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- "Get off my ridge, you Vietcong bastards!"
- ―Colonel Fuhrberger
Colonel Fuhrberger is a minor character that appears in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
According to his own quotes, Fuhrberger is a former colonel who served during the Vietnam War, and now resides in a home in East Beach, Los Santos. He still possesses military memorabilia and surplus weapons and ammunition, a fact discovered by LB, a member of the Grove Street Families.
Events of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Ryder, looking for a way to provide the gang with military-grade weapons instead of Emmet's stock to assist the Families against the Ballas gang, was informed by LB of Fuhrberger's stock. Carl Johnson, a member of the Grove Street Families, entered his home with Ryder's assistance, and stole a few crates containing weaponry, before escaping in a black Boxville before sunrise. He not seen again nor mentioned after the mission.
During the mission, Fuhrberger can be seen sleeping in his bedroom. If the player makes too much noise once, he will be yelling Get off my ridge, you Vietcong bastards!, which could indicate that he suffers from mental trouble following the end of the Vietnam War. If the player makes too much noise once again, Fuhrberger will notice CJ. Carl will escape the house, but Ryder will escape with the Boxville without CJ, and the mission will fail. If the player attempts to kill him, this will not work, as doing so will automatically trigger the cutscene where Fuhrberger wakes up, and the mission fails. Fuhrberger can be killed only after collecting three crates, but doing so won't affect the storyline.
His house can be accessed at any time, before or after the mission.
- Home Invasion (Can be killed)
- The inside of his home has a very similar layout to The Johnson House.
- If the player doesn't kill him and makes too much noise, Ryder will claim that he called the cops.
- The interior of his house has some antique war memorabalia including a turret gun (non-interactive).
- His name is possibly a reference to the slang term "fur burger".
- He has a poster of Candy Suxxx from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City in his room. The same poster can be found in various places in San Andreas.