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{{infobox character
 
{{infobox character
 
|name = Michael Toreno
 
|name = Michael Toreno
 
|image = MikeToreno-GTASA.jpg
 
|image = MikeToreno-GTASA.jpg
|games = [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]
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|games = ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]''
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|aka = Mike<br>The Agent
 
|gender = M
 
|gender = M
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|status = Alive
 
|home = [[Mike Toreno's Ranch]], [[Tierra Robada]]
 
|home = [[Mike Toreno's Ranch]], [[Tierra Robada]]
|nationality = [[United States of America|American]]
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|nationality = {{Flagicon|United States of America|Flag of the United States}} [[United States of America|American]]
|affiliations = [[Carl Johnson]]<br>[[Sweet]]<br>[[Ryder]] (formerly)<br>[[Big Smoke]]'s Crack Empire (formerly)<br>[[T-Bone Mendez]] (formerly)<br>[[Jizzy B.]] (formerly)<br>[[Loco Syndicate]](formerly)<br>Unknown goverment Agency
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|affiliations = Unknown Government Agency<br>[[Carl Johnson]]<br>[[Loco Syndicate]] <small>(Formerly)</small><br>[[Ryder]] <small>(Formerly)</small><br>[[Big Smoke]] <small>(Formerly)</small>
|vehicles = [[Washington]]<br>Yellow [[Burrito]]
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|vehicles = [[Washington]]<br>[[Maverick]]
|businesses =
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|businesses = Government Agent<br>[[Loco Syndicate]] <small>(former)</small><br>[[CIA]] <small>(possibly)</small>
|voice = [[James Woods]]|status = Alive}}
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|voice = [[James Woods]]
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For the mission see [[Mike Toreno (Mission)|Mike Toreno (mission)]]
 
   
{{Quote|You know, I try to set bad people on other bad people and sometimes I let good guys die.|Mike Toreno.}}
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{{Quote|It's not all white knights and heroes. We have to make decisions, kid. You know, I try to set bad people on other bad people and sometimes I let good guys die.| Mike Toreno}}
   
'''Michael "Mike" Toreno''' is a character who appears as a main character and a key in [[GTA San Andreas]]. He is an undercover agent from a "government agency," unknown, but his later dialogue rules out the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation|FBI]]. Toreno disguises himself as a drug supplier for the [[Loco Syndicate]]. He appears as a main character In [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] and is voiced by [[James Woods]], who bears some physical resemblance to the character and is better known for his role as "Hades" in the Disney movie "Hercules" and as himself as a recurring antagonist in "Family Guy".
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'''Michael "Mike" Toreno''' is a character who appears as a central character in ''[[GTA San Andreas]]''. He is an undercover agent from an unknown "government agency". Toreno disguises himself as a drug supplier for and leader of the [[Loco Syndicate]]. He is voiced by [[James Woods]].
   
 
==Role in GTA San Andreas==
 
==Role in GTA San Andreas==
[[Carl Johnson]] first sees Mike when he and [[Cesar Vialpando|Cesar]] do some [[Photo Opportunity|snooping]] with a [[Ballas]] drug van apparently headed for [[Angel Pine]]. When Carl and Cesar arrive at the rendezvous, they witness a meeting between CJ's former friend [[Ryder]] and the leading members of a drug cartel known as the [[Loco Syndicate]], [[Jizzy B.]], [[T-Bone Mendez]] and Toreno himself.
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[[Carl Johnson]] first encounters Toreno when he and [[Cesar Vialpando|Cesar]] do some [[Photo Opportunity|snooping]] with a [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]] drug van apparently headed for [[Angel Pine]]. When Carl and Cesar arrive at the rendezvous, they witness a meeting between CJ's former friend [[Ryder]] and the leading members of a drug cartel known as the [[Loco Syndicate]], [[Jizzy B.]], [[T-Bone Mendez]] and Toreno himself.
   
The first time Carl personally meets Toreno is during Carl's brief tenure as Jizzy's hitman, after Toreno is mistakenly abducted by a gang of [[Da Nang Boys]] who are stealing one of the syndicate's drug vans with the agent inside. CJ and T-Bone [[Mike Toreno (mission)|locate the vehicle]] at the [[Easter Bay International Airport]], and free Toreno. The agent is immediately suspicious of CJ, but T-Bone Mendez convinces Toreno not to shoot him. All three then destroy the van, with the cocaine still inside in order to eliminate any evidence.
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The first time Carl personally meets Toreno is during Carl's brief tenure as Jizzy's hitman, after Toreno is abducted by a gang of [[Da Nang Boys]] who are stealing one of the syndicate's [[Burrito|drug vans]] with the agent inside. CJ and T-Bone [[Mike Toreno (mission)|locate the vehicle]] at the [[Easter Bay International Airport]], and free Toreno. The agent is immediately suspicious of CJ and pulls a gun on him, but T-Bone Mendez convinces Toreno not to shoot him. All three then destroy the van, with the cocaine still inside in order to eliminate any evidence.
   
Following the [[Ice Cold Killa|death]] of Jizzy B., the[[San Fierro Triads| Triads]] plan to [[Pier 69 (mission)|ambush]] the Syndicate's drug purchase at [[Pier 69]]. CJ assists them with a [[Sniper Rifle|sniper rifle]], but Toreno, who arrived by helicopter, notices CJ's victims on top of the pier buildings and aborts his landing. CJ later tracks the chopper to another location and [[Toreno's Last Flight|shoots it out of the sky]]; pressuming that Toreno is dead.
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Following the [[Ice Cold Killa|death]] of Jizzy B., the [[San Fierro Triads|Triads]] plan to [[Pier 69 (mission)|ambush]] the Syndicate's drug purchase at [[Pier 69]]. CJ assists them with a [[Sniper Rifle|sniper rifle]], but Toreno, who arrived by [[Maverick|helicopter]], notices CJ's victims on top of the pier buildings and aborts his landing. CJ later tracks the chopper to another location and [[Toreno's Last Flight|shoots it out of the sky]]; presuming that Toreno is dead.
   
Toreno, however, was never on the helicopter. After the Loco Syndicate plant is [[Yay Ka-Boom-Boom|destroyed]] in San Fierro, Toreno goes incognito and, using a digitally-distorted voice, calls CJ to invite him to a secluded [[Mike Toreno's Ranch|ranch]] in [[Tierra Robada]]. Carl is shocked by Toreno's survival, and curses him as a mere drug dealer but Toreno reveals that he is in fact a government agent, and explains that he was distributing the cocaine to raise funds for overseas dictators and "useful" drug suppliers.
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Toreno, however, was never on the helicopter. After the [[Yay Factory|Loco Syndicate plant]] is [[Yay Ka-Boom-Boom|destroyed]] in San Fierro, Toreno goes incognito and, using a digitally-distorted voice, calls CJ to invite him to a [[Mike Toreno's Ranch|ranch]] in [[Tierra Robada]]. Carl is shocked by Toreno's survival, and curses him as a mere drug dealer but Toreno reveals that he is in fact a government agent, and explains that he was distributing the cocaine to raise funds for overseas dictators and "useful" drug suppliers.
   
Toreno makes Carl an offer: if Carl works for him, taking down enemy agents and sabotaging rival agencies, no harm will come to Carl's brother, [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]], who is now in prison; Toreno promises that, if CJ does enough work, Sweet will be released early.
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Toreno makes Carl an offer: if Carl works for him, taking down enemy agents and sabotaging rival agencies, no harm will come to Carl's now-incarcerated brother, [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]]. If CJ does enough work for Toreno, Sweet will be granted an early release.
   
 
Toreno's assignments, which include [[Highjack|commandeering a rival agency's truck]] and [[Interdiction|shooting down FBI choppers]] from a [[Arco del Oeste|plateau]], strike CJ as almost impossible.
 
Toreno's assignments, which include [[Highjack|commandeering a rival agency's truck]] and [[Interdiction|shooting down FBI choppers]] from a [[Arco del Oeste|plateau]], strike CJ as almost impossible.
   
Later, Toreno sends Carl to [[Verdant Meadows (mission)|purchase]] the [[Verdant Meadows|Verdant Meadows Aircraft Graveyard]], a defunct landing strip in [[Bone County]], and use the facility to have CJ [[Pilot School|trained as a pilot]]. After, he immediately assigns Carl with jobs involving what he had learned from training. One time, he tasks CJ to [[N.O.E.|drop off]] a package halfway across [[State of San Andreas|the state]] using a [[Rustler|plane]]. At one point, a container jet lands without warning at the airstrip, and men in black suits and sunglasses empty out of it. Toreno instructs CJ to sneak onboard, [[Stowaway|bomb the plane]] and [[parachute]] back onto land safely.
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Later, Toreno sends Carl to [[Verdant Meadows (mission)|purchase]] the [[Verdant Meadows|Verdant Meadows Aircraft Graveyard]], a defunct landing strip in [[Bone County]], and use the facility to have CJ [[Pilot School|trained as a pilot]]. Afterwards, he immediately assigns Carl with jobs involving what he had learned from training. One time, he tasks CJ to [[N.O.E.|drop off]] a package halfway across [[State of San Andreas|the state]] using a [[Rustler|plane]]. At one point, a container jet lands without warning at the airstrip, and men in black suits and sunglasses empty out of it. Toreno instructs CJ to sneak onboard, [[Stowaway|bomb the plane]] and [[parachute]] back onto land safely.
   
 
While Toreno initially dismisses CJ as street trash, and uses Sweet as a bargaining chip to ensure CJ's obedience, his attitude changes as CJ proves his ability to get seemingly impossible jobs done, and he begins to display a sense of camaraderie with CJ, despite still thinking nothing of sending him on dangerous errands. After a lengthy hiatus, Toreno eventually returns and gives CJ one last job; he personally drives CJ to [[Easter Basin]], and sends him to infiltrate an aircraft carrier and [[Vertical Bird|steal]] a [[Hydra|V/STOL fighter jet]]. CJ successfully takes the jet, shoots down enemy planes and takes out several boats at the [[Sherman Reservoir]]; Carl is then exasperated with the danger he has been exposed to, and his rage only increases when Toreno leaves him to deal with the burden of the stolen jet.
 
While Toreno initially dismisses CJ as street trash, and uses Sweet as a bargaining chip to ensure CJ's obedience, his attitude changes as CJ proves his ability to get seemingly impossible jobs done, and he begins to display a sense of camaraderie with CJ, despite still thinking nothing of sending him on dangerous errands. After a lengthy hiatus, Toreno eventually returns and gives CJ one last job; he personally drives CJ to [[Easter Basin]], and sends him to infiltrate an aircraft carrier and [[Vertical Bird|steal]] a [[Hydra|V/STOL fighter jet]]. CJ successfully takes the jet, shoots down enemy planes and takes out several boats at the [[Sherman Reservoir]]; Carl is then exasperated with the danger he has been exposed to, and his rage only increases when Toreno leaves him to deal with the burden of the stolen jet.
   
Toreno shows up unannounced yet again in the mission [[Home Coming]], and tells Carl that he has one more mission. CJ snaps and holds a gun to Toreno's face, but Toreno is unperturbed; he tells CJ that the "mission" is simply to pick up Sweet — Toreno has seen to his early release from prison. CJ goes to pick up his brother and Toreno makes no further appearances in the game.
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Toreno shows up unannounced yet again in the mission [[Home Coming]], and tells Carl that he has one more mission. CJ snaps and holds a gun to Toreno's face, but Toreno is unperturbed; he tells CJ that the "mission" is simply to pick up Sweet — true to his word, Toreno has secured Sweet's release. CJ leaves to pick up his brother and Toreno is not seen again.
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Philosophically, Toreno is a highly cynical American imperialist. He primarily uses CJ as a courier, saboteur, and assassin. Though he knows of [[Frank Tenpenny|Tenpenny]] and [[Eddie Pulaski|Pulaski's]] dirty dealings, Toreno does not use his power to stop them — he tells CJ in one mission, "we have to make decisions, kid. You know, I try to set bad people on other bad people. And sometimes, I let good guys die." Toreno, like Tenpenny, seems to have gravitated toward committing heinous acts in the name of a greater good, but unlike Tenpenny, Toreno is not corrupted by his power. He equates maintenance of the American socioeconomic system with the continued survival of the free world. Toreno, like many major characters of San Andreas, appears in [[The Introduction]].
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Philosophically, Toreno is a highly cynical American imperialist. He primarily uses CJ as a courier, saboteur, and assassin. Though he knows of [[Frank Tenpenny|Tenpenny]] and [[Eddie Pulaski|Pulaski's]] dirty dealings, Toreno does not use his power to stop them. He tells CJ in one mission, "we have to make decisions, kid. You know, I try to set bad people on other bad people. And sometimes, I let good guys die." Toreno, like Tenpenny, seems to have gravitated toward committing heinous acts in the name of a greater good, but unlike Tenpenny, Toreno is not corrupted by his power. He equates maintenance of the American socioeconomic system with the continued survival of the free world. Unlike many other bosses Carl works for, Toreno appears to be a man of his word, as he fulfilled his promise to Carl and secured [[Sean Johnson|his brother's]] early release from prison.
   
 
==Mission appearances==
 
==Mission appearances==
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* [[The Introduction]]
 
* [[The Introduction]]
 
* [[Photo Opportunity]]
 
* [[Photo Opportunity]]
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* [[Mike Toreno (mission)|Mike Toreno]]
 
* [[Mike Toreno (mission)|Mike Toreno]]
 
* [[Outrider]]
 
* [[Outrider]]
* [[Pier 69 (mission)|Pier 69]]
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* [[Pier 69 (Mission)|Pier 69 ]]
* [[Toreno's Last Flight]] <small>(Thought to be killed)</small>
 
 
* [[Yay Ka-Boom-Boom ]] <small>(Post-mission phone call)</small>
 
* [[Yay Ka-Boom-Boom ]] <small>(Post-mission phone call)</small>
 
* [[Monster (mission)|Monster]] <small>(Voice/Boss) </small>
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*In missions, the number plate on Toreno's [[Washington]] says "OMEGA". The Washington parked at his ranch always has a random plate number.
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*During missions, the number plate on Toreno's [[Washington]] reads "OMEGA" (Outside of missions, the Washington encountered at his ranch bears a standard plate). "OMEGA" could be a reference to the movie "[[wp:True Lies|True Lies]]" OMEGA Sector, "The Last Line of Defense", something which Toreno is adamant about.
*The [[The Contact|U.L. Paper Contact]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] could be consider a counter part to Toreno as both have the same personality, both force the [[Protagonists|main characters]] of their stories to do dirty and dangerous jobs for them ([[Carl Johnson]] forced by Toreno, while [[Niko Bellic|Niko]] was forced by the U.L. Paper Contact).
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*The [[The Contact|U.L. Paper Contact]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] could be consider a counterpart to Toreno as both have the same personality, both force the [[Protagonists|main characters]] of their stories to do dirty and dangerous jobs for them ([[Carl Johnson]] forced by Toreno, while [[Niko Bellic|Niko]] was forced by the U.L. Paper Contact) and they both hint towards working for the CIA (However the U.L. Paper Contact has been confirmed to work for the [[IAA]], the [[HD Universe]] equivalent of the CIA). Near the end of the storyline, each character receives what he wanted ([[Sweet]] out of prison for CJ and [[Darko Brevic]] for Niko), to thank the protagonist for their cooperation.
*Due to his involvement in Latin American politics and cocaine trafficking, it is likely that the agency he's representing is based on the [[CIA]] set during the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CIA_and_Contras_cocaine_trafficking_in_the_US Contra war in Nicaragua].
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*Due to Toreno's involvement in [[wp:Latin America|Latin American]] politics and cocaine trafficking, it is likely that the agency he works for is based on the [[CIA]], which has often been suspected of involvement in drug trafficking, especially during the [[wp:CIA and Contras cocaine trafficking in the US|Nicaraguan Contra Wars]]. Other indications towards this are Toreno's involvement in the Loco Syndicate, an organisation involved in drug trafficking, and during [[N.O.E.]], when Toreno mentions the agencies watching him, he does not mention the CIA.
*His texture names are ''torino.txd'' and ''torino.dff'', hinting that his beta name could be Mike Torino or it's just a missspeling.
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*His texture names are ''torino.txd'' and ''torino.dff'', hinting that his beta name could have been "Mike Torino", or that it was possibly a spelling mistake.
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*The suspicious van that appeared in [[Wear Flowers In Your Hair]] could possibly belong to Toreno's men, because in the mission [[Toreno's Last Flight]], [[Wu Zi Mu]] explains to Carl that his men had tracked down a van that Carl had been looking for, and when Carl arrives at the helipad, a van can be seen parked next to it.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 19:28, September 18, 2014

For the mission see Mike Toreno (mission)
CHARACTER
Michael Toreno
MikeToreno-GTASA
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Full name: Michael Toreno
Also known as: Mike
The Agent
Status: Alive
Gender:

Male

Home: Mike Toreno's Ranch, Tierra Robada
Nationality: Flag of the United States American
Main affiliation: Unknown Government Agency
Carl Johnson
Loco Syndicate (Formerly)
Ryder (Formerly)
Big Smoke (Formerly)
Vehicle(s): Washington
Maverick
Businesses: Government Agent
Loco Syndicate (former)
CIA (possibly)
Voiced by: James Woods
"It's not all white knights and heroes. We have to make decisions, kid. You know, I try to set bad people on other bad people and sometimes I let good guys die."
― Mike Toreno

Michael "Mike" Toreno is a character who appears as a central character in GTA San Andreas. He is an undercover agent from an unknown "government agency". Toreno disguises himself as a drug supplier for and leader of the Loco Syndicate. He is voiced by James Woods.

Role in GTA San AndreasEdit

Carl Johnson first encounters Toreno when he and Cesar do some snooping with a Ballas drug van apparently headed for Angel Pine. When Carl and Cesar arrive at the rendezvous, they witness a meeting between CJ's former friend Ryder and the leading members of a drug cartel known as the Loco Syndicate, Jizzy B., T-Bone Mendez and Toreno himself.

The first time Carl personally meets Toreno is during Carl's brief tenure as Jizzy's hitman, after Toreno is abducted by a gang of Da Nang Boys who are stealing one of the syndicate's drug vans with the agent inside. CJ and T-Bone locate the vehicle at the Easter Bay International Airport, and free Toreno. The agent is immediately suspicious of CJ and pulls a gun on him, but T-Bone Mendez convinces Toreno not to shoot him. All three then destroy the van, with the cocaine still inside in order to eliminate any evidence.

Following the death of Jizzy B., the Triads plan to ambush the Syndicate's drug purchase at Pier 69. CJ assists them with a sniper rifle, but Toreno, who arrived by helicopter, notices CJ's victims on top of the pier buildings and aborts his landing. CJ later tracks the chopper to another location and shoots it out of the sky; presuming that Toreno is dead.

Toreno, however, was never on the helicopter. After the Loco Syndicate plant is destroyed in San Fierro, Toreno goes incognito and, using a digitally-distorted voice, calls CJ to invite him to a ranch in Tierra Robada. Carl is shocked by Toreno's survival, and curses him as a mere drug dealer but Toreno reveals that he is in fact a government agent, and explains that he was distributing the cocaine to raise funds for overseas dictators and "useful" drug suppliers.

Toreno makes Carl an offer: if Carl works for him, taking down enemy agents and sabotaging rival agencies, no harm will come to Carl's now-incarcerated brother, Sweet. If CJ does enough work for Toreno, Sweet will be granted an early release.

Toreno's assignments, which include commandeering a rival agency's truck and shooting down FBI choppers from a plateau, strike CJ as almost impossible.

Later, Toreno sends Carl to purchase the Verdant Meadows Aircraft Graveyard, a defunct landing strip in Bone County, and use the facility to have CJ trained as a pilot. Afterwards, he immediately assigns Carl with jobs involving what he had learned from training. One time, he tasks CJ to drop off a package halfway across the state using a plane. At one point, a container jet lands without warning at the airstrip, and men in black suits and sunglasses empty out of it. Toreno instructs CJ to sneak onboard, bomb the plane and parachute back onto land safely.

While Toreno initially dismisses CJ as street trash, and uses Sweet as a bargaining chip to ensure CJ's obedience, his attitude changes as CJ proves his ability to get seemingly impossible jobs done, and he begins to display a sense of camaraderie with CJ, despite still thinking nothing of sending him on dangerous errands. After a lengthy hiatus, Toreno eventually returns and gives CJ one last job; he personally drives CJ to Easter Basin, and sends him to infiltrate an aircraft carrier and steal a V/STOL fighter jet. CJ successfully takes the jet, shoots down enemy planes and takes out several boats at the Sherman Reservoir; Carl is then exasperated with the danger he has been exposed to, and his rage only increases when Toreno leaves him to deal with the burden of the stolen jet.

Toreno shows up unannounced yet again in the mission Home Coming, and tells Carl that he has one more mission. CJ snaps and holds a gun to Toreno's face, but Toreno is unperturbed; he tells CJ that the "mission" is simply to pick up Sweet — true to his word, Toreno has secured Sweet's release. CJ leaves to pick up his brother and Toreno is not seen again.

PersonalityEdit

Philosophically, Toreno is a highly cynical American imperialist. He primarily uses CJ as a courier, saboteur, and assassin. Though he knows of Tenpenny and Pulaski's dirty dealings, Toreno does not use his power to stop them. He tells CJ in one mission, "we have to make decisions, kid. You know, I try to set bad people on other bad people. And sometimes, I let good guys die." Toreno, like Tenpenny, seems to have gravitated toward committing heinous acts in the name of a greater good, but unlike Tenpenny, Toreno is not corrupted by his power. He equates maintenance of the American socioeconomic system with the continued survival of the free world. Unlike many other bosses Carl works for, Toreno appears to be a man of his word, as he fulfilled his promise to Carl and secured his brother's early release from prison.

Mission appearancesEdit

GTA San Andreas

TriviaEdit

  • During missions, the number plate on Toreno's Washington reads "OMEGA" (Outside of missions, the Washington encountered at his ranch bears a standard plate). "OMEGA" could be a reference to the movie "True Lies" OMEGA Sector, "The Last Line of Defense", something which Toreno is adamant about.
  • The U.L. Paper Contact in Grand Theft Auto IV could be consider a counterpart to Toreno as both have the same personality, both force the main characters of their stories to do dirty and dangerous jobs for them (Carl Johnson forced by Toreno, while Niko was forced by the U.L. Paper Contact) and they both hint towards working for the CIA (However the U.L. Paper Contact has been confirmed to work for the IAA, the HD Universe equivalent of the CIA). Near the end of the storyline, each character receives what he wanted (Sweet out of prison for CJ and Darko Brevic for Niko), to thank the protagonist for their cooperation.
  • Due to Toreno's involvement in Latin American politics and cocaine trafficking, it is likely that the agency he works for is based on the CIA, which has often been suspected of involvement in drug trafficking, especially during the Nicaraguan Contra Wars. Other indications towards this are Toreno's involvement in the Loco Syndicate, an organisation involved in drug trafficking, and during N.O.E., when Toreno mentions the agencies watching him, he does not mention the CIA.
  • His texture names are torino.txd and torino.dff, hinting that his beta name could have been "Mike Torino", or that it was possibly a spelling mistake.
  • The suspicious van that appeared in Wear Flowers In Your Hair could possibly belong to Toreno's men, because in the mission Toreno's Last Flight, Wu Zi Mu explains to Carl that his men had tracked down a van that Carl had been looking for, and when Carl arrives at the helipad, a van can be seen parked next to it.

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