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'''Antagonists''', or simply '''enemies''', are the main villains and the opposite of the '''[[protagonist]]''' of the [[Grand Theft Auto]] games. The antagonist of a [[Grand Theft Auto]] game is usually a person that has betrayed or hurt the [[Protagonist|protagonist]] on a personal and social level, and spends the game moving against the protagonist in multiple ways. In this list the main antagonist is listed first for each game. There are currently no antagonists that have been confirmed for [[Grand Theft Auto V]]. But, Rockstar has confirmed that the three characters we'll be playing as will allow us to play as both the [[Protagonist]] and the Antagonist.
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'''Antagonists''', or simply '''enemies''', are the main villains and the opposite of the '''[[protagonist]]''' of the [[Grand Theft Auto]] games. The antagonist of a Grand Theft Auto game is usually a person that has betrayed or hurt the protagonist on a personal and social level, and spends the game moving against the protagonist in multiple ways. In this list the main antagonist is listed first for each game.
   
 
==Description of most antagonists==
 
==Description of most antagonists==
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In the GTA games, the main antagonist is sometimes introduced at the very beginning of the game (i.e. [[Frank Tenpenny]]), often as an ally or friend ([[Catalina]], [[Sonny Forelli]]). Sometimes, the antagonist is the main reason that the protagonist visits the area that the game is set in (and the reason the game takes place; a perfect example of this is [[Darko Brevic]]). In most GTA games, the antagonist usually fakes a friendship or business relationship with the protagonist then eventually reveal their true intentions for the protagonist and betrays them later on, and becomes their main enemy ([[Lance Vance]], [[Big Smoke]], [[Dimitri Rascalov]]). This often occurs when he/she abruptly opens fire on the protagonist. The main character always hunts down and eliminates the main antagonist eventually, usually in a [[Climax|major battle at the end of the game.]]
   
In the [[Grand Theft Auto|GTA]] games, the main antagonist is sometimes introduced at the very beginning of the game (i.e. [[Frank Tenpenny]]), often as an ally or friend. Sometimes, the antagonist is the main reason that the protagonist visits the area that the game is set in (and the reason the game takes place; a perfect example of this is [[Darko Brevic]]). In most GTA games, the antagonist usually fakes a friendship or business relationship with the protagonist then eventually reveal their true intentions for the protagonist and betrays them later on, and becomes their main enemy. This often occurs when he/she abruptly opens fire on the protagonist. The [[Protagonist|main character]] always hunts down and eliminates the main antagonist eventually, usually in a major battle at the end of the game.
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There are both main and secondary antagonists of the game; the main antagonist is generally the one who causes the most drama to the game's story and ultimately commits the crimes that causes the most emotional anger in the protagonist. Secondary antagonists are characters who end up playing muchly the same role, but to a lesser degree. Often, the secondary and primary antagonists have some sort of affiliation with each other (Sonny Forelli and Lance Vance, Frank Tenpenny and Big Smoke, [[Devin Weston]] and [[Steve Haines]])
 
There are both main and secondary antagonists of the game; the main antagonist is generally the one who causes the most drama to the game's story and ultimately commits the crimes that causes the most emotional anger in the protagonist. Secondary antagonists are characters who end up playing muchly the same role, but too a lesser degree. Often, the secondary and primary antagonists have some sort of affiliation with each other.
 
   
 
Antagonists usually have a [[Gangs|gang]] behind them for protection. The protagonist will battle the antagonist's group and sometimes take over their gang. In every GTA game, the main antagonist dies (in every case but [[End of The Line|one]] by the protagonist's hand) and is sometimes joined by the secondary antagonist at the end of the game in a final battle, which wraps up the main storyline.
 
Antagonists usually have a [[Gangs|gang]] behind them for protection. The protagonist will battle the antagonist's group and sometimes take over their gang. In every GTA game, the main antagonist dies (in every case but [[End of The Line|one]] by the protagonist's hand) and is sometimes joined by the secondary antagonist at the end of the game in a final battle, which wraps up the main storyline.
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=== Grand Theft Auto III ===
 
=== Grand Theft Auto III ===
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:Catalina-GTAIII.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Catalina]]'''
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:GTA_III_Catalina.jpg|100px]]'''[[Catalina]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Catalina is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto III. She is co-[[Boss|leader]] of the [[Colombian Cartel]], betrayed long time boyfriend [[Claude]] after [[Introduction (GTA III)|robbing a bank]] in [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]. She later came to a deal with rival gang leader [[Salvatore Leone]] of the [[Leone Family]] to kill Claude and later sends hit squads after him. She [[Ransom (GTA III)|kills]] [[Yakuza]] leader [[Asuka Kasen]] and her former right hand man [[Miguel]] and kidnaps [[Maria Latore]], resulting in a [[The Exchange (GTA III)|final showdown]], which ends with Claude destroying the [[Helicopter (GTA III)|helicopter]] she was in with a [[Rocket Launcher|rocket launcher]].</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Catalina is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto III. She is second-in-command of the [[Colombian Cartel]]. She betrayed long time boyfriend [[Claude]] after [[Introduction (GTA III)|robbing a bank]] in [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]], shooting him in the chest and leaving Claude for dead. She later came to a deal with rival gang leader [[Salvatore Leone]] of the [[Leone Family]] to kill Claude and later sends hit squads after him. She [[Ransom (GTA III)|kills]] [[Yakuza]] leader [[Asuka Kasen]] and her former right hand man [[Miguel]] and kidnaps [[Maria Latore]], resulting in a [[The Exchange (GTA III)|final showdown]], which ends with Claude destroying the [[Helicopter (GTA III)|helicopter]] she was in with a [[Rocket Launcher|rocket launcher]].</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Introduction (GTA III)]], [[Cutting the Grass]], [[Grand Theft Aero]], [[Kingdom Come]], [[The Exchange (GTA III)|The Exchange]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Introduction (GTA III)|Introduction]], [[Cutting the Grass]], [[Grand Theft Aero]], [[Kingdom Come]], [[Ransom (GTA III)|Ransom]], [[The Exchange (GTA III)|The Exchange]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:Miguel-GTAIII.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Miguel]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:Miguel-GTAIII.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Miguel]]'''
 
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Miguel, the right hand man of the [[Colombian Cartel]], betrayed [[Claude]] alongside [[Catalina]] during a [[Introduction (GTA III)|bank robbery]] in [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]. He continues to work alongside [[Catalina]] until he is [[Grand Theft Aero|kidnapped]] by [[Yakuza]] leader [[Asuka Kasen]] who, believing the Cartel killed her brother [[Kenji Kasen|Kenji]], begins to torture him. Miguel reveals a number of the Cartel's operations to Asuka, with Claude acting against them, until he and Asuka are [[Ransom (GTA III)|killed]] by Catalina in an attempt to stop Claude.</small>
 
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Miguel, the right hand man of the [[Colombian Cartel]], betrayed [[Claude]] alongside [[Catalina]] during a [[Introduction (GTA III)|bank robbery]] in [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]. He continues to work alongside [[Catalina]] until he is [[Grand Theft Aero|kidnapped]] by [[Yakuza]] leader [[Asuka Kasen]] who, believing the Cartel killed her brother [[Kenji Kasen|Kenji]], begins to torture him. Miguel reveals a number of the Cartel's operations to Asuka, with Claude acting against them, until he and Asuka are [[Ransom (GTA III)|killed]] by Catalina in an attempt to stop Claude.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Introduction (GTA III)|Introduction]], [[Cutting the Grass]], [[Grand Theft Aero]], [[Bait]], [[Espresso-2-Go!]], [[S.A.M.]], [[Ransom (GTA III)|Ransom]] <sub>(deceased during)</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:SalvatoreLeone-GTAIII.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Salvatore Leone]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:SalvatoreLeone-GTAIII.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Salvatore Leone]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Salvatore Leone, [[Boss|Don]] of the [[Leone Family]], meets [[Claude]] when he drives made men [[Luigi Goterelli]], [[Toni Cipriani]] and the Don's son [[Joey Leone|Joey]] to his [[Salvatore's Gentlemen's Club|home]] for a [[Salvatore's Called A Meeting|meeting]]. He begins to hire Claude, including having him [[Chaperone|chaperone]] his hated wife [[Maria Latore]]. Maria later informs Salvatore that she is in a relationship with Claude, in an attempt to anger him, resulting in Salvatore attempting to [[Last Requests|kill]] Claude with a [[Car Bomb|car bomb]] after coming to an agreement with rival gang leader [[Catalina]] of the [[Colombian Cartel]]. Maria informs Claude of the trap, who escapes to [[Staunton Island]] with Maria and [[Yakuza]] co-leader [[Asuka Kasen]], later returning to [[Portland Island]] to [[Sayonara Salvatore|kill]] Salvatore as he left [[Luigi's Sex Club 7]] to prove his loyalties to the Leone Family were over.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Salvatore Leone, [[Boss|Don]] of the [[Leone Family]], meets [[Claude]] when he drives made man [[Luigi Goterelli]], [[caporegime]] [[Toni Cipriani]] and the Don's son [[Joey Leone|Joey]] to his [[Salvatore's Gentlemen's Club|home]] for a [[Salvatore's Called A Meeting|meeting]]. He employs Claude for more jobs, including having him [[chaperone]] his trophy wife [[Maria Latore]] and [[Cutting the Grass|tail and then assassinate a traitor in his outfit]]. Maria later informs Salvatore that she is in a relationship with Claude, in an attempt to anger him, resulting in Salvatore attempting to [[Last Requests|kill]] Claude with a [[Car Bomb|car bomb]] after coming to an agreement with rival gang leader [[Catalina]] of the [[Colombian Cartel]]. Maria informs Claude of the trap, who escapes to [[Staunton Island]] with Maria and [[Yakuza]] co-leader [[Asuka Kasen]], later returning to [[Portland Island]] to [[Sayonara Salvatore|kill]] Salvatore as he left [[Luigi's Sex Club 7]] to prove his loyalties to the Leone Family were over.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Salvatore's Called A Meeting]], [[Chaperone]], [[Cutting the Grass]], [[Bomb Da Base Act I]], [[Last Requests]], [[Sayonara Salvatore]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Salvatore's Called A Meeting]], [[Chaperone]], [[Cutting the Grass]], [[Bomb Da Base Act I]], [[Last Requests]], [[Sayonara Salvatore]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:SonnyForelli-GTAVC.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Sonny Forelli]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:SonnyForelli-GTAVC.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Sonny Forelli]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Sonny Forelli is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, He is the [[Boss|Don]] of the [[Forelli Family]], first meeting [[Tommy Vercetti]] at some point before 1971 when he sent him to [[Harwood]] "to kill one man", which turned into an ambush. Tommy survived by killing eleven people but was later arrested and imprisoned, dubbed "the Harwood Butcher", and was released in [[1986]] when Forelli pulled strings for him. Forelli later sent Tommy, [[Harry]] and [[Lee]] to [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] to start the family up in the [[Drugs|drugs]] trade, although the deal is [[Introduction (GTA VC)|ambushed]]. Forelli later calls Tommy numerous times to remind him of his obligations to him and the family, before sending collectors to Tommy's [[Assets#Grand_Theft_Auto:_Vice_City|businesses]]. After Tommy [[Cap the Collector|kills them]], however, he is forced to go to meet Tommy, before revealing that he had an alliance with [[Lance Vance]], although the two are [[Keep Your Friends Close...|killed during]] a shootout in Tommy's [[Vercetti Estate|mansion]]. </small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Sonny Forelli is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. An old friend of [[Tommy Vercetti]], Sonny is the [[Boss|Don]] of the [[Forelli Family|Forelli crime family]], and presumably was friends with Tommy before 1971, when he sent him to [[Harwood]] "to kill one man", which unfortunately turned into an ambush. Tommy survived by killing eleven people but was later arrested and imprisoned, dubbed "the Harwood Butcher", and was released in [[1986]] when Sonny pulled strings for him. Sonny reached out to [[Ken Rosenberg]], a [[K. Rosenberg & Co.|bent lawyer]] in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] to help facilitate a [[Introduction (GTA VC)|drug deal]] there, and sent Tommy, [[Harry]] and [[Lee]] to [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] so that they could conduct the deal with [[Victor Vance]] and [[Lance Vance]], which would allow the [[Forelli crime family]] to establish a foothold in the [[Drugs|drugs trade]]. Unfortunately, the deal is [[Introduction (GTA VC)|ambushed]], resulting in the deaths of [[Harry]], [[Lee]] and [[Victor Vance]], and the loss of both the [[cocaine]] and the [[money]]. Sonny later calls Tommy numerous times to remind him of his obligations to him and the family, before sending collectors to Tommy's [[Assets#Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|businesses]]. After Tommy [[Cap the Collector|kills them]], however, he pays a visit to Tommy at his [[Vercetti Estate|mansion]], before revealing that he cut a deal with [[Lance Vance]], who informed him of Tommy's plan to con him with [[Print Works|counterfeit money]], although the two are [[Keep Your Friends Close...|killed during]] a shootout in Tommy's [[Vercetti Estate|mansion]]. [[Sonny Forelli|Sonny]]'s death severely weakened the [[Forelli crime family]].</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Introduction (GTA VC)|Introduction]], [[An Old Friend]], [[Keep Your Friends Close...]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Introduction (GTA VC)|Introduction]], [[An Old Friend]], [[Keep Your Friends Close...]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:FrankTenpenny-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Frank Tenpenny]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:FrankTenpenny-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Frank Tenpenny]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Frank Tenpenny, is the main antagonist of GTA San Andreas. He is the leader of the [[C.R.A.S.H.|Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums]] division of the [[Los Santos Police Department]] alongside [[Eddie Pulaski]] and [[Jimmy Hernandez]]. He believes in setting the gangs of [[Los Santos]] against each other and helps the [[Ballas]] and [[Grove Street Families]] members [[Big Smoke]] and [[Ryder]] in their attempts to [[The Introduction|kill]] [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]]. He later takes Sweet's brother [[Carl Johnson|Carl]] to [[Angel Pine]] and follows him as he moves through [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]] and interferes in his life. Carl later meets him one last time in Big Smoke's [[Big Smoke's Crack Palace|crack palace]] after [[End of the Line|killing]] Smoke, and later chases him around Los Santos, resulting in Tenpenny driving his [[Firetruck|firetruck]] off a bridge into [[Grove Street]], where he dies.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Frank Tenpenny, is the main antagonist of GTA San Andreas. He is the leader of the [[C.R.A.S.H.|Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums]] division of the [[Los Santos Police Department]] alongside [[Eddie Pulaski]] and [[Jimmy Hernandez]]. He believes in setting the gangs of [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]] against each other and helps the [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]] and [[Grove Street Families]] members [[Big Smoke]] and [[Ryder]] in their attempts to [[The Introduction|kill]] [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]]. He later takes Sweet's brother, [[Carl Johnson|Carl]] to [[Angel Pine]] and follows him as he moves through [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]] and interferes in his life in San Fierro and Las Venturas. Carl later meets him one last time in Big Smoke's [[Big Smoke's Crack Palace|crack palace]] after [[End of the Line|killing]] Smoke, and later chases him around Los Santos, resulting in Tenpenny driving his [[firetruck]] off a bridge into [[Grove Street (3D Universe)|Grove Street]], where he dies.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[In The Beginning (GTA SA)|In The Beginning]], [[Running Dog]], [[Wrong Side of the Tracks]], [[Catalyst]], [[Burning Desire]], [[Gray Imports]], [[The Green Sabre]], [[Badlands]], [[Body Harvest]], [[Snail Trail]], [[Misappropriation]], [[High Noon]], [[End of the Line]] <sub>(death)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[In The Beginning (GTA SA)|In The Beginning]], [[Running Dog]], [[Wrong Side of the Tracks]], [[Catalyst]], [[Burning Desire]], [[Gray Imports]], [[The Green Sabre]], [[Badlands]], [[Body Harvest]], [[Snail Trail]], [[Misappropriation]], [[High Noon]], [[End of the Line]] <sub>(death)</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:BigSmoke-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Big Smoke]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Melvin "Big Smoke" Harris was a high ranking member of the [[Grove Street Families]] and a friend of [[Carl Johnson]] who, after Carl's [[First Mission|return]] to [[Los Santos]], hired him in various missions to help the Grove Street Families. Carl, however, is unaware of Smoke's involvement in the [[The Introduction|death]] of his [[Beverly Johnson|mother]] (in an attempt to kill his brother [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]]), later discovering this [[The Green Sabre|with help]] from [[Varrios Los Aztecas]] leader [[Cesar Vialpando]]. Smoke later takes control of the Grove Street Families after Sweet is arrested, and later allies himself with the [[Ballas]], [[Los Santos Vagos]], the [[Russian Mafia]] and [[San Fierro Rifa]]. Carl, upon his return to [[Los Santos]], takes control of the Grove Street Families again with Sweet and later [[End of the Line|confronts]] Smoke, killing him in his [[Big Smoke's Crack Palace|crack palace]].</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Melvin "Big Smoke" Harris was a high-ranking member of the [[Grove Street Families]] and a friend of [[Carl Johnson]] who, after Carl's [[First Mission|return]] to [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]], hired him in various missions to help the Grove Street Families. Carl, however, is unaware of Smoke's involvement in the [[The Introduction|death]] of his [[Beverly Johnson|mother]] (in an attempt to kill his brother [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]]), later discovering this [[The Green Sabre|with help]] from [[Varrios Los Aztecas (3D Universe)|Varrios Los Aztecas]] leader [[Cesar Vialpando]]. Smoke later takes control of the Grove Street Families after Sweet is arrested, and later allies himself with the [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]], [[Los Santos Vagos (3D Universe)|Los Santos Vagos]], the [[Russian Mafia]] and [[San Fierro Rifa]]. Carl, upon his return to [[Los Santos]], takes control of the Grove Street Families again with Sweet and later [[End of the Line|confronts]] Smoke, killing him in his [[Big Smoke's Crack Palace|crack palace]].</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Big Smoke (mission)|Big Smoke]], [[Sweet & Kendl]], [[Tagging Up Turf]], [[Cleaning the Hood]], [[Drive-Thru]], [[Nines and AKs]], [[Drive-By]], [[OG Loc (mission)|OG Loc]], [[Running Dog]], [[Wrong Side of the Tracks]], [[Just Business]], [[Reuniting the Families]], [[The Green Sabre]], [[End of the Line]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Big Smoke (mission)|Big Smoke]], [[Sweet & Kendl]], [[Tagging Up Turf]], [[Cleaning the Hood]], [[Drive-Thru]], [[Nines and AKs]], [[Drive-By]], [[OG Loc (mission)|OG Loc]], [[Running Dog]], [[Wrong Side of the Tracks]], [[Just Business]], [[Reuniting the Families]], [[The Green Sabre]], [[End of the Line]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:EddiePulaski-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Eddie Pulaski]]'''
 
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Eddie Pulaski is a member of the [[C.R.A.S.H.|Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums]] division of the [[Los Santos Police Department]] and follows the instructions of the divisions leader [[Frank Tenpenny]]. He and Tenpenny help the [[Ballas]] and [[Grove Street Families]] members [[Big Smoke]] and [[Ryder]] in their attempt to kill leader [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]]. He, Tenpenny and [[Jimmy Hernandez]] later take Sweet's brother [[Carl Johnson|Carl]] to [[Angel Pine]] and follow him throughout [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]] and interfering in his life. Carl later meets Pulaski after [[High Noon|retrieving]] a document. Pulaski, left by Tenpenny to bury Hernandez and kill Carl, is later killed by Carl after Hernandez, who was not dead, attempted to subdue Pulaski but was killed, allowing Carl to escape being shot. Carl then chases him down, killing him.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[In The Beginning (GTA SA)|In The Beginning]], [[Running Dog]], [[Wrong Side of the Tracks]], [[Catalyst]], [[Burning Desire]], [[Gray Imports]], [[The Green Sabre]], [[Badlands]], [[Snail Trail]], [[Misappropriation]], [[High Noon]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:Ryder-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Ryder]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Lance "Ryder" Wilson was a member of the [[Grove Street Families]] and a friend of [[Carl Johnson]] who, upon Carl's [[First Mission (GTA SA)|return]] to [[Los Santos]], hired him to perform various missions to help the Grove Street Families. Carl, however, is unaware of Ryder'' '''s involvement in the [[The Introduction|death]] of his [[Beverly Johnson|mother]] (in an attempt to kill his brother [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]]), later discovering this [[The Green Sabre|with help]] from [[Varrios Los Aztecas]] leader [[Cesar Vialpando]]. Ryder later continues to work with [[Big Smoke]] and allies himself with the [[Ballas]] and the [[Loco Syndicate]], their drug suppliers. He later meets Loco Syndicate member and [[San Fierro Rifa]] leader [[T-Bone Mendez]] on [[Pier 69]], although Mendez is killed by Carl and Cesar, with Ryder being [[Pier 69 (mission)|killed]] shortly after in a boat chase. </small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Lance "Ryder" Wilson was a member of the [[Grove Street Families]] and a friend of [[Carl Johnson]] who, upon Carl's [[First Mission (GTA SA)|return]] to [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]], hired him to perform various missions to help the Grove Street Families. Carl, however, is unaware of Ryder'' '''s involvement in the [[The Introduction|death]] of his [[Beverly Johnson|mother]] (in an attempt to kill his brother [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]]), later discovering this [[The Green Sabre|with help]] from [[Varrios Los Aztecas (3D Universe)|Varrios Los Aztecas]] leader [[Cesar Vialpando]]. Ryder later continues to work with [[Big Smoke]] and allies himself with the [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]] and the [[Loco Syndicate]], their drug suppliers. He later meets Loco Syndicate member and [[San Fierro Rifa]] leader [[T-Bone Mendez]] on [[Pier 69]], although Mendez is killed by Carl and Cesar, with Ryder being [[Pier 69 (mission)|killed]] shortly after in a boat chase. </small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Sweet & Kendl]], [[Ryder (mission)|Ryder]], [[Cleaning the Hood]], [[Drive-Thru]], [[Nines and AKs]], [[Drive-By]], [[Home Invasion]], [[Catalyst]], [[Robbing Uncle Sam]], [[House Party]], [[Reuniting the Families]], [[The Green Sabre]], [[Photo Opportunity]], [[Pier 69 (mission)|Pier 69]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Sweet & Kendl]], [[Ryder (mission)|Ryder]], [[Cleaning the Hood]], [[Drive-Thru]], [[Nines and AKs]], [[Drive-By]], [[Home Invasion]], [[Catalyst]], [[Robbing Uncle Sam]], [[House Party]], [[Reuniting the Families]], [[The Green Sabre]], [[Photo Opportunity]], [[Pier 69 (mission)|Pier 69]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:EddiePulaski-GTASA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Eddie Pulaski]]'''
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Eddie Pulaski is a member of the [[C.R.A.S.H.|Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums]] division of the [[Los Santos Police Department]] and follows the instructions of the divisions leader [[Frank Tenpenny]]. He and Tenpenny help the [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]] and [[Grove Street Families]] members [[Big Smoke]] and [[Ryder]] in their attempt to kill leader [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]]. He, Tenpenny and [[Jimmy Hernandez]] later take Sweet's brother [[Carl Johnson|Carl]] to [[Angel Pine]] and follow him throughout [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]] and interfering in his life. Carl later meets Pulaski after [[High Noon|retrieving]] a document. Pulaski, left by Tenpenny to bury Hernandez and kill Carl, is later killed by Carl after Hernandez, who was not dead, attempted to subdue Pulaski but was killed, allowing Carl to escape being shot. Carl then chases him down, killing him.</small>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[In The Beginning (GTA SA)|In The Beginning]], [[Running Dog]], [[Wrong Side of the Tracks]], [[Catalyst]], [[Burning Desire]], [[Gray Imports]], [[The Green Sabre]], [[Badlands]], [[Snail Trail]], [[Misappropriation]], [[High Noon]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:Vinnie-GTAA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Vinnie]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Vinnie is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto Advance. an old friend of [[Mike]] who had hired him in their attempt to escape the criminal underworld of [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]. The two continue to work together and for the [[Mafia]] (presumably the [[Leone Family]]) until Vinnie's '[[Getaway|death]]'. Mike then begins to work for various criminals throughout the city to discover the identity of Vinnie's killer but later discovers that Vinnie had faked his own death in order to escape with all the money they had collected. Mike, angry at Vinnie's betrayal and the murders of friends [[Jonnie]] and [[Colombian Cartel]] leader [[Cisco]], [[Truth Revealed|kills him]].</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Vinnie is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto Advance. Vinnie is an old friend and the partner-in-crime of [[Mike]], acting as his mentor. Vinnie convinces Mike to pull off a few more jobs with him (primarily for the [[Mafia]], which may be the [[Leone Family]]) before they leave [[Liberty City (3D Universe)|Liberty City]] behind and retire with their ill-gotten gains. Unfortunately, their plan comes to a halt when Vinnie is killed in a '[[Getaway|mysterious explosion]]'. Mike then begins to work for various criminals throughout the city to discover the identity of Vinnie's killer but later discovers that Vinnie had faked his own death in order to escape with all the money they had collected, claiming that he was getting too old and realizing Mike's loyalty to him. Mike, angry at Vinnie's betrayal and the murders of friends [[Jonnie]] and [[Colombian Cartel]] leader [[Cisco]] at his hands, [[Truth Revealed|kills him]] (despite Vinnie's insistence that all of the city's small-time criminals will kill him for his money).</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Jump Start]], [[Dirty Laundry]], [[Hot Wheels (GTA A)|Hot Wheels]], [[Ill-Gotten]], [[Payback]], [[Fake IDs]], [[Getaway]], [[Truth Revealed]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Jump Start]], [[Dirty Laundry]], [[Hot Wheels (GTA A)|Hot Wheels]], [[Ill-Gotten]], [[Payback]], [[Fake IDs]], [[Getaway]], [[Truth Revealed]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:KingCourtney-GTAA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[King Courtney]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:KingCourtney-GTAA.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[King Courtney]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>King Courtney, the leader of the [[Uptown Yardies]] gang, first meets [[Mike]] after Mike chases him down following the murder of friend [[Jonnie]], believing Courtney to be the culprit. Courtney, however, convinces Mike that [[Cisco]], the leader of the [[Colombian Cartel]], was the man responsible and hires Mike to work against the Cartel and later to [[Fine Dining|kill]] Cisco. Mike, however, decides to work for Cisco and later confronts Courtney again, winning a shootout. Mike, however, [[Assault Joint|does not kill]] Courtney and later [[Freedom Flies|flees]] the city.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>King Courtney, the leader of the [[Uptown Yardies]] gang, first meets [[Mike]] after Mike chases him down following the murder of friend [[Jonnie]], believing Courtney to be the culprit. Courtney, however, convinces Mike that [[Cisco]], the leader of the [[Colombian Cartel]], was the man responsible and hires Mike to work against the Cartel and later to [[Fine Dining|kill]] Cisco. Mike, however, decides to work for Cisco, realising that King Courtney tricked him. After [[Vinnie]]'s death at Mike's hands, Mike confronts Courtney again at his compound, wiping out his guards and almost killing him, realising that [[King Courtney]] will attempt to kill him for [[Vinnie]]'s money. Mike, however, [[Assault Joint|does not kill]] Courtney and later [[Freedom Flies|flees]] the city.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Race to Run]], [[Latin Coffee]], [[The Big Score]], [[Fine Dining]], [[Assault Joint]](Defeated)</small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Race to Run]], [[Latin Coffee]], [[The Big Score (GTA A)|The Big Score]], [[Fine Dining]], [[Assault Joint]] <sub>(Defeated)</sub></small></center>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>This unnamed Cartel boss was [[Cisco]]'s successor and sends several [[Colombian Cartel]] hitmen to kill [[Mike]] and [[8-Ball]] at their meeting place in [[Pike Creek]], thinking that [[Mike]] [[Truth Revealed|killed]] [[Cisco]]. After surviving the [[Love of Money|attack]], Mike [[Taking Revenge|beats up]] the [[Colombian Cartel]]'s new boss in order to find out who is after him, and has the option of killing or sparing him. </small>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Love of Money]], [[Taking Revenge]] <sub> (Defeated (can be killed))</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:MassimoTorini-GTALCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Massimo Torini]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:MassimoTorini-GTALCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Massimo Torini]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Massimo Torini is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. A high ranking member of the [[Sicilian Mafia]] in the "old country" led by [[Uncle Leone]], Massimo flies to [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] to 'bring peace' between the [[Leone Family]], [[Forelli Family]] and [[Sindacco Family]]. Torini, however, is sent with secret instructions to form alliances with the [[Liberty City Triads]] and the [[Diablos]], helping them to take over territory on [[Portland Island]], in order to weaken the criminal underworld in the city before men from the "old country" arrived to take control. Whilst the Sindacco Family are pushed out completely and the Forelli Family are severely weakened, the Leone Family and [[Boss|Don]] [[Salvatore Leone]] remain through the work of [[Toni Cipriani]] and, after Salvatore's trial collapses, Torini kidnaps the city Mayor [[Miles O'Donovan]]. Salvatore and Toni chase Torini around the city in a boat and later corner him at [[Portland Rock]], killing him and rescuing O'Donovan.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Massimo Torini is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. A high-ranking member (the underboss) of the [[Sicilian Mafia]] in the "Old Country" led by [[Uncle Leone]], Massimo flies to [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] to 'bring peace' between the [[Leone Family]], [[Forelli Family]] and [[Sindacco Family]]. Torini, however, is sent with secret instructions to form alliances with the [[Liberty City Triads]] and the [[Diablos]], helping them to take over territory on [[Portland Island]], in order to weaken the criminal underworld in the city before men from the "Old Country" arrived to take control. Whilst the Sindacco Family are pushed out completely and the Forelli Family are severely weakened, the Leone Family and [[Boss|Don]] [[Salvatore Leone]] remain through the work of [[Toni Cipriani]] and, after Salvatore's trial collapses, Torini kidnaps the city Mayor [[Miles O'Donovan]], in order to coerce him into sending Salvatore Leone to jail. Salvatore and Toni chase Torini around the city in a boat and later corner him at [[Portland Rock]], killing him and rescuing O'Donovan.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Calm Before the Storm]], [[The Sicilian Gambit]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Calm Before the Storm]], [[The Sicilian Gambit]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:VincenzoCilli-GTALCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Vincenzo Cilli]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:VincenzoCilli-GTALCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Vincenzo Cilli]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Vincenzo Cilli was a high ranking member of the [[Leone Family]] and an associate of [[Toni Cipriani]] who, upon Toni's return to [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] from hiding, employs him to do initially menial tasks. Vincenzo, however, later has Toni drive a [[Banshee]] full of drugs [[Hot Wheels (GTA LCS)|away]] from a [[LCPD in GTA III Era|police]] ambush, although Toni later destroys the car and ends his association with Vincenzo. Vincenzo, however, later calls Toni and convinces him to meet him in the hull of a freighter docked in [[Atlantic Quays]], stating that Salvatore wants them to both "grow up". Toni, however, walks into an ambush but manages to [[The Portland Chainsaw Masquerade|kill Cilli's followers and Cilli]].</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Vincenzo Cilli was a high-ranking member of the [[Leone Family]] and an associate of [[Toni Cipriani]] who, upon Toni's return to [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]] from hiding, has been promoted to the rank of [[caporegime]]. Salvatore assigns [[Toni Cipriani|Toni]] to [[Vincenzo Cilli|Vincenzo]]'s crew, who employs him to do initially menial tasks. Vincenzo, however, later has Toni drive a [[Banshee]] full of drugs [[Hot Wheels (GTA LCS)|away]] from an [[LCPD in GTA III Era|police]] ambush, although Toni destroys the car in retaliation and ends his association with Vincenzo. After Toni has gained considerable favour with Salvatore, however, Vincenzo later calls Toni and convinces him to meet him in the hull of a freighter docked in [[Atlantic Quays]], stating that Salvatore wants them to both "grow up". Toni, however, walks into an ambush but manages to [[The Portland Chainsaw Masquerade|kill Cilli's followers and Cilli]], who felt as though [[Toni Cipriani|Toni]], a rising star in the family, was upstaging him.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Home Sweet Home]], [[Slacker]], [[Dealing Revenge]], [[Snuff]], [[Smash and Grab]], [[Hot Wheels (GTA LCS)|Hot Wheels]], and [[The Portland Chainsaw Masquerade]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Home Sweet Home]], [[Slacker]], [[Dealing Revenge]], [[Snuff]], [[Smash and Grab]], [[Hot Wheels (GTA LCS)|Hot Wheels]], and [[The Portland Chainsaw Masquerade]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:JerryMartinez-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Jerry Martinez]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:JerryMartinez-GTAVCS.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Jerry Martinez]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Jerry Martinez is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. He was an army sergeant, who [[Soldier|met]] [[Victor Vance]] in his office upon his arrival to Vice City, and persuaded him to become involved in the criminal underworld to earn more money to fund the asthma medication for his brother [[Pete Vance|Pete]]. Martinez, however, quickly double crosses Victor and draws attention to drugs (which Vic was keeping on Martinez's orders) in Vic's possessions, also asking him to pick up a prostitute, resulting in him being discharged from the army by [[Sergeant Peppah]]. Martinez continues to taunt Victor and even attempts to have him [[Marked Men|killed]]. Victor conspires with his other brother [[Lance Vance|Lance]] to steal Martinez' drug shipment, which later turns out to belong to [[Armando Mendez|Armando]] and [[Diego Mendez]], resulting in Martinez entering [[Vice City Police Department|police protection]]. He later decide to strike back and [[Where it Hurts Most|kidnaps ]][[Louise Cassidy-Williams]], Victor's love interest, and savagely beats her. He later meets Victor once more at the top of the [[Mendez Compound]] in [[Downtown Vice City|Downtown]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]. Martinez and Diego Mendez, however, are [[Last Stand|killed]] by Victor.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Jerry Martinez is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. He was an army sergeant, who [[Soldier|met]] [[Victor Vance]] in his office upon his arrival to Vice City, and persuaded him to become involved in the criminal underworld to earn more money to fund the asthma medication for his brother [[Pete Vance|Pete]]. Martinez, however, quickly double crosses Victor and draws attention to drugs (which Vic was keeping on Martinez's orders) in Vic's possessions, also asking him to pick up a prostitute, resulting in him being discharged from the army by [[Sergeant Peppah]]. Martinez continues to taunt Victor and even attempts to have him [[Marked Men|killed]]. Victor conspires with his other brother [[Lance Vance|Lance]] to steal Martinez' drug shipment, which later turns out to belong to [[Armando Mendez|Armando]] and [[Diego Mendez]], resulting in Martinez entering [[Vice City Police Department|police protection]]. He later decide to strike back and [[Where it Hurts Most|kidnaps]][[Louise Cassidy-Williams]], Victor's love interest, and savagely beats her. He later meets Victor once more at the top of the [[Mendez Compound]] in [[Downtown Vice City|Downtown]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]. Martinez and Diego Mendez, however, are [[Last Stand|killed]] by Victor.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Soldier]], [[Cleaning House]], [[Conduct Unbecoming]], [[Truck Stop]], [[Marked Men]], [[From Zero to Hero]], [[The Mugshot Longshot]], [[Where it Hurts Most]], [[Last Stand]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Soldier]], [[Cleaning House]], [[Conduct Unbecoming]], [[Truck Stop]], [[Marked Men]], [[From Zero to Hero]], [[The Mugshot Longshot]], [[Where it Hurts Most]], [[Last Stand]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:DimitriRascalov-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Dimitri Rascalov]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:DimitriRascalov-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Dimitri Rascalov]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Dimitri Rascalov is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV. Dimitri was a high ranking member of the [[Russian Mafia]] and the right hand of man of one of its leaders, [[Mikhail Faustin]]. He meets [[Niko Bellic|Niko]] and [[Roman Bellic]] after they are kidnapped by [[Andrei]] on orders from Faustin after Niko [[Uncle Vlad|killed]] [[Vladimir Glebov]]. Rascalov reluctantly watches as Niko works for Faustin, including [[Final Destination|killing]] [[Lenny Petrovic]], son of other Russian Mob [[Boss|leader]] [[Kenny Petrovic]]. Rascalov makes a deal with Kenny and has Niko [[The Master and the Molotov|kill]] Faustin at his [[Perestroika|club]] before [[Russian Revolution|betraying]] Niko and siding with [[Ray Bulgarin]], an old associate of Niko, who claimed that Niko betrayed him. Dimitri then had Roman's apartment and business burned down, and later had Roman [[Roman's Holiday|kidnapped]], although Niko [[Hostile Negotiation|rescued]] him. In the Deal storyline, Niko kills Dimitri on Happiness Island to avenge the death of his cousin Roman. In the Revenge storyline, Niko kills Dimitri on the Platypus for his betrayal.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Dimitri Rascalov is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV. Dimitri was the right-hand man of [[Mikhail Faustin]], the head of the [[Faustin Mafiya]], with whom he had previously served in the Russian military. Dimitri and Mikhail travelled to Liberty City together and set up shop there. Dimitri meets [[Niko Bellic|Niko]] and [[Roman Bellic]] after they are kidnapped by [[Andrei]] on Faustin's orders, once they realise that Niko [[Uncle Vlad|killed]] [[Vladimir Glebov]]. Rascalov reluctantly watches as Niko works for Faustin, including [[Final Destination|killing]] [[Lenny Petrovic]], son of fellow Russian [[Boss|mob boss]] [[Kenny Petrovic]], fearing for the future of their organization under [[Mikhail Faustin|Faustin]]'s leadership. </small><small>Rascalov makes a deal with Kenny and has Niko [[The Master and the Molotov|kill]] Faustin at his [[Perestroika|club]] before [[Russian Revolution|betraying]] Niko and siding with [[Ray Bulgarin]], an old associate of Niko, who claimed that Niko ripped him off. Dimitri then had Roman's apartment and business burned down, and later had Roman [[Roman's Holiday|kidnapped]], although Niko [[Hostile Negotiation|rescued]] him. Dimitri later makes a threatening phone call to Niko, after discovering that he attempted to [[Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend|exchange Gracie Ancelotti for Bulgarin's diamonds]]. </small>
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<small>Not too long after that, Dimitri attempts to blackmail [[Bryce Dawkins]], the deputy mayor of Liberty City, by exposing his relationship with [[Bernie Crane]], however Niko [[Union Drive|chases after and kills two of Dimitri's men to send a message to him]], and later [[Buoys Ahoy|protects Bernie from several of Dimitri's men and kills them all]]. Dimitri attempts to blackmail [[Bryce Dawkins]] into putting up [[Gambetti crime family|Gambetti]]-owned city contracts for tender, and later orchestrates an attack on [[Bobby Jefferson]]'s security escort, after discovering that [[Bobby Jefferson|Jefferson]] is heading to [[Civic Citadel|city hall]] to deliver a speech on Russian organized crime in Liberty City, so that attention won't be drawn to his operation. However, his attempt to have Bobby Jefferson killed fails after [[Entourage|Niko protects Bobby Jefferson from Dimitri's hitmen and takes him to city hall to deliver his speech]]. </small>
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<small>Dimitri also establishes a cocaine distribution ring with the [[Ancelotti crime family]] which smuggles cocaine across the country, and so Niko, acting under orders from his [[United Liberty Paper contact|IAA handler]] and [[Jon Gravelli]], [[Liquidize the Assets|destroys a fleet of vans at their main warehouse]]. Niko later [[Catch the Wave|ambushes Dimitri's men at the docks with Phil and steals a large shipment of cocaine meant for the Ancelotti's]], and shortly after, [[Trespass|takes out all of Dimitri's men standing guard at the abandoned Sprunk factory in Tudor so that he can eliminate Charles Matteo, the underboss of the Ancelotti family, before he informs the Commission that the Pegorino's stole their cocaine from the Russians]]. </small>
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<small>[[Jimmy Pegorino]], the boss of the [[Pegorino crime family|Pegorino family]], ultimately informs Niko that [[One Last Thing|he needs to sell a large supply of heroin in order to get back on his feet, and he intends to use Dimitri Rascalov to broker the sale]]. Depending on which ending is chosen, Niko either [[If the Price is Right|participates in the deal, only to be betrayed by Dimitri yet again, who has killed the buyers and kept the heroin for himself, leaving Niko and Phil to attack the buyers and steal their money]], or [[A Dish Served Cold|infiltrates the Platypus, where Dimitri is holed up, taking out all his men there before killing Dimitri]]. </small>
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<small>If the former ending ([[Endings in GTA IV|Deal]]) is chosen, then [[Mr and Mrs Bellic|Dimitri sends a hitman to kill Niko at Roman's wedding, resulting in Roman's accidental death after Niko briefly struggles with his attacker]], and [[A Revenger's Tragedy|tails Pegorino's men to an abandoned casino in Alderney, where Dimitri kills Jimmy Pegorino before escaping, forcing Niko to chase after him all the way to Happiness Island, where he takes out the rest of his men there before confronting Dimitri and leaving him to succumb from his gunshot wounds, avenging his cousin's death]].</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Crime and Punishment]], [[Do You Have Protection?]], [[Final Destination]], [[Rigged to Blow (GTA IV)|Rigged to Blow]], [[The Master and the Molotov]], [[Russian Revolution]], [[A Revenger's Tragedy]] <sub>(killed, [[GTA IV Endings#Deal|Deal]]), </sub>[[A Dish Served Cold]] <sub>(killed, [[GTA IV Endings#Revenge|Revenge]])</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Crime and Punishment]], [[Do You Have Protection?]], [[Final Destination]], [[Rigged to Blow (GTA IV)|Rigged to Blow]], [[The Master and the Molotov]], [[Russian Revolution]], [[A Revenger's Tragedy]] <sub>(killed, [[GTA IV Endings#Deal|Deal]]), </sub>[[A Dish Served Cold]] <sub>(killed, [[GTA IV Endings#Revenge|Revenge]])</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:JimmyPegorino-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[James Pegorino|Jimmy Pegorino]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:JimmyPegorino-GTAIV.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[James Pegorino|Jimmy Pegorino]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Jimmy Pegorino, the [[Boss|Don]] of the [[Pegorino Family]], first meets [[Niko Bellic]] after he was recommended by [[Phil Bell]], an associate of Pegorino's. He initially hires Niko to [[Pegorino's Pride|attend and watch over a meet]] with the [[Pavano Family]], which turns out to be a Pavano ambush. Pegorino then sends Niko to [[Payback (GTA IV)|kill a]] group of Pavanos after a car chase. Pegorino initially believes that Niko is an informant (even holding him at gunpoint) and has him [[Flatline|kill]] both [[Anthony Corrado|Anthony Corrado ]](an mole for the FIB), and [[Pest Control|later ]][[Ray Boccino]] (as a rat). Pegorino but later asks him to take part in a drug deal with Niko's arch enemy, [[Dimitri Rascalov]]. If Niko [[GTA IV Endings#Deal|decides]] to [[A Revenger's Tragedy|go along with the deal]], he witnesses Rascalov executing Pegorino, after a hitman sent by Rascalov to kill Niko accidentally killed Roman at his wedding. If Niko [[GTA IV Endings#Revenge|decides not]] to take part, Niko [[A Dish Served Cold|murders Rascalov]] and [[Out of Commission|then Pegorino]], after Pegorino killed Niko's love interest [[Kate McReary|Kate McReary at]] Roman's wedding while attempting to kill Niko.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Jimmy Pegorino, the [[Boss|Don]] of the [[Pegorino Family]], first meets [[Niko Bellic]] after he was recommended by [[Phil Bell]], an associate in his organization and trusted confidant. He initially hires Niko to [[Pegorino's Pride|attend and watch over a meet]] with the [[Pavano Family]], which turns out to be a Pavano ambush. Pegorino attempted to give them an offering in the hope of getting onto [[The Commission]], which is stolen from him and then retrieved by Niko. Deciding to go to [[Pegorino-Pavano War|war]] with the [[Pavano crime family|Pavano]]'s, who he lets operate in [[State of Alderney|Alderney]], Pegorino sends Niko to [[Payback (GTA IV)|assassinate one of their crews during a meeting]]. Pegorino initially believes that Niko is an informant (even holding him at gunpoint) and has him [[Flatline|kill]] both [[Anthony Corrado]] (a mole for the FIB), and [[Pest Control|later]] [[Ray Boccino]] (as a rat). Pegorino later [[One Last Thing|asks him to take part in a drug deal]] with Niko's arch enemy, [[Dimitri Rascalov]]. If Niko [[GTA IV Endings#Deal|decides]] to [[A Revenger's Tragedy|go along with the deal]], Rascalov kills the buyers and leaves Phil and Niko to retrieve the money themselves. Niko tails some of Pegorino's men to an [[Alderney Casino|abandoned casino]], where he witnesses Rascalov executing Pegorino, after a hitman sent by Rascalov to kill Niko accidentally killed Roman at his wedding. If Niko [[GTA IV Endings#Revenge|decides not]] to take part, Niko [[A Dish Served Cold|murders Rascalov]] and [[Out of Commission|then Pegorino]], after Pegorino killed Niko's love interest [[Kate McReary|Kate McReary at]] Roman's wedding while attempting to kill Niko. Pegorino was regarded by the [[The Commission|Commission]], in Niko's words, as a ''fat fucking joke''. At some point prior to [[Pest Control|Ray Boccino's death]], the [[Pegorino crime family]] was heavily under police surveillance, and half of [[Jimmy Pegorino|Pegorino]]'s men were [[Busted|locked up]]. </small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Pegorino's Pride]], [[Payback (GTA IV)|Payback]], [[Flatline]], [[Pest Control]], [[One Last Thing]], [[Mr. and Mrs. Bellic]] (Revenge), [[A Revenger's Tragedy]] <sub>(killed, [[GTA IV Endings#Deal|Deal]])</sub>, [[Out of Commission]] <sub>(killed, [[GTA IV Endings#Revenge|Revenge]])</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Pegorino's Pride]], [[Payback (GTA IV)|Payback]], [[Flatline]], [[Pest Control]], [[One Last Thing]], [[Mr. and Mrs. Bellic]] (Revenge), [[A Revenger's Tragedy]] <sub>(killed, [[GTA IV Endings#Deal|Deal]])</sub>, [[Out of Commission]] <sub>(killed, [[GTA IV Endings#Revenge|Revenge]])</sub></small></center>
 
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Darko Brevic, originally from [[:wp:Yugoslavia|Yugoslavia]], was an old friend and [[Fifteen Man Squad|comrade]] of [[Niko Bellic]] during the Yugoslav Wars. During the war, however, he sold out the unit (including Niko, [[Bernie Crane|Florian Cravic]], [[Goran]], [[Dragan]], [[Mijo]] and [[Dmitar]]) to their enemies for [[Money|$]]1,000 to help feed his heroin addiction. He later fled to Bucharest, Romania. Niko Bellic, after moving to the city to find Florian Cravic, who he initially believed to be the traitor, although upon [[Weekend at Florian's|meeting him]], they both realize that Darko was to blame. Niko soon receives help from his contact at [[United Liberty Paper]] and [[Gambetti Family]] [[Boss|Don]] [[Jon Gravelli]] in tracking down Brevic, who kidnap him and bring him to Liberty City, leaving him at [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|Francis International Airport]]. After confronting Brevic, Niko has the option of killing him, with Niko realizing that he feels better for letting him live and suffer, or feeling 'empty' after killing a thankful Darko.</small>
 
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Darko Brevic, originally from [[:wp:Yugoslavia|Yugoslavia]], was an old friend and [[Fifteen Man Squad|comrade]] of [[Niko Bellic]] during the Yugoslav Wars. During the war, however, he sold out the unit (including Niko, [[Bernie Crane|Florian Cravic]], [[Goran]], [[Dragan]], [[Mijo]] and [[Dmitar]]) to their enemies for [[Money|$]]1,000 to help feed his heroin addiction. He later fled to Bucharest, Romania. Niko Bellic, after moving to the city to find Florian Cravic, who he initially believed to be the traitor, although upon [[Weekend at Florian's|meeting him]], they both realize that Darko was to blame. Niko soon receives help from his contact at [[United Liberty Paper]] and [[Gambetti Family]] [[Boss|Don]] [[Jon Gravelli]] in tracking down Brevic, who kidnap him and bring him to Liberty City, leaving him at [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|Francis International Airport]]. After confronting Brevic, Niko has the option of killing him, with Niko realizing that he feels better for letting him live and suffer, or feeling 'empty' after killing a thankful Darko.</small>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:BillyGrey-TLAD.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Billy Grey]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:BillyGrey-TLAD.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Billy Grey]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>William "Billy" Grey is the main antagonist of The Lost and Damned. Grey was the President of [[The Lost Brotherhood]] who met [[Johnny Klebitz]] at some point before his incarceration on a drug related felony, which allowed Johnny to become the gangs acting leader. He is released from a rehabilitation center and take control of the gang once more, escalating the violence between The Lost Brotherhood and the arch rivals the [[Angels of Death]] once again. Johnny and [[Jim Fitzgerald]], however, begin to disagree with the way Billy runs the gang, which results in a deal being made between Billy and the [[Algonquin Triads|Triads]] to return the heroin they stole from the Angels of Death to the Triads. The deal was designed to kill Johnny and Jimmy, who survived [[This Shit's Cursed|after the Triads turned against Grey]] and his friend [[Brian Jeremy]]. Billy is arrested again but agrees to turn states evidence against The Lost Brotherhood, resulting in Johnny and his remaining gang members breaking into the [[Alderney State Correctional Facility]] and [[Get Lost|kill]] Billy before he can enter the witness protection program.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>William "Billy" Grey is the main antagonist of The Lost and Damned. Grey was the president of the Alderney chapter of [[The Lost Brotherhood]] and an old friend of [[Johnny Klebitz]], who he had met at some point before his incarceration on a drug-related felony, resulting in Johnny being named as the acting president of their Alderney chapter. He is released from a rehabilitation center and take control of the gang once more, escalating the violence between The Lost Brotherhood and their long-time rivals, the [[Angels of Death]], once again, thus violating a truce recently established between the two gangs. Johnny and [[Jim Fitzgerald]], however, begin to disagree with the way Billy runs the gang, which results in a deal being made between Billy and the [[Algonquin Triads|Triads]] to return the heroin they stole from the Angels of Death to the Triads. The deal was engineered to kill Johnny and Jimmy, who survived [[This Shit's Cursed|after the Triads turned against Grey]] and his friend [[Brian Jeremy]]. Billy is arrested again but agrees to turn state's evidence against The Lost Brotherhood, resulting in Johnny and the remaining members of their gang breaking into the [[Alderney State Correctional Facility]] and [[Get Lost|Johnny killing Billy]] before he can enter the witness protection program.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Clean and Serene]], [[Angels in America]], [[It's War]], [[Action/Reaction]], [[This Shit's Cursed]], [[Get Lost]] <sub>(Killed)</sub></small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Clean and Serene]], [[Angels in America]], [[It's War]], [[Action/Reaction]], [[This Shit's Cursed]] <sub>(Arrested)</sub>, [[Get Lost]] <sub>(Killed)</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:RayBoccino-TLAD.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Ray Boccino]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Ray Boccino, a [[Caporegime|capo]] of the [[Pegorino Family]], meets Johnny at the recommendation of [[The Lost Brotherhood]] President [[Billy Grey]]. He asks Johnny and [[Niko Bellic]] to participate in a [[Diamonds|diamond]] deal with [[Isaac Roth]] and [[Mori Green]] of the [[Jewish Mob]], although the deal is [[Not So Fast|ambushed]] by [[Luis Fernando Lopez]], allowing Johnny to steal the money. Boccino has [[Jim Fitzgerald]] [[Was It Worth It?|kidnapped]], although Johnny later rescues him, before he has Jim [[No Way on the Subway|killed by Niko Bellic]]. Johnny planned on killing Boccino but was advised not to by congressman [[Thomas Stubbs|Thomas Stubbs III]] as he and the Pegorino Family are under surveillance. Boccino was later [[Pest Control|killed]] by Niko Bellic.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Ray Boccino, a [[caporegime]] in the [[Pegorino Family]], is first seen [[Action/Reaction|selling grenade launchers to Billy at the clubhouse]], where he meets Johnny. Ray, needing to use the [[The Lost MC|Lost MC]] to sell illegal goods to, [[Bad Standing|informs Jim Fitzgerald that Brian Jeremy phoned him and reveals his location to Johnny]], hoping to do business with them after the civil war comes to a close. He enlists the Lost MC's help in [[Diamonds in the Rough|ambushing a diamond deal at the shipping yard and stealing the diamonds]]. He then asks Johnny and [[Niko Bellic]] to participate in a [[Diamonds|diamond]] deal at [[The Libertonian]] with [[Isaac Roth]] and [[Mori Green]], both of whom are representing the [[Jewish Mob]], although the deal is [[Not So Fast|ambushed]] by [[Luis Fernando Lopez]], allowing Johnny to steal the money. Boccino has [[Jim Fitzgerald]] [[Was It Worth It?|kidnapped]], although Johnny later rescues him, before Jim is [[No Way on the Subway|killed by Niko Bellic]] on [[Ray Boccino]]'s orders. Johnny planned on killing Boccino but was advised not to by congressman [[Thomas Stubbs|Thomas Stubbs III]] as he and the Pegorino Family are under surveillance. Boccino was later [[Pest Control|killed]] by Niko Bellic.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Action/Reaction]], [[Bad Standing]], [[Diamonds in the Rough]], [[Collector's Item]], [[Was It Worth It?]] (Killed by [[Niko Bellic]] some time after)</small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Action/Reaction]], [[Bad Standing]], [[Diamonds in the Rough]], [[Collector's Item]], [[Was It Worth It?]]</small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:BrianJeremy-TLAD.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Brian Jeremy]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:BrianJeremy-TLAD.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Brian Jeremy]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Brian Jeremy, a high ranking member of [[The Lost Brotherhood]], met [[Johnny Klebitz]] at some point before [[2008]]. Jeremy is a supporter of the gangs incarcerated President [[Billy Grey]] and, upon Grey's release from a rehabilitation center, he works with Billy in escalating violence against rival gang the [[Angels of Death]]. Jeremy and Grey later make a deal with the [[Algonquin Triads|Triads]] to kill Johnny and [[Jim Fitzgerald]], although the Triads betray Billy and Brian. He later argues with Johnny and forms his own sub-sect within the gang and later informs [[Ray Boccino]] of his location, believing Boccino to be on his side. Boccino, however, informs Johnny of his location and Johnny [[Bad Standing|has the opportunity to kill him]] after attacking Jeremy's home. If Johnny spares Jeremy, he later meets him again on the streets of [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]], where he kills him, after Jeremy lead him into an ambush.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Brian Jeremy, a high-ranking member of [[The Lost Brotherhood]], met [[Johnny Klebitz]] at some point before [[2008]]. Jeremy is the club secretary and a staunch loyalist of [[Billy Grey]], the incarcerated president of the club's Alderney chapter and, upon Grey's release from a rehabilitation center, works with Billy in escalating violence against rival gang the [[Angels of Death]]. Jeremy and Grey later make a deal with the [[Algonquin Triads|Triads]] to kill Johnny and [[Jim Fitzgerald]], although the Triads betray Billy and Brian. He later argues with Johnny and forms his own sub-sect within the gang and later informs [[Ray Boccino]] of his location, believing Boccino to be on his side. Boccino, however, informs Johnny of his location and Johnny [[Bad Standing|has the opportunity to kill him]] after attacking Jeremy's home. If Johnny spares Jeremy, he later meets him again on the streets of [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]], where he kills him, after Jeremy lead him into an ambush.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Clean and Serene]], [[Angels in America]], [[It's War]], [[Action/Reaction]], [[Buyer's Market]], [[This Shit's Cursed]], [[End of Chapter]], [[Bad Standing]] <sub>(Can be killed), [[Random Encounter]] (Killed, if spared in Bad Standing) </sub></small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Clean and Serene]], [[Angels in America]], [[It's War]], [[Action/Reaction]], [[Buyer's Market]], [[This Shit's Cursed]], [[End of Chapter]], [[Bad Standing]] <sub>(Can be killed), [[Random Encounter]] (Killed, if spared) </sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:WuLee-GTACW.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Wu Lee|Kenny Lee]]'''
 
| rowspan="2"| [[File:WuLee-GTACW.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Wu Lee|Kenny Lee]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Wu "Kenny" Lee is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. The leader of the [[Lee Family]] (a sub-sect of the [[Algonquin Triads|Triads]]) and the owner of the [[Sum Yung Gai]] restaurant, Wu Lee is also the uncle of [[Huang Lee]]. Wu Lee hires his nephew in his attempts to impress Triad [[Boss|leader]] [[Hsin Jaoming]] in an attempt to be named his successor. Wu later obtains 'evidence' that rivals [[Zhou Ming]] and [[Chan Jaoming]], Hsin's son, are the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation#Grand Theft Auto IV|FIB]] informants that Hsin is looking for. Wu later kills the two but is discovered to be the FIB informant and Wonsu leader, but more importantly for Huang, the man who killed his [[Mr. Lee|father]] to obtain the [[Yu Jian Sword]], which he planned to give to Hsin. Huang and [[Wade Heston]], a corrupt [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|police officer]], [[Salt in the Wound|chase down and kill]] him in Hsin's penthouse, discovering an injured Hsin in the process.</small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Wu "Kenny" Lee is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. The leader of the [[Lee Family]] (a sub-sect of the [[Algonquin Triads|Triads]]) and the owner of the [[Sum Yung Gai]] restaurant, Wu Lee is also the uncle of [[Huang Lee]]. After losing face with Triad [[Boss|leader]] [[Hsin Jaoming]] when his nephew, [[Huang Lee]], is [[Yu Jian|ambushed and left for dead upon arriving to Liberty City]] - as [[Huang Lee|Huang]]'s [[Wonsu Nodong|attackers]] stole [[Yu Jian Sword|Yu Jian]], a family heirloom Wu was supposed to hand over to [[Hsin Jaoming|Hsin]] in order to cement his position as his successor - Wu hires his nephew to carry out several jobs for him in order to maintain his power and impress [[Hsin Jaoming|Hsin]]. Wu later obtains 'evidence' that rival [[Triad]] lieutenants [[Zhou Ming]] and [[Chan Jaoming]], Hsin's son, are the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation#Grand Theft Auto IV|FIB]] informants that Hsin is looking for. Hsin, disgraced that his own son is supposedly an informant, steps down as boss of the [[Liberty City Triads (HD Universe)|Algonquin Triads]] and names Wu Lee as his successor. Huang later kills the two, acting under orders from his uncle, but following a tipoff from [[Wade Heston]], discovers his own uncle to be the FIB informant and secret leader of the [[Wonsu Nodong]], but more importantly for Huang, the man who killed his [[Mr. Lee|father]] to obtain the [[Yu Jian Sword]], which he planned to give to Hsin. Huang and [[Wade Heston]], a corrupt [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|undercover police detective]], [[Salt in the Wound|chase down and kill]] him in Hsin's penthouse, discovering an injured Hsin in the process.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Yu Jian]], [[Pursuit Farce]], [[Under the Gun]], [[Payback]], [[The Wheelman]], [[Tricks of the Triad]], [[Natural Burn Killer]], [[Recruitment Drive (GTA CW)|Recruitment Drive]], [[Carpe Dime]], [[Store Wars]], [[Copter Carnage]], [[Kenny Strikes Back]], [[Missed the Boat?]], [[By Myriads of Swords]], [[Rat Race]], [[Salt in the Wound]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Yu Jian]], [[Pursuit Farce]], [[Under the Gun]], [[Payback]], [[The Wheelman]], [[Tricks of the Triad]], [[Natural Burn Killer]], [[Recruitment Drive (GTA CW)|Recruitment Drive]], [[Carpe Dime]], [[Store Wars]], [[Copter Carnage]], [[Kenny Strikes Back]], [[Missed the Boat?]], [[By Myriads of Swords]], [[Rat Race]], [[Salt in the Wound]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Stealing the Show]], [[Flatliner]], [[Bomb Disposal]], [[Driven to Destruction]], [[Cash and Burn]], [[Dragon Haul Z]], [[The Fandom Menace]], [[So Near, Yet Sonar]], [[Hit from the Tong]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Stealing the Show]], [[Flatliner]], [[Bomb Disposal]], [[Driven to Destruction]], [[Cash and Burn]], [[Dragon Haul Z]], [[The Fandom Menace]], [[So Near, Yet Sonar]], [[Hit from the Tong]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:RudyD'Avanzo-GTACW.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Rudy D'Avanzo]]'''
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:ChanJaoming-Artwork.jpg|100px]]<br />'''[[Chan Jaoming]]'''
| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Rudy D'Avanzo, a member of an unknown [[Mafia]] family, first meets [[Huang Lee]] when he offers him work and help in finding the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation#Grand Theft Auto IV|FIB]] informant ratting out the [[Algonquin Triads|Triads]]. He uses Huang to deal with [[Jimmy Capra]] but has no loyalty to Huang, a Triad, after his father was killed, which was believed to be at the hands of the Triads. D'Avanzo is also a cross dresser and, when Huang couldn't stop looking at him whilst dressed in women clothes he flees the building he is in but is [[A Rude Awakening|chased and killed]] by Huang in an attempt to appease [[Hsin Jaoming]], who was angry at Huang for working against Capra, a member of the [[Messina Family]], allies of the Triads.</small>
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<span style="font-size:11px;text-align:start;">Chan Jaoming is the forty-one year old son of [[Hsin Jaoming]]. He is a member of his father's set of the [[Algonquin Triads]], the [[Jaoming Family]]. Chan is one of three possible contenders (the other two being [[Wu Lee]] and [[Zhou Ming]]) to inherit his father's position. He is believed to be the underboss of the Jaoming Family and has a group of loyal supporters. Both him and Zhou were falsely accused of being the FBI informant who was ratting out the Triads (only to be revealed to be Kenny) and they were both killed by Huang on Hsin's orders.</span>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Grave Situation]], [[Steal the Wheels]], [[The World's A Stooge]], [[Oversights]], [[A Rude Awakening]] <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Pimp His Ride]], [[Whack the Racers]], [[Jackin' Chan]], [[Raw Deal]], [[Sa-boat-age]], [[Counterfeit Gangster]], [[Slaying With Fire]], [[Clear the Pier]]  <sub>(killed)</sub></small></center>
 
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===Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony===
 
===Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony===
 
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:RayBulgarin-TBOGT.png|114px]]<br />'''[[Ray Bulgarin]]'''
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Ray Bulgarin is the main antagonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony. Bulgarin was a mobster who immigrated to [[Liberty City]] and ran a smuggling operation in the country. He employed [[Niko Bellic]], who smuggled people in Eastern Europe to Italy until one run in which the ship sank and Niko was forced to abandon ship. He blames Niko for the loss and sought to hunt him down. He came back to Liberty City and met up with his old friend [[Dimitri Rascalov|Dimitri Rascalov,]] who coincidentally was working with Niko. Dimitri offered Niko to him but Niko fought off Dimitri's ambush with the help of Little Jacob, and Bulgarin escaped. At [[Boulevard Baby|one point]], he crossed paths with [[Luis Fernando Lopez|Luis Lopez]] and [[Gay Tony]], and hired Luis to assist him in his missions, like acquiring a hockey team and infiltrating a police station. Discovering that [[The Cook]], [[Luis Fernando Lopez|Luis]] and [[Gay Tony]] were part of the diamond deal, he beheaded the Cook and left Luis to find his head, before sending a team of assassins after him, though Luis [[In the Crosshairs|killed them and escaped]]. He [[Ladies Half Price|encountered]] Niko and Luis one last time and orders his men to attack them and leaves. Ray later had a sit down with [[Giovanni Ancelotti]] discussing about the diamond deal and wanted to flee the city. However, he was caught by Luis and was killed. </small>
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| colspan="2" align="center"| <small>Ray Bulgarin is the main antagonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony. Bulgarin was a Russian crime lord who immigrated to [[Liberty City]] and ran a human trafficking operation across the Adriatic sea, and also lived on a mansion on the waterfront. He employed [[Niko Bellic]], who smuggled people in Eastern Europe to Italy until one run in which the ship sank and Niko was forced to abandon ship. He blames Niko for the loss and sought to hunt him down. He came back to Liberty City and met up with his old friend [[Dimitri Rascalov]], who coincidentally was working with Niko. Dimitri offered Niko to him, yet the latter person fought off Dimitri's ambush with the help of Little Jacob, and Bulgarin escaped. At [[Boulevard Baby|one point]], he crossed paths with [[Luis Fernando Lopez|Luis Lopez]] and [[Gay Tony]] when he visited [[Maisonette 9]] with [[Timur]], and hired Luis to assist him in his missions, which included [[Going Deep|killing corrupt NOOSE officers who were attempting to frame Bulgarin]] and [[Dropping In|murdering the owner of a hockey team for refusing to sell]]. Discovering that [[The Cook]], [[Luis Fernando Lopez|Luis]] and [[Gay Tony]] were part of the diamond deal, he beheaded the Cook and left Luis to find his head, before sending a team of assassins after him, though Luis [[In the Crosshairs|killed them and escaped]]. He [[Ladies Half Price|encountered]] Niko and Luis one last time and orders his men to attack them and leaves. Ray later had a sit-down with [[Giovanni Ancelotti]] to discuss [[I'll Take Her|Gracie Ancelotti's kidnapping]] and the theft of the [[diamonds]], and both agree that [[Gay Tony|Tony]] has to die. After Luis [[Party's Over|takes out the hordes of assassins sent to kill Tony and Luis at Maisonette 9 on Bulgarin's orders]], Bulgarin attempts to flee the city, however Luis [[Departure Time|destroys his heroin and then infiltrates his private jet, gunning down Bulgarin and escaping as a grenade destroys the aircraft]].</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Boulevard Baby]], [[Going Deep]], [[Dropping In...]], [[In the Crosshairs]], [[Ladies Half Price]], [[Departure Time]] <sub>(Killed)</sub></small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[Boulevard Baby]], [[Going Deep]], [[Dropping In]], [[In the Crosshairs]], [[Ladies Half Price]], [[Departure Time]] <sub>(Killed)</sub></small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| <br />[[File:Timur-TBOGT.png|114px]]<br />'''[[Timur]]'''
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<small>Timur is Ray Bulgarin's right hand man and the secondary antagonist. When Luis begins working for Ray, Timur accompanies Luis with Ray on [[Going Deep|his first job]] and as a chopper pilot when he is tasked with raiding the [[MeTV]] building. In [[Departure Time|the last mission]], Luis heads to [[Funland]] where Bulgarin's men were supervising a heroin shipment. He destroyed the heroin and killed the men, but soon after, Timur and more backup arrive, telling Luis that Bulgarin was at [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|the airport]] ready to leave in his [[Blue Ghawar]] jet. He reveals that he was trying to turn Bulgarin against Luis, telling him he was too weak. Timur is killed and Luis makes his way to the airport, soon after kills Bulgarin.</small>
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<small>Rocco Pelosi is the secondary antagonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony. He is a made man in the [[Ancelotti Family|Ancelotti crime family]] and a distant relation of [[Giovanni Ancelotti]], to whom Gay Tony owes a lot of money. He and his [[Uncle Vince|uncle]] are sent to collect from him. Throughout the game, Rocco forces Tony and Luis to perform several dangerous tasks in order to pay off their debt, but by the end, the pressure from [[Giovanni Ancelotti|Don Giovanni Ancelotti]] on Rocco to get the money back from Tony and Luis is so great that Rocco tells Luis that the only way to end the debt is for Luis to kill Tony and keep the clubs so that the Ancelotti Family can co-run them. Luis initially [[Party's Over|agrees]] to this but at the moment of killing Tony, he changes his mind and instead shoots [[Uncle Vince|Rocco's uncle]] in the head, killing him. The only thing that saves Rocco is that he is a "made man", as Tony says. After Luis kills Ray Bulgarin, Rocco flees the city (as his voicemail states, if called after Party's Over and before Departure Time) to Los Santos, where he becomes a corrupt talent agent, forcing notable actors to renegotiate their contracts and force the studios to buy them out. In GTA V, Rocco attempts his scheme on movie producer [[Solomon Richards]] who then sends former bank robber [[Michael De Santa]] to intimidate Rocco and retrieve his actor and director. Rocco and his friend Gianni then assault Richards for sending Michael, however Michael spots the two and they then flee with their car. A vengeful Richards then orders Michael to get the two "millenial asswipes". Michael chases Rocco and Gianni throughout the city and kills them.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances : [[Boulevard Baby]], [[Going Deep]], [[Dropping In...]], [[Departure Time]] <sub>(Killed)</sub></small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances : [[I Luv LC]], [[Practice Swing]], [[Boulevard Baby]], [[Frosting on the Cake]], [[Party's Over]]</small></center>
 
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| rowspan="2"| <br />[[File:RoccoPelosi-TBOGT.jpg|114px]]<br />'''[[Rocco Pelosi]]'''
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| rowspan="2"| [[File:Timur-TBOGT.png|100px]]<br />'''[[Timur]]'''
 
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<small>Rocco Pelosi is a prominent soldier and loan shark working for the [[Ancelotti Family]] to whom Gay Tony is heavily indebted. Throughout the game Rocco forces Tony and Luis to perform several dangerous tasks in order to pay off their debt, but by the end the pressure from [[Giovanni Ancelotti|Don Giovanni Ancelotti]] on Rocco to get the money back is so great that Rocco tells Luis that the only way to end the debt is for Luis to kill Tony and keep the clubs so the Ancelotti Family can co-run them. Luis initially [[Party's Over|agrees]] to this but at the moment of killing Tony, he changes his mind and instead kills [[Uncle Vince]]. The only thing that saves Rocco is that he is a made man, as Tony says. After Luis kills Ray Bulgarin, Don Ancelotti cancels their debt and Rocco flees the city (as his voicemail states, if called after Party's Over and before Departure Time), fearing that Luis and Tony will come after him since the Ancelottis won't protect him anymore.</small>
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<small>Timur is Ray Bulgarin's right hand man and the tertiary antagonist. When Luis begins working for Ray, Timur accompanies Luis with Ray on [[Going Deep|his first job]] and as a chopper pilot when he is tasked with raiding the [[MeTV]] building. In [[Departure Time|the last mission]], Luis heads to [[Funland]] where Bulgarin's men were supervising a heroin shipment. He destroyed the heroin and killed the men, but soon after, Timur and more backup arrive, telling Luis that Bulgarin was at [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|the airport]] ready to leave in his [[Blue Ghawar]] jet. He reveals that he was trying to turn Bulgarin against Luis, telling him he was too weak. Timur is killed and Luis makes his way to the airport, soon after kills Bulgarin.</small>
 
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| <center><small>Mission appearances : [[I Luv LC]], [[Practice Swing]], [[Boulevard Baby]], [[Frosting on the Cake]], [[Party's Over]](Defeated)</small></center>
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| <center><small>Mission appearances : [[Boulevard Baby]], [[Going Deep]], [[Dropping In]], [[Departure Time]] <sub>(Killed)</sub></small></center>
 
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==Trivia==
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===Grand Theft Auto V===
*So far, there are no antagonists announced for [[GTA V]].
 
*[[Massimo Torini]], [[Armando Mendez]], [[Diego Mendez]], [[Dimitri Rascalov]], [[Jimmy Pegorino]], [[Vlad Glebov]], [[Ray Bulgarin]], [[Timur]], [[King Courtney]], [[Marty Jay Williams]], [[Ricardo Diaz]], [[Paulie Sindacco]], [[Zhou Ming]], [[Rudy D'Avanzo]], [[Darko Brevic]], [[Ray Boccino]] and [[Salvatore Leone]] are the only antagonists who don't appear in the introduction of their games.
 
*[[Rocco Pelosi]], [[Darko Brevic]] (If the player chooses to spare him) and [[King Courtney]] are the only antagonists not to be killed.
 
*[[Miguel]] and [[Jimmy Pegorino]] ([[Deal]] only) are the only antagonists to be killed, but not by the protagonist (both killed by another antagonist).
 
*[[Miguel]], [[Ryder]], [[Eddie Pulaski]], [[Vincenzo Cilli]], [[Paulie Sindacco]], [[Armando Mendez]], [[Ray Boccino]], [[Salvatore Leone]] and [[Zhou Ming]] are the only secondary antagonists not to be killed in the final storyline mission.
 
*[[Frank Tenpenny]] is the only antagonist who (accidentally) kills himself.
 
*[[Vinnie]] and [[Dimitri Rascalov]] ([[Revenge]] only) are the only main antagonists not to be killed in the final mission.
 
*[[Ray Boccino]] and [[Ray Bulgarin]] are the only antagonists to be killed by another protagonist ([[Ray Boccino]] was the rival of [[Johnny Klebitz]] and was killed by [[Niko Bellic]], and [[Ray Bulgarin]] was the rival of [[Niko Bellic]] and was killed by [[Luis Lopez]]).
 
*[[Ray Bulgarin]] is the only antagonists to be enemies with two protagonists. ([[Niko Bellic]] and [[Luis Lopez]])
 
*[[Catalina]] is the only female antagonist.
 
*[[Frank Tenpenny]] is the antagonist with the most appearances.
 
*[[Massimo Torini]] is the main antagonist with the least appearances.
 
*[[Big Smoke]], [[Dimitri Rascalov]], [[Vincenzo Cilli]] and [[Billy Grey]] are the only antagonists to disappear after their betrayal and reappear only when they are killed.
 
*[[Frank Tenpenny]], [[Eddie Pulaski]], [[Ray Bulgarin]] (GTA IV), [[Darko Brevic]] and [[Rocco Pelosi]] are the only antagonists that are enemies before the events of the game.
 
*[[Catalina]], [[Lance Vance]] and [[Dimitri Rascalov]] (Deal only) are the only antagonists to kill another antagonist.
 
*[[Frank Tenpenny]], [[Eddie Pulaski]], [[Rocco Pelosi]] and [[Catalina]] are the only antagonists that give missions to the protagonist as known antagonists.
 
*[[Miguel]], [[Lance Vance]], [[Massimo Torini]], [[Paulie Sindacco]], [[Darko Brevic]], [[Brian Jeremy]] and [[Timur]] are the only antagonists not to give the protagonist missions in their games (although Lance, Jeremy, and Timur accompany the protagonist on several occasions).
 
*[[Lance Vance]], [[Vinnie]] and [[Wu Lee]] are the only antagonists to be killed in the same mission as their betrayal of the protagonist.
 
*[[Miguel]], [[Timur]], [[Vinnie]], [[Catalina]] and [[King Courtney]] are the only antagonists whose last names are not revealed.
 
*[[Sonny Forelli]] and [[Lance Vance]], [[Frank Tenpenny]] and [[Big Smoke]], [[Jerry Martinez]] and [[Diego Mendez]], [[Dimitri Rascalov]] and [[Jimmy Pegorino]] (Deal only), and [[Ray Bulgarin]] and [[Timur]] are the only pairs of antagonists to be killed in the same mission.
 
*[[Marty Jay Williams]], [[Jimmy Pegorino]], [[Salvatore Leone]], and [[Frank Tenpenny]] are the only known antagonists to be married. Of these four, Tenpenny is the only one who never had children.
 
*[[Lance Vance]] and [[Wu Lee]] are the only antagonists to be related to a protagonist.
 
*[[Miguel]], [[Ryder]] and [[Rocco Pelosi]] are the only antagonists that did not directly attempt to kill the protagonist.
 
*[[Frank Tenpenny]], [[Eddie Pulaski]] &nbsp;and [[Jerry Martinez]] are the only antagonists to serve in the force. Of these three, Martinez serves in the military, while Tenpenny and Pulaski are in the police.
 
*[[Armando Mendez]] and [[Diego Mendez]] are the only antagonists to be related to each other.
 
*Most of the antagonists in the [[GTA III Era]] are either close friends or acquintances of the protagonist.
 
*All the major antagonists in ''GTA Vice City'' are killed at the [[Vercetti Estate]].
 
*The voice actors of [[Big Smoke]], [[Vincenzo Cilli]], [[Jerry Martinez]], [[Dimitri Rascalov]], and [[Brian Jeremy]] were all billed fourth in the end credits of their respective games.
 
   
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| <center><small>Mission appearances: [[By The Book]], [[Blitz Play]], [[I Fought The Law...]], [[Eye In The Sky]], [[Deep Inside]], [[Legal Trouble]], [[Meltdown (GTA V)|Meltdown]], [[The Time's Come]]<sub>(Survives, [[Endings in GTA V#Option B|Option B]]), [[The Third Way]] <sub>(Killed, [[Endings in GTA V#Option C|Option C]]) </sub></sub></small></center>
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|<small>Steve Haines is one of the two main antagonists of Grand Theft Auto V. He is a decorated [[FIB]] agent and the host of popular reality show [[The Underbelly Of Paradise]]. He forces [[Michael De Santa]], [[Trevor Philips]] and [[Franklin Clinton]] into carrying out several missions against the [[IAA]], however later attempts to kill Michael after the agency begins to suspect him, although this fails as the meeting between Michael and himself is ambushed by the [[IAA]], [[Merryweather]], and a rival [[FIB]] team. He orders Franklin to assassinate Trevor, but the player can choose to kill Haines as Trevor at a Ferris wheel on [[Del Perro Pier]].</small>
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|<small>Wei Cheng is one of the two secondary antagonists of Grand Theft Auto V. He is the leader of the [[Los Santos Triads]] who seeks to expand his drug dealing business, which leads him to consider Trevor as a potential business partner, but he turns down the partnership in favor of the [[O'Neil brothers]] due to Trevor's reckless behavior, leading Trevor to kill the O'Neils. Cheng sends his men to capture Trevor, but they capture Michael instead, trying to use him to lure Trevor to them, which fails as [[Dead Meat|Michael is saved by Franklin]]. At the end of the game, the player has a choice to kill Cheng as Franklin.</small>
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|<small>Harold Joseph, also known as Stretch, is one of the two secondary antagonists of Grand Theft Auto V. He is a senior member of the [[Chamberlain Gangsters Families]] who secretly defected to the [[Ballas]] while in prison. He sets traps for [[Lamar Davis]], including having him [[Lamar Down|kidnapped]] by the Ballas, although Lamar is later [[Lamar Down|saved]] by Franklin. At the end of the game, the player is given a choice to kill him as Michael.</small>
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<small>Mission appearances: [[The Long Stretch]], [[Hood Safari]], [[I Fought The Law]], [[Lamar Down]], [[The Third Way]] <sub>(Killed, [[Endings in GTA V#Option C|Option C]])</sub></small>
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*[[King Courtney]] is the only antagonist who is definitely not killed.
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*[[Miguel]] and [[Jimmy Pegorino]] (Deal only) are the only antagonists to be killed by another antagonist.
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*[[Frank Tenpenny]] is the only antagonist who (accidentally) kills himself.
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*[[Ray Boccino]], [[Rocco Pelosi]] and [[Ray Bulgarin]] are antagonists that are killed by another protagonist (Ray Boccino was the rival of [[Johnny Klebitz]] and was killed by [[Niko Bellic]], Rocco Pelosi was the rival of [[Luis Lopez]] and was killed by [[Michael De Santa]] and Ray Bulgarin was the rival of Niko Bellic and was killed by Luis Lopez), although Bulgarin was an enemy of both Niko and Luis.
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*Miguel, [[Ryder]], and Rocco Pelosi are the only antagonists that did not directly attempt to kill the protagonist.
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*[[Massimo Torini]] and [[Diego Mendez]] are the only antagonists who do not directly talk to the protagonist.
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*[[Lance Vance]] and [[Salvatore Leone]] are also [[deuteragonist]]s in other games.
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*''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]'' is the only game in which all of the main antagonists can survive, as the player (as [[Franklin Clinton|Franklin]]) can choose to kill one of the other two protagonists.
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* In ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]'', ''[[The Lost and Damned]]'' and ''Grand Theft Auto V'', the protagonist can betray an antagonist, instead of the other way around, (in which it was Niko who betrayed Jimmy Pegorino in the Revenge ending, Johnny who betrayed Ray Boccino, and Franklin who betrayed [[Devin Weston]]).
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* Lance Vance and [[Wu Lee]] are the only antagonists to be related to a protagonist.
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* Lance Vance and [[Stretch (character)|Stretch]] are the only antagonists to simultaneously be [[tritagonist|tritagonists]].
   
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Antagonists, or simply enemies, are the main villains and the opposite of the protagonist of the Grand Theft Auto games. The antagonist of a Grand Theft Auto game is usually a person that has betrayed or hurt the protagonist on a personal and social level, and spends the game moving against the protagonist in multiple ways. In this list the main antagonist is listed first for each game.

Description of most antagonistsEdit

In the GTA games, the main antagonist is sometimes introduced at the very beginning of the game (i.e. Frank Tenpenny), often as an ally or friend (Catalina, Sonny Forelli). Sometimes, the antagonist is the main reason that the protagonist visits the area that the game is set in (and the reason the game takes place; a perfect example of this is Darko Brevic). In most GTA games, the antagonist usually fakes a friendship or business relationship with the protagonist then eventually reveal their true intentions for the protagonist and betrays them later on, and becomes their main enemy (Lance Vance, Big Smoke, Dimitri Rascalov). This often occurs when he/she abruptly opens fire on the protagonist. The main character always hunts down and eliminates the main antagonist eventually, usually in a major battle at the end of the game.

There are both main and secondary antagonists of the game; the main antagonist is generally the one who causes the most drama to the game's story and ultimately commits the crimes that causes the most emotional anger in the protagonist. Secondary antagonists are characters who end up playing muchly the same role, but to a lesser degree. Often, the secondary and primary antagonists have some sort of affiliation with each other (Sonny Forelli and Lance Vance, Frank Tenpenny and Big Smoke, Devin Weston and Steve Haines)

Antagonists usually have a gang behind them for protection. The protagonist will battle the antagonist's group and sometimes take over their gang. In every GTA game, the main antagonist dies (in every case but one by the protagonist's hand) and is sometimes joined by the secondary antagonist at the end of the game in a final battle, which wraps up the main storyline.

List of prominent antagonistsEdit

Grand Theft Auto III Edit

GTA III CatalinaCatalina Catalina is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto III. She is second-in-command of the Colombian Cartel. She betrayed long time boyfriend Claude after robbing a bank in Liberty City, shooting him in the chest and leaving Claude for dead. She later came to a deal with rival gang leader Salvatore Leone of the Leone Family to kill Claude and later sends hit squads after him. She kills Yakuza leader Asuka Kasen and her former right hand man Miguel and kidnaps Maria Latore, resulting in a final showdown, which ends with Claude destroying the helicopter she was in with a rocket launcher.
Mission appearances: Introduction, Cutting the Grass, Grand Theft Aero, Kingdom Come, Ransom, The Exchange (killed)
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Miguel
Miguel, the right hand man of the Colombian Cartel, betrayed Claude alongside Catalina during a bank robbery in Liberty City. He continues to work alongside Catalina until he is kidnapped by Yakuza leader Asuka Kasen who, believing the Cartel killed her brother Kenji, begins to torture him. Miguel reveals a number of the Cartel's operations to Asuka, with Claude acting against them, until he and Asuka are killed by Catalina in an attempt to stop Claude.
Mission appearances: Introduction, Cutting the Grass, Grand Theft Aero, Bait, Espresso-2-Go!, S.A.M., Ransom (deceased during)
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Salvatore Leone
Salvatore Leone, Don of the Leone Family, meets Claude when he drives made man Luigi Goterelli, caporegime Toni Cipriani and the Don's son Joey to his home for a meeting. He employs Claude for more jobs, including having him chaperone his trophy wife Maria Latore and tail and then assassinate a traitor in his outfit. Maria later informs Salvatore that she is in a relationship with Claude, in an attempt to anger him, resulting in Salvatore attempting to kill Claude with a car bomb after coming to an agreement with rival gang leader Catalina of the Colombian Cartel. Maria informs Claude of the trap, who escapes to Staunton Island with Maria and Yakuza co-leader Asuka Kasen, later returning to Portland Island to kill Salvatore as he left Luigi's Sex Club 7 to prove his loyalties to the Leone Family were over.
Mission appearances: Salvatore's Called A Meeting, Chaperone, Cutting the Grass, Bomb Da Base Act I, Last Requests, Sayonara Salvatore (killed)

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Edit

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Sonny Forelli
Sonny Forelli is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. An old friend of Tommy Vercetti, Sonny is the Don of the Forelli crime family, and presumably was friends with Tommy before 1971, when he sent him to Harwood "to kill one man", which unfortunately turned into an ambush. Tommy survived by killing eleven people but was later arrested and imprisoned, dubbed "the Harwood Butcher", and was released in 1986 when Sonny pulled strings for him. Sonny reached out to Ken Rosenberg, a bent lawyer in Vice City to help facilitate a drug deal there, and sent Tommy, Harry and Lee to Vice City so that they could conduct the deal with Victor Vance and Lance Vance, which would allow the Forelli crime family to establish a foothold in the drugs trade. Unfortunately, the deal is ambushed, resulting in the deaths of Harry, Lee and Victor Vance, and the loss of both the cocaine and the money. Sonny later calls Tommy numerous times to remind him of his obligations to him and the family, before sending collectors to Tommy's businesses. After Tommy kills them, however, he pays a visit to Tommy at his mansion, before revealing that he cut a deal with Lance Vance, who informed him of Tommy's plan to con him with counterfeit money, although the two are killed during a shootout in Tommy's mansion. Sonny's death severely weakened the Forelli crime family.
Mission appearances: Introduction, An Old Friend, Keep Your Friends Close... (killed)
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Lance Vance
Lance Vance, co-leader of the Vance Crime Family, is a drug dealer who participated in a failed drugs deal with the Forelli Family, including Tommy Vercetti. After witnessing his brother's death he begins to work with Tommy to track down the man responsible. The two later discover it to be the city drug baron Ricardo Diaz and, after briefly working for them, they kill him and take control of his assets. Lance, however, later begins to feel neglected by Tommy and forms an alliance with Forelli Family Don Sonny Forelli, although the two are later killed by Tommy in his mansion.
Mission appearances: Introduction, Back Alley Brawl, Guardian Angels, Phnom Penh '86, Supply & Demand, Death Row, Rub Out, Shakedown, Bar Brawl, Cop Land, Hit the Courier, Keep Your Friends Close... (killed)
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Ricardo Diaz
Ricardo Diaz, the leader of Diaz' Gang and the drug baron of Vice City, uses his connections with Gonzalez to ambush the drug deal between the Forelli Family and the Vance Crime Family. Later, on the recommendation of friend Juan Cortez, he hires Tommy Vercetti and Lance Vance, the victims of the ambushed drug deal. The two work for Diaz to learn how to run his criminal empire, before killing him in his mansion.
Mission appearances: The Party, Guardian Angels, The Chase, Phnom Penh '86, The Fastest Boat, Supply & Demand, Rub Out (killed)

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Edit

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Frank Tenpenny
Frank Tenpenny, is the main antagonist of GTA San Andreas. He is the leader of the Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums division of the Los Santos Police Department alongside Eddie Pulaski and Jimmy Hernandez. He believes in setting the gangs of Los Santos against each other and helps the Ballas and Grove Street Families members Big Smoke and Ryder in their attempts to kill Sweet. He later takes Sweet's brother, Carl to Angel Pine and follows him as he moves through San Andreas and interferes in his life in San Fierro and Las Venturas. Carl later meets him one last time in Big Smoke's crack palace after killing Smoke, and later chases him around Los Santos, resulting in Tenpenny driving his firetruck off a bridge into Grove Street, where he dies.
Mission appearances: In The Beginning, Running Dog, Wrong Side of the Tracks, Catalyst, Burning Desire, Gray Imports, The Green Sabre, Badlands, Body Harvest, Snail Trail, Misappropriation, High Noon, End of the Line (death)
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Big Smoke
Melvin "Big Smoke" Harris was a high-ranking member of the Grove Street Families and a friend of Carl Johnson who, after Carl's return to Los Santos, hired him in various missions to help the Grove Street Families. Carl, however, is unaware of Smoke's involvement in the death of his mother (in an attempt to kill his brother Sweet), later discovering this with help from Varrios Los Aztecas leader Cesar Vialpando. Smoke later takes control of the Grove Street Families after Sweet is arrested, and later allies himself with the Ballas, Los Santos Vagos, the Russian Mafia and San Fierro Rifa. Carl, upon his return to Los Santos, takes control of the Grove Street Families again with Sweet and later confronts Smoke, killing him in his crack palace.
Mission appearances: Big Smoke, Sweet & Kendl, Tagging Up Turf, Cleaning the Hood, Drive-Thru, Nines and AKs, Drive-By, OG Loc, Running Dog, Wrong Side of the Tracks, Just Business, Reuniting the Families, The Green Sabre, End of the Line (killed)
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Ryder
Lance "Ryder" Wilson was a member of the Grove Street Families and a friend of Carl Johnson who, upon Carl's return to Los Santos, hired him to perform various missions to help the Grove Street Families. Carl, however, is unaware of Ryder 's involvement in the death of his mother (in an attempt to kill his brother Sweet), later discovering this with help from Varrios Los Aztecas leader Cesar Vialpando. Ryder later continues to work with Big Smoke and allies himself with the Ballas and the Loco Syndicate, their drug suppliers. He later meets Loco Syndicate member and San Fierro Rifa leader T-Bone Mendez on Pier 69, although Mendez is killed by Carl and Cesar, with Ryder being killed shortly after in a boat chase.
Mission appearances: Sweet & Kendl, Ryder, Cleaning the Hood, Drive-Thru, Nines and AKs, Drive-By, Home Invasion, Catalyst, Robbing Uncle Sam, House Party, Reuniting the Families, The Green Sabre, Photo Opportunity, Pier 69 (killed)
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Eddie Pulaski
Eddie Pulaski is a member of the Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums division of the Los Santos Police Department and follows the instructions of the divisions leader Frank Tenpenny. He and Tenpenny help the Ballas and Grove Street Families members Big Smoke and Ryder in their attempt to kill leader Sweet. He, Tenpenny and Jimmy Hernandez later take Sweet's brother Carl to Angel Pine and follow him throughout San Andreas and interfering in his life. Carl later meets Pulaski after retrieving a document. Pulaski, left by Tenpenny to bury Hernandez and kill Carl, is later killed by Carl after Hernandez, who was not dead, attempted to subdue Pulaski but was killed, allowing Carl to escape being shot. Carl then chases him down, killing him.
Mission appearances: In The Beginning, Running Dog, Wrong Side of the Tracks, Catalyst, Burning Desire, Gray Imports, The Green Sabre, Badlands, Snail Trail, Misappropriation, High Noon (killed)

Grand Theft Auto AdvanceEdit

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Vinnie
Vinnie is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto Advance. Vinnie is an old friend and the partner-in-crime of Mike, acting as his mentor. Vinnie convinces Mike to pull off a few more jobs with him (primarily for the Mafia, which may be the Leone Family) before they leave Liberty City behind and retire with their ill-gotten gains. Unfortunately, their plan comes to a halt when Vinnie is killed in a 'mysterious explosion'. Mike then begins to work for various criminals throughout the city to discover the identity of Vinnie's killer but later discovers that Vinnie had faked his own death in order to escape with all the money they had collected, claiming that he was getting too old and realizing Mike's loyalty to him. Mike, angry at Vinnie's betrayal and the murders of friends Jonnie and Colombian Cartel leader Cisco at his hands, kills him (despite Vinnie's insistence that all of the city's small-time criminals will kill him for his money).
Mission appearances: Jump Start, Dirty Laundry, Hot Wheels, Ill-Gotten, Payback, Fake IDs, Getaway, Truth Revealed (killed)
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King Courtney
King Courtney, the leader of the Uptown Yardies gang, first meets Mike after Mike chases him down following the murder of friend Jonnie, believing Courtney to be the culprit. Courtney, however, convinces Mike that Cisco, the leader of the Colombian Cartel, was the man responsible and hires Mike to work against the Cartel and later to kill Cisco. Mike, however, decides to work for Cisco, realising that King Courtney tricked him. After Vinnie's death at Mike's hands, Mike confronts Courtney again at his compound, wiping out his guards and almost killing him, realising that King Courtney will attempt to kill him for Vinnie's money. Mike, however, does not kill Courtney and later flees the city.
Mission appearances: Race to Run, Latin Coffee, The Big Score, Fine Dining, Assault Joint (Defeated)
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Unnamed Cartel Boss
This unnamed Cartel boss was Cisco's successor and sends several Colombian Cartel hitmen to kill Mike and 8-Ball at their meeting place in Pike Creek, thinking that Mike killed Cisco. After surviving the attack, Mike beats up the Colombian Cartel's new boss in order to find out who is after him, and has the option of killing or sparing him.
Mission appearances: Love of Money, Taking Revenge (Defeated (can be killed))

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories Edit

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Massimo Torini
Massimo Torini is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. A high-ranking member (the underboss) of the Sicilian Mafia in the "Old Country" led by Uncle Leone, Massimo flies to Liberty City to 'bring peace' between the Leone Family, Forelli Family and Sindacco Family. Torini, however, is sent with secret instructions to form alliances with the Liberty City Triads and the Diablos, helping them to take over territory on Portland Island, in order to weaken the criminal underworld in the city before men from the "Old Country" arrived to take control. Whilst the Sindacco Family are pushed out completely and the Forelli Family are severely weakened, the Leone Family and Don Salvatore Leone remain through the work of Toni Cipriani and, after Salvatore's trial collapses, Torini kidnaps the city Mayor Miles O'Donovan, in order to coerce him into sending Salvatore Leone to jail. Salvatore and Toni chase Torini around the city in a boat and later corner him at Portland Rock, killing him and rescuing O'Donovan.
Mission appearances: Calm Before the Storm, The Sicilian Gambit (killed)
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Paulie Sindacco
Paul "Paulie" Sindacco is an antagonist and the Don of the Sindacco Family in Liberty City. A relative (possibly son) of his (and late Sindacco member), Johnny Sindacco, died of shock-induced heart attack in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas after coming face-to-face with the man who previously did grievous harm to him. His nickname "The Invisible Don" stems from the fact that rarely outside the family sees him due to his being on the move between Liberty City and Las Venturas on a day-to-day basis. The Sindaccos funneled money from their casinos in Las Venturas to continue their conquest of Leone and Forelli families turf on Portland and Staunton Island. However Paulie's plan failed to take the territories when Toni Cipriani interfered. Paulie is finally killed when Toni shoots him down in his boat in an attempt to flee Liberty City.
Mission appearances: Taking the Peace, Dead Reckoning (killed)
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Vincenzo Cilli
Vincenzo Cilli was a high-ranking member of the Leone Family and an associate of Toni Cipriani who, upon Toni's return to Liberty City from hiding, has been promoted to the rank of caporegime. Salvatore assigns Toni to Vincenzo's crew, who employs him to do initially menial tasks. Vincenzo, however, later has Toni drive a Banshee full of drugs away from an police ambush, although Toni destroys the car in retaliation and ends his association with Vincenzo. After Toni has gained considerable favour with Salvatore, however, Vincenzo later calls Toni and convinces him to meet him in the hull of a freighter docked in Atlantic Quays, stating that Salvatore wants them to both "grow up". Toni, however, walks into an ambush but manages to kill Cilli's followers and Cilli, who felt as though Toni, a rising star in the family, was upstaging him.
Mission appearances: Home Sweet Home, Slacker, Dealing Revenge, Snuff, Smash and Grab, Hot Wheels, and The Portland Chainsaw Masquerade (killed)

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Edit

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Jerry Martinez
Jerry Martinez is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. He was an army sergeant, who met Victor Vance in his office upon his arrival to Vice City, and persuaded him to become involved in the criminal underworld to earn more money to fund the asthma medication for his brother Pete. Martinez, however, quickly double crosses Victor and draws attention to drugs (which Vic was keeping on Martinez's orders) in Vic's possessions, also asking him to pick up a prostitute, resulting in him being discharged from the army by Sergeant Peppah. Martinez continues to taunt Victor and even attempts to have him killed. Victor conspires with his other brother Lance to steal Martinez' drug shipment, which later turns out to belong to Armando and Diego Mendez, resulting in Martinez entering police protection. He later decide to strike back and kidnapsLouise Cassidy-Williams, Victor's love interest, and savagely beats her. He later meets Victor once more at the top of the Mendez Compound in Downtown, Vice City. Martinez and Diego Mendez, however, are killed by Victor.
Mission appearances: Soldier, Cleaning House, Conduct Unbecoming, Truck Stop, Marked Men, From Zero to Hero, The Mugshot Longshot, Where it Hurts Most, Last Stand (killed)
DiegoMendez-VCSDiego Mendez Diego Mendez, alongside his brother Armando, were the co-leaders of the Mendez Cartel and the drug barons of Vice City. They are first introduced to Victor and Lance Vance after the Vance brothers attempt to make peace by stating they had no involvement in their stolen drug shipment (despite doing so). The Mendez brothers threaten to kill the Vance brothers unless they work for them, which they agree to and do so until they are attacked and taken to Viceport, where they were to be killed. Victor and Lance, however, survive and Victor later meets Diego and Jerry Martinez on the roof of the Mendez Compound, killing both.
Mission appearances: The Mugshot Longshot, Hostile Takeover, Unfriendly Competition, High Wire, Burning Bridges, Last Stand (killed)
ArmandoMendez-GTAVCSArmando Mendez Armando Mendez, alongside his brother Diego, were the co-leaders of the Mendez Cartel and the drug barons of Vice City. They are first introduced to Victor and Lance Vance after the Vance brothers attempt to make peace by stating they had no involvement in their stolen drug shipment (despite doing so). The Mendez brothers threaten to kill the Vance brothers unless they work for them, which they agree to and do so until they are attacked and taken to Viceport, where they were to be killed. Victor and Lance, however, survive and Victor later uses a Domestobot to destroy his bearer bonds before killing him after he kidnapped and fatally shot his love interest Louise Cassidy-Williams.
Mission appearances: The Mugshot Longshot, Hostile Takeover, Unfriendly Competition, High Wire, Burning Bridges, Domo Arigato Domestoboto, Light My Pyre (killed)
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Marty Jay Williams
Marty Jay Williams, the leader of the Trailer Park Mafia and husband of Louise Cassidy-Williams, was first introduced to Victor Vance on the recommendation of his brother-in-law Phil Cassidy. He hires Victor to help him expand and diversify his criminal empire. Marty, however, constantly shows contempt for his wife and his daughter Mary-Beth, with Louise eventually leaving him and moving in with her sister Mary-Jo. Louise returns to their trailer to get more of her belongings but is kidnapped by her husband, who planned on using her as a prostitute at his brothel in Little Havana. Victor, however, rescues Louise and kills Marty.
Mission appearances: Shakedown, Fear the Repo, Waking Up the Neighbors, O, Brothel, Where Art Thou?, Got Protection?, D.I.V.O.R.C.E. (killed)

Grand Theft Auto IV Edit

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Dimitri Rascalov
Dimitri Rascalov is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV. Dimitri was the right-hand man of Mikhail Faustin, the head of the Faustin Mafiya, with whom he had previously served in the Russian military. Dimitri and Mikhail travelled to Liberty City together and set up shop there. Dimitri meets Niko and Roman Bellic after they are kidnapped by Andrei on Faustin's orders, once they realise that Niko killed Vladimir Glebov. Rascalov reluctantly watches as Niko works for Faustin, including killing Lenny Petrovic, son of fellow Russian mob boss Kenny Petrovic, fearing for the future of their organization under Faustin's leadership. Rascalov makes a deal with Kenny and has Niko kill Faustin at his club before betraying Niko and siding with Ray Bulgarin, an old associate of Niko, who claimed that Niko ripped him off. Dimitri then had Roman's apartment and business burned down, and later had Roman kidnapped, although Niko rescued him. Dimitri later makes a threatening phone call to Niko, after discovering that he attempted to exchange Gracie Ancelotti for Bulgarin's diamonds.

Not too long after that, Dimitri attempts to blackmail Bryce Dawkins, the deputy mayor of Liberty City, by exposing his relationship with Bernie Crane, however Niko chases after and kills two of Dimitri's men to send a message to him, and later protects Bernie from several of Dimitri's men and kills them all. Dimitri attempts to blackmail Bryce Dawkins into putting up Gambetti-owned city contracts for tender, and later orchestrates an attack on Bobby Jefferson's security escort, after discovering that Jefferson is heading to city hall to deliver a speech on Russian organized crime in Liberty City, so that attention won't be drawn to his operation. However, his attempt to have Bobby Jefferson killed fails after Niko protects Bobby Jefferson from Dimitri's hitmen and takes him to city hall to deliver his speech.

Dimitri also establishes a cocaine distribution ring with the Ancelotti crime family which smuggles cocaine across the country, and so Niko, acting under orders from his IAA handler and Jon Gravelli, destroys a fleet of vans at their main warehouse. Niko later ambushes Dimitri's men at the docks with Phil and steals a large shipment of cocaine meant for the Ancelotti's, and shortly after, takes out all of Dimitri's men standing guard at the abandoned Sprunk factory in Tudor so that he can eliminate Charles Matteo, the underboss of the Ancelotti family, before he informs the Commission that the Pegorino's stole their cocaine from the Russians.

Jimmy Pegorino, the boss of the Pegorino family, ultimately informs Niko that he needs to sell a large supply of heroin in order to get back on his feet, and he intends to use Dimitri Rascalov to broker the sale. Depending on which ending is chosen, Niko either participates in the deal, only to be betrayed by Dimitri yet again, who has killed the buyers and kept the heroin for himself, leaving Niko and Phil to attack the buyers and steal their money, or infiltrates the Platypus, where Dimitri is holed up, taking out all his men there before killing Dimitri.

If the former ending (Deal) is chosen, then Dimitri sends a hitman to kill Niko at Roman's wedding, resulting in Roman's accidental death after Niko briefly struggles with his attacker, and tails Pegorino's men to an abandoned casino in Alderney, where Dimitri kills Jimmy Pegorino before escaping, forcing Niko to chase after him all the way to Happiness Island, where he takes out the rest of his men there before confronting Dimitri and leaving him to succumb from his gunshot wounds, avenging his cousin's death.

Mission appearances: Crime and Punishment, Do You Have Protection?, Final Destination, Rigged to Blow, The Master and the Molotov, Russian Revolution, A Revenger's Tragedy (killed, Deal), A Dish Served Cold (killed, Revenge)
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Jimmy Pegorino
Jimmy Pegorino, the Don of the Pegorino Family, first meets Niko Bellic after he was recommended by Phil Bell, an associate in his organization and trusted confidant. He initially hires Niko to attend and watch over a meet with the Pavano Family, which turns out to be a Pavano ambush. Pegorino attempted to give them an offering in the hope of getting onto The Commission, which is stolen from him and then retrieved by Niko. Deciding to go to war with the Pavano's, who he lets operate in Alderney, Pegorino sends Niko to assassinate one of their crews during a meeting. Pegorino initially believes that Niko is an informant (even holding him at gunpoint) and has him kill both Anthony Corrado (a mole for the FIB), and later Ray Boccino (as a rat). Pegorino later asks him to take part in a drug deal with Niko's arch enemy, Dimitri Rascalov. If Niko decides to go along with the deal, Rascalov kills the buyers and leaves Phil and Niko to retrieve the money themselves. Niko tails some of Pegorino's men to an abandoned casino, where he witnesses Rascalov executing Pegorino, after a hitman sent by Rascalov to kill Niko accidentally killed Roman at his wedding. If Niko decides not to take part, Niko murders Rascalov and then Pegorino, after Pegorino killed Niko's love interest Kate McReary at Roman's wedding while attempting to kill Niko. Pegorino was regarded by the Commission, in Niko's words, as a fat fucking joke. At some point prior to Ray Boccino's death, the Pegorino crime family was heavily under police surveillance, and half of Pegorino's men were locked up.
Mission appearances: Pegorino's Pride, Payback, Flatline, Pest Control, One Last Thing, Mr. and Mrs. Bellic (Revenge), A Revenger's Tragedy (killed, Deal), Out of Commission (killed, Revenge)

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Darko Brevic

Darko Brevic, originally from Yugoslavia, was an old friend and comrade of Niko Bellic during the Yugoslav Wars. During the war, however, he sold out the unit (including Niko, Florian Cravic, Goran, Dragan, Mijo and Dmitar) to their enemies for $1,000 to help feed his heroin addiction. He later fled to Bucharest, Romania. Niko Bellic, after moving to the city to find Florian Cravic, who he initially believed to be the traitor, although upon meeting him, they both realize that Darko was to blame. Niko soon receives help from his contact at United Liberty Paper and Gambetti Family Don Jon Gravelli in tracking down Brevic, who kidnap him and bring him to Liberty City, leaving him at Francis International Airport. After confronting Brevic, Niko has the option of killing him, with Niko realizing that he feels better for letting him live and suffer, or feeling 'empty' after killing a thankful Darko.
Mission appearances: That Special Someone (can be killed)

Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned Edit

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Billy Grey
William "Billy" Grey is the main antagonist of The Lost and Damned. Grey was the president of the Alderney chapter of The Lost Brotherhood and an old friend of Johnny Klebitz, who he had met at some point before his incarceration on a drug-related felony, resulting in Johnny being named as the acting president of their Alderney chapter. He is released from a rehabilitation center and take control of the gang once more, escalating the violence between The Lost Brotherhood and their long-time rivals, the Angels of Death, once again, thus violating a truce recently established between the two gangs. Johnny and Jim Fitzgerald, however, begin to disagree with the way Billy runs the gang, which results in a deal being made between Billy and the Triads to return the heroin they stole from the Angels of Death to the Triads. The deal was engineered to kill Johnny and Jimmy, who survived after the Triads turned against Grey and his friend Brian Jeremy. Billy is arrested again but agrees to turn state's evidence against The Lost Brotherhood, resulting in Johnny and the remaining members of their gang breaking into the Alderney State Correctional Facility and Johnny killing Billy before he can enter the witness protection program.
Mission appearances: Clean and Serene, Angels in America, It's War, Action/Reaction, This Shit's Cursed (Arrested), Get Lost (Killed)
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Ray Boccino
Ray Boccino, a caporegime in the Pegorino Family, is first seen selling grenade launchers to Billy at the clubhouse, where he meets Johnny. Ray, needing to use the Lost MC to sell illegal goods to, informs Jim Fitzgerald that Brian Jeremy phoned him and reveals his location to Johnny, hoping to do business with them after the civil war comes to a close. He enlists the Lost MC's help in ambushing a diamond deal at the shipping yard and stealing the diamonds. He then asks Johnny and Niko Bellic to participate in a diamond deal at The Libertonian with Isaac Roth and Mori Green, both of whom are representing the Jewish Mob, although the deal is ambushed by Luis Fernando Lopez, allowing Johnny to steal the money. Boccino has Jim Fitzgerald kidnapped, although Johnny later rescues him, before Jim is killed by Niko Bellic on Ray Boccino's orders. Johnny planned on killing Boccino but was advised not to by congressman Thomas Stubbs III as he and the Pegorino Family are under surveillance. Boccino was later killed by Niko Bellic.
Mission appearances: Action/Reaction, Bad Standing, Diamonds in the Rough, Collector's Item, Was It Worth It?
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Brian Jeremy
Brian Jeremy, a high-ranking member of The Lost Brotherhood, met Johnny Klebitz at some point before 2008. Jeremy is the club secretary and a staunch loyalist of Billy Grey, the incarcerated president of the club's Alderney chapter and, upon Grey's release from a rehabilitation center, works with Billy in escalating violence against rival gang the Angels of Death. Jeremy and Grey later make a deal with the Triads to kill Johnny and Jim Fitzgerald, although the Triads betray Billy and Brian. He later argues with Johnny and forms his own sub-sect within the gang and later informs Ray Boccino of his location, believing Boccino to be on his side. Boccino, however, informs Johnny of his location and Johnny has the opportunity to kill him after attacking Jeremy's home. If Johnny spares Jeremy, he later meets him again on the streets of Liberty City, where he kills him, after Jeremy lead him into an ambush.
Mission appearances: Clean and Serene, Angels in America, It's War, Action/Reaction, Buyer's Market, This Shit's Cursed, End of Chapter, Bad Standing (Can be killed), Random Encounter (Killed, if spared)

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Edit

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Kenny Lee
Wu "Kenny" Lee is the main antagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. The leader of the Lee Family (a sub-sect of the Triads) and the owner of the Sum Yung Gai restaurant, Wu Lee is also the uncle of Huang Lee. After losing face with Triad leader Hsin Jaoming when his nephew, Huang Lee, is ambushed and left for dead upon arriving to Liberty City - as Huang's attackers stole Yu Jian, a family heirloom Wu was supposed to hand over to Hsin in order to cement his position as his successor - Wu hires his nephew to carry out several jobs for him in order to maintain his power and impress Hsin. Wu later obtains 'evidence' that rival Triad lieutenants Zhou Ming and Chan Jaoming, Hsin's son, are the FIB informants that Hsin is looking for. Hsin, disgraced that his own son is supposedly an informant, steps down as boss of the Algonquin Triads and names Wu Lee as his successor. Huang later kills the two, acting under orders from his uncle, but following a tipoff from Wade Heston, discovers his own uncle to be the FIB informant and secret leader of the Wonsu Nodong, but more importantly for Huang, the man who killed his father to obtain the Yu Jian Sword, which he planned to give to Hsin. Huang and Wade Heston, a corrupt undercover police detective, chase down and kill him in Hsin's penthouse, discovering an injured Hsin in the process.
Mission appearances: Yu Jian, Pursuit Farce, Under the Gun, Payback, The Wheelman, Tricks of the Triad, Natural Burn Killer, Recruitment Drive, Carpe Dime, Store Wars, Copter Carnage, Kenny Strikes Back, Missed the Boat?, By Myriads of Swords, Rat Race, Salt in the Wound (killed)
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Zhou Ming
Zhou Ming, leader of the Ming Family (a sub-sect of the Triads), meets Huang Lee after contacting him by an e-mail to meet him for work, after presumably being impressed by his capability whilst working for his uncle Wu and Chan Jaoming. Zhou hires Huang in an attempt to increase his standing in the eyes of retiring Triad leader Hsin Jaoming, in an attempt to be named his successor. Wu Lee later obtains 'evidence' proving that Zhou and Chan were FIB informants, resulting in Zhou being killed.
Mission appearances: Stealing the Show, Flatliner, Bomb Disposal, Driven to Destruction, Cash and Burn, Dragon Haul Z, The Fandom Menace, So Near, Yet Sonar, Hit from the Tong (killed)
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Chan Jaoming

Chan Jaoming is the forty-one year old son of Hsin Jaoming. He is a member of his father's set of the Algonquin Triads, the Jaoming Family. Chan is one of three possible contenders (the other two being Wu Lee and Zhou Ming) to inherit his father's position. He is believed to be the underboss of the Jaoming Family and has a group of loyal supporters. Both him and Zhou were falsely accused of being the FBI informant who was ratting out the Triads (only to be revealed to be Kenny) and they were both killed by Huang on Hsin's orders.

Mission appearances: Pimp His RideWhack the RacersJackin' ChanRaw DealSa-boat-ageCounterfeit GangsterSlaying With FireClear the Pier  (killed)

Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay TonyEdit

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Ray Bulgarin
Ray Bulgarin is the main antagonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony. Bulgarin was a Russian crime lord who immigrated to Liberty City and ran a human trafficking operation across the Adriatic sea, and also lived on a mansion on the waterfront. He employed Niko Bellic, who smuggled people in Eastern Europe to Italy until one run in which the ship sank and Niko was forced to abandon ship. He blames Niko for the loss and sought to hunt him down. He came back to Liberty City and met up with his old friend Dimitri Rascalov, who coincidentally was working with Niko. Dimitri offered Niko to him, yet the latter person fought off Dimitri's ambush with the help of Little Jacob, and Bulgarin escaped. At one point, he crossed paths with Luis Lopez and Gay Tony when he visited Maisonette 9 with Timur, and hired Luis to assist him in his missions, which included killing corrupt NOOSE officers who were attempting to frame Bulgarin and murdering the owner of a hockey team for refusing to sell. Discovering that The Cook, Luis and Gay Tony were part of the diamond deal, he beheaded the Cook and left Luis to find his head, before sending a team of assassins after him, though Luis killed them and escaped. He encountered Niko and Luis one last time and orders his men to attack them and leaves. Ray later had a sit-down with Giovanni Ancelotti to discuss Gracie Ancelotti's kidnapping and the theft of the diamonds, and both agree that Tony has to die. After Luis takes out the hordes of assassins sent to kill Tony and Luis at Maisonette 9 on Bulgarin's orders, Bulgarin attempts to flee the city, however Luis destroys his heroin and then infiltrates his private jet, gunning down Bulgarin and escaping as a grenade destroys the aircraft.
Mission appearances: Boulevard Baby, Going Deep, Dropping In, In the Crosshairs, Ladies Half Price, Departure Time (Killed)
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Rocco Pelosi

Rocco Pelosi is the secondary antagonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony. He is a made man in the Ancelotti crime family and a distant relation of Giovanni Ancelotti, to whom Gay Tony owes a lot of money. He and his uncle are sent to collect from him. Throughout the game, Rocco forces Tony and Luis to perform several dangerous tasks in order to pay off their debt, but by the end, the pressure from Don Giovanni Ancelotti on Rocco to get the money back from Tony and Luis is so great that Rocco tells Luis that the only way to end the debt is for Luis to kill Tony and keep the clubs so that the Ancelotti Family can co-run them. Luis initially agrees to this but at the moment of killing Tony, he changes his mind and instead shoots Rocco's uncle in the head, killing him. The only thing that saves Rocco is that he is a "made man", as Tony says. After Luis kills Ray Bulgarin, Rocco flees the city (as his voicemail states, if called after Party's Over and before Departure Time) to Los Santos, where he becomes a corrupt talent agent, forcing notable actors to renegotiate their contracts and force the studios to buy them out. In GTA V, Rocco attempts his scheme on movie producer Solomon Richards who then sends former bank robber Michael De Santa to intimidate Rocco and retrieve his actor and director. Rocco and his friend Gianni then assault Richards for sending Michael, however Michael spots the two and they then flee with their car. A vengeful Richards then orders Michael to get the two "millenial asswipes". Michael chases Rocco and Gianni throughout the city and kills them.

Mission appearances : I Luv LC, Practice Swing, Boulevard Baby, Frosting on the Cake, Party's Over
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Timur

Timur is Ray Bulgarin's right hand man and the tertiary antagonist. When Luis begins working for Ray, Timur accompanies Luis with Ray on his first job and as a chopper pilot when he is tasked with raiding the MeTV building. In the last mission, Luis heads to Funland where Bulgarin's men were supervising a heroin shipment. He destroyed the heroin and killed the men, but soon after, Timur and more backup arrive, telling Luis that Bulgarin was at the airport ready to leave in his Blue Ghawar jet. He reveals that he was trying to turn Bulgarin against Luis, telling him he was too weak. Timur is killed and Luis makes his way to the airport, soon after kills Bulgarin.

Mission appearances : Boulevard Baby, Going Deep, Dropping In, Departure Time (Killed)

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

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Devin Weston
Devin Weston is one of the two main antagonists of Grand Theft Auto V. He is a wealthy investor described by Lester Crest as a 'pseudo-liberal', and a majority shareholder in Merryweather Security, owning 11% of its stock. He is one of the most powerful and richest men in Los Santos, with connections to everyone from FIB agent Steve Haines to Solomon Richards. He hires Trevor, Franklin and Lamar to steal several vehicles for him before refusing to pay, and uses Michael in his plan to redevelop the land occupied by the Richards Majestic Productions studio into condominiums (although this ultimately falls through). After Michael accidentally causes the death of Devin's lawyer Molly Schultz, Weston sends his men to kill Michael's family, however Michael manages to stop them. Weston orders Franklin to murder Michael, but the player has a choice to kidnap him as Trevor, before the three protagonists put Weston in a car and push it off a cliff, killing him.
Mission appearances: By The Book, Blitz Play, I Fought The Law..., Eye In The Sky, Deep Inside, Legal Trouble, Meltdown, The Time's Come(Survives, Option B), The Third Way (Killed, Option C
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Steve Haines
Steve Haines is one of the two main antagonists of Grand Theft Auto V. He is a decorated FIB agent and the host of popular reality show The Underbelly Of Paradise. He forces Michael De Santa, Trevor Philips and Franklin Clinton into carrying out several missions against the IAA, however later attempts to kill Michael after the agency begins to suspect him, although this fails as the meeting between Michael and himself is ambushed by the IAA, Merryweather, and a rival FIB team. He orders Franklin to assassinate Trevor, but the player can choose to kill Haines as Trevor at a Ferris wheel on Del Perro Pier.
Mission appearances: Three's Company, By The Book, Blitz Play, Paleto Score Setup, Monkey Business, Cleaning Out the Bureau, The Wrap Up, Lamar Down, The Third Way (Killed, Option C)
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Wei Cheng
Wei Cheng is one of the two secondary antagonists of Grand Theft Auto V. He is the leader of the Los Santos Triads who seeks to expand his drug dealing business, which leads him to consider Trevor as a potential business partner, but he turns down the partnership in favor of the O'Neil brothers due to Trevor's reckless behavior, leading Trevor to kill the O'Neils. Cheng sends his men to capture Trevor, but they capture Michael instead, trying to use him to lure Trevor to them, which fails as Michael is saved by Franklin. At the end of the game, the player has a choice to kill Cheng as Franklin.
Mission appearances: Bury the Hatchet, Pack Man, Fresh Meat, The Third Way (Killed, Option C)
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Stretch
Harold Joseph, also known as Stretch, is one of the two secondary antagonists of Grand Theft Auto V. He is a senior member of the Chamberlain Gangsters Families who secretly defected to the Ballas while in prison. He sets traps for Lamar Davis, including having him kidnapped by the Ballas, although Lamar is later saved by Franklin. At the end of the game, the player is given a choice to kill him as Michael.

Mission appearances: The Long Stretch, Hood Safari, I Fought The Law, Lamar Down, The Third Way (Killed, Option C)

TriviaEdit

  • King Courtney is the only antagonist who is definitely not killed.
  • Miguel and Jimmy Pegorino (Deal only) are the only antagonists to be killed by another antagonist.
  • Frank Tenpenny is the only antagonist who (accidentally) kills himself.
  • Ray BoccinoRocco Pelosi and Ray Bulgarin are antagonists that are killed by another protagonist (Ray Boccino was the rival of Johnny Klebitz and was killed by Niko Bellic, Rocco Pelosi was the rival of Luis Lopez and was killed by Michael De Santa and Ray Bulgarin was the rival of Niko Bellic and was killed by Luis Lopez), although Bulgarin was an enemy of both Niko and Luis.
  • Miguel, Ryder, and Rocco Pelosi are the only antagonists that did not directly attempt to kill the protagonist.
  • Massimo Torini and Diego Mendez are the only antagonists who do not directly talk to the protagonist.
  • Lance Vance and Salvatore Leone are also deuteragonists in other games.
  • Grand Theft Auto V is the only game in which all of the main antagonists can survive, as the player (as Franklin) can choose to kill one of the other two protagonists.
  • In Grand Theft Auto IVThe Lost and Damned and Grand Theft Auto V, the protagonist can betray an antagonist, instead of the other way around, (in which it was Niko who betrayed Jimmy Pegorino in the Revenge ending, Johnny who betrayed Ray Boccino, and Franklin who betrayed Devin Weston).
  • Lance Vance and Wu Lee are the only antagonists to be related to a protagonist.
  • Lance Vance and Stretch are the only antagonists to simultaneously be tritagonists.

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