeMici claims it is to take the heat off of them and assures them that he "witnessed federal agents murder his father in cold blood and that he himself is the closest thing to a best friend he ever had."  

 

Jack takes visits Blackwater where he buys some land just outside the city to give ranching a second chance and finally do what his parents wanted him to do and stop feeling guilty about himself.  Jack buys a 50 acre plot of land southwest of Blackwater and names it Marston Ranch, and has his families graves moved down there.  He convinces Beth to stay married (high honor) to him having her and the kids continue to live with him.  Jack teaches his kids how to fish and farm, feeling like they need how to do that and get rid of the Liberty and mob influence on them.  Jimmy is the one who learns the fastest as he is the smartest Marston child and already reads at a level of a 9 year old despite only being 5 years old. 

 

Al Colossi orders a hit on Joe DeMici's home shoots up his family home but thankfully nobody is killed except the four men who broke into the house.  Joe DeMici moves out into more of the countryside of Alderny and begins building a family compound in a secluded area thats impossible to see from the street.  

 

 

Part II - late spring 1934: Blackwater to the Future

 

In 1931, revenues and finances on the Marston's ranch begins to turn negative from a collapse in prices as the Great Depression takes place.  Al Colossi was arrested in 1930 for tax evasion, feeling betrayed he organizes a new gang behind prison walls using fake letters to family members creating the two-State gang behind the scnees.  He attempts to rat out his former capo Joe DeMici in exchange for a massive shortening of his prison sentence from 25 years to 10 years and avoiding the death penalty.  After reading one of Jack Marston's new novels Mary Beth-gaskill decides to visit the Marston family to reunite with her long lost friends John and Abigail Marston only to be surprised to learn that they've both been dead for a long time, even more surprising when she finally learns about what happened to Karen Jones and isn't surprised about her ending noting how traumatized and grief stricken she was after Sean's death, she visits for a few days and befriends the children telling them about their grandparents on both sides and their adventures together.  Meanwhile Jack is teaching his oldest son John jr how to drive a car.  

 

Meanwhile, Liberty City's newly elected mayor Charles Lemenco orders a police raid on gambling parlors, where the raid damages over 1,000 slot machines owned by Joe DeMici.  Jack Marston is called in for a favor by his friend Joe DeMici as a potential mob war might break out again.  In a North Yankton shootout, Jack Marston kills an FIB agent, (the BOI became the FIB in 1933).  Jack Marston goes into hiding in a spot where only Joe DeMici knows where he is for two weeks while they plan the perfect robbery in an attempt to set up Charles Lemenco's biggest supporter and front-runner in his campaign donations and the two-state gang.  The robbery is a reference to the 1973 film The Sting, this time Jack brings an accomplice along under a fake alias for the robbery Mary Beth-gaskill, who acts as a distraction to the robbery about to take place by faking a fall accident.  After the robbery with the approval of the commission Jack comes out of hiding and he along with Joe DeMici take on the two-state gang.  

 

With the money after the robbery attempt, he pays off his bounty, and expands his ranch and distances himself from the mafia as much as possible, where he begins to have land ownership issues with a local wealthy real estate developer and oil man named Ron Carrington, Avery's father who now uses the land for real estate and oil drilling.  

 

 

Epilogue - early summer 1940: Bad Influences

 

Joe DeMici picks Al Colossi as he is released from prison, drops him off at his home in Broker where he has Colossi killed and the body thrown into the fireplace.  Jack Marston goes down to Lake Don Julio where the cabin in 1914 has been replaced with a small fishing lodge resort and throws his gun into the San Luis River a symbolic reference to the ending of Red Dead Redemption 1 and a message that Jack is done with his outlaw ways doing the exact opposite of what he did back in 1914 this happens simultaneously while Joe DeMici kills Al Colossi symbolizing the two moving on from the demons of their pasts showing Jack's character development since before the events of 1920 going from a depressed, angry, bitter, cynical apathetic husband and father who feels inferior compared to his father and feels like he's disappointing them, to a happier, warmer, more optimistic loving husband and father (high honor) who feels like his own person and feeling like his parents would be proud of him.  As the game credits start rollling a 1940 style newsreel reports Al Colossi has gone missing from his Vice City home found dead remains show a result of cardiac arrest, the newsreel says it could not be confirmed if someone tried to kill due to him being a mobster under house arrest with all his authority and power taken away from him who made too many enemies, but that they've narrowed it down to 26 potential suspects.  Then it shows the Marston family celebrating Jimmy Marston going into university and it shows how respected and powerful of a mob boss Joe DeMici has become and how happy of a family man he is with his wife and six children saying nothing can ruin this happy moment as news of "The Blitz" breaks out on the radio.  

 

 

 

Part II (The Second Game): J. Marston's Revenge

 

America, 1948

The 20th century is nearly half over, after industrialization, intense modernization, two world wars, a great depression and the failure of prohibition, America is a changed land, the outlaws and Old West, either dead or successfully tamed by the federal government are now relics of the past emulated in movies, novels and re-enactments.  New ways of life for soldiers returning home the war takes place in the form of sprawled out suburbs and increasing pollution is threatening the farms and ranches near the big cities.  The cities are slowly becoming more blighted and desperate leading to the first street gangs.  The towns and cities of the West are now indistinguishable from towns and cities anywhere else in the country. Organized crime is reaching the height of its power and influence.  The feds have successfully tamed the west, now they're looking to do the same to the mafia.  Little do they know that there is a way around this through legitimate businesses.  They do this through casinos, wine manufacturing, and bribing local police organizations and politicians.  The families again are on the brink of war with tensions rising, at this point, it's only a matter of time before a spark ignites the increasingly inevitable fire.
 

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Part I - late spring, 1948: The Sins of our Fathers

 

Jimmy Marston (now going by Jim and now a WWII veteran) is now married to his college sweetheart whom he met in college before joining the army, Geri Sawicki, on April 7th of that year they celebrate the birth of their second child a son named Jeffrey Marston.  He has a daughter born in January, 1947 named Linda and graduated from Elizabeth Tech University in December 1947 becoming the first college graduate in his entire family.  Meanwhile, the FIB assistant director of the criminal investigative division, former Lemoyne Representative Louis McCann comes up with a plan to self-destruct the mafia by having them turn on each other by having undercover informants infiltrate meetings to convince the family heads to kill anyone who could potentially rat them out, his plan for this is to get the mafia made men to leave the family and go into witness protection after the loose ends are tied up.  Meanwhile, Jack Marston travles to Vinewood because a movie producer wants to make a movie out of his book Red Dead, with a movie titled the same name (a reference to the irl 1948 John Wayne movie Red River) directed by Issac.  

 

Soon the mafia begins ordering hits on potential rats, former associates and potential leaks including their adult children.  Jack Marston successfully defends his wife and himself.  Johnny Marston is enjoying a meeting with an old childhood friend of his whom he reunited with during the war Vito Gravelli (Jon's brother).  They're gunned down in the restaurant unexpectedly by two hit men with assault rifles.  Sadie Marston who is now a happily married housewife to a man named Larry Phillips with their six year old son Ryan Phillips are enjoying a pleasant morning when Ryan goes off to work only to have his car explode with a car bomb which was intended for both her and her husband but only kills Ryan.  Making her a widow and three assassins storm into the house, she sends Ryan to run off to a neighbors house while she hides, one of the assassins finds her in a  bedroom closet and attempts to rape her, only for Saide to grab a gun in the closet and shot the rapist/assassin in the mouth.  The two other assassins come into the bedroom hoping to find the job finished only to get murdered by her as well.  Being traumatized by this event, her personality goes from being a content small town housewife to a vengeful, violent and at times rather cruel person, especially towards the Gambetti Crime Family, leading her father Jack to comment "I knew it was never a coincidence I gave her that name, perfectly suits her".  Jim shoots off his potential murderes and goes to rescue his sister Dorothy and her recently married to husband Robert "Bob" Peters.  

 

Meanwhile, Jon Gravelli recently a made man in the Calegossi Family becomes a soldier within the family, and decides to help out in finding out who is pushing the families onto the brink of a war.  

 

Jack Marston overwhelmed by the grief of the loss of his oldest son decides he wants revenge but he doesn't want to lower himself to the level of his killers, his wife Beth becomes very overwhelmed and secretly blames Jack for this and threatens to divorce him and enter the kids into witness protection.  His 25 year old son Jim says he will help save his family and avenge his older brother's death, Sadie also joins in for vengeance eagerly and holds a grudge against Jack for living a life that got him involved with these people.  Meanwhile a fued begins in Vinewood between Fred Quincy and Abe Schwartzman leading to the death of the movie director Issac having him replaced by movie director J. Lee Andrews who resigns and is replaced with Arvell Kane.  Jack's hat is stolen in his office and is placed in a trashcan by the murder scene thus framing him for murder.  

 

One of the first scenes with Joe DiMici in Part II he is seen aging because of health issues becoming somewhat of a shell of his former self, he is with Jim Marston saying he wants to know more about the men who framed his father for murder and who attempted to kill his family.  Vowing that Jim keep it a secret Joe tells him the truth about his father before he moved back to Blackwater and what they did, there Jim finally learns about the sacrifices his father made and how the mafia gave his family a second chance at a free life with a cost, also how he and Jack never really like Manbano where Joe agrees to convince The Commission to take down Manbano if he refuses to step down.  Jim Marston along with Jon Gravelli, Sadie and Nick DeMici (Joe's son), Jack secretly joins them against the wishes of his wife and son and together they singlehandedly take on the army around Vincent Manbano at the Manbano Compound.  Jack and Sadie are injured in the firefight and they're both taken to the hospital in the same ambulance where they fully reconcile their differences.  Vincent Manbano is kidnapped and brought to Sonny Calegossi in a coup who becomes the head of the Gambetti Crime Family and in return allows the Marstons to return to a private life, making them immune from any violent actions so long as they don't tell any authorities about their actions, and given Jack's hatred and bitterness towards government authority hapilly agrees, Jon Gravelli is also promoted to a Capo within the family.  Sonny Calegossi is made head of the Gambetti Crime Family which is renamed the Calegossi Crime Family and head of the Commission in the conservative faction where Fred Carmelo is head of the liberal faction.  

 

Jim Marston visits his father in Los Santos on the movie set where Jack is a screenwriter.  While Jim Marston is at the train station in Los Santos about to board a train back to Blackwater, he notices a stow away in the form of a 70 year old con woman being confronted by security and ticket checkers for conning her way into getting free rides (similar to the elderly woman in the 1970 film airport) and sees whats going on.  They briefly recognize eachother where Jim takes control of the situation and offers to pay for her ticket and apologies.  The woman reveals herself to be Mary-Beth Gaskill and gives Jim a photo of the old Van der Linde gang from 1898 which features his grandparents, right after John returned to the gang after a year of absence and points out which ones are his grandparents, the photo also reveals a 3 year old Jack Marston, she also gives him a news article from 1899 about the Blackwater Massacre, after she leaves and they go on their way Jim discovers he's been pick-pocketed and all the cash in his wallet is gone.  Surprisingly, he decides not to chase her down for the theft and just lets it go.  After this, Jim decides he wants to be in his own business and takes out a loan to buy a ranch to start a cheese making business using the same style and methods for cheese making as the Sicilians use but on a industrial scale.  Jack after screenwriting for his first film decides to split his ranch with 75 acres going to each of his children.  

 

 

Part II - early autumn, 1956: Red Family Redemption

 

With a drought taking place since 1949 in New Austin, since 1950 in East Elizabeth, and since 1951 in West Elizabeth Jim's business isn't doing very well, even though he is very intelligent and good with numbers.  Dorothy was the first to sell her lot of land to real-estate developers in 1953, Jack decided to stop screenwriting after seeing how racist Vinewood was during the production of his second screenplay being made Bullwhip Fury.  Continious drought and a failed season cause Sadie Marston to sell her farm in 1955 and move to South Yankton to take up work as a professional hitwoman, as that spring her son was put into juvenile detention for setting his school on fire killing people and later that summer in juvenile detention summer camp for ramming a shotgun up the butt of one the heads of the camp after being punished for starting a fight with a fellow inmate and shot the insides of the camp leaders torso.

 

In June, 1956 hit attempts again are taken on both Jack and Jim Marston by the son of Vincent Manbano where Jim assures him that he'll fight this one himself and joins his old time friend Jon Gravelli in finding out answers.  In July of that year a mafia conference is being held the Lanapean Mountains called the Lenapean Conference, which is a meeting of all the heads of all the Commission families which was organized in secret through secret codes by payphones.  During the meeting the FIB storm the meeting and Jim Marston and Jon Gravelli are forced to shoot their way out of there and go into hiding for a couple of weeks where Jon Gravelli and Jim Marston are made as the "rat" scapegoats even though they had nothing to do with the raid.  Jim Marston calls Geri from a payphone in Annesburg and tells her to take the kids and some money and head to Florentia under the name "Jenny Milton".  Jim Marston and Jon Gravelli temporarily lose everything with $100,000 wanted bounties on their heads and head to Cuba where they lay low and Jim takes up the fake name "John Milton".  They lay low in Cuba for about five weeks in the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, while Jim occasionally writes letters with fake names back to his wife.  During this time, Jim realizes that he's been a rather absent, work focused cold indifferent father and husband and decides to work on improving himself and the way he interacts with others, becoming less uptight and somewhat sociopathic (consequence of war trauma).  

 

In September, while Jim and Jon are hiding in Havana, suddenly guerrilla soldiers attack the army base nearby and students mount attacks on the streets of Havanna.  Realizing that the nation is on the verge of a civil war or revolution and how imminent it is, Jon Gravelli has a unknown contact make false passports for them to sneak back into the United States, Jim is also beginning to realize how much he misses his wife and kids and how distracted of a parent he's been.  

 

Jim Marston and Jon Gravelli get found out by authorities right before they escape and end up taking refuge in East Los Santos in a small apartment where they counter local Mexican-American gangs with the street violence.  Meanwhile, the south and east sides of Los Santos are becoming increasingly racially segregated and urban declines is taking place as white residents are leaving for more open affluent areas.  One of the residents of the hispanic neighborhoods where gang wars are now becoming very commonplace a distinguished 24 year old Korean War veteran named Luis Cortez is looking for a way to permanently end all the Mexican gang infighting.  Jon Gravelli decides to end the local violence by working with the Mexican gangs and convinces them to ally with eachtoerh and form a system of alliance and collaboration with gangs who they have a common main enemy with.  In exchange for this the Gravelli family gains a very important ally with eachother and form a system of alliance and collaboration with gangs.  During this time they get introduced to one of the smarter more ambitious gang leaders Luis Cortez, and his lover Consuella Madrazo and their illigetimate three year old son Martin.  This also starts the point where Jim Marston becomes a fan of Mexican cuisine much like how his father became a fan of Italian cuisine after becoming a mob associate.  The Los Santos Vagos are founded by Luis Cortez by organizing all the local Mexican street gangs into one cohesive unit under his leadership, the next few missions are getting the remaining Mexican street gangs in line and getting them to submit to the Vagos in order to stop such chaotic street violence the Latin American neighborhoods.  

 

With the casino buisness doing better than ever, Joe DeMici finds out about where Jim Marston and Jon Gravelli are and arranges one last heist for old times sake from his rivals, to make extra money from refusing to go into narcotics and against Luca Bello who ordered the hit on the Marstons and to get them the bounties to payoff the government officials.  Massive preparations begin on teh robbery attempt at the warehouse where most of the drug money is stored at Bello's compound, preparations are a reference to the 1955 French-US film Rififi.  The robbery attempt is successful and following this Jim buys a new ranch of 500 acres and returns to his family and decides to take a trip with them to Quincyworld in Analheim on a family vacation where he decides to raise his family in the way his father would've like to and how his grandfather could not.  Luiz Cortezx has the local Mexican street gangs successfully coordinated into the Vagos and Jon Gravelli is promoted to the position of underboss within the Calegossi crime family.  Meanwhile, it was discovered that Andrei Nickadimo set them up and was planning on becoming head of the commission so with the permission of the Commission they raid the Nickadimo crime family and overthrow Andrei Kickadimo who is then replaced by Vincent Pavano. 

 

 

Epilogue - spring, 1962: Marston's Law

 

In March, 1962 Jack Marston is pistol whipped entering his car after drinking and his gun is stolen where he is framed for two murders.  Meanwhile, Nicky Genaro an enforcer for the DiMici crime family attempts the ultimate betrayal and kidnaps four of the highest ranking members of the DeMici crime family except for Anthony Ancelotti whom he lets go, and Joe DeMici who escapes to Florentia.  During this time Lemoyne Senator Louis McCann the former FIB director begins the Saldante hearings, investigating organized crime where several key figures in mafia history are being brought into Capitol City to testify mainly Salvatore Saldante of the Pavano Crime Family is called to testify and a massive investigation into the organized crime world begins exposing the information to the world about the mafia including the term la costra nova.  Jon Gravelli and Jim Marston rescue the members of the DeMici crime family and track Genaro down to kill him in a shoot out.  

 

While this is going on Luis Cortez  using his organizational and discipline skills he learned from the mafia to create the Los Santos Vagos is now using his skills for the black street gangs on a young 22 year old protege named Spines Fress do the same with the black gangs of the city.  After learning most of what they need to know Senator Louis McCann makes a deal with Jon Gravelli and Jim MArston that they can kill Salvatore Saldante and have the law look the other way in exchange for torturing a few public enemies thought to be Russian-Soviet spies.  These "Russian-Soviet spies" include supposed communists, civil rights leaders and labor leaders, they agree on the suspected spies and Soviet leaders but Jim is disgusted by going after the Civil Rights leaders and refuses to do so along with Jon.  

 

One of the final scenes with Joe DeMici before he is betrayed by his son-in-law Anthony Ancelotti, is where he is seen with both Jim Marston and Jon Gravelli saying be minddful of who they associate with and choose to trust along with their new friend Luis Esceula, also Joe DeMici mentions the monster whom his mother claims he was, and that he was actually one of the most reasonable mafia men, tells Jim the story about how he actually saved his father's life.  

 

In May, Joe DeMici is murdered after being betrayed by Anthony Ancelotti as Caligula's Palace is completed and opened.  Mr McReary is framed for the murder and becomes a fugitive where Maureen McReary his wife takes over the Irish Mafia where it is revealed she is pregnant with her second child.  The reason for his murder was about being heistant and trying to avoid the narcotics trade, his extreme frugality with his soldiers, his growing ineptitude, but the main motive was being passed over for a promotion to underboss.  After this a major heist occurs at Ancelotti's Las Venturas Casino to get back at Joe DeMici's murder and his dope supply routes are sabatoged combined with a robbery on the new casino - a reference to the 1960 film Ocean's 11 but more like the modernized 2001 remake.  

 

Later, Carlo Messina is killed after Jim Marston, Jon Gravelli and Luis Esceula raid the Messina compound, with everything being done Jim is finally allowed to never have anything to do with the mob life ever again and returns back to his family and business for good while Jon Gravelli is promoted to underboss of the Calegossi Crime Family.  One final act is commited with Luis Esceula, Jon Gravelli and Jim Marston commit a revenge mission, Luis Esceula wants the remaining leaders of the local individual street gangs gone, and all three want revenge on Senator Luis McCann.  They sneak into the Senator's home at night, kidnap him and leave him hogtiedd dropping him off at a local gentleman's club in Saint Denis and send information of secret deals and conversations with the Senator to unknown mafia controledd newspapers - there it was revealed that he planning to keep Jim Crow laws enforced (Southern Manifesto), the torturing of law-abiding US citizens without evidence of being "communists" or "civil-rights activists".  The following day newspapers read with headlines of "SENATOR RESPONSIBLE FOR MOB WARS".

 

 

Part III (The Third Game in the trilogy): Rise of Hoodlums

 

America, 1970 

America is now beginning to reach its full sexual and social maturity.  The past 8 years have been a tumultuous time for the country. The old social orders are given way to new ones, the war in Vietnam has turned out to be a never-ending disaster.  The continued blight and decay of the cities have led to urban riots, soaring crime and new kind of gang activity being formed in the streets.  The calm and innocence of post-war America can no longer hide the growing problems underneath the surface, as a new age of rebellion and passion has formed leading to an embrace of sex and drugs.  With this comes new opportunities and a new kind of outlaw, the street gangs, narcotics dealing and prostitution but it also leads to new forms of old problems: gangs, violence and STDs.  

 

 

 

Part I - late-spring, 1970: Old Gangsters, New Gangstas

 

Fred Johnson is returning home from his second tour of Vietnam his first tour was from 1965 to 1966 after being arrested for joining the newly formed Ballas after the "Riots of 65" his second one was from 1967 to 1970.  Meanwhile, Jeff Marston is returning home from Vietnam after spending three years there, at this point he is a self-centered, directionless, somewhat rebellious young adult who wants to make his own path in life, typical for a young adult of his generation, although he was a very dutiful good soldier with incredibly exceptional marksmanship skills.  Fred Johnson reunites with his wife Beverly and his two kids 2 year old Carl and 5 year old Sean.  Jeff reunites with his family and can't decide what to do with his life so he decides to find a quick job for an honest living.  Jeff Marston finds a quick job going into tow trucking and car reposession using his mechanical skills to break into cars which he learned as a kid playing with locks and in the military.  One day one of the cars he has to reposes gets the attention of the Cravelli crime family after he repossesses one of their cars and successfully eludes them.  Eventually, they find out who he is and his family history and call the Commission, they're a reference to the irl Dallas and Houston crime family the Civello family that existed from 1921 to 1990.  Feeling unfulfilled with his dead end repossession job Jeff Marston is being forced into an opprotunity to work with the Cravelli family to do some driving for them smuggling narcotics operations for them by driving a truck filled with heroin filled crates covered in beef (to throw off guard dogs) from Blackwater to Dover to a railroad warehouse with the Dover crime family who control the truck labor unions in the central US.  

 

Framed by two crooked racist cops officer Julius Thomas (the black cop and leader of the two whom Fred calls Uncle Thomas to piss him off) and officer Richard Miller whom dislike Fred Johnson hire him to drive a car from South San Andreas to Coronado they frame him on drug charges and say if he doesn't cooperate they'll arrest him, while in Coronado he is put on probation for car theft despite the cops telling him to smuggle the vehicle and he is also framed for the 500lbs of drugs in the trunk of the vehicle while in Dover.  About 48 hours after the job, Jeff is at a local cafe to collect the money in downtown Dover while Fred Johnson is trying to get back to Los Santos needing to drive to the airport attempts to steal a car unknowingly being rented by Jeff Marston.  Jeff stops Fred by pointing a gun at his head telling him there are more efficient ways to hotwire a car, then a cop car shows up to inspect the scene, just then a murder happens in the cafe with one of the mobsters shooting an accomplice of Jeff's causing the officer to get distracted and call for back up, then Jeff tells Fred to slide into the passenger seat and hot-wires the car much more quickly and attempts to flee the scene leading to a police chase then evades the cops and heads to his Aunt Sadie's house in North Yankton, where she is a part-time professional assassin, where they will hide for a few days then fly back to Blackwater.  It turns out the murder in the cafe was because one of the local drug dealers got suspicious when a cop car arrived thinking the scene was a set up.  

 

Mr. McReary comes back out of hiding and reunites with his family and attempts to retake the Irish Mafia, he goes to Blackwater to ask the Marston family for help who reluctantly agree, after realizing they owe him for helping with the 62' robbery, Jeff agrees to do the work much to his father's annoyance, during this part this is where Jeff meets Giovanni Ancelotti who agrees to help bribe the cops to expunge his criminal record if he does favors for him, Fred decides to go as well.  During this time Giovanni Ancelotti a 30 year old capo in the Ancelotti crime family is tasked with kidnapping a film director Mario DeMoro while he is preparing his new mafia movie project and making him disappear, he does this successfully but they find another director while there he bumps heads with Fred Johnson.  Meanwhile, a gang war begins in Beanston's underworld as Mr. McReary attempts to retake the Beanston Irish Mafia.  While this is going on Fred Johnson meets Robert Howard in Las Venturas and helps him clear out a mafia run hotel/casino so Howard could buy it.  After all this Fred Johnson returns to his wife and kids with new connections.  

 

Fred Johnson with his childhood bestfriend Lamont Davis and his younger brother PJ help establish a new street gang, the Grove Street Families, this occurs after both Johnson and Daivs and several other Ballas confront Spines Fress and Ben Orville in a street attack by uniting all the gangs in the region such as the Cyrus and Green Stones and Glen Park Boys by forming an alliance of non-Ballas gangs called the "Grove Street Families".  By this point Fred has two kids a 5 year old and 2 year old son and a third child on the way.  Fred Johnson, Lamont Davis and PJ begin holding meetings to help organize the Grove Street Families seeing how bad things got, holding meetings in local parks, setting up safe houses in case of attacks, bringing together leaders of neighboring gangs to form unions and setting a dress code of khakis, suspenders, green ace duece derby hats, green leather jacket, an ear ring in the left ear, black glove on the left hand and a green bandanna on the left side.  The original idea behind the Grove Street Families isn't about crime or violence but to promote strength in the community and to protect "the grove" from crime and outsidde threats he demands that all surrounding Grove Families get along and follow the same code.  

 

During this period, Jeff begins to realize the struggles his father, grandfather and great-grandfather went through with crime and is appalled by the actions of the gangs, he then decides to better himself by going to college and meeting the right girl to get married with and eventually start a family.  Jack says that Jeff resembles his father John in personality, spirit and appearance but that unlike John he had plenty of positive familial influence growing up and knows the value of family.  

 

   

 

 

Part II - late-spring to early summer, 1978: One Last Redemption

 

Jeff Marston is now a college graduate, graduating university in 1975, he got married to a woman named Bonnie Ellis in 1973, had a daughter named Jenny in 1975 and now just had a son named Josh born April 12th, 1978.  Jeff Marston visits his grandparents to have him meet their one month old infant great-grandson and spend time with them.  Jack has Jeff drive him to the shopping mall where Beecher's Hope was to tell him to cherish every moment and don't take family for granted and when he sees a historical marker in a parking lot of where his parent's grave originally was, he gets a flash back climbs out of his wheel chair and tries to walk quickly to where teh barn and house used to be only to collapse from a flare up (he has severe COPD by this point) as Jeff prevents him from falling him to the ground and rushes him to the nearby hospital.  While there he decides to call up and do the favors he owes Giovanni Ancelotti so he can get his family out of association and out of the life before any of his children become old enough to remember anything about him so they don't think badly of him or associate any of their family memories with severe crime unlike Jeff himself, his father Jim, grandfather Jack and great-grandfather John.  He also does this to take responsibility for his past actions and clear the family name before his grandfather dies, after the doctor says Jack has a year left at most given how advanced his lung disease is.  

 

Meanwhile Fred Johnson is released from prison for being framed for a robbery back in 1973, he is released from prison and is picked up by Ancelotti family Capo Giovanni Ancelotti where he is told that he will be left alone in Los Santos to run his own street gang with immunity if he does a "few special favors" for the last of which is taking a flight to Carcer City to murder a teamsters leader.  Fred Johnson has lost everything while he was in prison, his wife and kids, his brother and his control over the gang he established and realizing that his ex-wife wants nothing to do with him and has sole custody of the kids, he decides to take back control of the Grove Street Families and he quickly reunites with Lamont Davis.  Meanwhile, Fred is hired by Jock Cranley to hide the body of his dead wife who Jock pushed off a cliff.  It is also revealed that officers Thomas and Miller are involved in making side money on the drug trade and want Fred Johnson and his gang gone so no one can prevent dealers from peddling heroin on the streets.  Spines Fress has now become the biggest pimp and drug dealer in Los Santos and is head of the Ballas, but never doing any of the dirty work himself unless he absolutely has to in order to avoid a criminal record he bribes cops to look the other way.  

 

Jeff realizes that he can no longer associate with anything illegal and must get the Marston family line a normal life once and for all he finds a way to do it agreeing with Giovanni Ancelotti if he does a few favors for him, he will be forever legitimate and untouchable, Giovanni realizes he can use Jeff and his skills he learned in Vietnam to help secure a legitimate drug empire and takeover the Ancelotti family.  Jeff's first job is to travel down to Los Santos to work with Fred Johnson on a job of stealing 48 cars in three days in exchange for expunging of their police records (reference to the 1974 film Gone in 60 Seconds).  

 

After this Jeff Marston, Giovanni Ancelotti, Fred Johnson and the Mendez Brothers are sent on a mission to Colombia to bring a new booming narcotic operation into the United States and to be the first family to secure the drug trade, which is booming in the US thanks to a drug craze among the youth in the US and the disco seen as usual chaos ensues.  While there they meet an increasingly ambitious rising 30 year old drug lord named Pascual Elisondo who is seizing an island from corrupt government officials which has an air strip and a port on it as a spot for his drug cartel he created with his brother two years earlier.  The two are given a mission of traveling down there with drugs, weapons and explosives in a truck down rough roads (a reference to the 1977 movie Sorcerer).  

 

After they secure and clear the base they travel to Nicaragua to then travel by plane to the United States, bur unfortunately the National Liberation Front begins a campaign to oust the dynastic dictatorship in the country leading to a bloody revolution where they sneak the drugs on a cargo ship now that the airport has been seized by rebels and have no other choice of escape (reference to the Nicaraguan Revolution).  When they arrive back to the US aboard a cargo ship in Vice City it is seized by the US Coast Guard where they must make an escape and shoot their way out where they find 54 tons of marijuana and 10 tons of cocaine on the ship - a reference to the December, 1977 Night Train seizure after this the Melanin Cartel begins smuggling drugs in through planes.  Jeff Marston, Fred Johnson, Giovanni Ancelloti and the Mendez Brothers return from Colombia to help establish a drug trade network although Jeff and Fred want nothing to do with it and just want to complete the favors.  

 

After this Fred Johnson works with friend Lamont Davis to clear the Los Santos Grove Street Families territory of heroin and dope pushers and begins to bring back discipline and order to the Grove Street Families.  Fred Johnson discovers that Spines Fress set him up with that robber attempt in 73' and he is the main heroin distributor in the gangs territories and that he actually has Officers Thomas and Miller working for him with drug money.  It was also discovered that Anthony Ancelotti set up his nephew Giovanni, Fred Johnson and Jeff Marston for a misreable journey in an attempt to get them killed for revenge for discovering Giovanni's plot to overhtorw him and Jeff's father's robbery of his casinos and heroin sabatoges, a shootout occurs at the DeMici now Ancelotti Family Compound where Anthony is killed, this is the last mission for Giovanni and Marston.  Jeff Marston returns home to admit that he and the family are free from mafia interference once and for all.  Fred Johnson and Lamont Davis set up an ambush for Spines Fress after it was discovered he was targeting Families members for heroin addiction to weaken the gang and set up a meeting between the two where the cops unexpectedly arrive and Lamont is killed, Frank ends up killing Officer Thomas and Miller in a foot chase but is severely wounded where Spines Fress narrowly escapes but is cornered and arrested by cops, meanwhile Frank sneaks away by jumping into the back of a car being driven by Jeff Marston.  After this Giovanni is made head of the Ancelotti crime family, Sonny Calegossi dies and is replaced as boss of the Calegossi crime family by Jon Gravelli who also becomes head of the commission, and Jack Marston dies of respiratory failure and COPD at the age of 83.  

 

 

Characters, Protagonists and Antagonists

 

Protagonists Part I

Jack Marston (1920, 1928, 1934 and 1940)

Joe DeMici (1920, 1928, 1934 and 1940) - founder of the Ancelotti Crime Family, the last of the Commission families to be organized

 

Protagonists Part II

Jim Marston (1948, 1956 and 1962)

Jon Gravelli (1948, 1956 and 1962)

Luis Cortez (1956 and 1962) - founder of the Los Santos Vagos

 

Protagonists Part III

Jeff Marston (1970 and 1978)

Giovanni Ancelotti (1970 and 1978)

Fred Johnson (1970 and 1978) - CJ's father and founder of the Grove Street Families

 

 

 

P.S. I'll edit more as I put more information up.

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why does this not have any comments yet this is an amazing idea

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I don't know, hopefully it will soon.  I still have yet to add more details though.  

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Mafia and Gangster Characters and Real Life Equivalents
Years        Character        IRL Equivalent
1920-1962    Joe DeMici   -    Joe Profaci and Frank Costello (but mainly Profaci)
1920-1928    Jose Massino     -   Joe Masseria
1920-1928    Ron Rosenstein    -    Arnold Rothstein
1920-1928    Nicky Scalero    -    Nicolo Schiro
1920-1940    Al Colossi    -    Al Capone
1920-1948    Chirs Nickadimo    -   Charles Lucky Luciano
1920-1948    Vincent Manbano    -    Joseph Bonanno
1928-1940    Mike Gambetti     -   Salvatore Maranzano
1934-1948    Buddy Goldman    -    Bugsy Siegel
1934-1978    Sonny Cangelossi  -  Vito Genovese and Frank Costello
1940-1978    Jon Gravelli    -    Carlo Gambino and John Gotti
1948-1956:    Andrei Nickadimo  -  Alber Anastasia
1956-1978    Luis Cortez      -   Luis Flores
1956-1978    Anthony Ancelotti  -  Joseph Colombo
1956-1978    Giovanni Ancelotti  -  Carmine Persico
1970-1978    Fred Johnson    -    Reymond Washington
1970-1978    Spines Fress    -    Stanley Tookie Williams III
1978        Pascual Elisondo  -  Pablo Escobar

 

 

Other Major Figures and IRL Equivalents
Years        Character        IRL Equivalent
1920-1940    Harry Vapid   -     Henry Ford
1920-1970    H. Ross Jackson    -    J. Edgar Hoover
1928-1940    Daniel F. Waxman  -  Franklin D. Roosevelt
1928-1940    Peter J. O'Driscoll  -  Joseph P. Kennedy
1928-1970    Robert Howard     -   Howard Hughes
1948-1962    Fred Quincy   -     Walt Disney
1956-1962    Francis J. O'Driscoll  -  John F. Kennedy
1948-1970    Larry Jefferson   -     Lyndon B. Johnson
1956-1970    Nelson Ramsay    -    Richard Nixon

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Changes in the world in the time 

 

1907 to 1920:    Cars become much more common and almost universally replace horeses in Saint Denis
        The Opera House in Saint Denis is being rebuilt and shows signs of major fire damage
        Ther is now a museum of art in Saint Denis
        There is now a zoo in Saint Denis ironically it replaces the long abandoned Prinz & Co.
        Eugene Park on the coast between Cleveage and Carcer City has 2 rollercoasters, although it has a policy "non-whites not allowed" 
        Valentine now has more established buildings
        The first bowling alley opens in Saint Denis, there is one in Broker and White City as well
        There is now a Vapid dealership in Saint Denis, Annesburg and one being constructed in Valentine
        There is now one completed high rise building in Saint Denis the 14 story Bank of Lemoyne Building
        There is one skyscraper halfway under construction in Saint Denis the 20 story Hispania Bank Building
        Rhodes now has paved roads in the town only
        One high rise building now exists in Saint Denis
        There is now a designation to the road from Valentine to Blackwater
        You now start to see cars on city roads and in small towns occassionally although they greatly struggle on country roads
        Gas stations first start appearing
        Every settlement now has a movie theater
        The Klu Klux Klan becomes much more prominent especially in the Midwest, countryside and Leymone 
        The Independence Art Museum is in the early stage of construction
        The Parkland Central Library is under construction in Independence City
        There are signs for newly built neighborhoods in South Los Santos saying "The Working Man's Reward, Los Santos' Finest"
        Hershey Memorial is being built in Capitol City (based on the Lincoln Memorial)

 

 


1914 to 1920:    Much more common to see cars in New Austin 
        Blackwater increases 50% in size and is the same population as Saint Denis in 1854
        Streets are now all paved in Blackwater
        Armadillo increases 50% in size and population
        All cars now have license plates on them
        There is now a single textile mill and a oil refinery complex in Blackwater
        There is now one streetcar line in Blackwater
        There are now two high rise buildings in Blackwater the 18 story Blackwater Hotel building
        There is now a Vapid dealership in Blackwater and one being built in Armadillo
        There are now two bridges crossing the Upper Montana River - one for trains and the other horse traffic and motor cars

 

1920 to 1928:    The city of Blackwater becomes almost the same size as Saint Denis in 1907 and the same population as Saint Denis in 1894
        the Vapid River Splouge Plant is constructed in the soutwest side of Carcer City
        More skyscrapers in Independence City, White City, Carcer City, Liberty City, San Fierro
            - Zirconium Building in Liberty City is under construction
            - 40 Wall Street in Liberty City is under construction
            - Time Warner Center in Liberty City
            - City Hall in Los Santos
            - Lombank West in Los Santos
            - Russel Tower in San Fierro
            - Whiz Building in San Fierro
            - GK Pursue Tower in Blackwater
            - Rose Hotel in Blackwater
            - Leymone Bank Building in Saint Denis
            - Casper Roland Building in Blackwater is underconstruction
            - Bull Building in Carcer City
            - Cadillac Building in Carcer City
            - Novel Tower in Carcer City
            - Pebble Tower in Carcer City
            - Temple Building in White City
            - Minefield Building in White City
            - Palmlove Building in White City is under construction
            - Civic House in White City is under construction
            - White City Trade Center is under construction
            - Harvey Building in Cottonmouth
            - Mongolia Tower in Dillard
            - Three Plaza in Dillard
            - Bank of Lemoyne Building in Saint Denis
            - Four Moons in Saint Denis
            - Race Building in Bison
        Bridge is built connecting Independence City to Campbell, Alderny 
        Independence City now has a subway line
        Backlot City is built in Los Santos 
        Fred Film Production Company establishes a studio in Los Santos 
        Most cartoons shown in movie theaters are Fred Quincy Productions
        The first college in Blackwater is established its called Blackwater Junior College        
        The Vinewoodland sign is erected 
        Las Venturas doubles in size and popualtion and you see the first neon sign
        Los Santos doubles in size and population
        Blackwater doubles in size and population
        Armadillo more than doubles in size and population
        Vice City triples in population
        There are now large football fields in more cities
            Fodder Field in White City
            Los Santos Memorial Colossieum
            Kazaam Stadium in San Fierro
            Touche Stadium in Saint Denis 
        There is now a tunnel connecting Alderny to Algonquin
        Times square becomes much more lit up 
        Mansions are built north of Vice City
        There are now Wheeler-Rawson Stores in every city in the country
        Some main country roads are being paved
        The Independence Art Museum is completed in Independence City
        The Hershey Memorial Reflecting Pool is completed
        It is now possible to fly from Liberty City to White and Carcer City by airplane
        It is now more common to see cars and trucks than horses and carriages in the countryside
        There are now two majority paved highways 
        The Parkland Central Library is completed in Independence City
        On (Hershey Highway) connecting Liberty City to Independence City to White City to Valentine to Strawberry to San Fierro
        Another (Route 68) conecting White City to Blackwater to Armadillo to Las Venturas to Los Santos
        Blackwater Junior College is renamed University of Blackwater
        The Air Force base in Dillard has been converted into an airport
        Gas stations become much more common everywhere
        The new 69th Street Station in Independence City is in the early stages of construction
        Only the most elaborate theaters now play sound movies
        The Hershey Memorial is completed in Capitol City
        The Federal Triangle in Capitol City is under construction
        The Klu Klux Klan members become slightly less common than they were in 1920
        The price at gas stations falls from 30 cents a gallon to 21 cents a gallon

 

 

1928 to 1934:    More iconic skyscrapers completed in White City, Independence City and Liberty City
            - Zirconium Building in Liberty City
            - Rotterdam Tower in Liberty City
            - Columbus Center is under construction
            - White City Trade Center
            - Civic House in White City
            - Palmlove Building in White City
            - National Bank Building in Saint Denis
            - Bison City Hall in Bison
        Bridge connecting Alderny to Algonquin now exists
        The grave sites of John, Abigail, Charlie Marston and Uncle are now at the new Marston Family Ranch
        Blackwater is now the same population as Saint Denis in 1907
        The Golden Gate Bridge is under construction although all you see are the two towering red towers
        The Oakland Bay Bridge is under construction you can see the tall suspension towers with no connections 
        Construciton crews in the countryside are now common
        The Plumbers Skyway is completed in Alderny
        Saint Denis now has an airport
        There are ocassional dust storms in New Austin
        The new 69th Street Station in Independence City is completed
        Harridan of the Seine is the movie portrayed at live action movie theaters
        Drought is occuring in the countryside
        You can now gamble in Las Venturas legally
        Blackwater now has an airport
        Vice City increases 40% in population
        The Clinton Institute is completed in Independence City
        Radios are now avaliable only in the two most luxurious cars in the game 
            Although they can be added in other cars as an expensive modification at local customs shops
        It becomes common to see unemployed beggars on the streets
        First sign of shantytowns in the cities - reference to Hoovervilles
        Only movie theaters in the cities play sound movies
        The Federal Triangle is completed in Capitol City
        The Jake Abrams Library is under construction in Capitol City
        The Supreme Court Building is under construction in Capitol City 
        The price at gas stations falls from 21 cents to 15 cents a gallon

 

 

1934 to 1940:    Las Venturas increases 50% in size and population
        Dillard is now the same population as Blackwater in 1928 and Saint Denis in 1894
        It is now possible to fly from White City to San Fierro or Los Santos by plane
        There is now a 567 foot tall monument on the very southern end of Blackwater on the shore the San Luis Monument
            it is on the shore of the San Luis River and a reference to the San Jacinto monument of Houston, Texas
        There is now one hotel in Las Venturas
        Radios are now only standard in high-end cars
        The Golden Gate Bridge is completed
        The Oakland Bay Bridge is now completed 
        The two highways are now fully paved 
        Blackwater is now the same population as Saint Denis in 1920
        Vice City increases 40% in size and population
        The Wizard of Ass is now the film at live action movie theaters
        Movie theaters outside the cities now play sound movies
        The Jake Abrams Library building is completed
        The Jefferton Memorial is under construction in Capitol City
        The Supreme Court Building is completed in Capitol City
        The price at gas stations rises from 15 cents to 16 cents a gallon
        Annesburg peaks in population 

 

 

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1940 to 1948:    Most roads are paved everywhere 
        All cars now have radios
        Las Venturas more than doubles in size and popualtion
        There are now two major casinos in Las Venturas
        Blackwater increases 70% in size and population
        Air quality over Blackwater, Dillard and especially Los Santos gets much worse
        It is now possible to take a flight from Liberty City to Los Santos non-stop
        The first helicopters become avaliable
        The V in the Vinewoodland sign is blown off and the sign as a whole begins to become deliapidated
        Bip the Dog is the newly released animated film at movie theaters
        Gordon Moorehead Rides Again begins being broadcast on the radios
        Blackwater now has the same population as Saint Denis and is starting to surpass it
        Waterbowl Stadium is completed in Blackwater
        Mile High Ballclub is completed in Dover
        Increased house construction
        The first Up-n-Atom appears in Los Santos
        There is one Wigwam Burger in Armadillo 
        The Jefferton Memorial is completed in Capitol City
        The Heptagon is completed in Capitol City
        Mercantile Building is completed in Dillard one of the only two towers from 1940 to 1948
        Barkley Building in Beanston
        The price of gas at gas stations rises from 16 cents to 25 cents a gallon
        Annesburg shows signs of decline as stores begin shutting down and miners laid off

 

 

1948 to 1956:    Drought is occuring in the countryside in New Austin and West Elizabeth and the Hartlands where it is particularly severe
        The first interstate highways are being constructed 
        Las Venturas doubles in population
        All important roads are paved
        Vice City increases 80% in population
        One Augury Plaza is a new skyscraper in White City
        Blackwater increases 50% in size and population
        Air quality over Los Santos gets even worse
        The Vinewood sign begins to deterorate even further
        Airports have become larger and more important
        Every 3 days a nuclear bomb goes off in the middle of the desert northeast of Las Venturas
        More poorer minority sections of cities begin increasing in segregation and blight
        Precursors to the first street gangs begin showing up
        Increased house construction
        Duffy International Airport is under construction in White City
        Mexican gang violence is now very prevalent in Los Santos
        First black gangs are being formed in Liberty City, Saint Denis, Los Santos and White City
        An amusement park named Fred's World opens up east of Los Santos
        The second Marston Ranch have now been sold to land developers or annexed by the city and a shopping mall is under construction there
        surrounded by new housing subdivisions
        You're now able to watch a TV-set
        There are now four Wigwam Resturants, two in Los Santos, one in Armadillo, One in Blackwater and one opening in White City
        There is now a Burger Shot in Vice City
        There is now a Cluckin Bell in Valentine
        There are now three Horny's Burgers
        The first mall is built the Waxman Mall just east of Liberty City
        The first mall in the central US is built the Strawberry Creek Shopping Center in Dover
        420 19th Street Tower in Dover is completed
        The Republic Tower in Dillard is completed
        The price of gas at gas stations rises from 25 cents a gallon to 29 cents a gallon
        Annesburg loses another 15% of its population and the town declines further

 

 

1956 to 1962:    The first interstate highways are completed
        Las Venturas doubles in population
        The Welcome to Fabulous Las Venturas Sign is erected in Las Venturas
        The Manned Space Center opens in Blackwater
        The Brown Streak Rollercoaster is the first new rollercoaster since 1940 (parody of Blue Streak at Cedar Point)
        There is now a massive increase in construction at Launch Operations Center in Cape Carnival, Florida
        More highways are under construction
        Skyscraper Construction restarts
            - The GetaLife Building is completed in Liberty City
            - Moral Morgan Building is under construction in Blackwater
            - 800 Main Street is under construciton in Blackwater
            - Uranatin Building in White City
            - Marina Center I and II in White City
            - One Park Tower in Cottonmouth
            - The Sharon Hotel in Dillard is completed
        Street gangs become more prominent
        Mexican gang violence has decreased in Los Santos because of the formation of Mexican Mafia and the Los Santos Aztecas
        The AshoDome is underconstruction in Blackwater
        The first early indoor shoping malls are built
        There is now a Wigwam in every large city
        Duffy International Airport goes into operation in White City
        Urban decay continues to increase
        There is now a Taco Bomb in Los Santos
        Cluckin Bell are now spread throughout the country
        Lewis Mall in Cottonmouth, Florentia is built (based on the Lenox Square in Atlanta, Georgia)
        There are now four Pizza This resturants - White City, Valentine, Blackwater and Armadillo
        The price of gas at gas stations rises from 29 cents to 31 cents a gallon

 

 

1962 to 1970:    Many highways are completed
        Street gangs are now much more common
        The Launch Operations Center is now the O'Driscoll Space Center
        Massive amusment park under construction in Osceola - Fred Quincy World
        Las Venturas increases 80% in population
        Increased skyscraper construction
            - San Fierro Tower in San Fierro is completed
            - Ruxor Tower in Vice City is under constrcution
            - The South Parkway Building in Liberty City is completed
            - Mors Mutual Building in White City is now completed
            - The Wheeler-Rawson Tower is under construction in White City
            - MeTV building in Liberty City is under construciton
            - World Trade Center in Liberty City is under construciton
            - Rockstar Building in Vice City is completed
            - Wiwang Tower is under construction in Los Santos
            - Highmen Group Bank Tower is completed in White City
            - One RON Point is under construction in Blackwater
            - Exclipse Towers in Los Santos are completed
            - Little Seoul Tower is completed in Los Santos
            - The GlobeOil Tower is under construction in Saint Denis
            - The SteelUS Tower is under construction in White City
            - The Society Towers in Indpendence City are completed
            - One Equator Plaza is under construction in Independence City
            - Two Cotton Building in Cottonmouth
            - Equate Building in Cottonmouth
            - The National Tower in Dillard is completed
            - Four Moons Hotel in Saint Denis
            - Republic Tower in Dillard is completed
            - Plaza Tower in Saint Denis
            - Presidential Tower in Beanston
            - 69 Federal Street in Beanston
        One out of five TV stations are now in color
        Urban decay continues to increase
        It becomes common to see young adult and teenage hitchikers along the roads especially in the western countryside
        Grafitti starts becoming much more noticeable mainly in Independence City and Liberty City
        High School! is now the movie playing at most live action movie theaters
        The AshoDome is completed in Blackwater
        Nuclear bomb testing ends in the desert
        Liberty City Airport is renammed to Francis International Airport
        MacFarland Intercontinental Airport is now the official Blackwater airport just east of where the MacFarland's Ranch used to be 
        There are now two BITE! resturants one in Alderny and one in Liberty City
        Wigwam Burgers are now spread thoughout the country
        The Francis J. O'Driscoll Center for the Performing Arts is underconstruction in Capitol City
        There is now a Pizza This in every city in the country
        There is now a Burger Shot in every large city
        More Indoor Malls open
        - The Avenue Mall in Las Venturas (based on The Boulevard mall in Las Vegas)
        - Tsar of Russia Mall in Independence City (based on the King of Prussia Mall outside Philadelphia)
        - The Galaxy Mall in Carcer City (based on the Universal Mall in Warren, Michigan)
        - Cracker Square Mall in White City (based on the River Oaks Center outside of Chicago, Illinois) 
        - SouthPark Center in Dillard (based on the NorthPark Center in Dallas, Texas)
        The price of gas at gas stations rises from 31 cents to 36 cents a gallon
        Annesburg is increasingly abandoned as it has lost 40% of its population since 1948

 

 

1970 to 1978:    About all highways are completed 
        All tv stations are now in color
        Las Venturas increases 40% in population
        You're now able to gamble legally in Atlantis
        Bushy Vertical Smiles Amusement park opens in Bryerton (parody of Busch Gardens Williamsburg)
        Fred Quincy World is now a massive amusement park that you can visit in Osceola
        SeaLand is now a an amusement park you can visit in Osceola
        More skyscrapers are being built
            - TNA Plaza in White City
            - Schlongberg Sachs Center in Los Santos is completed
            - Arcardius Business Center in Los Santos is completed
            - San Fierro Center in San Fierro is completed
            - Wiwang Tower in Los Santos is completed
            - MeTV Building in Vice City is completed
            - World Trade Center in Liberty City is completed
            - Xero Energy Center is completed in Blackwater
            - Water Center in White City is completed
            - SteelUS Tower in White City is completed
            - One Equator Plaza in Independence City
            - Bicentennial Tower in Cottonmouth
            - Plaza Hotel in Cottonmouth
            - Revival Tower in Carcer City
            - TenCen Towers in Carcer City
            - Comunion Tower in Dillard 
            - Enlightenment Tower in Dillard
            - Handincock Whitey Center in Saint Denis is completed
            - Saint Denis Hotel is completed
            - 200 Clandestine Building in Beanston
            - Federal Reserve Building in Beanston
        Urban decay reaches its peak
        The OmegaDome is completed in Saint Denis
        Grafitti is now widespread throughout Liberty City and Independence City
        Capital City now has a rapid transit system
        The VINEWOOD sign is being rebuilt and renovated 
        An American Divorce is now the film at live action movie theaters
        San Fierro now has a rapid transit system
        Burger Shot is now spread throughout the country
        The Francis J. O'Driscoll Center for the Performing Arts is finished
        You can now play video games at local arcades
            - Boot Hill (1977 Midway game where the object is to duel a computer player)
            - Death Race (1976 Exidy game where the object is to run down "gremlins" and "zombies" fleeing the vehicle)
        Many large shoppings malls appear 
            - Weedfield Mall in White City (based on the Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, Illinois)
            - The Balleria in Blackwater (based on The Galleria in Houston)
            - Twelve Nuts Mall in Carcer City (based on the Twelve Oaks Mall outside of Detroit, Michigan)
            - The Oak Bridge Mall in San Jorge (based on the Westfield Oakridge in Oakland, California)
            - EastNorth Mall in Dillard (based on the North East Mall outside of Dallas, Texas)
            - Austin Plains Mall in Armadillo (based on the South Plains Mall in Lubbock, Texas)
            - Coors Mall in Datruth (based on Miller Hill Mall in Duluth, Minnesota)
            - Candy Grass Mall in Cleveage (based on the Randall Park Mall outside of Cleveland, Ohio)
            - Dynasty Mall in Smith Falls (based on the Empire Mall in Sioux Falls, South Dakota)
            - Conewango Mall in Valentine (based on the Conestoga Mall in Grand Island, Nebraska)
        Some shopping malls are under construction
            - Arcadia Mall in Rhodes (based on the Acadiana Mall in Lafyette, Louisiana)
            - North Point Mall in Vice City (based on the Adventura Mall in Miami, Florida)
        The price of gas at gas stations rises from 36 cents to 65 cents a gallon

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Special Abilities
Years        Protagonist        Ability
1920-1940    Jack Marston        Dead-Eye
1920-1940    Joe DeMici        Rage Fighting
1928-1940    Joe DeMici        Empire Building
1948-1962    Jim Marston        Dead-Eye short range, Eagle-Eye long range
1948-1962    Jon Gravelli        Rage Fighting
1956-1962    Jon Gravelli        Empire Building
1956-1962    Luis Esceula       Gang Control
1970-1978    Jeff Marston        Dead-Eye, Mechanics Eye
1970-1978    Anthony Ancelotti    Rage Fighting, Empire Building
1970-1978    Fred Johnson        Gang Control, Car Slow Motion

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This will be the theme song or soundtrack for the trilogy

 

 

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This is actually why I created this map.  

 

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Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Stainer in 1920:        1918 Ford Model T            No    No        45-mph        Never        $450
Stainer in 1928:        1927 Ford Model A            No    No        65-mph        30-sec        $700
Stainer in 1934:        1932 Ford Model 18            No     No        76-mph        23-sec        $650
Stainer in 1940:        1938 Ford Deluxe            No     No        70-mph        25-sec        $850
Stainer in 1948:        1947 Ford                Yes     No        79-mph        22.3-sec    $1,400
Stainer in 1956:        1955 Ford                 Yes    No        88-mph        17.4-sec    $1,750
Stainer in 1962:        1961 Ford Galaxie            Yes    Yes        96-mph        14.7-sec    $2,500
Stainer in 1970:        1968 Ford LTD 4-door            Yes    Yes        112-mph        9.9-sec        $3,800
Stainer in 1978:        1977 Ford LTD 4-door            Yes    Yes        103-mph        10.6-sec    $5,800

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Bobcat in 1920:            1918 Ford Model TT pickup truck        No    No        35-mph        Never        $450
Bobcat in 1928:            1927 Ford Model AA pickup truck        No    No        45-mph        Never        $700
Bobcat in 1934:            1932 Ford Model AA pickup truck        No     No        45-mph        Never        $650
Bobcat in 1940:            1938 Ford Pickup            No    No        57-mph        Never        $680
Bobcat in 1948:            1948 Ford F-3 Pickup truck        Yes    No        65-mph        37-sec        $1,380
Bobcat in 1956:            1955 Ford F-250 pickup truck        Yes    No        70-mph        31-sec        $1,750
Bobcat in 1962:            1960 Ford F-250                Yes    Yes        80-mph        26-sec        $2,150
Bobcat in 1970:            1968 Ford F-250                Yes    Yes        90-mph        16.5-sec    $2,600
Bobcat in 1978:            1978 Ford F-250 custom            Yes    Yes        95-mph        11.3-sec    $5,100

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Buccaneer in 1920:        1918 Buick E45                No    No        67-mph        36-sec        $1,300
Buccaneer in 1928:        1927 Buick Master Six            No    No        75-mph        21.5-sec    $1,850
Buccaneer in 1934:        1933 Buick Series 60            Yes/No    No        90-mph        18.5-sec    $1,350
Buccaneer in 1940:        1938 Buick Speciale Sedan        Yes    No        93-mph        16.3-sec    $1,800
Buccaneer in 1948:        1948 Buick Speciale Sedan        Yes    Yes        96-mph        15.6-sec    $2,050
Buccaneer in 1956:        1955 Buick Speciale Sedan        Yes    Yes        107-mph        10.1-sec    $2,500
Buccaneer in 1962:        1960 Buick LeSabre            Yes    Yes        108-mph        11.8-sec    $3,400
Buccaneer in 1970:        1968 Buick LeSabre            Yes    Yes        112-mph        9.9-sec        $3,900
Buccaneer in 1978:        1977 Buick LeSabre            Yes    Yes        118-mph        10.3-sec    $7,000

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Bison in 1940:            1939 Dodge TC Pickup truck        No    No        
Bison in 1948:            1947 Chevy Advance Loadmaster        Yes    No
Bison in 1956:            1956 Dodge C Series pickup truck    Yes    No
Bison in 1962:            1960 Chevy C/K pickup truck        Yes    Yes
Bison in 1970:            1967 Chevy C-10                Yes    Yes        
Bison in 1978:            1976 Chevy C-10                Yes    Yes        99-mph        11.4-sec

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Packer in 1920:            1919 Mack AC Series Cab            No    No
Packer in 1928:            1928 Mack BB Series Cab            No    No
Packer in 1934:            1933 Mack BB Series Cab            No    No
Packer in 1940:            1939 Mack F-Series Cab            No    No
Packer in 1948:            1947 Mack LR-Series Cab            Yes    No
Packer in 1956:            1955 Mack B-81 Cab            Yes    No
Packer in 1962:            1961 Mack B-85                 Yes    Yes
Packer in 1970:            1969 Mack RS-700 Cab            Yes    Yes
Packer in 1978:            1977 Mack RW-700 Cab            Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Hauler in 1940:            1939 Mack E-Model            No    No
Hauler in 1948:            1948 Mack E-Model            Yes    No
Hauler in 1956:            1955 Mack H-Series Cab            Yes    No
Hauler in 1962:            1961 Mack H-Series cab            Yes    Yes
Hauler in 1970:            1969 Mack F-95T    cab            Yes    Yes
Hauler in 1978:            1978 White Road Commander        Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Cavalcade in 1948:        1948 Cadillac Woody Wagon        Yes    No
Cavalcade in 1956:        1956 Cadillac Broadmoor Wagon        Yes    Yes
Cavalcade in 1962:        1960 Cadillac Station Wagon        Yes    Yes
Cavalcade in 1970:        1969 Cadillac Deville Station Wagon    Yes    Yes
Cavalcade in 1978:        1976 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Estate    Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Super Diamont in 1920:        1919 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost        No    No
Super Diamond in 1928:        1928 Rolls-Royce Phantom I        No    No
Super Diamond in 1934:        1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II        No    No
Super Diamond in 1940:        1939 Rolls-Royce Phantom III        Yes    No
Super Diamond in 1948:        1948 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith        Yes    Yes/No
Super Diamond in 1956:        1955 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV        Yes    Yes                        $26,000
Super Diamond in 1962:        1962 Rolls-Royce Phantom V        Yes    Yes                        $32,000
Super Diamond in 1970:        1969 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI        Yes     Yes                        $50,000
Super Diamond in 1978:        1977 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith II    Yes    Yes                        $75,000

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Regina in 1948:            1948 Ford Station Wagon            Yes    No
Regina in 1956:            1956 Ford Country Squire        Yes    No
Regina in 1962:            1961 Ford Country Squire        Yes    Yes
Regina in 1970:            1969 Ford Country Squire        Yes    Yes
Regina in 1978:            1977 Ford Country Squire        Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Schaffer in 1956:        1955 Mercedes Benz W186            Yes    Yes
Schaffer in 1962:        1961 Mercedes Benz 300 SE        Yes    Yes
Schaffer in 1970:        1969 Mercedes Benz 300 SEL 6.3        Yes    Yes        137-mph        6.6-sec
Schaffer in 1978:        1978 Mercedes Benz 450 SEL 6.9        Yes    Yes        140-mph        7.1-sec

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Nebula in 1928:            1928 Volvo OV 4                No    No
Nebula in 1934:            1933 Volvo PV650 Convertible        No    No
Nebula in 1940:            1939 Volvo PV54                No    No
Nebula in 1948:            1948 Vovlo PV444            Yes    No
Nebula in 1956:            1956 Volvo Amazon            Yes    No
Nebula in 1962:            1962 Volvo Amazon            Yes    No
Nebula in 1970:            1970 Volvo 142 2-door sedan        Yes    Yes
Nebula in 1978:            1977 Volvo 242     2-door sedan        Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Greenwood in 1928:        1927 Chrysler Imperial            No    No        75-mph        23-sec
Greenwood in 1934:        1933 Chrysler Imperial            Yes/No    No        80-mph        21.5-sec
Greenwood in 1940:        1939 Chrysler Windsor            Yes    No        87-mph        18.8-sec
Greenwood in 1948:        1949 Chrysler Newport             Yes    Yes        96-mph        16.4-sec
Greenwood in 1956:        1955 Chrysler New Yorker        Yes    Yes        111-mph        11.2-sec
Greenwood in 1962:        1961 Chrysler Newport Sedan        Yes    Yes        119-mph        8.2-sec
Greenwood in 1970:        1969 Chrysler Newport Sedan        Yes    Yes        121-mph        8.5-sec
Greenwood in 1978:        1977 Chrysler New Yorker Sedan        Yes    Yes        109-mph        10.3-sec

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Bravado in 1956:        1956 Dodge Coronet Sedan        Yes    Yes
Bravado in 1962:        1961 Dodge Polara Sedan            Yes    Yes
Bravado in 1970:        1970 Dodge Polara 500 Sedan        Yes    Yes
Bravado in 1978:        1977 Dodge Monaco sedan            Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Speedo in 1920:            1919 Ford Model TT Panel Van        No    No
Speedo in 1928:            1927 Chevy Capitol Panel Van        No    No
Speedo in 1934:            1933 Chevy Panel            No     No
Speedo in 1940:            1939 Ford Panel Van            No    No
Speedo in 1948:            1947 Chevy Panel Van            Yes    No
Speedo in 1956:            1955 Chevy 3100 Panel Van        Yes    No
Speedo in 1962:            1961 Ford Econoline            Yes    No
Speedo in 1970:            1968 Ford Econoline            Yes    Yes
Speedo in 1978:            1975 Chevy Van                Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Washington in 1928:        1927 Lincoln L Series            No    No
Washington in 1934:        1932 Lincoln KA Victoria        Yes/No    No
Washington in 1940:        1940 Lincoln Zeypher            Yes    Yes/No
Washington in 1948:        1947 Lincoln Continental 2-door        Yes    Yes
Washington in 1956:        1956 Lincoln Continental Sedan Mark II    Yes    Yes
Washington in 1962:        1961 Lincoln Continental Sedan        Yes    Yes
Washington in 1970:        1968 Lincoln Continental Four-Door    Yes    Yes        120-mph        10.6-sec
Washington in 1978:        1977-78 Lincoln Continental Sedan    Yes    Yes        118-mph        10.8-sec

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Alpha in 1940:            1937 Cadillac Series 85            Yes    Yes
Alpha in 1956:            1956 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz        Yes    Yes        95-mph        13.0-sec    $3,000
Alpha in 1962:            1959 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham        Yes    Yes        107-mph        11.0-sec    $4,000
Alpha in 1970:            1970 Cadillac Eldorado Powerplant    Yes    Yes        120-mph        8.9-sec        $6,000
Alpha in 1978:            1978 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz        Yes    Yes        117-mph        9.7-sec        $11,000

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Sentinel in 1956:        1956 BMW 501                Yes    No
Sentinel in 1962:        1962 BMW 1500                Yes    Yes
Sentinel in 1970:        1970 BMW 2800                Yes    Yes
Sentinel in 1978:        1978 BMW 733i Sedan            Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Emperor in 1920:        1918 Cadillac Type 55 Suburban        No    No
Emperor in 1928:        1927 Cadillac Series 314        No    No
Emperor in 1934:        1933 Cadillac Series 355C        Yes/No    No
Emperor in 1940:        1938 Cadillac Series 65            Yes    Yes/No
Emperor in 1948:        1948 Cadillac Series 62            Yes    Yes
Emperor in 1956:        1955 Cadillac Series 62            Yes    Yes
Emperor in 1962:        1960 Cadillac Sedan DeVille        Yes    Yes
Emperor in 1970:        1968 Cadillac Sedan DeVille        Yes    Yes
Emperor in 1978:        1977 Cadillac Sedan DeVille        Yes    Yes

 

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Peyote in 1956:            1955 Ford Thunderbird            Yes    Yes        117-mph        8.9-sec
Peyote in 1962:            1961 Ford Thunderbird            Yes    Yes        129-mph        8.6-sec
Peyote in 1970:            1968 Ford Thunderbird            Yes    Yes        137-mph        8.1-sec
Peyote in 1978:            1977 Ford Thunderbird            Yes    Yes        124-mph        9.7-sec

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Stallion in 1970:        1969 Chevy Camaro COPO            Yes    Yes        147-mph        6.3-sec
Stallion in 1978:        1974 Chevy Camaro Z28            Yes    Yes        137-mph        7.0-sec

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Dominator in 1970:        1969 Ford Mustang Boss            Yes    Yes        133-mph        6.5-sec
Dominator in 1978:        1978 Ford Mustang Cobra            Yes    Yes        124-mph        7.3-sec

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Cheetah in 1920:        1916 Austro Diamler Prince Henry    No    No        85-mph        15.0-sec
Cheetah in 1928:        1928 Dusenberg Model J            No     No        119-mph        11.5-sec
Cheetah in 1934:        1933 Dusenberg Model SJ            No    No        135-mph        9.8-sec
Cheetah in 1940:        1938 Dusenberg Model SSJ        Yes    No        135-mph        9.5-sec
Cheetah in 1948:        1948 Jaguar XK120            Yes    No        135-mph        9.2-sec
Cheetah in 1956:        1956 Jaguar D-Type            Yes    No        140-mph        8.6-sec
Cheetah in 1962:        1962 Jaguar E-Type            Yes    Yes        150-mph        7.0-sec

 

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Stinger in 1956:        1955 Mercedes Benz 300 SL        Yes    Yes        150-mph        8.1-sec        $8,500
Stinger in 1962:        1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Lusso        Yes    Yes        157-mph        7.5-sec        $14,000
Stinger in 1970:        1969 Lamborghini Miura            Yes    Yes        174-mph        6.4-sec        $24,000

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Infernus in 1978:        1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400        Yes    Yes        186-mph        5.1-sec        $60,000

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Furia in 1962:            1962 Iso Grifo                Yes    Yes        161-mph        7.2-sec        $15,000
Furia in 1970:            1969 Ferrari Daytona            Yes    Yes        174-mph        5.5-sec        $25,000
Furia in 1978:            1976 Ferrari BB512            Yes    Yes        188-mph        4.9-sec        $50,000

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Vigero in 1970:            1969 Chevy Camaro            Yes    Yes
Vigero in 1978:            1978 Chevy Camaro            Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Gauntlet in 1970:        1970 Dodge Challenger            Yes    Yes
Gauntlet in 1978:        1973 Dodge Challenger            Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Comet in 1948:            1948 Porsche 356            Yes    No
Comet in 1956:            1955 Porsche 356            Yes    No
Comet in 1962:            1962 Porsche 356            Yes    Yes        124-mph        8.6-sec        $5,650
Comet in 1970:            1970 Porsche 911             Yes    Yes        144-mph        7.8-sec        $9,000
Comet in 1978:            1978 Porsche 930            Yes    Yes        162-mph        5.2-sec        $16,000

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Neon in 1970:            1970 Porsche 914            Yes    Yes        138-mph        7.2-sec        $10,000
Neon in 1978:            1978 Porsche 924            Yes    Yes        158-mph        6.5-sec        $23,000

 

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Entity in 1970:            1970 Mercedes C111            Yes    Yes        176-mph        5.3-sec        $40,000
Entity in 1978:            1978 Mercedes Benz CW311        Yes    Yes        190-mph        4.7-sec        $85,000

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Huntley in 1956:        1956 Rover P4 Series 90            Yes    No
Huntley in 1962:        1962 Rober P5 Mark II            Yes    No
Huntley in 1970:        1969 Rover P6 3500            Yes    Yes
Huntley in 1978:        1977 Rover SD1                Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Granger in 1940:        1939 Chevy Carryall Suburban        Yes    No
Granger in 1948:        1948 Chevy Suburban            Yes    No
Granger in 1956:        1955 Chevy Suburban            Yes    No
Granger in 1962:        1961 GMC Carryall            Yes    No
Granger in 1970:        1969 GMC Carryall C10            Yes    Yes
Granger in 1978:        1978 GMC Suburban C15            Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Ocenaic in 1920:        1919 Chevy Series 490            No    No        48-mph        Never        $950
Oceanic in 1928:        1928 Chevy Series AB National        No    No        60-mph        47-sec        $715
Oceanic in 1934:        1933 Chevy Eagle            No    No        75-mph        24-sec        $565
Oceanic in 1940:        1938 Chevy Master            No    No        92-mph        18.3-sec    $715
Oceanic in 1948:        1949 Chevy Deluxe            Yes    No        91-mph        17.8-sec    $1,500
Oceanic in 1956:        1955 Chevy Bel Air            Yes    Yes        102-mph        17.3-sec    $2,260
Oceanic in 1962:        1960 Chevy Bel Air            Yes    Yes        109-mph        13.3-sec    $2,690
Oceanic in 1970:        1967 Chevy Bel Air            Yes    Yes        114-mph        10.6-sec    $3,665
Oceanic in 1978:        1977 Chevy Bel Air            Yes    Yes        114-mph        11.8-sec    $5,460

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Corquette in 1956:        1954 Chevy Corvette            Yes    No        120-mph     8.1-sec
Corquette in 1962:        1959 Chevy Corvette            Yes    Yes        130-mph        7.0-sec
Corquette in 1970:        1967 Chevy Corvette            Yes    Yes        144-mph        5.6-sec
Corquette in 1978:        1974 Chevy Corvette            Yes    Yes        139-mph        6.2-sec

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Buffalo in 1948:        1949 Dodoge Coronet            Yes    No
Buffalo in 1956:        1955 Dodge Royal            Yes    No
Buffalo in 1962:        1962 Dodge Custom 880            Yes    Yes
Buffalo in 1970:        1969 Dodge Monaco 500 Sedan        Yes    Yes
Buffalo in 1978:        1977 Dodge Royal Monaco 4-door        Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Corquette XR in 1962:        1962 Chevy Corvair Monza GT        Yes    Yes        145-mph        6.0-sec        $8,500
Corquette XR in 1970:        1969 Chevy Corvette Manta Ray        Yes    Yes        160-mph        5.4-sec        $11,000
Corquette XR in 1978:        1977 Chevy Aerovette            Yes    Yes        165-mph        5.3-sec        $18,000

 

 

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Phoenix in 1970:        1969 Pontiac Firebird            Yes    Yes        124-mph        6.4-sec        
Phoenix in 1978:        1977 Pontiac Trans-AM            Yes    Yes        128-mph        6.7-sec        

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Blista in 1978:            1978 Honda Civic Sedan            Yes    Yes        89-mph        14.5-sec    $3,050

 

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tampa in 1962:            1961 Chevy Corvair            Yes    No
Tampa in 1970:            1969 Chevy Corvair            Yes    Yes
Tampa in 1978:            1978 Chevy Monza            Yes    Yes

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Futo in 1970:            1969 Toyota Corolla E10            Yes    No        83-mph        16-sec        $1,750
Futo in 1978:            1978 Toyoto Corolla E30            Yes    Yes        94-mph        12.9-sec    $3,200

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Hakumai in 1978:        1978 Honda Accord            Yes    Yes        95-mph        12.6-sec    $3,900

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Stretch in 1940:        1939 Cadillac Series 75
Stretch in 1948:        1947 Cadillac Series 75
Stretch in 1956:        1955 Chrysler Crown Imperial Stretch
Stretch in 1962:        1960 Cadillac Fleetwood Limo

Stretch in 1970:        1969 Lincoln Lehmann Limo
Stretch in 1978:        1977 Lincoln Continental Limo

 

 

Model in Year            Based On                Radio    A/C        Top Speed    0-60        Cost
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

CityBus in 1920:        1919 Ford Huckster Bus
CityBus in 1928:        1927 Yellow Coach Z-240
CityBus in 1934:        1934 Yellow Coach Model 711
CityBus in 1940:        1939 Yellow Coach Model 740
CityBus in 1948:        1948 GMC TDH-5101 
CoachBus in 1948:        1947 MCI Courier 100A
CityBus in 1956:        1956 GM TDH-4801
CoachBus in 1956:        1955 GM PD-4501 Scenicruiser
CityBus in 1962:        1962 GM TDH-5301
CoachBus in 1962:        1961 MCI MCX-2
CityBus in 1970:        1970 GM S8M-5305
CoachBus in 1970:        1969 GM PD-4905
CoachBus in 1970:        1969 MCI MCX-6
CityBus in 1978:        1978 GM T6H-5309
CityBus in 1978:        1978 GM RTS-01
CoachBus in 1978:        1977 GM P8M4905A
CoachBus in 1978:        1977 MCI MC-8

 

 

 

Year    Motorcycles        Based on                 Top Speed    0-60        Cost
1920    Bati 101        Excelsior V-twin            75-mph        18.0-sec
1928    NRG 200            Norton ES2                87-mph        14.0-sec
1928    Bati 201        Brough Superior SS100            100-mph        10.5-sec
1934    Bati 201        Brough Superior SS100            105-mph        9.0-sec
1940    Bati 201        Brough Superior SS100            110-mph        8.0-sec
1948    Bati 301        Vincent Black Lightning            135-mph        6.0-sec
1956    Bati 401        BSA Gold Star Clubman            125-mph        6.2-sec
1956    NRG 500            BSA Super Rocket            120-mph        6.2-sec
1962    Bati 501        Norton 650 SS                130-mph        5.5-sec
1970    Bati 601        BSA Rocket 3/Triumph            135-mph        5.2-sec
1970    NRG 600            Norton Dunstall                130-mph        4.7-sec
1978    Bati 701        Ducati 900 SS                145-mph        4.5-sec
1978    NRG 700            Laverda Jota                151-mph        4.0-sec
1978    Nagasaki        Yamaha XS Eleven            139-mph        4.3-sec
1978    NRG 750            MV Agusta Monza                155-mph        3.8-sec
1978    Double T        Honda CBX                150-mph        3.5-sec
 

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Why is the Bravado Bison based on a Ford tho

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19 minutes ago, universetwisters said:

Why is the Bravado Bison based on a Ford tho

Yea I got that backwards, just fixed it

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Guns

 

 

 

Weapons introduced in 1920

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Model 1915 - pump action shotgun - based on M1915 Remington

M1916 - bolt action rifle - based on M1907 Enfield Rifle

M1917 - pistol - based on Smith & Wesson Model 25

M1917 Borrowing - battle rifle - based on M1918 Browning

High Power Pistol - semi-auto Pistol - FN Model 1903

M1915 - semi-auto pistol - M1911

 

 

Weapons introduced in 1928

Gusenberg Sweeper - sub-machine gun - Thompson Gun

 

 

Weapons introduced in 1934

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Tabitha 37 - pump action shotgun - Ithaca 37

M1933 - pistol - Smith & Wesson Model 27 

M69 - battle riffle - M1 riffle

 

 

Weapons introduced in 1940

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Pinnning Hi-Power - semi-auto pistol - Browning Hi Power

 

 

Weapons introduced in 1948

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Bazoomba - rocket launcher - bazooka 

Model 420-69 - semi-auto shotgun - Remington Model 11-48

Gusenberg Blower - Sub-machine gun - M42

Vapid Gun - sub-machine gun - United Defense M42

 

 

Weapons Introduced in 1956

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Model 870 - pump action shotgun - Remington Model 870

M1955 - pistol - Smith & Wesson Model 29 (Dirty Harry's gun)

Redhawk - pistol - Ruger Blackhawk

AK47 - assault rifle - AK47

AR10 - battle rifle - AR10

M420 - battle rifle - AR-10

 

 

Weapons introduced in 1962

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BUD-420 - rocket launcher - FIM-43 Redeye

Flossberg 500 - pump action shotgun - Mossberg 500

M16 - assault rifle - M16

Clip Commander - semi-automatic pistol - Colt Commander

Busetta M69 - sub-machine gun - Baretta M12

M60 machine gun - light-machine gun - M60

 

 

Weapons introduced in 1970

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9J43 - rocket launcher - SA-7

M69 LOL - rocket launcher - M72 LAW

AutoMAG - semi-automatic pistol - AutoMag

Stoner 69 - assault rifle - Stoner 63

MAC-10 - sub-machine gun - MAC-10

MP-5 - sub-machine gun - H&K MP5

 

 

Weapons introduced in 1978

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Frenchy SPAZ-12 - semi-auto shotgun - Franchi SPAS-12

FUGUSS - assault rifle - FAMAS

AA12 - automatic shotgun - AA-12

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List of Prominent Antagonists

 

 

Marston Chronicles: Part I

 

Al Colossi

  • Born: 1894 - Died: 1940 
  • Nationality: Italian
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 230-lbs
  • Hair: Black
  • Eyes: Medium Blue

 

"I wouldn't trade places with god or looks with the devil"

 

"There's a reason why tigers eat their young"

 

Al Colossi was born in Broker, Liberty City the fourth of fifth children to a poor Italian immigrant family four years after they immigrated to the Unitedd States in 1894.  Growing up his father was a storekeeper and his mother was a seemstress.  A bright student often achieving high grades in school, he also developed a reputation for being a trouble maker in his strict Catholic school often getting into fights and was expelled after assaulting a teacher at the age of 12 taking her yard stick from her then ramming it into "a place where the sun never shines".  After this he later took up jobs around the warehouses and dockyards of Broker before playing semi-professional baseball from 1912 to 1913.   In 1919 his mentor Massino Crime Conslierge, Salvatore Calegossi was given a promotion to head the Carcer Outfit and brought his protege with him promoting him to underboss.  Joe DeMici joined the DeMassino crime family just a couple months earlier and became one of Colossi's soldiers.  After a humiliating incident for the Carcer Outfit at a factory Colossi wanted Jack Marston killed but was somewhat persuaded when DeMici made him realize how he could be manipulated into becoming a hitman for the organization and gave him a choice, "either join us and walk out of here, or refuse and fly out the 3rd story window".  Later in 1921, when Calegossi was put in charge of the increasingly profitable prohibition bootlegging rackets he had his underboss come with him to White City.  Over the next two years as Underboss of the White City Outfit, Colossi would slowly increase his power and authority over the organization by having his capos and soldiers take power for him through increasingly violent means, slowly taking authority away from Calegossi.  In 1923, Calegossi went on vacation for four months because of health issues and a silent coup took place during that time where Colossi effectively consolidated his power.  

 

Colossi is the main antagonist of Part I.  In 1920, Colossi was the second-in-command (underboss) of the Carcer Outfit.  He is ruthless, vindictive, ambitious, selfish, vain, cruel, and manipulative, even as a child when he was kicked out of school at the age of 12 for assaulting his teacher.  A career criminal and gangster, he was in charge of the Carcer Outift from 1923 until 1930 when he got arrested for tax dodging and was found responsible for ordering 43 murders personally, he revels in the public spotlight, loves instilling fear in others, and demands respect and love by others and gets it by donating minimal amounts to charities in order to be seen as a good guy.  Although, he frequently has people beaten and tortured in order to submit to him, doesn't hesitate to kill anyone who won't submit to him.  Colossi is a ruthless businessman and the most prominent bootlegger in the era of prohibition, and is very effective at bribing cops and politicians.  Despite this, he has a poor relationship with many of the other mafia families who pushed him out of Liberty City so they wouldn't have to deal with him.  He frequently has his soldiers commit brutal public murders in order to continually retain his power and control and would even go so far as to order stores, businesses or restaurants to be bombed with being late with their payments.  Al Colossi has a very charasmatic, charming, and somewhat intelligent personality that allows him to win many people over although Joe DeMici sees right through this the whole time.  Once he is in jail he uses his connections to start a gang he runs from within prison to get back at those that he feels betrayed him, this is called the two-State gang even though this is defeated by the DeMici Crime Family in 1934 and when he is released from prison in 1940 a broken man and a shell of his former self, with many enemies and no allies he is taken back to his home in Florentia where he is killed by Joe DeMici with poison because DeMici didn't want to "dirty his bullets or get his hands covered in sh*t".

 

 

 

Joe Massino

  • Born: 1886 - Died: 1928
  • Nationality: Italian 
  • Height: 5'6"
  • Weight: 160-lbs
  • Hair: Dark Brown
  • Eyes: Medium Brown

 

"Be suspicious of anyone, especially your friends."

 

Known as "Joe the Boss" "The King of Liberty City" and "The Man who Can Dodge Bullets", was a powerful, ambitious and notorious mafia boss.  Joe Massino was born in Melfi, Sicily in 1886 to a family of grovers and moved to the United States in 1901, where he became part of the Morano Crime Family.  Massino is overly ambitious, paranoid, selfish, and power hungry traits that serve him well with climbing the ranks but were his ultimate undoing with trying to takeover the entire underworld.  He was boss of what is now known as the Pavano Crime Family, one of the Liberty City Five Families from 1919 to 1928 he waged a bloody war to take over Liberty City, gaining considerable power for himself the second most powerful man in the mafia in 1925, and hoping to replace Nicky Scalero as capo dei capi "boss of bosses" he attempts to manipulate the new mob boss Joe DeMici to become an ally who would do his bidding.  He sends Joe DeMici and his main associate Jack Marston down to White City to settle a dispute between Al Colossi and Joe Morello, knowing full well that they'd ignore the orders and attempt to kill them.  Following this he goes to Gaspar Lolino head of the Carcer Outfit to get support for the White City gang war to keep attention away from Liberty City thus forming a split in the entire American mafia.  His actions begin to backfire on him though as his own lieutenant Chris Nickadimo forms a faction against him called the "Homeland Ascent" and convinces DeMici to become independent from him, leading to a bloody mafia war.  Feeling betrayed he orders the murder the head of the Gambetti Crime Family and the Don of Dons of the past 16 years Nicky Scalero creating a massive power struggle and feeling increasingly isolated kidnaps the children of DeMici and Jack Marston in order to convince them to join his side.  This backfires as they kill as his soldiers and free their families leading DeMici to personally throw him into a meat grinder.  

 

 

Marston Chronicles: Part II

 

 

Louis McCann

  • Born: 1895 - Died: 1964
  • Nationality: American - Irish and English descent
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 200 lbs
  • Hair Color: Dark Brown (mostly balding)
  • Eye Color: Blue

 

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Louis Judah McCann was born on a farm in Lemoynee.  His father Logan Issac McCann (1871-1946) was a strong southern Democrat named him after Confederacy Secretary of State Judah P. Benjamin, and his grandfather Scott McCann (1842-1919) was a Confederate war hero who would constantly justify why the Confederacy formed and about why he fought in the war.  His mother died just months after his birth and he recieved his education at schools in nearby Rhodes.  At the age of 12, after graduating from Rhodes High School, he began studying law with his father and was admitted to state bar at the age of 17 in 1912 the youngest ever admitted to the bar.  He is very cold, calculating, ambitious, close-minded, selfish, machiavellian, racist and hateful who is rather incapable of showing remorse for his actions.  His first wife divorced him in 1921 after 8 years of marriage and remarried again in 1922 until he divorced his second wife divorced him in 1935 before marrying his third wife who would stay with him until 1963.  He served in the US Army in World War I and after returning moved to Rhodes where he became a city attorney from 1920 until he became a prosecuting attorney to the state of Lemoyne in 1927.  In 1932, he was elected to the US House of Representativess representing Lemoyne's 3rd distrcit where he voted against Real Deal programs from President Daniel F. Waxman that would benefit black people, voted against anti-lynching bills. 

 

In 1942 he was appointed to the position of FIB Assisstant Director of the Criminal Investigative Division.  It was during the next six years that he came up with a plan to self-destruct the American Mafia by haging them turn on eavhother by infiltrating meetings with undercover informants who would convince the family heads to kill anyone who could potentially rat them out or turn on them.  His plan was get the mafia made men to leave the family and go into government protection revealing information and become enforcers for anti-American activities.  This plan ends up nearly starting another mob war and gets two of Joe DeMici's children, Jon Gravelli's brother and Jack Marston's son John Marston jr killed nearly starting an all out mafia war.  Over the next several years he would become increasingly manipulative and power hungry being elected Senator in 1950, then in 1955, appointed as chairman of the Senate Committee on Investigations, being one of the main writers of the Southern Manifesto in opposition to racial segregation and in support of upholding Jim Crow Laws.  Even going as far as during the Saldante Hearings using Jon Gravelli, Jim Marston and Louis McCann with blackmail to avoid prison time to get them to torture precieved public enemies such as people thought to be Russian-Soviet spies, communists, civil rights leaders, labor union leaders, but when they refuse on the Civil Rights leaders and labor union leaders.  This leads to Jon, Jim and Luis having their homes unsuccessfully raided by mercenary agents because of a lack of arrest warrants thus leading to McCann's being kidnapped, stripped naked and left tied up in a Saint Denis gentleman's club while leaked info about how he was responsible for the chaos of the past 14 years is leaked to newspapers across the country.   

 

 

 

Andrei Nickadimo

  • Born: 1902 - Died: 1956
  • Nationality: Italian
  • Height: 5'8"
  • Weight: 150-lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown

 

Andrei Nickadimo is the secondary antagonist in Marston Chronicles: Part II.  Born Umberto Nickadimo in Calabria, Italy to working class parents, his father died in the Spanish Flu epidemic after World War I leaving behind nine.  Following this in 1919, Nickadmio immigrated to the Untied States with his three brothers illegally aboard a frieghter ship and started working as longshoremen in Broker before he changed his name Nickadimo in 1921.  On 19 March, 1921 Umberto was convicted of murder as the result of a quarrel and was sentenced to death, but because of a technicality and an error in the evidence he was acquitted the following year before the sentence could be carried out.  This would be the first of many close calls with the law as in 1923, he was arrested for illegal posession of firearms and alcohol but was only sentenced to two years in prison.  In the 1920s, Nickadimo climbed the ranks of the Longshoreman's Union controlling six local chapters by 1928, and was charged with murder again in 1926 but was acquitted because all the witnesses either refused to testify or went missing.  

 

In 1928, when the Great Mafia War of 28' broke out between Joe Massino and Mike Gambetti, in a secret deal with Gambetti, Chis Nickadimo (second cousins) agreed toi engineer the death of his boss Joe Massino, in return for receiving Massino's rackets and becoming Gambetti's second-in-command.  Chris Nickadimo convinced Massino to start a war by making enemies with the wrong people and to his surprise it worked effectively well when Joe DeMici murdered Massino.  After the chaotic events of 1928, Chris Nickadimo tookover the Massino Crime Family, following this the Comission was formed in a meeting with Chris Nickadimo, Vincent Manbano, Andrei Nickadimo and Joe DeMici the Commission was formed.

 

To reward Andrei's loyalty, in 1930, Chris placed him as the nation's leading labor racketeer and head of the Syndicate's enforcement arm, Death Row, Inc.  It was estimated that Andrei Nickadimo carried out hundreds if not thousands of murders, and was nicknamed the "Executioner" and in 1935 was arrested on 69 counts of forced prostitution.  Nickadimo also served in World War II from 1942 to 1944 as a pardon with the US needing allies in the Invasion of Sicily in 1943, after which he was rewarded with US Citizenship.  In 1946, when Chris Nickadimo was forced to flee the United States to escape jail time, Andrie Nickadimo tookover control of the family, and became eager to consolidate his power.  In an attempt to combat the ambitious and resentful Vincent Manbano he worked with a deal with Sonny Calegossi, the Manbano Underobss.  Nickadimo was always fearful of retaliation, he took his mentality of dealing with those who questioned him or could potentially turn on him with murder.  When government agents disguised as mob associates convinced him to start killing potential future informants, he didn't really consult the Commission and nearly started a mob war.  In retallitaion and revenge for the Lenapean Conference, he frames Jim Marston and Jon Gravelli as the secret informants, believing that they would be unable to prove otherwise and clear their names, although this is his downfall as they proved that it was Nickadimo himself who arranged the Lenapean Conference and got the Commission involved in heroin trading which brought down the FIB on them.  After the successful robbery on his warehouses, his compound is raided and he is killed by Jon Gravelli.  

 

 

Vincent Manbano

  • Born: 1893 - Died: 1948
  • Height: 5'9"
  • Weight: 150-lbs
  • Nationality: Italian
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Light Brown

 

Vincent Manbano was born in Sicily in 1905 where his father Salvatore Manbano was the younger brother of Guiseppe Manbano the advisor to the Catellammare del Golfo mafia clan.  In 1911, the family moved to Liberty City after his father took revenge on the clan for murdering his brother where he died of a heart attack in 1915.  Vincent would frequently travel back and forth between Sicily and the United States until 1924 when he would return for good.  He began his career by working at a bakery front with his uncle at the age of 19 before becoming involved in bootlegging activities operating a local distillery and working his way up the ranks through his ruthlessness and ambition becoming underboss of the family under his uncle at the age of 22.  Eventually after the events of 1928 he became the underboss of the Manbano Crime Family under his uncle becoming one of the youngest ever bosses of a crime family.  His ruthlessness and tendency to use violence instead of diplomacy made him many enemies and by 1946 when Chris Nickadimo left for Sicily and Andrei Nickadimo became the head of the commission and when his cousin Sonny Calegossi in 1948 was promoted to boss over him by force of the commission this made Vincent resentful.  Feeling that people were going to rat him out he arranged hits on anybody associated with the original members of the commissions who weren't made men so they would back down, including DeMici's sons and the Marston family.  This is what ultimately led to his downfall and to Sonny Calegossi forcing him into exile were he would be killed in 1951 with a bullet to the head.  

 

 

 

Marston Chronicles: Part III

 

 

Anthony Ancelotti

  • Born: 1916 - Died: 1978
  • Nationality: American of Italian descent
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Weight: 205-lbs
  • Hair Color: Dark Brown turning Grey
  • Eye Color: Hazel

 

Anthony Ancelotti is the primary antagonist to Marston Chronicles: Part III.  Antonio Guiseppe Ancelotti was born in Liberty City, where his father was an early member of what was then the DeMici crime family.  His mother Carmella Calegossi was the older sister of Nina Calegossi the woman who would become Joe DeMici's wife and his father in 1926 became a capo in the newly formed DeMici Crime Family.  The Ancelotti family lived in a fairly modest home in Broker where Anthony attended high school graduating in 1934.  Unable to find work in the Great Depression he joined the Coast Guard and then spent the next several years as a longshoreman before becoming a salesman for a meat company in 1936, then a real estate salesman a year later.  In 1938, his father was found strangled in his car with his mistress and Anthony vowed revenge.  After serving in the war Anthony followed his father into the DeMici family and his uncle where he became one of the family's top enforcers and soon became a capo.  

 

In 1961, he along with another enforcer of the DeMici crime family Nicky Genaro attempted the ultimate betrayal where they kidnapped four of the highest ranking members of the DeMici crime family after he feels that he was slighted and passed over for the promotion of Underboss in 1959 to Salvatore Santoro.  The attempted betrayal was both successful and unsuccessful as Joe DeMici escaped and the fact that Anthony himself was not attempted to be kidnapped brought great suspision.  This plot was a failure as the money was not secured for the kidnapping and DeMici himself ordered the murder of Nicky Genaro, however Anthony ended up murdering Joe DeMici, making it look like an accident and a issue of succession took place where underboss Santoro had the breaks on his car cut and conselierge Tommy DeBelli was shot.  At the age of 46, Ancelotti became one of the youngest crime bosses in the country, and immediatley got the family more involved in the drug trade which many were doing behind DeMici's back telling him they were just exporting oranges.  

 

During his time as boss the family came under more scrutiny under the law, as investigations into heroin trafficking found their family responsible, and he even ended up doing time in prison in 1966 for contempt of court for 36 days.  He always found it frustrating as he never could gain the respect and support that his uncle Joe DeMici got no matter how hard he tried.  He even started an organization dedicated to combating prejudice against Italian-Americans.  Many of the other leaders of the other families viewed him as arrogant, selfish, hotheaded, overly serious, and liking to draw attention to himself.  While Joe DeMici who would do his best to prevent his names from ever being mentioned in the press and do his best to avoid bringing any attention to himself and his main motive was to better his organization and family, Anthony would revel in attention draw it towards him and would often try to further his own interests.  He works to get the family more involved in drugs over the 70s bringing more federal attention to himself and the commission, even to the point where he starts fearing for his life especially after two failed assassination attempts, one in 1970 and another in 1972.  From 1972 until his death in 1978 he begins putting his subbordinates in increasingly dangerous situations hoping that they get killed by accident, this ultimately leads to his death as he sends his nephew, the recently promoted to underboss 38 year old Giovanni Ancelotti, a 30 year old Jeff Marston, 31 year old Fred Johnson and the Diaz Brothers down to Colombia to secure a deal with cocaine drug lord Pascual Elisondo to secure supply routes into the United States.  Under his leadership the Ancelotti family lost much of the power and influence it had under Joe DeMici as he proved to be somewhat incompetent at running businesses and preventing federal attention and The Commission decided in 1978 that if anybody were to kill him they'd do nothing about it cause they were tired of him by that point.  

 

 

Spines Fress

  • Born: 1943 - Died: 1995 (arrested 1978 - executed 1995)
  • Nationality: American - black
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 270-lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Dark Brown

 

Born Spencer Frissell on December 23rd, 1943 in Saint Denis, his father abandoned the family when he was just a year old and in 1949 his mother moved the family from Lemoyne to Los Santos in the south-central region which was still a promising region at the time.  As Frissell's mother worked several jobs to support the family, Spencer was a latchkey kid who often engaged in mischief on the streets hanging out in abandoned houses and vacant lots in a rapidly deteriorating neighborhood where the young adults would get drunk, abuse drugs, gamble and engage in dog fights.  Frissell stated that after the adults finished fighting they would make the children fight each other including Spines and would eventually begin freqeuntly betting on him and giving him the proceeds for winning the fights.  Often the target of older bullies because of his lack of physique at the time he would begin weightlifting and would begin carrying a switchblade knife at the age of 12, always a tall kid reaching 5'6" by the age of 12.  By the time Frissell was a teenager he had gained a reputation in South Central as a viscious street fighter and a charismatic figure leading a gang of teenagers in his middle school. 

 

In 1959 at the age of 16 he was blackballed by several high shcools in Los Santos for his mile long permanent record and began to join the local gangs which he initially despised and sought to bring discipline to them and form one single one, before being arrested and sent to juvinile detention where he began weight lifting more intensely.  During his three years in juvinille detention he was introduced to olympic style weightlifting and went from being 6'0" and 185-lbs to 6'2" and 250-lbs with 20 inch biceps.  After being released from prison in 1962 he decided to form the biggest gang in the world and sought help from the recently organized Mexican street gangs where he began to work for Luis Esceula becoming a protege to him to get the black gangs organized.  In 1962, Spencer changed his name to Spines Fress and formed the Ballas Gang where the plan was to eliminate all street gangs and create a "bull force" neighborhood watch, they would all dress similarly and by the end of the decade the Ballas were the biggest gang in Los Santos.  By 1970 he is 6'2" 285-lbs with 22 inch biceps, a 20 inch neck and a 58 inch chest.  

 

During the next several years after 1962 to 1970 Fress would become an archetype criminal and new wave of gang members engaging in random acts of violence not only against rival gang member but innocent people alike striking fear into both street criminals and residents alike.  In 1969, he also made a deal with the Liberty City underworld to begin heroin operations where he began using the coffins of dead gang members for smuggling heroin before moving to dead US soldiers in 1970 and buying from the Golden Triangle directly becoming one of the main distributors of heroin on the west coast and also started becoming a pimp of a major prostitution ring.  His mannerisms became increasingly similar to Willie Dynamite from the 1974 movie of the same character name and this ulitamitely formed the rift between Spines and his former friend Fred Johnson who wanted to break away from his increasingly negative influence seeing his brother PJ (Phil Johnson).  

 

During the next several years he gets many Grove street gang members addicted to heroin kills PJ and even has many cops in the city bribed along with becoming the biggest pimp in Los Santos and even has officers Thomas and Miller doing his dirty work.  Eventually never doing any dirty work unless it involved intimidation or beating so he won't get arrested.  He finally gets into a fight with Fred Johnson where he has the upper hand until Fred slips out of his holds and beats him with a pipe when cops arrive and Fred slips away while he gets arrested and given the death penalty in 1982 after serving three years in a life sentence.  During his time in prison he writes several books including two in 1981 such as Life In The Hood: Uncircumsized and Swank Daddy and his 1983 bestseller Ballas, Bitches and Bong Water.  

 

 

Juluis Thomas

  • Born: 1935 - Died: 1978
  • Nationality: American - black
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Weight: 180-lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Dark Brown

 

Julius Thomas was born in 1935 in Los Santos where he joined the Marines in 1955 immediately after high school where he was stationed in Korea for two years from 1957 to 1959 and upon returning home decided to become one of the first black police officers on the Los Santos Police Department.  While he is somewhat resentful of the racism within the police department he does little to combat it and even somewhat takes part in it, especially on the streets.  He was promoted to sergeant in 1969 and has been harassing members of the Ballas gangs until 1967 when he was bribed by Spines Fress himself with drug money.  

 

An officer of the Los Santos Police Department (LSPD), Thomas along with Richard Miller are one of the leaders of the dirty cops on the LSPDs anti drug task force.  Although they're given the task of ridding the streets of drugs, arresting drug dealers and preventing the sale of narcotics on the streets Thomas and the others on the unit are extremely corrupt individuals who use their knowledge of the gangs, drugs and supply lines to coerce them into making extra money in exchange for harassing their competition.  He sometimes does dirty work for the criminals to make extra money including coercing Fred Johnson to drive a car from Los Santos to Dover with 500-lbs of heroin in the trunk which he frames him for anyway.  He even went so far as framing Fred Johnson for a robbery he didn't commit in 1973 which resulted in putting him in prison for five years, leading Fred's pregnant wife Beverly to divorce him and take custody of the kids.  He even begins only targeting members of the Grove Street gangs instead of the Ballas for harassment and arrests so he could get rid of their competition.  His death comes from Fred chasing him across the street of the warehouse where a severely wounded Fred and officer Thomas get into one final fight where he shoves Julius right over a ledge right over a freeway overpass when Julius charges after Fred with an axe from an emergency fire wall, with the Axe getting lodged into a billboard right underneath the ledge.  This leads him to boasting about how he took down two gang leaders right as on the walkie talkie its announced that Spines Fress has been cornered by backup, which Fred responds "shame that they could've saved your sorry ass just now" and watches Julius Thoams fall off the axe handle onto the highway which he somehow survives only to get hit by a semi truck.  His 28 year old protege Frank Tenpenny goes to inspect the scene right after helping to arrest Spines and finds his cousin and idol Thomas' runover body on the freeway and sees Fred in a car getting away.

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Other Major Figures and IRL Equivalents
Years        Character        IRL Equivalent

1920-1970    H. Ross Jackson    -    J. Edgar Hoover
 

If you ask me, you should rename him to Sherman instead of Jackson. 
Because of the Sherman Dam in Las Venturas vs the IRL Hoover Dam. I think it'd be a cool nod.

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If you ask me, you should rename him to Sherman instead of Jackson. 
Because of the Sherman Dam in Las Venturas vs the IRL Hoover Dam. I think it'd be a cool nod.

True that would be a cool name, except that dam was named after President Herbert Hoover 😔 not J. Edgar Hoover 

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List of Protagonists

 

Marston Chronicles: Part I

 

Jack Marston

  • Born: Spring, 1895 - Unknown 
  • Died: June, 1978 - Blackwater
  • Nationality: American of Scottish and English descent 
  • Height: 3'8" (1899) - 5'0" (1907) - 5'10" (1911) - 6'0" (1914-1962) 5'11" (1970) 5'10" (1978)
  • Weight: 180-lbs (1920-1940) 185-lbs (1948-1970) 160-lbs (1978)
  • Hair Color: Dark Brown (1920-1940) - few grey hairs in 1948 -  dark brown and grey in 1956 - mostly grey in 1962 - grey with a couple of white hairs in 1970 and mostly white in 1978
  • Eye Color: Brown

 

"We're all victims of circumstance, difference is how we let it affect us." - Jack Marston - 1928

 

"My father taught me the value of honor and family, Beth taught me the value of love and life, Joe taught me the value of friendship, my children are teaching me the value of fatherhood" - 1934

 

John "Jack" Marston jr. was born in 1895 as the first child of outlaw John Marston and prostitute Abigail Roberts, two members of the Van der Linde gang.  As a child of John and Abigail, Jack spent the first four years of his life around members of the Van der Linde gang such as Bill Williamson, Javier Esceulla, Hosea Matthews, Arthur Morgan, Uncle and even Dutch Van der Linde.  Being a naive innocent child at the time he never saw the gang as outlaws but as uncles and aunts who watched over his growth and shielded his innocence.   A comment from Jack himself in 1907 suggests that the gang not only cared about him a lot and tried to keep him out of their illegal activities, but also avoided mentioning them to the boy.  Yet Jack was still able to deduce something about it by himself.  One of Jack's most dominant traits was his fast learning: at 4 years old, Jack already possessed basic literacy skills, and he learned the basics of fishing form Arthur Morgan.  Despite being fairly open and comfortable around people at the age of four, he was considerably more shy and reserved by the time he was twelve, and began to feel inferior to his father.  As a result of his upbringing, Jack initially lacked his father's courage and superior combat, farming and survival skills but possessed intelligence and empathy beyond John's.  

 

Jack was a bright young man who spent most of his time reading different books that further expanded his knowledge, by his own admission, he greatly enjoyed reading about wild adventures and brave heroes, which gave him a more romanticized view on the Old West, and his remarks in 1914 suggest he looked up to the legendary Landon Ricketts.  His love for books and stories prompted him to aspire to become a writer or a scholar, which his parents partly approved of, as they also wished for him to be a rancher.  At times, he appeared to be somewhat timid and was often mild-mannered when speaking to his family or friends.  A major theme of his character is his sense of inferiority when compared to his father John, a veteran and experienced gunslinger and hunter.  This led Jack to feel insecure and frightful whenever John approached him and made him all the more desperate to prove his worth both to his father and later to himself.  

 

The death of his family and the decline of the Marston ranch, all happening in a very short amount of time, greatly darkened Jack's personality.  His grief and loneliness appear to have developed a severe case of depression and self-loathing.  He also developed an intense hatred for the American government and its law enforcement organizations, deeming them the real criminals and the people respoinsible for the demise of his family.  Jack's general attitude, charcter and personality in 1914 changed very little over the next few years.  In 1916, while visiting Blackwater he witnessed assault on a local teenage working girl whom he rescued and immediately fell in love with.  Fighting in World War I, he wasn't a good team soldier and often felt alienated from his fellow soldiers and had some disciplinary issues with his superior officers, despite proving to be a very adapt and skilled marksman with a rifle and one of the bravest most devoted soldiers on the battlefield even earning a bronze star and a purple heart.  By 1920, Jack has improved his ranching, combat and shooting skills although not to the same level of his father.  He has little patience for backstabbing and goofiness, his self-loathing, depression and guilt continued to grow until he met Elizabeth (Beth) Jones who became the only bright spots in each others dark lives.  Also, much like his father he greatly respects women and refuses to commit adultery, yet has developed a bit of a temper adn has become rather irritable over the 1910s and maintains a great distrust for for authority and government officials.  While a cold and distant father at first, he is rather protective of his family and after the events of 1920 thanks to the influence of his new friend Joe DeMici he decides to become a better, closer, less distant father after the death of one of his twin sons Charles and a better man after getting back his wife and kids from the Massino Crime Family where he demonstrates a pentinant for violence on par with that of his father when Jack himself was kidnapped by the Braithwite Family. 

 

He is at first a cold and somewhat cruel father and husband although he is willing to go out of his way to protect and look after his wife and kids and make sure of their survival, despite not spending much time with them initially not taking much interest in his kids at first.  He learns his lesson after his wife leaves him in 1928 and takes the kids with her, which motivates him to leave the life of a mob associate and move to Blackwater to begin ranching again, also realizing he needs to get the kids away from the negative influences of organized crime.  During the next several years he regains his skills for farming and ranching, teaches them to his kids, and helps them adjust to life on the countryside, which is something his wife greatly approves.  However, during this entire time he does not lose his love of reading, writing and stories as he becomes a renowned author after moving back to Blackwater and begins writing stories influenced by those that he was told during his childhood, and the people he knew as a child and what his father told him.  He also bases his stories after the notes of the journals of Arthur Morgan and John Marston.   One of the major changes in his character over the course of the 1920s and 1930s is that he becomes more confident, loses his feelings of inferiority compared to his father and begins to feel like he can live up to his legacy if not surpass it, although he knows he will never reach the level of marksmanship with a gun that his father had, nor the strength of Charles Smith, nor the fighting ability of Arthur Morgan.  He eventually becomes a happy family man, patriarch and later a movie screenwriter.  His appearance changes somewhat throughout his life, going from long hair and a mustache in 1914 to shorter in 1920 to neater more parted hair in the 1928, he eventually uses reading glasses by 1956 and starts sporting a mustache again in 1948 although shorter and more neatly trimmed.  

 

Being a lifelong chain-smoker since he was 18, his lungs started to slowly deteriorate over the course of his life, leading him to develop stage 1 COPD in 1961, which advanced to stage 2 in 1968 then stage 3 in 1973 by which point he was having trouble with a decreasing quality of life.  It was at this point that he finally quit smoking after 60 years and he was diagnosed with respiratory illnesses.  He was a loving grandfather and decided to give his kids advice to treasure the early moments of his life and don't make the same mistakes he and his father John made early in their childrens lives and often got mad at Jim for being a detached and busy father not spending much time with his children.  He was very grief stricken by his eldest son's death in 1948 and his wife Beth and daughter Sadie blamed him for it, although Beth knew he tried to avoid that fate for the whole family and left, it took a little longer for Sadie to forgive him.  He has his father's anti-racist views and even left screenwriting in Hollywood for it in 1951 as a result and decided to keep writing novels instead.  In 1978, Jack's COPD has advanced to stage 4 and is taken to the hospital where it is announced that his lungs have deteriorated to such a state that he has a year left to live at most and has actually lost weight becoming more wheel chair bound from a lack of mobility from a lack of oxygen being able to enter his blood.  His final wish in life was that his family gets out of any sort of crime altogether and that he outlive Anthony Ancelotti whom murdered his best friend and may have had a part in murdering his son in 1948.   He dies in his back yard after attempting to get up from his wheel chair unassisted on June 7th, 1978 only to collapse to the ground at the age of 83, survived by his wife of 61 years (high honor), 3 surviving children, 9 grandchildren (8 legitimate) and 7 great-grandchildren (6 legitimate).  He ended up with a permanent scar on his cheek much like his father when an enemy war dog attacked him in World War I, while he was using the bathroom besides a vacant farmhouse in France.  

 

He marries Elizabeth (Beth) Jones (1900-1986) on March 23rd, 1917 and has five kids with her - briefly seperated in 1928 before getting back together (high honor) separated 1937 (low honor)

  1. Charles Marston - born August 23rd, 1919 - died September, 1920 (diptheria)
  2. John Marston jr - born August 23rd, 1919 - died April, 1948 (gunshot wounds)
  3. Sarah "Sadie" Marston - born June 6th, 1921 - died 2015
  4. James "Jim" Arthur Marston - born  March 18th, 1923 - September 17th, 2013
  5. Dorothy Abigail Marston - born February 6th, 1926 - 

 

 

Joe DeMici

  • Born: Summer, 1896 - Villabate, Sicily, Italy
  • Died: April, 1962 - Liberty City
  • Nationality: Italian 
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 175-lbs (1920-1928) 190-lbs (1934-1940) 205-lbs (1948-1956) 180-lbs (1962)
  • Hair Color: Dark Brown in 1920-1928 to almost black in 1934 to 1940 to black with a few grey hairs in 1948 to mostly grey in 1956 to grey in 1962
  • Eye Color: Brown

 

"For over 20 years I've handed life and death back to the people who do the living and the dying" - to Jon Gravelli in 1948

 

"Make as few enemies as possible, but when you have to make them by choice not by accident"

 

Born Guiseppe "Joe" Santino in 1896 the third and final child to Antonio and Angelina Santino in Villabate, Sicily his older brother Frank (born 1891) eventually left the family at 16 immigrate to the United States in 1907.  In 1908, after a quarrel over not paying money to the local Villabate mafia boss Peppino Sattei, he had him and his entire family killed, seeing them as witnesses who want revenge, Guiseppe escapes by hiding in a cabinet where he eventually ends up in Naples taking a new identity working in an oliver oil factory as a bottler at 12 years old.  Between 1908 and 1914 he would frequently travel from Naples and Rome to Villabate making olive oil connections with family members who would keep his identity hidden.  In 1914, when World War I broke out seeing no point in serving a country whose authorities allowed his family to be murdered and had officials paid off by the people who murdered his family and with a false criminal record after a rape charge that was never proven he immigrated to Liberty City through Elgin Island in September just after turning 18.  After being arrested in 1915 on theft charges and spending a year in prison, Joe decided to reconnect with his older brother Frank, whom he did in 1919 after serving a year in World War I, and joined the Carcer Outfit which his brother was a made member of.  During his time in Carcer City he made connections with Al Colossi and Salvatore Calegossi.  

 

Joe is known to be very loyal and generous to his friends, family and allies, but would always get vengeance if he was betrayed and would often kill someone if they deserved it.  Having lost most of his family to outside forces as a child, Joe valued family and honor above all else, and since he had survived on the kindness of strangers in his flight from Sicily and got his revenge with the aid of his new best friend Jack Marston in 1920, he viewed frienship and goodwill almost as important as family and blood.  He became a soldier in the Carcer Outfit in 1919, then a Capo after the events of 1920 before eventually being given his own small family after a conference in Cleveage in 1926 that got raided by the police, they gave him this status because of his connections in Villabate.  Joe is very handy with a gun and hand to hand combat and knows how to properly dispurse of one.  He is very smart and logical as a mafioso, always knowing when to make a deal or not and how to go about doing so.  He is hesitant to kill unless the person absolutely deserves it, refuses to kill children and women and would never kill a man in front of his family or family members if there are any members that didn't deserve it knowing the grief it could cause.  One of his trademark traits is his incredible intuition and his very talented ability to read people, for example, first meeting Jack, he knew immediately that Jack was a man with a grudge trying to improve himself with a heavy guilt on his conscience by the way he acted, walked and his facial expressions.  He has a knack for guessing people he can trust and can't trust and he must kill and is usually right.  But as he ages he starts to somewhat lose this ability especially after his stroke in 1956.  Eventually by the end of his reign he often has people who express discontent murdered and is rather frugal with the $50,000 a month protection fund.  

 

Joe is also a master poker player, lover of literature, and is able to predict the ramifications and possible opportunities from seemingly random events years in advance and was known to use reason to solve problems and only use violence as a last resort.  He is also a very loyal and honest friend staying true to his word and returning favors as requested.  He is at first very avoidant of flashing his wealth or displays of power and flamboyance, but not above living in a massive compound or luxury home.  As time goes on and he becomes more legitimate he starts getting more careless with flashing his wealth buying out entire rows for his family at Denver-Exter plays.  One of his key traits as a mob boss is that he does not want anyone bringing any unnecessary attention to himself or his criminal activities and will often kill someone making them disappear if they start to bring any unnecessary heat on his organization or start a revolt in any way.  He also likes the fact and tries to make it that way that he is the mob boss who gets the least attention from the press and outsiders.  

 

He is rather frugal and Machiavellian and pays his associates and soldiers enough to earn a decent living but not more fearing it could make them greedy and ambitious and get them to establsih their own family or double cross anyone.  Joe has a bit of a temper and works very hard to keep it under control.  However, when he sees hypocrisy, or someone doing something very appaling to him he breaks down, and if it goes too far he snaps.  This is shown when his best friend's kids are kidnapped by a rival mafia don and he shoves him into a meat grinder wanting him to die like a "savage animal" for acting like one.  In a sense, he is very much Jack Marston's Italian-American mafia counterpart, as they both came from a small rural area, lived on a farm, both are intelligent, more empathetic and self-restrained than their fathers were seeing it lead to their deaths and are both avid readers with a severe distrust for authority and others in positions in power.  After the kidnapping of his higher ranked subordinates in 1962, he had the kidnappers murdered during the money transfers and this is what ultimately led to his death.  His appearance is based on a combination of Joe Profaci and Joe Gallo, he is usually more casually and not as fancily dressed in public or when meeting people with his suits as to not bring attention to himself and while he does live in a giant estate with a private runway, he does so to avoid using public airports and usually tries not to flaunt his wealth, often getting very annoyed at mobsters who flash their cash in public.  He eventually starts wearing glasses in the 1950s as stomach issues and diabetes start decreasing his eye sight.  

 

 

Underboss

  • Alfresco Santoro - 1926-1959
  • Salvatore Santoro - 1959-1962

 

Conselierge 

  • Genaro Ancelotti - 1926-1954
  • Tommy DeBelli - 1954-1962

 

 

In 1920, he married the daughter of Carcer City boss Salvatore Calegossi (1902-1980), Nina Calegossi and had six children with her

  1. Marie DeMici - born July 13th, 1922 - death 2013
  2. John DeMici - born October 10th, 1924 - April, 1948
  3. Carmella DeMici - born October 10th, 1924 - June 3rd, 2020
  4. Frank DeMici - born July 20th, 1926 - died October 27th, 2010
  5. Maria DeMici - born May 30th, 1929
  6. Santino DeMici - born February 9th, 1932

 

 

Marston Chronicles: Part II

 

Jim Marston

  • Born: March 18th, 1923 - Carcer City
  • Died: September 17th, 2013 - Blackwater
  • Nationality: American of Scottish and Irish descent 
  • Height: 3'10" in 1928 to 5'0" in 1934 to 6'1" in 1940 to his full adult height of 6'2" in 1948-1978 
  • Weight: 188-lbs (1948-1956) 190-lbs (1962) 195-lbs (1970-1978)
  • Hair Color: Medium Brown in 1928 to 1970 to brown with a few grey hairs in 1978
  • Eye Color: Hazel

 

 

Born the son of a mob associate father and a stay at home mother, Jim's upbringing was that the mobsters were family to him and he called most of them his family.  A comment from Jim himself in 1934 says that the gangs tried to prevent him from seeing anything violent or illegal and also avoided mentioning them around him.  One of Jim's most dominant traits was his incredible intelligence; by the time he was 5 years old he was already able to read on his own and his kindergarten teacher said he had the reading ability of a 9 year old.  He was always the quickest of the four Marston to learn new skills or traits, for example, being the first of the four children to learn how to fish.  Despite being fairly open and comfortable around people at the age of five, he has his father and grandfather's introverted nature and was a shy reserved child by the age of 11 and began by the time he was 17 feel like he had an incredible unattainable legacy to live up to.  As a result of his upbringing, Jim initially lacked his father's and grandfather's courage and superior combat, farming and survival skills.  Although, a natural student, he skipped a grade at the local middle school in Blackwater and graduated high school as an honor's student in 1940.  He was always the more responsible, better behaved son out of him and John jr, who wasn't as intelligent, and a bit of a trouble maker as a teenager, although John jr was a fast learner and resourceful, he never really took any interest in reading or in academics and Jim was already starting to surpass him in reading ability by the age of 5.  He was the third member of the Marston family to graduate High School after his brother John jr in 1937 and his sister Sadie in 1939.  What he lacks in writing ability and imagination compared to his father, he surpasses him by far in math and science, almost to the point where he would sometimes do his parents taxes for him.  

 

In order to feel more like a man when compared to his father and grandfather, he dropped out of college after three semesters and joined the US Marines in World War II after Pearl Harbor where he proved himself in combat greatly improving his shooting, leadership and survival skills in basic training and during the war.  During his time in the war he spent 285 days in combat duty and was present at Guadacanal,  Saipan, Peleliu and Okinawa and even spent 50 days in a POW camp when his unit was captured until it was rescued by a unit led by a Major Arnold Morgan (no relation) right before the Japanese were going to execute the POWs.  During his time in the war he was promoted from a Private to a First Lieutenant received two bronze stars, two Purple Hearts from bullet wounds and a silver star along with marksmanship honors.  

 

Returning home from war he felt much more accomplished about himself although lost much of his childlike innocence he had before the war and in December, 1945 married his college sweetheart Geraldine (Geri) Sawicki.  He quickly re-entered college and graduated in December, 1947 with a degree in finance graduating cum laude.  Although his move in joining the military without talking to the family somewhat strained his relationship with his father, he understood why he did it and was proud of his accomplishments.  The war changed Jim's character where he went from calling himself Jimmy to Jim and became colder, more cruel bragging about killing enemy soldiers and sometimes being a neglectful stern father at first until 1956 when he realizes how important family is and how important being a father is to his children.  He did develop a slight problem with alcoholism and depression after the war and more so after the death of his brother but soon worked on that eventually sobering up and becoming a responsible parent and husband after the events of 1948.  

 

He is more willing to adapt to newer technologies and newer methods of doing things than his father and much more than his grandfather, has a natural talent for mathematics, numbers, guns and is actually rather handy.  However, he is not above taking vengeance in the name of the family as in the events of 1948 with the murder of his older brother and brother-in-law proved, and believes that destroying everything a man has is a much more effective and punishing form of vengeance than killing them, his philosophy is that killing a man, especially a powerful one will only make you a target, destroying them will make them powerless and helpless.  He also started a cheese manufacturing business and bought a ranch in 1951, following the sale of his old ranch that his father split up between him and his three siblings, buying one further away from the city by a couple miles to make cheese based on old Sicilian methods he learned from the food he ate as a kid, he also developed a love of Mexican cuisine from his time in East Los Santos in 1956.  He is also somewhat a fan of baseball and movies, and is an occasional television watcher, although he discourages addiction to it.  His physical appearance as a young adult is somewhat based on Charles Bronson in the 1955 movie Big House, U.S.A and he also has a couple of scars on his cheek that he received from a lizard attack in his fox hole in the war.  He was always a slightly taller than average kid for his age, but during his teenage years he shot up in height much like his father between 1907 and 1911, and by the age of 17 he was already the tallest Marston standing about an inch taller than his father.  He usually wears a casual suit, a dark grey fedora but dresses casually for outdoors when doing farm-work.  His hair is a lighter shade of brown than his father's because of his mother's side of the family.  He did play on his high school's basketball team although more as a reserve player while his brother was more prominent on the football team.  His appearance changes throughout the years going from short uniform hair as a child in the 1930s to short hair in 1948 to neatly parted hair in the 1950s and early 60s to slightly longer hair in the 70s and eventually started sporting a mustache.  After seeing his father's rapidly deteriorating health in the 1970s, he eventually decides to cut back on his smoking in 1974 going from one and a half packs of cigarettes a day to just one to smoking half a pack by 1978 and chewing newly introduced nicotine gum.  After the events of the game it is revealed that he did successfully quit smoking altogether in 1983, retired from his work on his cheese business in 1998 at the age of 75, started developing dementia issues in 2009 and died peacefully in a retirement home in 2013 after injuries from a fall at the age of 90 four months after his wife died.  

 

He marries Geraldine (Geri) Sawicki  (1924-2013) on December 5th, 1945 and together they had 3 children - separated 1965 (low honor)

  • Linda Anne Marston - January 10th, 1947
  • Jeffrey "Jeff" Matthew Marston - April 7th, 1948
  • Susan Rose Marston - February 11th, 1950

 

 

Jon Gravelli 

  • Born: Summer, 1923 - Meadow Hills, Liberty City
  • Died: Autumn, 2008 - Schottler, Liberty City
  • Nationality: American of Italian descent
  • Height: 5'11" (1948-1978) to 5'9" in 2008
  • Weight: 190-lbs (1948-1978) weighed 150-lbs in 2008
  • Hair Color: Black (1948-1956) Black and balding in (1962) Black with a few grey hairs and partially bald in 1970-1978
  • Eye Color: Light Brown

 

 

 

Jon Gravelli was born in Meadow Hills, Dukes,  Liberty City in July, 1923 in a neighborhood known for its mafia affiliation, where he began being associated with crime as early as 1935.  His uncle Sonny Calegossi vowed for his father Vito Gravelli into the Scalero Crime Family in 1925, and in 1926 the family moved to Northern Alderny where they lived just four doors down from the Marston family and Jon Gravelli and Jim Marston actually were childhood friends until the Marstons moved in 1928.  His criminal record dates back to 1940 when he was arrested for possession of gambling records and was arrested again in 1942 for assault where he was forced into the US Army for the preparations of the Invasion of Italy.  After the war ended in 1945, he was honorably discharged and ran into his old childhood friends John Marston jr and Jim Marston in Los Santos in 1946.  

 

Following his father's footsteps he joined the Manbano Crime Family in 1945 and was sworn in La Costra Nova in 1946 where he is sworn in as a soldier.  In 1948 his 27 year old brother Joe Gravelli was killed in a shootout at a restaurant and following this vowed revenge.  After this he teamed up with the Marstons and used their need for vengenace to take on the army around Vincent Manbano and take him to the commission to overthrow him.  Following this his uncle Sonny Calegossi was named boss of the family which was renamed the Calegossi Crime Family and he was promoted to a capo within the family.  He was later promoted to underboss in 1956.  

 

During his time as underboss he helped secure more rackets for the family, strengthened their position in the commission and helped the Calegossi Crime Family become the most powerful crime family in the entire American Mafia, eventually becoming boss of the family after his uncle died of a stroke in 1978 at the age of 82.  He is a rather honest, blunt and down to earth man, who is not afraid to speak his mind at times to people he know's he can trust.  He is a fan of big band music and a life long fan of the Liberty City Swingers.  Although more ruthless and cold in his younger years, his experience as a friend, husband and father helps him become more friendly and easy going as an older man as evidenced by the time Niko met him in 2008.  He was survived by his wife of 53 years, 4 children and 10 grandchildren at the time of his death.  He became very disappointed with the direction the families took throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s with drugs and even went so far as disowning his own son after he developed a cocaine addiction in 1995.  

 

He was married to Bianca Lolino (1934-) from 1955 onwards and had 4 children with her (3 daughters and a son)

  • Andrea Gravelli - born 1956
  • Elena Gravelli - born 1959
  • Isabella Gravelli - born 1963
  • Jon Gravelli jr - born 1968 (entered rehab in 2008 after his father's death and the witness protection program in 2009)

 

 

 

Luis Cortez

  • Born: Spring, 1932 - East Los Santos
  • Died: June, 2020 - Bolingbroke Penitentiary, South San Andreas
  • Nationality: American of Mexican Descent
  • Height: 5'9" 
  • Weight: 165-lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown

 

"United we can thrive and end this violence or divided we can waste our time and lives destroying each other." - To his rival gang faction in 1956

 

Born to poor Mexican-American immigrants Jose and Elisa Cortez in 1932 in a poor East Los Santos neighborhood filled with local street gangs and the fifth of eight kids during the peak of the great depression, he quickly learned how to adapt to hostile environments and quickly became very street smart and adept at reading people.  His first run in with the law came in 1947 when he was 15 and he was arrested for stealing cigarettes from a local gas station and he joined the 33rd Street Gang at the age of 16 a year later.  In the 1940s, the Mexican gangs were temporarily united following the conviction and sentencing of five members in a controversial trial and white police officers brutalizing prisoners of Mexican descent.  Cortez saw the power of unity as a force for making the gangs stronger and making them less hostile with each other and more willing to work with external forces.  

 

In 1956, Cortez broke ranks with the 33rd Street Gang after a falling out and joined The Boulevards where he would try to convince them to unite, unsuccessfully.  Opportunity struck when Jon Gravelli and Jim Marston wanted to calm down the local Mexican gangs and he sought the advice of mobsters on how to organize and discipline the gangs into behaving cooperatively.  Following this they began killing gang leaders who were starting wars and inciting violence uniting them behind a common cause eventually under a new banner "Los Santos Vagos" which would be headed by Cortez and would secure an alliance with the American Mafia with supplies of marijuana routes from Mexico.  During the next several years he would help other local gangs unify and organize into more cohesive less hostile units, including gangs in White City, Liberty City, Carcer City and Independence City.  He was arrested in 1974 for a drug deal that was an undercover sting operation, even though ironically he disapproved of spreading drugs among his gang members and he was sentenced to life in prison as a result, where he would die at the age of 88 in 2020 he was released on parole in 1985 but arrested again in 1988 for a parole violation and was released again in 1996 before being arrested again in 2003 when he tried to take control back of the gang he founded.  He was survived by two ex wives, 8 children, 13 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

 

 

Had one kid with a high school sweetheart Alejandra Lopez (1932-2016)

  • Veronica Lopez - born 1950

 

Had two illegitimate kids with his first ex-wife Consuella Madrazo (1933-2015) - divorced 1959

  • Martin Madrazo - born 1953
  • Isabella Madrazo - born 1955

 

 

Had five kids with his ex-wife Valentina Ramirez (1935-) - married 1961 - divorced 1980

  • Rosa Cortez - born 1962
  • Diego Cortez - born 1964
  • Elizabeth Cortez - born 1965
  • Juan Cortez - born 1968 (Spanish version of John)
  • Sofia Cortez - born 1971

 

 

Marston Chronicles: Part III

 

Jeff Marston

  • Born: April 7th, 1948
  • Nationality: American of Scottish and Polish descent
  • Height: 1'10" to 2'1" in 1948 - 4'6" in 1956 - 5'8" in 1962 - 6'4" full adult height
  • Weight: 200-lbs
  • Hair Color: Light-Medium Brown
  • Eye Color: Dark Green

 

Born Jeffrey Matthew Marston on April 7th, 1948 in Blackwater Hospital, he was the second of three children to Jim and Geri Marston.  Jeff was always an inquisitive child who had a passion for things mechanical and taking things apart, eventually ended up building model planes as a kid and had a developed a love for western TV shows, much like his father Jim developed a love for western movies and his grandfather Jack developed a love for western dime novels.  A fairly bright child, though not as bright as his father was, he could read at the level of a 10 year old by the age of 8, while his younger sister Susan inherited her father's smarts, and her older sister Linda, her mother's empathy and warmth, he inherited the handiness, resourcefulness and intuition.  He played little league baseball as a pre-teen and teenager but decided not to pursue a career in the field feeling that he would be better suited to being an engineer.  Following his graduation from High School in 1966, he sought to join the US Army in Vietnam feeling that he could prove his manhood to his family, given his father's incredible war record and was sent to Vietnam the following year.  It was in the army where Jeff proved his resourcefulness, marksmanship abilities and mechanical abilities, and even won a silver star and a bronze star in battle.  Despite ending up a POW for 33 days before being rescued he was relieved of duty and honorably discharged in April, 1970 and returned home to his family after spending 3 years in Vietnam and 4 years in the military.  

 

After the war, not knowing what to do with his life and being a somewhat self-centered, directionless, rebellious young adult who wanted to make his own path in life, typical for someone of his generation he decided to get a job repossessing cars instead of working in a factory or going to university after his father demanded that he go look for a job.  Trying to make an honest living he got into tow trucking and car repossession but his skills in breaking into cars which he learned in the military eventually caught the attention of the Cravelli family after he repossessed one of their cars and successfully alluded them.  He has good survival skills, is very handy with most things mechanical, explosives, and guns although he does have trouble swimming as evidence in Colombia when he had to be rescued by Ancelotti in a current when he got caught by a log in a raging stream.  

 

During his time between the events of 1970 and 1978 he decides to somewhat better himself, deciding to go to university where he eventually graduates in 1975 with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, marries his college girlfriend Bonnie Ellis and decides to start a family of his own.  While he always did have trouble accepting responsibility he gradually matures and gets over this flaw during the events of 1978 and witnessing his grandfather's rapid decline in health finally convinced him to do the right thing.  He is a rather moralistic person and will do the right thing often given the choice, in 1978 refuses to cheat on his wife.  This leads his grandfather Jack to comment in 1970 that he reminds him of his father John in spirit, personality and appearance.  He is a rather tall lean man and while he does sport shorter hair in 1970 by 1978 he has grown it out and even begins sporting a mustache.  He is a fan of westerns, tv shows and movies and somewhat a fan of comic books and football especially as a child.  He tends to enjoy pop rock and folk rock music, and is rather impressed by the way the genre is moving by the 1970s.  He is a rather big fan of the Blackwater Gushers professional football team.  While not as creative as his grandfather nor as good with math and numbers as his father he is rather handy and quick at figuring out how things work.  His appearance has often been compared to his great-grandfather John's appearance as a young adult even though his appearance is based on the 1970s MLB pitcher Bill Bonham.  He has long to medium length light-medium brown hair and dark green eyes, and much like his father, grand-father and great-grandfather he has a scar on his cheek from an animal attack he received in the jungle of Vietnam.  

 

Giovanni Ancelotti

  • Born: 1940 - Little Italy, Liberty City
  • Nationality: American of Italian descent
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Weight: 195-lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Hazel

 

Born in Little Italy, Liberty City in 1940 he was the oldest of Vito Ancelotti's children and was the nephew of DeMici family soldier Anthony Ancelotti.  His life of crime began when he was 15 in high school and he was caught supplying contraband cigarettes in the alley two blocks away from his high school.  In 1959, he was arrested for being in possession of stolen property and four years later in 1963 for loan sharking.  In 1960 at the age of 20 he was sworn in to the then DeMici Crime Family as a soldier and became a very capable member proving himself rather capable in hand to hand combat, business savy and is very skilled with firearms.  He was one of the most promising members of the family being promoted to Capo in 1967 at the age of 27 and is rather loyal to friends who help him out and has a sense of who to trust.  He was also one of the best fighters in the family.  During this time he also became a devoted father and husband marrying Camille Sattei in 1969 and having four children with her.   He detests drug use and is ashamed of his daughter becoming a cocaine addict and disapproves of the company she hangs around.  He is a rather avid baseball fan and a lifelong die-hard fan of the Liberty City Swingers, and says if Los Santos and Liberty City end up in the World Series that he will bet Fred $5,000 that Liberty City will win.  

 

Married to Camille Sattei (1945-) since June 23rd, 1967 and has had four children with her

  • Giovanni Ancelotti jr - born 1968
  • Carmella Ancelotti - born 1970
  • Anthony Ancelotti - born 1973
  • Gracie Ancelotti - born 1977

 

 

Fred Johnson

  • Born: Summer, 1947, Los Santos
  • Died: August 9th, 1979, South Los Santos
  • Nationality: American - black
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 195-lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown

 

Born Fredrick Edward Johnson, on July 20th, 1947 to Woody and Elisa Johnson in East Los Santos the fourth of six children in what was then a still promising neighborhood of South Los Santos, his parents separated when he was five years old and he was raised by his mother and stepfather.  His grandparents Bill and Hattie Johnson moved from Lemoyne to Los Santos in 1927 when his father Woody Johnson was only 2 years leaving crop sharing on Caliga Hall after Bill's brother was shot by a 32 year old Spencer Gray the son of the plantation head, 59 year old Scott Gray.  He grew up on Grove Street in Los Santos South Central.  Johnson had two brothers who would play a primary influence on his life, an older brother William "Willie" Johnson who was killed in the 65' riots.  According to neighbours of Johnson, he developed an affinity for fist fighting and driving fast cars as an adolescent and waas constantly in trouble with the LSPD for various offenses.  Being well built for a teenager he would vow to protect himself and his family never going out of his way to fight and to "keep the bad guys out".  In High School early in his junior year in late-1964 he accidentally got his girlfriend Beverly Washington pregnant and instead of running off instead chose to marry her, nine months later in 1965 they had their first child a son named Sean.  

 

During the 1965 riots Fred Johnson's older brother Willie Johnson was killed in a gang fight at the age of 20 and his younger brother Peter "Petey" Johnson better known as "PJ" was badly injured with a severe leg injury during his pubescent growth where he had grown from 5'2" to 5'6" in the past six months and would grow to 5'10" nine months later on his way to his adult height of 6'1" leaving him bow legged for the rest of his life walking with a limp.  After being arrested by Officer Julius Thomas in 1965, whom developed a grudge for him and his family he was sent into the US Army to serve in Vietnam.  Upon returning home from basic training in 1967, he married his girlfriend Beverly Washington and got her pregnant again, this time with a son, Carl who would be born in early-1968.  He left for Vietnam in 1967 and returned in 1970. 

 

Immediately, after returning home from Vietnam he was caught and framed by the two crooked cops who arrested him in 1965 Julius Thomas and Richard Miller where they frame him on heroin possession and say the only way they won't arrest him or send him back to Vietnam is if he cooperates with them and smuggles a car filled with 500-lbs of heroin in the trunk from Los Santos to Dover.  Immediately after returning to Los Santos he has a falling out with Spines Fress and the Ballas and begins uniting other gangs in the city such as the Cyrus and Green Stones, the Glen Park Boys and begins forming an alliance with them called the "Grove Street Families".  He begins a gang under the leadership of his life long best friend and the one of the few people he trusts Lamont Davis (Lamar's grandfather) and his younger brother PJ to hold meetings organizing the Grove Street Families seeing how bad things got.  Together they hold meetings in local parks, setting up safe houses in case of attacks and bring leaders of neighboring gangs together to form unions and even begin setting  a uniform dress code among them.  The dress code consists of khakis, suspenders, green ace duece derby hats, green leather jacket, an ear ring in the left ear, black glove on the left hand and a green bandanna on the left side.  The original idea behind the Grove Street Families isn't about crime or violence but is to promote strength in the community and to protect "the grove" from crime and outside threats, and he demands that all surrounding Grove Families get along and follow the same code.  After this he immediately reconciles with his wife and goes back to being a father and husband.

 

While this is first successful signs of trouble begin to show as negative press, police attention and new members not caring much about the code begin showing as early as 1972.  In 1973, he is framed for an armed robbery that he didn't commit and is sentenced to 15 years in prison where he is placed in the same cell with a local Las Venturas mafia soldier of the Ancelotti crime family where the two befriend eachother to get a lawyer connection going and Fred is released early in exchange for doing a few favors with the Ancelotti family.  He was arrested cause the description of the robber sounds like it could've fit him although was somewhat more fitting to Officer Thomas who wanted him off the streets.  In 1975, about a year after the birth of their fourth and final child Brian she announces that she wants a divorce and takes full custody of the kids.  

 

Eventually when he is released from prison and does his favors for the Ancelotti family he sees how much the gang has declined and decides to bring it back to its original form, and tries to recapture what he has lost and provide a safer environment for his children to grow up in.  He also swears vengeance on officers Thomas and Miller and Spines Fress who took everything from him that he worked so hard for.  Immediatley after returning back to Los Santos from Nicaragua he works with his friend from Lamont Daivs to clear the Los Santos Grove Street Families of heroin and dope pushers and works to re-establish discipline and order to the Families, and does this successfully.  After which he arranges a meeting and sabatoge for Spines Fress using his new mafia connections and Mexican gang connections in order to overthrow him feeling that he's become to selfish and hostile to work with.  He is nearly killed in his fight against Spines Fress and officer Thomas but escapes by a getaway car being driven by Jeff Marston, it is then revealed that he dies of complications from his injuries a year later.  In a way his kids were a combination of him, Carl got his easy going nature and resourcefulness, Sweet got his loyalty and honesty and Kendl got his intelligence and pragmatism.  He is also a fan of mo-town and soul music, much in the same way his son Carl was a fan of rap music.  

 

 

He has four children with his wife Beverly Washington (1948-1992) - married 1965 - divorced 1975

  • Sean "Sweet" Johnson - born 1965 
  • Carl "CJ" Johnson - born 1968
  • Kendl Johnson - born 1971
  • Brian Johnson - born 1974 - died 1987
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you should post some pictures of what the protagonists would look like.

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I like it but i think mafia focus is too much. Mafia is only a small part of rdr2 and isnt even at all in 1. its cowboy game mostly

 

EDIT: Problem. they mention new york city and california and a lot of these places in rdr. Chicago too. I dont think this really makes sense

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I like it but i think mafia focus is too much. Mafia is only a small part of rdr2 and isnt even at all in 1. its cowboy game mostly

 

EDIT: Problem. they mention new york city and california and a lot of these places in rdr. Chicago too. I dont think this really makes sense

True there is a lot of mafia focus, trying to make it also focus on street gangs.  The problem is they really didn't become very prominent until the urban decline after World War II and the drug cartels didn't really rise until the late-60s with the illegal drug boom.  It's a fun idea anyways.  Also the era of cowboys was dead by the 1920s, the last stagecoach robbery was in 1918, and he was evicted off his farm and forced to move to the city to look for work.  

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On 7/15/2020 at 7:38 PM, Willman249 said:

List of Protagonists

 

Marston Chronicles: Part I

 

Jack Marston

  • Born: Spring, 1895 - Unknown 
  • Died: June, 1978 - Blackwater
  • Nationality: American of Scottish and English descent 
  • Height: 3'8" (1899) - 5'0" (1907) - 5'10" (1911) - 6'0" (1914-1962) 5'11" (1970) 5'10" (1978)
  • Weight: 180-lbs (1920-1940) 185-lbs (1948-1970) 160-lbs (1978)
  • Hair Color: Dark Brown (1920-1940) - few grey hairs in 1948 -  dark brown and grey in 1956 - mostly grey in 1962 - grey with a couple of white hairs in 1970 and mostly white in 1978
  • Eye Color: Brown

 

John "Jack" Marston jr. was born in 1895 as the first child of outlaw John Marston and prostitute Abigail Roberts, two members of the Van der Linde gang.  As a child of John and Abigail, Jack spent the first four years of his life around members of the Van der Linde gang such as Bill Williamson, Javier Esceulla, Hosea Matthews, Arthur Morgan, Uncle and even Dutch Van der Linde.  Being a naive innocent child at the time he never saw the gang as outlaws but as uncles and aunts who watched over his growth and shielded his innocence.   A comment from Jack himself in 1907 suggests that the gang not only cared about him a lot and tried to keep him out of their illegal activities, but also avoided mentioning them to the boy.  Yet Jack was still able to deduce something about it by himself.  One of Jack's most dominant traits was his fast learning: at 4 years old, Jack already possessed basic literacy skills, and he learned the basics of fishing form Arthur Morgan.  Despite being fairly open and comfortable around people at the age of four, he was considerably more shy and reserved by the time he was twelve, and began to feel inferior to his father.  As a result of his upbringing, Jack initially lacked his father's courage and superior combat, farming and survival skills but possessed intelligence and empathy beyond John's.  

 

Jack was a bright young man who spent most of his time reading different books that further expanded his knowledge, by his own admission, he greatly enjoyed reading about wild adventures and brave heroes, which gave him a more romanticized view on the Old West, and his remarks in 1914 suggest he looked up to the legendary Landon Ricketts.  His love for books and stories prompted him to aspire to become a writer or a scholar, which his parents partly approved of, as they also wished for him to be a rancher.  At times, he appeared to be somewhat timid and was often mild-mannered when speaking to his family or friends.  A major theme of his character is his sense of inferiority when compared to his father John, a veteran and experienced gunslinger and hunter.  This led Jack to feel insecure and frightful whenever John approached him and made him all the more desperate to prove his worth both to his father and later to himself.  

 

The death of his family and the decline of the Marston ranch, all happening in a very short amount of time, greatly darkened Jack's personality.  His grief and loneliness appear to have developed a severe case of depression and self-loathing.  He also developed an intense hatred for the American government and its law enforcement organizations, deeming them the real criminals and the people respoinsible for the demise of his family.  Jack's general attitude, charcter and personality in 1914 changed very little over the next few years.  In 1916, while visiting Blackwater he witnessed assault on a local teenage working girl whom he rescued and immediately fell in love with.  Fighting in World War I, he wasn't a good team soldier and often felt alienated from his fellow soldiers and had some disciplinary issues with his superior officers, despite proving to be a very adapt and skilled marksman with a rifle and one of the bravest most devoted soldiers on the battlefield even earning a bronze star and a purple heart.  By 1920, Jack has improved his ranching, combat and shooting skills although not to the same level of his father.  He has little patience for backstabbing and goofiness, his self-loathing, depression and guilt continued to grow until he met Elizabeth (Beth) Jones who became the only bright spots in each others dark lives.  Also, much like his father he greatly respects women and refuses to commit adultery, yet has developed a bit of a temper adn has become rather irritable over the 1910s and maintains a great distrust for for authority and government officials.  While a cold and distant father at first, he is rather protective of his family and after the events of 1920 thanks to the influence of his new friend Joe DeMici he decides to become a better, closer, less distant father after the death of one of his twin sons Charles and a better man after getting back his wife and kids from the Massino Crime Family where he demonstrates a pentinant for violence on par with that of his father when Jack himself was kidnapped by the Braithwite Family. 

 

He is at first a cold and somewhat cruel father and husband although he is willing to go out of his way to protect and look after his wife and kids and make sure of their survival, despite not spending much time with them initially not taking much interest in his kids at first.  He learns his lesson after his wife leaves him in 1928 and takes the kids with her, which motivates him to leave the life of a mob associate and move to Blackwater to begin ranching again, also realizing he needs to get the kids away from the negative influences of organized crime.  During the next several years he regains his skills for farming and ranching, teaches them to his kids, and helps them adjust to life on the countryside, which is something his wife greatly approves.  However, during this entire time he does not lose his love of reading, writing and stories as he becomes a renowned author after moving back to Blackwater and begins writing stories influenced by those that he was told during his childhood, and the people he knew as a child and what his father told him.  He also bases his stories after the notes of the journals of Arthur Morgan and John Marston.   One of the major changes in his character over the course of the 1920s and 1930s is that he becomes more confident, loses his feelings of inferiority compared to his father and begins to feel like he can live up to his legacy if not surpass it, although he knows he will never reach the level of marksmanship with a gun that his father had, nor the strength of Charles Smith, nor the fighting ability of Arthur Morgan.  He eventually becomes a happy family man, patriarch and later a movie screenwriter.  His appearance changes somewhat throughout his life, going from long hair and a mustache in 1914 to shorter in 1920 to neater more parted hair in the 1928, he eventually uses reading glasses by 1956 and starts sporting a mustache again in 1948 although shorter and more neatly trimmed.  

 

Being a lifelong chain-smoker since he was 18, his lungs started to slowly deteriorate over the course of his life, leading him to develop stage 1 COPD in 1961, which advanced to stage 2 in 1968 then stage 3 in 1973 by which point he was having trouble with a decreasing quality of life.  It was at this point that he finally quit smoking after 60 years and he was diagnosed with respiratory illnesses.  He was a loving grandfather and decided to give his kids advice to treasure the early moments of his life and don't make the same mistakes he and his father John made early in their childrens lives and often got mad at Jim for being a detached and busy father not spending much time with his children.  He was very grief stricken by his eldest son's death in 1948 and his wife Beth and daughter Sadie blamed him for it, although Beth knew he tried to avoid that fate for the whole family and left, it took a little longer for Sadie to forgive him.  He has his father's anti-racist views and even left screenwriting in Hollywood for it in 1951 as a result and decided to keep writing novels instead.  In 1978, Jack's COPD has advanced to stage 4 and is taken to the hospital where it is announced that his lungs have deteriorated to such a state that he has a year left to live at most and has actually lost weight and become more wheel chair bound from a lack of mobility from a lack of oxygen being able to enter his blood.  His final wish in life was that his family gets out of any sort of crime altogether and that he outlive Anthony Ancelotti whom murdered his best friend and may have had a part in murdering his son in 1948.   He dies in his back yard after attempting to get up from his wheel chair unassisted on June 7th, 1978 only to collapse to the ground at the age of 83, survived by his wife of 61 years (high honor), 3 surviving children, 9 grandchildren (8 legitimate) and 7 great-grandchildren (6 legitimate).  He ended up with a permanent scar on his cheek much like his father when an enemy war dog attacked him in World War I, while he was using the bathroom besides a vacant farmhouse in France.  

 

He marries Elizabeth (Beth) Jones (1900-1986) on March 23rd, 1917 and has five kids with her

  1. Charles Marston - born August 23rd, 1919 - died September, 1920 (diptheria)
  2. John Marston jr - born August 23rd, 1919 - died April, 1948 (gunshot wounds)
  3. Sarah "Sadie" Marston - born June 6th, 1921 - died 2015
  4. James "Jim" Arthur Marston - born  March 18th, 1923 - September 17th, 2013
  5. Dorothy Abigail Marston - born February 6th, 1926 - 

 

 

Joe DeMici

  • Born: Summer, 1896 - Villabate, Sicily, Italy
  • Died: April, 1962 - Liberty City
  • Nationality: Italian 
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 175-lbs (1920-1928) 190-lbs (1934-1940) 205-lbs (1948-1956) 180-lbs (1962)
  • Hair Color: Dark Brown in 1920-1928 to almost black in 1934 to 1940 to black with a few grey hairs in 1948 to mostly grey in 1956 to grey in 1962
  • Eye Color: Brown

 

Born Guiseppe "Joe" Santino in 1896 the third and final child to Antonio and Angelina Santino in Villabate, Sicily his older brother Frank (born 1891) eventually left the family at 16 immigrate to the United States in 1907.  In 1908, after a quarrel over not paying money to the local Villabate mafia boss Peppino Sattei, he had him and his entire family killed, seeing them as witnesses who want revenge, Guiseppe escapes by hiding in a cabinet where he eventually ends up in Naples taking a new identity working in an oliver oil factory as a bottler at 12 years old.  Between 1908 and 1914 he would frequently travel from Naples and Rome to Villabate making olive oil connections with family members who would keep his identity hidden.  In 1914, when World War I broke out seeing no point in serving a country whose authorities allowed his family to be murdered and had officials paid off by the people who murdered his family and with a false criminal record after a rape charge that was never proven he immigrated to Liberty City through Elgin Island in September just after turning 18.  After being arrested in 1915 on theft charges and spending a year in prison, Joe decided to reconnect with his older brother Frank, whom he did in 1919 after serving a year in World War I, and joined the Carcer Outfit which his brother was a made member of.  During his time in Carcer City he made connections with Al Colossi and Salvatore Calegossi.  

 

Joe is known to be very loyal and generous to his friends, family and allies, but would always get vengeance if he was betrayed and would often kill someone if they deserved it.  Having lost most of his family to outside forces as a child, Joe valued family and honor above all else, and since he had survived on the kindness of strangers in his flight from Sicily and got his revenge with the aid of his new best friend Jack Marston in 1920, he viewed frienship and goodwill almost as important as family and blood.  He became a soldier in the Carcer Outfit in 1919, then a Capo after the events of 1920 before eventually being given his own small family after a conference in Cleveage in 1926 that got raided by the police, they gave him this status because of his connections in Villabate.  Joe is very handy with a gun and hand to hand combat and knows how to properly dispurse of one.  He is very smart and logical as a mafioso, always knowing when to make a deal or not and how to go about doing so.  He is hesitant to kill unless the person absolutely deserves it, refuses to kill children and women and would never kill a man in front of his family or family members if there are any members that didn't deserve it knowing the grief it could cause.  One of his trademark traits is his incredible intuition and his very talented ability to read people, for example, first meeting Jack, he knew immediately that Jack was a man with a grudge trying to improve himself with a heavy guilt on his conscience by the way he acted, walked and his facial expressions.  He has a knack for guessing people he can trust and can't trust and he must kill and is usually right.  But as he ages he starts to somewhat lose this ability especially after his stroke in 1956.  Eventually by the end of his reign he often has people who express discontent murdered and is rather frugal with the $50,000 a month protection fund.  

 

Joe is also a master poker player, lover of literature, and is able to predict the ramifications and possible opportunities from seemingly random events years in advance and was known to use reason to solve problems and only use violence as a last resort.  He is also a very loyal and honest friend staying true to his word and returning favors as requested.  He is at first very avoidant of flashing his wealth or displays of power and flamboyance, but not above living in a massive compound or luxury home.  As time goes on and he becomes more legitimate he starts getting more careless with flashing his wealth buying out entire rows for his family at Denver-Exter plays.  One of his key traits as a mob boss is that he does not want anyone bringing any unnecessary attention to himself or his criminal activities and will often kill someone making them disappear if they start to bring any unnecessary heat on his organization or start a revolt in any way.  He also likes the fact and tries to make it that way that he is the mob boss who gets the least attention from the press and outsiders.  

 

He is rather frugal and Machiavellian and pays his associates and soldiers enough to earn a decent living but not more fearing it could make them greedy and ambitious and get them to establsih their own family or double cross anyone.  Joe has a bit of a temper and works very hard to keep it under control.  However, when he sees hypocrisy, or someone doing something very appaling to him he breaks down, and if it goes too far he snaps.  This is shown when his best friend's kids are kidnapped by a rival mafia don and he shoves him into a meat grinder wanting him to die like a "savage animal" for acting like one.  In a sense, he is very much Jack Marston's Italian-American mafia counterpart, as they both came from a small rural area, lived on a farm, both are intelligent, more empathetic and self-restrained than their fathers were seeing it lead to their deaths and are both avid readers with a severe distrust for authority and others in positions in power.  After the kidnapping of his higher ranked subordinates in 1962, he had the kidnappers murdered during the money transfers and this is what ultimately led to his death.  His appearance is based on a combination of Joe Profaci and Joe Gallo, he is usually more casually and not as fancily dressed in public or when meeting people with his suits as to not bring attention to himself and while he does live in a giant estate with a private runway, he does so to avoid using public airports and usually tries not to flaunt his wealth, often getting very annoyed at mobsters who flash their cash in public.  He eventually starts wearing glasses in the 1950s as stomach issues and diabetes start decreasing his eye sight.  

 

 

Underboss

  • Alfresco Santoro - 1926-1959
  • Salvatore Santoro - 1959-1962

 

Conselierge 

  • Genaro Ancelotti - 1926-1954
  • Tommy DeBelli - 1954-1962

 

 

In 1920, he married the daughter of Carcer City boss Salvatore Calegossi (1902-1980), Nina Calegossi and had six children with her

  1. Marie DeMici - born July 13th, 1922 - death 2013
  2. John DeMici - born October 10th, 1924 - April, 1948
  3. Carmella DeMici - born October 10th, 1924 - June 3rd, 2020
  4. Frank DeMici - born July 20th, 1926 - died October 27th, 2010
  5. Maria DeMici - born May 30th, 1929
  6. Santino DeMici - born February 9th, 1932

 

 

Marston Chronicles: Part II

 

Jim Marston

  • Born: March 18th, 1923 - Carcer City
  • Died: September 17th, 2013 - Blackwater
  • Nationality: American of Scottish and Irish descent 
  • Height: 3'10" in 1928 to 5'0" in 1934 to 6'1" in 1940 to his full adult height of 6'2" in 1948-1978 
  • Weight: 188-lbs (1948-1956) 190-lbs (1962) 195-lbs (1970-1978)
  • Hair Color: Medium Brown in 1928 to 1970 to brown with a few grey hairs in 1978
  • Eye Color: Hazel

 

Born the son of a mob associate father and a stay at home mother, Jim's upbringing was that the mobsters were family to him and he called most of them his family.  A comment from Jim himself in 1934 says that the gangs tried to prevent him from seeing anything violent or illegal and also avoided mentioning them around him.  One of Jim's most dominant traits was his incredible intelligence; by the time he was 5 years old he was already able to read on his own and his kindergarten teacher said he had the reading ability of a 9 year old.  He was always the quickest of the four Marston children to learn how to fish.  Despite being fairly open and comfortable around people at the age of five, he has his father and grandfather's introverted nature and was a shy reserved child by the age of 11 and began by the time he was 17 feel like he had an incredible unattainable legacy to live up to.  As a result of his upbringing, Jim initially lacked his father's and grandfather's courage and superior combat, farming and survival skills.  Although, a natural student, he skipped a grade at the local middle school in Blackwater and graduated as an honor's student in 1940.  He was always the more responsible, better behaved son out of him and John jr, who wasn't as intelligent, although John jr was a fast learner and resourceful really took no interest in reading or in academics and was already starting to surpass him in reading ability by the age of 5.  He was the third member of the Marston family to graduate High School after his brother John jr in 1937 and his sister Sadie in 1939.  What he lacks in writing ability and imagination compared to his father, he surpasses him by far in math and science, almost to the point where he would sometimes do his parents taxes for him.  

 

In order to feel more like a man when compared to his father and grandfather, he dropped out of college after three semesters and joined the US Marines in World War II after Pearl Harbor where he proved himself in combat greatly improving his shooting, leadership and survival skills in basic training and during the war.  During his time in the war he spent 285 days in combat duty and was present at Guadacanal, Okinawa and even spent 50 days in a POW camp when his unit was captured until it was rescued by a unit led by a Major Arnold Morgan (no relation) right before the Japanese were going to execute the POWs.  During his time in the war he was promoted from a Private to a First Lieutenant received two bronze stars and a silver star along with marksmanship honors.  

 

Returning home from war he felt much more accomplished although lost much of his childlike innocence he had before the war and in December, 1945 married his college sweetheart Geraldine (Geri) Sawicki.  He quickly re-entered college and graduated in December, 1947 with a degree in finance.  Although his move in joining the military without talking to the family somewhat strained his relationship with his father, he understood why he did it and was proud of his accomplishments.  The war changed Jim's character where he went from calling himself Jimmy to Jim and became colder, more cruel bragging about killing enemy soldiers and sometimes being a neglectful stern father at first until 1956 when he realizes how important family is and how important being a father is to his children.  He did develop a slight problem with alcoholism and depression after the war and more so after the death of his brother but soon worked on that eventually sobering up and becoming a responsible parent and husband after the events of 1948.  

 

He is more willing to adapt to newer technologies and newer methods of doing things than his father and much more than his grandfather, has a natural talent for mathematics, numbers, guns and is actually rather handy.  However, he is not above taking vengeance in the name of the family as in the events of 1948 with the murder of his older brother and brother-in-law proved, and believes that destroying everything a man has is a much more effective and punishing form of vengeance than killing them, his philosophy is that killing a man, especially a powerful one will only make you a target, destroying them will make them powerless and helpless.  He also started a cheese manufacturing business and bought a ranch in 1951, following the sale of his old ranch that his father split up between him and his three siblings, buying one further away from the city by a couple miles to make cheese based on old Sicilian methods he learned from the food he ate as a kid, he also developed a love of Mexican cuisine from his time in East Los Santos in 1956.  He is also somewhat a fan of baseball and movies, and is an occasional television watcher, although he discourages addiction to it.  His physical appearance as a young adult is somewhat based on Charles Bronson in the 1955 movie Big House, U.S.A and he also has a couple of scars on his cheek that he received from a lizard attack in his fox hole in the war.  He was always a slightly taller than average kid for his age, but during his teenage years he shot up in height much like his father between 1907 and 1911, and by the age of 17 he was already the tallest Marston standing about an inch taller than his father.  He usually wears a casual suit, a dark grey fedora but dresses casually for outdoors when doing farm-work.  His hair is a lighter shade of brown than his father's because of his mother's side of the family.  His appearance changes throughout the years going from short uniform hair as a child in the 1930s to short hair in 1948 to neatly parted hair in the 1950s and early 60s to slightly longer hair in the 70s and eventually started sporting a mustache.  After seeing his father's rapidly deteriorating health in the 1970s, he eventually decides to cut back on his smoking in 1974 going from one and a half packs of cigarettes a day to just one to smoking half a pack by 1978 and chewing newly introduced nicotine gum.  After the events of the game it is revealed that he did successfully quit smoking altogether in 1983, retired from his work on his cheese business company in 1998 at the age of 75 started developing dementia issues in 2010 and died peacefully in a retirement home in 2013 after injuries from a fall at the age of 90 four months after his wife died.  

 

He marries Geraldine (Geri) Sawicki  (1924-2013) on December 5th, 1945 and together they had 3 children

  • Linda Anne Marston - January 10th, 1947
  • Jeffrey "Jeff" Matthew Marston - April 7th, 1948
  • Susan Rose Marston - February 11th, 1950

 

 

Jon Gravelli 

  • Born: Summer, 1923 - Meadow Hills, Liberty City
  • Died: Autumn, 2008 - Schottler, Liberty City
  • Nationality: American of Italian descent
  • Height: 5'11" (1948-1978) to 5'9" in 2008
  • Weight: 190-lbs (1948-1978) weighed 150-lbs in 2008
  • Hair Color: Black (1948-1956) Black and balding in (1962) Black with a few grey hairs and partially bald in 1970-1978
  • Eye Color: Light Brown

 

Jon Gravelli was born in Meadow Hills, Dukes,  Liberty City in July, 1923 in a neighborhood known for its mafia affiliation, where he began being associated with crime as early as 1935.  His uncle Sonny Calegossi vowed for his father Vito Gravelli into the Scalero Crime Family in 1925, and in 1926 the family moved to Northern Alderny where they lived just four doors down from the Marston family and Jon Gravelli and Jim Marston actually were childhood friends until the Marstons moved in 1928.  His criminal record dates back to 1940 when he was arrested for possession of gambling records and was arrested again in 1942 for assault where he was forced into the US Army for the preparations of the Invasion of Italy.  After the war ended in 1945, he was honorably discharged and ran into his old childhood friends John Marston jr and Jim Marston in Los Santos in 1946.  

 

Following his father's footsteps he joined the Manbano Crime Family in 1945 and was sworn in La Costra Nova in 1946 where he is sworn in as a soldier.  In 1948 his 27 year old brother Joe Gravelli was killed in a shootout at a resturant and following this vowed revenge.  After this he teamed up with the Marstons and used their need for vengenace to take on the army around Vincent Manbano and take him to the commission to overthrow him.  Following this his uncle Sonny Calegossi was named boss of the family which was renamed the Calegossi Crime Family and he was promoted to a capo within the family.  He was later promoted to underboss in 1956.  

 

During his time as underboss he helped secure more rackets for the family, strengthened their position in the commission and helped the Calegossi Crime Family become the most powerful crime family in the entire American Mafia, eventually becoming boss of the family after his uncle died of a stroke in 1978 at the age of 82.  He is a rather honest, blunt and down to earth man, who is not afraid to speak his mind at times to people he know's he can trust.  Although more ruthless and cold in his younger years, his experience as a friend, husband and father helps him become more friendly and easy going as an older man as evidenced by the time Niko met him in 2008.  He was survived by his wife of 53 years, 4 children and 10 grandchildren at the time of his death.  He became very disappointed with the direction the families took throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s with drugs and even went so far as disowning his own son after he developed a cocaine addiction in 1995.  

 

He was married to Bianca Lolino (1934-) from 1955 onwards and had 4 children with her (3 daughters and a son)

  • Andrea Gravelli - born 1956
  • Elena Gravelli - born 1959
  • Isabella Gravelli - born 1963
  • Jon Gravelli jr - born 1968 (entered rehab in 2008 after his father's death and the witness protection program in 2009)

 

 

 

Luis Cortez

  • Born: Spring, 1932 - East Los Santos
  • Died: June, 2020 - Bolingbroke Penitentiary, South San Andreas
  • Nationality: American of Mexican Descent
  • Height: 5'9" 
  • Weight: 165-lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown

 

Born to poor Mexican-American immigrants Jose and Elisa Cortez in 1932 in a poor East Los Santos neighborhood filled with local street gangs and the fifth of eight kids during the peak of the great depression, he quickly learned how to adapt to hostile environments and quickly became very street smart and adept at reading people.  His first run in with the law came in 1947 when he was 15 and he was arrested for stealing cigarettes from a local gas station and he joined the 33rd Street Gang at the age of 16 a year later.  In the 1940s, the Mexican gangs were temporarily united following the conviction and sentencing of five members in a controversial trial and white police officers brutalizing prisoners of Mexican descent.  Cortez saw the power of unity as a force for making the gangs stronger and making them less hostile with each other and more willing to work with external forces.  

 

In 1956, Cortez broke ranks with the 33rd Street Gang after a falling out and joined The Boulevards where he would try to convince them to unite, unsuccessfully.  Opprotunity struck when Jon Gravelli and Jim Marston wanted to calm down the local Mexican gangs and he sought the advice of mobsters on how to organize and discipline the gangs into behaving cooperatively.  Following this they began killing gang leaders who were starting wars and inciting violence uniting them behind a common cause eventually under a new banner "Los Santos Vagos" which would be headed by Cortez and would secure an alliance with the American Mafia with supplies of marijuana routes from Mexico.  During the next several years he would help other local gangs unify and organize into more cohesive less hostile units, including gangs in White City, Liberty City, Carcer City and Independence City.  He was arrested in 1974 for a drug deal that was an undercover sting operation, even though ironically he disapproved of spreading drugs among his gang members and he was sentenced to life in prison as a result, where he would die at the age of 88 in 2020 he was released on parole in 1985 but arrested again in 1988 for a parole violation and was released again in 1996 before being arrested again in 2003 when he tried to take control back of the gang he founded.  He was survived by two ex wives, 8 children, 13 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

 

 

Had one kid with a high school sweetheart Alejandra Lopez (1932-2016)

  • Veronica Lopez - born 1950

 

Had two illegitimate kids with his first ex-wife Consuella Madrazo (1933-2015) - divorced 1959

  • Martin Madrazo - born 1953
  • Isabella Madrazo - born 1955

 

 

Had five kids with his ex-wife Valentina Ramirez (1935-) - married 1961

  • Rosa Cortez - born 1962
  • Diego Cortez - born 1964
  • Elizabeth Cortez - born 1965
  • Juan Cortez - born 1968 (Spanish version of John)
  • Sofia Cortez - born 1971

 

 

Marston Chronicles: Part III

 

Jeff Marston

  • Born: April 7th, 1948
  • Nationality: American of Scottish and Polish descent
  • Height: 1'10" to 2'1" in 1948 - 4'6" in 1956 - 5'8" in 1962 - 6'4" full adult height
  • Weight: 200-lbs
  • Hair Color: Light-Medium Brown
  • Eye Color: Dark Green

 

Born Jeffrey Matthew Marston on April 7th, 1948 in Blackwater Hospital, he was the second of three children to Jim and Geri Marston.  Jeff was always an inquisitive child who had a passion for things mechanical and taking things apart, eventually ended up building model planes as a kid and had a developed a love for western TV shows, much like his father Jim developed a love for western movies and his grandfather Jack developed a love for western dime novels.  A fairly bright child, though not as bright as his father was, he could read at the level of a 10 year old by the age of 8, while his younger sister Susan inherited her father's smarts, and her older sister Linda her mother's empathy and warmth, he inherited the handiness, resourcefulness and intuition.  He played little league baseball as a pre-teen and teenager but decided not to pursue a career in the field feeling that he would be better suited to being an engineer.  Following his graduation from High School in 1966, he sought to join the US Army in Vietnam feeling that he could prove his manhood to his family, given his father's incredible war record and was sent to Vietnam the following year.  It was in the army where Jeff proved his resourcefulness, marksmanship abilities and mechanical abilities, and even won a silver star and a bronze star in battle.  Despite ending up a POW for 33 days before being rescued he was relieved of duty and honorably discharged in April, 1970 and returned home to his family after spending 3 years in Vietnam and 4 years in the military.  

 

After the war, not knowing what to do with his life and being a somewhat self-centered, directionless, rebellious young adult who wanted to make his own path in life, typical for someone of his generation he decided to get a job repossessing cars instead of working in a factory or going to university after his father demanded that he go look for a job.  Trying to make an honest living he got into tow trucking and car repossession but his skills in breaking into cars which he learned in the military eventually caught the attention of the Cravelli family after he repossessed one of their cars and successfully alluded them.  He has good survival skills, is very handy with things mechanical, explosives, and guns although he does have trouble swimming as evidence in Colombia when he had to be rescued by Ancelotti in a current when he got caught by a log in a raging stream.  

 

During his time between the events of 1970 and 1978 he decides to somewhat better himself, deciding to go to university where he eventually graduates in 1975 with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, marries his college girlfriend Bonnie Ellis and decides to start a family of his own.  While he always did have trouble accepting responsibility he gradually matures and gets over this flaw as the events of 1978 and witnessing his grandfather's rapid decline in health finally convinced him to do the right thing.  He is a rather moralistic person and will do the right thing often given the choice, his grandfather Jack comments in 1970 that he reminds him of his father John in spirit, personality and appearance.  He is a rather tall lean man and while he does sport shorter hair in 1970 by 1978 he has grown it out and even begins sporting a mustache.  He is a fan of westerns, tv shows and movies and somewhat a fan of comic books and football especially as a child.  While not as creative as his grandfather nor as good with math and numbers as his father he is rather handy and quick at figuring out how things work.  His appearance has often been compared to his great-grandfather John's appearance as a young adult even though his appearance is based on the 1970s MLB pitcher Bill Bonham.  He has long to medium length light-medium brown hair and dark green eyes, and much like his father, grand-father and great-grandfather he has a scar on his cheek from an animal attack he received in the jungle of Vietnam.  

 

Giovanni Ancelotti

  • Born: 1940 - Little Italy, Liberty City
  • Nationality: American of Italian descent
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Weight: 195-lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Hazel

 

Born in Little Italy, Liberty City in 1940 he was the oldest of Vito Ancelotti's children and was the nephew of DeMici family soldier Anthony Ancelotti.  His life of crime began when he was 15 in high school and he was caught supplying contraband cigarettes in the alley two blocks away from his high school.  In 1959, he was arrested for being in possession of stolen property and four years later in 1963 for loan sharking.  In 1960 at the age of 20 he was sworn in to the then DeMici Crime Family as a soldier and became a very capable member proving himself rather capable in hand to hand combat, business savy and his skills with firearms.  He was one of the most promising members of the family being promoted to Capo in 1967 at the age of 27 and is rather loyal to friends who help him out and has a sense of who to trust.  During this time he also became a devoted father and husband marrying Camille Sattei in 1969 and having four children with her.  

 

Married to Camille Sattei since June 23rd, 1967 and has had four children with her

  • Giovanni Ancelotti jr - born 1968
  • Carmella Ancelotti - born 1970
  • Anthony Ancelotti - born 1973
  • Gracie Ancelotti - born 1977

 

 

Fred Johnson

  • Born: Summer, 1947, Los Santos
  • Died: August 9th, 1979, South Los Santos
  • Nationality: American - black
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 195-lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown

 

Born Fredrick Edward Johnson, on July 20th, 1947 to Woody and Elisa Johnson in East Los Santos the fourth of six children in what was then a still promising neighborhood of South Los Santos, his parents separated when he was five years old and he was raised by his mother and stepfather.  His grandparents Bill and Hattie Johnson moved from Lemoyne to Los Santos in 1927 when his father Woody Johnson was only 2 years leaving crop sharing on Caliga Hall after Bill's brother was shot by a 32 year old Spencer Gray the son of the plantation head, 59 year old Scott Gray.  He grew up on Grove Street in Los Santos South Central.  Johnson had two brothers who would play a primary influence on his life, an older brother William "Willie" Johnson who was killed in the 65' riots.  According to neighbours of Johnson, he developed an affinity for fist fighting and driving fast cars as an adolescent and waas constantly in trouble with the LSPD for various offenses.  Being well built for a teenager he would vow to protect himself and his family never going out of his way to fight and to "keep the bad guys out".  In High School early in his junior year in late-1964 he accidentally got his girlfriend Beverly Washington pregnant and instead of running off instead chose to marry her, nine months later in 1965 they had their first child a son named Sean.  

 

During the 1965 riots Fred Johnson's older brother Willie Johnson was killed in a gang fight at the age of 20 and his younger brother Peter "Petey" Johnson better known as "PJ" was badly injured with a severe leg injury during his pubescent growth where he had grown from 5'2" to 5'6" in the past six months and would grow to 5'10" nine months later on his way to his adult height of 6'1" leaving him bow legged for the rest of his life walking with a limp.  After being arrested by Officer Julius Thomas in 1965, whom developed a grudge for him and his family he was sent into the US Army to serve in Vietnam.  Upon returning home from basic training in 1967, he married his girlfriend Beverly Washington and got her pregnant again, this time with a son, Carl who would be born in early-1968.  He left for Vietnam in 1967 and returned in 1970. 

 

Immediately, after returning home from Vietnam he was caught and framed by the two crooked cops who arrested him in 1965 Julius Thomas and Richard Miller where they frame him on heroin possession and say the only way they won't arrest him or send him back to Vietnam is if he cooperates with them and smuggles a car filled with 500-lbs of heroin in the trunk from Los Santos to Dover.  Immediately after returning to Los Santos he has a falling out with Spines Fress and the Ballas and begins uniting other gangs in the city such as the Cyrus and Green Stones, the Glen Park Boys and begins forming an alliance with them called the "Grove Street Families".  He begins a gang under the leadership of his life long best friend and the one of the few people he trusts Lamont Davis (Lamar's grandfather) and his younger brother PJ to hold meetings organizing the Grove Street Families seeing how bad things got.  Together they hold meetings in local parks, setting up safe houses in case of attacks and bring leaders of neighboring gangs together to form unions and even begin setting  a uniform dress code among them.  The dress code consists of khakis, suspenders, green ace duece derby hats, green leather jacket, an ear ring in the left ear, black glove on the left hand and a green bandanna on the left side.  The original idea behind the Grove Street Families isn't about crime or violence but is to promote strength in the community and to protect "the grove" from crime and outside threats, and he demands that all surrounding Grove Families get along and follow the same code.  After this he immediately reconciles with his wife and goes back to being a father and husband.

 

While this is first successful signs of trouble begin to show as negative press, police attention and new members not caring much about the code begin showing as early as 1972.  In 1973, he is framed for an armed robbery that he didn't commit and is sentenced to 15 years in prison where he is placed in the same cell with a local Las Venturas mafia soldier of the Ancelotti crime family where the two befriend eachother to get a lawyer connection going and Fred is released early in exchange for doing a few favors with the Ancelotti family.  He was arrested cause the description of the robber sounds like it could've fit him although was somewhat more fitting to Officer Thomas who wanted him off the streets.  In 1975, about a year after the birth of their fourth and final child Brian she announces that she wants a divorce and takes full custody of the kids.  

 

Eventually when he is released from prison and does his favors for the Ancelotti family he sees how much the gang has declined and decides to bring it back to its original form, and tries to recapture what he has lost and provide a safer environment for his children to grow up in.  He also swears vengeance on officers Thomas and Miller and Spines Fress who took everything from him that he worked so hard for.  Immediatley after returning back to Los Santos from Nicaragua he works with his friend from Lamont Daivs to clear the Los Santos Grove Street Families of heroin and dope pushers and works to re-establish discipline and order to the Families, and does this succesfully.  After which he arranges a meeting and sabatoge for Spines Fress using his new mafia connections and Mexican gang connections in order to overthrow him feeling that he's become to selfish and hostile to work with.  He is nearly killed in his fight against Spines Fress and officer Thomas but escapes by a getaway car being driven by Jeff Marston, it is then revealed that he dies of complications from his injuries a year later.  

 

 

He has four children with his wife Beverly Washington (1948-1992)

  • Sean "Sweet" Johnson - born 1965 
  • Carl "CJ" Johnson - born 1968
  • Kendl Johnson - born 1971
  • Brian Johnson - born 1974 - died 1987

one thing that's wrong here id like to point is it says Giovanni ancelotti was born in 1940 in liberty when on the gta wiki and the in game police database in gta 4 it says Giovanni ancelotti was born in Naples Italy in 1930 and he immigrated to the us in 1950. just some constructive criticism i wanted to give. 

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12 hours ago, josh coley said:

one thing that's wrong here id like to point is it says Giovanni ancelotti was born in 1940 in liberty when on the gta wiki and the in game police database in gta 4 it says Giovanni ancelotti was born in Naples Italy in 1930 and he immigrated to the us in 1950. just some constructive criticism i wanted to give. 

Appreciate your criticism and I noticed that too, just thought with his daughter being born in 1977, never seeing him at all in GTA IV and only being mentioned about being in jail and head of the family, that there was little known about him.  I was thinking about that to and thought that would've been a little off given the age of Jeff and Fred.

List of Airplanes.  Also good timing immediately saw your response cause I was working on typing in a airplane and helicopter list I made.

 

Plane                              Modeled After                        Era First Available                    Cruising Speed               Service Ceiling                       Cost

Cuban 100                     Engineering TW-1                  1920                                         60-mph                            1,200-feet                              $3,000               Personal Plane

AT-100                           Fokker F-II                              1920                                         75-mph                            1,000-feet                              $20,000            Commercial Airliner 

F-406 Standard             Standard E-1                           1920                                         65-mph                           4,000-feet                              $8,000             Fighter Plane

F-436 Pecker                Packard LUSAC-11                 1920                                         73-mph                            6,500-feet                             $10,000            Fighter Plane

Cuban 200                    Cessna Model AA                    1928                                         65-mph                            2,000-feet                             $3,000              Personal Plane

AT-200                          Fokker-F10                              1928                                         95-mph                            4,000-feet                             $50,000            Commercial Airliner

AT-300                          Ford Tri-Motor                          1928                                        102-mph                          4,600-feet                             $55,000             Commercial Airliner

AT-400                          Boeing 80                                 1928                                        110-mph                          5,000-feet                             $75,000             Commercial Airliner

F-466 Crow                  Curtiss P-1 Hawk                      1928                                         98-mph                           7,000-feet                             $10,000            Fighter Plane

F-496 Citrus                 Curtiss XP-10                           1928                                         120-mph                         9,000-feet                             $14,000             Fighter Plane

F-526 Kong                 P-12                                           1928                                         120-mph                        10,500-feet                           $15,000              Fighter Plane

F-556 Eagle                 P-6 Hawk                                   1928                                        125-mph                          9,500-feet                          $13,000                Fighter plane

Cuban 300                   Cessna EC-2                             1934                                         75-mph                           3,000-feet                          $4,000                 Personal Plane

F-586 Wadshooter       P-26 Peashooter                       1934                                        145-mph                        11,000-feet                          $14,000                Fighter Plane

F-616 Organized         P-30 Consolidated                     1934                                         165-mph                        11,000-feet                         $20,000                Fighter Plane

Cuban 400                   Cessna C-38                             1940                                         83-mph                           5,000-feet                         $5,000                 Personal Plane

Cuban 700                  Cessna AT-17 Bobcat                1940                                         105-mph                        6,200-feet                          $8,000                  Personal Plane

AT-500                         Douglas DC-3                            1940                                         130-mph                        8,000-feet                         $80,000               Commercial Airliner

Vagoliner                    Boeing 307 Stratoliner                 1940                                        145-mph                        7,000-feet                         $313,000             Commercial Airliner

F-646 Acrobat             P-39 Airacobra                            1940                                        210-mph                        12,000-feet                       $51,000                 Fighter Plane

F-676 Warbird            P-40 Warhawk                             1940                                        200-mph                         11,000-feet                      $45,000                  Fighter Plane

Cuban 550                  Cessna 140                                 1948                                        85-mph                           5,500-feet                        $3,500                   Personal Plane

Cargomax 10              Avro York                                     1948                                        170-mph                        10,000-feet                      $1,500,000              Cargo Plane

AT-600                        Douglas DC-6                              1948                                       165-mph                         8,000-feet                        $300,000             Commercial Airliner

F-706 Thunderbird      P-51 Mustang                              1948                                       220-mph                        13,000-feet                        $51,000                Fighter Plane

F-736 Lightning           F-84 Thunderjet                           1948                                       295-mph                         14,000-feet                     $360,000               Fighter Jet

F-766 Sadie                F-86 Sabre                                  1948                                       330-mph                          16,000-feet                    $215,000                 Fighter Jet

F-796 Spider              F-89 Scorpion                              1948                                       310-mph                          16,000-feet                    $800,000                 Fighter Jet

Constipation               Lockheed Constellation                1948                                       160-mph                          8,000-feet                     $750,000               Commercial Airliner

Loose Deuce              Spruce Goose                              1948                                      165-mph                          12,000-feet                   $2,500,000               Cargo Plane

Cuban 800                Cessna 310                                   1956                                       115-mph                         7,000-feet                      $48,000                   Personal Plane

AT-700                        Douglas DC-7                              1956                                       180-mph                         8,000-feet                     $980,000                 Commercial Airliner

F-826 Super Sadie     F-100 Super Sabre                       1956                                       440-mph                        16,000-feet                   $700,000                 Fighter Jet

F-856 Magic               F-101 Voodoo                               1956                                       480-mph                         18,000-feet                  $1,275,000              Fighter Jet

F-886 Thor                F-105 Thunderchief                       1956                                       450-mph                        16,500-feet                   $1,800,000              Fighter Jet

P-100 Herculean       C-130 Hercules                              1956                                       180-mph                        13,000-feet                  $2,000,000               Cargo Plane

Super Constipation   L-1049 Super Constellation           1956                                       174-mph                        8,500-feet                      $1,200,000             Commercial Airliner

MicroJet                    Morane-Sauliner MS.760               1956                                       210-mph                       12,000-feet                     $215,000                 Small Private Jet

AT-800                       Douglas DC-8                                1962                                       245-mph                      11,000-feet                     $5,540,000             Jet Airliner

AT-900                      Douglas DC-9                                1962                                       255-mph                        11,000-feet                   $5,200,000              Jet Airliner

P-906 Ghost              F-4 Phantom                                  1962                                      710-mph                       18,500-feet                    $10,000,000            Fighter Jet

Jet 1.0                       Boeing 707                                     1962                                      255-mph                        12,000-feet                  $4,900,000               Jet Airliner

Jet 1.5                      Boeing 727                                      1962                                     260-mph                        12,000-feet                   $4,250,000              Jet Airliner

Learjet                      Lockheed JetStar                            1962                                     240-mph                        11,000-feet                 $1,500,000                 Small Private Jet

AT-1000                   Douglas DC-10                                1970                                     260-mph                        13,000-feet                 $20,000,000               Jumbo Jet Airliner

P-936 Cheetah         F-14 Tomcat                                    1970                                     740-mph                        17,000-feet                 $10,000,000              Fighter Jet

DP-69 Blackhawk     SR-71 Blackbird                              1970                                   1,050-mph                      26,000-feet                 $40,000,000               Stealth Jet

Jet 2.0                      Boeing 747                                      1970                                    265-mph                         13,000-feet                $30,000,000               Jumbo Jet Airliner

Falcon 150               British Aerospace 125                     1970                                   240-mph                          12,000-feet                 $1,500,000                  Private Jet

Cargo Plane           Lockheed C-5 Galaxy                         1970                                 260-mph                         15,000-feet                 $8,000,000                 Cargo Jet

P-966 Hawk             F-15 Eagle                                        1978                                  900-mph                         20,000-feet                 $15,000,000               Fighter Jet

P-976 Fox                F-16 Falcon                                      1978                                  850-mph                          23,000-feet                $18,000,000                Fighter Jet

Hawk 50                  Deassault Falcon 50                         1978                                  250-mph                         13,000-feet                  $1,500,000                 Private Jet

 

 

 

Helicopters

 

Helicopter                 Modeled After                     Era First Available    Top Speed         Top Altitude          Cost

Thunder                    Bell 47                                1948                          84-mph               4,500-feet          $15,000

Utility                       Bell H13 Sioux                     1948                         90-mph                 5,000-feet        $17,000

Workhorse               H21 Shawnee                      1956                        103-mph               6,000-mph        $30,000

Rocket                     Bell 204                                1962                        115-mph               7,000-feet         $30,000

Cargobob                 CH-46 Sea Knight              1962                         120-mph              6,500-feet          $100,000

Cargobob 2.0           CH-53 Stallion                     1970                        125-mph              6,800-feet          $150,000

Maverick                   Bell 206                               1970                        120-mph              6,000-feet         $140,000

FG-7 Hunter             AH-1 Cobra                         1970                         140-mph              5,000-feet         $1,700,000

FG-8 Hunter            AH-56 Cheyenne                  1970                       150-mph               7,500-feet         $5,000,000

D69                         Sikorsky S-76                        1978                        160-mph              5,000-feet         $400,000

Cargobob 3.0          CH-53E Super Stallion         1978                        130-mph               5,500-feet         $500,000

FG-9 Hunter           AH-1 SuperCobra                  1978                       150-mph               5,000-feet         $3,350,000         

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On 7/17/2020 at 10:01 AM, eyeballs said:

I like it but i think mafia focus is too much. Mafia is only a small part of rdr2 and isnt even at all in 1. its cowboy game mostly

 

EDIT: Problem. they mention new york city and california and a lot of these places in rdr. Chicago too. I dont think this really makes sense

Funny thing is I noticed that the organization of the Van der Linde gang was somewhat like a mafia family

 

Dutch is the boss, the scenes I saw with Hosea and Dutch together where Hosea is consoling Dutch and giving him advice and strategizing with him, Hosea is very much like the Consigiliere of the group, and Hosea with him leading the soldiers and gunman and directing the work, very much the Underboss.  Then you have the earners with the muscle guys being guys like Charles Smith, Bill Williamson, John Marston, Javier Escuela, Micah Bell the lesser muscle guys being Sean MacGuire and Lenny Summers.  Then you have the more scam and loansharking, and activities ones such as Karen Jones, Leopold Strauss, Josiah Trelawny.  Someone even made a chart of the gang leadership about a year and a half ago on Reddit.

 

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On 7/17/2020 at 10:01 AM, eyeballs said:

I like it but i think mafia focus is too much. Mafia is only a small part of rdr2 and isnt even at all in 1. its cowboy game mostly

 

EDIT: Problem. they mention new york city and california and a lot of these places in rdr. Chicago too. I dont think this really makes sense

While I was doing research about the founding of the modern American Mafia I realized that Jack Marston born 1895 would've been born at the perfect time to witness the formation of it.

 

Arnold Rothstein born 1882

 

Jose Massina born 1886

 

Salvatore Maranzano born 1887

 

Frank Costello born 1891

 

Vito Genovese, Lucky Luciano and Joe Profaci born 1897

 

Al Capone born 1899

 

Meyer Lansky and Carlo Gambino born 1902

 

Joseph Valachi born 1903

 

Joseph Bonanno born 1905

 

 

The Mexican gangs were a mix of different street groups until they started slowly uniting in the post-war years and the Crips and Bloods were founded during the late sixties and early seventies by a few teens in South Los Angeles.  Reymond Washington and Stanley Tookie Williams.    I was gonna mention about how the first biker gangs formed in the late-40s with the Hells Angels in 1948 then the Highwaymen in 1954, then the Gypsy Jokers in 1956 then the Pagans in 1959.  Guess you could have some smaller stories about them.  Was also thinking about Easter eggs and the f*cked up ones in RDR2 and thought what about in 1956 a random house Easter egg that’s a reference to Ed Gein.  Would be interesting to see.

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Supporting Characters

 

 

Archer Fordham

Born: 1883 - Blackwater, West Elizabeth

Died: 1962 - Messina, Liberty

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 185-lbs

Nationality: American - white

Hair Color: Black

Eye Color: Brown

 

Former head of the Bureau of Investigation after retiring in 1919, he was the one who led the investigation on the sudden murder of Edgar Ross in 1914 an investigation that led to the questioning of those who saw him last such as his brother and his wife and if anyone suspicious was looking for him.  His investigation led him to believe that Jack Marston was responsible for his murder, and in 1917 with a war declared and an emergency need for young adult male soldiers, with 18 agents, Archer descended on Beecher's Hope and convinced Jack Marston to either join the US army or spend the next 30 years in jail or get shot on the spot.  After drafting Marston and arresting him, he then stormed the residence and confiscated the money John acquired in the 1907 raid on Micah Bell.  Following the war in 1919, he abdicated his position as head of BOI to enter into law practice and was kidnapped in Mexico in 1921.  After this he became an undercover Prohibition agent operating a decoy speakeasy in Liberty City then retired in 1933 after the end of prohibition.  

 

 

 

Beth Marston 

Born: 1900 - Saint Denis

Died: 1986 - Blackwater 

Height: 5'7" (1920-1962) 5'6.5" (1970) 5'5.5" (1978)

Weight: 140-lbs

Nationality: American of Irish and Welsh descent 

Hair Color: Strawberry Blonde

Eye Color: Blue-Green

 

Born Elizabeth Jones, the illegitimate daughter of Karen Jones and a deceased Sean MacGuire, she had a very miserable childhood.  Her father Sean MacGuire was killed the night after he impregnated her mother and her mother moved from place to place until working as a seamstress in Blackwater until she discovered she was pregnant again, sending Elizabeth to live in the Blackwater orphanage before killing herself with a pistol to the head in 1906 at the age of 32.  From then on she lived in a orphanage where she ran away in 1910 before being adopted by a store owner Victor Makepeace where he became the closest thing to a father figure Beth ever had and had her working a child janitor also teaching her to read and write.  Victor also told Beth about the group her mother was a part of and that moment Beth swore to never allow herself to be associated with any kind of criminal life.  

 

In 1915, a hurricane struck Blackwater causing great damage and also almost destroying the store where Beth lived and worked forcing her onto the street as an underage prostitute.  One night in the early-Summer of 1916 when she was surrounded by 3 potential rapists before she stabbed one to death and threatened to cut the others a young Jack Marston noticed the altercation and stepped into save her, it was there that the two immediately began falling for each other and Jack offered to have her live with him in Beecher's Hope.  The two grow closer and eventually marry eachother in March, 1917 before Jack is sent off into the US Army and the money on the farm in confiscated leaving her to maintain the place as best as she can until he returned in November, 1918.  

 

She is a loving and devoted wife and mother with a stern, headstrong personality and quite capable of handling a knife and a gun, for example, when she saved Jack and Joe's life in 1928 when a mob soldier they thought they killed pointed a gun at their heads only to get shot himself by Beth.  She often tries her best to keep the family together and her kids and husband in line and at first is very annoyed by Jack's somewhat disinterest in parenting or indifferent attitude towards her at times, where she often calls him out for being reckless, hotheaded and not thinking about how his actions affect the family.  During the course of the years 1920 to 1928 she greatly disapproves of her husbands's job as a mob associate hitman and tries to convince him to quit before he winds up dead and after being kidnapped along with the kids before being saved, she decides to temporarily leave him before reuniting with him in Blackwater.  She often finds herself at odds with Jack, with her husband's habits of constantly having to prove himself, grudge holding and endangering himself.  She is a fairly artistic person with a passion for painting and sculpting, when she gets the chance, instills the idea of family and togetherness into her kids and often tries to keep everyone she loves out of trouble.  Her relationship with her husband became very loving after the events of 1928 and Jack worked to get her and the kids back, although they become strained and very tested again in 1948 when she blamed Jack for the death of their eldest son John jr, though she eventually forgave him although she often tried to keep her kids out of trouble and even berated her younger son Jim for the events of 1948, 1956 and 1962 and was rather disappointed in her eldest daughter Sadie deciding to become a hit woman saying "revenge is never the answer".  

 

 

Salvatore Calgegossi

Born: 1880

Died: 1948

Height: 5'8"

Weight: 160-lbs

Nationality: Italian

Hair Color: Black

Eyes Color: Hazel

 

Salvatore Calegossi was born in Palermo, Sicily in 1880 where he was the fourth of six children and his father was a local shopkeeper when his father moved the family to Liberty City through Elgin Island in 1893 when he was only 13 years old.  During his early adulthood he became a racketeer and was eventually made head of the Carcer City Outfit in 1916, and was later brought back and promoted to underboss under Massino in 1923.  With the death of Massino in 1928, he became boss of the Massino Crime Family which was then renammed the Calegossi Crime Family, until his death in 1948 when his nephew Sonny Calegossi took it over.   He was head of the Commission following the arrest of Nickadimo in 1939, a position he would hold until he died of a heart attack in 1948 and it was taken over by his nephew.

 

 

 

 

H. Ross Jackson

Born: 1895

Died: 1970

Height: 5'8"

Weight: 160-lbs

Nationality: American of English descent

Hair Color: Black (1920-1948) Few Grey Hairs (1956) Mostly Grey (1962) Grey (1970)

Eye Color: Dark Brown

 

Is an American law enforcement adiminstrator and the protege of Archer Fordham who took over his position as head of the BOI in 1924 at the age of 29 where he restructured the orginzation and reformed it into the FIB then later turning it into a larger crime-fighting agency instituting a number of innovations into policing such as centralized fingerprint files, forensic laboratories and expanding a national blacklist.  However, he was found to be amassing secret files on political leaders, collecting evidence using illegal methods and often used his power to threaten and intimidate those he disagreed with.  

 

 

Chris Nickadimo

Born: 1895

Died: 1948

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 190-lbs

Nationality: Italian

Hair Color: Black

Eye Color: Green 

 

Born Christopher Nickadima in Sicily in 1895 he was the second of four children and the son of a sulfur miner in Sicily.  The family eventually immigrated to America and arrived in Liberty City in 1903 when he Chris was just 8 years old.  At the age of 14 in 1909 he dropped out of school to get a job selling hats in Liberty City earning $1 a day, however, after winning $300 in a dice game he quit his job and began earning money on the street.  During this time he eventually joined the Four Points Gang where he began offering protection to Jewish youngsters from Irish and Italian gangs for $.10 a week.  He was also becoming a local pimp during the time around World War I developing a reputation as someone not to be messed with, an avid gambler and street hustler.  Using finances from Ron Rosenstein he quickly began a partnership with him in a bootlegging operation along with Sonny Calegossi.  

 

In the years up to 1928, used his skills, charisma, and business smarts to increase the size of his bootlegging and gambling operation into a $25-million a year business.  Within no time at all Nickadimo become the top aide to Joe Massino where he began a rivalry with Mike Gambetti before choosing to side with him over Massino after Massino double crossed him because he thought the young ambitious upstarter was becoming too powerful too fast.  This led to the violent "Great Mob War of '28" where he eventually chose to allign himself with Calegossi, Gambetti and Joe DeMici and eventually forcing Maranzano into submission.  Following this he reorganized the mafia into The Commission with five families, The Nickadimo Family, The Calegossi Family, The Gambetti Family, The Manbano Family and The DeMici Family with himself as head of the comission as a whole.  

 

 

Peter J. O'Driscoll

Born: 1888

Died: 1970

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 180-lbs

Nationality: American of Irish descent

Hair Color: Light Brown

Eye Color: Blue

 

The son of Colm O'Driscoll's brother Jacob O'Driscoll who was murdered by Dutch Van der Linde in 1894, he went to live with his mother in a local political family in Beanston, Mashuntuckee where his mother eventually remarried to a successfull local businessman and owner of a saloon in Beanston.  Following this he eventually attended Havad University where he graduated with a degree in economics in 1912.  He eventually goes into business where he makes a fortune as a stock and commodity investory in real estate where he borrowed money to eventually buy control of a local bank by the age of 26.  He is incredibly ambitious, controlling, manipulative and greedy, to the point where he enforces his own will on his family and would do anything to get ahead in life.  He is not even below resorting to illegal activity such as partaking in making money through bootlegging in the prohibition era.  In 1927, he attempts to become a movie mogul buying his first studio.  In 1928, he hires Jack Marston under Joe DeMici to help sabotage his competition in bootlegging, and has him smuggle booze from the countryside into Los Santos. 

 

He has several kids with his wife Edith O'Driscoll married 1913 (1890-1992)

  • Peter J. O'Driscoll jr. - born 1915 - died 1944
  • Francis J. O'Driscoll - born 1917 - died 1963
  • Mildred O'Driscoll - born 1918 - died 2007
  • Annie O'Driscoll - born 1920 - died 1948
  • Irene O'Driscoll - born 1922 - died 2008
  • Phyllis O'Driscoll - born 1924 - died 2006
  • Frank "Frankie" R. O'Driscoll - born 1925 - died 1968
  • Annabelle O'Driscoll - born 1929
  • Frank O'Driscoll - born 1932 - died 2011

 

 

Ron Rosenstein

Born: 1882

Died: 1928

Height: 5'7"

Weight: 155-lbs

Nationality: American of Russian descent

Hair Color: Black

Eye Color: Blue

 

An Americna racketeer, businessman and gambler who became a kingpin of the Jewish mob of Liberty City, often reputed to have organized corruption in professional sports, he was also the mentor of future crime bosses such as Chris Nickadimo, Sonny Calegossi, Mike Gambettti and Joe DeMici.  He was one of the first who realized the potential profits in bootlegging during prohibition and when he refused to pay a debt and tried to betray DeMici it led to his murder by him in 1928.  

 

 

Nicky Scalero

Born: 1872

Died: 1928

Height: 5'6"

Weight: 160-lbs

Nationality: Italian

Hair Color: Mostly Bald

Eye Color: Brown

 

 

Robert Howard

Born: 1905

Died: 1978

Height: 6'4"

Weight: 195-lbs

Nationality: American of English, Welsh and French ancestry

Hair Color: Brown

Eye Color: Blue

 

Born outside of Blackwater in 1905, the son of a successful oil businessman and innovator in the industry but had an intelligence and mind for innovation and invention far surpassing that of  his father.  Howard began showing an interest in science and technology from a very early age, building Blackwater's first radio "wireless" transmitter at the age of 11, and built a  motorized bicycle from steam engine parts at the age of 12.  Howard began taking flying lessons at the age of 14, however his parents both died fairly early in life with his father's death in 1922 at the age of 52 from  a heart attack and his mother 2 years later at the age of 39 leaving him with the family fortune.  After this he moved to Los Santos to get involved in the movie business and take part in the then booming real estate market there.  While in Vinewood he begins directing and producing movies that are rather ambitious for the time working with Samuel Richards, David's father and Solomon's grandfather establish Richards Majestic Productions as a major Vinewood studio and along with Vincent Manbano's financial backing help climb the ranks.  He was often seen budding heads with studio managers over film budgets, resources and reckless film stunts.  In his later years he becomes known for being an eccentric billionaire known for aerospace Howard Aircraft, American real estate and hotels and begins buying up large portions of Las Venturas' hotels and casinos gradually taking control of the gambling industry away from the mafia intor corporate control.

 

 

Samuel Richards

Born: 1872 - Liberty City

Died: 1937 - Rockford Hills, Los Santos

Height: 5'7"

Weight: 145-lbs

Nationality: American of Welsh descent

Hair Color: Brown

Eye Color: Brown

 

Born the son of poor Welsh immigrants in Liberty City he was forced into work at a very young age due to his circumstances.  Nevertheless, he began investing into penny arcades with the money he saved from menial jobs and eventually bought himself into the arcade business.  Shortly after the invention of film he slowly started converting his arcades into nickoledoens and overtime turned his venture into Richards Theaters which became a chain of movie theaters.  In 1905, he began producing his own one reel films and live variety shows to produce a steady flow of unique products into his theaters and by 1911 he owned a large number of theaters in Liberty City.  As film production began gravitating towards South San Andreas over the course of the 1910s he began overseeing a large number of enterprises which he renamed Richards' Inc.  In 1920, Richards purchased the Davidson Pictures Corporation which he renamed Richards Pictures Corporation and acquired the financially troubled Majestics Picture Corporation eventually merging the two in 1924 after a series of deals formed his own studio Richards Majestic Productions.  Thinking of sound pictures as a novelty he was one of the last studio heads to finally convert his studio into a sound pictures production which he did somewhat reluctantly in 1932, despite remaining as one of hte dominant motion picture studios in Vinewood.  He was a workaholic, chain smoker and a womanizer a lifestyle that eventually caught up with him when he died of his fourth heart attack in 1937 and left the business to his son David, who would go onto further expand it making it one of the most powerful movie studios the world had ever seen in a constant competition with Canyon Entertainment.  

 

 

 

Buddy Goldman

Born: 1906

Died: 1948

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 175-lbs

Nationality: American of Polish descent

Hair Color: Dark Brown

Eye Color: Blue

 

Born in Broker, Liberty City the second of five children to Jewish immigrants from Austria-Hungary, his grew up in an impoverished household where his parents had to work for up to 12 hours a day to make ends meat.  As a boy he left school to join the gangs of the Lower East Side of Algonquin and started committing thefts eventually developing a protection racket in which he threatened to incinerate pushcart owners' merchandise unless they paid him a dollar.  By the time of his adolescence he had already had a run in with Chris Nickadimo and was friends with one of his associate Lazarius Mazinski.  During the 1920s Goldman became involved in bootlegging and eventually began working as a mafia hitman for hire for other crime families eventually crossing paths with Jack Marston often hijacking liquor cargoes of rival outfits.  Unofrunately, he was also a friend of Al Colossi and offered him refuge when there was a warrant for his arrest.  He was an incredibly charasmatic and likable figure often known to charm his way out of tension or trouble.  After the events of 1928, the National Crime Syndicate was created and Goldman would go onto replace Marston as the key non-Italian hitman and form Muder, Inc.  He was known for also being very arrogant and violent and began to deveelope gambling rackets in Los Santos after 1934 where he would also begin making connections with the higher circles of Vinewood.  In 1945, he moved to Las Venturas with his lieutenants to begin buying out a property development (The Pink Swan) from land developer Ron Carrington after he ran out of money.  When the casino opened in 1946, with costs going well over budget and the casino taking too long to turnover a profit he became increasingly defiant to mob bosses in Liberty City.  With maintenance issues and lack of visitors at first the casino was failing to make a profit until the autumn of 1947 and was rather profitable by the end of 1947 by which time the mafia was beginning to completely run out of patience with his increasingly arrogant, maverick and defiant attitude and in the spring of 1948 had him and his armed bodyguards murdered by Jon Gravelli.  

 

 

 

Harry Vapid

Born: 1863 - rural Pontiac

Died: 1940 - Deerfield, Carcer City, Pontiac

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 170-lbs

Nationality: American of Belgian descent 

Hair Color: Grey

Eye Color: Light Blue

 

Harry Vapid was born in Pontiac to Belgian immigrants where he was the oldest of five children.  His father gave him a musical pocket watch when he was 15 and immediately he began dismantling and reassembling it where he would then start doing that to timepieces of friends and family members quickly gaining the reputation of a clock repairman.  When he was 15 his mother died of dysentery leaving him and his family devastated where his father eventually eventually wanted him to takeover the family farm.  He left the farm in 1879 to become an apprentice machinist in Carcer City.  Vapid built his first motor car at the age 24 in 1887 when he built a four-cycle motor and completed his first personal car in 1892 which had a two-cylinder four horsepower engine.  During the 1890s, he would begin Bell Illuminating Company of Carcer and would be promoted to chief engineer in 1893 giving him enough time and money to devote himself to his experiments on gasoline engines.  He eventually founded the Carcer Automobile Company in 1899 where the cars were too costly and unreliable and the company failed in 1901.  In 1901, he found the Harry Vapid Company which was bought out by Henry Albany and renamed the Albany Motor Company.

 

Following his failures in establishing his own business he built a 80+ horsepower racer and displayed it at a local race where he ended up the victor.  This later led to his establisment with a financial backer Malcolm Alexander to establish a new company the Vapid Motor Company where he began focusing on making cars cheaper and more reliable while focusing on making the manufacturing of them quicker, cheaper and more efficient.  This worked as the company went from making 1,700 cars in its first year to 15,000 in 1907 before introducing the Stainer in 1908, and by 1913 the company was making 170,000 cars a year rapidly expanding.  By 1920, his company was making more than a million vehicles a year with assembly plants being opened overseas.  By 1928, he had factories and dealerships on six continents, a rubber plantation in the jungles of South America, and he was often scornful of the changes of society and thought of cars as becoming fancy gadget riddled contraptions.  Despite paying his workers well, he was always very hard, strict and overbearing on his employees, giving them one bathroom break for 8 hours of work, refusing to ventillate his factories properly and having his enforcers beat up anyone who even mentions the word "union".  He is incredibly verbally and emotionally abusive towards anyone under him, even his own wife and children, is incredibly racist and anti-semetic and often segregates his factories manipulating the different groups of people to compete against each other for fear of losing of their jobs to increase productivity.  

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More Supporting Characters (this time in Part II)

 

 

 

 

 

Abe Schwartzman

Born: 1897, Germany

Died: 1982, Los Santos

Nationality: German

Height: 5'8"

Weight: 160-lbs

Hair Color: Light Brown (1948), Light Brown and Grey (1956-1962), Grey (1970-1978)

Eye Color: Blue

 

Abe Schwartzman is a Jewish-German director born in Germany the son of a shopkeeper, the family immigrated into the United States in 1911 in order to have a better life when he snuck on board a cruise ship.  During his time in Liberty City he eventually took up a job as a stagehand in the movie business before moving to Los Santos in 1916, and avoided service in World War I because of his German heritage, and even took up accent lessons to hide his German origins and prove his patriotism.  During the 1920s he became a studio head producer at Browne Canyon studios and eventually in 1937 hired a new director Issac to be one of his star film makers.  

 

 

 

David Richards

Born: 1909, Independence City

Died: 2012, Los Santos, South San Andreas

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 195-lbs

Nationality: American of Welsh Descent

Hair Color: Black

Eye Color: Hazel

 

 

Johnny Marston 

Born: August 23rd, 1919, Beecher's Hope, Great Plains

Died: April 20th, 1948 

Height: 5'11"

Weight: 180-lbs

Nationality: American of Scottish, English and Irish descent 

Hair Color: Light Brown

Eye Color: Hazel

 

Born John Marston Jr, the twin brother to Charles Marston who survived infancy, and the oldest child of Jack and Beth Marston, he is the only Marston child to have a clear memory of Carcer City and who never entirely lost his Liberty Area accent, while it became sort of a hybrid with an Elizabethan accent.  Although, less intelligent than his younger brother Jimmy, he was still resourceful, handy and quick witted, and was even more outgoing and popular than him in their school years.  Out of the two Marston sons he was always the one who had a better memory of their father, Jack, before his character development in 1928 back when Jack was afraid to get to close to the Marston children of fear of losing them and was more cynical and angry, but became slightly closer to him in the years after.  Although he was more willing to be social with his father and interact with him more than Jimmy was he never really had the close bond that Jimmy had with him.  While Jimmy was more interested in movies, reading, and baseball, Johnny was more focused on shooting, sports in general and girls.  During his high school years he played on the football team and became sort of a womanizer.  After high school, being a C+ average student, and feeling like academics was a waste of time he decided not to go to college and decided to get a job as a trucker.  His relationship eventually became strained with his family and he even impregnated a local town prostitute in Luddendorf in 1940, named Margaret Townley where she gives birth to a son named Edward Townley.  The two brothers never really got along and occasionally fought, much to Beth's disappointment and Jack's frustration although by 1940 they seem to be getting along much better, despite Johnny calling Jimmy soft and yellow and Jimmy calling Johnny meat-headed and dull.  In a sense of TV tropes, John jr was the red oni to Jimmy's blue and the foolish sibling to Jimmy's responsible.  

 

After graduating high school in 1937 he gets a job at a local gym as a youth sports coach before being laid off as a result of the 1937-38 Recession.  In the autumn of 1938 hoping to see the rest of the country and live more freely he gets a job as a trucker before deciding that the job isn't for him and later starts a career as an airplane mechanic in mid-1940 in White City.  

 

After Jimmy volunteered for the Marines after Pearl Harbor, not to be outdone he joins the US Air Force and was put into the Fifth Air Force where he was placed in the 19th Operations Group.  During his time in the war he fought as a bomber in the New Guinea Campaign and was even given a special skill badge for aviation eventually being transferred into the XXI Bomber Command eventually taking part in the fire bombing of Tokyo.  

 

 

 

Sadie Philips

Born: June 7th, 1921 - Carcer City

Died: June 10th, 2015 - South Yankton

Height: 4'3" (1928) - 5'5" (1934) - 5'7" (1940-1978) - was down to 5'3" by 2015 

Weight: 63-lbs (1928) - 115lbs (1934) - 135-lbs

Nationality: American of Scottish, English and Irish descent 

Hair Color: Light Golden Brown (1928-1970) - Light Golden Brown with a few grey hairs (1978)

Eye Color: Medium Blue-Hazel

 

Always a decently behaved, spirited young-girl she always had a somewhat tomboyish personality, being one of the Marston children to enjoy hunting and shooting the most and even being a star girl scout in her childhood.  

 

 

Geri Marston

Born: June 1st, 1924

Died: April 30th, 2013

Height: 5'8"

Weight: 140-lbs

Nationality: American of Polish and Czech descent

Hair Color: Blonde

Eye Color: Medium Blue

 

Born Geraldine Eleanor Sawicki on June 1st, 1924 in Blackwater the third of four children to a second generation American Polish father Alexander Sawicki (1891-1982) and a Czech ancestry Helena Novak (1895-1988).  Her father was the fourth of seven children to a Polish immigrant Stanislaw Sawicki (1855-1931) who came to the country alone in 1872 in search for a better life, and her mother came to the country when she was just 6 years old in 1901 when her family wanted to escape from an overbearing Hungarian landlord.  She grew up in a middle class home and environment with her father being a tool salesman in the local Polish community and her mother being a stay at home mom, she grew to disdain her father as he was an alcoholic who's abuse and temper got worse during the depression and sales declined and their shop went bankrupt when he eventually left the family in 1932 for a whole year to look for work.  During her childhood years, she was an intelligent child who took a liking to reading biographical novels and painting.  As a result of her parents cold nature she became an outgoing and extroverted child she and never really grew out of that trait.  During her school years she did very well academically where she was able to skip a grade level and eventually met Jimmy Marston in the second grade in 1931, where the two became close friends who eventually started dating in his senior and her junior year of High School they continued to write each other letters and she continued to visit him when he went off to his first year of college during her senior year.  

 

After the events of Pearl Harbor, when Jimmy joined the Marines, she continued to wait and remained loyal to him writing each other letters every month.  But during the course the war she notices that the tone of his letters become darker and his attitude becomes, colder, more detached and cynical.  Becoming very concerned about the tone of his letters, she concludes that after the war hopefully he'll return into the person he was before and agrees to marry him in December, 1945.  

 

 

Dorothy Peters

Born - February 15th, 1926

Height: 3'0" (1928) - 4'8" (1934) - 5'8" (1940) - 5'9" (1948-1978) - is down to 5'5" now

Weight: 30lbs (1928) - 75lbs (1934) - 128lbs (1940) - 145lbs (1948-1978)

Nationality: American of Scottish, English and Irish descent 

Hair Color: Light Golden Brown

Eye Color: Light Hazel

 

 

Fernando Vialpando

Born: 1930

Died: 1985

Height: 5'8"

Weight: 150-lbs

Nationality: Mexican American

Hair: Black

Eyes: Brown

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