is dimitri not the best gta villian? i think so better than previous villians. -Gtafan310
- Well, let's grade them-I think, Officer Frank Tenpenny is best. He got many soldiers with corrupt(or medium) officers, gangsters(Ballas. Los Santos Vagos), etc. And he masterminding some gang wars and Los Santos Riot. Dimitri Rascalov was just master of betrayal(The Master and the Molotov, Russian Revolution), but he got business talent, I think. In conclusion, Tenpenny is best antagonist in GTA III era, Dimitri in GTA IV era. Mr.Korean 15:36, July 2, 2010 (UTC)
- yeah dimitri was better than billy and bulgarin...pegorino cant hold a finger to dimitri but i think your right best antagonist goes to tenpenny simply because he's the only cop antagonist which has lots of style in my opinion.
when exactly was he in prison
In the late 1980s. Hear the dialog between Niko, Dimitri and Faustin in several missions. -- Ilan xd 05:16, October 11, 2011 (UTC)
"Dimitri, along with Massimo Torini, Ray Bulgarin, Steve Haines and Devin Weston, is one of the five main antagonists in the entire GTA series who is not seen in the introductory mission for their respective game."
"Dimitri and Ray Bulgarin are the only GTA IV era main antagonists who are affiliated with each other. Ray was also his only friend and partner who he did not betray."
"Dimitri is the only main antagonist in the GTA IV Trilogy who does not appear outside of his respective game. However, he is mentioned in Roman's Holiday in The Lost and Damned, and also in Departure Time in The Ballad of Gay Tony, as mentioned above."
Interesting how I got a telling off for posting one type of "this is the only that" type of information in the trivia section of another page on here, as it doesn't strictly fit in with the dictionary definition of "trivial" (IE, a piece of information that doesn't require any external proof) and yet I've found FIVE pieces of information exactly like this in the TRIVIA section of this page! When are you planning on deleting these bits of info from the trivia section, or are you finally going to accept that trivia can also mean miscellaneous information that isn't linked to any other part of the article but may provide interesting reading to someone coming on this page, regardless of whether or not it requires external proof? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Eddiehimself (talk • contribs) Please remember to sign your talk page messages with ~~~~.