One possible depiction of Arthur Stubbs
|Appearance(s):||The Lost and Damned|
|Full name:||Arthur Stubbs|
|Date of birth:||1930 (Weazel News)|
1925 (Liberty Tree)
|Date of death:||2008 (78) or (83)|
|Family:||Thomas Stubbs III (Nephew)|
Arthur Stubbs is a character who appears as a minor character in The Lost and Damned.
Arthur Stubbs is the uncle of Thomas Stubbs III, being part of the Stubbs political elites who is painted as a prominent civil rights activist, humanitarian and a member of a secret society, but yet is stated to only be "a passionate democrat when it suited him" and is an "elitist who hated poor people".
During "Politics", Arthur arrives in Liberty City to attend a family meeting regarding the matter of aiding "rich people people upset by the recent problems at The Exchange". Thomas orders Johnny Klebitz to kill him as he arrives at Francis International Airport in order to secure Arthur's fortune for his re-election, ordering Johnny to stage the killing as if it is a terrorist attack to avoid being implicated. Klebitz then proceeds to the airport and executes Stubbs.
- Politics (Killed)
- News reports provide conflicting accounts of Stubbs' age. A Weazel News report covering his assassination describes him as being 78 years old, while the Liberty Tree website's article refers to him as a 83-year old.
- His physical appearance during Politics is much younger than that of a 78 or 83 year old man, appearing to be younger than his nephew). This is due to the fact that his character model is merely that of a generic business suit-clad pedestrian model, commonly found in lower Algonquin. The Lost and Damned characters