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[[File:Gallery245.jpg|thumb|180px|The reward of spraying all gang tags in Los Santos. A Sawn-Off Shotgun, a Molotov Cocktail, an AK-47 and a TEC-9 will spawn at Carl's Home in Grove Street.]]
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[[File:Grove tag.png|The gang tag for [[Grove Street Families]] and the one the player resprays over enemy tags|thumb|180px|[[Grove Street Families]] tag.]]
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'''Gang Tags''', or '''graffiti tags''', are a type of [[Collectibles|collectible item]] in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]'', found only in [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]].
   
'''Gang Tags''', or graffiti tags, are a type of [[Collectibles|collectible item]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. [[Carl Johnson]] has to search for a total of 100 gang tags all around [[Los Santos]] and spray over them the [[Grove Street Families]]' tag with a [[Spray Can|spray can]]. Tags and their basics are first introduced during the mission [[Tagging Up Turf]]. Spraying over an enemy tag increases the player's [[respect]] and respraying all 100 tags is required for [[100% Completion in GTA San Andreas|100%]] completion. The reward for finishing the work with this collectible are the weapons [[Molotov Cocktail]], [[AK-47]], [[Sawn-off Shotgun]] and [[TEC 9]] delivered to the kitchen at the [[Johnson House]], and [[Grove Street Families|Grove Street gang members]] will start to carry [[Desert Eagle]]s, [[MP5]]s and [[Knife|knives]] instead of the usual [[pistol]] and [[TEC 9]].
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==Description==
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[[Carl Johnson]] has to search for a total of 100 gang tags all around [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]] and spray over them the [[Grove Street Families]]' tag with a [[Spray Can|spray can]]. For a tag to be completely sprayed over it is needed at least 29 units of spray can "ammo". Tags and their basics are first introduced during the mission [[Tagging Up Turf]]. Spraying over an enemy tag increases the player's [[respect]] and respraying all 100 tags is required for [[100% Completion in GTA San Andreas|100%]] completion.
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==Rewards==
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[[File:Gallery245.jpg|thumb|180px|The reward of spraying all gang tags in Los Santos.]]
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Upon completing all the gang tags, the player will receive certain rewards. These are:
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*[[Molotov Cocktail]], [[AK-47]], [[Sawn-off Shotgun]] and [[TEC 9]] delivered to the kitchen at the [[Johnson House]];
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*[[Grove Street Families|Grove Street gang members]] will start to carry [[Desert Eagle]]s, [[MP5]]s and [[Knife|knives]] instead of the usual [[pistol]] and [[TEC 9]].
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==Locations==
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[[File:tags.gif|thumb|250px|Tags' locations.]]
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For locations map and photos of the graffiti see [[Tags/Locations|here]].
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*[[Commerce]] (2)
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*[[Downtown Los Santos (3D Universe)|Downtown]] (3)
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*[[East Beach]] (8)
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*[[East Los Santos (3D Universe)|East Los Santos]] (11)
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*[[El Corona]] (6)
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*[[Ganton]] (2)
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*[[Glen Park]] (4)
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*[[Idlewood]] (10)
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*[[Jefferson]] (6)
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*[[Las Colinas]] (7)
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*[[Little Mexico]] (3)
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*[[Los Flores]] (2)
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*[[Los Santos International Airport (3D Universe)|Los Santos International Airport]] (2)
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*[[Marina]] (2)
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*[[Market]] (4)
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*[[Mulholland Intersection]] (2)
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*[[Ocean Docks]] (5)
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*[[Pershing Square|Pershing Square&nbsp;]](1)
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*[[Playa del Seville]] (5)
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*[[Rodeo]] (2)
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*[[Santa Maria Beach]] (2)
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*[[Temple]] (1)
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*[[Verdant Bluffs]] (1)
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*[[Verona Beach]] (2)
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*[[Vinewood (3D Universe)|Vinewood]] (1)
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*[[Willowfield]] (6)
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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<gallery position="center">
Image:Grove tag.png|The gang tag for [[Grove Street Families]] and the one the player resprays over enemy tags
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Image:Grove tag.png|The gang tag for [[Grove Street Families]] and the one the player resprays over enemy tags.
Image:Seville Tag.png|Seville Boulevard Families' tag
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Image:Seville Tag.png|Seville Boulevard Families' tag.
Image:Fort Yard tag.png|Front Yard [[Ballas]] set
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Image:Fort Yard tag.png|Front Yard [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]] set.
Image:Kilo tag.png|Kilo Tray Ballas set
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Image:Kilo tag.png|Kilo Tray Ballas set.
Image:Rollin tag.png|Rollin' Heights Ballas set
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Image:Rollin tag.png|Rollin' Heights Ballas set.
Image:Temple tag.png|Temple Drive Ballas' set
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Image:Temple tag.png|Temple Drive Ballas' set.
Image:Vagos tag.png|The [[Los Santos Vagos]]' gang tag
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Image:Vagos tag.png|The [[Los Santos Vagos (3D Universe)|Los Santos Vagos]]' gang tag.
Image:Aztecas tag.png|[[Varrios Los Aztecas]]
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Image:Aztecas tag.png|[[Varrios Los Aztecas (3D Universe)|Varrios Los Aztecas]].
Image:San Fierro Rifa tag.png|Unused tag for [[San Fierro Rifa]]
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Image:San Fierro Rifa tag.png|Unused tag for [[San Fierro Rifa]].
tags.gif|Tags' locations
 
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* If the police spot Carl spraying a tag, a [[Wanted Level]] will be applied, which should be noted with tags located in high-traffic areas. This is because the spray can is counted as a weapon, and "shooting" a weapon will cause you to attain a wanted star when the police see you, though a "real-world" perspective can also be applied in that spraying graffiti is generally considered an illegal act by itself.
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* If the [[Los Santos Police Department (3D Universe)|police]] spot [[Carl Johnson|Carl]] spraying a tag, a [[Wanted Level in 3D Universe|wanted level]] will be applied, which should be noted with tags located in high-traffic areas. This is because the spray can is counted as a weapon, and "shooting" a weapon will cause CJ to attain a wanted star when the police sees him, though a "real-world" perspective can also be applied in that spraying graffiti is generally considered an illegal act by itself.
* A tag is not considered completely sprayed until you see the on-screen message confirming it and you hear the comfirmation sound.
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* A tag is not considered completely sprayed until the player sees the on-screen message confirming it and hears the confirmation sound.
* Spraying over any tags that will be used before the mission, [[Tagging Up Turf]] will result in the tag being reset and you must respray every tag in that mission again.
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* Spraying over any tags that will be used before the mission [[Tagging Up Turf]] will result in the tag being reset and the player must respray every tag in that mission again.
* Before you unlock the [[Spray Can|spray can]] item in the[[The Johnson House| Johnson house]], you can find one on the rooftops of the shops directly behind the house, which can be obtained by jumping onto the low wall in the alley between the Johnson house and [[Ryder's House|Ryder's house]].
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* Before Carl unlocks the [[Spray Can|spray can]] item in the [[Johnson House]], he can find one on the rooftops of the shops directly behind the house, which can be obtained by jumping onto the low wall in the alley between the Johnson House and [[Ryder's House|Ryder's house]].
* The Varrios Los Aztecas gang tag is orange (like the Vagos'), however, their gang color is turquoise.
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* The [[Varrios Los Aztecas (3D Universe)|Varrios Los Aztecas]] gang tag is orange (like the Vagos'), however, their gang color is turquoise in the beta.
*There is a gang tag written TEMPLE DRIVE BALLAS found in all over tag spawning area in west Los Santos. However, there are no Ballas in Temple but there are the Grove Street Familes, their arch rival.
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* From the start of the game up until [[Sweet Johnson|Sweet]]'s arrest in [[The Green Sabre]], the [[Temple]] area is territory of the Temple Drive Families. It is only after that mission that Temple gets occupied by the [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]], so it must have been a mistake as to why 'Temple Drive Ballas' tags are present right at the beginning.
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* Spraying all the tags won't reward the player very much respect, despite the game telling that spraying a tag will gain CJ respect in the mission [[Tagging Up Turf]] .
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* Some of the well hidden, out-of-sight locations of the gang tags make no sense from a realism point of view. Gang tags are supposed to warn rival gangs, unwitting [[pedestrians]] and cops of the gang's presence; as a means of 'marking one's territory'. They however make sense as a gameplay element to denote a 'hidden' collectible.
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* Permanent textures of gang markings, usually done in black paint, can be found all over Los Santos. The player cannot manipulate these in any way.
   
 
==Video Walkthrough==
 
==Video Walkthrough==
   
 
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==See also==
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==See Also==
 
*[[Tags/Locations|Tags Locations]]
 
*[[Tags/Locations|Tags Locations]]
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*[[Snapshots]]
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*[[Horseshoes]]
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*[[Oysters]]
   
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==Navigation==
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Latest revision as of 20:49, April 12, 2016

Grove tag

Grove Street Families tag.

Gang Tags, or graffiti tags, are a type of collectible item in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, found only in Los Santos.

DescriptionEdit

Carl Johnson has to search for a total of 100 gang tags all around Los Santos and spray over them the Grove Street Families' tag with a spray can. For a tag to be completely sprayed over it is needed at least 29 units of spray can "ammo". Tags and their basics are first introduced during the mission Tagging Up Turf. Spraying over an enemy tag increases the player's respect and respraying all 100 tags is required for 100% completion.

RewardsEdit

Gallery245

The reward of spraying all gang tags in Los Santos.

Upon completing all the gang tags, the player will receive certain rewards. These are:

LocationsEdit

Tags

Tags' locations.

For locations map and photos of the graffiti see here.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • If the police spot Carl spraying a tag, a wanted level will be applied, which should be noted with tags located in high-traffic areas. This is because the spray can is counted as a weapon, and "shooting" a weapon will cause CJ to attain a wanted star when the police sees him, though a "real-world" perspective can also be applied in that spraying graffiti is generally considered an illegal act by itself.
  • A tag is not considered completely sprayed until the player sees the on-screen message confirming it and hears the confirmation sound.
  • Spraying over any tags that will be used before the mission Tagging Up Turf will result in the tag being reset and the player must respray every tag in that mission again.
  • Before Carl unlocks the spray can item in the Johnson House, he can find one on the rooftops of the shops directly behind the house, which can be obtained by jumping onto the low wall in the alley between the Johnson House and Ryder's house.
  • The Varrios Los Aztecas gang tag is orange (like the Vagos'), however, their gang color is turquoise in the beta.
  • From the start of the game up until Sweet's arrest in The Green Sabre, the Temple area is territory of the Temple Drive Families. It is only after that mission that Temple gets occupied by the Ballas, so it must have been a mistake as to why 'Temple Drive Ballas' tags are present right at the beginning.
  • Spraying all the tags won't reward the player very much respect, despite the game telling that spraying a tag will gain CJ respect in the mission Tagging Up Turf .
  • Some of the well hidden, out-of-sight locations of the gang tags make no sense from a realism point of view. Gang tags are supposed to warn rival gangs, unwitting pedestrians and cops of the gang's presence; as a means of 'marking one's territory'. They however make sense as a gameplay element to denote a 'hidden' collectible.
  • Permanent textures of gang markings, usually done in black paint, can be found all over Los Santos. The player cannot manipulate these in any way.

Video WalkthroughEdit

GTA San Andreas - 100 Tags Guide (Complete)34:07

GTA San Andreas - 100 Tags Guide (Complete)

See AlsoEdit

NavigationEdit


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