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|unlocks = [[Los Desperados]]
 
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{{Q|I don't know about that holmes. Look. The whole city is going up. People are fucking pissed off about this.|Cesar Vialpando.}}
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{{Dialogue|Sweet|Ain't nobody gonna be riotin' in my hood!|Cesar|I don't know about that, holmes. Look. The whole city is going up. People are fucking pissed off about this.| [[Sweet Johnson]] and [[Cesar Vialpando]] after riots spark due to [[Frank Tenpenny|Frank Tenpenny's]] acquital}}
   
'''Riot''' is a [[Missions in GTA San Andreas|mission]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. It is a mission [[protagonist]] [[Carl Johnson]] does independently, and is accessed from [[Madd Dogg's Crib]], located in the [[Mulholland]] district of [[Los Santos]], [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]].
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'''Riot''' is a [[Missions in GTA San Andreas|mission]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. It is a mission [[protagonist]] [[Carl Johnson]] does independently, and is accessed from [[Madd Dogg's Crib]], located in the [[Mulholland]] district of [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]], [[San Andreas (3D Universe)|San Andreas]]. Completion of the mission will activate [[Los Santos Riots|riot mode]] until the mission [[End of the Line]].
   
 
==Mission==
 
==Mission==
[[Frank Tenpenny]], along with [[Eddie Pulaski]], has finally been charged with racketeering, corruption, narcotics and sexual assault. The whole gang, composed of Carl, [[Cesar Vialpando|Cesar]], [[The Truth]], [[Kendl Johnson|Kendl]], [[Maccer]], [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]] and [[Madd Dogg]], are gathered in Dogg's living room, watching the news coverage of the trial. The gang sit around providing a running commentary over the coverage as Carl tries to get them to be quiet so that they can hear what's going on. Sweet thinks that Tenpenny will get 20 years, but Cesar disagrees, pointing out that cops get off lightly in the justice system.
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[[Frank Tenpenny]], along with [[Eddie Pulaski]], has finally been charged with racketeering, corruption, narcotics and sexual assault. The whole gang, composed of Carl, [[Cesar Vialpando|Cesar]], [[The Truth]], [[Kendl Johnson|Kendl]], [[Maccer]], [[Sean Johnson|Sweet]] and [[Madd Dogg]], are gathered in Dogg's living room, watching the news coverage of the trial. The gang sit around providing a running commentary over the coverage as Carl tries to get them to be quiet so that they can hear what's going on. Sweet thinks that Tenpenny will get [[2012|20 years]], but Cesar disagrees, pointing out that cops get off lightly in the justice system.
   
 
Later that day a lawyer reads out a statement that due to retracted witness statements, the [[Misappropriation|lack of evidence]] and the disappearance of both [[Jimmy Hernandez]] and Pulaski, who is believed to be on the run (although Carl [[High Noon|knows otherwise]]), all the charges against Tenpenny have been dropped and he walks out of court a free man.
 
Later that day a lawyer reads out a statement that due to retracted witness statements, the [[Misappropriation|lack of evidence]] and the disappearance of both [[Jimmy Hernandez]] and Pulaski, who is believed to be on the run (although Carl [[High Noon|knows otherwise]]), all the charges against Tenpenny have been dropped and he walks out of court a free man.
   
Tenpenny's acquittal causes public outrage and the city erupts into [[Los Santos Riots|rioting]]. Sweet is determined that there will be no rioting in [[Grove Street]] and asks Carl to take him back. Once he arrives back he sets off to lock down the "hood" and Carl leaves to see what's going on in the rest of the city.
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Tenpenny's acquittal causes public outrage and the city erupts into [[Los Santos Riots|rioting]]. Sweet is determined that there will be no rioting in [[Grove Street (3D Universe)|Grove Street]] and asks Carl to take him back. Once he arrives back he sets off to lock down the "hood" and Carl leaves to see what's going on in the rest of the city.
   
 
==Mission objectives==
 
==Mission objectives==
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==The [[Los Santos Riots]]==
 
==The [[Los Santos Riots]]==
   
There is no reward for this mission; however, after completing the mission, the [[Los Santos Riots]] -- based off of the real-life 1992 LA Riots -- will begin. Mass, malevolent rioting will be widespread in Los Santos (except for [[Mulholland]]) until [[End of the Line|the last mission]] is completed. This creates a dangerous environment; it's strongly advised that all outdoor side-missions involving Los Santos (races, courier mission, tagging, etc) be completed before the riots begin. Although the "Chaos" cheat code can be used to make rioting state-wide, the riots in the regular game do not extend beyond Los Santos, so Carl can explore other parts of the state in safety.
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There is no reward for this mission; however, after completing the mission, the [[Los Santos Riots]] -- based off of the real-life 1992 LA Riots -- will begin. Mass, malevolent rioting will be widespread in Los Santos (except for [[Mulholland]]) until [[End of the Line|the last mission]] is completed. This creates a dangerous environment; it's strongly advised that all outdoor side-missions involving Los Santos (races, courier mission, tagging, etc) be completed before the riots begin. Although the "Chaos" cheat code can be used to make rioting state-wide, the riots in the regular game do not extend beyond Los Santos, so before starting the final mission, Carl can explore other parts of the state in safety as the residents in other parts of the state are not riotting
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Characteristics of Los Santos in Riot mode include: vehicles being abandoned and set on fire (thus exploding and making carjacking a pain); increased police presence creating vulnerability to crossfire; single-star wanted levels do not disappear as quickly making the following of law a necessity; new character animations are introduced showing people carrying TV sets and other stolen goods; firefights break out across the city; Carl may now be attacked even by Grove Street members; it becomes more difficult for Carl to recruit gang members; Carl is subject to random fist-fight attacks on the street and car-jacking; and widespread fires (a hazard for Carl if he hasn't completed the [[Firefighter]] mission).
 
Characteristics of Los Santos in Riot mode include: vehicles being abandoned and set on fire (thus exploding and making carjacking a pain); increased police presence creating vulnerability to crossfire; single-star wanted levels do not disappear as quickly making the following of law a necessity; new character animations are introduced showing people carrying TV sets and other stolen goods; firefights break out across the city; Carl may now be attacked even by Grove Street members; it becomes more difficult for Carl to recruit gang members; Carl is subject to random fist-fight attacks on the street and car-jacking; and widespread fires (a hazard for Carl if he hasn't completed the [[Firefighter]] mission).
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The riots are based on the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1992_Los_Angeles_riots Los Angeles riots] that occured in 1992 (The same year San Andreas is set) similarly provoked after the trial of the police officers who used excessive force against [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodney_King Rodney King] .
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*The riots are based on the [[wp:1992 Los Angeles riots|Los Angeles riots]] that occurred in 1992 (the same year San Andreas is set) similarly provoked after the trial of the police officers who used excessive force against late [[wp:Rodney King|Rodney King]].
 
*The NPCs carrying looted items may drop them, which disappear when they are threatened.
 
*The NPCs carrying looted items may drop them, which disappear when they are threatened.
*Normally, when you threaten or kill a pedestrian that is carrying a television set, they drop it and it disappears through the map. But if you do this to someone over a bridge, the television falls through the bridge and then lands in the water. It can be swam through as it is not a solid object.
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*Normally, when you threaten or kill a [[pedestrian]] that is carrying a television set, they drop it and it disappears through the map. But if you do this to someone over a bridge, the television falls through the bridge and then lands in the water. It can be swam through as it is not a solid object.
*This is one of the only chances to get the [[Mothership]]. It can be seen with Cesar's [[Savanna|car]] and Sweet's [[Greenwood|car]]. To obtain it, just steal it then save it in a garage and complete the mission. The other way is on the mission [[Black Project]], [[Black Project/Steal The Mothership|here]].
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*This is the last chance to get [[The Truth]]'s [[Mothership]] [[Camper]]. It can be seen with Cesar's [[Savanna|car]] and Sweet's [[Greenwood|car]]. To obtain it, just steal it then save it in a garage and complete the mission. The other way is on the mission [[Black Project]], [[Black Project/Steal The Mothership|here]].
 
*Even though Sweet's Greenwood is parked outside of Madd Dogg's mansion and is used to drive back home, the Greenwood that always spawns outside of his house will be there by the time the player arrives in Grove Street, thus causing the Greenwood to appear twice in the same place.
 
*Even though Sweet's Greenwood is parked outside of Madd Dogg's mansion and is used to drive back home, the Greenwood that always spawns outside of his house will be there by the time the player arrives in Grove Street, thus causing the Greenwood to appear twice in the same place.
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*Once the mission is started the riots start and last until the last mission. There will be riots even if the mission is failed. This is because they are preprogrammed to start once the cutscene ends.
   
 
==Video Walkthrough==
 
==Video Walkthrough==
 
 
[[File:GTA San Andreas - Walkthrough - Mission 98 - Riot (HD)|thumb|left|554 px]]
 
[[File:GTA San Andreas - Walkthrough - Mission 98 - Riot (HD)|thumb|left|554 px]]
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Latest revision as of 12:34, December 7, 2014

MISSION
Riot
Riot-GTASA
The Truth, Maccer, Carl, Madd Dogg, Kendl, Cesar and Sweet Johnson watching television, awaiting the verdict on the trial of Frank Tenpenny
Game: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
For: Carl Johnson
Location: Madd Dogg's Crib, Mulholland
Conditions of mission failure: Wasted
Busted
Sweet dies
Reward: None
Unlocks: Los Desperados
Unlocked by: Grove 4 Life
Cut Throat Business
Sweet: "Ain't nobody gonna be riotin' in my hood!"
Cesar: "I don't know about that, holmes. Look. The whole city is going up. People are fucking pissed off about this."
Sweet Johnson and Cesar Vialpando after riots spark due to Frank Tenpenny's acquital

Riot is a mission in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. It is a mission protagonist Carl Johnson does independently, and is accessed from Madd Dogg's Crib, located in the Mulholland district of Los Santos, San Andreas. Completion of the mission will activate riot mode until the mission End of the Line.

MissionEdit

Frank Tenpenny, along with Eddie Pulaski, has finally been charged with racketeering, corruption, narcotics and sexual assault. The whole gang, composed of Carl, Cesar, The Truth, Kendl, Maccer, Sweet and Madd Dogg, are gathered in Dogg's living room, watching the news coverage of the trial. The gang sit around providing a running commentary over the coverage as Carl tries to get them to be quiet so that they can hear what's going on. Sweet thinks that Tenpenny will get 20 years, but Cesar disagrees, pointing out that cops get off lightly in the justice system.

Later that day a lawyer reads out a statement that due to retracted witness statements, the lack of evidence and the disappearance of both Jimmy Hernandez and Pulaski, who is believed to be on the run (although Carl knows otherwise), all the charges against Tenpenny have been dropped and he walks out of court a free man.

Tenpenny's acquittal causes public outrage and the city erupts into rioting. Sweet is determined that there will be no rioting in Grove Street and asks Carl to take him back. Once he arrives back he sets off to lock down the "hood" and Carl leaves to see what's going on in the rest of the city.

Mission objectivesEdit

In order to complete the mission the player must:

  • Drive back to Grove Street

TipsEdit

The entire purpose of the mission is to arrive safely at Grove Street, while avoiding exploding vehicles, rioters and other hazards en route.

The Los Santos RiotsEdit

There is no reward for this mission; however, after completing the mission, the Los Santos Riots -- based off of the real-life 1992 LA Riots -- will begin. Mass, malevolent rioting will be widespread in Los Santos (except for Mulholland) until the last mission is completed. This creates a dangerous environment; it's strongly advised that all outdoor side-missions involving Los Santos (races, courier mission, tagging, etc) be completed before the riots begin. Although the "Chaos" cheat code can be used to make rioting state-wide, the riots in the regular game do not extend beyond Los Santos, so before starting the final mission, Carl can explore other parts of the state in safety as the residents in other parts of the state are not riotting


Characteristics of Los Santos in Riot mode include: vehicles being abandoned and set on fire (thus exploding and making carjacking a pain); increased police presence creating vulnerability to crossfire; single-star wanted levels do not disappear as quickly making the following of law a necessity; new character animations are introduced showing people carrying TV sets and other stolen goods; firefights break out across the city; Carl may now be attacked even by Grove Street members; it becomes more difficult for Carl to recruit gang members; Carl is subject to random fist-fight attacks on the street and car-jacking; and widespread fires (a hazard for Carl if he hasn't completed the Firefighter mission).

Additionally, following this mission several of the radio stations begin referencing the riots in their broadcasts.

TriviaEdit

  • The riots are based on the Los Angeles riots that occurred in 1992 (the same year San Andreas is set) similarly provoked after the trial of the police officers who used excessive force against late Rodney King.
  • The NPCs carrying looted items may drop them, which disappear when they are threatened.
  • Normally, when you threaten or kill a pedestrian that is carrying a television set, they drop it and it disappears through the map. But if you do this to someone over a bridge, the television falls through the bridge and then lands in the water. It can be swam through as it is not a solid object.
  • This is the last chance to get The Truth's Mothership Camper. It can be seen with Cesar's car and Sweet's car. To obtain it, just steal it then save it in a garage and complete the mission. The other way is on the mission Black Project, here.
  • Even though Sweet's Greenwood is parked outside of Madd Dogg's mansion and is used to drive back home, the Greenwood that always spawns outside of his house will be there by the time the player arrives in Grove Street, thus causing the Greenwood to appear twice in the same place.
  • Once the mission is started the riots start and last until the last mission. There will be riots even if the mission is failed. This is because they are preprogrammed to start once the cutscene ends.

Video WalkthroughEdit

GTA San Andreas - Walkthrough - Mission 98 - Riot (HD)03:56

GTA San Andreas - Walkthrough - Mission 98 - Riot (HD)

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