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|name = Ricardo Díaz
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|image = RicardoDiaz-GTAVC.jpg
 
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|games = [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA Vice City]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]]
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|games = ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]''<br>''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]''
|name = Ricardo Diaz
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|aka = Mr. Coke<br>Mr. Díaz<br>Angry Midget
|aka = Mr. Diaz
 
 
|gender = M
 
|gender = M
|pob = Colombia
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|status = [[Rub Out|Deceased]]
|home = [[Vercetti Estate|Diaz' Mansion]], [[Starfish Island]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]
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|dob = [[1942]]
|nationality = Colombian
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|pob = [[Colombia]]
|family =
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|dod = [[1986]] <small>(Aged 44)</small>
|affiliations = [[Victor Vance]]<br>[[Lance Vance]]<br>[[Diaz's Gang|Diaz' Gang]]<br>[[Gonzalez]]<br>[[Juan Cortez]]<br>[[Tommy Vercetti]]<br>[[Mike (GTA VC)|Mike]]
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|home = [[Vercetti Estate|Diaz' Mansion]], [[Starfish Island]], [[Vice City (3D Universe)|Vice City]]
|vehicles = Grey [[Admiral]]<br> [[Squalo]]<br>[[Cheetah]]<br>[[Infernus]]<br>White [[Stretch]]
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|nationality = {{Flagicon|Colombia|Flag of Colombia}} [[Colombia|Colombian]]
|businesses = Drugs Trade<br>Protection
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|family = Unnamed brother <small>(Deceased)
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|affiliations = [[Diaz's Gang]]<br>[[Victor Vance]] <small>(Formerly)</small><br>[[Lance Vance]] <small>(Formerly)</small><br>[[Gonzalez]]<br>[[Juan Cortez]] <small>(Formerly)</small><br>[[Tommy Vercetti]] <small>(Formerly)</small>
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|vehicles = Grey [[Admiral]]<br>[[Squalo]]<br>[[Cheetah]]<br>[[Infernus]]<br>White [[Stretch]]
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|businesses = Drugs dealing<br>Racketeering
 
|voice = [[Luis Guzmán]]
 
|voice = [[Luis Guzmán]]
|status = [[Rub Out|Deceased]]
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|dod = 1986 (aged 44)
 
|dob = 1942}}
 
 
{{Quote|These idiots, they're always trying to screw you. That's the problem with this business...soon every mom and pop will think they can sell gallo in Vice City!|Ricardo Diaz}}
 
   
'''Ricardo Diaz''' was a character in the ''[[Grand Theft Auto]]'' series who appears as a main character and the tertiary antagonist in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]'' and as a main character in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]''.
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{{Quote|These idiots, they're always trying to screw you. That's the problem with this business...soon every mom and pop will think they can sell gallo in Vice City!| Ricardo Diaz}}
   
Diaz is the leader of his own [[Diaz' Gang|gang]] and, by 1986, is the drug baron of [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]].
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'''Ricardo Díaz''' was a character in the ''[[Grand Theft Auto]]'' series who appears as a main character and the tertiary antagonist in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]'' and as a main character in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]''.
   
Ricardo Diaz was voiced by [[Luis Guzmán]].
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Diaz is the leader of his own [[Diaz' Gang|drug cartel]] and, by 1986, is the drug baron of [[Vice City (3D Universe)|Vice City]].
   
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
Ricardo Diaz was born in [[Colombia]] on [[1942]] and moved to the [[United States]] in 1978, bribing the INS for a green card, before moving to [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] in the early 1980s.
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Ricardo Diaz was born in [[Colombia]] on [[1942]] and moved to the [[United States]] in [[1978]], bribing the INS for a green card, before moving to [[Vice City (3D Universe)|Vice City]] in the early 1980s.
   
 
==Events of ''GTA Vice City Stories''==
 
==Events of ''GTA Vice City Stories''==
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He later appears at one of Juan Cortez' [[The Party|parties]], which was also attended by Forelli representative [[Tommy Vercetti]]. Cortez begins to investigate the deal and discovers Gonzalez' involvement and has him [[Treacherous Swine|killed]]. Cortez openly suggests that Diaz may have been involved, but does not accuse him.
 
He later appears at one of Juan Cortez' [[The Party|parties]], which was also attended by Forelli representative [[Tommy Vercetti]]. Cortez begins to investigate the deal and discovers Gonzalez' involvement and has him [[Treacherous Swine|killed]]. Cortez openly suggests that Diaz may have been involved, but does not accuse him.
   
Cortez does employ Vercetti and Lance Vance to [[Guardian Angels|protect]] him in a deal with the [[Cubans]] from Haitians, which results in Diaz hiring the two for other jobs. Diaz first has the two deal with the Streetwannabe's, who have been stealing three percent of his profits, first [[The Chase|following]] a gang member to an abandoned home and then [[Phnom Penh '86|attacking]] the home, killing a number of the gangs members. Later, Diaz has the two [[The Fastest Boat|steal the fastest boat]] in the city and then use the boat to [[Supply & Demand|purchase drugs]] from a dealer, before escaping the other potential buyers.
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Cortez does employ Vercetti and Lance Vance to [[Guardian Angels|protect]] him in a deal with the [[Cubans]] from Haitians, which results in Diaz hiring the two for other jobs. Diaz first has the two deal with the [[Sharks]], who have been stealing three percent of his profits, first [[The Chase|following]] a gang member to an abandoned home and then [[Phnom Penh '86|attacking]] the home, killing a number of the gangs members. Later, Diaz has the two [[The Fastest Boat|steal the fastest boat]] in the city and then use the boat to [[Supply & Demand|purchase drugs]] from a dealer, before escaping the other potential buyers.
   
 
===Death===
 
===Death===
''"You stupid pricks, look at my house, look what you done to it''  -Diaz's  last moments before his death
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{{Quote|I trusted you, Tommy! I would have had you made...|Ricardo Diaz, seconds before his death.}}
 
''"This is for my brother"  -Lance''
 
 
''"i trusted you Tommy, I would had have you made"  -''Diaz's last words
 
 
''"Say goodnight Mr. Diaz"  -Tommy and Lance kill Ricardo Diaz''
 
 
   
 
Lance eventually decides to avenge his brother’s death and kill Diaz. His plan [[Death Row|backfires]], however he is rescued from torture by Vercetti. The two of them later [[Rub Out|assault]] Diaz' mansion, killing all of his men and Diaz himself.
 
Lance eventually decides to avenge his brother’s death and kill Diaz. His plan [[Death Row|backfires]], however he is rescued from torture by Vercetti. The two of them later [[Rub Out|assault]] Diaz' mansion, killing all of his men and Diaz himself.
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The name Ricardo may be a reference to Ricardo Tubbs, a major character from the show ''Miami Vice''.
 
The name Ricardo may be a reference to Ricardo Tubbs, a major character from the show ''Miami Vice''.
   
The 1983 film ''Scarface'' may also be an influence of Ricardo Diaz' character, through the characters Hector the Toad (a Colombian) and Tony Montana. Diaz' mansion is similar to Montana's, whilst Diaz wears the exact same clothes as Montana during the drug deal and famous chainsaw torture scene. The appearance of Diaz is also similar to Hector. Diaz' actions in scuttling the Forelli-Vance drug transaction and his men's torture of Lance is similar to how Hector betrayed Montana.
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The 1983 film ''Scarface'' may also be an influence of Ricardo Diaz' character, through the characters Frank Lopez and Tony Montana. Diaz' mansion is similar to Montana's, whilst Diaz wears exactly the same clothes as Montana during the drug deal and famous chainsaw torture scene. Diaz' actions in scuttling the Forelli-Vance drug transaction and his men's torture of Lance is similar to how Frank betrayed Montana, additionally, the way Tommy and Lance kill Diaz and take his empire is similar to how Manny Ribera kills Frank for Tony and Tony takes Frank's empire.
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Another likely inspiration is the character "El Gato" from 80s TV Show Miami Vice. Like Diaz he is of short stature and frequently loses his temper. He also uses a Magnum revolver as his weapon of choice.
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==Mission appearances==
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;GTA Vice City
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*[[The Party]]
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*[[Guardian Angels]]
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*[[The Chase]] <small>(Boss)</small>
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*[[Phnom Penh '86]] <small>(Boss)</small>
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*[[The Fastest Boat]] <small>(Boss)</small>
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*[[Supply & Demand]] <small>(Boss)</small>
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*[[Rub Out]] <small>(Killed)</small>
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;GTA Vice City Stories
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*[[Steal the Deal]] <small>(Boss)</small>
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*[[The Exchange (GTA VCS)|The Exchange]] <small>(Boss)</small>
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*[[Farewell to Arms]]
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*[[Domo Arigato Domestoboto]] <small>(Boss)</small>
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*[[Light My Pyre]] <small>(Post-mission pager message)</small>
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*[[Over The Top]] <small>(Boss)</small>
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*[[Last Stand]] <small>(Boss)</small>
   
 
==VCPD Crime Tree Record==
 
==VCPD Crime Tree Record==
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Diaz has a gold plated Desert Eagle .50, that he uses to shoot his VCR at the beginning of [[Supply & Demand]].
 
*Diaz has a gold plated Desert Eagle .50, that he uses to shoot his VCR at the beginning of [[Supply & Demand]].
*Non-chronologically, Ricardo is one of the antagonist to be killed in their first appearance (GTA VC) and to reappear in another game (GTA VCS), the other being [[Catalina]], [[Salvatore Leone]] [[Billy Grey]] and [[Gonzalez]].
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*Non-chronologically, Ricardo is one of five antagonists to be killed in their first appearance (GTA VC) and to reappear in another game (GTA VCS), the others being [[Catalina]], [[Salvatore Leone]], [[Billy Grey]] and [[Gonzalez]].
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* He is worried about competition since he doesn't like any independent business in his territory or the [[Forelli]] crime family expanding into Vice City.
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*Diaz is on the cover of "Crime" Magazine as the "Man of the Year, 1986" award (Can be best seen in PC version with resolution turned on max. It's in Ocean Beach save location. On the coffee table. Appears later on in the game. Use the sniper scope ). This is an obvious spoof of Time Magazine and its "Man of the Year" Award.
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*A running gag in the opening cutscenes of the missions that Tommy performs for him depicts him losing his temper causing him to either shoot his gun or destroy various objects:
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**Knocking his TV to the floor when the horse that he bet on lost threatening to have its head chopped off. ([[The Chase]] )
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**While walking down the stairs of his mansion and talking to someone on the other line on his phone, he asks that [[Sharks' Leader|person]] (the [[Sharks]]' leader) "What Kind of incompetent fool are you?" then shouts Fool four times in succession, subsequently throwing his phone to the ground and destroying it after saying "Fool" for the fourth time. While talking to Tommy and still irate, he throws a vase to the floor. ([[Phnom Penh '86]])
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**Shooting a Pigeon with a [[shotgun]] for defecating in his [[Admiral]] and then saying "not so pleased with yourself now, huh" and then laughs. Tommy can be seen standing behind him telling him to watch where he is waving his gun. At the end of the cutscene, he shoots another bird twice. ([[The Fastest Boat]])
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**Shooting his VCR player when he thought his tape was stuck inside. Tommy then tells him that the VCR is probably not plugged in. ([[Supply & Demand]])
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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RicardoDiaz-Artwork.jpg|Concept artwork of Ricardo Diaz for GTA Vice City.
 
RicardoDiaz-Artwork.jpg|Concept artwork of Ricardo Diaz for GTA Vice City.
 
RicardoDiaz-Artwork2.jpg|Concept artwork of Ricardo Diaz for GTA Vice City Stories.
 
RicardoDiaz-Artwork2.jpg|Concept artwork of Ricardo Diaz for GTA Vice City Stories.
GuardianAngels-GTAVC2.jpg|Ricardo Diaz meeting Tommy Vercetti and Lance Vance, from Guardian Angels. Note Diaz's special Admiral in the back
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GuardianAngels-GTAVC2.jpg|Ricardo Diaz meeting Tommy Vercetti and Lance Vance, from Guardian Angels. Note Diaz's special Admiral in the back.
 
TheChase-GTAVC.jpg|Ricardo Diaz giving Tommy Vercetti instructions, from The Chase.
 
TheChase-GTAVC.jpg|Ricardo Diaz giving Tommy Vercetti instructions, from The Chase.
 
TheExchange-GTAVCS.jpg|Ricardo Diaz with Lance Vance and Victor Vance, from The Exchange.
 
TheExchange-GTAVCS.jpg|Ricardo Diaz with Lance Vance and Victor Vance, from The Exchange.
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DiazMansion.jpg|Ricardo Diaz' partially built mansion in 1984.
 
DiazMansion.jpg|Ricardo Diaz' partially built mansion in 1984.
 
VercettiEstate-GTAVC-exterior.jpg|Ricardo Diaz' mansion in 1986.
 
VercettiEstate-GTAVC-exterior.jpg|Ricardo Diaz' mansion in 1986.
TheFastestBoat-GTAVC.jpg|Diaz's Squalo
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TheFastestBoat-GTAVC.jpg|Diaz's Squalo.
 
RicardoDiaz-Artwork3.jpg|Ricardo Diaz' concept artwork with his beta name, Fernando Diaz.
 
RicardoDiaz-Artwork3.jpg|Ricardo Diaz' concept artwork with his beta name, Fernando Diaz.
diaztommymissionstart.jpg|Tommy Vercetti and Lance Vance trying to get in diaz's mansion.
 
 
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==Mission appearances==
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==Navigation==
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*[[The Fastest Boat]] <small>(Boss)</small>
 
*[[Supply & Demand]] <small>(Boss)</small>
 
*[[Rub Out]] <small>(Boss, Betrayal, Killed by [[Tommy Vercetti]] and [[Lance Vance]])</small>
 
 
;GTA Vice City Stories
 
*[[Steal the Deal]] <small>(Boss)</small>
 
*[[The Exchange (GTA VCS)|The Exchange]] <small>(Boss)</small>
 
*[[Farewell to Arms]]
 
*[[Domo Arigato Domestoboto]] <small>(Boss)</small>
 
*[[Light My Pyre]] <small>(post-mission pager message)</small>
 
*[[Over The Top]] <small>(Boss)</small>
 
*[[Last Stand]] <small>(Boss)</small>
 
 
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{{GTA Vice City Stories Characters}}
 
 
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Latest revision as of 01:31, December 19, 2014



CHARACTER
Ricardo Díaz
RicardoDiaz-GTAVC
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
Full name: Ricardo Díaz
Also known as: Mr. Coke
Mr. Díaz
Angry Midget
Status: Deceased
Gender: Male
Date of birth: 1942
Place of birth: Colombia
Date of death: 1986 (Aged 44)
Home: Diaz' Mansion, Starfish Island, Vice City
Nationality: Flag of Colombia Colombian
Family: Unnamed brother (Deceased)
Main affiliation: Diaz's Gang
Victor Vance (Formerly)
Lance Vance (Formerly)
Gonzalez
Juan Cortez (Formerly)
Tommy Vercetti (Formerly)
Vehicle(s): Grey Admiral
Squalo
Cheetah
Infernus
White Stretch
Businesses: Drugs dealing
Racketeering
Voiced by: Luis Guzmán
"These idiots, they're always trying to screw you. That's the problem with this business...soon every mom and pop will think they can sell gallo in Vice City!"
― Ricardo Diaz

Ricardo Díaz was a character in the Grand Theft Auto series who appears as a main character and the tertiary antagonist in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and as a main character in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.

Diaz is the leader of his own drug cartel and, by 1986, is the drug baron of Vice City.

BackgroundEdit

Ricardo Diaz was born in Colombia on 1942 and moved to the United States in 1978, bribing the INS for a green card, before moving to Vice City in the early 1980s.

Events of GTA Vice City StoriesEdit

RicardoDiaz-GTAVCS

Ricardo Diaz in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.

Diaz invests money into a mansion on the expensive Starfish Island and, whilst his home is partially built, meets and befriends Lance and Victor Vance. He has them steal a drugs shipment of Juan Cortez, under the supervision of Gonzalez, which Vic does successfully. Following his success, Diaz decides to employ Vic more work and has him go to a meeting with the DEA, which is ambushed by Gonzalez and his crew, although Vic manages to kill Gonzalez' men and make the deal with the DEA, securing Diaz gets a large supply of heavy duty guns. Diaz becomes aware that Gonzalez has betrayed Colonel Juan Cortez and explains to Gonzalez that he will inform him of all of Cortez' drug deals, with Diaz ordering Victor to drive Gonzalez to the airport.

Lance Vance then borrows money from Diaz and has his brother work to repay the debt, with Diaz having Vic destroy Armando Mendez' bearer bonds using a Domestobot, before having him steal an attack helicopter from the Fort Baxter Air Base in order to attack the Mendez Compound in Downtown, Vice City. Having been successful in stealing the helicopter, Vic attacks the Mendez Compound on Diaz' orders and kills both Diego Mendez and Jerry Martinez. Following this, Vic and Lance decide to leave Vice City.

Events of GTA Vice CityEdit

Sometime in between 1984 and 1986, Diaz establishes himself as the drug baron of Vice City and finishes the building of his mansion. His drug habit continues and he has become far more paranoid. Diaz sets up a number of foundations across Vice City and Latin America, although the Vice City Police Department believe them to be a front, whilst they also suspect him of eighteen murders. Diaz has also established a protection racket in the city. Diaz, continuing to use information from Gonzalez, has a drug deal between the Forelli Family and the Vance Crime Family ambushed, stealing both the drugs and money.

He later appears at one of Juan Cortez' parties, which was also attended by Forelli representative Tommy Vercetti. Cortez begins to investigate the deal and discovers Gonzalez' involvement and has him killed. Cortez openly suggests that Diaz may have been involved, but does not accuse him.

Cortez does employ Vercetti and Lance Vance to protect him in a deal with the Cubans from Haitians, which results in Diaz hiring the two for other jobs. Diaz first has the two deal with the Sharks, who have been stealing three percent of his profits, first following a gang member to an abandoned home and then attacking the home, killing a number of the gangs members. Later, Diaz has the two steal the fastest boat in the city and then use the boat to purchase drugs from a dealer, before escaping the other potential buyers.

DeathEdit

"I trusted you, Tommy! I would have had you made..."
―Ricardo Diaz, seconds before his death.

Lance eventually decides to avenge his brother’s death and kill Diaz. His plan backfires, however he is rescued from torture by Vercetti. The two of them later assault Diaz' mansion, killing all of his men and Diaz himself.

DevelopmentEdit

Concept art on the Rockstar North's website shows that the working name for Ricardo Diaz was "Fernando Diaz".

The name Ricardo may be a reference to Ricardo Tubbs, a major character from the show Miami Vice.

The 1983 film Scarface may also be an influence of Ricardo Diaz' character, through the characters Frank Lopez and Tony Montana. Diaz' mansion is similar to Montana's, whilst Diaz wears exactly the same clothes as Montana during the drug deal and famous chainsaw torture scene. Diaz' actions in scuttling the Forelli-Vance drug transaction and his men's torture of Lance is similar to how Frank betrayed Montana, additionally, the way Tommy and Lance kill Diaz and take his empire is similar to how Manny Ribera kills Frank for Tony and Tony takes Frank's empire.

Another likely inspiration is the character "El Gato" from 80s TV Show Miami Vice. Like Diaz he is of short stature and frequently loses his temper. He also uses a Magnum revolver as his weapon of choice.

Mission appearancesEdit

GTA Vice City
GTA Vice City Stories

VCPD Crime Tree RecordEdit

  • Gun collector. Always armed.
  • Has private army/militia and is heavily guarded at all times.
  • Has been involved in long running battle for control of narcotics business in Vice City.
  • Known to have bribed police and officials within the town.
  • Feared due to reputation for unpredictable behavior.
  • Thought to be responsible for 18 murders.
  • Extremely dangerous.
  • Bribed INS for Green card in 1978. Entered country from Colombia.
  • Contacts in Colombia believe he is major player in narcotics industry and anti-government activity.
  • Extremely popular philanthropist. Gives to various Ricardo Diaz foundations across Vice City and Central and South America. All are believed to be a front.
  • Short in size, is believed to suffer from Napoleon complex.
  • Medical records show he has over-active glands and sweats more than is socially acceptable.

TriviaEdit

  • Diaz has a gold plated Desert Eagle .50, that he uses to shoot his VCR at the beginning of Supply & Demand.
  • Non-chronologically, Ricardo is one of five antagonists to be killed in their first appearance (GTA VC) and to reappear in another game (GTA VCS), the others being Catalina, Salvatore Leone, Billy Grey and Gonzalez.
  • He is worried about competition since he doesn't like any independent business in his territory or the Forelli crime family expanding into Vice City.
  • Diaz is on the cover of "Crime" Magazine as the "Man of the Year, 1986" award (Can be best seen in PC version with resolution turned on max. It's in Ocean Beach save location. On the coffee table. Appears later on in the game. Use the sniper scope ). This is an obvious spoof of Time Magazine and its "Man of the Year" Award.
  • A running gag in the opening cutscenes of the missions that Tommy performs for him depicts him losing his temper causing him to either shoot his gun or destroy various objects:
    • Knocking his TV to the floor when the horse that he bet on lost threatening to have its head chopped off. (The Chase )
    • While walking down the stairs of his mansion and talking to someone on the other line on his phone, he asks that person (the Sharks' leader) "What Kind of incompetent fool are you?" then shouts Fool four times in succession, subsequently throwing his phone to the ground and destroying it after saying "Fool" for the fourth time. While talking to Tommy and still irate, he throws a vase to the floor. (Phnom Penh '86)
    • Shooting a Pigeon with a shotgun for defecating in his Admiral and then saying "not so pleased with yourself now, huh" and then laughs. Tommy can be seen standing behind him telling him to watch where he is waving his gun. At the end of the cutscene, he shoots another bird twice. (The Fastest Boat)
    • Shooting his VCR player when he thought his tape was stuck inside. Tommy then tells him that the VCR is probably not plugged in. (Supply & Demand)

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