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|for=[[Cesar Vialpando]]
 
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|location=[[Doherty]], [[San Fierro]], [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]]
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|location=[[Doherty]], [[San Fierro (3D Universe)|San Fierro]]
|target=[[Stratum]]
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|target=Steal the [[Stratum]]
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|fail=[[Wasted]]<br>[[Busted]]<br>[[Stratum]] destroyed<br>[[Stratum]] reached Angel Pine<br>[[Tampa]] destroyed<br>Out of stingers
 
|reward= [[Money|$5000]], [[Respect]]
 
|reward= [[Money|$5000]], [[Respect]]
 
|unlocks= [[Stratum]] in [[Wang Cars]], Asset Acquired for Wang Cars
 
|unlocks= [[Stratum]] in [[Wang Cars]], Asset Acquired for Wang Cars
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'''Puncture Wounds''' is the last mission in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]], given to [[protagonist]] [[Carl Johnson]] by [[Varrios Los Aztecas]] leader [[Cesar Vialpando]] from [[Doherty Garage|Carl's garage]] in the [[Doherty]] district of [[San Fierro]], [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]].
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'''Puncture Wounds''' is a mission in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]], given to [[protagonist]] [[Carl Johnson]] by [[Varrios Los Aztecas (3D Universe)|Varrios Los Aztecas]] leader [[Cesar Vialpando]] from [[Doherty Garage|Carl's garage]] in the [[Doherty]] district of [[San Fierro (3D Universe)|San Fierro]].
   
 
==Mission==
 
==Mission==
[[Dwaine]], [[Jethro]] and Carl are all being idle, until Cesar comes in the garage in a [[Remington]]. Cesar has found yet another car on the wishlist but the [[Stratum|vehicle]] is too fast and the driver is too quick. Cesar is infuriated since he cannot catch the car. Carl then comes up with an idea to use stinger traps in order to stop the vehicle and have a chance obtain it, as its tires will be punctured.
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[[Dwaine]], [[Jethro]], and Carl are all being idle, until Cesar comes in the garage in a [[Remington]]. Cesar has found yet another car on the wishlist but the [[Stratum|vehicle]] is too fast and the driver is too quick. Cesar is infuriated since he cannot catch the car. Carl then comes up with an idea to use stinger traps in order to stop the vehicle and have a chance to obtain it, as its tires will be punctured.
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Carl gets in a [[Tampa]] modded with three [[Spike Strip|stinger traps]] and follows the driver in the desired vehicle, who is working here way towards [[Whetstone]]. Carl eventually releases a stinger to pop the tires of the vehicle, which also results in the driver fleeing. Cesar phones him, checking on how it's going. Carl says he already got the vehicle, and says that he'll fix it first. Carl does so, and takes the vehicle back to the garage.
   
Carl gets in a [[Tampa]] modded with three stinger traps and follows the driver in the desired vehicle, who is working here way towards [[Whetstone]]. Carl eventually releases a stinger to pop the tires of the vehicle, which also results in the driver fleeing. Cesar phones him, checking on how it's going. Carl says he already got the vehicle, and says that he'll fix it first. Carl does so, and takes the vehicle back to the garage.
 
 
==Mission objectives==
 
==Mission objectives==
 
In order to complete the mission the player must:
 
In order to complete the mission the player must:
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==Reward==
 
==Reward==
 
The rewards for this mission are [[Money|$]]5,000 and an increase in [[respect]]. The showroom becomes an [[Assets in GTA San Andreas|asset]], and would generate a maximum of $8,000.
 
The rewards for this mission are [[Money|$]]5,000 and an increase in [[respect]]. The showroom becomes an [[Assets in GTA San Andreas|asset]], and would generate a maximum of $8,000.
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*This is the only mission or part of the game to use road spikes without using [[modifications]].
 
*This is the only mission or part of the game to use road spikes without using [[modifications]].
*The car CJ uses that is modded to sport road spikes bears the licence plate "DAMO666". 666 is referring to the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Number_of_the_Beast Number of the Devil] , most likely because of Cesar's comment in the opening cutscene ("That damn bitch drives like the Devil!") but the meaning of DAMO is unknown, although in Korean, a damo can be translated to "tea lady".
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*The car CJ uses that is modded to sport road spikes bears the license plate "DAMO666". 666 is referring to the [[wp:Number of the Beast|Number of the Devil]], most likely because of Cesar's comment in the opening cutscene ("That damn bitch drives like the Devil!") but the meaning of DAMO is unknown, although in Korean, a damo can be translated to "tea lady".
*Just like the first car, the targeted car also has a unique licence plate that humorously reads "TIGER CUM".
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*Just like the first car, the targeted car also has a unique licence plate that humorously reads "TIGER CUM". This, unintentionally and further in the future, is a pun on "Tiger Mom".
 
*If the car is popped via gunfire, Cesar will not call CJ but instead immediately get in the car.
 
*If the car is popped via gunfire, Cesar will not call CJ but instead immediately get in the car.
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*If you fail to catch the car, the driver will go to the [[Angel Pine]] [[Ammu-Nation|Ammunation]], entering the garage and therefore failing the mission. But, oddly, even though she enters the garage (use modifications to do it), she will keep driving like there was no obstacles in front of her.
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*If you attack the driver (the wealthy female woman in a red dress), they will turn and attack the player aggressively even if player shoot them with guns. In normal gameplay, that driver will usually [[Bail Out|bail out]] and abandon his car when his car is shot. That same pedestrian will also flee when attacked, except when she was looking at the stores or was sitting before.
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*The wealthy female in the red dress was also [[Alan Crawford]]'s escort in the mission [[Management Issues]].
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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[[File:GTA San Andreas - Walkthrough - Mission 64 - Puncture Wounds (HD)|thumb|left|554 px]]
 
[[File:GTA San Andreas - Walkthrough - Mission 64 - Puncture Wounds (HD)|thumb|left|554 px]]
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Latest revision as of 01:34, August 29, 2014

MISSION
Puncture Wounds
PunctureWounds-GTASA
Carl Johnson and Cesar Vialpando talking about stealing a Stratum
Game: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
For: Cesar Vialpando
Location: Doherty, San Fierro
Target: Steal the Stratum
Conditions of mission failure: Wasted
Busted
Stratum destroyed
Stratum reached Angel Pine
Tampa destroyed
Out of stingers
Reward: $5000, Respect
Unlocks: Stratum in Wang Cars, Asset Acquired for Wang Cars
Unlocked by: Customs Fast Track
"Popped her! Just about to fix the tires, should be back any minute."
— Carl Johnson.

Puncture Wounds is a mission in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, given to protagonist Carl Johnson by Varrios Los Aztecas leader Cesar Vialpando from Carl's garage in the Doherty district of San Fierro.

MissionEdit

Dwaine, Jethro, and Carl are all being idle, until Cesar comes in the garage in a Remington. Cesar has found yet another car on the wishlist but the vehicle is too fast and the driver is too quick. Cesar is infuriated since he cannot catch the car. Carl then comes up with an idea to use stinger traps in order to stop the vehicle and have a chance to obtain it, as its tires will be punctured.

Carl gets in a Tampa modded with three stinger traps and follows the driver in the desired vehicle, who is working here way towards Whetstone. Carl eventually releases a stinger to pop the tires of the vehicle, which also results in the driver fleeing. Cesar phones him, checking on how it's going. Carl says he already got the vehicle, and says that he'll fix it first. Carl does so, and takes the vehicle back to the garage.

Mission objectivesEdit

In order to complete the mission the player must:

  • Get in the car. This car has been modded to use stingers
  • Burst the tires of the target car using stingers
  • Get in the car
  • Get the car back to the garage

RewardEdit

The rewards for this mission are $5,000 and an increase in respect. The showroom becomes an asset, and would generate a maximum of $8,000.

TriviaEdit

  • This is the only mission or part of the game to use road spikes without using modifications.
  • The car CJ uses that is modded to sport road spikes bears the license plate "DAMO666". 666 is referring to the Number of the Devil, most likely because of Cesar's comment in the opening cutscene ("That damn bitch drives like the Devil!") but the meaning of DAMO is unknown, although in Korean, a damo can be translated to "tea lady".
  • Just like the first car, the targeted car also has a unique licence plate that humorously reads "TIGER CUM". This, unintentionally and further in the future, is a pun on "Tiger Mom".
  • If the car is popped via gunfire, Cesar will not call CJ but instead immediately get in the car.
  • If you fail to catch the car, the driver will go to the Angel Pine Ammunation, entering the garage and therefore failing the mission. But, oddly, even though she enters the garage (use modifications to do it), she will keep driving like there was no obstacles in front of her.
  • If you attack the driver (the wealthy female woman in a red dress), they will turn and attack the player aggressively even if player shoot them with guns. In normal gameplay, that driver will usually bail out and abandon his car when his car is shot. That same pedestrian will also flee when attacked, except when she was looking at the stores or was sitting before.
  • The wealthy female in the red dress was also Alan Crawford's escort in the mission Management Issues.

See alsoEdit

Video WalkthroughEdit

GTA San Andreas - Walkthrough - Mission 64 - Puncture Wounds (HD)03:59

GTA San Andreas - Walkthrough - Mission 64 - Puncture Wounds (HD)

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