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|              |                              |
| Game         | Mafia                        |
| Platform (s) | PC, PS2, Xbox (see note 3)   |
| Guide Type   | General FAQ/Walkthrough      |
| Author       | Bloviator                    |
| Version      | 3.0                          |
| Last Updated | 09/08/08                     |
| Contact      | aapmcm2 [at] yahoo [dot] com |
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Note 2:

Regardless of where you are viewing this guide, please visit:

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This website has the most current and up-to-date version of my guide that is 
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made to this guide (as some secondary hosts don't update very frequently). This 
will also help us be on the same page if you don't understand something I've 
written.
 
Note 3: 

Mafia was originally created for the PC. Shortly thereafter, console 
versions were made for the Xbox and PlayStation 2. While the main substance of 
the game was almost completely unchanged, certain details were modified, added, 
or deleted. As a result, you should be able to read this guide and use its 
information to help you with Mafia, regardless of what system you're using. 
However, there may be certain minor discrepancies between this guide and your 
game if you are playing on the Xbox or PlayStation 2. 

If you are playing Mafia on either of these secondary systems, please go to the 
"PC vs. Console Differences" section under "Basic Game Information" to get more 
information about possible sources of confusion. However, let me reiterate:

THE MAJORITY OF THIS GUIDE IS RELEVANT AND APPLICABLE REGARDLESS OF WHAT SYSTEM 
YOU ARE USING TO PLAY MAFIA.

Note 4: 

This guide contains "spoilers," "secrets," "given away plot twists," 
etc. While most sections other than the main walkthrough are spoiler-free, I 
cannot guarantee this. If you are concerned with avoiding spoilers, it is 
advisable that you not read ahead to information regarding content you have not 
yet reached.

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Given the size of this guide, locating specific sections can be difficult. To 
facilitate this, I've made shortcuts for each major and minor section in the 
guide. To the right of each section in the contents, there will be a small 
code in brackets. Use the "Find" feature (for most text viewers or internet 
browsers, press Ctrl F), and copy this code - brackets included - into 
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                            - Condensed Table of Contents -
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I -     Legal Notices and Disclaimers ................................[01-LEG]
II -    Introduction..................................................[02-INT]
III -   Basic Game Information........................................[03-BGI]
IV -    Default Control Setup.........................................[04-DCS]
V -     Characters....................................................[05-CHA]
VI -    Weapons.......................................................[06-WEA]
VII -   Cars..........................................................[07-CAR]
VIII -  The City of Lost Heaven.......................................[08-CLH]
IX -    General Game Tips and Strategies..............................[09-GTS]
X -     Mission Walkthroughs..........................................[10-MWT]
XI -    Freeride......................................................[11-FRR]
XII -   Freeride Extreme..............................................[12-FRE]
XIII -  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)..............................[13-FAQ]
XIV -   Secrets.......................................................[14-SEC]
XV -    Supplemental Walkthroughs.....................................[15-SMW]
XVI -   Miscellaneous.................................................[16-MIS]
XVII -  Guide Information.............................................[17-GUI]
XVIII - Closing Statement.............................................[18-CLO]


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                            - Expanded Table of Contents -
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I -     Legal Notices and Disclaimers.................................[01-LEG]

II -    Introduction..................................................[02-INT]

III -   Basic Game Information........................................[03-BGI]
            1.      System Requirements...............................[03-REQ]
            2.      PC vs. Console Differences........................[03-DIF]
          
IV -    Default Control Setup.........................................[04-DCS]
            1.      PC Controls.......................................[04-PCC]
            2.      PS2 Controls......................................[04-PS2]
            3.      Xbox Controls.....................................[04-BOX]

V -     Characters....................................................[05-CHA]
            1.      Major Characters..................................[05-MAC]
            2.      Minor Characters..................................[05-MIC]

VI -    Weapons.......................................................[06-WEA]
            1.      Melee Weapons.....................................[06-MEL]
            2.      Handguns..........................................[06-HAN]
            3.      Shotguns..........................................[06-SHO]
            4.      Rifles............................................[06-RIF]
            5.      Throwable Weapons.................................[06-THR]
            6.      Data Table........................................[06-DAT]

VII -   Cars..........................................................[07-CAR]
            1.      Bolt..............................................[07-BOL]
            2.      Schubert..........................................[07-SCH]
            3.      Falconer..........................................[07-FAL]
            4.      Crusader..........................................[07-CRU]
            5.      Guardian..........................................[07-GUA]
            6.      Thor..............................................[07-THO]
            7.      Lassiter..........................................[07-LAS]
            8.      Ulver.............................................[07-ULV]
            9.      Wright............................................[07-WRI]
            10.     Silver Fletcher...................................[07-SIL]
            11.     Bruno.............................................[07-BRN]
            12.     Celeste...........................................[07-CEL]
            13.     Trautenberg.......................................[07-TRA]
            14.     Brubaker..........................................[07-BRU]
            15.     Caesar............................................[07-CAE]
            16.     Carrozella........................................[07-ZEL]
            17.     Others............................................[07-OTH]
            18.     Prototypes........................................[07-PRO]
            19.     Data Table........................................[07-DAT]

VIII -  The City of Lost Heaven.......................................[08-CLH]
            1.      Regions/Neighborhoods.............................[08-REG]
            2.      Specific Locations................................[08-SPL]

IX -    General Game Tips and Strategies..............................[09-GTS]
            1.      Basic Mission Structure...........................[09-BMS]
            2.      Choosing the Right Car............................[09-CRC]
            3.      Driving Tips......................................[09-DRT]
            4.      Public Transportation.............................[09-PUB]
            5.      The Police........................................[09-POL]
            6.      Wielding Weapons Effectively......................[09-WWE]
          
X -     Mission Walkthroughs..........................................[10-MWT]
            1.      Mission "0" [Tutorial]............................[10-TUT]
            2.      Intro.............................................[10-INT]
            3.      Prologue..........................................[10-PRO]
            4.      Mission 1 - An Offer You Can't Refuse.............[10-OFF]
            5.      Mission 2 - The Running Man.......................[10-RUN]
            6.      Mission 3 - Molotov Party.........................[10-MOL]
            7.      Mission 4 - Ordinary Routine......................[10-ORD]
            8.      Intermezzo 1......................................[10-IM1]
            9.      Mission 5 - Fairplay..............................[10-FA1]
            10.     Mission 6 - Fairplay [Part 2].....................[10-FA2]
            11.     Mission 7 -           
                        A. Sarah......................................[10-SAR]
                        B. Better Get Used to It......................[10-BGU]
            12.     Mission 8 -
                        A. The Whore..................................[10-WHO]
                        B. The Priest.................................[10-PRI]
            13.     Intermezzo 2......................................[10-IM2]
            14.     Mission 9 - A Trip to the Country.................[10-TTC]
            15.     Mission 10 - Omerta...............................[10-OME]
            16.     Mission 11 - Visiting Rich People.................[10-VRP]
            17.     Mission 12 - A Great Deal! .......................[10-AGD]
            18.     Intermezzo 3......................................[10-IM3]
            19.     Mission 13 - Bon Appetit! ........................[10-BAP]
            20.     Mission 14 - Happy Birthday! .....................[10-HBD]
            21.     Mission 15 - You Lucky Bastard! ..................[10-YLB]
            22.     Mission 16 - Creme de la Creme....................[10-CDC]
            23.     Intermezzo 4......................................[10-IM4]
            24.     Mission 17 - Election Campaign....................[10-ELC]
            25.     Mission 18 - Just for Relaxation..................[10-JFR]
            26.     Mission 19 - Moonlighting.........................[10-MOO]
            27.     Mission 20 - The Death of Art.....................[10-DOA]
            28.     Epilogue..........................................[10-EPI]

XI -    Freeride......................................................[11-FRR]
            1.      Options...........................................[11-OPT]
            2.      Objectives........................................[11-OBJ]
            3.      Hidden Cars.......................................[11-HFC]
            4.      Secret Doors......................................[11-SED]

XII -   Freeride Extreme..............................................[12-FRE]
            1.      Data Table........................................[12-DAT]
            2.      Challenge 1 - Rooftop Snipers.....................[12-RTS]
            3.      Challenge 2 - The Invisible Man...................[12-TIM]
            4.      Challenge 3 - The Sea Creature....................[12-TSC]
            5.      Challenge 4 - Alleyway Shootout...................[12-AWS]
            6.      Challenge 5 - UFO Chasing.........................[12-UFO]
            7.      Challenge 6 - The Flame Spear Challenge...........[12-FSC]
            8.      Challenge 7 - Detonation Delivery.................[12-DET]
            9.      Challenge 8 - Speed...............................[12-SPE]
            10.     Challenge 9 - Creme de la Creme Redux.............[12-CCR]
            11.     Challenge 10 - Tunnel Vision......................[12-TUN]
            12.     Challenge 11 - Bomb Squad.........................[12-BSQ]
            13.     Challenge 12 - In Flaming Hot Pursuit.............[12-FHP]
            14.     Challenge 13 - Coast to Coast.....................[12-CTC]
            15.     Challenge 14 - Talkative Tommy....................[12-TTO]
            16.     Challenge 15 - Led (Dropping) Zeppelin............[12-LDZ]
            17.     Challenge 16 - Box Boy............................[12-BBO]
            18.     Challenge 17 - Speedy Gonzales....................[12-SPG]
            19.     Challenge 18 - Treacherous Taxis..................[12-TTA]
            20.     Challenge 19 - Gone in 60 Seconds.................[12-GSS]

XIII -  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)..............................[13-FAQ]
            1.      General Questions.................................[13-GRQ]
            2.      Official FAQ......................................[13-OFF]

XIV -   Secrets.......................................................[14-SEC]
            1.      Secret Doors......................................[14-SED]
            2.      Hidden Cars.......................................[14-HFC]
            3.      Easter Eggs.......................................[14-EGG]
            4.      Real Car Names....................................[14-RCN]

XV -    Supplemental Walkthroughs.....................................[15-SMW]
            1.      Condensed Walkthrough.............................[15-CWT]
            2.      IGN Walkthrough...................................[15-IGN]
            3.      PC Gamer Walkthrough..............................[15-PCG]
            4.      Additional Guides and Walkthroughs................[15-AGW]
            5.      Reader Submitted Strategies.......................[15-RSS]
           
XVI -   Miscellaneous.................................................[16-MIS]
            1.      The Music of Mafia................................[16-MUS]
            2.      Reviews...........................................[16-REV]
                        A. PC Version Review..........................[16-PCR]
                        B. Console (PS2, Xbox) Version Review.........[16-CON]
            3.      Mafia vs. The Godfather...........................[16-MVG]
            4.      The Mafia Union...................................[16-TMU]
            5.      Instruction Manual................................[16-MAN]
            6.      Developer's Diary.................................[16-DEV]
            7.      Useful Links......................................[16-UFL]
                                
XVII -  Guide Information.............................................[17-GUI]
            1.      Contributions and Contact.........................[17-CAC]
            2.      Revision/Update History...........................[17-RUH]
            3.      Coming Soon.......................................[17-COS]
            4.      Other Works by the Author.........................[17-OTH]
            5.      Random Statistics (of this guide).................[17-RST]
            6.      Credits...........................................[17-CRE]

XVIII - Closing Statement.............................................[18-CLO]

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Copyright (C) 2005-2008 by Harold Palms

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Hello. My name is Bloviator, and it's my pleasure to guide you through the 
amazing gaming experience that is "Mafia." You may be a hardcore gamer who 
considers yourself "1337" or a little less-experienced player who needs some 
help with this game. Or maybe you're just a cat who brought up this guide 
because you walked on the keyboard. In any case, I'm going to help you 
throughout your adventure in the city of Lost Heaven.
 
Before I begin, there are some distinctions that I would like to make clear 
regarding my guides and my writing style. First and foremost, I write guides as 
a hobby, because I enjoy doing so, and not for any form of monetary profit. As 
a result, I cannot be expected to dedicate myself uncompromisingly to a work, 
nor can I be held accountable for any imperfections that may exist in my 
writing. 

Secondly, though I do not write guides professionally, I generally attempt to 
uphold the facets of a professional writing style. Without any intended 
criticism or insult towards other authors, please note that this guide will be 
written, to the best of my abilities, in proper English. While my style can at 
times be long-winded, pedantic, or otherwise confusing, I will not compromise 
the quality of my work with egregious breaches of the rules of the English 
language. Furthermore, you will not find any emoticons or similar symbols in my 
writing. It is my firm belief that if you have a feeling or emotion worth 
expressing through the medium of a language, you can do so using proper words. 

Now as you can probably tell, this document is rather large, especially 
compared to the other guides for Mafia that are available online. Quite 
plainly, I intend to provide you with as much information as is possible while 
still keeping it straightforward and easy to understand. That's a rather 
ambitious goal, I know, and I frequently find myself living up to my name. But 
I do try to avoid using far more words than are necessary to discuss something 
I know little about. In this case, at least I'm quite familiar with the subject 
matter. No guarantees on the excessive words though...

It is my intention that this guide be able to give you very detailed 
instructions on what you can, and should do throughout the game. You might want 
to follow every word written here, or you may simply want a few tips for a 
specific mission. I've tried to make this guide capable of accommodating 
all players, regardless of skill or experience. However, you may notice that 
some aspects seem somewhat basic. Again, I'm writing this in such a manner that 
anyone, whether a hardcore gamer or someone who has never played a videogame 
before, can fully experience and enjoy this game.

As you probably know, Mafia is an entertaining, enjoyable, and all-around 
stupendous game. Whether you've already played some, read a review, or just 
looked at the back of the box, you're most likely aware of just how incredible 
this game is. So sit back, strap in, and let me take you on a journey where you 
can experience the tale of Mafia unfold before you. 

Before I continue with the guide, I want to reiterate some of the notes from 
before. Remember that the console versions of this game are very similar, but 
not quite identical to their PC cousin. Since this guide was written using the 
PC version, you may want to take a look at the "PC vs. Console Differences" 
section if you're playing on a PS2 or Xbox. 

Also, if you are on a PC, it's recommended that you patch your game. I'd highly 
advise you to download and install either the version 1.1 or 1.2 patch, as 
these will fix a few problems, as well as clarify a some points noted within 
this guide.

Finally, I'd like to remind you once again that this guide does contain 
spoilers. Be mindful of what you're reading, and don't skip ahead if such a 
thing concerns you...Or do; it's your choice. Just don't say I didn't warn you.

In writing this guide, I've made an effort to present all the information I 
can, while still giving you the opportunity to do practically anything in this 
amazing game. I hope reading this guide allows you to enjoy Mafia to its 
fullest. It's certainly been a pleasure for me.

- Bloviator

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Game Name: Mafia
System: PC (also Playstation 2 and Xbox)
Category/Genre: (Historical) Action, 3rd person shooter
ESRB Rating: M-Mature (17 +) for Blood and Violence
Developer: Illusion Softworks
Publisher: G.O.D. (Gathering of Developers) Games - Part of Take-Two Games
Maximum Players: 1

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- System Requirements -
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Operating System (OS): Windows 98 or higher

Minimum:
500 MHz Pentium III or AMD Athlon processor
96 MB of ram
16x CD or DVD ROM drive
1.8 GH of free hard disk space
32 MB video card with DirectX 8.1 compatible drivers
DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card
Microsoft compatible keyboard and mouse

Recommended:
700+ MHz Pentium III or AMD Athlon processor
128+ MB of RAM
32x CD or DVD ROM drive
1.8 GB of free hard disk space
64 MB video card with DirectX 8.1 compatible drivers
DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card with surround sound support
Microsoft compatible keyboard and mouse

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- PC vs. Console Differences -
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As an introduction, I think I'll just use the same note from before. Mafia was 
originally created for the PC. Shortly thereafter, console versions were made 
for the Xbox and PlayStation 2. While the main substance of the game was almost 
completely unchanged, certain details were modified, added, or deleted. As a 
result, you should be able to read this guide and use its information to help 
you with Mafia, regardless of what system you're using. However, there may be 
certain minor discrepancies between this guide and your game if you are playing 
on the Xbox or PlayStation 2. Still, let me reiterate:

THE MAJORITY OF THIS GUIDE IS RELEVANT AND APPLICABLE REGARDLESS OF WHAT SYSTEM 
YOU ARE USING TO PLAY MAFIA.

This section was designed to list the differences between the PC and console 
versions, so as to eliminate the gray area between known discrepancy and 
unknown mystery. Now personally, I own just the PC version of Mafia. Therefore, 
I am only capable of adding information to this section that I have verified 
with people who own either the PS2 or Xbox version.

Here are a few key differences, in no particular order:

-The PS2, Xbox, and PC versions all have different control setups (obviously), 
as they don't have the same buttons.

-In the console versions, large green arrows may be hanging over important 
characters (e.g. Big Biff in Chinatown).

-The in-game map is slightly different in the PS2 and Xbox versions, and you 
can zoom in and out.

-Certain aspects of the game were removed in maximize performance on the 
console versions. For example, the group of cars on the bridge in "Fairplay" is 
absent from the console versions. Also, the blood effects are markedly reduced.
 
-The extra health cabinet found on Lucas Bertone's wall begins to appear in 
earlier missions (such as "Omerta") in the PS2 and Xbox versions than in the 
PC version.

-There is a Race mode in the PS2 and Xbox versions that is unlocked after 
beating the main game. This takes the place of the PC version's "Freeride 
Extreme" mode, since FRE is NOT present in the console versions. Also, there is 
no "Race Mode" in the PC version.

-This is important, especially for this guide: All three versions have the same 
missions, but they are organized differently. Since this guide was written for 
the PC version, ALL MISSION NUMBERING WILL BE ACCORDING TO THE PC VERSION. If 
I write that something is in mission #11, that means "Visiting Rich People", 
NOT "A Trip to the Country."

Mission Listing:

 _____ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
|     |                                   |                                   |
| No. | PC Version Mission                | PS2/Xbox Version Mission          |
|_____|___________________________________|___________________________________|
|     |                                   |                                   |
| "0" | Tutorial                          | Tutorial                          |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  1  | An Offer You Can't Refuse         | An Offer You Can't Refuse         |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  2  | The Running Man                   | Taxi Driver (1st part of PC's #2) |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  3  | Molotov Party                     | The Running Man (2nd part of PC's |
|     |                                   | #2)                               |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  4  | Ordinary Routine                  | Molotov Party                     |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  5  | Fairplay                          | Ordinary Routine                  |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  6  | Fairplay [Part 2]                 | Fairplay                          |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  7  | (a) Sarah                         | Raceday (same as PC's #6)         |
|     | (b) Better Get Used to It         |                                   |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  8  | (a) The Whore                     | Sarah                             |
|     | (b) The Priest                    |                                   |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  9  | A Trip to the Country             | Better Get Used to It             |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  10 | Omerta                            | The Whore (includes PC's #8b)     |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  11 | Visiting Rich People              | A Trip to the Country             |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  12 | A Great Deal!                     | Omerta                            |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  13 | Bon Appetit!                      | Visiting Rich People              |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  14 | Happy Birthday!                   | A Great Deal!                     |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  15 | You Lucky Bastard                 | Buon Appetite! (same as PC's #13, |
|     |                                   | it's just spelled differently)    |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  16 | Creme de la Creme                 | Happy Birthday!                   |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  17 | Election Campaign                 | You Lucky Bastard!                |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  18 | Just for Relaxation               | Creme de la Creme                 |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  19 | Moonlighting                      | Election Campaign                 |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  20 | The Death of Art                  | Just for Relaxation               |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  21 | N/A                               | Moonlighting                      |
|     |                                   |                                   |
|  22 | N/A                               | The Death of Art                  |
|_____|___________________________________|___________________________________|


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[04-PCC]
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- PC Controls -
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(Note that these controls can be changed at any time from the Options menu)

On-foot controls

Forwards: Cursor Up, W
Backwards: Cursor Down, S
Left: Cursor Left, A
Right: Cursor Right, D
Toggle Run/ Walk: Caps lock
Walk: Right Shift 
Turn on the spot: Right Alt 
Action Button: Right Mouse Button
Fire/shoot: Left mouse button
Crouch: Right Ctrl
Jump/Climb: Num pad 0, E
Aiming: Mouse Axis X and Y
Cycle up and down through weapons: Mouse Wheel
Inventory: I
Hide Weapon: H
Drop Weapon: Backspace
Reload: L
Sniper Mode: R
Objectives: F1
City Map: Tab

Car controls

Accelerate: Cursor Up
Brake/Reverse: Cursor Down
Steer Left: Cursor left
Steer Right: Cursor Right
Handbrake: Spacebar
Toggle Speed Limiter: F5
Toggle Manual/Automatic Gears: M
Shift Gears Up: A
Shift Gears Down: Z
Horn: K
Look Left: ,
Look Right: .
Use Clutch: X
Change Camera: C
Replace (Will reset your car during the mission "Fairplay" [Part 2]) - Numpad 0

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[04-PS2]
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- PS2 Controls -
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(thanks to piecemealcranky for these)

Config A:

X - Action/Accelerate
Circle - Roll/Handbrake
Square - Reload/Brake
Triangle - Get in/Out of Car

Right Analog Stick - Aiming/Center View/Toggle Camera Mode (R3)
Left Analog Stick - Walk/Run/Crouch/Steer/Horn (L3)

Start Button - Menu & Objectives
Select Button - Map

Up D-pad - Next Weapon
Down D-pad - Previous Weapon
Left D-pad - Drop Weapon
Right D-pad - Holster

L1 - Jump/Climb/Speed Limiter
L2 - Turn to Enemy (left)/Look Left
R1 - Fire/Recover
R2 - Turn to Enemy (right)/Look Right
L2 + R2 - Look Behind

Config B:

X - Action/Accelerate
Circle - Roll/Handbrake
Square - Accelerate/Crouch
Triangle - Get in/Out of Car

Right Analog Stick - Aiming/Center View/Toggle Camera Mode (R3)
Left Analog Stick - Walk/Run/Reload/Steer/Horn (L3)

Start Button - Menu & Objectives
Select Button - Map

Up D-pad - Next Weapon
Down D-pad - Previous Weapon
Left D-pad - Drop Weapon
Right D-pad - Holster

L1 - Jump/Climb/Speed Limiter
L2 - Turn to Enemy (left)/Look Left
R1 - Fire/Recover
R2 - Turn to Enemy (right)/Look Right
L2 + R2 - Look Behind

Config C:

X - Action
Circle - Center View/Toggle Camera View
Square - Reload
Triangle - Get in/Out of Car

Right Analog Stick - Aiming/Roll/Accelerate/Brake/Handbrake
Left Analog Stick - Walk/Run/Crouch/Steer/Horn (L3)

Start Button - Menu & Objectives
Select Button - Map

Up D-pad - Next Weapon
Down D-pad - Previous Weapon
Left D-pad - Drop Weapon
Right D-pad - Holster

L1 - Jump/Climb/Speed Limiter
L2 - Turn to Enemy (left)/Look Left
R1 - Fire/Recover
R2 - Turn to Enemy (right)/Look Right
L2 + R2 - Look Behind

Config D:

X - Action
Circle - Center View/Toggle Camera View
Square - Reload
Triangle - Get in/Out of Car

Right Analog Stick - Aiming/Roll/Steer/Horn (R3)
Left Analog Stick - Walk/Run/Crouch/Accelerate/Brake/Handbrake

Start Button - Menu & Objectives
Select Button - Map

Up D-pad - Next Weapon
Down D-pad - Previous Weapon
Left D-pad - Drop Weapon
Right D-pad - Holster

L1 - Jump/Climb/Speed Limiter
L2 - Turn to Enemy (left)/Look Left
R1 - Fire/Recover
R2 - Turn to Enemy (right)/Look Right
L2 + R2 - Look Behind

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[04-BOX]
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- Xbox Controls -
-----------------
(thanks to Widgeon Infantry for these)

A button: Action / Accelerate
B button: Handbrake (in car)
B button + Left thumbstick Left / Right: Roll
Y button: Enter or exit cars / Pick lock
X button: Reload / Brake

Right Trigger: Fire / Recover car (only in racing modes) / Sniper scope
Left Trigger: Jump and climb
Black button: Turn to next enemy (right)
White button: Turn to next enemy (left) / Speed limiter (in car)

Left thumbstick: Walk / Run / Steer
Right thumbstick: Aim / Look left, right, back (in car)
Press Left thumbstick: Crouch / Horn
Press Right thumbstick: Center vies / Change camera (in car)

Up directional pad: Next weapon
Down directional pad: Previous weapon
Left directional pad: Drop weapon
Right directional pad: Holster / Empty hands

Back button: Map
Start button: Pause menu / Show objectives

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The following section describes the many characters that you'll encounter 
throughout your time in Lost Heaven. For the list of missions in which each 
character appears, the following notation will be used:

      - No marking next to the mission name means that they're in the level,
      and have their own life meter above Tommy's.

      - A marking of "(ambient)" next to the missiont means that they're in the 
      level, and can be interacted with, but they have no life bar above 
      Tommy's. With a few exceptions, they'll stay where they are as opposed to
      following Tommy around.

      - A marking of "(cinematic only)" means that the character only appears 
      in that mission during a cinematic sequence or sequences; they are not 
      visible or accessible when you are in control of Tommy.

      - Finally, a marking of "(referenced)" means that the character does not 
      even appear in the mission, but their name is referred to in someone 
      else's dialogue. I admit that this classification is a little bit flawed, 
      and I have ended up omitting all but the most important references.

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- Major Characters -
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THOMAS "TOMMY" ANGELO

From the instruction manual:
"Tom is the main character in the game. Originally a cab driver, but due to a 
combination of unpleasant circumstances, he is forced to join the Mafia. Tom 
is all in all a nice guy, but a tough childhood and life in the 1930's have 
changed his moral values a little. Thus, he's capable of doing things that a 
normal person wouldn't understand, but his conscience sometimes haunts him."

As the manual describes, Tommy is the intriguing protagonist of Mafia, and 
the character that you control. Although he begins as a simple cab driver, 
Tommy will end up becoming a powerful member of the Mafia in the city of Lost 
Heaven.  He is the main focus of the story and his actions noticeably affect 
it. Since Tommy is the player that you will directly control throughout the 
game, you will become familiar with his skills and his limitations. His driving 
abilities are obvious, given his previous profession for a taxi company. On the 
other hand, his skill with firearms is developed by being a Mafioso, as the 
work this position entails frequently involves gunplay. Like in most 
videogames, the main character is somewhat unrealistically resilient to damage. 
This is still the case in Mafia, though not to a ridiculous degree. While Tommy 
can take a few of rounds to the body without dying, a single accurate rifle 
headshot, a point blank round of buckshot, or a grenade at his feet will almost 
certainly take him down.

Missions: 

"0" - Tutorial
Intro (cinematic only)
Prologue (cinematic only)
1 - An Offer You Can't Refuse
2 - The Running Man
3 - Molotov Party
4 - Ordinary Routine
Intermezzo 1 (cinematic only)
5 - Fairplay 
6 - Fairplay [Part 2]
7a - Sarah
7b - You Better Get Used to It
8a - The Whore
8b - The Priest
Intermezzo 2 (cinematic only)
9 - A Trip to the Country
10 - Omerta
11 - Visiting Rich People
12 - A Great Deal!
Intermezzo 3 (cinematic only)
13 - Bon Appetit 
14 - Happy Birthday!
15 - You Lucky Bastard!
16 - Creme de la Creme
Intermezzo 4 (cinematic only)
17 - Election Campaign
18 - Just for Relaxation
19 - Moonlighting
20 - The Death of Art
Epilogue (cinematic only)
Freeride
Freeride Extreme 

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NORMAN

From the instruction manual:
"Norman is the typical example of a detective brought up through the school of 
hard knocks.  He is a scruffy, tough guy, who acts like he hates everybody 
around him.  Tom tells him his story, but doesn't get much sympathy."

The manual's description of Norman omits the rather important fact that he's 
never in any of the game's playable missions. He appears in the prologue, all 
the "intermezzo" chapters and the epilogue.  Essentially, Tommy is recounting 
his experience in the Mafia to Norman a few years after all the events in 
question take place. The majority of the game that you play comes from these 
flashbacks. 
 
Missions: 

Prologue (cinematic only)
Intermezzo 1 (cinematic only)
Intermezzo 2 (cinematic only)
Intermezzo 3 (cinematic only)
Intermezzo 4 (cinematic only)
Epilogue (cinematic only)

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DON SALIERI

From the instruction manual:
"The Don is the boss of the family that Tommy works for.  He's a guy who's 
lived through a lot ad doesn't get excited too easily.  He's typical of a 
Mafioso, who hasn't built up his position just for money and doesn't always 
kill to get what he wants. He is friendly, but when he gets tough he can 
become dangerous.  Sometimes business is more important than friendship to 
him."

In case you're wondering, that last sentence is foreshadowing the events in the 
mission "Omerta." Anyway, Don Salieri will act as your boss for nearly the 
entire game.  He gives you mission briefings and tells you what to do.  As the 
game progresses, he develops a closer relationship with Tommy, and talks to him 
as more of a friend than a hired gun. He stresses the Mafia family above all 
else, and is willing to go to great lengths to keep these "family values" 
alive.

Missions:

3 - Molotov Party (cinematic only)
4 - Ordinary Routine (ambient)
5 - Fairplay (ambient)
6 - Fairplay [Part 2] (cinematic only)
7b - Better Get Used to It (ambient)
10 - Omerta (ambient)
11 - Visiting Rich People (ambient)
12 - A Great Deal! (cinematic only)
13 - Bon Appetit!
14 - Happy Birthday! (ambient)
16 - Creme de la Creme (ambient)
17 - Election Campaign (ambient)
18 - Just for Relaxation (ambient)
Intermezzo 4 (referenced)
Epilogue (referenced)

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PAULIE

From the instruction manual:
"Paulie is Tom's sidekick, and energetic and hot-tempered guy, who sometimes 
behaves completely unexpectedly.  If he likes somebody he is the most loyal 
friend you could have, someone you can always rely on; if he doesn't cause you 
problems that is. Tom and Paulie are the greatest of friends and often work 
and have fun together."

Oddly enough, as the manual says, he IS like Tommy's sidekick, even though he 
(Paulie) is a much more experienced Mafioso. Paulie is a very unpredictable 
person, and his motives are often unclear.  Sometimes he is unusually humble 
and willing to put aside his personal problems for the greater good (e.g. 
Ordinary Routine), other times he's angry and revengeful (e.g. Better Get Used 
to It), and occasionally he's just greedy (e.g. Moonlighting). Still, he 
remains a useful and valuable member of Salieri's "family."

Missions: 

1 - An Offer You Can't Refuse
2 - The Running Man (cinematic only)
3 - Molotov Party
4 - Ordinary Routine
7b - Better Get Used to It
9 - A Trip to the Country
12 - A Great Deal!
14 - Happy Birthday! (ambient)
15 - You Lucky Bastard!
16 - Creme de la Creme
18 - Just for Relaxation 
19 - Moonlighting
20 - The Death of Art (ambient)

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SAM

From the instruction manual:
"Another of Tom's colleagues. He is a big, friendly guy, with a nice smile. 
In spite of his size, he is timid and a little clumsy, and doesn't talk much. 
He often works with Tom and Paulie, and they are good friends."

Though he seems to be a minor character at the beginning, Sam will begin to 
play a larger part in the story once you progress deeper into the game. In 
fact, he has a major role in some of Mafia's most dramatic missions. Over the 
course of their time together, Sam, Paulie and Tommy develop a strong bond. 
More often than not, this is the result of one of the three getting injured. 

Missions:

1 - An Offer You Can't Refuse
2 - The Running Man (cinematic only)
3 - Molotov Party (cinematic only)
4 - Ordinary Routine
7b - Better Get Used to It (ambient)
9 - A Trip to the Country
11 - Visiting Rich People (ambient)
12 - A Great Deal!
15 - You Lucky Bastard! (ambient)
16 - Creme de la Creme
18 - Just for Relaxation 
20 - The Death of Art (ambient)

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FRANK

From the instruction manual:
"Frank is Don Salieri's best friend, associate and advisor. His main concern 
is family finance and the legal side of business. He is well suited to this. 
At first sight he doesn't seem to belong among these criminals, as he is a 
very quiet inconspicuous nice guy. He does his work mainly because of an 
attachment to Don Salieri, as well as their mutant past. They grew up together 
in a poor quarter and thanks to Don he gained most of what he has, so he can't 
just turn his back on him. If he'd grown up in any other place he would 
certainly be a successful lawyer or businessman."

Almost always seen behind Salieri, Frank is without a doubt the Don's right-
hand man. Though he deals with the paperwork and legal matters of the Mafia, 
he's no soft guy.  His motivating, if somewhat dramatically pessimistic words 
inspire Tommy throughout the game ("Fairplay" [Part 2] comes to mind).  

Missions: 

3 - Molotov Party (cinematic only)
4 - Ordinary Routine (ambient)
6 - Fairplay [Part 2] (cinematic only)
7b - Better Get Used to It (ambient)
8a - The Whore (cinematic only)
9 - A Trip to the Country (cinematic only)
10 - Omerta
20 - The Death of Art (referenced)

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VINCENZO

From the instruction manual:
"He has worked for the family for a long time and it means everything to him. 
It's strange that such a good guy like Vincenzo found his greatest love in 
guns, but that's why he takes care of Salieri's arsenal of weapons and selects 
the best equipment for a mission."

Before most missions, you're going to want to check in with both Vincenzo and 
Ralph.  The former will set you up with weapons for the challenge ahead.  
Usually he will supply you with a Colt 1911 or another handgun, but depending 
on the mission, he can give you everything from a sniper rifle to a car bomb.

Missions:

3 - Molotov Party (cinematic only)
4 - Ordinary Routine (ambient)
7b - Better Get Used to It (ambient)
10 - Omerta (ambient)
11 - Visiting Rich People (ambient)
14 - Happy Birthday! (cinematic only)
15 - You Lucky Bastard! (ambient)
17 - Election Campaign (ambient)
18 - Just for Relaxation (ambient)

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RALPH

From the instruction manual:
"Ralph is excellent when it comes to dealing with vehicles. He can take 
apart, repair, improve and then rebuild whatever he gets his hands on and 
that's about it. His world revolves around anything on four wheels, and he 
knows little about anything else. That's why he'll only talk about vehicles, 
though even conversations about vehicles aren't easy for him."

Along with Vincenzo, you will want to pay a visit to Ralph before each 
mission. He will supply you with a car to suit your needs. Stuttering aside, 
Ralph is a very helpful character.  He teaches you how to steal new car models 
and supplies you with some as well.  In addition, any car you bring back to him 
will be added to the garage at mission completion.  You can then use that car 
on any subsequent mission.

Missions: 

3 - Molotov Party (cinematic only)
4 - Ordinary Routine (ambient)
5 - Fairplay (ambient)
7b - Better Get Used to It (ambient)
9 - A Trip to the Country (ambient)
10 - Omerta (ambient)
11 - Visiting Rich People (ambient)
14 - Happy Birthday! (ambient)
15 - You Lucky Bastard! (ambient)
16 - Creme de la Creme (ambient)
17 - Election Campaign (ambient)
18 - Just for Relaxation (ambient)

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DON MORELLO
 
From the instruction manual:
"Salieri's main adversary. Where Salieri opts for negotiation, Morello uses 
an army of men with Thompsons. Where Salieri punishes treachery, Morello 
indiscriminately shows his might. Because of this he has a big influence in 
the city, which he is trying to extend into Salieri family territory. He is 
greatly helped by his brother Sergio. However, he ultimately destroys 
everything he's involved in through his overly brutal behavior."

Morello is the rival Don in Lost Heaven. While Salieri is cast in a benevolent, 
almost father-figure light, Morello stands for every negative aspect of the 
Mafia. Invoking wanton violence and refusing to adhere to "family values," his 
only concern is personal gain. For a good portion of the game, your ultimate 
goal will be bringing him down. As a result, most of the enemies you face are 
his goons. 

Missions: 

Intermezzo 1 (cinematic only)
16 - Creme de la Creme (ambient)
Intermezzo 4 (referenced)

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LUCAS BERTONE

From the instruction manual:
"Lucas is a pleasant Italian of middle age, a car mechanic for the rich. He 
is very big-hearted even though, in view of the services he provides to the 
Mafia, he is no saint. 
NOTE: Although not part of the Salieri family its often worth visiting Lucas 
when you have spare time as unlike Ralph, Luca's work means that he has 
access to some of the more luxurious and exotic cars in the city."

Lucas Bertone's auto service shop is under the Giuliano Bridge in southern New 
Ark. As the manual describes, Lucas is able to get you access to more high-end 
cars than Ralph. After many missions, you may have the option to take a detour 
and stop by his shop.  It's highly recommended that you do this, because the 
resulting side-mission will unlock new cars, which will aid you both in future 
missions and in Freeride.
 
Missions:

5 - Fairplay (ambient)
6 - Fairplay [Part 2] (ambient)
9 - A Trip to the Country (ambient)
10 - Omerta (ambient)
11 - Visiting Rich People (ambient)
15 - You Lucky Bastard! (ambient)
16 - Creme de la Creme (ambient)
17 - Election Campaign (ambient)
19 - Moonlighting (ambient)
20 - The Death of Art (ambient)
Freeride (Lucas' shop will repair your vehicle for $2000; Lucas himself is 
         nowhere to be seen)

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- Minor Characters -
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Luigi: The bartender at Salieri's bar - He is a kind man who has many a 
conversation with Tommy. He appears in nearly every mission, waiting behind the 
bar for customers. If you try to talk to him, he usually tells Tommy to check 
back later, when can have a more thorough conversation.

Missions:

2 - The Running Man (cinematic only)
3 - Molotov Party (cinematic only)
4 - Ordinary Routine (ambient)
5 - Fairplay (ambient)
6 - Fairplay [Part 2] (ambient)
7a - Sarah (ambient)
7b - Better Get Used to It (ambient)
10 - Omerta (ambient)
11 - Visiting Rich People (ambient)
16 - Creme de la Creme (ambient)
17 - Election Campaign (ambient)
18 - Just for Relaxation (ambient)

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Sarah: Luigi's daughter - Tommy escorts her home and protects her from a street 
gang in "Sarah." After that mission, they develop a relationship which evolves 
throughout the course of the game.

Missions:

3 - Molotov Party (cinematic only)
5 - Fairplay (cinematic only)
6 - Fairplay [Part 2] (cinematic only)
7a - Sarah
9 - A Trip to the Country (referenced)

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Bobby: The gate guard for the Lost Heaven Racing Circuit - His assistance is 
needed in the mission "Fairplay."

Missions:

5 - Fairplay (ambient)

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Michelle: She congratulates Tommy after his win in "Fairplay" [Part 2] and 
turns out to be "The Whore" in the mission of the same name. Under Tommy's 
request/order, she leaves the city, never to return.

Missions: 

6 - Fairplay [Part 2] (cinematic only)
8a - The Whore (cinematic only)
20 - The Death of Art (referenced)

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Big Biff: An informant for the Salieri Family who usually hangs out in 
Chinatown - He informs you of the gang's base of operations in "Better Get Used 
To It" and tries to help you find Frank in "Omerta."

Missions: 

7b - Better Get Used to It (ambient)
10 - Omerta (ambient)

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Billy: An obnoxious little street punk. Tommy hunts him down in the mission 
"Better Get Used to It." However, as he is the son of an influential city 
councilor, his death creates quite a commotion, and a problem for Tommy.

Missions:

7b - Better Get Used to It (ambient)
8b - The Priest (ambient)

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Johnny: This friend of Billy's somehow lives though his ordeal with Tommy in 
"Better Get Used to It." In revenge, he brings the councilor and all of the 
corrupt politicians down on Salieri.

Missions: 

7b - Better Get Used to It (ambient)
8b - The Priest (ambient)

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Councilor (unnamed): Tommy is sent aboard a party steamer to kill this city 
councilor in the mission "Happy Birthday!" This is a major event in the chain 
of Salieri's attacks on those who associate with Morello. Also note that this 
is the same man whose son (Billy) Paulie killed in "Better Get Used to It." As 
a result, the councilor shows up at Billy's funeral during "The Priest."

Missions: 

8b - The Priest (cinematic only)
14 - Happy Birthday! (ambient)

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Lucas' Friend (unnamed): Tommy has to warn this man to escape from the police 
converging on his apartment in the mission "A Trip to the Country". This favor 
is greatly appreciated by Lucas.

Missions:

9 - A Trip to the Country (only mentioned)

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Little Tony: Another informant of the Salieri family - He hangs out in front 
of the art gallery on Central Island

Missions: 

10 - Omerta (ambient)
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Idiot Joe: Idiot Joe is a reluctant informant who gives Tommy a ton of snappy 
backtalk before telling him about Frank and the accounting books in "Omerta." 
He can be found not far from Lucas Bertone's shop, under the Giuliano Bridge.

Missions: 

10 - Omerta (ambient)

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March: Frank's wife makes an appearance in the mission "Omerta." Play 
the mission for more information about her story.

Missions: 

10 - Omerta (ambient)

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Alice: Frank's daughter also can be found in the mission "Omerta." Again, play 
the mission for more information.

Missions: 

10 - Omerta (ambient)

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Carlo: A friend of Lucas Bertone's - He has a personal vendetta against Stan, 
and Tommy beats up this bouncer as a favor. As a side note, there's no mention 
as to whether or not this is the same Carlo as Salieri's driver.

Missions: 

10 - Omerta (only mentioned)

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Stan: A big muscular guy - He appears to be the bouncer at the Black Cat Bar in 
Little Italy. Tommy beats him up as a favor for Carlo.

Missions: 

10 - Omerta (ambient)

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Salvatore: Salvatore is the best lock pick in the city. He aids Tommy in the 
mission "Visiting Rich People" by opening the gate, the safe in the 
office, and (optionally) the prosecutor's Silver Fletcher.

Missions: 

11 - Visiting Rich People

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William Gates (Bill): Bill is introduced as a whiskey dealer from Kentucky who 
arranges a deal with Paulie. His part is very minor, as he gets shot almost 
immediately after Tommy meets him. However, it turns out that he isn't from 
Kentucky at all. In fact, he's just a small time thief who stole from Morello, 
which is why the gangsters came to hunt him down. It's unclear whether or not 
any pun is aimed at Microsoft's billion-dollar frontman.

Missions: 

12 - A Great Deal! (ambient)

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Pepe: Pepe is the owner of a fine Italian Bar and Pizzeria in New Ark. His 
restaurant is a favorite of Don Salieri's. In the mission "Bon Appetit!" Tommy 
accompanies the Don for a lunch at Pepe's, though the situation turns rapidly 
downhill once they finish their meal. However, Pepe survives the ordeal, and 
receives some money from Salieri to fix up his restaurant.

Missions: 

13 - Bon Appetit! (cinematic only)

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Carlo: Salieri's double-crossing driver - He called in sick the day Morello 
attempted to assassinate Salieri. Tommy hunts him down for retribution. Again, 
there's no mention as to whether or not this is the same Carlo as Lucas' friend 
in "Omerta."

Missions: 

13 - Bon Appetit (ambient)

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Sergio Morello, Jr.: The younger brother of Salieri's rival Don - His uncanny 
ability to avoid death becomes evident when Tommy repeatedly fails to kill him 
in the mission "You Lucky Bastard!" His eventual demise iss another major event 
in the chain, as it marks the death of one of Morello's closest accomplices.

Missions: 

15 - You Lucky Bastard! (ambient)

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Lucas' Friend (unnamed): This man is another of Lucas' unnamed friends. Tommy 
has to help him get to the Oakwood "family" doctor after he's shot in 
Chinatown. This is part of the Lucas Bertone side-mission in "You Lucky 
Bastard!"

Missions: 

15 - You Lucky Bastard!

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Mr. Sewer: Tommy is sent to silence this political enemy of Salieri's in the 
mission "Election Campaign." Though he isn't part of the anti-Morello chain of 
events, he still poses a threat to the Salieri family.

Missions: 

17 - Election Campaign (ambient)

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Lucas' Friend (unnamed): Yet another of Lucas' unnamed friends - Tommy helps 
this man avoid being killed by the police in "Election Campaign."

Missions:

17 - Election Campaign (ambient)

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Don Pepone: The Don under whom both Morello and Salieri served in the early 
years of the 20th century. Tommy briefly mentions him when talking to Norman 
during Intermezzo 4. Also, as a secret/Easter egg, he appears in the bank in 
"Moonlighting."

Missions: 

Intermezzo 4 (referenced)
19 - Moonlighting (ambient)

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Dick: "Dick? No, I'm big Dick," this informant exclaims. Tommy is sent to give 
him a package as a request from Lucas in "Moonlighting." Unfortunately, they're 
attacked, and the two men end up having to fight off a few gangsters.

Missions: 

19 - Moonlighting (ambient)

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Yellow Pete: A one-armed gunsmith who, despite being off the beaten path, 
provides a very useful service. Although you only have access to his shop in 
the final parts of the game, his arsenal of weapons is very helpful when trying 
to beat these last couple missions.  His shop (though not his body) remains in 
Freeride mode and is the only place to purchase new weaponry. Look for a metal 
door next to the parking lot behind the Twister theater in western Hoboken.

Missions: 

19 - Moonlighting (ambient)
20 - The Death of Art (ambient)
Freeride (Yellow Pete himself is not present)

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***********************************************************************[06-WEA]
******************************** W E A P O N S ********************************
*******************************************************************************

Given how this game is titled "Mafia," it's only natural that you will have to 
use weapons at some point. After all, I'm assuming that you bought this game so 
that you could shoot people, not be a prosecuting attorney against the 
mob...right? Anyway, I have compiled a list of all the weapons in the game, 
organized into categories, and described in great detail. 

The weapon list will be set up under each category like this:
    ________________________
   /                       /
  / W E A P O N   N A M E /
 /                       /____________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | The name of the weapon as it appears in the game. For     |
|                 | example, the "Smith and Wesson" is always abbreviated to  |
|                 | simply "S&W". Therefore, the Smith and Wesson Model 10    |
|                 | Military and Police is called the S&W Model 10 M&P.       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | This will either be small or large (or N/A in the case of |
|                 | fists). Tommy has five slots/holsters in his inventory    |
|                 | for small weapons, his coat, and his hands. Thus, you can |
|                 | carry six small weapons (five in his holsters, and one in |
|                 | his coat) and still have your hands free. If his coat     |
|                 | "space" isn't being used up, Tommy can hide one large     |
|                 | weapon there, while still having his hands free.          |
|                 | Therefore, if you want to be able to conceal all your     |
|                 | weapons, you can carry either six small weapons, or five  |
|                 | small and one large. However, if you add a second large   |
|                 | weapon, even if you have no small weapons, Tommy will not |
|                 | be able to conceal it.                                    |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | Whether or not you care about concealing weapons, Tommy   |
|                 | can still only hold two large weapons, regardless of      |
|                 | remaining space in his inventory. In general, most melee  |
|                 | weapons and handguns are small, while the shotguns and    |
|                 | rifles are large.                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | A rough estimate of the damage that the weapon doles out  |
|                 | - The type of weapon is factored in to some degree. The   |
|                 | The ratings are: Very low, low, medium-low, medium,       |
|                 | medium-high, high, extreme. For firearms, this rating     |
|                 | will be followed by the maximum damage value (as taken    |
|                 | from a weapon statistics editor, which shows the original |
|                 | stats before you modify them).                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Another rough estimate, this time, of the weapon's range  |
|                 | - For melee weapons, this is going to be quite short.     |
|                 | Obviously, you can't hit someone with a baseball bat if   |
|                 | They're more than a few feet away from you.               |
|                 | For guns, it is the maximum range at which the weapon     |
|                 | retains most of its accuracy. It is measured in the       |
|                 | following ratings: None, very short, short, medium-short, |
|                 | medium, medium-far, far, extreme.                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | The first number will show the maximum amount that can be |
|                 | held in one clip and expended before having to reload.    |
|                 | The second number shows the maximum amount of ammo that   |
|                 | Tommy can hold in reserve for the weapon. This means that |
|                 | the total ammunition capacity is the sum of these two     |
|                 | numbers.                                                  |
|                 | For obvious reasons, this value will be N/A for melee and |
|                 | thrown weapons. Also, please note that I'm using the term |
|                 | "clip" very loosely for all firearms. Don't send an       |
|                 | e-mail to tell me that a revolver does not use a clip     |
|                 | magazine. I know.                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Advantages of the weapon, and why you might use it        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Disadvantages of the weapon, and why you might not use it |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | This describes a situation in which the listed weapon     |
|                 | would be most effective. It addresses enemy numbers,      |
|                 | range and armaments.                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | A weapon's rarity, or frequency of appearance in the      |
|                 | game, will be listed as one of the following:             |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | "rare" (one or two missions at most)                      |
|                 | "uncommon" (a few missions, but more difficult to find)   |
|                 | "common" (in many missions and relatively easy to acquire)|
|                 | "abundant" (in nearly every mission, and very easy to get)| 
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | The price of this weapon when purchased from Yellow       | 
|                 | Pete's gunshop - See the "Freeride" section for more      |
|                 | information.                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | A brief overview of the weapon, along with any additional |
|                 | information that would be useful to the user              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

So without further ado, the weapons:


[06-MEL]
-----------------
- Melee weapons -
-----------------

Fists, bats, knives, crowbars, and similar weapons represent the melee 
category. Though some missions are an all-out brawl (such as the first part of 
"Better Get Used to It"), melee is usually a last resort. If you're going up 
against enemies armed with guns, you'll be shot down before you even get within 
striking distance. In general, these weapons aren't that great, and should only 
be used if you have no alternative.

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    ____________
   /           /
  / F I S T S /
 /           /________________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Fists                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | N/A - Your fists do not take up a space in your inventory.|
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Very low                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | None - you must be literally right up against your target.|
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - This is a melee weapon                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Not much - you can actually attack and do damage -        |
|                 | Doesn't take up an inventory space                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Low damage, nonexistent range, practically useless        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A single unarmed enemy, preferably a passive citizen who  |
|                 | won't attack you                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | N/A - You always have them                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | N/A - You always have them                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The fists are your default weapon when you have nothing   |
|                 | else to use. They are almost completely useless. When     |
|                 | fighting another person hand-to-hand, you'll get hurt     |
|                 | quite a bit before you can knock them out. When fighting  |
|                 | someone with a gun, you don't stand a chance.             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ______________________________
   /                             /
  / K N U C K L E   D U S T E R /
 /                             /______________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Knuckle Duster                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Low                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - This is a melee weapon                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Slightly better than bare fists                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | All the same as the fists                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A single unarmed enemy                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Rare                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | N/A - Not for sale at Yellow Pete's                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | If you were confused by the name, these are brass         |
|                 | knuckles. They pack a little bigger punch than the fists  |
|                 | (all puns intended), but they are still practically       |
|                 | useless when faced with a gun.                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ___________________________
   /                          /
  / B A S E B A L L    B A T /
 /                          /_________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Baseball Bat                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Large                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Low*                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Short                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - This is a melee weapon                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | One hit kill feature, can be carried without drawing      |
|                 | police attention                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Two-handed (you can only have two two-handed weapons in   |
|                 | your inventory at once), low range, regular damage is     |
|                 | still low                                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A single unarmed, (or armed with a melee weapon) enemy,   |
|                 | or two unarmed enemies                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Common                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $10                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This is probably the best melee weapon. The asterisk on   |
|                 | "low" damage is because although a normal blow is not     |
|                 | very powerful, if you can hit someone from behind with a  |
|                 | fully charged swing, it's a one hit kill. Add that to the |
|                 | fact that you can carry the bat around without angering   |
|                 | the police (unless you hit someone in front of them), and |
|                 | the fact that it's quite common, and you have yourself a  |
|                 | solid melee weapon.                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________
   /           /
  / K N I F E /
 /           /________________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Knife                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Medium*                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Very short (slightly longer reach than fists)             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - This is a melee weapon                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | High damage for a melee weapon, one hit kill feature      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Rather hard to find, low range                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A single unarmed (or armed with a melee weapon) enemy, or |
|                 | or two unarmed enemies.                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Uncommon                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $10                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Like the baseball bat, a fully charged hit from behind is |
|                 | a one hit kill.  However, the knife does more normal      |
|                 | damage by itself (it is a knife after all), but is rarer  |
|                 | than the bat.                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________
   /               /
  / C R O W B A R /
 /               /____________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Crowbar                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Low                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Very short                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - This is a melee weapon                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | OK damage, not much else                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Low range, uncommon                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A single unarmed enemy                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Uncommon                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | N/A - Not for sale at Yellow Pete's                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Not that great, the crowbar is a generic battering        |
|                 | weapon. I wouldn't really bother with this one.           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________
   /           /
  / P L A N K /
 /           /________________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Plank                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Large                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Medium (for a melee weapon)                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium-short                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - This is a melee weapon                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Abnormally high damage and range for a melee weapon       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Very rare, slow attack                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | Up to three or so unarmed or melee armed enemies          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Rare                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | N/A - Not for sale at Yellow Pete's                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This "secret" weapon is one that many people never even   |
|                 | find. In the mission "Sarah," it's propped up against     |
|                 | some boards in the area where you are first attacked.     |
|                 | In "You Better Get Used to It," you can also pick one up  |
|                 | from the wreckage of an accident (right by the entrance   |
|                 | to Chinatown).                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________
   /                   /
  / S T E E L   B A R /
 /                   /________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Steel Bar                                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Large                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Medium (for a melee weapon)                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium-short                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - This is a melee weapon                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Abnormally high damage and range for a melee weapon       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Very rare, slow attack                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | Up to three or so unarmed or melee armed enemies          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Rare                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | N/A - Not for sale at Yellow Pete's                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This is another of the "secret" weapons in Mafia. It too  |
|                 | can only be found twice in the game (to my knowledge).    |
|                 | First, in "A Trip to the Country," after Paulie uses a    |
|                 | crowbar to open the barn, go over and pick up his dropped |
|                 | tool to discover that it's actually this secret weapon.   |
|                 | The second time you come across the steel bar is in the   | 
|                 | mission "Bon Appetit!" After Tommy hunts down Carlo at    |
|                 | his apartment, a few of his friends will attack. One has  |
|                 | a baseball bat, another has a Colt Detective Special, and |
|                 | the third has this unique weapon.                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ______________
   /             /
  / B U C K E T /
 /             /______________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bucket                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Low                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - This is a melee weapon                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Is very interesting, better than fists                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Not all that great, only found in one place in the game   | 
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A single unarmed enemy (though you won't get such an      | 
|                 | opportunity in the only place you can actually get this   | 
|                 | weapon)                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Rare                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | N/A - Not for sale at Yellow Pete's                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Another "secret" weapon - The bucket is needed to clean   |
|                 | the restroom on the party steamer in the mission "Happy   |
|                 | Birthday!" If equipped as a weapon, Tommy hits people     | 
|                 | normally with his right fist and wields the bucket with   |
|                 | his left.                                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[06-HAN]
------------
- Handguns -
------------

The handgun will serve as your bread and butter weapon throughout the game. 
Although the various models are quite different from one another, they do share 
some common characteristics. For example, any handgun can be concealed inside 
Tommy's coat by pressing the H key (provided you have enough space in your 
inventory). This should keep you safe from the law. Also, all handguns can be 
used to do drive-by shootings by equipping them when inside the car, then 
pressing whatever key is assigned to fire/shoot (generally left-click). Tommy 
will stick the gun out of the window, and you are then free to fire. To retract 
his arm, simply press action/use (right-click). So without further ado, here 
are the handguns.

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    _________________________________
   /                                /
  / S & W   M O D E L   10   M & P /
 /                                /___________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | S&W Model 10 M&P                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Medium (40)                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | 6/36                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Very common, certainly better than a melee weapon         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Not exceptionally accurate or damaging                    | 
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A few enemies armed with handguns or a single enemy armed |
|                 | with a more powerful weapon, such as a shotgun, at medium |
|                 | range                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Abundant                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $30                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The standard issue handgun for all police officers -      |
|                 | Unfortunately, it's really not a very good gun. Its low   |
|                 | damage and high recoil make the Model 10 a rather         |
|                 | undesirable choice. However, it still is better than      |
|                 | using a melee weapon, and its abundance does help if you  |
|                 | just need a gun.                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________
   /                   /
  / C O L T   1 9 1 1 /
 /                   /________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Colt 1911                                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Medium-high (55)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium-far                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | 7/35                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Very high accuracy for a handgun, good damage output      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Not as powerful as the magnum                             | 
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A few enemies armed with handguns or a single enemy armed |
|                 | with a more powerful weapon, such as a shotgun, at        |
|                 | medium-long range                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Abundant                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $50                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | A basic pistol, yet highly effective when used correctly  |
|                 | - Its precision and accuracy are notably better than any  |
|                 | of the other handguns. This is my personal pistol of      |
|                 | choice, and is one that you will probably use throughout  |
|                 | the game. This Colt is carried by many enemies in the     |
|                 | story missions, and by most gangsters in Freeride mode.   |
|                 | There's a reason that this gun is still in use to this    |
|                 | day, nearly a century after its invention. The 1911 will  |
|                 | not let you down.                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ______________________________________________
   /                                             /
  / C O L T   D E T E C T I V E   S P E C I A L /
 /                                             /______________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Colt Detective Special                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Medium-low (30)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | 6/36                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Decent damage, decent accuracy                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Relatively small clip, not extremely common, usually      |
|                 | there is a better alternative                             | 
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A few enemies armed with handguns or a single enemy armed |
|                 | with a more powerful weapon, such as a shotgun, at medium |
|                 | range                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Uncommon                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $10                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This is arguably the worst of the pistols. It has lower   |
|                 | damage, worse accuracy and shorter range than any of the  |
|                 | other handguns. The Colt 1911 or Model 27 will easily     |
|                 | beat it in almost any situation. Only the Model 10 even   |
|                 | "comes close," in terms of being a fairly ineffective and |
|                 | rather useless killing tool. Also, the Detective Special  |
|                 | isn't a particularly common weapon.                       |
|                 | Another note is that in most of the missions late in the  |
|                 | game, Tommy begins the level with a CDS and one "clip"    |
|                 | (I know it's not actually a clip, spare me the e-mail) of |
|                 | ammunition, even before he goes to see Vincenzo.          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________________
   /                                       / 
  / S & W   M O D E L   2 7   M A G N U M /      
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | S&W Model 27 Magnum                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | High (75)                                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | 6/36                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | High damage                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | High recoil, accuracy can be questionable                 | 
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A few enemies armed with handguns or a couple enemies     |
|                 | armed with more powerful weapons, such as shotguns,       |
|                 | at medium range                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Common                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $100                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | A very powerful magnum - Between this and the Colt 1911,  |
|                 | it's a matter of personal preference. The Model 27 deals  |
|                 | more damage, but is slower, and has more recoil. I prefer |
|                 | the 1911, but the magnum is just as effective when used   |
|                 | correctly. Also note that although it's not rare, the     |
|                 | Model 27 is not nearly as common as the Colt 1911 or      |
|                 | Model 10.                                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[06-SHO]
------------
- Shotguns -
------------

Although there are only two models in this game, the shotguns are 
unquestionably the heavy hitters in Tommy's arsenal. Without a doubt, they will 
save your life, time and time again. When used effectively, these tools of 
destruction can turn the tide of any battle. As they are "heavy," or two-handed 
weapons, Tommy can only conceal one at a time, and cannot use them in drive-by 
shootings.

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    ________________________________________
   /                                       /
  / P U M P - A C T I O N   S H O T G U N /
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Pump-Action Shotgun                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Large                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Extreme (250)                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium-short                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | 8/32*                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Extreme damage, no loss of ammo from reloading            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Not as fast firing as the Sawed-Off, relatively low range |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A couple enemies armed with pistols or rifles, or shotgun | 
|                 | (if you can beat them to the punch) at medium-close range |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Common                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $500                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Since each cartridge is individual, and not on a clip,    |
|                 | reloading this weapon won't waste ammo. Besides the Model | 
|                 | 10, this is the other gun carried by police (in squad     |
|                 | cars only).                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / S A W E D - O F F   S H O T G U N /               
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Sawed-off Shotgun                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Large (There's a misprint in the manual that classifies   |
|                 | the sawed-off as small. It is actually a large-type       |
|                 | weapon)                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Extreme (250)                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Short                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | 2/34                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Absurdly high damage, can fire two shots very quickly     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Must be reloaded after every two shots, very limited      |
|                 | effective range                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | One or possibly two enemies armed with almost anything,   |
|                 | but must be at very close range                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Uncommon                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $500                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | At close range, this weapon will kill in one hit. Plain   |
|                 | and simple. However, as your target gets farther away,    |
|                 | the damage drops dramatically. By the time you're         |
|                 | shooting at long range, the gun is all but useless. Also, |
|                 | although you can fire two shots in rapid succession, the  |
|                 | gun has to be reloaded after those two shots, which can   |
|                 | become a pain (and a liability) in certain situations.    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[06-RIF]
----------
- Rifles -
----------

Though the bulkiest of the weapons (aside from the shotguns), the rifles in 
Mafia are some of the most powerful. Usually noted for their damage dealing 
capabilities, high accuracy, and low re-fire rates, rifles are an instrumental 
tool for any sniper, or for anyone who would like to keep their distance. I've 
included the Thompson in this category, as it is a(n) (automatic) rifle, but it 
doesn't follow the characteristics of the other two.

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    ________________________________________________________
   /                                                       /
  / U. S.   R I F L E   M 1 9 0 3   S P R I N G F I E L D /
 /                                                       /____________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | U.S. Rifle M1903 Springfield                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Large                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | High (80)                                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Far                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | 5/15                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | High power, long range, good accuracy                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Slow rate of fire, not very common, small ammunition      |
|                 | capacity                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | Multiple enemies with pistols, shotguns, or other         |
|                 | relatively inaccurate weapons, at long range              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Rare                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $2000                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | A very powerful rifle, though only available late in the  |
|                 | game - Works well when coupled with the Thompson (then    |
|                 | again, anything works well with the Thompson) - Its       |
|                 | greatest limitation is its small ammunition capacity.     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / M O S I N - N A G A N T   1 8 9 1 / 3 0 /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Mosin-Nagant 1891/30                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Large                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | High (100)                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Extreme                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | 5/35                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | High damage, extreme range, very accurate, has a scope    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Rare (only once in the main game), slow fire rate         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A few enemies armed with just about anything (except      |
|                 | rifles) at as long a range as possible                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Rare                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $2000                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | How can you have a videogame "shooter" and not have a     |
|                 | sniper rifle? The Mosin-Nagant addresses this question.   |
|                 | It has a built in scope (default: R key) that allows you  |
|                 | to hit a target from practically anywhere. In addition,   |
|                 | its high damage output will almost certainly kill that    |
|                 | target in one or two shots. The problem is that the       |
|                 | weapon is extremely rare. In the main storyline, you only |
|                 | get your hands on this rifle once, in "Election           |
|                 | Campaign." In Freeride, you can purchase one, and in      |
|                 | Freeride Extreme, you can keep one after completing one   |
|                 | of the challenges.                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________
   /                           /
  / T H O M P S O N   1 9 2 8 /
 /                           /________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Thompson 1928                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Large                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Medium-high (50)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | 50/200                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Good damage, fast rate of fire, decent range, very        |
|                 | effective overall                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Range isn't as good as that of some other guns...         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | Almost any number of enemies with any weapons at almost   |
|                 | any range (the only exceptions would be rifle-wielding    |
|                 | enemies at long range or shotgun-toting gangster at point |
|                 | blank)                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Common                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $1000                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Tommy gun, the T-Gun, The Chicago Typewriter, The     |
|                 | Big-T - Whatever you want to call it, this is by far the  |
|                 | best weapon in the game. An experienced player will be    |
|                 | able to take down almost anyone with this beast, without  |
|                 | even being hit. Its high rate of fire makes it capable of |
|                 | effective crowd control when facing multiple targets, as  |
|                 | well as suppressive fire to keep the enemies from         |
|                 | retaliating. Though I listed the range as medium, an      |
|                 | effective user can hit almost anything with it (which is  |
|                 | somewhat unrealistic, given the round clip inefficiencies |
|                 | of the real gun).  Finally, it is relatively abundant in  | 
|                 | the story and in Freeride, meaning that you will have     | 
|                 | plenty of ammo to use. What more could you ask for?       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[06-THR]
---------------------
- Throwable Weapons -
---------------------

Perhaps the most underused and underrepresented weapons in Mafia are the 
throwables. Both the Molotov cocktail and the grenade are capable of dealing 
large amounts of damage if utilized correctly. Once the throwing arc is 
mastered, a good player should be able to hit enemies quite a distance away.

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    __________________________________
   /                                 /
  / M O L O T O V   C O C K T A I L /
 /                                 /__________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Molotov Cocktail                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | High                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium-far                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - Each cocktail takes up one inventory space          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | High damage, can affect multiple enemies with ease        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Can hurt yourself, takes practice to utilize well,        |
|                 | dangerous in close quarters                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A medium-large clustered and tightly packed group of      |
|                 | enemies, with almost any weapon (though rifles might be a |
|                 | problem) at medium range                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Rare                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $1000                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Not very common in either the story or Freeride mode,     |
|                 | molotovs remain an effective tool for dealing with        |
|                 | crowds of enemies. These cocktails are able to light      |
|                 | people (Tommy included) on fire.  Just make sure you're   |
|                 | acquainted with the arc, lest you throw one 20 feet over  |
|                 | an enemy's head, or drop it on your own foot. Also,       |
|                 | please do not e-mail me to argue about Stalin's Foreign   |
|                 | minister and how the weapon is an anachronism in this     |
|                 | game because it did not get its name until after the      |
|                 | 1930s.                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________
   /               /
  / G R E N A D E /
 /               /____________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Grenade                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Size            | Small                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Damage          | Extreme                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Range           | Medium-far                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Clip/Max Ammo   | N/A - Each grenade takes up one inventory space           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Advantages      | Can kill anyone, and destroy cars very easily             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Disadvantages   | Can also kill Tommy very easily, takes practice to throw  |
|                 | well                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Ideal Situation | A group of enemies (or cars) at medium-long range         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Rarity          | Uncommon                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Cost            | $1000                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Fairly difficult to come by (they're well hidden in the   |
|                 | few missions that even have them at all), but also        |
|                 | extremely effective when utilized correctly - Grenades    |
|                 | are able to kill anything in one hit, including Tommy if  |
|                 | he's too close. Do not underestimate the blast radius of  |
|                 | these things, or they will blow you to pieces. Also, they |
|                 | are able to destroy most cars if you land one underneath. |
|                 | Like the cocktails, master Tommy's throwing arc before    |
|                 | you go blowing yourself up.                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[06-DAT]
--------------
- Data Table -
--------------

In this sub-section, I have re-compiled all the weapon data into a single table 
for quick and easy access to the information.

Please note that for formatting reasons, names of weapons had to be abbreviated 
(they should be self-explanatory) as did damage and range ratings, as follows:

Damage Abbreviations         Range Abbreviations      
_________________________________________________
None: N (not used)           None: N                  
Very low: VL                 Very Short: VS           
Low: L                       Short: S                 
Medium-low: ML               Medium-short: MS         
Medium: M                    Medium: M
Medium-high: MH              Medium-far: MF
High: H                      Far: F
Extreme: EX                  Extreme: EX

 ______________ _________ _______ ________ _______ ________ __________ _______
|              |         |       |        |       |        |          |       |
| Name         | Type    | Size  | Damage | Range | Ammo   | Rarity   | Cost  |
|______________|_________|_______|________|_______|________|__________|_______|

 _____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                             |
|                               MELEE WEAPONS                                 |
|______________ _________ _______ ________ _______ ________ __________ _______|
|              |         |       |        |       |        |          |       |
| Fists        | Melee   | N/A   | VL     | N     | N/A    | N/A      | N/A   |
| Knuckles     | Melee   | Small | L      | N     | N/A    | Rare     | N/A   |
| BB Bat       | Melee   | Large | L*     | S     | N/A    | Common   | $10   |
| Knife        | Melee   | Small | M*     | VS    | N/A    | Rare     | $10   |
| Crowbar      | Melee   | Small | L      | VS    | N/A    | Uncommon | N/A   |
| Plank        | Melee   | Large | M      | MS    | N/A    | Rare     | N/A   |
| Steel Bar    | Melee   | Large | M      | MS    | N/A    | Rare     | N/A   |
| Bucket       | Melee   | Small | L      | N     | N/A    | Rare     | N/A   |
|______________|_________|_______|________|_______|________|__________|_______|
 _____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                             |
|                                  HANDGUNS                                   |
|______________ _________ _______ ________ _______ ________ __________ _______|
|              |         |       |        |       |        |          |       |
| Model 10     | Handgun | Small | M      | M     | 6/36   | Abundant | $30   |
| Colt 1911    | Handgun | Small | MH     | MF    | 7/35   | Abundant | $50   |
| Colt DS      | Handgun | Small | ML     | M     | 6/36   | Uncommon | $10   |
| Model 27     | Handgun | Small | H      | M     | 6/36   | Common   | $100  |
|______________|_________|_______|________|_______|________|__________|_______|
 _____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                             |
|                                  SHOTGUNS                                   |
|______________ _________ _______ ________ _______ ________ __________ _______|
|              |         |       |        |       |        |          |       |
| Pump-Action  | Shotgun | Large | EX     | MS    | 8/32** | Common   | $500  |
| Sawed-off    | Shotgun | Large | EX     | S     | 2/34   | Uncommon | $500  |
|______________|_________|_______|________|_______|________|__________|_______|
 _____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                             |
|                                   RIFLES                                    |
|______________ _________ _______ ________ _______ ________ __________ _______|
|              |         |       |        |       |        |          |       |
| Springfield  | Rifle   | Large | H      | F     | 5/15   | Rare     | $2000 |
| Mosin-Nagant | Rifle   | Large | H      | EX    | 5/35   | Rare     | $2000 |
| Thompson     | Rifle   | Large | MH     | M     | 50/200 | Common   | $1000 |
|______________|_________|_______|________|_______|________|__________|_______|
 _____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                             |
|                             THROWABLE WEAPONS                               |
|______________ _________ _______ ________ _______ ________ __________ _______|
|              |         |       |        |       |        |          |       |
| Molotov      | Throw   | Small | H      | MF    | N/A    | Rare     | $1000 |
| Grenade      | Throw   | Small | EX     | MF    | N/A    | Uncommon | $1000 |
|______________|_________|_______|________|_______|________|__________|_______|

*While the baseball bat and knife do a set amount of damage using a normal 
swing, a fully charged blow from behind is a one-hit kill with either weapon. 

**Unlike other weapons, the pump-action shotgun is loaded with individual 
cartridges, rather than a clip. This means that reloading does not waste 
ammunition.

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***********************************************************************[07-CAR]
*********************************** C A R S ***********************************
*******************************************************************************

Driving plays just as important a role as gunplay throughout much of the game. 
As a result, it's equally critical that you are familiar with the numerous 
vehicles available in Mafia. Although I believe this section to be highly 
informative, I still encourage you to check out other sources of information. 
In particular, I recommend MattyDienhoff's Car Guide, which can be found here:

http://mafiascene.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10727

Moving on, all cars are measured by, and classified under a number of different 
criteria. They will be listed by section/type/company, in the order in which 
they appear from the Freeride car-select menu. For each line/family, the 
following information will be given:

Grouping: Cars are grouped by how they are unlocked. For example, there 
are three groups of Bolts: Bolt Aces, Bolt Model Bs, and Bolt V8s. The Aces are 
unlocked from the start of the game, the Model Bs are unlocked after beating 
mission 3, and the V8s are unlocked after beating mission 8. Therefore, there 
are three groups. Each of these groups is listed along with the cars contained 
within and the mission after which it becomes available.

Summary: A small synopsis/introduction to this particular group of cars

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

For each individual car, the following information will be given (information 
in parenthesis is usually redundant, but in metric form):
    __________________
   /                 /
  / C A R   N A M E /
 /                 /__________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Name of the car as it appears in game, not the name of    |
|                 | the actual car after which it's modeled - If you're       |
|                 | interested in the real-world counterparts, I suggest      |
|                 | looking at "Real Car Names" in the "Secrets" section of   |
|                 | this guide.                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | The weight of the car in kilograms                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | The horsepower of the car in HP (in kilowatts)            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | This is the maximum speed that the game lists the car as  |
|                 | being able to travel, in miles per hour (in kilometers    |
|                 | per hour).                                                |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | Note that most cars can exceed this figure, some more so  |
|                 | than others. For more accurate information about true max |
|                 | speeds, please take a look at dood's "Car Top Speed       |
|                 | List." You can find it at this address:                   |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | http://mafiascene.com/modules.php?name=content&cid=27     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | The number of cylinders in the car's engine               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | This is the volume (in cubic centimeters) that the piston |
|                 | covers during one stroke, or cycle. This is a value       |
|                 | included in the carcylcopedia, but it really isn't that   |
|                 | important unless you're a car buff.                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | How many gears the car has in its gearbox - Pretty basic, |
|                 | but if you don't drive manual, it won't really matter to  |
|                 | you.                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | The number of people who can ride in the car. This value  |
|                 | is usually either two or four, but may be one for the     |
|                 | race cars. For the most part, you can tell how many seats |
|                 | a car has just by the name. "Fordor" means four doors     |
|                 | (Four seats); "Tudor" means two doors (two seats). The    |
|                 | unusual spellings are just something you'll have to get   | 
|                 | used to. A car's seating is usually not very important,   |
|                 | but for the missions where you have to take Paulie and    |
|                 | Sam somewhere, you're obviously going to need a car that  |
|                 | seats more than two.                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | This tells whether the top/roof of the car is hard or     |
|                 | soft. If a soft-top lands on its roof (upside down),      |
|                 | Tommy will be killed instantly, regardless of his health  |
|                 | level. Unsurprisingly, cars with no roof at all share     |
|                 | this same weakness.                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | This is a list of the possible colors for the car. If you |
|                 | are choosing a car for Freeride and the car has multiple  |
|                 | color options, you are given the choice of what color you |
|                 | would like it to be. However, there is a little           |
|                 | peculiarity (which may be a glitch/programming error) in  |
|                 | which the last available color cannot be selected. Cars   |
|                 | painted with these colors can still be found driving the  |
|                 | streets of Lost Heaven, they just cannot be chosen as     |
|                 | your starting vehicle.                                    |
|                 | For example, all Bolt Ace models exist in blue, dark      |
|                 | blue, green, brown, and red, and each of these can be     |
|                 | found driving around normally. However, if you choose a   |
|                 | Bolt Ace as your starting vehicle in Freeride, you will   |
|                 | be unable to select a red model.                          |
|                 | As a reminder, the unavailable colors will be marked with |
|                 | a single asterisk.                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | This tells you the mission after which the car becomes    |
|                 | available for use in Freeride. Note that this means       |
|                 | after COMPLETING the mission (not just starting it).      |
|                 | Also, some of the cars can only be unlocked by completing |
|                 | Lucas Bertone side-missions. For the sake of clarity, it  |
|                 | is assumed that you are undertaking all these optional    |
|                 | challenges.                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | A brief description and relevant information covering the |
|                 | car - Also, any other points of interest                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-BOL]
--------
- Bolt -
--------

Bolt Ace (6 models) - Initially unlocked

      - Bolt Ace Tudor
      - Bolt Ace Touring
      - Bolt Ace Runabout
      - Bolt Ace Pickup
      - Bolt Ace Fordor
      - Bolt Ace Coupe

Bolt Model B (7 models) - Unlocked after Mission 3: "Molotov Party"

      - Bolt Model B Tudor
      - Bolt Model B Roadster
      - Bolt Model B Pickup
      - Bolt Model B Fordor
      - Bolt Model B Delivery
      - Bolt Model B Coupe
      - Bolt Model B Cabriolet

Bolt V8 (5 models) - Unlocked after Mission 8: "The Whore/The Priest"

      - Bolt V8 Coupe
      - Bolt V8 Fordor
      - Bolt V8 Roadster
      - Bolt V8 Touring
      - Bolt V8 Tudor
 
The Bolt family of cars is the largest in the game, and includes some of the 
most common vehicles. Expect to see quite a few of these driving around in the 
city, especially in the early 1930s. The Bolt line is divided into three 
groups: Bolt Aces, Bolt Model Bs, and Bolt V8s. The Aces are the most basic and 
weakest of the cars. The Model Bs are mediocre, generic, and very common in the 
early 1930s. The V8s are the more elegant and sporty vehicles of the family. 
All three groups have the same basic models, only differing slightly in 
appearance and handling. 

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    ______________________________
   /                             /
  / B O L T   A C E   T U D O R /
 /                             /______________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Ace Tudor                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 800 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 22 HP (16.2 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 45 mph (72 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 2865 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Two-speed, operated by pedal                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Dark Blue, Green, Brown, Red*                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Always available                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | A pretty simple car, like most of the Bolts - You will    |
|                 | find this Ace throughout the levels that take place in    |
|                 | the early 1930s. Like most of the cars in its group, the  |
|                 | Tudor is not very powerful or stylish. It will, however,  |
|                 | get you from point A to point B. Just don't expect to     |
|                 | race around in it.                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    __________________________________
   /                                 /
  / B O L T   A C E   T O U R I N G /
 /                                 /__________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Ace Touring                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 800 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 22 HP (16.2 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 45 mph (72 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 2865 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Two-speed, operated by pedal                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Dark Blue, Green, Brown, Red*                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Always available                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This simple Bolt has a very distinctive slope on its      |
|                 | back. Also, other than the windshield, it has no windows. |
|                 | This makes it even less desirable than some of the other  |
|                 | Bolt Aces, as you can be shot from the side quite easily. |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / B O L T   A C E   R U N A B O U T /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Ace Runabout                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 800 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 22 HP (16.2 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 45 mph (72 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 2865 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Two-speed, operated by pedal                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Dark Blue, Green, Brown, Red*                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Always available                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Characterized by a sloping rear much like the Touring's,  |
|                 | the Bolt Ace Runabout is one of the worst cars available  |
|                 | in the early 1930s. Even though all the Bolt Aces have    |
|                 | the same statistics, this one feels like the weakest. One |
|                 | of the smallest non-racing cars, the Runabout is          | 
|                 | extremely fragile, both to gunfire and to collisions. I   |
|                 | really wouldn't recommend driving this unless you have no |
|                 | better alternative.                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________
   /                               /
  / B O L T   A C E   P I C K U P /
 /                               /____________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Ace Pickup                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 800 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 22 HP (16.2 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 45 mph (72 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 2865 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Two-speed, operated by pedal                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Dark Blue, Green, Brown, Red*                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Always available                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This is one of only two pickups in the game. Furthermore, |
|                 | the Bolt Ace Pickup is probably the rarer, though weaker  |
|                 | of the two. However, if you like to organize your garage  |
|                 | like I do, with a few rare cars highlighting every year   |
|                 | from 1930-1938, this vehicle is a great choice. If you    |
|                 | can't nab one early on, such as in "Molotov Party," you   |
|                 | may never get another chance.                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________
   /                               /
  / B O L T   A C E   F O R D O R /
 /                               /____________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Ace Fordor                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 800 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 22 HP (16.2 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 45 mph (72 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 2865 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Two-speed, operated by pedal                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Dark Blue, Green, Brown, Red*                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Always available                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This car is almost identical to the Bolt Ace Tudor, with  |
|                 | the exception of its capacity. It can seat four people,   |
|                 | hence its (interestingly spelled) name. As a result, it's |
|                 | slightly longer, but handles almost the same.             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ______________________________
   /                             /
  / B O L T   A C E   C O U P E /
 /                             /______________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Ace Coupe                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 800 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 22 HP (16.2 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 45 mph (72 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 2865 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Two-speed, operated by pedal                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Dark Blue, Green, Brown, Red*                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Always available                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Take a Bolt Ace Runabout, put a spare tire on the back,   |
|                 | make the roof solid, and you've basically got a Bolt Ace  |
|                 | Coupe. These two cars are very similar in their handling  |
|                 | and appearance. There's not much else to say.             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ______________________________________
   /                                     /
  / B O L T   M O D E L   B   T U D O R /
 /                                     /______________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Model B Tudor                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1075 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 40 HP (29.7 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 58 mph (97 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3285 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Brown, Red, Green, Dark Blue*                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The first car in the Bolt Model B series, the Tudor is a  |
|                 | step up from any of the Bolt Aces. It's faster, sturdier, |
|                 | and generally better all around. It also has an elongated |
|                 | body compared to its Ace counterpart.                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________________
   /                                           /
  / B O L T   M O D E L   B   R O A D S T E R /
 /                                           /________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Model B Roadster                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1075 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 40 HP (29.7 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 58 mph (97 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3285 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Brown, Red, Green, Dark Blue*                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Very similar to the Tudor, the Roadster is slightly       |
|                 | longer in length and shorter in height. It is also a soft |
|                 | top, open (no side windows) car, making it less desirable |
|                 | for firefights.                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________________
   /                                       /
  / B O L T   M O D E L   B   P I C K U P /
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Model B Pickup                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 950 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 40 HP (29.7 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 58 mph (97 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3285 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Brown, Red, Green, Dark Blue*                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Other than the Bolt Ace Pickup, this is the only other    |
|                 | pickup truck in the game. Between the two, the Model B is |
|                 | slightly more common, and better in terms of speed and    |
|                 | handling. Despite its appearance, this truck is actually  |
|                 | very similar to the other Model B cars.                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________________
   /                                       /
  / B O L T   M O D E L   B   F O R D O R /
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Model B Fordor                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1075 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 40 HP (29.7 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 58 mph (97 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3285 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Brown, Red, Green, Dark Blue*                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This is the basic Bolt Model B: A generic four-seater car |
|                 | with decent speed, handling, and other statistics. In the |
|                 | early missions, you will probably spend much of your time |
|                 | staring at that very distinctive gold-colored grating     |
|                 | covering the spare tire of a Fordor stopped in front of   |
|                 | you. Although this car is a little bland, it's not a      |
|                 | terrible choice for a vehicle.                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________________
   /                                           /
  / B O L T   M O D E L   B   D E L I V E R Y /
 /                                           /________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Model B Delivery                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 950 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 40 HP (29.7 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 58 mph (97 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3285 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Brown, Red, Green, Dark Blue*                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | If you took a Model B Fordor and changed the entire back  |
|                 | seats and rear into a large storage area, you'd basically |
|                 | have a Model B Delivery. As a result of this extra space, |
|                 | the car is only a two-seater, and is a little bit longer  |
|                 | than the Fordor. Also, it's somewhat lighter, but that    |
|                 | doesn't seem to affect its handling much.                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ______________________________________
   /                                     /
  / B O L T   M O D E L   B   C O U P E /
 /                                     /______________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Model B Coupe                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1075 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 40 HP (29.7 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 58 mph (97 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3285 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Brown, Red, Green, Dark Blue*                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Coupe of the Model B series is once again, rather     |
|                 | generic. It's somewhat smaller than the other Model Bs,   |
|                 | but handles about the same. It will also be pretty common |
|                 | on the roads in the early 1930s.                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ______________________________________________
   /                                             /
  / B O L T   M O D E L   B   C A B R I O L E T /
 /                                             /______________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Model B Cabriolet                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1075 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 40 HP (29.7 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 58 mph (97 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3285 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Brown, Red, Green, Dark Blue*                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Except for the soft top, the Cabriolet is almost          |
|                 | identical to the Coupe. It is also very slightly higher   |
|                 | off the ground, but by an inconsequentially low amount.   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ____________________________
   /                           /
  / B O L T   V 8   C O U P E /
 /                           /________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt V8 Coupe                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1170 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 65 HP (47.8 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 76 mph (122 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3622 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green, Red, Blue, Gray*                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #8: "The Whore/The Priest"                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This is one of the cars in the fancier class of Bolts:    |
|                 | the V8 series. It handles quite nicely, and will serve    |
|                 | you well for the early missions. Overall, along with the  |
|                 | other V8s, it is far better than the Aces or Model Bs.    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ______________________________
   /                             /
  / B O L T   V 8   F O R D O R /
 /                             /______________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt V8 Fordor                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1170 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 65 HP (47.8 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 76 mph (122 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3622 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green, Red, Blue, Gray*                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #8: "The Whore/The Priest"                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This is the standard "family car" or Fordor in the V8     |
|                 | series. It is a good choice if you need to take more than |
|                 | one other person along with you, or even if you're just   |
|                 | driving alone. The Fordor handles very similarly to the   |
|                 | other V8s, but is somewhat longer, mostly as a result of  |
|                 | its increased seating capacity. Still, the effect of this |
|                 | difference on your driving capabilities should be         |
|                 | negligible.                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    __________________________________
   /                                 /
  / B O L T   V 8   R O A D S T E R /
 /                                 /__________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt V8 Roadster                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1170 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 65 HP (47.8 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 76 mph (122 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3622 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green, Red, Blue, Gray*                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #8: "The Whore/The Priest"                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The V8 Roadster is essentially the closest thing to a     |
|                 | sports car in the entire Bolt "family." Easily            |
|                 | distinguishable from most other cars by its white         |
|                 | (instead of the traditional black) soft top, the Roadster |
|                 | is a nice way to travel efficiently, quickly, and in      |
|                 | style. It's a good choice in any garage.                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    ________________________________
   /                               /
  / B O L T   V 8   T O U R I N G /
 /                               /____________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt V8 Touring                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1170 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 65 HP (47.8 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 76 mph (122 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3622 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green, Red, Blue, Gray*                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #8: "The Whore/The Priest"                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Although this vehicle looks very similar to the Bolt Ace  |
|                 | Touring, it's significantly better. The speed, power,     |
|                 | handling, and nearly every aspect of this car is vastly   |
|                 | improved from those of its Ace counterpart. However, it   |
|                 | still has no side windows, making it a bad place to be    |
|                 | during a firefight.                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ____________________________
   /                           /
  / B O L T   V 8   T U D O R /
 /                           /________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt V8 Tudor                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1170 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 65 HP (47.8 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 76 mph (122 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3622 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green, Red, Blue, Gray*                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #8: "The Whore/The Priest"                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This car is almost identical to the V8 Fordor, except...  |
|                 | surprise! It only seats two. Overall, it handles the same |
|                 | as the Fordor. You might as well use that Fordor instead, |
|                 | because there will be situations where you need the extra |
|                 | seating capacity.                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-SCH]
------------
- Schubert -
------------

Schubert Six (2 models) - Unlocked after Mission 4: "Ordinary Routine"

      - Schubert Six
      - Schubert Six Police

Schubert Extra Six (4 models) - Unlocked after Mission 9: "A Trip to the
                                Country"

      - Schubert Extra Six Fordor
      - Schubert Extra Six Tudor
      - Schubert Extra Six Police Fordor
      - Schubert Extra Six Police Tudor

The Schubert line of cars is another basic one that will serve you well early 
on in the game. Additionally, you'll recognize the Schubert as the trademark 
police vehicle. You should be able to easily identify the Schubert's distinct 
shape from quite a ways away (which is helpful for evading the police). 
Although there are six models, there are truly only two Schuberts, with a 
number of minor variations. There is the Schubert Six and its police version, 
and the slightly more advanced Schubert Extra Six, with both regular and police 
Tudor and Fordor versions.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    __________________________
   /                         /
  / S C H U B E R T   S I X /
 /                         /__________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Schubert Six                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1346 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 36 HP (34 kW)                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 60 mph (100 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3179 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red, White, Black*                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #4: "Ordinary Routine"                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This is the basic Schubert model. For the first handful   |
|                 | of missions, it will provide you with a stable and        |
|                 | reliable platform. It will certainly hold its own against |
|                 | some of the weaker cars in the early game. However, after |
|                 | a few years (in game time), it will become rather         |
|                 | antiquated, and not very useful. The Schubert Extra Six   |
|                 | that replaces it, on the other hand, carries on to have   |
|                 | much more longevity.                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ________________________________________
   /                                       /
  / S C H U B E R T   S I X   P O L I C E /
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Schubert Six Police                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1346 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 36 HP (34 kW)                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 60 mph (100 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3179 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | "White" (Police) only                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #4: "Ordinary Routine"                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Schubert Six Police is identical to the regular       |
|                 | Schubert Six model, except for its paintjob and who       |
|                 | normally drives it. The default "white" color has the     |
|                 | standard police insignia and will only be driven by       |
|                 | police (or Tommy, if he steals one). In the early parts   |
|                 | of the game, this is the only car the police will drive.  |
|                 | Even later in the game, you'll see this police version    |
|                 | much more frequently than its civilian counterpart.       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________________________
   /                                                   /
  / S C H U B E R T   E X T R A   S I X   F O R D O R /
 /                                                   /________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Schubert Extra Six Fordor                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1346 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 85 HP (62.5 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 80 mph (130 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3548 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green, White, Blue*                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #9: "A Trip to the Country"                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | In the early-mid 1930s, the Schubert Extra Six begins to  |
|                 | replace the Bolt as the standard civilian car. There will |
|                 | be no shortage of these vehicles on the streets until     |
|                 | much later in the decade.                                 |
|                 | One note on the "white" color: What is called "white"     |
|                 | has distinct reddish coverings over the front and rear    |
|                 | wheels. This is different from the police version's       |
|                 | "white."                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    __________________________________________________
   /                                                 /
  / S C H U B E R T   E X T R A   S I X   T U D O R /
 /                                                 /__________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Schubert Extra Six Tudor                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1346 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 85 HP (62.5 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 80 mph (130 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3548 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green, White, Blue*                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #9: "A Trip to the Country"                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Like most Tudor/Fordor models, this Schubert is almost    |
|                 | identical to the Fordor version of the Extra Six. In the  |
|                 | place of back seats/doors is a slightly elongated rear.   |
|                 | Also, the Fordor has a spare tire on its rear, whereas    |
|                 | the Tudor has a covered "hump." However, they basically   |
|                 | handle the same. Unless you're extremely concerned about  |
|                 | how the car looks cosmetically, your only consideration   |
|                 | should be whether or not you'll need the extra seats to   |
|                 | bring allies with you.                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    __________________________________________________________________
   /                                                                 /
  / S C H U B E R T   E X T R A   S I X   P O L I C E   F O R D O R /
 /                                                                 /__________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Schubert Extra Six Police Fordor                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1346 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 85 HP (62.5 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 80 mph (130 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3548 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | "White" (Police) only                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #9: "A Trip to the Country"                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Like the regular Schubert Six's police model, this Police |
|                 | version of the Extra Six is basically the same as its     |
|                 | civilian counterpart. Like the other Extra Sixes, it can  |
|                 | be distinguished from the regular Schuberts by its more   |
|                 | rounded shape, and improved speed and handling.           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________________________________________
   /                                                               /
  / S C H U B E R T   E X T R A   S I X   P O L I C E   T U D O R /
 /                                                               /____________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Schubert Extra Six Police Tudor                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1346 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 85 HP (62.5 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 80 mph (130 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3548 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | "White" (Police) only                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission #9: "A Trip to the Country"                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Except for the fact that it only has two doors, this is   |
|                 | almost exactly the same as the other Extra Six police     |
|                 | model. Again, this makes it slightly longer, but          |
|                 | relatively unchanged from the Fordor model. Also, like    |
|                 | all the police cars, it has only one color: "White,"      |
|                 | which really just means that it has the special police    |
|                 | insignia with "Lost Heaven City Patrol" printed on it.    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-FAL]
------------
- Falconer -
------------

Falconer (3 models) - Unlocked after Mission 8: "The Whore/The Priest"*

      - Falconer
      - Falconer Yellowcar**
      - Falconer Gangster

Falconers are another group of basic cars that populate Lost Heaven in the 
earlier parts of the game. Even later on, when the normal model has been 
outdated, Falconers will still have a significant presence on the streets, 
thanks to gangsters (who drive Falconer Gangsters) and taxis (Falconer 
Yellowcars). Overall, Falconers are a decent choice for travel and are quite 
strong, although they are somewhat lacking under the hood.

*Note that if Tommy drives back in the Falconer during "Molotov Party," it is 
unlocked from that point on. Otherwise, the player must wait until "The 
Whore/The Priest" to unlock it normally.

**Also note that even before it's unlocked (i.e. Tommy doesn't know how to 
steal one), the Yellowcar (taxi) model of the Falconer can be selected as your 
starting car for Freeride. More information can be found in the notes for that 
particular car.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    __________________
   /                 /
  / F A L C O N E R /
 /                 /__________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Falconer                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1520 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 80 HP (58.8 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 72 mph (120 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3956 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed, mechanical                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Violet*                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 8: "The Whore/The Priest"*                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Falconer is a pretty basic car that will get you from |
|                 | point A to point B, but not too quickly. While you can't  |
|                 | steal them right off the bat, you will notice quite a few |
|                 | of these driving around in the earlier parts of the game. |
|                 | They're useful cars if you need to drive somewhere, but   |
|                 | there's almost always a better alternative. As noted      |
|                 | before, if Tommy drives back in a Falconer during         |
|                 | "Molotov Party," the car will be unlocked from that point |
|                 | on. If not, it won't become available until Mission 8.    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   
    ______________________________________
   /                                     /
  / F A L C O N E R   Y E L L O W C A R /
 /                                     /______________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Falconer Yellowcar                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1520 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 80 HP (58.8 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 72 mph (120 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3956 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed, mechanical                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | "Yellow" (taxi pattern)                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Always Available** / Mission 8: "The Whore/The Priest"*   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Although it is technically called a Falconer Yellowcar,   |
|                 | most people would simply refer to this vehicle as a taxi. |
|                 | Also, this is probably the first car that you'll become   |
|                 | familiar with, since it is the one you use at the         |
|                 | beginning of the game. After playing the first two        |
|                 | missions, you'll probably get the idea that this isn't a  |
|                 | very good choice for speed or evasion.                    |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | **One note about when it's available: Although the        |
|                 | Falconer sub-menu is grayed out until you beat mission 8  |
|                 | (unless you pick one up in "Molotov Party"), the Falconer |
|                 | Yellowcar is selected by default from the Freeride menu.  |
|                 | Essentially, if you don't go into the car select menu at  |
|                 | all, you'll have a Yellowcar. If you do go into the menu, |
|                 | change your car, but still want the Yellowcar, simply go  |
|                 | back to the main menu, then click on Freeride again.      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / F A L C O N E R   G A N G S T E R /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Falconer Gangster                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1520 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 80 HP (58.8 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 72 mph (120 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3956 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed, mechanical                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | "Black" (Gangster) only                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 8: "The Whore/The Priest"*                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This car is only available in Freeride mode (i.e. you'll  |
|                 | never see one just driving around during the single       |
|                 | player missions). Rarity aside, it is exactly like the    |
|                 | other two falconers, except for its color. Like the other |
|                 | "gangster" vehicle (the Wright Coupe), this Falconer is   |
|                 | jet black. When you encounter this in Freeride, keep your |
|                 | distance if you don't want a fight. Also, don't be fooled |
|                 | by its weak statistics. Although when YOU'RE behind the   |
|                 | wheel, it can't break 90 mph, the gangsters who normally  |
|                 | drive it can "cheat." Essentially, they can drive         |
|                 | stupendously, and go nearly twice the maximum speed in    |
|                 | order to catch up with you. It's not fair, but get used   |
|                 | to it.                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-CRU]
------------
- Crusader -
------------

Crusader Chromium (2 models) - Unlocked after Mission 13: "Bon Appetit!"

      - Crusader Chromium Fordor
      - Crusader Chromium Tudor

The Crusader line is another small set of cars, containing only the Tudor and 
Fordor version of one model. While it doesn't even come close to the power and 
speed of the sportscars, the Crusader is still a relatively good choice in 
standard vehicles. When compared to the Schubert Extra Six or anything from the 
high-end Bolt line (V8), it's really not all that different.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    __________________________________________________
   /                                                 /
  / C R U S A D E R   C H R O M I U M   F O R D O R /
 /                                                 /__________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Crusader Chromium Fordor                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1500 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 85 HP (62.5 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 80 mph (130 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3801 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed, mechanical                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Violet*                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 13: "Bon Appetit!"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This rather basic and generic vehicle is relatively       |
|                 | comparable to other "standard" cars, such as the Schubert |
|                 | Extra Six. Like the Extra Six, it is rather common around |
|                 | the city, and is the mainstay for many of Lost Heaven's   |
|                 | drivers. It doesn't have any exceptional abilities that   |
|                 | would make it really stand out, though. One note however, |
|                 | is that unlike most other cars, the Fordor and Tudor      |
|                 | versions do not have the same options for color.          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ________________________________________________
   /                                               /
  / C R U S A D E R   C H R O M I U M   T U D O R /
 /                                               /____________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Crusader Chromium Tudor                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1500 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 85 HP (62.5 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 80 mph (130 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3801 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed, mechanical                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green, Dark Blue*                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 13: "Bon Appetit!"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Except for its color choices and number of seats,         |
|                 | this car is almost identical to the Crusader Chromium     |
|                 | Fordor. It shares the same basic form and statistics as   |
|                 | its Fordor counterpart, and is essentially the same car.  |
|                 | However, because of these color differences, if you see a |
|                 | green or dark blue (almost black) crusader coming down    |
|                 | the street, you can know ahead of time that it's a        |
|                 | Tudor. Likewise, if you see a blue or violet one driving  |
|                 | along, you can tell that it's a Fordor.                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-GUA]
------------
- Guardian -
------------

Guardian Terraplane (3 models) - Unlocked after Mission 14: "Happy Birthday!"

      - Guardian Terraplane Coupe
      - Guardian Terraplane Fordor
      - Guardian Terraplane Tudor

The Guardian line contains more of the common, often-seen-on-the-road cars 
that make up the mainstay of the average Lost Heaven resident's garage. While 
they are somewhat better than other "standard" cars, they don't come close to 
the power of the high-end sports or race cars. Still, if you're looking for a 
decent vehicle that's above average (perhaps you need to steal a car off the 
road), the Guardian line should suit you quite well.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ____________________________________________________
   /                                                   /
  / G U A R D I A N   T E R R A P L A N E   C O U P E /
 /                                                   /________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Guardian Terraplane Coupe                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1316 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 101 HP (74 kW)                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 87 mph (130 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3474 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Umber, Beige, Black*                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 14: "Happy Birthday!"                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Unlike the Tudor and Fordor models, this Coupe adopts a   |
|                 | much more aerodynamic, "swept-back" shape. If you don't   |
|                 | care about capacity, you're probably better off choosing  |
|                 | this Coupe over the Tudor, if solely on the basis of      |
|                 | appearance. Also, although all models come in "umber,"    |
|                 | "beige" and "black," you will most likely see nothing but |
|                 | "umber" ones driving around the city.                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ______________________________________________________
   /                                                     /
  / G U A R D I A N   T E R R A P L A N E   F O R D O R /
 /                                                     /______________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Guardian Terraplane Fordor                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1316 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 101 HP (74 kW)                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 87 mph (130 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3474 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Umber, Beige, Black*                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 14: "Happy Birthday!"                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | If you haven't noticed already, the trend of cars having  |
|                 | a Tudor and Fordor version in Mafia is quite common. Like |
|                 | other cars with these multiple models, the Guardian is    |
|                 | nearly the same, with only minor variations. Other than   |
|                 | the obvious (having four seats instead of two), the       |
|                 | Fordor has a more box-like shape, with a straighter back  |
|                 | end, and uncovered rear wheels.                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ____________________________________________________
   /                                                   /
  / G U A R D I A N   T E R R A P L A N E   T U D O R /
 /                                                   /________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Guardian Terraplane Tudor                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1316 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 101 HP (74 kW)                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 87 mph (130 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3474 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Umber, Beige, Black*                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 14: "Happy Birthday!"                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | As expected, this Tudor model has two seats, compared to  |
|                 | the Fordor's four (getting a little repetitive, isn't     |
|                 | it?). In addition, this model adopts a design that is     |
|                 | similar to the Fordor, but actually closer to that of the |
|                 | Coupe in terms of swept-back design. Also like the Coupe, |
|                 | it has its rear wheels covered with a small "flap" of     |
|                 | metal, whereas the Fordor has them uncovered.             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-THO]
--------
- Thor -
--------


Thor 810 (2 models) - Unlocked after Mission 10: "Omerta"
 
      - Thor 810 Phaeton FWD
      - Thor 810 Sedan FWD

Thor 812 (1 model) - Unlocked after Mission 20: "The Death of Art"

      - Thor 812 Cabriolet FWD

Although it has only three models, the Thor line of cars far exceeds the 
quality of most of its competitors. Thors strike a good balance between a fast, 
nimble sportscar and a strong, sturdy, all-purpose vehicle. Furthermore, for a 
relatively high-end sort of car, Thors are actually quite common, especially 
towards the end of the game. If your main ride is rendered inoperable and you 
have to grab something new, you can't go wrong with a Thor.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ______________________________________________
   /                                             /
  / T H O R   8 1 2   C A B R I O L E T   F W D /
 /                                             /______________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Thor 812 Cabriolet FWD                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1814 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 170 HP (125 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 100 mph (164 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4729 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Orange, Black*                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 20: "The Death of Art"                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Thor 812 is the last car you'll unlock during the     |
|                 | main game, and for good reason. This model takes the      |
|                 | already impressive Thor 810 and turns it into a truly     |
|                 | spectacular vehicle. Although you won't get too many      |
|                 | chances to drive it, it won't take long for you to        |
|                 | appreciate just how good this car is. Combining a speed   |
|                 | matching that of most sportscars with a sturdy frame, the |
|                 | 812 stands out as an exceptional automobile.              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / T H O R   8 1 0   P H A E T O N   F W D /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Thor 810 Phaeton FWD                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1656 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 125 HP (93 kW)                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 93 mph (150 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4722 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Orange, Black*                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 10: "Omerta"                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Even though the Thor 810 is not as powerful as its 812    |
|                 | successor, it is by no means a bad car. In fact, it mixes |
|                 | good overall speed with a solid and stable base to        |
|                 | produce a very accessible driving platform. One other     |
|                 | aspect that makes the car noteworthy is its rarity. While |
|                 | you won't see many driving the streets when you first     |
|                 | acquire it, the 810 becomes a relatively common car       |
|                 | towards the end of the game.                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ______________________________________
   /                                     /
  / T H O R   8 1 0   S E D A N   F W D /
 /                                     /______________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Thor 810 Sedan FWD                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1656 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 125 HP (93 kW)                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 93 mph (150 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4722 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Orange, Black*                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 10: "Omerta"                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | To put it simply, the Thor 810 Phaeton FWD and Sedan FWD  |
|                 | are essentially Tudor and Fordor models, respectively. As |
|                 | is the case with all of these cars, there really aren't   |
|                 | many noteworthy differences between the two, other than   |
|                 | their seating capacity. However, you should note that     |
|                 | while the Phaeton is a soft-top, the Sedan has a solid    |
|                 | roof. So even if you don't need to transport multiple     |
|                 | passengers around, you may still want to pick this car    |
|                 | over the Phaeton, as it's a bit safer.                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/


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[07-LAS]
------------
- Lassiter -
------------

Lassiter Basic (2 models) - Unlocked after Mission 6: "Fairplay" [Part 2]

      - Lassiter V16 Phaeton
      - Lassiter V16 Charon

Lassiter Roadster (1 model) - Unlocked after Mission 12: "A Great Deal"

      - Lassiter V16 Roadster

Lassiter Advanced (3 models) - Unlocked after Mission 17: "Election Campaign"

      - Lassiter V16 Fordor
      - Lassiter V16 Appolyon
      - Lassiter V16 Police

With their massive V16 engines and 2500+ kg curb weights, Lassiters are 
undoubtedly the heavyweights of Lost Heaven's roads. Don't be fooled by their 
size, though; with a skilled hand, it is possible to guide these multi-ton 
pieces of metal with surprising precision. Still, while they are a great choice 
for an all out firefight, you might want to stick to something a little smaller 
and nimbler if the mission at hand calls for a car chase.

    ________________________________________
   /                                       /
  / L A S S I T E R   V 1 6   F O R D O R /
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Lassiter V16 Fordor                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 2812 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 230 HP (170 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 100 mph (160 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 7413 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 17: "Election Campaign"                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Tipping the scales at over 2800 kg, the Lassiter V16      |
|                 | Fordor is one of the heaviest vehicles in the game. But   |
|                 | unlike its fellow behemoths (such as the Firetruck), this |
|                 | car is actually fairly maneuverable. Furthermore, its     |
|                 | massive V16 engine provides the necessary power to get    |
|                 | it going over 100 mph, making it quite speedy, at least   |
|                 | compared to most other cars in the game.                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / L A S S I T E R   V 1 6   P H A E T O N /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Lassiter V16 Phaeton                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 2650 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 185 HP (136 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 85 mph (135 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 7413 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Yellow                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 6: "Fairplay" [Part 2]                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Lassiter V16 Phaeton is the first car you'll unlock   |
|                 | by completing a Lucas Bertone mission, and it's not a bad |
|                 | way to start. If nothing else, the Phaeton is a good way  | 
|                 | to travel in style, as it won't be very common in the     |
|                 | early parts of the game. It can also be fairly useful for |
|                 | chases, as its massive weight can push other cars around  |
|                 | with ease. The only downside is the fact that it has no   |
|                 | roof, meaning that you're more exposed to gunfire and     |
|                 | that a roll-over will kill you instantly.                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________________
   /                                           /
  / L A S S I T E R   V 1 6   R O A D S T E R /
 /                                           /________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Lassiter V16 Roadster                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 2500 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 204 HP (150 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 93 mph (150 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 7413 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 12: "A Great Deal!"                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Lassiter V16 Roadster, Salieri's personal ride, is    |
|                 | quite a classy car. It's decently fast, fairly stable,    |
|                 | and remarkably nimble, given its size. Unfortunately, it  |
|                 | isn't as useful a car as these qualities may make it      |
|                 | sound. Its small capacity (i.e. two seats) limits its use |
|                 | in certain missions, while its open top exposes you to    |
|                 | gunfire and makes a roll-over lethal. Since you don't get |
|                 | it until more than halfway into the game, by the time you |
|                 | do unlock it, chances are you already have a car in your  |
|                 | garage that addresses these weaknesses. My eye's on the   |
|                 | Silver Fletcher.                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________________
   /                                           /
  / L A S S I T E R   V 1 6   A P P O L Y O N /
 /                                           /________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Lassiter V16 Appolyon                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 2500 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 230 HP (170 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 110 mph (175 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 7413 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | White                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 17: "Election Campaign"                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | As Lucas Bertone says, the Lassiter V16 Appolyon is more  |
|                 | a work of art than a car. At its core, the vehicle is     |
|                 | much like a Roadster, only with a more powerful engine    |
|                 | and a futuristic design. However, it is plagued by the    |
|                 | exact same problems as its predecessor: limited capacity  |
|                 | and no roof. You might want it in your garage simply for  |
|                 | its amazing looks, but the fact of the matter is that     |
|                 | this isn't the best car to bring to a gunfight.           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________________
   /                                       /
  / L A S S I T E R   V 1 6   C H A R O N /
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Lassiter V16 Charon                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 2650 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 185 HP (136 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 85 mph (135 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 7413 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None*                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Black                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 6: "Fairplay" [Part 2]                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Lassiter V16 Charon is one of the two funeral cars in |
|                 | the game. This one is quite a bit more stylish than the   |
|                 | rather generic Hearse. Not that any of this really        |
|                 | matters, as your opportunities to drive this car are far  |
|                 | and few between. Most notably, you can steal one from     |
|                 | outside the church for your escape in "The Priest." Just  | 
|                 | don't expect to ever see one of these just randomly       |
|                 | driving the streets of Lost Heaven.                       |
|                 | Note that like the Firetruck, although the Charon has no  |
|                 | roof, its raised back end serves as a roll bar to protect |
|                 | Tommy if the car flips over.                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________________
   /                                       /
  / L A S S I T E R   V 1 6   P O L I C E /
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Lassiter V16 Police                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 2812 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 230 HP (170 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 100 mph (160 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 7413 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | "Black" (Police) only                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 17: "Election Campaign"                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This police vehicle is really nothing more than a         |
|                 | specially painted version of the Lassiter V16 Fordor. In  |
|                 | this case, it's been changed from a green and blue color  |
|                 | scheme to jet black with a "Highway Patrol" insignia on   |
|                 | its side. Unlike the police cars in the Schubert line,    |
|                 | the Lassiter V16 Police will never be seen simply         |
|                 | patrolling in the city; the vehicle only appears in a few |
|                 | sequences during the main story. Usually, it's being      |
|                 | driven by corrupt cops loyal to Morello. Unless you       |
|                 | choose to drive it in Freeride, you won't see very much   |
|                 | of this car at all.                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-ULV]
---------
- Ulver -
---------

Ulver Airstream (2 models) -  Unlocked after Mission 9: "A Trip to the Country"
                                                        
      - Ulver Airstream Fordor
      - Ulver Airstream Tudor

Though Lucas Bertone seems to think that most people don't like the Ulver's 
unusual appearance, after its introduction into Lost Heaven, the style becomes 
quite popular. At the midpoint of the game, you should begin to see more and 
more of these very distinct cars driving around the city. In comparison to all 
the other "starter" cars, the Ulvers are much faster, more maneuverable, and 
better overall.

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    ______________________________________________
   /                                             /
  / U L V E R   A I R S T R E A M   F O R D O R /
 /                                             /______________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Ulver Airstream Fordor                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1550 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 130 HP (95.7 kW)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 90 mph (145 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4893 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Yellow, Blue*                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 9: "A Trip to the Country"                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This is one of the two basic Ulver models. It's a little  |
|                 | wide and heavy, given its above-average speed. Also,      |
|                 | though it may seem to take a while to accelerate and      |
|                 | brake, once it gets going, this Ulver is quite fast. In   |
|                 | addition, the extra seats in the back allow you to use    |
|                 | this car in a mission involving more than one passenger.  |
|                 | As a side note, maybe it's just me, but it seems like     |
|                 | both Ulvers have a tendency to flip over, at least more   |
|                 | so than other vehicles.                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________________
   /                                           /
  / U L V E R   A I R S T R E A M   T U D O R /
 /                                           /________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Ulver Airstream Tudor                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1550 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 130 HP (95.7 kW)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 90 mph (145 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4893 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Yellow, Blue*                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 9: "A Trip to the Country"                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This Ulver is almost identical to the Fordor model except |
|                 | that it only has two doors. This is limiting if you have  |
|                 | to take more than one other person along for a ride.      |
|                 | However, the Tudor handles and reacts almost identically  |
|                 | to its Fordor brother. They are essentially the same car. |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-WRI]
----------
- Wright -
----------

Wright (3 models) - Unlocked after Mission 17: "Election Campaign"

      - Wright Coupe
      - Wright Fordor
      - Wright Coupe Gangster

As the game progresses, it should be obvious that the cars seen around Lost 
Heaven do as well. Bolts are replaced by Schuberts, Schuberts are replaced by 
Ulvers, and so on. For the most part, the Wright line of cars is merely a 
continuation of this trend. They don't offer anything remarkable, but they're 
certainly functional. If you're looking for a good standard vehicle in the late 
'30s, then these cars should be "Wright" up your alley...Sorry, I couldn't help 
myself.

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    __________________________
   /                         /
  / W R I G H T   C O U P E /
 /                         /__________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Wright Coupe                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1600 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 141 HP (104 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 95 mph (155 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 5247 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Red, Green*                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 17: "Election Campaign"                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Wright Coupe is a decent car that should get you      |
|                 | where you need to go. That said, it isn't great; it can   |
|                 | only hold two passengers, the soft-top endangers you in a |
|                 | roll-over, and its interior is not well protected from    |
|                 | gunfire. Furthermore, by the time you unlock this car     |
|                 | quite late into the game, you should have a plethora of   |
|                 | more capable vehicles from which to chose.                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________
   /                           /
  / W R I G H T   F O R D O R / 
 /                           /_______________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Wright Fordor                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1600 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 141 HP (104 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 95 mph (155 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 5247 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Red, Green*                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 17: "Election Campaign"                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Just as you'd expect, this car is quite similar to the    |
|                 | Wright Coupe, except that it can seat four passengers.    |
|                 | Also, this model has a solid roof, rather than a soft     |
|                 | top. Despite these advantages, the Fordor really isn't    |
|                 | much better than its two-seater counterpart. As noted in  |
|                 | the entry above, the Wright line of cars just doesn't     |
|                 | compare to the quality of many other vehicles available   |
|                 | to you in the later parts of the game. For the most part, |
|                 | this car is much like a Crusader or Guardian: a decent    |
|                 | vehicle, but nothing remarkable. Though rather            |
|                 | unimportant, it's also worth noting that the Fordor       |
|                 | models of each of these three lines look very similar.    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________________
   /                                           /
  / W R I G H T   C O U P E   G A N G S T E R /
 /                                           /________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Wright Coupe Gangster                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1600 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 141 HP (104 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 95 mph (155 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 5247 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | "Black" (Gangster) only                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 17: "Election Campaign"                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The other "gangster" car (The Falconer Gangster), is all  |
|                 | but identical to the regular Falconer. Along these same   |
|                 | lines, with the exception of the jet-black paintjob, this |
|                 | vehicle is pretty much the same as the Wright Coupe.      |
|                 | However, like the Falconer model, the gangsters who       |
|                 | normally drive this car are able to "cheat," allowing it  |
|                 | to vastly exceed its maximum speed and handling abilities |
|                 | in order to catch you.                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-SIL]
-------------------
- Silver Fletcher -
-------------------

Silver Fletcher (1 model) - Unlocked after Mission 11: "Visiting Rich People"

      - Silver Fletcher

Even though the Silver Fletcher family has only one vehicle, it makes up for 
this by being one of the most powerful and stylish cars around. While you can 
sometimes see them on the street, Silver Fletchers are generally reserved for 
those with extreme class and wealth.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ________________________________
   /                               /
  / S I L V E R   F L E T C H E R /
 /                               /____________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Silver Fletcher                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 2314 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 175 HP (128.8 kW)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 115 mph (185 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Twelve-cylinder                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 7566 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Four                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Silver                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 11: "Visiting Rich People"                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This exotic car is favored by the extremely wealthy and   |
|                 | famous. The prosecutor from whom Tommy first steals one   |
|                 | of these is such a person. Also, the Silver Fletcher is   |
|                 | the distinctive trademark car of Don Morello. It is       |
|                 | capable of reaching extreme speeds, and is also a very    |
|                 | strong car, being much better suited to collisions or     |
|                 | gunfire than most other vehicles. The Silver Fletcher is  |
|                 | an exquisite automobile, and definitely earns its place   |
|                 | in the garage of a serious collector.                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-BRN]
---------
- Bruno -
---------

Bruno Speedster (1 model) - Unlocked after Mission 15: "You Lucky Bastard!"

      - Bruno Speedster 851

The Bruno line, if you can really even call it a "line," consists of a single 
car: The Bruno Speedster 851. This vehicle is quite an impressive little 
machine, and well worth the time spent to unlock it (i.e. doing a Lucas Bertone 
side-mission).

    ________________________________________
   /                                       /
  / B R U N O   S P E E D S T E R   8 5 1 /
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bruno Speedster 851                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1702 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 150 HP (110.3 kW)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 100 mph (166 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4585 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed, two modes                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Silver, Red, Green*                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 15: "You Lucky Bastard!"                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Looking something like a miniaturized version of a cross  |
|                 | between a Lassiter V16 Roadster and a Thor 812 Cabriolet  |
|                 | FWD, the Bruno Speedster 851 is certainly an exotic car.  |
|                 | It is both fast and maneuverable, and is rarely a bad     |
|                 | choice for a mission. Even better, in the late part of    |
|                 | the game, the Bruno becomes a somewhat common street car, |
|                 | meaning that you don't even have to rely on bringing one  |
|                 | from your garage. That said, its open design exposes you  |
|                 | to gunfire, roll-over death, and prevents you from having |
|                 | more than one passenger. Still, this car is a good way to |
|                 | travel in style.                                          |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | One note about the colors: I may be mistaken, but I never |
|                 | seem to see anything other than the silver version        |
|                 | driving the streets.                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-CEL]
-----------
- Celeste -
-----------

Celeste Marque (1 model) - Unlocked after Mission 16: "Creme de la Creme"

      - Celeste Marque 500

The Celeste line only has a single car to its credit. But like the Bruno or 
Silver Fletcher, it more than makes up for this fact with the quality of that 
one car. The Celeste Marque 500 is an impressive vehicle, to say the least. 
Perhaps most notable is that, unlike many high-end sportscars, the Celeste is 
actually somewhat common. It's no Bolt, but by the game's final few missions, 
you'll see a fair number of these driving the streets.

    ______________________________________
   /                                     /
  / C E L E S T E   M A R Q U E   5 0 0 /
 /                                     /______________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Celeste Marque 500                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1200 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 160 HP (118 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 105 mph (170 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Six-cylinder                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 5018 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | White, Brown*                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 16: "Creme de la Creme"                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | A great number of comparisons can be drawn between the    |
|                 | Celeste Marque 500 and the Bruno Speedster 851. Both are  |
|                 | fast, nimble sportscars that have the added bonus of      |
|                 | being relatively common in the late parts of the game.    |
|                 | But while the Bruno's appearance is a little unusual, the |
|                 | Celeste looks unlike anything else in the game. And even  |
|                 | if you can't see one, you can almost always hear a        |
|                 | Celeste by its very distinct horn.                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-TRA]
---------------
- Trautenberg -
---------------

Trautenberg Street (1 model) - Unlocked after Mission 19: "Moonlighting"

      - Trautenberg Model J

Trautenberg Racing (1 model) - Unlocked after completing Freeride Extreme 
                               Challenge 19: "Gone in 60 Seconds"

      - Trautenberg Racer 4WD

The Trautenberg line of cars has both an elegant street model and an impressive 
racecar. Unlike the Caesar cars, these two Trautenbergs are nothing like one 
another. One note: In earlier (unpatched) versions of the game, there is an 
extra entry for the Trautenberg Model J in the Freeride cars list. To clarify, 
this was a mistake. There is no third Trautenberg model; this was just an 
accidental duplicate. So either patch your game, or don't worry about being 
unable to unlock this car.



    ________________________________________
   /                                       /
  / T R A U T E N B E R G   M O D E L   J /
 /                                       /____________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Trautenberg Model J                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1700 kg                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 265 HP (195 kW)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 114 mph (185 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 6876 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 19: "Moonlighting"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Trautenberg Model J is one of the last vehicles you   |
|                 | unlock during the main game. It should come as no         |
|                 | surprise then, that it's a very impressive car. Aside     |
|                 | from the color, the Model J looks quite similar to the    |
|                 | Lassiter V16 Roadster. Although it is quite a bit faster  |
|                 | than the Lassiter, it remains plagued by many of the same |
|                 | problems. In particular, its capacity limits your         |
|                 | passengers, while its open top increases the danger from  |
|                 | firefights and rollovers. Still, the Model J is a         |
|                 | powerful vehicle, and will certainly be of use to you     |
|                 | during "Moonlighting." But since you no longer access the |
|                 | Salieri garage following that mission, the only other     |
|                 | time you'll use the car is during Freeride or Freeride    |
|                 | Extreme.                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________________
   /                                           /
  / T R A U T E N B E R G   R A C E R   4 W D /
 /                                           /________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Trautenberg Racer 4WD                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 877.5 kg                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 150 HP (110.4 kW)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 138 mph (220 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4250 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | One                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 19: "Gone in 60 Seconds"       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Whereas many lines of cars have multiple models that are  |
|                 | only slightly different from one another, this is not the |
|                 | case with Trautenberg. Don't be mislead by the            |
|                 | manufacturer; the name of this car says it all. Plain and |
|                 | simple, this is a racecar. It is absolutely nothing like  |
|                 | the Model J, so there's no sense in comparing them. The   |
|                 | Racer 4WD is really more like the Brubaker, Carrozella or |
|                 | Caesar racing models than anything else. As a result,     |
|                 | you'll never see one of these on the street, and will     |
|                 | only end up driving the car in Freeride.                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-BRU]
------------
- Brubaker -
------------

Brubaker (1 model) - Unlocked after completing Freeride Extreme Challenge 19: 
                     "Gone in 60 Seconds"

      - Brubaker 4WD

As with many of the sportscars, the Brubaker line offers but a single vehicle. 
In this case, the automobile in question is the Brubaker 4WD, which you should 
recognize as the racecar that you drove in "Fairplay" [Part 2]. Since your 
encounter with this model should be limited to that mission (and perhaps 
Freeride Extreme), there really isn't much more of interest to note about the 
Brubaker.


    __________________________
   /                         /
  / B R U B A K E R   4 W D /
 /                         /__________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Brubaker 4WD                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1100 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 300 HP (220 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 140 mph (225 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 5047 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | One                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | White                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 19: "Gone in 60 Seconds"       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Brubaker 4WD is one of the handful of racecars in     |
|                 | Mafia. Although its speed and power are unmatched by any  | 
|                 | traditional vehicle, the Brubaker can be somewhat         |
|                 | challenging to control. Anyone who has played the race in |
|                 | "Fairplay" [Part 2] knows that you can't drive this car   |
|                 | as if it were a Bolt. Slamming on the gas and brake and   |
|                 | trying to slide around corners will only end with you     |
|                 | spinning in circles. But use your pedals carefully, and   |
|                 | drive with real-world techniques, and you should find the |
|                 | Brubaker an impressive racing machine.                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-CAE]
----------
- Caesar -
----------

Caesar 8C (2 models) - Unlocked after completing Freeride Extreme Challenge 19: 
                       "Gone in 60 Seconds"*

      - Caesar 8C Mostro
      - Caesar 8C 2300 Racing*

Like the other racecar companies, there is really only one basic vehicle (with 
two models) in the Caesar line. That said, one is a solid racecar, the other is 
a surprisingly approachable street vehicle, drivable in normal city conditions. 

*Note that there is a great deal of complexity and confusion regarding the 
unlocking of the Caesar 8C 2300 Racing. Please see its entry for more 
information.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    __________________________________
   /                                 /
  / C A E S A R   8 C   M O S T R O /
 /                                 /__________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Caesar 8C Mostro                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1000 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 142 HP (104.4 kW)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 105 mph (170 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 2336 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red, Black*                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 19: "Gone in 60 Seconds"       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This Caesar doesn't exactly fit in with the other         |
|                 | racecars. In the Mostro, the raw power of its racing      |
|                 | variant brother (the 2300) has been somewhat toned down,  |
|                 | and a passenger seat has been "added" (read: uncovered).  |
|                 | It further distances itself from its Brubaker,            |
|                 | Trautenberg, and Carrozella relatives in its handling.    |
|                 | Whereas these other aforementioned cars can truly only    |
|                 | shine on the racetrack, the Mostro can safely be          |
|                 | maneuvered in a normal city environment.                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________________________
   /                                           /
  / C A E S A R   8 C   2 3 0 0   R A C I N G /
 /                                           /________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Caesar 8C 2300 Racing                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 920 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 178 HP (130.9 kW)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 140 mph (225 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 2336 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | One                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 19: "Gone in 60 Seconds"*      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This Caesar racecar is quite a vehicle. It is capable of  |
|                 | reaching tremendous speeds, if at the cost of safe        |
|                 | handling. The main issue of note in this section will not |
|                 | be about the car itself, but how to unlock it. This has   |
|                 | been a matter of great confusion for a number of people.  |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | My understanding is that in the original (unpatched)      |
|                 | version of the game, the 2300 unlocked normally along     |
|                 | with the other racecars, after completing the appropriate |
|                 | FRE challenge. In the patched versions, however, the 2300 |
|                 | does not unlock. Even if using the unlock all FRE cars    |
|                 | cheat (see the "Secrets" section), it still does not      |
|                 | unlock. Some people have claimed that it simply cannot be |
|                 | unlocked in the patched version and if you want it, you   |
|                 | will have to do a little modding (not as daunting as it   |
|                 | sounds, I assure you). Others, however, have found a      |
|                 | solution.                                                 |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | In the FRE missions, many of the cars you use become      |
|                 | "fixed" after completing the challenge, meaning that they |
|                 | cannot be moved from where you last left them. For        |
|                 | example, all of the racecars, the gas-guzzling            |
|                 | Trautenberg, and the Flame Spear 4WD suffer from this     |
|                 | "condition." If the challenge has been completed, once    |
|                 | Tommy steps out, he cannot get back in, and the vehicle   |
|                 | will be stuck where he left it. Many people use this fact |
|                 | to "pose" their vehicles as part of their collection. But |
|                 | how does one use this to unlock the car for normal        |
|                 | freeride?                                                 |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | Well, the closest thing I've found to a walkthrough is a  |
|                 | post by Don D.N on the MafiaScene forums. In particular,  |
|                 | these words:                                              |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | "You have to play the race exchange mission in freeride   |
|                 | Extreme and win it of course. Then you'll have to enter   |
|                 | the car, make sure you have parked it correctly so you    |
|                 | can enter it. Then drive it to a gas station and refuel   |
|                 | it once, after that you have to drive to Salieris bar and |
|                 | park it behind the bar just like you do when playing the  |
|                 | story. Now let it be there and SAVE. Now you've unlocked  |
|                 | the Ceasar Racing car."                                   |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | There have also been rumors that winning the race at the  |
|                 | highest difficulty unlocks the 2300. This is purely a     |
|                 | matter of confusion resulting from a PC/Console           |
|                 | difference. As I understand, in the console versions,     |
|                 | winning the sports car league in the championship game    |
|                 | mode (a console version only feature) will unlock the     |
|                 | car. The same is NOT true of the race in "Fairplay"       |
|                 | [Part 2].                                                 |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | The final method involves either downloading a profile    |
|                 | that has the car unlocked or doing a little modding to    |
|                 | replace another car's file with that of the 2300. There   |
|                 | are numerous guides online for doing this, but I          |
|                 | personally will not elaborate further on modding.         |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | The excessively lengthy notes about this car should make  |
|                 | it quite obvious just how complicated it can be to get.   |
|                 | If you look over your Freeride vehicle list and see that  |
|                 | you're missing the 2300, unless it really is meaningful   |
|                 | to you, I'd advise not bothering with it. Sure, it's a    |
|                 | good racecar, but it's really just not that important.    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-ZEL]
--------------
- Carrozella -
--------------

Carrozella (1 model) - Unlocked after completing Freeride Extreme Challenge 19: 
                       "Gone in 60 Seconds"

      - Carrozella C-Otto 4WD

Like the other racecars, the Carrozella "line" only consists of a single 
vehicle. In this case, it's a high-performance racing machine which you should 
remember from "Fairplay."

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ____________________________________________
   /                                           /
  / C A R R O Z E L L A   C - O T T O   4 W D /
 /                                           /________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Carrozella C-Otto 4WD                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 950 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 300 HP (220 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 140 mph (225 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4972 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | One                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue, Green*                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 19: "Gone in 60 Seconds"       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Your main encounter with the Carrozella C-Otto 4WD occurs |
|                 | during the mission "Fairplay," in which you have to steal |
|                 | this car from the Lost Heaven Racing Circuit. As you      |
|                 | attempt to get from the Works Quarter to Central Island   |
|                 | and back, it should become obvious that this vehicle was  |
|                 | not made for street driving. Like any of the racecars, it |
|                 | can only truly shine on the track.                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-OTH]
----------
- Others -
----------

Others (6 models) - Unlocked after Mission 3: "Molotov Party"

      - Bolt Ambulance
      - Bolt Firetruck
      - Bolt Hearse
      - Bolt Truck Flatbed
      - Bolt Truck Covered
      - Bolt Truck

This group of vehicles contains the kinds of cars and trucks that you 
generally won't want to drive. Though they are sometimes needed for missions, 
most of the time, these will be your last resorts for transportation. These 
trucks and emergency vehicles are all very heavy, slow, and difficult to 
handle at high speeds (assuming you can even reach high speeds).

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ______________________________
   /                             /
  / B O L T   A M B U L A N C E /
 /                             /______________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Ambulance                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 950 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 40 HP (29.7 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 58 mph (97 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3285 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | White                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | If you've ever seen an ambulance driving around in Lost   |
|                 | Heaven, it was this car. Like all of the "Other"          |
|                 | vehicles, it's not very good, and should be one of your   |
|                 | last choices for transportation. You can almost always    |
|                 | steal something better.                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ______________________________
   /                             /
  / B O L T   F I R E T R U C K /
 /                             /______________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Firetruck                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 3000 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 100 HP (74 kW)                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 60 mph (100 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4525 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None*                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Despite its slow speed, massive size, and terrible        |
|                 | handling, the firetruck actually has some advantages.     |
|                 | Collisions with other cars usually end up with them       |
|                 | thrown across the street, and you only a few feet from    |
|                 | the point of impact. Because of its massive size and      |
|                 | weight, the firetruck can take quite a beating.           |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | One note about this car's top: Although the Firetruck     |
|                 | does not actually have a roof, it does not seem possible  |
|                 | (or at least likely) for Tommy to be killed from the car  |
|                 | landing upside down. For one, that would require you to   |
|                 | flip a multi-ton behemoth of a vehicle. Even if you       |
|                 | managed to do that, the high back of the truck would      |
|                 | serve as a roll-bar, preventing Tommy's head from getting |
|                 | ground into the pavement.                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ________________________
   /                       /
  / B O L T   H E A R S E /
 /                       /____________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Hearse                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 950 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 40 HP (29.7 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 58 mph (97 km/h)                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Four-cylinder                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3285 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Black                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | There are only two "funeral cars" in Mafia, and this is   |
|                 | one of them. You'll probably never see one naturally on   |
|                 | the street, though. This vehicle handles much like the    |
|                 | ambulance (since they have the same statistics). There    |
|                 | really isn't much to say about this Hearse, except that   |
|                 | you probably won't be using it very much.                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ______________________________________
   /                                     /
  / B O L T   T R U C K   F L A T B E D /
 /                                     /______________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Truck Flatbed                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 3000 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 100 HP (74 kW)                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 60 mph (100 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4525 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Out of the three Bolt trucks, this is easily the most     | 
|                 | common. The other two, though essentially the same, are   |
|                 | never found on the streets randomly. Even though it       |
|                 | technically has the same statistics as the Firetruck, the |
|                 | Flatbed isn't quite as large. Still, it may take some     |
|                 | practice to get a handle on this somewhat unwieldy        |
|                 | vehicle.                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ______________________________________
   /                                     /
  / B O L T   T R U C K   C O V E R E D /
 /                                     /______________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Truck Covered                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 3000 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 100 HP (74 kW)                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 60 mph (100 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4525 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This truck is probably the most difficult to drive,       |
|                 | simply because it has the massive covering over its back  |
|                 | end. If you drive using the standard camera, you will     |
|                 | barely be able to see anything around or over the car.    |
|                 | I'd advise switching to one of the in-car cameras, or     |
|                 | the farthest zoomed out one. Other than its appearance,   |
|                 | though, it isn't any different from the other trucks.     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ______________________
   /                     /
  / B O L T   T R U C K /
 /                     /______________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt Truck                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 3000 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 100 HP (74 kW)                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 60 mph (100 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4525 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Green                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Mission 3: "Molotov Party"                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | This truck has the metal support rods that would clearly  |
|                 | hold up the covering if it were a "Bolt Truck Covered."   |
|                 | The only time you'll see this vehicle is in "Just For     |
|                 | Relaxation" or in Freeride, as it's one of the hidden     |
|                 | cars (see the "Secrets" section). This truck also has the |
|                 | very noticeable "ATLANTIC IMPORT" written on its side.    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-PRO]
--------------
- Prototypes -
--------------

Prototypes (19 models) - Unlocked one at a time by beating challenge missions 
                         in the Freeride Extreme game mode

      - Manta Prototype
      - Bolt-Thrower
      - HotRod
      - Black Dragon 4WD
      - Mutagen FWD
      - Flamer
      - Masseur
      - Masseur Taxi
      - Demoniac
      - Crazy Horse
      - Bob Mylan 4WD
      - Disorder 4WD
      - Speedee 4WD
      - Luciferion FWD
      - Black Metal 4WD
      - Hillbilly 5.1 FWD
      - Flower Power
      - Flame Spear 4WD
      - Manta Taxi FWD

This eclectic collection of vehicles is quite diverse, to say the least. These 
cars range from the nearly normal to the utterly fantastic. With the exception 
of the Flame Spear 4WD and Flamer (which are acquired together), each car is 
unlocked individually by completing a challenge in Freeride Extreme. This means 
that the formatting above is technically incorrect, as each car should have its 
own entry. 

More important, however, are the cars themselves. Unlike most other groups in 
the game, the prototypes do not share common statistics, and almost every model 
is completely different and unique. The following information describes some of 
the most interesting vehicles in Mafia.

One note: Do not pay too much attention to the listed maximum speeds, as almost 
every prototype car can far exceed them.

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    ________________________________
   /                               /
  / M A N T A   P R O T O T Y P E /
 /                               /____________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Manta Prototype                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 2025 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 190 HP (140 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 109 mph (175 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4729 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Black                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 1: "Rooftop Snipers"           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | One of the most unusual looking cars in Mafia, the Manta  |
|                 | Prototype is quite a sight to behold. But bizarre         |
|                 | aesthetics aside, it's also a surprisingly stable ride.   |
|                 | Not only is it powerful enough to break 100 mph, but the  |
|                 | Manta is fairly maneuverable and easy to control. If      |
|                 | you're not careful, though, you may find yourself         |
|                 | fishtailing a little bit. Finally, its unique design is   |
|                 | not without practicality; while driving the vehicle,      |
|                 | Tommy is very well protected from enemy gunfire.          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
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   /                         /
  / B O L T - T H R O W E R /
 /                         /__________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bolt-Thrower                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1619 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 225 HP (167.8 kW)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 112 mph (180 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 5115 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 2: "The Invisible Man"         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | With a design more than 20 years in the future, a         |
|                 | Bolt-Thrower would indeed be considered a prototype back  |
|                 | in the 1930s. Nonetheless, this is a decent, stylish car. |
|                 | Not only does it have power and speed, but the            |
|                 | Bolt-Thrower's handling often borders on being TOO        |
|                 | responsive. Still, it's not a bad choice if you need to   |
|                 | get somewhere quickly and in style.                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
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   /             /
  / H O T R O D /
 /             /______________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | HotRod                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1300 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 271 HP (200 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 156 mph (250 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 6225 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 3: "The Sea Creature"          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | What happens when you stick a 16-cylinder engine in a car |
|                 | weighing barely over a metric ton. Well, to put it        |
|                 | simply, the car goes fast...really fast. That's pretty    |
|                 | much the entire story when it comes to the HotRod, a      |
|                 | massive powerhouse of a machine stuffed in a tiny little  |
|                 | car. There's only one vehicle in the entire game that can |
|                 | go faster than the HotRod, but it's nowhere near as       |
|                 | stable. As a matter of fact, that's one of the most       |
|                 | noteworthy features about this speed demon. Even though   |
|                 | it has more power than seems believable, it is actually   |
|                 | pretty easy to control.                                   |
|                 | Also, as a bit of a bonus, the car is marked as a taxi,   |
|                 | meaning that you can drive pedestrians around for money   |
|                 | in Freeride. Although that might sound dull, I assure you |
|                 | that taxiing people can actually be fun when you're going |
|                 | 150+ mph.                                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
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    __________________________________
   /                                 /
  / B L A C K   D R A G O N   4 W D /
 /                                 /__________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Black Dragon 4WD                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1000 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 245 HP (180 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 125 mph (200 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 3413 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Black                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 4: "Alleyway Shootout"         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | A heavily modified hotrod, the Black Dragon 4WD sheds     |
|                 | almost all signs of its Bolt origins. Instead, it         |
|                 | presents itself as a sinister sportscar with the power to |
|                 | back up those claims. Unfortunately, as is usually the    |
|                 | case when cramming a ton of power into a small frame, the |
|                 | car is difficult to control. If you're not careful,       |
|                 | you'll find yourself spinning out quite a bit. All in     |
|                 | all, this is a good, fast car, but it's held back by its  |
|                 | sub-par handling. Also note that it can function as a     |
|                 | taxi, much like some of the other prototypes.             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________
   /                       /
  / M U T A G E N   F W D /
 /                       /____________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Mutagen FWD                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1650 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 380 HP (280 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 125 mph (200 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4729 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two*                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 5: "UFO Chasing"               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Take a Thor 810 Sedan FWD and supercharge it with a bolt  |
|                 | of lightning, and you have yourself a Mutagen FWD. From   |
|                 | the arc of electricity writhing about on the hood to the  |
|                 | unique electrical "roar" of the engine, the Mutagen is    |
|                 | definitely a "theme car." Not only does it have an        |
|                 | electrifying style, but it's performance is shocking as   |
|                 | well...Alright, I'll stop with the electricity jokes now. |
|                 | Anyway, despite being a prototype supercar, the Mutagen   |
|                 | is actually very drivable, much like the Thor from which  |
|                 | it originated.                                            |
|                 | Note: Although the Mutagen appears to have four seats,    |
|                 | the back two are purely cosmetic, and cannot be used.     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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   /             /
  / F L A M E R /
 /             /______________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Flamer                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1100 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 217 HP (160 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 130 mph (210 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 2325 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 6: "The Flame Spear Challenge" |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | With bright blue flames and a massive blower erupting     |
|                 | from its hood, the Flamer is undoubtedly a hotrod. Its    |
|                 | massive horsepower allows the featherweight car to break  |
|                 | 100 mph in a matter of seconds. And even though it        |
|                 | handles a little sluggishly, it doesn't suffer from the   |
|                 | fishtailing that you might expect. One final note: Don't  |
|                 | be fooled by the Flamer's roll-bars, they're purely       |
|                 | cosmetic. If you flip the car over, you'll die.           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________
   /               /
  / M A S S E U R /
 /               /____________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Massuer                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1200 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 326 HP (240 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 122 mph (195 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Twelve-cylinder                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 6566 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 7: "Detonation Delivery"       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | A modified and supercharged Bolt Model B Pickup, the      |
|                 | Masseur is a good solid hotrod. Although its appearance   |
|                 | may be less than appealing, you can't argue with its      |
|                 | power, speed, and surprisingly maneuverable handling.     |
|                 | Overall, this is almost as good a hotrod as the HotRod    |
|                 | itself.                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    __________________________
   /                         /
  / M A S S E U R   T A X I /
 /                         /__________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Massuer Taxi                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1200 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 326 HP (240 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 122 mph (195 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Twelve-cylinder                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 6566 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 8: "Speed"                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Okay, this one is really simple. The Masseur Taxi is      |
|                 | literally just a regular Masseur re-painted, a little     |
|                 | modified, and with the ability to function as a taxi. All |
|                 | the statistics are identical, and the two cars drive the  |
|                 | same. Since there's no real downside to the taxi ability  |
|                 | (you don't have to pick up passengers if you don't want   |
|                 | to), you might as well choose this car over the original  |
|                 | Masseur, unless of course you prefer the other paintjob,  |
|                 | or (more likely) you haven't unlocked the taxi yet.       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    __________________
   /                 /
  / D E M O N I A C /
 /                 /__________________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Demoniac                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 700 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 300 HP (221 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 124 mph (199 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 6225 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Black                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 9: "Creme de la Creme Redux"   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Demoniac is a truly skeletal hotrod. Stripped of      |
|                 | almost everything that would add to its weight, the car   |
|                 | is a mere 700 kg. But as you would expect from this       |
|                 | overpowered engine on wheels, handling is not a forte.    |
|                 | The vehicle's not uncontrollable, it just takes some      |
|                 | getting used to. But to be honest, you're better off      |
|                 | choosing something else.                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________
   /                       /
  / C R A Z Y   H O R S E /
 /                       /____________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Crazy Horse                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1300 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 340 HP (250 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 156+ mph (250+ km/h)                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 7777 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Black                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 10: "Tunnel Vision"            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Hands-down the fastest car in the game, the Crazy Horse   |
|                 | is also one of the most uncontrollable. Putting a 340 HP, |
|                 | 16-cylinder engine into a Bolt Ace Coupe is both a recipe |
|                 | for speed and a recipe for disaster. Let's just say that  |
|                 | the car lives up to its name; with its tendency to rear   |
|                 | back like a horse, you'll likely be spending as much time |
|                 | on two wheels as you will on four. Also, if you get into  | 
|                 | a high-speed collision, the car is likely to slip into a  |
|                 | frenzied spin best described as a vehicular breakdance.   |
|                 | All these difficulties aside, if you can manage to        |
|                 | actually control it, the Crazy Horse is simply unmatched  |
|                 | by anything else on the road.                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ____________________________
   /                           /
  / B O B   M Y L A N   4 W D /
 /                           /________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Bob Mylan 4WD                                             |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1346 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 271 HP (200 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 109 mph (175 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4530 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | White                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 11: "Bomb Squad"               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Bob Mylan 4WD is essentially a Schubert Extra Six     |
|                 | Tudor modified into a hotrod. Even though it might appear |
|                 | heavy, the car's immense horsepower makes up for its      |
|                 | weight, allowing it to easily reach high speeds. The Bob  |
|                 | Mylan does have some difficulty with handling, though, as |
|                 | it is not the most maneuverable car on the road. Still,   |
|                 | it's not a bad choice for a prototype car; it's just not  |
|                 | the best. Also, the Bob Mylan has taxi functionality.     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    __________________________
   /                         /
  / D I S O R D E R   4 W D /
 /                         /__________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Disorder 4WD                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 900 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 201 HP (148 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 128 mph (205 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4333 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Violet                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 12: "In Flaming Hot Pursuit"   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Disorder 4WD is very similar to the Flamer in both    |
|                 | looks and performance. Even though they differ somewhat   |
|                 | in statistics, from simply driving the two, you'd think   |
|                 | the only difference was the paintjob and the soft-top     |
|                 | roof. Like the Flamer, the Disorder 4WD is a relatively   |
|                 | stable car, especially given that it's a hotrod. In fact, |
|                 | its turning is usually more sluggish than excessive,      |
|                 | something that should reduce fishtailing.                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________
   /                       /
  / S P E E D E E   4 W D /
 /                       /____________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Speedee 4WD                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1050 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 326 HP (240 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 134 mph (215 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4400 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Blue                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 13: "Coast to Coast"           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Like many of the other prototype cars, the Speedee 4WD is |
|                 | a hotrod. As expected, it delivers high speeds at the     |
|                 | cost of being a little unwieldy. That said, it's nowhere  |
|                 | near as uncontrollable as something like the Crazy Horse. |
|                 | Still, while there's nothing wrong with the Speedee, some |
|                 | of the other prototypes may be preferable. One extra      |
|                 | note: the Speedee also functions as a taxi.               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ______________________________
   /                             /
  / L U C I F E R I O N   F W D /
 /                             /______________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Luciferion FWD                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1548 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 296 HP (218 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 144 mph (230 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4545 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 14: "Talkative Tommy"          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Even though it is technically a hotrod, the Luciferion    |
|                 | handles much more like the Guardian Terraplane Coupe from |
|                 | which it originated than some of the other prototypes,    |
|                 | such as the Demoniac or Crazy Horse. Basically what I'm   |
|                 | saying is that even though this car can reach blistering  |
|                 | speeds, it maintains its maneuverability and solid        |
|                 | handling, even when far exceeding 100 mph. As an added    |
|                 | bonus, the Luciferion also functions as a taxi.           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________
   /                               /
  / B L A C K   M E T A L   4 W D /
 /                               /____________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Black Metal 4WD                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 7000 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 543 HP (400 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 66 mph (105 km/h)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Sixteen-cylinder                                          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 8010 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Black                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 15: "Led (Dropping) Zeppelin"  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Black Metal 4WD is unlike any other car in the game.  |
|                 | Originally a Schubert Extra Six Tudor, the vehicle was    |
|                 | covered in bulletproof siding and a massive plow was      |
|                 | attached to the front. Unfortunately, the turret added to |
|                 | the roof is purely cosmetic. Regardless, the end result   |
|                 | is a 7000 kg machine that is truly best defined as a      |
|                 | tank. Even though its top speed is nowhere near that of   |
|                 | the other prototypes, the Black Metal remains an amazing  |
|                 | machine, though for different reasons. Because it weighs  |
|                 | so much, this car can smash through anything with         |
|                 | relative ease. Even massive Bolt trucks and firetrucks    |
|                 | are no match for the kinetic energy released by a 7000 kg |
|                 | slab of metal slamming into them.                         |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | In Freeride mode, you can have the entire police force    |
|                 | and a dozen enemy gangsters on your tail, no problem.     |
|                 | You'll find that not only is their gunfire ineffective,   |
|                 | but their attempts to run you off the road are completely |
|                 | useless against a vehicle five times their weight. In     |
|                 | fact, colliding with other vehicles at high speed will    |
|                 | send them flying to the side of the road, often killing   |
|                 | their driver, while you emerge with, at most, a few       |
|                 | points of damage.                                         |
|                 |                                                           |
|                 | While going about your mad rampage around the city, there |
|                 | are really only a handful of ways that the Black Metal    |
|                 | 4WD can be stopped. Most notably, since it is slow,       |
|                 | police or gangsters do have a chance of pulling you out   |
|                 | of the vehicle. To prevent this, just make sure you avoid |
|                 | stopping at all costs. If you need to change direction,   |
|                 | perform a wide U-turn; do not stop and make a three-point |
|                 | turn. Also, although the car is completely covered in     |
|                 | armor, there are two very small slits in the windows from |
|                 | which Tommy can extend his arm to do drive-bys. However,  |
|                 | if you do this, there is a chance that someone will land  |
|                 | a lucky shot on your arm, causing you to lose health.     |
|                 | Basically, you're better off just ramming people. Keep    |
|                 | your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times.       |
|                 | Finally, there is always a chance that you will flip your |
|                 | car over in such a way that it cannot be righted. There   |
|                 | isn't much you can do to avoid this other than straying   |
|                 | away from jumps or falls that look like they could roll   |
|                 | you over.                                                 |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/


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    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / H I L L B I L L Y   5 . 1   F W D /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Hillbilly 5.1 FWD                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1619 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 225 HP (167.8 kW)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 112 mph (180 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 5115 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Soft                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Yellow                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 16: "Box Boy"                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Take a shiny new Bolt-Thrower, let it sit and rust for 20 |
|                 | years, and you have yourself a Hillbilly 5.1 FWD. Yes,    |
|                 | other than how they look, the two cars are essentially    |
|                 | identical. Also, unlike the Bolt-Thrower, the Hillbilly   |
|                 | is able to function as a taxi.                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/


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    __________________________
   /                         /
  / F L O W E R   P O W E R /
 /                         /__________________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Flower Power                                              |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 1800 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 175 HP (128.8 kW)                                         |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 115 mph (185 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Twelve-cylinder                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 7666 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Red                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 17: "Speedy Gonzales"          |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | The Flower Power is likely to be the first prototype car  |
|                 | you unlock in Freeride Extreme, simply because Challenge  |
|                 | 17 is only a block away from your starting location. It   |
|                 | can reach a decent speed and certainly handles better     |
|                 | than most of the hotrods, but it just isn't as fast as    |
|                 | the other prototypes. In addition to all the decoration,  |
|                 | one nice little touch the developers added is the large   |
|                 | cloud of smoke that billows out of the back window when   |
|                 | you accelerate.                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ________________________________
   /                               /
  / F L A M E   S P E A R   4 W D /
 /                               /____________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Flame Spear 4WD                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 950 kg                                                    |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 300 HP (220 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 128 mph (205 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4972 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Three-speed                                               |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | One                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | None                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | White                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 6: "The Flame Spear Challenge" |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Unlike most of the other Freeride Extreme missions, "The  |
|                 | Flame Spear Challenge" makes you drive your prize in the  |
|                 | actual challenge. The Flame Spear itself looks something  |
|                 | like a Brubaker or Carrozella modified into a rocket with |
|                 | wheels. As you would expect, this means that it can be a  |
|                 | little unwieldy at times. Still, it actually handles      |
|                 | fairly well, as long as you don't try to slam on the      |
|                 | pedals or drift around corners. However, you do need to   |
|                 | be careful when driving the Flame Spear, as it is very    |
|                 | easy to completely wreck the car with a single collision. |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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    ______________________________
   /                             /
  / M A N T A   T A X I   F W D /
 /                             /______________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Name            | Manta Taxi FWD                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Weight          | 2025 kg                                                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Power           | 190 HP (140 kW)                                           |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Max Speed       | 109 mph (175 km/h)                                        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Engine          | Eight-cylinder                                            |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Swept Volume    | 4729 ccm                                                  |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Gear Box        | Four-speed                                                |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Seats           | Two                                                       |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Top             | Hard                                                      |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Colors          | Black                                                     |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Available After | Freeride Extreme Challenge 18: "Treacherous Taxis"        |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
| Notes           | Much like the Masseur/Masseur Taxi or                     |
|                 | Bolt-Thrower/Hillbilly 5.1 FWD, the Manta Taxi FWD is     |
|                 | nothing more than a Manta Prototype with a checkered      |
|                 | paintjob and the ability to function as a taxi. Other     |
|                 | than that, they're really the same car. Check the Manta   |
|                 | Prototype's entry for more information.                   |
|-----------------|-----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[07-DAT]
--------------
- Data Table -
--------------

Just as with the weapons, I've compiled all the data from this section into a 
condensed form. Once again, heavy abbreviation is the only way to fit the 
information into the narrow margins of this document. The "translations," if 
you will, are as follows:

Wt = Weight (in kilograms, kg)

Pw = Power (in horsepower, HP)

MS = Maximum speed (in miles per hour, mph)

C = Number of cylinders in the engine

SVol = Swept [engine] volume (in cubic centimeters, ccm)

G = Number of gears in the transmission ("p" means operated by pedal, "m" means 
    mechanical)

S = Seating (number of seats)

T = Top (hard = "H" ; soft = "S" ; none = "N")

Colors: 
      - B = Blue
      - Be = Beige
      - Bl = Black
      - Br = Brown
      - Db = Dark Blue
      - G = Green
      - Gr = Gray 
      - O = Orange
      - R = Red
      - S = Silver
      - U = Umber
      - V = Violet
      - W = White
      - Y = Yellow

UL: Unlock - Number of the mission after which the car is unlocked for use in 
        Freeride (e.g. "3" is Molotov Party, "10" is Omerta, etc.). "I" means 
        The car is initially unlocked, i.e. as soon as you create your profile. 
        Also, it is assumed that the Lucas Bertone side-mission is being 
        undertaken, if applicable. Finally, for cars unlocked through Freeride 
        Extreme, a "C" will denote that the mission in question is an FRE 
        challenge rather than a normal game mission.  For example, "C14."
 
Furthermore, I've also put the column titles above their abbreviations at the 
top of the table for easier reference. And finally, asterisks appearing to the 
right of a particular model refer to a note at the end of the table.

                                             S
                                             W
                                             E     #
                                 M     C     P 
                                 A     Y     T     O                     U
                                 X     L           F   S                 N
                    W                  I     V         E                 L
                    E      P     S     N     O     G   A                 O
                    I      O     P     D     L     E   T                 C
                    G      W     E     E     U     A   I   T             K
                    H      E     E     R     M     R   N   O             E 
                    T      R     D     S     E     S   G   P             D
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Model         |  Wt  |  Pw |  MS |  C | SVol |  G | S | T | Colors   | UL  |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                  BOLT ACE                                  |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Tudor         |  800 |  22 |  45 |  4 | 2865 | 2p | 2 | H | BDbGBrR* |   I |
| Touring       |  800 |  22 |  45 |  4 | 2865 | 2p | 4 | S | BDbGBrR* |   I |
| Runabout      |  800 |  22 |  45 |  4 | 2865 | 2p | 2 | S | BDbGBrR* |   I |
| Pickup        |  800 |  22 |  45 |  4 | 2865 | 2p | 2 | S | BDbGBrR* |   I |
| Fordor        |  800 |  22 |  45 |  4 | 2865 | 2p | 4 | H | BDbGBrR* |   I |
| Coupe         |  800 |  22 |  45 |  4 | 2865 | 2p | 2 | H | BDbGBrR* |   I |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                BOLT MODEL B                                |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Tudor         | 1075 |  40 |  58 |  4 | 3285 |  3 | 2 | H | BrRGDb*  |   3 |
| Roadster      | 1075 |  40 |  58 |  4 | 3285 |  3 | 2 | S | BrRGDb*  |   3 |
| Pickup        |  950 |  40 |  58 |  4 | 3285 |  3 | 2 | H | BrRGDb*  |   3 |
| Fordor        | 1075 |  40 |  58 |  4 | 3285 |  3 | 4 | H | BrRGDb*  |   3 |
| Delivery      |  950 |  40 |  58 |  4 | 3285 |  3 | 2 | H | BrRGDb*  |   3 |
| Coupe         | 1075 |  40 |  58 |  4 | 3285 |  3 | 2 | H | BrRGDb*  |   3 |
| Cabriolet     | 1075 |  40 |  58 |  4 | 3285 |  3 | 2 | S | BrRGDb*  |   3 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                  BOLT V8                                   |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Coupe         | 1170 |  65 |  76 |  8 | 3622 |  3 | 2 | H | GRBGr*   |   8 |
| Fordor        | 1170 |  65 |  76 |  8 | 3622 |  3 | 4 | H | GRBGr*   |   8 | 
| Roadster      | 1170 |  65 |  76 |  8 | 3622 |  3 | 2 | S | GRBGr*   |   8 |
| Touring       | 1170 |  65 |  76 |  8 | 3622 |  3 | 2 | S | GRBGr*   |   8 |
| Tudor         | 1170 |  65 |  76 |  8 | 3622 |  3 | 2 | S | GRBGr*   |   8 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                SCHUBERT SIX                                |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Six           | 1346 |  36 |  60 |  6 | 3179 |  3 | 4 | H | RWB*     |   4 |
| Six Police    | 1346 |  36 |  60 |  6 | 3179 |  3 | 4 | H | W        |   4 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                             SCHUBERT EXTRA SIX                             |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Fordor        | 1346 |  85 |  80 |  6 | 3548 |  3 | 4 | H | GWB*     |   9 |
| Tudor         | 1346 |  85 |  80 |  6 | 3548 |  3 | 2 | H | GWB*     |   9 |
| Police Fordor | 1346 |  85 |  80 |  6 | 3548 |  3 | 4 | H | W        |   9 |
| Police Tudor  | 1346 |  85 |  80 |  6 | 3548 |  3 | 2 | H | W        |   9 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                  FALCONER                                  |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Falconer      | 1520 |  80 |  72 |  6 | 3956 | 4m | 4 | H | BV*      | 3/8 |
| Yellowcar     | 1520 |  80 |  72 |  6 | 3956 | 4m | 4 | H | Y        | 3/8 |*
| Gangster      | 1520 |  80 |  72 |  6 | 3956 | 4m | 4 | H | Bl       | 3/8 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                              CRUSADER CHROMIUM                             |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Fordor        | 1500 |  85 |  80 |  8 | 3801 | 3m | 4 | H | BV *     |  13 |
| Tudor         | 1500 |  85 |  80 |  8 | 3801 | 3m | 2 | H | GDb*     |  13 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                              GUARDIAN TERRAPLANE                           |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Coupe         | 1316 | 101 |  87 |  6 | 3474 |  3 | 2 | H | UBeBl*   |  14 |
| Fordor        | 1316 | 101 |  87 |  6 | 3474 |  3 | 4 | H | UBeBl*   |  14 |
| Tudor         | 1316 | 101 |  87 |  6 | 3474 |  3 | 2 | H | UBeBl*   |  14 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                   THOR 812                                 |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Cabriolet FWD | 1814 | 170 | 100 |  8 | 4729 |  4 | 2 | S | OBl*     |  20 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                   THOR 810                                 |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Phaeton FWD   | 1656 | 125 |  93 |  8 | 4722 |  4 | 2 | S | OBl*     |  10 |
| Sedan FWD     | 1656 | 125 |  93 |  8 | 4722 |  4 | 4 | H | OBl*     |  10 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                 LASSITER V16                               |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Fordor        | 2812 | 230 | 100 | 16 | 7413 |  3 | 4 | H | G        |  17 |
| Phaeton       | 2650 | 185 |  85 | 16 | 7413 |  3 | 4 | N | Y        |   6 |
| Roadster      | 2500 | 204 |  93 | 16 | 7413 |  3 | 2 | N | G        |  12 |
| Appolyon      | 2500 | 230 | 110 | 16 | 7413 |  3 | 2 | N | W        |  17 |
| Charon        | 2650 | 185 |  85 | 16 | 7413 |  3 | 4 | N | Bl       |   6 |*
| Police        | 2812 | 230 | 100 | 16 | 7413 |  3 | 4 | H | Bl       |  17 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                               ULVER AIRSTREAM                              |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Fordor        | 1550 | 130 |  90 |  8 | 4893 |  3 | 4 | H | YB*      |   9 |
| Tudor         | 1550 | 130 |  90 |  8 | 4893 |  3 | 2 | H | YB*      |   9 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                    WRIGHT                                  |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Coupe         | 1600 | 141 |  95 |  8 | 5247 |  3 | 2 | S | BRG*     |  17 |
| Fordor        | 1600 | 141 |  95 |  8 | 5247 |  3 | 4 | H | BRG*     |  17 |
| Coupe         | 1600 | 141 |  95 |  8 | 5247 |  3 | 2 | S | BRG*     |  17 |
|    Gangster   |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                               SILVER FLETCHER                              |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Silver        | 2314 | 175 | 115 | 12 | 7566 |  3 | 4 | H | S        |  11 |
|    Fletcher   |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                    BRUNO                                   |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Speedster 851 | 1702 | 150 | 100 |  8 | 4585 |  3 | 2 | N | SRG*     |  15 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                   CELESTE                                  |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Marque 500    | 1200 | 160 | 105 |  6 | 5018 |  4 | 2 | S | WBr*     |  16 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                 TRAUTENBERG                                |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Model J       | 1700 | 265 | 114 |  8 | 6876 |  3 | 2 | N | R        | 19  |
| Racer 4WD     | 877.5| 150 | 138 |  8 | 4250 |  3 | 1 | N | R        | C19 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                  BRUBAKER                                  |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| 4WD           | 1100 | 300 | 140 |  8 | 5047 |  3 | 1 | N | W        | C19 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                   CAESAR                                   |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| 8C Mostro     | 1000 | 142 | 105 |  8 | 2336 |  4 | 2 | N | RBl*     | C19 |
| 8C 2300       |  920 | 178 | 140 |  8 | 2336 |  4 | 1 | N | R        | C19 |*
|    Racing     |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                 CARROZELLA                                 |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| C-Otto 4WD    |  950 | 300 | 140 |  8 | 4972 |  3 | 1 | N | BG*      | C19 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                   OTHERS                                   |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Ambulance     |  950 |  40 |  58 |  4 | 3285 |  3 | 2 | H | W        |   3 |
| Firetruck     | 3000 | 100 |  60 |  8 | 4525 |  3 | 2 | N | R        |   3 |*
| Hearse        |  950 |  40 |  58 |  4 | 3285 |  3 | 2 | H | B        |   3 |
| Truck Flatbed | 3000 | 100 |  60 |  8 | 4525 |  3 | 2 | H | G        |   3 |
| Truck Covered | 3000 | 100 |  60 |  8 | 4525 |  3 | 2 | H | G        |   3 |
| Truck         | 3000 | 100 |  60 |  8 | 4525 |  3 | 2 | H | G        |   3 |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|
 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                                                                            |
|                                  PROTOTYPES                                |
|_______________ ______ _____ _____ ____ ______ ____ ___ ___ __________ _____|
|               |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Manta         | 2025 | 190 | 109 |  8 | 4729 |  4 | 2 | H | Bl       |  C1 |
|    Prototype  |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Bolt-Thrower  | 1619 | 225 | 112 |  8 | 5115 |  3 | 2 | S | R        |  C2 |
| HotRod        | 1300 | 271 | 156 | 16 | 6225 |  4 | 2 | H | R        |  C3 |
| Black Dragon  | 1000 | 245 | 125 |  8 | 3413 |  4 | 2 | H | Bl       |  C4 | 
|    4WD        |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Mutagen FWD   | 1650 | 380 | 125 |  8 | 4729 |  4 | 2 | H | B        |  C5 |*
| Flamer        | 1100 | 217 | 130 |  8 | 2325 |  4 | 2 | N | B        |  C6 | 
| Masseur       | 1200 | 326 | 122 | 12 | 6566 |  3 | 2 | H | B        |  C7 |
| Masseur Taxi  | 1200 | 326 | 122 | 12 | 6566 |  3 | 2 | H | B        |  C8 |
| Demoniac      |  700 | 300 | 124 | 16 | 6225 |  3 | 2 | S | Bl       |  C9 |
| Crazy Horse   | 1300 | 340 | 156+| 16 | 7777 |  4 | 2 | H | Bl       | C10 |
| Bob Mylan 4WD | 1346 | 271 | 109 |  8 | 4530 |  3 | 2 | H | W        | C11 |
| Disorder 4WD  |  900 | 201 | 128 |  8 | 4333 |  3 | 2 | S | V        | C12 |
| Speedee 4WD   | 1050 | 326 | 134 |  8 | 4400 |  3 | 2 | H | B        | C13 |
| Luciferion    | 1548 | 296 | 144 |  8 | 4545 |  4 | 2 | H | R        | C14 |
|    FWD        |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Black Metal   | 7000 | 543 |  66 | 16 | 8010 |  3 | 2 | H | Bl       | C15 |
|    4WD        |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Hillbilly 5.1 | 1619 | 225 | 112 |  8 | 5115 |  3 | 2 | S | Y        | C16 |
|    FWD        |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Flower Power  | 1800 | 175 | 115 | 12 | 7666 |  3 | 2 | H | R        | C17 |
| Flame Spear   |  950 | 300 | 128 |  8 | 4972 |  3 | 1 | N | W        |  C6 |
|    4WD        |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
| Manta Taxi    | 2025 | 190 | 109 |  8 | 4729 |  4 | 2 | H | Bl       | C18 |
|    FWD        |      |     |     |    |      |    |   |   |          |     |
|_______________|______|_____|_____|____|______|____|___|___|__________|_____|

Please note the following exceptions in the table above:

* The Falconer line of cars is normally unlocked by completing Mission 8: "The 
Whore/The Priest." However, it can be made available earlier. In "Molotov 
Party," take the Falconer found at the Morello Bar and drive back to Salieri's 
to unlock the cars ahead of time. Also, the Falconer Yellowcar is actually 
"unlocked" from the start of the game. Check each car's notes for more 
information.

* Both the Firetruck and the Lassiter V16 Charon do not have roofs. However, 
their high backs serve as roll bars, so it is unlikely that you will be killed 
from flipping them over.

* The Caesar 8C 2300 Racing is supposed to be unlocked by completing Freeride 
Extreme Challenge 19: "Gone in 60 Seconds." However, this does not always seem 
to work. Check the the vehicle's notes for more information.

* The Mutagen FWD appears to have a seating capacity of four, but the rear 
doors are purely cosmetic and are actually inaccessible.

* Finally, as noted earlier, for cars with more than one available color, the 
last option is never available for selection from the Freeride menu. Assuming 
the car is common, it can still be found driving around the city in that color, 
it just can't be chosen as the player's starting car. This does mean, however, 
that cars such as the green Carrozella C-Otto 4WD are effectively undrivable, 
at least without some editing/modding. 

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- Neighborhoods/Regions -
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WORKS QUARTER
The Works Quarter encompasses the southwestern part of the city. It is the 
main industrial district of Lost Heaven, and as such, is filled with many large 
factories and warehouses. There are tram/trolley lines running throughout the 
neighborhood, but the passenger train line only has a turnaround at Winslet 
avenue (which is arguably part of Little Italy).  On the southeast bank of the 
West River is the Harbor (important in "You Lucky Bastard"). To the north is 
Little Italy. If one continues west from the Works Quarter, there is an exit to 
the racing circuit. Heading east, the West Marshall bridge leads over the river 
to Central Island. Also, there's a gas station one block north of this bridge. 
Little of the game takes place in this sector, but it's important to be 
familiar with it for the few missions that do, such as "Fairplay" and "Just for 
Relaxation."

LITTLE ITALY
Probably the most important thing about Little Italy is that it's home to 
Salieri's bar: your base of operations.  As a result, you will drive through it 
quite frequently, and become familiar with the surroundings. For reference, 
there is a tram line throughout the area and a passenger train stop one block 
east of the Salieri Bar. To the north is Chinatown and to the south is the 
Works Quarter. To the east, you can take the Central Island Tunnel to reach 
Central Island (duh).

CHINATOWN
This relatively small neighborhood is north of Little Italy. It has minor tram 
access and no passenger train stops. If you can't seem to get there, be aware 
that the area is closed off in the first few missions as will as in "city-
small" in Freeride. Once it opens, you can also make your way over to northern 
New Ark by way of the Terranova Bridge. A few parts of the game take place in 
this area (for example, "Better Get Used to It"), but beyond that, there isn't 
much of interest in Chinatown.

CENTRAL ISLAND
This is the main business sector in the city of Lost Heaven, filled with many 
notable landmarks and memorable characters. Central Island has a very 
large tram system and two passenger train stops.  There is also has a gas 
station one block north of the Central Island passenger train station. To the 
northwest, the Central Island Tunnel will take you to Little Italy.  To the 
southwest, the West Marshall Bridge will take you to the Works Quarter.  To the 
northeast, the Giuliano Bridge will take you to New Ark. Finally, to the 
southeast, the East Marshall Bridge will take you to Downtown. It's worth 
noting that the main street running down Central Island is one of the longest 
straightaways in the city, allowing you to reach very high speeds. However, the 
tram tracks often flip your car if you hit them at a strange angle.  It's 
better to stay off to one side and just avoid traffic in your lane.

NEW ARK
In the northeastern region of Lost Heaven lies New Ark. It connects to 
Chinatown via the Terranova Bridge and to Central Island via the Giuliano 
Bridge. It has a tram system and a passenger train stop at New Ark station 
(about one block northwest of the Giuliano Bridge). Lucas Bertone's auto 
service shop is also here, under the Giuliano Bridge. If you need to leave the 
city, the road to the northeast leads out to the countryside. This route will 
take you right to the airport, and farther along, the Clark Motel. Finally, 
note that between New Ark and Downtown, it's hard to determine where one ends 
and the other begins.

DOWNTOWN
South of New Ark and east of Central Island (via the East Marshall Bridge) 
lies Downtown.  Like you would expect from the downtown area of any city, it 
is bustling with people and business. However, there is little to note about 
this area. If you need to fill your tank, there is a gas station below the 
overpass into Oakwood. The Downtown region also has a large tram system and one 
passenger train stop to the north ("Downtown"). 

HOBOKEN
East of New Ark and northeast of Downtown is the neighborhood of Hoboken. It 
has tram lines around its perimeter, a passenger train stop at Central Hoboken 
and a turnaround at Market Avenue. The area is quite small, but still packed 
full of interesting locales. In addition, the path from the northeastern most 
corner all the way down that main street is one of the longest, straightest 
roads in the game. Driving that route has the potential to get you going really 
fast in the right car. In fact, this is the only way to jump the East River 
(Freeride Extreme only).

OAKWOOD
Oakwood is a residential sector for the suburban, upper-middle class family. 
Unfortunately for you, there is very little to do in the neighborhood. It has 
no tram or passenger train access, so you better get a car if you want to get 
around quickly. Also, Tommy's house is located here, in the southwest block 
(Freeride Extreme only).

OAK HILL
Commonly referred to as the millionaire's quarter, Oak Hill is the most 
scenic and grandiose area in Lost Heaven. It is also the easternmost place in 
the city. Though the neighborhood itself is quite small, it's thoroughly 
populated by massive mansions. As it sits so high up on the cliff, Oak Hill is 
difficult and time consuming to reach.  Coming from Hoboken, the road is 
relatively short, but extremely steep. The average car won't be able 
to break 20 mph going up the hill, especially with traffic. The road from 
Oakwood is less steep, but is a long series of winding switchbacks which 
finally reach the southwest corner of Oak Hill. The mission "Visiting Rich 
People" takes place here, as do some missions involving the theft of valuable 
cars (such as the Lassiter Appolyon). Finally, it goes without saying that 
there are no tram or passenger train tracks in Oak Hill.


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- Specific Locations -
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In lieu of a better system, these locations are simply ordered alphabetically.
 
Airport: 
North of New Ark but south of the Clark motel lies the airport. This very 
large and expansive area is visited during the mission "Omerta" and may be a 
destination during the mission "Creme de la Creme." (see the mission 
walkthrough for more information). 

Art Gallery: 
At the very bottom (south end) of Central Island is the city art museum. It is 
where Tommy finds the informant Little Tony ("Omerta") and where the mission 
"The Death of Art" takes place.

Bar Pompeii: 
Bar Pompeii is a fairly unremarkable establishment. In "The Running Man," you 
will have to take a passenger here. Later, you'll collect protection money from 
the bar in "Ordinary Routine."

Carlo's house: 
In the Works Quarter, not far from Salieri's bar (in Little Italy) is Carlo's 
house. Tommy travels here to kill in "Bon Appetite!"

Church: 
A block or so east of Hotel Corleone lies the church. Tommy fights here during 
Bobby's funeral in "The Priest."

Clark Motel:
A small motel north of the Airport - It is involved in "Ordinary Routine." 
There is also a gas station next to the motel. However, it's just for show, and 
won't actually fill up your tank (Freeride mode).

Doctor's house: 
The Salieri family doctor lives in a house near central Oakwood. Tommy and 
Paulie take Sam there after he's hurt in "A Trip to the Country."

Farm: 
This farm can be found north of Chinatown. Tommy, Paulie, and Sam attempt to 
get some Canadian whiskey from this area, though not without some resistance in 
"A Trip To The Country."

First National Bank: 
In the northern Downtown area is the Lost Heaven First National Bank. Tommy 
takes a trip there to retrieve account books in "Omerta" and to "make a 
withdrawal" in "Moonlighting."

Gas stations: 
There are four gas stations in Lost Heaven. One is near Carlo's house and the 
West Marshall Bridge. Another is a block north of the Central Island passenger 
train station.  One is below the overpass that leads to Oakwood. The final one 
is next to the Clark Motel (though it doesn't actually work - see "Clark Motel" 
entry).

Harbor: 
The Harbor is located in the southwest part of the Works Quarter. You'll find 
yourself here during "You Lucky Bastard!" and "Just for Relaxation."

Hospital: 
In Northern New Ark, right next to the Terranova Bridge, lies the hospital. 
Though only minor in the story missions, it's very useful in Freeride, where it 
will heal you fully for only $1000.

Hotel Corleone: 
About two blocks north of the East Marshall Bridge (Downtown) is Hotel 
Corleone. This is the setting for the mission "The Whore."

Lighthouse: 
South of Oak Hill and east of Oakwood, at the farthest southeast point of Lost 
Heaven, you can find the lighthouse. In Freeride, it has a bonus silver 
Fletcher parked outside. In Freeride extreme, it will show you the location of 
another challenge. In either mode, it is a useful place to avoid the police, as 
they will often drive off the cliff into the waters of the Saint Paul Coast.

Lucas Bertone's Auto Service: 
Under the Giuliano Bridge (New Ark/Downtown side) lies Lucas' auto service 
shop. He frequently tasks Tommy with side-missions involving personal favors 
and the theft of high end cars. In Freeride, he will repair your vehicle for 
$2000.

Morello's Bar: 
In central New Ark is the bar of Salieri's rival: Don Morello. This is a 
location used in the mission "Molotov Party."

Municipal Building:
The Municipal Building is a good landmark for finding your way around Lost 
Heaven. Located at the southern end of Central Island, this structure is the 
starting location in "The Running Man" and a destination in "Fairplay" [Part 
2]. In Freeride Extreme, there are also a couple challenges that involve the 
area near this building.

Palmero Club: 
This abandoned club can be found in northeastern Hoboken. Tommy and Paulie 
escape here with the stolen money in "Moonlighting." Other than that, it's 
really not that important.

Party Steamer Boat:
This locale only exists for the mission "Happy Birthday!" It can be boarded 
from the docks at the south end of Central Island.

Paulie's Apartment:
Like Sarah, Paulie lives only a few blocks away from the Salieri Bar. Tommy 
visits his apartment in "Moonlighting" and "The Death of Art."

Pepe's Restaurant: 
Tommy dines with, and protects Don Salieri at Pepe's Restaurant during the 
mission "Bon Appetit!" For reference, it's located in western New Ark.

Prison: 
Located at the northern end of Central Island, the prison facility serves as a 
sniping spot for Tommy in "Election Campaign."

Public Prosecutor's Villa: 
In Oak Hill - the neighborhood of the wealthy - the Morello-allied public 
prosecutor lives in his mansion. Tommy is sent there to steal incriminating 
evidence in "Visiting Rich People." 

Racing Circuit:
Found by taking the road west from the southwest part of the Works Quarter, the 
Lost Heaven Racing Circuit is used in both parts of the mission "Fairplay." 

Salieri Bar: 
Salieri's Bar - the center of operations for most missions - is located in the 
middle of Little Italy.

Salieri's Warehouse: 
This warehouse can be found in the northeast corner of Hoboken (right along the 
railroad tracks). Salieri's goods are stored here, and this building is used 
for a few missions, such as "A Trip to the Country" and "Just for Relaxation."

Sarah's Apartment: 
Only blocks away from the Salieri bar is Sarah's apartment. Tommy escorts her 
home, through the back alleys and thugs, during the mission "Sarah."

Service Station: 
In the eastern part of Chinatown is the small service station where a rival 
gang was beginning to take roots. Tommy and Paulie go to take them down in 
"Better Get Used to It."

Theater: 
In northeastern Central Island is the Lost Heaven Theater. This is a taxi 
destination in "The Running Man," and is also the location of a failed 
assassination attempt in "Creme de la Creme."

Tommy's House: 
Though Tommy's home is only available in the Free Ride Extreme mode, it's quite 
a nice residence. Situated in southern Oakwood, This house sports a door that 
saves the game, an infinite health cabinet, and a large lot to store rare and 
exotic cars.

Twister: 
Behind this theater in eastern Hoboken lies Yellow Pete's gunshop. Here you can 
buy an array of weapons, most of which are not offered by Vincenzo. The theater 
itself is of no importance.

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- Basic Mission Structure -
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While Mafia is a deep and lengthy gaming experience, the developers wisely 
divided the game into a series of missions. Not only does this format give the 
game a strong sense of organization, but it helps to keep the player from being 
overwhelmed. Although the game's 20 missions cover a broad range of activities, 
they all share a similar underlying structure. When playing, it helps to 
understand this system.

Most missions begin with a briefing from Don Salieri in the back room of the 
bar. After getting a basic idea of your objectives, you will head out into the 
car lot behind the bar. Next, you will check in with Vincenzo (weapons) and/or 
Ralph (cars) to get properly equipped for the mission at hand. After heading 
out into the city, you will almost always have to drive to your destination. 

In most cases, the bulk of the mission takes place at this point. Fairly often, 
something goes awry, and you end up having to take care of business. Whether 
this means a car chase, an ambush, or just some fast talking, things rarely go 
exactly as planned. 

Once you've completed the main goal of the mission, you're usually instructed 
to return to the Salieri Bar. However, you're frequently given the option to 
stop by Lucas Bertone's on the way back. If you complete the small task he 
gives you, you'll be taught how to unlock some of the nicest cars in the city, 
and even be pointed in the direction of one you can steal. After returning to 
the bar, you'll move on to the next mission.

Understand that this is merely a basic outline; there are certainly exceptions. 
Most notably, the first two and final two missions deviate significantly from 
this format. Other chapters may only include parts of this structure. Still, 
it's a good idea to understand how the game is laid out and how the missions 
are organized.

[09-CRC]
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- Choosing the Right Car -
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Transportation is a major part of Mafia. Nearly every mission involves you 
traveling somewhere far away from the Salieri Bar. With a few exceptions, the 
game doesn't just transport you to the action zone; you have to get there 
yourself. Furthermore, Lost Heaven is a large and realistic city. It's not 
just a few blocks and a parking lot; it's a massive environment with miles of 
roads, alleys, dirt paths, medians, bridges, ramps, hills, houses, skyscrapers, 
stores, and everything else found in a city. Due to the size of Lost Heaven and 
the nature of your missions, you'll be forced to provide your own 
transportation to many of your destinations. For the most part, you'll be using 
cars.

First off, remember that this is the 1930s. These cars are not supercharged. In 
fact, most have difficulty breaking 50 mph. Keep this in mind, and don't expect 
too much from your vehicles. Every car in the game can get you from point A to 
point B. However, given what most of the missions involve, it's often more like 
going from A to B while being shot at, then from B to C while being run off the 
road, and finally back to A while trying to chase down a fleeing enemy.

When considering cars, there are some basic things that you should pay 
attention to in order to arrive at your destination safely and in a timely 
manner. Here, I'm going to outline five of the most fundamental considerations 
when choosing the best car for the job. If you want more information about a 
specific vehicle, I suggest looking in the "Cars" section of this guide.

1. Power and speed: As already discussed, most of these cars from the 1930s are 
quite weak, and take a while to reach their top speeds. They also can take a 
while to start up, even requiring a few turns of the key. Still, there is a 
rather large range of vehicles available, and a few of these do perform 
reasonably well. Often choosing a merely mediocre car over a truly pathetic one 
can be the difference between success and failure in a mission.

2. Size and Shape: The size and shape of a vehicle may prevent you from going 
through extremely narrow alleyways, or may simply make it more difficult to 
weave in and out of traffic. Take this into consideration if the mission you're 
undertaking involves chase sequences. Also, the size (actually, the capacity) 
is another important factor. If you have to take yourself and two other 
gangsters somewhere, you can't very well take a two-seater (Tudor) car. Be 
aware of what passengers you may have, and accommodate accordingly.

3. Weight: Although driving a large car can be problematic for agile 
maneuvering (see above), it's not without its advantages. One such benefit is 
that most large cars are also quite heavy. When pursuing a fleeing enemy, a 
heavy car can allow you to push your foe off the road with ease. While small, 
lightweight vehicles may be able to dart in and out of traffic, a multi-ton 
behemoth can often just plow right through. Driving a heavy car can also be 
advantageous if YOU'RE the one being chased. Enemies will have a much harder 
time pushing you off the road when your car weighs twice as much as theirs.

4. Steering (Rear/Front/All Wheel Drive): Unlike many modern cars that have 
front or all wheel drive, nearly all of the cars in the 1930s had a rear wheel 
drivetrain. As a result, their handling isn't as steady as cars you may be used 
to. That said, a few vehicles (such as the Thor group) are Front Wheel Drive, 
and have names that indicate this (e.g. "Thor 810 Sedan FWD").

5. Roof: While a car's roof may seem to be inconsequential compared to what 
under it's hood, I assure you that's not the case. During hectic driving 
sequences, it's quite likely that your car will be overturned. If you're in a 
car with a soft-top or no roof at all, a roll-over will kill Tommy instantly. 
Clearly, this means that a hard-top car is preferable, at least when you have a 
choice. But sometimes the fastest car at your disposal has little more than a 
windshield to protect you. At that point, you may have a tough decision on your 
hands. Also realize that this weakness works both ways. If you're being pursued 
by enemies in a soft-top car, try to flip their vehicle to take them all out in 
a split second. 

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- Driving Tips -
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While the previous section addressed the varying characteristics of the many 
cars in the game, this section will describe some helpful techniques for 
actually driving them.

NAVIGATION

      - Map: Easily the most useful feature in the game, the map shows you a 
      detailed depiction of Lost Heaven, including your current location and 
      destination (marked by a yellow arrow and blue cross, respectively). 
      Press Tab at any time to bring up this helpful guide.

      - Compass: While the map and compass go hand in hand, the later is not 
      quite as useful a device as the former. Quite simply, the compass always 
      points in the direction of your destination. It does not outline a route 
      for you, nor does it take obstacles into account. As a result, it's quite 
      possible that you'll end up facing a dead end or body of water, while the 
      compass stubbornly directs you forward. Honestly, it's much easier to use 
      the map and make a route for yourself. The compass is really only useful 
      for finding your destination when you're within a few blocks (at which 
      point, the map isn't precise enough to get the job done).

      - Radar: Every car in Mafia has a built in radar system. Now is not the 
      time to point out historical inaccuracies, because this particular 
      anachronism happens to be quite useful. The device will display your car 
      as a white rectangle in the center, and all other vehicles around you in 
      different colors: 

            White: Your car (in the center), or an unlocked car - Since all    
            pedestrians lock their cars, another white rectangle on the radar 
            is likely a car that you stole and left parked, one in the Salieri 
            garage, or a hidden Freeride car.

            Green: A standard civilian car, driving or parked (they're always
            locked)

            Blue: A police car - Currently at a non-hostile status

            Orange: A gangster car - Currently at a non-hostile status
            (Freeride only)

            Red: Either a gangster or police car at a hostile status - Even a 
            cop just trying to give you a ticket counts as "hostile." 
 
            Yellow: A tram (see the next section, "Public Transportation," for 
            more information)

            Red X: This is your current destination (seen as a blue X on the 
            map). Depending on the circumstances, it may be static (e.g. a 
            building) or in motion (e.g. an enemy car).

NORMAL DRIVING

      - Speed limiter: By pressing the speed limiter button (Default: F5 key),
      a small warning sign with a large "40" will appear over your speedometer. 
      This will prevent you from driving over 40 mph (the speed limit). If 
      you're not doing a timed mission, or if you're not in a hurry, I'd advise 
      using this, because it will reduce the frequency and seriousness of your 
      collisions and it will prevent the police from ticketing you for 
      speeding.

      - Transmission: Realistically, automatic transmission would not have been 
      available for more than a few models of cars in the 1930s. However, since 
      accessibility is an important part of any videogame, every car you can 
      drive in Mafia has both automatic and manual transmission. Even better, 
      you can freely switch between the two while driving (Default: M key). 

      If you really want to focus on something in-game (other than shifting),
      don't know how to drive stick, or are simply lazy, automatic is your best 
      bet. This will have the transmission automatically shift itself at a 
      reasonably appropriate time. 

      If you want to decrease the time it takes for you to accelerate, or to 
      have that extra level of control, drive manual. Use the clutch button 
      (Default: X key) to hold in the clutch, then use shift up and shift down 
      (Default: Z and A keys) to change gears. Remember to use your tachometer 
      to judge when it's best to shift. It also doesn't hurt to be familiar 
      with the car you're driving. 

      - Camera: There are six camera angles from which you can view your car 
      while driving. You can cycle between them by pressing the change camera 
      view button (default: C key):

            1. Default Camera - A close camera following from behind the car

            2. This camera angle pulls back slightly from the first one.

            3. This camera angle pulls back dramatically from the first two. 
               This perspective is recommended if you're driving a large 
               vehicle that obscures your vision (such as a truck).

            4. Inside the driver seat camera, but with no dashboard, wheel or 
               any part of your actual car

            5. Inside the driver seat camera - This is the most realistic; 
               you'll see everything Tommy would, and from his perspective.

            6. This perspective has the camera mounted along the left front 
               tire. This angle isn't recommended for driving, but perhaps for 
               precision parking...I don't really use it much, and chances are 
               you won't either.

      You can easily cycle through these camera views to chose one that you 
      like in general, or for a specific situation. In addition, you can use 
      the look right and look left keys (Default: . and , keys) to look right 
      and left, or hold them down together to look behind you. Finally, if you 
      left-click with no weapon equipped, you'll be able to freely move the 
      camera using the mouse.

      - Gasoline: While you will leave the Salieri Bar with a full tank of gas, 
      you can empty it by driving for extended periods of time, damaging your 
      engine, or stealing a different car (one that was low to begin with). At 
      this point, you'll need to get a different ride, or go fill up at a gas 
      station. Be sure to check your gas gauge once in a while, just in case. 
      More information can be found in the "Freeride" section.

ADVANCED DRIVING

      - Handbrake: By using the handbrake (Default: Spacebar), you can stop 
      your car's motion much faster than by using your normal brakes. While 
      this is effective for near-collision situations under 40 mph, as the 
      speed increases, so does the danger. At high speeds, the handbrake will 
      cause you to lose control of steering altogether, and if you try to turn,
      you risk spinning out or even flipping over.

      - Horn: By pressing the horn (Default: K key) you will honk. The specific 
      sound effect that plays depends on the vehicle you're driving. Believe it 
      or not, the horn is more than just a tool for venting your rage at other 
      motorists. If you're driving faster than 40 mph (the speed limit), 
      honking your horn will make other drivers pull off the road, or at least 
      try to veer out of your way. However, don't assume that it will clear a 
      path for you. 
      
      Let's say that you are going 60 mph, dramatically over the speed limit, 
      and rapidly closing in on the car in front of you. You intend to pass on 
      the right. However, if you honk when you're directly behind the car, it 
      has a 50% of pulling over to the left and a 50% of pulling over to the 
      right, the latter of which would result in a collision. When using the 
      horn, always aim to the left or the right of the vehicle to avoid them
      accidentally swerving INTO you instead of away from you.

COMBAT DRIVING

      - Drive-by Shooting: With a handgun equipped, left click once to open the 
      window and extend your arm. At this point, you can use the mouse to aim 
      and fire normally. Although it may seem like it has potential, the drive-
      by feature really isn't that useful. Since you can only use handguns, you 
      don't have the ability to spray gunfire, meaning that you need to be 
      fairly accurate. It's quite difficult to do this, however, while speeding 
      down the road at 70 mph. Using drive-bys on other cars is slightly more 
      effective, since they're a larger target and should be moving closer to 
      your speed. However, other combat techniques, such as ramming, usually 
      prove to be more effective. Note that if you are in the passenger seat, 
      you can also use a Thompson or either of the shotguns to perform drive-
      bys. You still can't use melee weapons, the Springfield or Mosin-Nagant, 
      though.

      - Car Chase, Type A: More than a few times throughout the game, you'll 
      find yourself trying to make a hasty retreat with a bunch of gangsters 
      (or cops) on your tail. While you might be tempted to start shooting (see 
      above), this isn't recommended. Stick to focusing on the road and shaking 
      your pursuers. By far the most effective technique is to "shave off" the 
      enemies on some nearby object. As you'll undoubtedly notice, your foes 
      like to pull up alongside you in an attempt to run you off the road 
      and/or turn your car into Swiss cheese. When they move into position, 
      head towards a lamp pole, oncoming car, or tram. If you do it correctly, 
      you will just scrape by, while your pursuers will slam into the object at 
      full speed. It shouldn't take more than a couple of these maneuvers to 
      put the enemies out of commission. Finally, there are a few circumstances 
      in which the best strategy is actually to exit your vehicle and kill all 
      your pursuers with traditional weaponry, then continue on your way. 

      - Car Chase, Type B: While the first couple missions get you accustomed 
      to driving frantically, trying to avoid pursuit, sometimes the tables are 
      turned. Every once in a while, you'll be in a car chase where YOU get to 
      do the chasing. Again, resist the temptation to pull out a gun and start 
      shooting; it won't do you much good and will probably alert the police. 
      Instead, use the same aggressive driving techniques as your foes: push, 
      ram, and try to force a spin-out. If you have a passenger, they'll take 
      care of the gunplay. Also, be aware of the eventual outcome. Certain 
      chases are meant for you to kill your targets (e.g. "Ordinary Routine" 
      and "Better Get Used to It"), while others are just a transition sequence 
      leading you to a new area (e.g. "Omerta," "You Lucky Bastard!" and "Creme 
      de la Creme"). Even with the ones where you are intended to succeed (i.e. 
      kill someone), don't worry if you can't force the car off the road. 
      Chances are, if you stay on them long enough, they'll crash of their own 
      accord. Then just get out of your car and finish them off yourself.

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- Public Transportation -
-------------------------

While cars will get you through most of the missions in Mafia, the public 
transportation system is arguably just as useful. Lost Heaven has both public 
trams and passenger train lines available for use all around the city.

Trams: The tram lines are marked as yellow lines on the map (and the trams 
themselves are yellow rectangles on your radar).  The trams will stop every 
few blocks, where they will chime a bell. You can get on by pressing action 
when near one of the doors. As useful as trams are, they are never featured in 
any of the game's missions. Anyway, here are some other notes about trams:

      -When inside a tram, you will be able to fire weapons, but you won't be 
      able to see them (you're in a first person view). 

      -You can only exit the tram when it is stopped. 

      -If you kill the driver (either while in the tram, or from the street) 
      the tram will instantly stop.

      -By killing the driver, trams will back up on the line behind the stopped
      one.

      -If you or any other person gets hit by a moving tram (while on foot) 
      you/they will die instantly.

Passenger train: The passenger train makes scheduled stops at a few select 
stations throughout Lost Heaven. Unlike the tram, the wait time may be quite 
long, and there is no driver for you to kill. The passenger train is only used 
once in the story missions (during "Moonlighting").

Tram and passenger train lines run throughout Lost Heaven, but only in certain 
areas:
 
      Central Island: Tram lines through the center and left side; passenger 
      train line with two stops ("Central Island" and "Giuliano Street")

      Chinatown: Tram lines along the southern border only; no passenger train

      Downtown: Tram lines throughout; passenger train line with one stop 
      ("Downtown")

      Hoboken: Tram lines mostly along the borders; passenger train line with 
      two stops ("Central Hoboken" and "Market Avenue"[turnaround])

      Little Italy: Tram lines through the center; passenger train line with 
      one stop ("Little Italy")

      New Ark: Tram lines throughout; passenger train line with one stop ("New 
      Ark") 
 
      Oakwood: No tram lines; no passenger train lines

      Oak Hill: No tram lines; no passenger train lines

      Works Quarter: Tram lines throughout (with a turnaround near the racing 
      course exit); passenger train line with one stop ("Winslet Avenue" 
      [turnaround])

For more information on these areas, scroll up to "The City of Lost Heaven" 
section.

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[09-POL]
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- The Police-
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The police force of the city of Lost Heaven is extremely efficient at taking 
down an aspiring criminal such as yourself. The police's interference in your 
actions have quite a bit to do with your play style. If you chose to go 
whatever speed you like, kill whoever you feel like killing, and essentially do 
whatever you want, you're going to attract tons of attention from the police. 
Alternatively, if you always use the speed limiter, stop at red lights and for 
pedestrians, and don't kill people unless you need to, you shouldn't be hassled 
much by the police. However, at certain times throughout the story, you will 
unavoidably have to deal with the police, or do things that will attract their 
attention. Therefore, regardless of play style, you should be well informed of 
their capabilities and limitations.

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  / P O L I C E   S T A T E S /
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These states can be seen at the top center of the screen when the police want 
to ticket/arrest/kill you. Otherwise, nothing is shown there.

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MINOR OFFENSES

These result in a ticket icon appearing at the top of the screen. In the story 
mode, simply stop and get out of your car. Let the cop ticket you, as it will 
do nothing except waste a little of your time. In Freeride mode, you will have 
to pay $1000 for the ticket, but it's still not much of a problem. Note that if 
you get four tickets in a row, you will be wanted for arrest (see next section 
(major offenses)).

Minor Offenses - Results in ticket ($1000 in Freeride)

      - Speeding above 40 mph (but under 70 mph)
      - Running red lights
      - Lightly colliding with another car (minor fender-bender)
      - Lightly colliding with a pedestrian (while driving)

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MAJOR OFFENSES

These result in a handcuffs icon appearing at the top of the screen. In any 
mode, if you are caught by the cops, it's game over, so avoid this at all 
costs. If you remain at this state for an extended period of time, the cops 
will call in backup and a wanted bar will appear (more on this later). However, 
take note that the cops will not fire at you when you're wanted for arrest, 
though they will ram you with their car. Also, if you run or drive away from a 
ticket, but the icon remains for a while, it will change to handcuffs. 

Major Offenses - Results in arrest (game over)

      - Speeding above 70 mph
      - Crashing powerfully into another car
      - Killing a pedestrian (by running them over)
      - Colliding (even lightly) with a police car
      - Avoiding ticket for an extended period of time
      - Committing a minor offense for the fourth time
      - Showing any weapon (excluding fists and the baseball bat) in public 
        (i.e. in the view of an officer)

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POLICE ASSAULT

In this state, the police will use lethal force with deadly efficiency. When 
the Colt 1911 icon appears, they have begun their assault. All police will 
begin firing at you with whatever weapons they have available. More police cars 
will join the chase, and the passengers will also fire at you. If you get a 
wanted bar and try to leave the immediate area, they will set up roadblocks at 
every couple intersections with 2-5 cars, many armed cops, and 1-2 spike 
strips. 

Assault Causes - Results in death (game over)

      - Firing a weapon in public, within the view/earshot of a cop (even if 
        it's not aimed at anyone)
      - Colliding powerfully with a police car (varies between major offense 
        and assault)
      - Attacking a cop with weapons
      - Killing a cop within the view of another cop

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POLICE CONFUSION

This is shown by the icon of a cop with question marks around his head. It 
signifies that you have confused/evaded the police, but they still have a 
ticket/arrest warrant/death wish for you. This usually occurs if you are wanted 
for something, but get out of the sight of a cop, and slip into a different 
vehicle. If the cops figure out where you went (e.g. you get out of the car you 
"slipped into" right in front of a cop), you return to the police status that 
you were beforehand.

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WANTED BAR

This is a small red bar, located under the police status icon. Essentially, if 
the police are on a hostile status towards you, but you avoid capture/death for 
an extended period of time, they radio in for backup. While you are wanted, the 
police's assault is much larger, with more units sent against you. As long as 
you are within view of a cop, the wanted bar will remain at full red. If you 
get out if their range, it will slowly decrease, but will instantly fill up 
again if another cop sees you. If the police are in a "confused" state, the bar 
will constantly decrease, unless they "re-discover" you. However, regardless of 
state, the bar can never disappear instantly. You must wait for it to slowly 
decrease, even if you're in another car, miles away from any cop. Also worth 
noting is that you can get a wanted bar on all the police states except a 
ticket. If you evade a ticket for an extended period of time, it simply becomes 
an arrest warrant (handcuffs).

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  / P O L I C E   T Y P E S /
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/_____________________________________________________________________________/

BEAT COPS

You will see these men in blue calmly pacing up and down the streets. 
If they see you commit a crime, they will blow their whistle and chase after 
you. If they remain within close proximity of you for a while, you will either 
be wanted for arrest (if you originally had a ticket), or get a wanted bar (if 
you originally had an arrest warrant or an assault "warrant"). These officers 
are predominately armed with the standard S&W Model 10 M&P. 

Facing when on foot: 
When you're on foot, dealing with the police can be problematic. When 
committing a minor or major crime, they will blow their whistles and come 
chasing after you. However, unless you are on assault terms, they will enact no 
violent actions towards you. They may chase you for hours across the entire 
city, but they won't attack you until you attack first. Unfortunately, if they 
catch you, it's game over, so don't stand still. Generally speaking, Tommy runs 
faster than a police officer. Use this to your advantage: Outrun an officer, 
turn into a street where you're out of their sight, and quickly hijack a car. 
Assuming they don't see you, the confused cop icon will appear, and you can 
leave safely. If you're impatient, you could quickly hijack a car (within their 
view), then drive a couple blocks away (out of their view) and hijack a 
different car. 

If however, you're feeling a little more violent, you can always kill them. 
If you chose this method, take out your weapon, but don't fire. Again, they 
will chase after you, but not attack until you do. Pull out a powerful weapon 
(preferably a shotgun) and stop, then face them. Wait until they're almost 
close enough to arrest you, then fire. Continue to shoot until they're dead. Be
careful, as they might fall down, seemingly killed, only to get up again and 
shoot you. Assuming there is only one officer in the area and there is no 
wanted bar yet, the Colt 1911 icon should disappear the instant your target is 
killed. Use this as your indicator. In other words, don't depend on whether or 
not the officer "looks dead."

Facing when in a car: 
If you're walking around and commit a crime, officers on foot are actually 
somewhat of a hindrance. On the other hand, if you're driving, they should 
cause you no trouble at all. In this case, they will most likely try to ticket 
or arrest you for speeding or running red lights. Unless you're unable to, or 
you really don't want to, simply keep going. That's right, just drive right 
past them. Unless they are trying to kill you on assault charges, you should be 
able to leave them in the dust, even if you're driving a slow car like a 
Falconer. Soon the ticket/handcuffs/Colt 1911 icon will be transparent (meaning 
you're out of their range) and shortly thereafter, it should disappear 
altogether. Even for assault charges, you should drive away quickly, or turn 
and run them over if you can.


OFFICERS ON PATROL (driving)

When stationed in a vehicle, two officers will drive in any of the following
cars: Schubert Six Police, Schubert Extra Six Police Fordor, Schubert Extra 
Six Police Tudor. They will be carrying the same S&W Model 10 M&Ps as their 
comrades on foot, but can also have more devastating weaponry. Often, the 
passenger has a pump-action shotgun. These officers are much more dangerous 
than beat cops, but also far easier to spot and avoid, if you use the right 
tactics. 

Facing when on foot: 
On foot, you will have serious difficulty dealing with police in cars. The best
strategy is to wait for them to pull over near you (assuming you just committed
a crime), and let them get out. Then proceed to kill them, keeping your 
distance, especially if one of them has a shotgun. Try to use their parked car 
as cover. This means that you should move to one side of their car, kill the 
cop who emerges from that side, but use the car as a barrier between yourself 
and the other cop. Then you can slowly circle around to kill him.

Facing when in a car: 
At least a few times throughout the game, you will probably be hunted by a 
police car for speeding, running red lights, or small collisions. One very 
useful feature of the game that allows you to avoid most tickets is your radar. 
Unlike officers on foot, who you might not see as you speed past, police cars 
are clearly marked as blue rectangles on your radar. If you see one of these 
rectangles coming towards you, make sure you're not speeding. Once you're 
within 100 or so feet of the car (in front, not behind) you will have entered 
their "zone." Within this area, they will be able to "see" your crimes. This 
"zone" is between one half and one third of the radius of your radar. To 
clarify this, let me give an example. 

Let's say that you are speeding, and want to avoid a ticket/arrest. You look at 
your radar and see a blue rectangle enter at the very top of the radar coming 
towards you. By the time that the blue rectangle gets about half way to YOUR 
rectangle (the center of the radar), you need to be going under the speed limit 
in order to avoid a ticket. If it's really a big deal to you, slow down 
immediately. Use the brake, handbrake, steering, and horn, all to your 
advantage to get yourself under the legal limit. If you're going really fast, 
do everything in your power to slow down, even stop if you can. Ironically, 
though the police will ticket you for going one mile per hour over the limit, 
they won't do a thing if you're flipped upside down, facing backwards in, and 
blocking the opposite lane of traffic. 

Finally, if you have to kill officers in cars, it's advisable that you attempt 
to lure them out of their vehicles, as they are very dangerous drivers, and 
will run you off the road if you try to take them head-on. They're much more 
manageable on foot. If manslaughter is absolutely necessary, the strategies 
described above (dealing with officers on patrol while you, the player, are on 
foot) should help.

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[09-WWE]
--------------------------------
- Wielding Weapons Effectively -
--------------------------------

Other than driving, the activity that you'll probably be doing most frequently 
in Mafia is shooting. This game features over a dozen weapons, all of which 
you'll use at some point during the course of the story. While some are common, 
and others only can be found in a single mission, all weapons have some ability 
geared towards taking out your enemies. In short, any idiot can fire a gun, but 
you'll need some tips if you hope to stay alive against the mob underworld.
 
-Know your weapons: Don't go up against a shotgun wielding gangster with a 
baseball bat. You should develop a sense of weapon strengths and weaknesses as 
you play through the game. For a more comprehensive rundown, check the 
"Weapons" section for an in-depth analysis of every weapon available. Also, be 
aware that there is no "super weapon"; anything that an enemy can wield, you 
can as well, and vice versa.

-Don't waste your bullets: Unlike in many videogames, reloading your gun when 
your clip is not empty WILL WASTE any remaining bullets in the clip. However, 
don't put yourself in a dangerous situation simply because you want to conserve 
ammunition. If you know you're about to enter a massive firefight and you have 
one bullet left in your Thompson's clip, just reload. It's better to waste one 
bullet now than being forced to reload in the middle of a heated firefight.
 
-Take cover: A pillar, a wall, a car - When in trouble, put whatever solid 
objects you can between yourself and your attacker(s). Even running into a 
dense group of people can often shield you from gunfire.

-Make your shots count: You should almost always aim for either the chest or 
the head of your enemies. This will ensure the more rapid elimination of your 
foes, and a higher survival chance on your part. If however, an enemy is well 
protected behind cover, you might not get such a clean shot. Under those 
circumstances, just hit what you can (an elbow, a foot, etc.), and it may cause 
the gangster to stumble out of his cover, exposing the rest of his body.

-Weigh your opposition: If you have two enemies, one with a rifle, and the 
other with a baseball bat, take out the rifle-wielder first. Generally 
speaking, the enemies with the strongest or most dangerous weaponry should be 
your first-priority targets.

-Loot corpses: Although Mafia is no RPG, those habits you've developed playing 
Diablo aren't useless here. For the most part, any weapon that an enemy was 
wielding will fall to his feet when he dies. You are capable of picking up and 
using these weapons. In certain missions where ammunition is scarce, the extra 
clips of a downed foe may be the deciding factor between life or death in the 
next shootout.

-Keep track of your weapons: This issue really only presents itself when you're 
carrying two large weapons. If this is the case, pulling out a handgun will 
drop one of those other guns to the ground. In a heated firefight, this could 
easily go completely unnoticed, leaving you crippled for a future engagement. 
Of course, there's no inherent problem using handguns when you have two large 
weapons. Just remember to pick them up again before you move on. Along the same 
lines, be careful that you don't accidentally switch one of your large weapons 
for another while trying to pick up something else. There's nothing like 
running into a firefight only to discover that you swapped your Thompson for a 
sawed-off a few minutes back. Some good advice would be to periodically check 
your inventory and make sure that you have all your weapons.

-Watch those reloads: When you reload your weapon, you're almost completely 
defenseless. As such, only reload when you have adequate cover, or you know 
that no enemy is nearby. At the same time, use this fact to your advantage. Be 
on the lookout for enemies who are themselves reloading, and take them out. If 
you know the weapons well enough, you can do it just like in the movies, where 
you count the number of shots that your enemy fires.

-You're empty!: Unlike in many games, where enemies can keep shooting at you 
indefinitely, the gangsters you face in Mafia will actually run out of bullets. 
If you're in a tough situation, but have good cover, you can try to lure your 
foes into wasting all their ammunition. When they run out, they'll usually 
charge at you with their bare fists, making them easy fodder for your firearms. 
Just don't let them gang up on you. On the other hand, there are some 
situations where you DON'T want them to use up all that ammo. If one gangster 
has a particularly good weapon (usually the Thompson) but he wastes all his 
ammo, when you eventually kill him and take the gun from his corpse...Well, 
it'll be empty.

-Get down, get down, staying alive!: When searching for cover, don't neglect 
the crouch feature. You standing up behind a overturned table vs. you crouched
behind it can make the difference of life and death. Crouching also steadies 
your aim, which is helpful when targeting distant enemies.

-Don't let up: Using suppressive fire will help you immensely when facing 
numerous foes. If you keep firing at an enemy, they will be busy in the 
"taking damage" animation, and will be unable to retaliate. The strength of 
the suppression is completely up to you. If ammunition is a premium, get your 
shots off quickly, but don't sacrifice accuracy for speed. On the other hand, 
if you've got 250 rounds for your Thompson, just unload in the enemy's general 
direction to keep them pinned down and unable to fire back.

-Take it slow: Perhaps the best advice for combat in this game is to play like 
the tortoise, because slow and steady DOES win the race. Since you're rarely 
timed during an on-foot segment, there's really no reason to rush. Make small 
advances at a time, don't get greedy, and most importantly of all, be patient. 
There is always someone with a shotgun hiding around that next corner, just 
waiting for your impatience to become your downfall.

-Watch your friends: In missions with other characters accompanying you, figure
out how useful they are as fighters (or if they're completely incapable of 
fighting). Provide suppressive fire while they go for the accurate kill shots, 
or vice versa. Make sure that you know where they are, and don't accidentally 
shoot them in the back, thinking they are an enemy. Watch out for them too; if 
they die, you fail the mission.

-Getting your hands dirty: In certain segments of the game, you have to resort 
to raw melee combat. The good news is that in these sequences, you're never 
expected to take on someone with a gun. The bad news is that you ARE frequently 
outnumbered. First off, try to get a good melee weapon. Something like the 
baseball bat is ideal. Next, resist the urge to charge up your attacks. 
Instead, walk backwards while constantly swinging (no charge). If you're still 
getting hurt too much, start running and strafing in circles around your 
foe(s). Once your enemies are severely injured, you may want to start using 
more powerful (charged) blows.

-Playing it Bogart: There are certain situations where you must navigate around 
and interact with people who will easily turn on you if you give them a reason 
(e.g. "Just for Relaxation"). Just stay cool and don't arouse their suspicions. 
Similarly, don't pull out a weapon just to try to scare them; you'll only blow 
your cover.

-Sneaking around: In a few missions, you may be able to sneak up on, or attack 
an enemy who is unaware. Don't underestimate the element of surprise. If you're 
not the center of attention, you can get a critical kill shot off, even when 
surrounded by soon to be enemies (e.g. "Happy Birthday"). Also, don't neglect 
the baseball bat and knife, both of which are capable of doing one-hit kills if 
you fully charge your swing and attack from behind.

-Keep it holstered: Publicly displaying firearms, even without firing them, is
a crime in Lost Heaven. By whipping out your gun for no good reason, you'll 
frighten civilians, possibly even ones you need to talk to, and the police may 
come after you. The baseball bat is a wonderful exception to this rule, as you 
can freely walk the streets carrying one. As long as you don't start hitting 
someone right in front of an officer, the police shouldn't give you any 
trouble.

-Persevere: Mafia is a complex enough game that each run-through of a mission 
will be slightly different from the last. Because of this, there is always the 
chance that one of these times, all the odds will be against you. Once in a 
while, you'll just get ripped apart before you can even react. This isn't your 
fault, nor is it the result of poor skills on your part. It really boils down 
to bad luck. Just try again, and chances are you'll be fine. If repeated 
attempts still end in complete and unavoidable failure, it's likely that you're 
doing something wrong. As a side note, in Freeride Extreme, success becomes the 
exception, not the rule. It'll take not only skill, but also fair amount of 
luck to pass some of the mode's more difficult challenges.

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******************* M I S S I O N   W A L K T H R O U G H S *******************
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This will be the basic setup for all the mission walkthroughs. Some additional 
categories in the post-mission wrap-up will be present only when applicable. 
Also, most of these categories will be absent for the cinematic-only missions 
(e.g. prologue, intermezzos, etc.).
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  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | A brief overview of what's going to happen in the level  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | The screen that appears when the level/mission is        |
|                  | loading - Yes, this is rather useless and irrelevant,    |
|                  | but I don't feel like taking it out.                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | The year in which the mission takes place                |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | The major characters that appear in this level/mission - |
|                  | They will be marked: "(new)" when it is their first      |
|                  | appearance in the game.                                  |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | If they have no marking next to their name, they're in   |
|                  | the level, and have their own life meter above Tommy's.  |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | If they have "(ambient)" next to their name, it means    |
|                  | that they're in the level, and can be interacted with,   |
|                  | but they have no life bar above Tommy's. With a few      |
|                  | exceptions, they'll stay where they are as opposed to    |
|                  | following Tommy around.                                  |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | If it says "(cinematic only)" next to their name, then   |
|                  | they're only in a cinematic, and not visible or          |
|                  | accessible when you are in control of Tommy.             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | The minor characters that appear in this level/mission - |
|                  | The same markings used for major characters apply here.  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | The number of save points, followed by their names       |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health Cabinets  | The number of health cabinets, followed by the healing   |
|                  | "power" and location of each                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

The walkthrough of the level - It will be interspersed with instructions, 
directions, notes, hints, new objectives, checkpoints, and dialogue. 

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                                 ________________
                                |                |
                                | IMPORTANT NOTE |
                                |________________|


An immense thank you to Athawolfus (Cem Gulduren) for the game script. I had 
previously attempted to compile something like this myself, but it was simply 
too much of an endeavor. I have only retained my own transcripts for the 
segments absent from his guide (most notably, the opening credits). Otherwise, 
all dialogue and cinematic scripts come from his work. I've attempted to keep 
them as they originally appear, so please bear with any small formatting 
inconsistencies. In addition to giving him full credit for the cinematic and 
dialogue transcripts that appear here, I encourage all of you to view his full 
game script at the following website:

http://www.gamefaqs.com/computer/doswin/file/371671/51740

In the interest of clarity ("readability," if you will), I've decided to 
exclude minor dialogue from the embedded transcript. Once again, please consult 
Athawolfus' far more comprehensive script at the site listed above if you are 
interested in this content.

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|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (#)  | The number of objectives, followed by all          |
|                        | objectives in order                                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | Any alternate paths or routes through the mission  |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Any other notes of interest about the mission -    |
|                        | This is usually to remind the player of a specific |
|                        | strategy or technique mentioned in the             |
|                        | walkthrough. As of the most recent update, Easter  |
|                        | eggs and similar curiosities will not be listed    |
|                        | here, as there is an entire area dedicated to them |
|                        | in the "Secrets" section of the guide.             |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | What cars would be added to your garage (assuming  |
|                        | you didn't destroy them, didn't steal any new      |
|                        | ones, and did the Lucas Bertone mission (if        |
|                        | applicable))                                       |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Rewards gained by the end of the mission - These   |
|                        | are mostly rewards that have an effect in the      |
|                        | Freeride game mode. For example, the unlocking of  |
|                        | countryside-night as a playable Freeride level.    |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission # 0
***********************************************************************[10-TUT]
******************************* T U T O R I A L *******************************
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|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | This mission is an optional tutorial which will attempt  | 
|                  | to familiarize you with the basics of "Mafia." This is   |
|                  | recommended for people who haven't played the game       |
|                  | before, and is practically required if you've never      |
|                  | played a "shooter" at all. The tutorial is very simple   |
|                  | and not very time-consuming to complete. However, it     |
|                  | should give you a fairly good sense of the many aspects  |
|                  | and features of the game, as well as how to utilize them |
|                  | to complete the missions you are given. Also, this       |
|                  | tutorial is a very objective-rich mission, with a total  |
|                  | of 23 goals to complete. For comparison, most regular    |
|                  | missions have fewer than ten.                            |
|                  | Finally, you will notice that I've made the tutorial     |
|                  | walkthrough rather long. For players unfamiliar with     |
|                  | games like Mafia, the tutorial is a great place to       |
|                  | start. But for those who have never even played a        |
|                  | videogame before, even the tutorial may need some        |
|                  | supplementary explanations.                              |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A target range target, with accuracy rings from 1-8 (1-3 |
|                  | white, 4-8 black), and a colt 1911 lying beneath it      |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | N/A                                                      |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy (new)                                              |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | One:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (100 health) In the first area, a health cabinet can  |
|                  | be found on the wall at the back of the stage.           |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

As you begin the mission, you will appear in a small corridor. Almost 
immediately, you'll hear a voice begin to give you instructions. This voice 
will be your guide through the tutorial.

Instructor: Okay, kid, here's where you're gonna learn what it takes to be 
a real Mafioso. Every wise guy has a compass in his head, telling him which 
way and where to go. So follow your inner compass and go to the stage with 
the table on it.

Your compass, in the upper left-hand corner of the screen, will now begin to 
flash, showing you which way to go. In addition, a new objective will pop up 
in front of you. Also, a message should come up in the bottom left part of the 
screen, saying "to look at your tasks, press OBJECTIVES (default: F1 key)." 
This is a good thing to remember. At any point throughout the game, you can 
press F1 to review what your objectives are.

New Objective (A): Go to the stage in the direction indicated by the compass. 
Press forwards, backwards, left and right to move (default: cursor keys). Use 
the mouse to turn around and look at your surroundings.

Instructor: Are you sure you're not being followed?

After acclimatizing yourself to your surroundings, feel free to walk or run 
around, experimenting with the controls. For a complete list of controls, look 
under the options-controls screen, or in the "Default Control Setup" section of 
this guide. When you're ready, walk or run forward and then left through the 
archway. You will find yourself in a large, open room. You should see a number 
of wooden pillars around you, and a table with some cans in front of you. 
Explore the room if you wish, but eventually make your way to the stage at the 
far end. Once you reach the stage, the guide's voice will again speak to you. 
You will also get a new objective.

Instructor: Alright, now climb up on the stage. Be careful not to rip your 
suit.

New Objective (B): Stand in front of the stage and press JUMP (Default: 0 on 
numpad)

Depending on how your controls are set up, it would be much easier just to use 
the "E" key, but whatever, it's your choice. Anyway, climb up on the stage in 
this manner. Remember, if you're not next to anything, Tommy will just jump 
forward. However, if you're next to an object, he will climb it (if he can). 
Once on the stage, you will get a new objective, and more instructions from the 
instructor.

Instructor: Well, you got yourself dirty climbing up here anyway, so you 
may as well practice a side roll. You're no good to the Don if you get 
shot.

New Objective (C): Crouch down by holding CROUCH and press the LEFT or RIGHT 
button twice (default: Right CTRL and cursor keys)

Like your objective states, after crouching down, quickly double tap either to 
the left or to the right. Tommy will then perform a side roll. This is a very 
useful evasive maneuver, and can save your life throughout the game. After 
completing your side roll, you will get a new objective, a small talk from the 
guide, and then another objective.

New Objective (D): Move to the table

Instructor: Now go to the table. When you're next to the table, the 
exclamation mark will appear in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. 
It's the action button. The action button symbol indicates that you can 
perform an action or interact with the environment. Here you can take the 
guns from the table. Go on, do it.

New Objective (E): Collect the guns by pressing the ACTION BUTTON (Default: 
Right mouse button)

Like the guide said, move towards the table. On top of it, you will see two 
pistols: a Colt 1911 and a Colt Detective Special. Also, like the guide said, 
you will see an exclamation mark in the lower left-hand corner of the screen. 
When you right click, you will pick up one of the guns. Take note however, 
that if you're in a position where you could take both guns, a small screen 
will pop up asking you which one you'd like to pick up. If this is the case, 
either click on one, or hit the corresponding number key to pick up that 
weapon. Then simply right click again to pick up the other. Once you have both 
weapons in your possession, you will get another message.

Instructor: You can perform one more action on the stage. See what you can 
find. If you're not sure what you should be doing, you can review your 
objectives.

Basically there's one more interaction that you can perform on the stage by 
using the action button (right-click by default). Remember that you can check 
if an object has a performable action by seeing if the small exclamation mark 
appears when you stand nearby. Go ahead and search for the action. It's really 
not that hard. If you're unable to find it after a while, the guide will 
suggest that you review your objectives.
 
If you do this (by pressing F1), you will see a new objective that tells you 
what to do.

New Objective (F): Speak into the microphone by using the action button.

Once you use the action button next to the microphone, Tommy will speak, and 
then you'll get a new objective and another message from the guide.

Tommy: Hello? Is there anyone home?

Instructor: Stop making a fool of yourself. It's time to get on with more 
serious business. Choose a weapon from your inventory.

New Objective (G): Open the INVENTORY and select a weapon (Default: I)

Like the objective says, use the I key (unless you changed your controls), to 
open your inventory. Choose either the Colt 1911 or Colt Detective Special by 
clicking on one of them. You will then get a new message and objective.

Instructor: Let's see how you can handle a gun. Shoot the cans off of the 
table.

New Objective (H): Shoot the cans by pressing FIRE (Default: Left mouse 
button)

With your gun equipped, you will notice a crosshair in the center of your 
screen. This reticule can be customized from the options menu to be a point, 
a crosshair, or a point and a crosshair. Assuming you have any of 
those options chosen, there should be some sort of a white object in the 
center of your screen. That is where Tommy will be aiming when you fire your 
weapon. Of course, he isn't an expert marksman, so his shots won't hit 
perfectly every time. 

Anyway, as you've been instructed to do, shoot the cans. If you're standing, 
you have to left click once to raise your weapon, and again to fire. If you're 
crouching, your weapon is already raised. Fire off your pistol at the cans. You 
can chose to fire rapidly and inaccurately, wasting much of your ammo, or 
slowly and precisely (or rapidly and precisely, if you're a good shot). You can 
fire from the stage, or from point blank; it really doesn't matter. The point 
is that you're getting practice firing a weapon. Anyway, after shooting all 
seven of the cans, the instructor will give you another tip, this time about 
reloading.

Instructor: Always remember to reload, just in case you get into trouble. 
But remember, when you throw away a magazine or empty a chamber that isn't 
completely empty, you will lose the unused rounds.

New Objective (I): Reload your gun by pressing RELOAD (Default: L)

Do exactly as you're told: reload your gun. Note that the objective is only 
completed if you perform a manual reload. For reference, a manual reload is 
when you press the "reload" key, whereas an automatic reload occurs when you 
expend all the ammunition from a clip and continue to pull the trigger.

Instructor: You should also be prepared to switch weapons as quickly as 
possible.

New Objective (J): Cycle through your weaponry by using CYCLE UP and CYCLE 
DOWN (Default: Mouse wheel)

Before you even have time to practice cycling through your weapons, you'll 
have to hide them.

Instructor: Just because you are a part of the Mafia doesn't mean that you 
can walk around waving a gun. The police will arrest you if they see you 
carrying a gun. Hide your weapon now.

New Objective (K): Hide the gun by pressing HIDE (Default: H)

Once you hide your weapon, you will see a message that says "empty hands." This 
means that your weapon has been successfully hidden, as Tommy's hands are 
empty. Next, the guide will instruct you again.

Instructor: Now take the baseball bat from the table.

New Objective (L): Pick up the baseball bat from the table.

Take a wild guess as to what you're supposed to do...That's right, pick up the 
bat from the table. Return to the stage, and on the table where the Colt 1911 
and Colt Detective Special were, there is now a baseball bat. Use the action 
button to pick it up. The instructor will give you another tip and objective.

Instructor: You can't carry and hide all of the weapons under your coat. If 
you have a large weapon like a shotgun hidden but are also carrying another 
one and you spot a policeman, you're just gonna have to throw it away to 
avoid attention.

New Objective (M): Drop the weapon you're holding by pressing DROP WEAPON 
(Default: Backspace)

As soon as you drop it, get ready to pick it right back up again.

Instructor: Okay. You're gonna need that bat, so pick it up again.

New Objective (N): Pick up the baseball bat.

Instructor: The police won't give you any trouble if you are carrying a 
bat, even if you might use it to, ehm, say, knock someone out. See that guy 
over there? Walk up behind him and knock him out cold, as hard as you can.

New Objective (O): When you hold down the FIRE button, a progress bar will 
appear. When the bar is full, you can stun people if you hit them from behind. 
Stun that guy over there.

You will notice that there is now a man standing behind the table where you 
shot the cans earlier. Run up to him. Don't worry, he has no AI programmed, and 
will not attack, or even see you. You can bash him in the face all you want, 
but that's not what you've been instructed to do. Instead, circle around behind 
him, charge up your swing all the way, and hit him in the back to complete the 
objective.

Instructor: Oh-ho! That's gotta hurt! Now, to get around the city you're 
gonna need to know how to drive. Walk over to that car.

New Objective (P): Follow the compass and walk to the car parked outside.

From the angle you're standing when you knocked out that man, you should turn 
almost 180 degrees around. Follow your compass, like the objective said. 
Return to the small hallway where you began the tutorial. Now, when you 
approach the door, you should see the action icon appear. Use the right mouse 
button to open the door and head outside. Walk towards the car to your left, 
marked "Lost Heaven Taxi." For reference, this vehicle is called a Falconer 
Yellowcar. Ignore the two men talking nearby and walk up to the Falconer. The 
guide will tell you how to steal it.

Instructor: You are able to steal any car that you come across, but only if 
you've been shown how to get into it. Try to pick the lock on the car door.

New Objective (Q): Press and hold the ACTION BUTTON. A progress bar will be 
displayed. When it is full, the car is yours. Get into the car.

You will also notice that a message popped up in the bottom left of the 
screen, saying "You've learnt how to steal a Falconer." From now on (meaning 
only for the rest of the tutorial), you will be able to pick the locks of any 
Falconer that you see in the city. 

Anyway, go up to the driver's-side door and hold the action button. While the 
progress bar is filling up, you can move the camera around to look for people 
who might see you stealing the car. Once you've picked the lock, the guide will 
give you another message.

Instructor: Make sure that the police don't spot you when breaking into 
cars. Now get in the car.

Right click when next to the driver-side door to enter the car. When you get 
in, you should see new icons on the screen. There should be radar, a 
speedometer, rpm gauge, and a few others. If no new icons appeared on the 
screen, you probably got in the back seat by accident. If this is the case, 
press the action button to exit the car, then move to the driver's door and 
press it one more time. 

Once you get in the driver's seat, the name of the car will appear in the 
bottom left hand corner of the screen: Falconer Yellowcar. In general, the name 
of whatever car you enter will be displayed here for a few seconds after you 
get in it. Now you will get a speech from the guide and a new objective as 
well.

Instructor: When you get in a car a radar will be displayed next to the 
compass. It shows other vehicles that are in your surrounding area and it 
will also display your destination when you are close enough. Drive to the 
place indicated.

New Objective (R): Drive towards the location indicated.
Use the following keys to drive cars (default controls)
Accelerate: Cursor key up
Brake and Reverse: Cursor key down
Steer Left: Cursor key left
Steer Right: Cursor key right
Handbrake: Spacebar
To change the transmission from automatic to manual, press MANUAL/AUTOMATIC 
GEARING (Default: M key)
Press GEAR UP and GEAR DOWN to change gears (Default: A and Z)

Inside the car, press "accelerate" to turn on the ignition. Wait a second 
(remember, these are cars from the 1930s, they're not exactly hotrods), and 
then drive forward. Follow your compass, and head down the hill to your left. 
You don't even have to accelerate down the hill, as it is quite steep. It's 
your choice whether you want to run over pedestrians who are walking across 
the street, but I'd really recommend slowing down, because you don't want to 
crash into the traffic going the other way. 

At the bottom of the hill, turn right, and head down that street. Try to get a 
basic feel for how the Falconer handles as you follow your compass and continue 
straight. When you get close to your objective, you will notice a red "X" on 
your radar. Drive directly to this "X." The guide will then give you a tip 
about the speed limiter.

Instructor: Okay. Every car has a speed limiter. When used, it will allow 
you to drive at the maximum speed limit allowed and not go over it. Use 
this to avoid worrying about being stopped by the police for exceeding the 
speed limit. The police will appear as blue cars on the radar. Turn on the 
limiter and drive in the direction indicated by the compass.

New Objective (S): Turn on the speed limiter by pressing the SPEED LIMIT key 
(Default: F5). Drive in the direction indicated by the compass.

Like the guide and objective both say, turn on your speed limiter by pressing 
F5 (by default), and then continue following the road and your compass. Keep 
going the way you were before you reached your previous objective. Follow the 
road to the left when it curves, and then continue straight. You should see the 
red "X" on your radar, but keep going straight. Up ahead, you will see an 
entrance to the area on your right. Turn into it, and then drive to the red 
"X". When you reach it, the guide will tell you how to drive and shoot 
simultaneously.

Instructor: Even when you are driving you may have to defend yourself. You 
can shoot from a car while driving but can only use handguns. Choose a Colt 
and try it.

New Objective (T): After selecting a gun, press the FIRE button to draw your 
gun. You can now look around and shoot out of the driver's side of the car. 
Shoot from the window.

Go into your inventory and equip either of your guns. I hope you didn't waste 
ALL the ammo shooting at the cans. Press fire once to roll down your window 
and stick the gun out. You can then move your arm around (and with it, the 
camera). 

Practice firing at objects, such as the barrels lying around, both from a 
stopped and from a moving position. Take note that Tommy's accuracy when 
shooting from a car window is significantly worse than when he's on foot, 
even if the car is stopped.

After firing a few rounds from the car window, you'll get a new objective, a 
message from the guide, and yet another objective.

New Objective (U): Press the ACTION BUTTON to switch back to the car

Instructor: If someone steps into the road in front of you, you should warn 
them by sounding the car horn.

New Objective (V): Sound the horn by pressing the HORN key (Default: K)

After you sound the horn a few times, the guide will return to give you a very 
lengthy talk about the police and wanted levels. If you want more information 
on this, I suggest that you read the appropriate section ("The Police") in this 
guide.

Instructor: Now listen up. In our line of work you don't want to draw 
attention to yourself, so be aware of the police patrolling the city. If 
you commit a minor offense, a symbol of a fine will be displayed. Simply 
stop and pay the fine, and then you can be on your way. When you are 
spotted committing a serious offense, a handcuff symbol will be displayed. 
You can try to evade the police, but if they catch you, you will be 
arrested. Lastly, always keep your weapons hidden when out in the city. 
If the police detect shots being fired, a symbol of a gun will be 
displayed. You will now be wanted by all of the police in the area and they 
will return fire. How you're gonna get out of that situation is up to you. 
That's it. From now on, it's down to you to see what you make out of 
yourself.

New Objective (W): Enter the door that's indicated on the radar to exit 
tutorial.

The tutorial is now officially over. If you want, you can still drive around, 
shoot things, and so on. Maybe you want to try jumping over those ramps with 
your Falconer; maybe you want to shoot some random pedestrians. Whatever your 
choice, you are free to mess around for as long as you want. When you're ready 
to stop, just follow the compass. From where the tutorial officially ended, 
head back out of the entrance to the small area with ramps and barrels, and 
turn right. Follow the road as it turns to the left. You should be able to see 
the red "X" on your radar. Stop your car and get out. You should see a brown 
door directly to the left of a yellowish building on the right side of the 
street. Press the action button when next to the door to end the tutorial.

MISSION COMPLETE
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   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (23) | (A) Go to the stage in the direction indicated by  |
|                        | the compass. Press forwards, backwards, left and   |
|                        | right to move (default: cursor keys). Use the      |
|                        | mouse to turn around and look at your              |
|                        | surroundings.                                      |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Stand in front of the stage and press JUMP     |
|                        | (Default: 0 on numpad)                             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Crouch down by holding CROUCH and press the    |
|                        | LEFT or RIGHT button twice (default: Right CTRL    |
|                        | and cursor keys)                                   |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Move to the table                              |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Collect the guns by pressing the ACTION BUTTON |
|                        | (Default: Right mouse button)                      |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Speak into the microphone by using the action  |
|                        | button                                             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (G) Open the INVENTORY and select a weapon         |
|                        | (Default: I)                                       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (H) Shoot the cans by pressing FIRE (Default: Left |
|                        | mouse button)                                      |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (I) Reload your gun by pressing RELOAD             |
|                        | (Default: L)                                       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (J) Cycle through your weaponry by using CYCLE UP  |
|                        | and CYCLE DOWN (Default: Mouse wheel)              |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (K) Hide the gun by pressing HIDE (Default: H)     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (L) Pick up the baseball bat from the table.       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (M) Drop the weapon you're holding by pressing     |
|                        | DROP WEAPON (Default: Backspace)                   |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (N) Pick up the baseball bat.                      |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (O) When you hold down the FIRE button, a          |
|                        | progress bar will appear. When the bar is full,    |
|                        | you can stun people if you hit them from behind.   |
|                        | Stun that guy over there.                          |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (P) Follow the compass and walk to the car parked  |
|                        | outside.                                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (Q) Press and hold the ACTION BUTTON. A progress   |
|                        | bar will be displayed. When it is full, the car is |
|                        | yours. Get into the car.                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (R) Drive towards the location indicated. Use the  |
|                        | following keys to drive cars (default controls)    |
|                        | Accelerate: Cursor key up                          |
|                        | Brake and Reverse: Cursor key down                 |
|                        | Steer Left: Cursor key left                        |
|                        | Steer Right: Cursor key right                      |
|                        | Handbrake: Spacebar                                |
|                        | To change the transmission from automatic to       |
|                        | manual, press MANUAL/AUTOMATIC GEARING             |
|                        | (Default: M key)                                   |
|                        | Press GEAR UP and GEAR DOWN to change gears        |
|                        | (Default: A and Z)                                 |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (S) Turn on the speed limiter by pressing the      |
|                        | SPEED LIMIT key (Default: F5). Drive in the        |
|                        | direction indicated by the compass.                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (T) After selecting a gun, press the FIRE button   |
|                        | to draw your gun. You can now look around and      |
|                        | shoot out of the driver's side of the car. Shoot   |
|                        | from the window.                                   |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (U) Press the ACTION BUTTON to switch back to the  |
|                        | car                                                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (V) Sound the horn by pressing the HORN key        |
|                        | (Default: K)                                       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (W) Enter the door that's indicated on the radar   |
|                        | to exit tutorial.                                  |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | There is a health cabinet on the stage that you    |
|                        | can also use, but it doesn't count as the object   |
|                        | that you're supposed to "use" (that's the          |
|                        | microphone). However, if you're hurt at some point |
|                        | in the tutorial, and you'd like to heal yourself,  |
|                        | you can return to this health cabinet.             |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | N/A - No garage yet                                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
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[Cinematic] 

GATHERING OF DEVELOPERS PRESENTS

A GAME BY ILLUSION SOFTWORKS

Now we that are strong ought to
bear the infirmities of the weak
and not to please ourselves

                   Romans 15:1

(The camera pans from the ocean, up a cliffside, along roads, into the city of 
Lost Heaven, and all around (throughout most of these credits). Eventually, it 
goes to the Giuliano passenger train station, where it follows Tommy getting 
off the passenger train and walking to a nearby cafe.)

Mike Sorvino

William Demeo

George Dicenzo

Matt Sevitto

Dan Grimaldy

David O'Brian

Jeff Gurner

John Tormey

MAFIA

development director
Petr Vochozka

producer
Lukas Kure

lead programmer
Dan Dolezel

ls3d engine director
Denis Cerny

programming
Daniel Capek
Vaclav Kral
Martin Brandstatter
Jiri Pop

ls3 engine team
Radek Sevcik
Tomas Blaho
Pavel Dlouhy
David Levinsky

character design
Roman Hladik

3D artists
David Semik
Pavel Tretera
Tomas Hrebicek

3D artists
Michal Mach
Milan Saffek
Pavel Prochazka

2D artists
Pavel Cizek
Roman Hladik
Jan Straka
Milan Saffek

director of photography
Tomas Hrebicek

animations and cutscenes
Michal Mach
Patrik Marik
Zbynek Travnicky
Stepan Prokop

sound engineers
Michal Chovanec
Petr Klimunda
Jan Absolin

music
Vladimir Simunek

level design
David Semik
Pavel Tretera
Pavel Brzak
Lukas Kure

art director
Pavel Cizek

written and directed by
Daniel Vavra

[End of cinematic]

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[Cinematic]

Tommy: Detective Norman? Can I join you?

(He hangs his coat and hat at the rack and sits down.)

Tommy: Sorry for the delay, but I didn't want anybody seein' me. If you 
know what I mean.

(A waitress comes to the table.)

Waitress: What can I get you, sir?

Tommy: Just a coffee.

Waitress: Coming right up.

(She leaves.)

Norman: It's not my habit to sit with people like you.

Tommy: Got a business proposition for you, detective.

Norman: I ain't no businessman, and even if I were, I wouldn't be doing 
business with the likes of you.

Tommy: I don't usually do business with your kind either. But this is a bit 
of a strange deal. Good for you and your superiors, and good for me. It 
concerns a certain kind of trade.

Norman: Trade?

Tommy: Well, let's just say that I hold a high position in a not so legal 
organization. It's just the kind of organization people such as yourself 
would like to know a lot about. And I, on the other hand, for certain 
reasons don't want...

(The waitress brings Tommy's coffee.)

Waitress: Your coffee, sir.

Tommy: Thanks.

Tommy: I have my own personal reasons why I don't want to be associated 
with this organization. It ain't too easy to leave this kind of business. 
If you know what I mean...

Norman: I think I know where you're coming from. You'll get a bullet in 
your head, if you don't disappear quickly, right?

Tommy: That's not the only reason. Got any kids, detective? I've got a wife 
and daughter. I don't want them to have any problems because of me.

Norman: Yeah? Well, I ain't just gonna hand out protection to any wop 
crook. You should've thought about them kids before, 'cos I...

Tommy: Sure, sure... Listen, I don't want something for nothing, so here's 
the deal: Does the name Salieri mean anything to you?

Norman: Salieri?! It damn well does. You got something in common with him?

Tommy: You could say that. I've worked for him for several years. Now he 
wants to rub me out. If you protect my family and me I'll tell you 
everything. Names, dates, accounts, everything. Enough to put him away for 
life.

Norman: I ain't Santa Claus. If I go to the chief with this I need to know 
everything you know, and I have to be sure you'll testify in court.

Tommy: Sure. If you ain't in a hurry I'll tell you my whole story, and all 
the deals I worked on over the years.

Norman: Okay, I've got time and I'm listening...

[End of cinematic]

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  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
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/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | This mission depicts Tommy's first interaction with the  |
|                  | Mafia, which is less than pleasant. After the initial    |
|                  | cinematic, you'll have to evade hostile gangsters who    |
|                  | want nothing more than to kill you and your passengers.  |
|                  | This provides a very action-packed beginning to the      |
|                  | game.                                                    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | An blood-splattered envelope full of money laying on top |
|                  | of a $100 bill                                           |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1930, Autumn                                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie (new)                                             |
|                  | Sam (new)                                                |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | One:                                                     |
|                  | 01 An Offer You Can't Refuse                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

Autumn 1930

(Tommy is seen getting out of his taxi at a street corner.)

Tommy: (narrating) I used to be a taxi driver. Even though I wasn't making 
much and I worked from dawn to dusk, I was glad to be working.

(The camera switches to a chase between two cars in a tunnel. The occupants 
of the cars are shooting at each other. It is apparently a mafia shootout. 
The view switches back to Tommy, who lights a cigarette by his taxi.)

Tommy: (narr.) It was a bad time and some other people were worse off than 
me.

(The camera shows another cinematic view of the chase and then returns to 
Tommy.)

Tommy: (narr.) It was that very taxi that drew Salieri's people to me in 
the first place. One day I was on my break and I was just hanging out. 
Suddenly I heard a tremendous crash...

(A massive crash is heard and then a gangster wielding a pistol appears at 
the corner of the street. Another gangster shouts at him from behind.)

Gangster: Sam! They got me, dammit...

Sam: Climb up and move... There's a taxi, we'll be okay...

(The gangster named Sam points his gun at Tommy, who drops his cigarette 
from his hand in surprise.)

Tommy: (narr.) It was clear to me that these guys had to get out of there 
fast, so I thought it was best to cooperate, rather than ending up with a 
hole in my head.

(The other gangster emerges from the corner. Sam grabs Tommy and drags him 
towards the taxi.)

Sam: Move it... come on...

(They get into the car along with the other gangster, who points his gun at 
Tommy's face.)

Tommy: Where to?

Gangster: Anywhere! Fast... and I hope you're damn fast... faster than Sam 
here was...

Tommy: (narr.) I burned rubber outta there like a bat outta hell. It didn't 
matter where, just away from those gentlemen who were chasing my new 
customers.

[End of cinematic]

Game saved: 01 An Offer You Can't Refuse

New Objective (A): Lose the tail

Gangster: Now listen carefully. We gotta shake those clowns behind us. If you 
don't do it then we're done for, and that includes you! Step on it kid!

As Paulie instructs you, the main objective here is to evade your pursuers. As 
the mission begins, you will have 100 health, and so will Sam. Paulie (who was 
seen limping in the opening cinematic) only has 79 health. However, since you 
will each be injured about the same amount from collisions, you should act as 
though you all have only 79 health. Remember that you will fail the mission if 
Tommy, Paulie, or Sam dies, or if you get out of the taxi and desert them. 
First let's analyze how the gangsters will attack you.

The gangsters have two main methods of dealing damage to you or the other men 
in your taxi: ramming and shooting. Firstly, they will try to ram into your 
car and/or push it into an object such as a wall, pole, or another vehicle. 
This will do minimal damage to all members of your car, but can do serious 
damage to the car itself. The second method of hurting you is the most obvious:
shooting. Throughout the mission, these gangsters will be firing at you almost 
nonstop. Although they're not too accurate, every once in a while they do get a 
lucky shot which deals out some serious damage. The most important thing for 
you to do is to avoid letting them pull up alongside you. If this happens, the 
passenger in their car will fire repeatedly into either you or Paulie, and can 
kill you in a matter of seconds with their rapid and powerful gunfire.

The best way to evade these gangsters, and to complete your objective is to 
get them in a situation from which they cannot easily escape, thereby allowing 
you to drive away. Once you're a reasonable distance from them, your objective 
will be completed. A good technique for shaking them off involves their 
strategy of running you off the road. You will notice that they often try to 
pull alongside of you, usually to the left. Even if you cannot see their car, 
you should be able to see that on the radar, their rectangle is slightly to the 
left of yours. Once they're close to pulling alongside you, set your aim for 
one of the many light poles you see scattered around. Squeeze your car as close 
as you can to the right of the pole so that your pursuers plow directly into 
it. If you can't see or reach one of these poles in time, this technique can 
also be used with other cars on the road. Even more effective are the large 
trolley cars moving about the city (marked as yellow rectangles on your radar). 
Basically, use anything you can find on the street to take out your pursuers.

Anyway, after colliding into the pole/car/object, you can try to race off, 
leaving the gangsters in the dust, and hope that they won't recover fast enough 
to catch you. Another option is to turn around and drive off in the opposite 
direction. Using that strategy, not only will the enemies have to back up from 
the street pole, but they will then have to turn completely around, and THEN 
catch up with you. You can also try this 180-degree technique even if you 
haven't caused them to collide with a pole, though it won't work as well. 

In any case, try to get the enemies stopped dead in a position where it will 
take them a long time to dislodge themselves, and then try to distance yourself 
as much as possible. Turn as often as you can and take every side-street and 
alleyway. If you just drive straight, they'll have a much better chance of 
catching up. Lastly, if your foes manage to flip themselves over, you'll have a 
very easy time, as they will be unable to pursue you at all. With these 
strategies (and a little bit of luck), you should be able to successfully lose 
the tail. 

Gangster: Great! We've made it!

Gangster: Good work brother! Now take us to Salieri's Bar. I'll show you the 
way.

New Objective (B): Get the gangsters to the Salieri Bar.

You now will have a destination on your compass: Salieri's Bar. Also, you will 
see a stopwatch in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Don't be worried, 
though. You have more than enough time to reach the bar. Take note that when 
you begin the mission, you are smack in the middle of Hoboken, and Salieri's 
Bar is near the middle of Little Italy. Looking at a map, you can see that 
these two places are pretty far apart from one another. In the tutorial, you 
could simply follow your compass straight to your objective, but here, doing 
that will probably just lead you to the water. Remember that your compass only 
gives you the direction to your target as the crow flies; it doesn't give you 
an exact route. If you're up against the edge of the island but your compass is 
still pointing west across the river, you'd better find a bridge. 

I would seriously advise using either the map that came packaged with the game 
or the in-game map (Default: Tab Key). Depending on where you ended up after 
ditching the gangsters, you may have to change which routes you're going to 
use. Take a look at your map. You'll see that you'll first have to take either 
the East Marshall or Giuliano bridges to get to Central Island. Once on Central 
Island, you'll have to take either the West Marshall Bridge or Giuliano Street 
Tunnel to get to Little Italy (if you take the West Marshall bridge, you'll 
have to drive North to reach Little Italy from the Works Quarter). 

A note about the drive back: The Falconer (taxi) that you drive in this 
mission is extremely prone to getting a damaged engine from head on collisions. 
If you ran into anything during the chase, it's possible that you took engine 
damage. Once you complete the first objective, check your gas gauge. It is 
located in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, below your speedometer. 
Normally, your gas is used up at a glacially slow pace. But if you can actually 
see the meter moving, you've ruptured your engine, and it's now leaking gas. If 
you run out before you reach the bar, you'll be stuck. But if you leave your 
taxi, you'll fail the mission for deserting Paulie and Sam. So what do you do 
if this occurs? Well, your best bet is just to make the trip back as if nothing 
were wrong. Unless you're leaking gas at an absurdly fast rate, you can 
probably reach the bar before your car stalls. If it's making you too nervous, 
you can stop at a gas station on the way (they're marked on the map). But 
honestly, I wouldn't worry about it. Still, it is possible that you may have to 
retry the mission because of a leak, so you should at least be aware of this 
risk.

Anyway, by whatever means, get yourself to Little Italy, then follow your map 
and compass to reach Salieri's Bar. It will be marked with a red "X" on your 
radar and a large blue "X" on your map. Once you get to the bar, the final 
cinematic will play.

[Cinematic]
 
Gangster: Finally, we're home.

(Tommy stops the car. Two guards are seen standing by the entrance to the 
bar.)

Gangster: Wait here, friend, Sam will get a little something from Mr. 
Salieri.

(The two men get out of the car.)

Gangster: Thanks for your help.

(They enter the bar. Tommy waits inside the car, while the two guards eye 
him suspiciously. He grows visibly nervous. Then Sam walks out of the bar 
and approaches him slowly. Tommy tries to start the car in fear when he 
begins to pull something out of his coat, thinking it is a gun. However, it 
is an envelope and Sam hands it to him.)

Sam: Mr. Salieri would like to thank you as well as myself and Paulie. It's 
compensation for the damage to your car and your services. It should be 
enough.

Tommy: Yes, of course, thanks. Give my regards to Mr. Salieri.

Sam: Mr. Salieri wants you to know that he is very grateful to you. If you 
ever need anything you can come back and ask for help, because Mr. Salieri 
doesn't forget about friends who have helped him out. If you're interested 
maybe we could find a job for you here and it would pay well. We always 
have positions for guys as good as you.

Tommy: Okay, okay... I'll think about it, thanks, really thanks... I'd 
better go... to fix the car and so on...

Sam: All right, I understand... Just think about it... And I hope it's 
clear that this matter is only between ourselves! Take care, kid.

Tommy: (narrating) When I opened the envelope, I almost had a heart attack.

(Tommy is seen sitting at a table in his home, the money given to him by 
Sam in front of him.)

Tommy: (narr.) There was more than it would cost to do the repairs. But I 
didn't for a minute think about their offer. I didn't want to join some 
criminals, even if they had all the money in the world. It's better to be 
poor and alive than rich and dead, right? I was gonna get my cab repaired 
and try to forget it all as soon as possible. As my mother always said: You 
can never predict what God has in store for you.

[End of cinematic]

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (2)  | (A) Lose the Tail                                  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Get the gangsters to the Salieri Bar           |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | The gas dilemma, as described above                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | N/A - No garage yet                                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Progression of story (i.e. no real rewards)        |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #2
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************************ T H E   R U N N I N G   M A N ************************
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  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
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/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | After his run-in with the mob in the previous mission,   |
|                  | Tommy greatly appreciated their financial contribution,  |
|                  | but didn't really want to get mixed up in that sort of   |
|                  | stuff. He decided to go back to his regular job of being |
|                  | a taxi driver, and hoped he could just leave the Mafia   |
|                  | out of his life. Little did he know what the future had  |
|                  | in store for him.                                        |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A wallet with a few $1 bills hanging loosely out of the  |
|                  | side                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1930                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie (cinematic only)                                  |
|                  | Sam (cinematic only)                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (cinematic only)(new)                              |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Six:                                                     |
|                  | 02-01 The Running Man-Taxi Rank                          |
|                  | 02-01 The Running Man-Passenger 2                        |
|                  | 02-01 The Running Man-Passenger 3                        |
|                  | 02-01 The Running Man-Passenger 4                        |
|                  | 02-01 The Running Man-Passenger 5                        |
|                  | 02-02 The Running Man-Coffee                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

As you begin the mission, Tommy is waiting in his taxi, hoping to pick up some 
passengers. A man steps up, gets in the taxi, and gives you a destination.

Customer: Hey, could you take me to the church downtown please?

Tommy: Okay, okay.

Game saved: 02-01 The Running Man-Taxi Rank

New Objective (A): Take your passenger to the Church Downtown

This first objective will give you a feel for what most of this mission 
is: boring. You have more than enough time to get all your passengers to 
their destinations, but if you mess up, you'll have to start over from 
where you first picked up your passenger. You will fail this mission if you 
desert your taxi, kill a pedestrian by (even accidentally) running them over, 
frighten your passenger, or kill your passenger or yourself. Basically, take 
things nice and cool, possibly with the speed limiter on, and just obey the 
basic traffic laws. The main point of this mission isn't to be action packed, 
it's to try to give you a feel for the city. By the end, you should be a 
little more comfortable in Lost Heaven, and should know your way around better 
than when you started.

Anyway, on to completing your first objective. You will notice that you start 
right outside the Municipal Building at the southern end of Central Island. 
Since you're trying to get to the church, you first need to get downtown. I'd 
advise going east over the East Marshall bridge. Remember that both the East 
and West Marshall Bridges are draw bridges. It's possible that they will be 
going up for a ship to pass. In this case, it's better to wait. Believe me, 
it's almost impossible to jump the bridge with a Falconer if it's fully raised. 
If you really wanted, I suppose you could go all the way up Central Island, 
over the Giuliano Bridge, and then back down through New Ark, but that would be 
a waste of time. Just go east a few blocks and over the East Marshall Bridge. 
After that, drive east a few more blocks and then head north until you reach 
the church. 

Customer: Okay, drop me off here at the steps.

Let your passenger out near the red "X" on your radar. 

Customer: Thanks, here's the fare.

(The man gets out of the car. Another customer approaches.)

Customer: Are you taken? I need to go to the hospital in New Ark.

Tommy: No Problem.

Game saved: 02-01 The Running Man-Passenger 2

New Objective (B): Take your passenger to the church in New Ark.

Since you are already downtown, your next destination really isn't that far 
away. The hospital is predominately north, and a little to the west. Just drive 
north into New Ark, and then continue going north as far as you can. 
Eventually, right next to the Terranova Bridge (which is closed for repairs), 
you'll arrive at the hospital.

Customer: Here it is, drop me off in front of the entrance.

Go ahead and drop off your passenger. 

Customer: Thanks, here's the fare.

A woman will come up and ask you to taxi her to a new location.

Customer: I'm lucky you're here! I need to get to the theater on Central 
Island! Take the Giuliano Bridge so that we can get there quickly.

Tommy: Whatever you want!

Game saved: 02-01 The Running Man-Passenger 3

New Objective (C): Take your passenger to the theatre on Central Island, by 
going across the Giuliano Bridge.

Again, this objective isn't that hard to complete. It's really meant to 
acclimatize you to the city, and make you more familiar with it. Make your way 
down to the Giuliano Bridge. Like a miniature version of the Golden Gate 
Bridge, it's large, red, and almost impossible to miss. You can either go down 
the straight streets a little to the east, or drive on the curvy road that is 
right on the waterfront. If you choose the latter, you'll have to either 
drive around the bridge, or up the small alley next to it. Whatever way you 
choose, find your way over there. Take the bridge across the East River to 
Central Island. Follow the ramp all the way down to the main street, then turn 
off and head for the theater. 

Customer: Here it is, drop me off here at the corner.

Drop your passenger off.

Customer: Here's the money, goodbye.

Wait a moment, and another person will come up and ask for a ride.

Customer: Good day. Could you take me to Hoboken, the Pompeii Bar?

Tommy: Sure thing, get in.

Game saved: 02-01 The Running Man-Passenger 4

New Objective (D): Take your passenger to the Pompeii Bar in Hoboken

Turn right around and get back on the Giuliano Bridge that you just took to 
get over here. Using this route, return to New Ark. Keep following the road 
straight, then take a left, and then a right down the hill. Near the eastern 
part of Hoboken, turn right and make your way to the bar. 

Customer: We're here, drop me off at the entrance please.

Park along the sidewalk here and let out your passenger.

Customer: There you go, keep the change.

After a short while, another person will come up to you, asking for a ride. 
Don't worry, you're almost done with this rather dull and uninteresting part of 
the mission.

Customer: I need to get to the department store car lot in Little Italy, 
can you take me there?

Tommy: No problem, get in.
 
Customer: Go across the Giuliano Bridge and then through the tunnel. It's 
the shortest way.

Game saved: 02-01 The Running Man-Passenger 5

New Objective (E): Take your passenger to the department store car lot in 
Little Italy, by going across the Giuliano Bridge and then through the tunnel.

Clearly, your first order of business is to get to the Giuliano Bridge. Your 
passenger intends for you to head south and then to take the road into 
Downtown. However, it's actually faster to use the long road that serves as the 
northern border of Hoboken. From Bar Pompeii, head directly forward (north), 
through the alleyway and then turn left onto this main street. Make sure that 
you're going relatively fast; otherwise the Falconer might not be able to make 
it up the hill (Have you figured out that it's a crappy car yet?). At the top 
of the hill, your passenger should make a remark asking you if you even know 
where the bridge is. From here, make your way to the Giuliano Bridge. The 
alternative is to go south, then head into Downtown, continue north into New 
Ark, and then finally over the bridge.

Once you get onto Central Island, slow down and turn almost completely around 
so that you can take the road to the Giuliano Street Tunnel. To clarify, the 
Giuliano Bridge and Tunnel make a Y-Intersection with the main street on 
Central Island. When you're coming from New Ark, you're on the right "/" of the 
"Y." When you reach the "|" you want to turn around and take the "\". Hopefully 
that made some sort of sense. Anyway, take the tunnel over to Little Italy. 
Assuming you haven't knocked them off by crashing into something, your 
headlights will automatically turn on when you enter the tunnel. Keep going 
west as far as you can, then turn south. Follow your compass/map to the 
department store. 

Passenger: "Here we are, drop me off at the car lot."

Customer: This should cover it, keep the change.

Tommy: And I need a coffee break.

New Loading Screen: A Baseball bat. Really, that's it.

Game saved: 02-02 The Running Man-Coffee Break

[Cinematic]

Tommy: (narrating) I had a cup of coffee and relaxed in the car while I was 
waiting to see if I could get another customer.

(Tommy is seen inspecting the front left tire of his taxi.)

Tommy: (narr.) I noticed I wasn't far from Salieri's Bar...

(Tommy gets back into the car. Then, suddenly, the windshield is hit by a 
baseball bat.)

Tommy: JESUS!

(A gangster opens the door and grabs Tommy by the arm.)

Gangster: We got you, you little rat!

(He pulls Tommy out of the car.)

Gangster: Mr. Morello is pretty angry with you. We're gonna have to teach 
you a little lesson, so you remember that it ain't right.

(A second gangster starts smashing Tommy's taxi with his baseball bat.)

Tommy: (narr.) Those bastards remembered the license plate of my car and 
took it on themselves to hunt me down...

Gangster: Louie here'll fix your face a little...

(Just as the second gangster is about to hit him with the bat, Tommy pushes 
them and starts running away.)

Gangster: Finish him off! Don't waste any more time on him!

(The gangsters start shooting at Tommy as he runs.)

[End of cinematic]

Gangster: Finish him off! Don't waste any more time on him!

Tommy: (narr.) It was clear to me that I had to get outta there fast. I 
couldn't handle that animal on my own. I said to myself that now was 
probably the right moment for Mr. Salieri to show his gratitude. Salieri's 
Bar was just down the street and the sight of it was certainly a lot nicer 
than a baseball bat to my head.

New Objective (F): Escape to the Salieri Bar. Take cover in the back alleys

Even though the gangsters were using melee weapons in the cinematic, one of 
them will now draw an S&W Model 10 M&P and begin firing at you (the other 
gangster will continue to wield his baseball bat). I will give you a step-by-
step guide of how to get to the bar, but there are some basic strategies 
that you can use to minimize the damage you take on the way there. In general, 
you should always be moving, never stopped. When running forward, also strafe 
to the right and to the left in a zigzag pattern to make yourself a difficult 
target. Finally, put whatever you can between yourself and the path of the 
bullets being fired at you. If you can get in front of a person, a wall, a car, 
or any object that can absorb the shots, do so. Now, here's how you go about 
escaping to the Salieri Bar.

As soon as you're in control of Tommy, head forward and follow the sidewalk. 
Try to put pedestrians behind you, as a buffer for the bullets being fired in 
your direction. Continue forward and you should see a large, floating green 
arrow pointing to the right. Turn right and continue running into the next 
alleyway. Run to the left and then forward through the small space between the 
fence and a shack. Keep strafing and running forward to avoid being hit. As you 
cross the street (be careful not to be run over), try to put a parked car 
between yourself and your pursuers. Keep following your compass onto the 
sidewalk. You should see another green arrow pointing to the right into an 
alleyway. Follow the arrow and turn right here. You should see a man talking to 
himself, and another man peeing in the corner.

Turn left here and keep running. Head up a staircase, still doing your best to 
avoid taking too much damage. Next, turn right into a more wide-open alley. 
Head left around the wall and down another flight of stairs. You should see a 
man on a balcony above you. Go forward and then right down more stairs. You 
should now be back on the street and see two men talking.

Turn left here, and follow the sidewalk some more. You should see another green 
arrow, this time pointing left into the alleyway. Run through here, trying to 
avoid as much damage as possible. Don't worry, you're almost there. Head to the 
left and through another passageway where you will find a woman standing 
around.

Turn left onto the sidewalk after going through this passageway. You should be 
able to see Salieri's Bar in the distance and across the street. It also has a 
large green arrow pointing down at it. Even though it may seem out of place, 
given that there are men shooting at you, look to make sure no cars are 
coming. Though rare, a few times when I've played this mission, I've been run 
over and killed when crossing the street only 50 feet from the bar. 

[Cinematic]

(Tommy goes across the street and finally reaches Salieri's Bar. The two 
gangsters arrive after him, look inside, hide their guns and enter the bar. 
A few seconds later gunshots are heard. Then the bartender opens the door, 
takes a look outside, and changes the "Open" sign to "Closed". Next, Tommy 
is seen sitting at the bar, having a drink with Salieri's men. Paulie, the 
gangster who was with Sam in his taxi is sitting next to him.)

Tommy: (narr.) Salieri's boys saved my skin that time, but I certainly 
wasn't in a good situation. I had paid off my debts for the car repairs, 
but my boss didn't want to employ anyone who's in the mob. It just wasn't 
good business. When I saw the fancy get-up of Salieri's boys, I thought 
that it can't be too bad to work for him. Besides, I had nothing to lose. 
Morello was out to get me, so driving a cab wasn't the best job. Plus, the 
prospect of Salieri's dough wasn't so terrible... So, like I always say: 
"Better to die young and loaded..."

(Salieri's men are seen putting the corpses of Morello's two gangsters into 
a truck in the backyard of the bar.)

[End of cinematic]

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (6)  | (A) Take your passenger to the Church Downtown     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Take your passenger to the church in New Ark   |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Take your passenger to the theatre on Central  |
|                        | Island, by going across the Giuliano Bridge        |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Take your passenger to the Pompeii Bar in      |
|                        | Hoboken                                            |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Take your passenger to the department store    |
|                        | car lot in Little Italy, by going across the       |
|                        | Giuliano Bridge and then through the tunnel        |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Escape to the Salieri Bar. Take cover in the   |
|                        | back alleys                                        |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | The routes for taxiing your passengers are fairly  |
|                        | loose, so you can certainly take an abnormal path  |
|                        | and still make it to your destination on time      |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | This mission is full of little details you might   |
|                        | not catch on your first time through. Check out    |
|                        | the "Easter Eggs" section for more information.    |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | N/A - No garage yet                                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #3
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    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
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/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | Tommy is introduced to, and joins La Cosa Nostra (the    |
|                  | Mafia) headed by Don Salieri. The Don decides to give    |
|                  | Tommy a test to see whether or not he's really cut out   |
|                  | for mob life. His task is to get retribution on the      |
|                  | gangsters who wrecked his taxi. Salieri instructs him to |
|                  | head over to Morello's bar in New Ark to smash up and    |
|                  | burn some cars. This is a pretty straight-forward        |
|                  | mission, but It's certainly more exciting than driving   |
|                  | people around all day.                                   |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A bottle partially filled with gasoline, and with a rag  |
|                  | hanging out of it - In other words, a picture of a       |
|                  | molotov cocktail                                         |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1930                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie                                                   |
|                  | Don Salieri (cinematic only)(new)                        |
|                  | Frank (cinematic only)(new)                              |
|                  | Ralph (cinematic only)(new)                              |
|                  | Vincenzo (cinematic only)(new)                           |
|                  | Sam (cinematic only)                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (cinematic only)                                   |
|                  | Sarah (cinematic only)(new)                              |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Three:                                                   |
|                  | 03-01 Molotov Party-Salieri Bar                          |
|                  | 03-02 Molotov Party-City                                 |
|                  | 03-03 Molotov Party-Morello's Bar                        |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

Game saved: 03-01 Molotov Party-Salieri Bar

[Cinematic]

(Tommy is sitting at a table with Don Salieri, Sam and Paulie in the 
backroom of the bar, this time dressed in a black suit like Sam and Paulie. 
A balding, middle-aged man wearing eyeglasses is standing next to Salieri.)

Salieri: Well, it looks like Morello is really trying to make me mad. But 
I'm a reasonable person. What do they call you, son?

Tommy: Thomas Angelo.

Salieri: I've decided to give you a shot, Tommy. I like new faces. We're 
one big family here. You already know Paulie and Sam. Frank here is my 
right hand and looks after the legal side of our business. The one behind 
the bar is Luigi. This business ain't easy to swallow, but Luigi's a 
wonderful cook. Paul will introduce you to Vincenzo and Ralph. There are a 
lot of us, but those should be enough for now.

Salieri: Now listen, and listen good, we have some rules around here: Don't 
cross paths with the cops. They're on our payroll, so they'll leave you 
alone, but if you go too far, they'll all come after you, money or no 
money... If they ever pick you up, say nothing and I will take care of you. 
I show my gratitude to those people that help me. And there aren't many 
left who betrayed me... Capisci?

Tommy: Yes, Mr. Salieri.

Salieri: I'm glad. Today I'll give you a chance to get back at those 
bastards who wrecked your taxi. We'll see what you're made of. Morello has 
a bar where all his gorillas go. They all have their cars parked behind the 
fence next to the bar. If you're good, they won't be there tomorrow 
morning... Paulie'll go with you, just in case. Go see Vincenzo for 
equipment and Ralph for some wheels...

(Tommy and Paulie leave the room.)

Frank: I wouldn't trust him so much. He seemed hesitant, he's just accepted 
now because he has no choice.

Salieri: We'll see, Frank, we'll see... I'm more concerned about what 
Morello's problem is. Does he really want to start a war?

(The scene switches to Tommy and Paulie going up a staircase in the 
backyard of the bar.)

Paulie: Vincenzo is the Don's gun expert, they've known each other since 
they were kids. He gets you whatever you want, Tommy guns to cannons. Vinny 
can set you up. I always pay him a visit before a job.

(Paulie opens the door to Vincenzo's room.)

Paulie: Buongiorno, Vincenzo!

Vincenzo: Ciao, Paulie!

Paulie: This here's Tom... Just started up with us.

Vincenzo: Pleased to meet you, Tom! What can I do for the both of yours?

Paulie: We've got a job to do, we need something to write off a few cars.

(Vincenzo points to a baseball bat.)

Vincenzo: This classic piece of sports equipment should do the job, and if 
not, I've mixed up a few cocktails.

(He puts a box full of Molotov cocktails on the table.)

Vincenzo: Careful with 'em, though.

(Tommy takes the bat and Paulie takes the Molotov cocktails.)

Paulie: Thanks a lot, Vincenzo.

Vincenzo: Bring back the bat, it's my nephew's!

Paulie: Sure thing!

(Tommy and Paulie leave Vincenzo's room and walk towards the garage.)

Paulie: Ralph, who I'll introduce you to, is a complete idiot, but he's got 
a special way with cars. I don't get how such a moron could know anything 
about anything, but that's the way it goes sometimes.

(They enter the garage, where Ralph is working on a car.)

Ralph: Ha ha ha, a v-v-visit.

Paulie: Hey, Ralphy.

Ralph: I s-s-see you're still limping, so we got two cripples working here.

Paulie: That's right, but I ain't a fool. Ralph, this is Tom... If you 
bring him a stolen car, Tommy, he'll make it your own. And no one'll know 
the difference.

(Tommy and Ralph shake hands.)

Paulie: Ralph, Tom and me have a job to do. You're supposed to have some 
wheels for us.

Ralph: Right, hehe, here it is, he, it ain't no hot-rod, hehe, but it 
should really do for you.

(Ralph shows them a Bolt Ace Fordor car.)

Paulie: Thanks, Ralphy. Let's go!

[End of cinematic]

Game saved: 03-02 Molotov Party-City

New Objective (A): Drive to the Morello Bar and destroy the cars parked in the 
back yard

Morello's Bar is located in New Ark. Hopefully, you've already become 
reasonably familiar with the city during the previous mission, and can 
navigate around by yourself. If not, use the map (default: Tab key) or my 
instructions. The best way to get to the bar is to take the Giuliano Street 
Tunnel and then the Giuliano Bridge over to New Ark, then go a couple blocks 
northeast. When you arrive at the bar, the next part of the mission begins.

Game saved: 03-03 Molotov Party-Morello's Bar

Paulie: Okay, we're here. Don't go through the front, find another way. 
Take out the guard quietly so you don't arouse any attention. Smash the 
cars up with the bat and save the fireworks for last. There could be 
something nice in that shed, take a look. Good luck, buddy.

Tommy: Thanks, I'll be back in a little while.

Paulie will tell you to go around back instead of through the front. It would 
be wise to follow his instructions. After all, Morello's gangsters are armed 
with S&W Model 10 M&Ps and S&W Model 27 Magnums, whereas you only have a bat 
and two cocktails. And after all, your mission is to destroy the cars, not 
their owners. 

When you arrive, drive near the bar, but not in front of the windows. Park 
somewhere slightly farther away. A good place is the small, empty area 
directly west of the bar. Get out of your car and walk near the lot 
attached to the back of the bar. However, DON'T go through the main gates where 
a man is standing guard. If he sees you entering the compound, he will call out 
to the nearby gangsters (who will kill you very quickly). Instead, circle 
around to the west of the lot. You should see a very narrow passageway. Follow 
it. About halfway down the alley, you will see a metal, chain-link gate on your 
right. Open it. 

You are now in Morello's car lot. However, don't damage the cars just yet. Your 
first order of business is to take out that guard. Equip the baseball bat and 
walk up behind him. Charge your swing all the way, and hit him from behind. 
Just like the gangster in the tutorial, he will fall from a single fully 
charged swing. Now the gangsters won't come after you, unless you deliberately 
walk in front of the bar and start attacking them.

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Note #1: Though much riskier, it is possible to turn into the car lot and run 
over the guard. However, if you only knock him over, not kill him instantly, 
he'll call out to the guards and you'll have a major firefight on your hands. 

Note #2: I wouldn't recommend this, but it is possible to kill the guard 
and all four of the gangsters. One of the best strategies is to sneak around 
back and attack the guard, but not kill him. He'll call out to the gangsters. 
Notice how they all come out of that door? Well, throw one of your cocktails in 
the doorway to kill most, if not all of them. After the fire subsides, run in, 
grab one of their guns, and clean up who ever is still alive. Then you can 
deal with destroying the cars.
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Once the guard is taken out, equip your baseball bat and go up to any of 
the three cars parked in the lot. Start smashing it up. It doesn't matter 
where, or how, just as long as your bat makes contact with the car. You 
will see a damage meter at the bottom of the screen. When it gets full, the 
game will tell you that you've done enough damage. Now would also be a great 
time to practice using those molotov cocktails. They will do tremendous damage 
to the cars, and can even destroy them completely. Just remember that you only 
get two cocktails. 

Also, I'd recommend that if you're going to use the cocktails at all, use them 
at the very end of your damage-dealing spree. If you use them first, and then 
come at the cars with the bat, one of them is liable to explode without 
warning, seriously injuring you. Once you have "done enough damage" to all 
three cars, you will get a new objective.

New Objective (B): Return to Salieri's

At this point, all you need to do is get back to the bar. You're more than 
welcome to simply return in your Bolt Ace Fordor, but if you look carefully, 
you can score a bonus car. Go to the garage just north of where the three cars 
were and "use" the door to open it. Inside, you'll find a pristine new 
Falconer. Even better, it's unlocked. Get in and drive out of the lot. Paulie 
should get in the driver's seat of the Bolt and drive it back for you, so you 
just need to return to Salieri's. I'm pretty sure that you can find your way 
back. After all, you can just retrace your steps, so to speak. 

Of course, if you made a fair amount of noise (say, blowing up some cars, for 
example), the gangsters in the bar may very well have heard you. If you don't 
get out of there in a hurry, they might just run into the back lot and come 
after you. If you drive away, they'll likely give chase. Of course, if your 
molotovs took out the whole garage, they can't exactly pursue you in those 
burnt-out husks that used to be cars. Then again, you could always play it safe 
and stick to the much quieter baseball bat. Anyway, once you arrive at the 
Salieri Bar, you'll have another cinematic, and then the end of the mission.

[Cinematic]

Paulie: So we're back, boss.

Salieri: Wonderful, take a seat. It all went well?

Paulie: Sure, boss, he's a natural.

(Tommy and Paulie sit down at the table.)

Paulie: Before they could say "genolees" they were wheel-less! And before 
they could recover, we were gone. Morello is probably pretty pissed right 
now.

Salieri: Really? I'm glad to hear it.

Paulie: He's one tough customer.

Salieri: In that case, welcome to the family, Tommy.

(Salieri stands up and hugs Tommy.)

Salieri: You've passed the first test, and now we've got a new member.

Paulie: I'd like to take him into the outfit, boss. You can see he ain't 
scared. And he's done real good.

Salieri: You didn't disappoint me, Tommy. Now, let's drink!

Tommy: Thanks...

(They raise their glasses for a toast.)

[End of Cinematic]

MISSION COMPLETE

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  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
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|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (2)  | (A) Drive to the Morello Bar and destroy the cars  |
|                        | parked in the back yard                            |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Return to Salieri's                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | Although it's not recommended, you can try to take |
|                        | out the gangsters stationed at the Morello Bar.    |
|                        | See Note #2 for more information.                  |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Notes #1 and #2 in the walkthrough address some    |
|                        | possible alternative paths you can take in         |
|                        | this mission. Also, you can choose to either       |
|                        | damage the cars with the bat and/or completely     |
|                        | destroy them with the molotov cocktails.           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Also, note that you can steal a Falconer from the  |
|                        | garage in Morello's lot. If you drive it back to   |
|                        | Salieri's, you'll have access to the vehicle a     |
|                        | good five missions before you would normally       |
|                        | unlock it.                                         |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Bolt Ace Fordor Green                              |
|                        | Falconer Blue                                      |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Bolt Model B series unlocked for Freeride (see     |
|                        | cars section for more information):                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Bolt Model B Tudor                                 |
|                        | Bolt Model B Roadster                              |
|                        | Bolt Model B Pickup                                |
|                        | Bolt Model B Fordor                                |
|                        | Bolt Model B Delivery                              |
|                        | Bolt Model B Coupe                                 |
|                        | Bolt Model B Cabriolet                             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | "Other" cars unlocked for Freeride (see cars       |
|                        | section for more information):                     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Bolt Ambulance                                     |
|                        | Bolt Firetruck                                     |
|                        | Bolt Hearse                                        |
|                        | Bolt Truck Flatbed                                 |
|                        | Bolt Truck Covered                                 |
|                        | Bolt Truck                                         |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Falconer line unlocked for use in Freeride (see    |
|                        | cars section for more information):                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Falconer                                           |
|                        | Falconer Yellowcar                                 |
|                        | Falconer Gangster                                  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (Note: The Falconer line is only unlocked if you   |
|                        | take the Falconer from Morello's garage and drive  |
|                        | it back to Salieri's.)                             |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #4
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*********************** O R D I N A R Y   R O U T I N E ***********************
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  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
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|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | After winning Don Salieri's acceptance and trust, Tommy  |
|                  | has now become a member of the "family." His first       |
|                  | assignment is to go on a routine mission to collect      |
|                  | protection money. He will drive Paulie and Sam around    |
|                  | Lost Heaven to make the scheduled pick ups, then head    |
|                  | north into the countryside for one last collection.      |
|                  | Nothing should go wrong, it's just ordinary routine.     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A black attache case with gold-colored clasps on the     |
|                  | side and top                                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1930                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie                                                   |
|                  | Sam                                                      |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Frank (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Vincenzo (ambient)                                       |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (ambient)                                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Four:                                                    |
|                  | 04-01 Ordinary Routine-Salieri Bar                       |
|                  | 04-02 Ordinary Routine-After the Briefing                |
|                  | 04-03 Ordinary Routine-Clark's Motel                     |
|                  | 04-04 Ordinary Routine-Get Him!                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | One:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (30 health) This kit can be found once you get inside |
|                  | the Clark Motel's top level. Turn left, then after a few |
|                  | feet forwards, turn right and head down the corridor.    |
|                  | Enter the door at the end of the hall, then go through   |
|                  | the door on the other side of the room. In this bathroom | 
|                  | you will find the health cabinet on the wall.            |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(Tommy, Salieri, Paulie and Sam are sitting in the backroom of the bar, 
with Frank standing next to the Don.)

Salieri: Today we're gonna visit a few places to collect some protection 
money. Two restaurants and a motel outside of town. Bill at the motel was 
late last time, because he had a few problems. So today he'll pay a little 
more.

Frank: You may have heard about how criminals can prey on businesses using 
various threats. That certainly isn't the case with us. People who pay us 
receive services, services the police certainly can't provide them with. 
Last month, for example, Sam and Paulie here solved a serious problem of 
violence in a delightful restaurant. The owner is now satisfied that 
nothing of that sort will happen there again.

Salieri: (to Tommy) You'll do the driving. Paulie and Sam will do the 
collecting. It'll be routine. Tell Ralph to give you a car and you can go.

Tommy: Okay, boss.

(Tommy, Paulie and Sam leave)

Salieri: (to Frank) Well, you and I'll have a drink. What do you say, 
Frank?

[End of cinematic]

Game saved: 04-01 Ordinary Routine-Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Go and see Vincenzo to get a weapon
Talk to Ralph
Collect Protection Money

Leave Salieri's private office by opening the door. Head out past the pool 
table and into the bar. Loop around the bar, past Luigi, and turn left, away 
from the front entrance. Head down the hallway, and then go out the door at 
the end to reach the back lot. You'll see Paulie off to the right standing 
around, and Sam to the left, having a smoke. Ralph will be tinkering away at a 
Bolt Ace Fordor in front of you. In addition, you'll see the green Bolt Ace 
Fordor from the previous mission (unless you destroyed it), along with any 
other car you might have stolen so far. 

Now onto your objectives. I'd recommend that you first see Vincenzo. Head out 
the gate and up the stairs, just like in the cinematic in "Molotov Party" where 
Tommy was introduced to the gunsmith. This time, they'll have a little chat, 
and Vincenzo will give Tommy a S&W Model 10 M&P with 18 rounds. 

Tommy: Hey, Vincenzo, I need some kind of gun.

Vincenzo: Hey, Tom! I think this would do the trick.

(He puts a S&W Model 10 M&P pistol on the table.) 

Tommy: It should work. I wasn't planning on using it anyway. Thanks.

Return to the car lot and talk with Ralph. After some stuttering, he'll 
show you how to steal the Bolt Model B Fordor parked in the corner. 

Tommy: Hey, Ralphy, me and the boys have got a job to do and I need some 
wheels.

Ralph: Hey, I s... sorted ou... out what you brought me l... last time. It 
is a go... good m... motor, Tom. It has almost 60 horsepower and goes a 
good 75 miles per hour. He has four s... speeds and b... break servos. S... 
S... Simply b... b... beautiful! Also had a look at how you can best s... 
steal one.

Tommy: I used to drive one when I was a cabby, so I know how to get into 
one, Ralphy.

Ralph: Well, then I got another little number. It has about 40 horsepower 
and goes at almost 60 miles an hour.

(Ralph leads Tommy to a Bolt Model B Fordor car and shows him how to pick 
its lock.)

Ralph: Ain't nothing swanky, but it's a good enough drive. You get into it 
easy. Just take t... t... this little baby and stick it in here, p... p... 
pry it a little and when it clicks you've got it... It's a p... piece a 
c... cake...

Tommy: Thanks, Ralphy.

From now on, you'll know how to steal all Bolt Model Bs you come across. Once 
you start up the engine, Paulie and Sam will come running over and get in. 
Drive forward, and turn right. You will now have to load the city. Once 
you do, it's time to begin with the real mission.

Game saved: 04-02 Ordinary Routine-After the briefing

New Objective (B): Collect protection money on Central Island.

Paulie: Okay, first we'll go to a restaurant on Central Island.

As Paulie tells you, your destination is a restaurant on Central Island. This 
is your first stop. I'm guessing that by this time, you're relatively 
comfortable with the city of Lost Heaven, and can get there yourself. If not, 
basically, take the Giuliano Bridge onto Central Island, then go south a 
couple blocks, and follow your map/compass the rest of the way to the 
restaurant. 

Paulie: Stop! Here it is.

Once there, stop where the "X" is on your radar and let Paulie get out to go 
retrieve the money. After a while, he'll come out with a full bag, and get in 
the car. He will then tell Tommy to head for Bar Pompeii in Hoboken.

New Objective (C): Collect protection money in Hoboken

Paulie: And now to Hoboken to the Pompeii Bar.

Before you leave, keep in mind that the game has NOT saved, and will not save 
until you reach the Clark Motel. In other words, if you want to screw around 
and then get killed, you'll have to reload from where you left the Salieri 
Bar, even if you've already collected the protection money from the first two 
places.

From your location in Central Island, either take the Giuliano Bridge into New 
Ark, or the East Marshall Bridge into Downtown. From either New Ark or 
Downtown, head to Hoboken. Bar Pompeii is pretty much right in the center 
of the neighborhood. If you remember, it's where you picked up your final 
passenger in "The Running Man." 

Paulie: Here it is. Pull in, Tom.

Once you get near the bar, Paulie will again hop out and go inside to collect 
the protection money. When he returns, you'll get a new objective.

New Objective (D): Collect protection money from the motel outside of town.

Paulie: Now we're goin' to take in the country air. We're goin' to Clark's 
Motel out of town.

You now need to head to Clark's Motel, which is north of the Lost Heaven city 
limits. From Bar Pompeii, head north, through a small alleyway, or go the long 
way, if you prefer. In either case, you should end up on the large street 
heading east-west. Follow it west up the steep hill and then turn right 
(heading north). Continue north until you reach the countryside. You will then 
be off the map or "Out of city limits." Just keep following the road as it 
twists and turns, and eventually, you'll find yourself at Clark's Motel. 

[Cinematic]

(Tommy drives to the motel just outside of the city and parks the car next 
to the building. They all get out.)

Paulie: Wait for us here, Tom, we'll be back in a bit.

Tommy: Okay.

Paulie: Let's go.

(Paulie and Sam go into the motel. Tommy smokes a cigarette while he is 
waiting for them. Suddenly several gunshots are heard. The door opens and 
Paulie walks out, holding a wound in his stomach.)

Paulie: Shit... Bastards... Tom, I... I took one...

(He collapses.)

Paulie: It hurts...

(Tommy rushes to help him.)

Tommy: Jesus Christ, Paulie!

(A gangster appears at the door and points his gun at Tommy.)

Gangster: Tell Salieri, from here on out this place is ours! Capisci? Don't 
come back here or you'll end up in worse shape than your friends.

(The gangster walks back inside and closes the door.)

Paulie: Get Sam... They want to beat some information out of him, get him 
out of there...

Tommy: But I gotta get you to a doctor...

Paulie: That'll wait, first get Sam...

(Tommy drags Paulie next to their car and takes out his pistol.)

Tommy: Screw regular routine!

[End of cinematic]

Game saved: 04-03 Ordinary Routine-Clark's Motel

New Objective (E): Save Sam

If you go up to the motel's front door, you'll discover that it's locked. 
You'll have to find another way inside so that you can save Sam. You should 
also notice a very nice looking, bright yellow car (Lassiter V16 Phaeton) to 
your left. If you want to save yourself some trouble, follow this alternate 
path:

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Alternate Path: Before trying to get inside the motel, go up to the Lassiter 
V16 Phaeton parked outside. Using your S&W Model 10 M&P, fire directly at the 
center of one of the tires (at the hubcap). After four shots, the wheel should 
fall off. You could shoot off all the wheels, but this isn't advised since it 
would leave you with very little ammo, and after all, you only need to shoot 
one off for this strategy to work. For reference, this alternate path will 
allow you to skip the (somewhat difficult) final part of this mission.
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Back to regular path: Whether or not you shot off one of the Phaeton's wheels, 
you still have to get inside that motel. Circle around to the left. You should 
see a dog running around outside. You can kill it, but you might waste too much 
of your ammo doing this. It's better simply to avoid it. In either case, don't 
touch it, as you will take some damage if you do. You should see some boxes on 
your right. Use the jump key (default: E) to climb up onto the wooden platform. 
Then climb up the "stairway of boxes," and finally onto the balcony. The door 
here is unlocked, so enter.

Once inside the motel, you should be aware of what you're up against. There is 
one gangster sitting on the toilet in the small bathroom to your right. There 
are three more gangsters downstairs that will come up and start attacking 
you as soon as you open fire. Finally, there are another three enemies who will 
remain on the main floor. But before you do anything, the first order of 
business to facilitate your mission is to head straight forward and a little to 
the left. There should be a door right in front of you (NOT the one down the 
hall). Go inside here, and you should see a Thompson sitting on the bed. Though 
it only has one clip (50 rounds), it will make your mission much easier. 

Leave this room, go into the bathroom and quickly kill the man sitting on the 
toilet before he has time to draw his weapon. Turn around and crouch down. 
Three gangsters should begin to climb up the stairs. From your crouched 
position, you should be able to hit them in the head or upper torso before they 
can fire at you. I'd use the Thompson, but you can use the Model 10 or a Colt 
1911 (taken from the gangster in the bathroom) if you'd like. The three men who 
climb the stairs have an S&W Model 10 M&P, an S&W Model 27 Magnum, and a Colt 
1911. 

If you find yourself heavily injured after that encounter, there is a health 
cabinet on this level. If you'd like to use it, head down the short hallway on 
the upper floor. Enter the room through the door on the right (at the end of 
the hallway). Go through the other door at the back of this room. In the 
bathroom, you should see the cabinet, which will heal you 30 points. Realize, 
though, that it will only heal you up to 100 health (i.e. it's a waste if your 
health is still more than 70).

Next, head down the stairway slowly. The hallway at the bottom of the stairs 
has two open doorways, both on the left. As you slowly approach the first one, 
a gangster should start shooting at you. Take cover behind the doorway, 
hopefully before you get hit. If you want to count rounds, after six shots, his 
Model 10 will need to be reloaded. Quickly move towards the door and hit him 
repeatedly in the head (most of his body is obscured by the pool table anyway). 
However, be sure not to lean too far out into the doorway, as there are 
two other gangsters who will make short work of you if you do. 

After the first one is dead, slowly edge farther down the hall until you can 
get some shots off at the next gangster. The final enemy is hiding behind the 
bar and is armed with a Thompson. If you have any rounds left in your own 
Thompson, now would be a good time to put them to use. Either dart quickly out 
and hit him in the head until he goes down (don't give him time to retaliate), 
or run down the hallway and fire at him from the second doorway before he turns 
to face you. Unlike the other gangsters, try to avoid letting him empty his 
clip before you attack. Once you kill him, you're going to take his Thompson, 
and you'll want it to have as much ammo in it as possible. 

Once all of these gangsters are dead, a man in a will come running out of the 
back room and attempt to hit you with his fists. That's right, his fists. Take 
him down however you please. Then head into the room he just burst out of. You 
will see Sam laying on the ground, clearly injured. A cinematic will occur and 
Tommy will help Sam to his feet and try to help him escape. 

[Cinematic]

Man: Lookee here, another customer for a face job! C'mon then, sonny.

(The man attacks Tommy with his fists but Tommy kills him. Then he enters 
the room from which the man came out. Sam is lying on the floor inside.)

Tommy: Get up, Sam, it's over. He really went to work on you, buddy.

(Tommy helps Sam get up.)

Sam: Argh, Christ...

Tommy: It's nothing, you'll be alright... The doctor'll put you back 
together again. You tough as nails.

(As they slowly walk out of the room, a man comes up on them from the back 
and punches Tommy in the face, which flings him away.)

Tommy: Oh shit!

[End of cinematic]

The same man who tried to hit you with his fists is still alive somehow, and 
lands a powerful blow on Tommy. You will immediately regain control, but now 
the man has a Colt Detective Special. Kill him as quickly as you can (probably 
using the Thompson). After he's dead, return to where Sam is laying, propped up 
against the table. 

[Cinematic]

Tommy: That's it, I'll get you back in the car. Everything'll be okay...

(Suddenly another gangster appears from a room next to the bar and points 
his gun at Tommy and Sam. He holds the bag of money in his other hand.)

Gangster: DON'T MOVE, SCUMBAG! Or I'll fill you with holes! C'mon! Just try 
it. You won't get past me!

Tommy: Sure thing, buddy. Just stay cool... everything's okay... just go... 
no problem.

Gangster: Just try it.

(The gangster walks out of the motel.)

Sam: Noo... got... our... dough... get him...

[End of cinematic]

New Objective (F): Kill the man who stole your money

Now if you took the alternate path, and shot a tire off of the Lassiter, the 
man will just be standing there with a Colt 1911. He's pretty pathetic. Just a 
few shots and he'll go down, and the mission will end. If however, you left 
his Lassiter intact, he'll be in it, driving away, as you burst out through the 
door. You can try to hit him in the head, but you'll probably miss. Quickly 
jump into your Bolt Model B Fordor and give chase. Soon the game will be saved.

Game saved: 04-04 Ordinary Routine-Get Him!

This is nothing more than a simple car chase. The reason that it can be a 
challenge is that your target is driving a high-end luxury car, whereas you're 
driving a fairly standard vehicle. In general, he will be able to pull away 
from you without any difficulty. Also, his Lassiter is much heavier than your 
Model B. Even if you try to sideswipe him and cut him off, he can just plow 
through and keep going, leaving you in the dust. Your best chance is if he 
hits oncoming traffic. Because the Lassiter is so long, he will probably 
fishtail. Get in front of him and quickly jump out of your car. Then gun him 
down as fast as you can. 

If you'd like to do the "Get Him!" part of this mission (not use the alternate 
route), but are finding it too difficult, you can shoot out the Phaeton's tires 
(not wheels) at the beginning of the Clark Motel segment. If he has flat 
tires, he won't be able to go nearly as fast, and the car chase will be much 
easier.

Regardless of how, when you finally do kill him, the mission will end almost 
instantly.
 
Tommy: If that's regular routine, I wonder what the next job will be 
like.

MISSION COMPLETE. 

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   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (6)  | (A) Go and see Vincenzo to get a weapon            |
|                        | Talk to Ralph                                      |
|                        | Collect Protection Money                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Collect protection money on Central Island     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Collect protection money in Hoboken            |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Collect protection money from the motel        |
|                        | outside of town                                    |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Save Sam                                       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Kill the man who stole your money              |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | Shoot off one or more of the tires on the Lassiter |
|                        | V16 Phaeton parked outside the motel. When "the    |
|                        | man who stole your money" goes to make his escape, |
|                        | his car will be unusable. As a result, he'll just  |
|                        | stand there, presenting an easy target. Killing    |
|                        | him this way will skip the entire "Get Him!" car   |
|                        | chase sequence.                                    |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | There are a few notes about this alternate path in |
|                        | the walkthrough.                                   |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Bolt Model B Fordor Brown                          |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Schubert Six line available for use in Freeride    |
|                        | (see Cars section for more information):           | 
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Schubert Six                                       |
|                        | Schubert Six Police                                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[Cinematic]

1938

(Tommy and Detective Norman continue their conversation. Norman is taking 
notes.)

Tommy: That's how I got in. One minute a regular cabby, the next a 
respected Mafioso.

Norman: You were all right with killing people? Usually people have a 
problem with that.

Tommy: You know... I ain't one of those people with a thirst for blood. I 
don't need violence in my life, and I don't look for trouble. But I also 
don't have any remorse. They wanted to outsmart us, so we had to outsmart 
them. No excuses. It was all the same to me, I wasn't interested in the 
fates of other people. Everybody said it was just business and that the 
family sticks together... It was different from living alone and nobody 
givin' a damn about you. Suddenly, you're respected by all the people you 
meet. Everybody knows you can help them, but you can also destroy their 
lives. And everybody tries to ingratiate themselves to you.

Norman: And what about the police? You walked away, just like that, from a 
massacre? Didn't you have any problem with that?

Tommy: You work for the police. You ought to know. You know the mafia runs 
the whole city. The Salieri family makes over 25 million bucks every year. 
The papers were full of it, but nobody saw nothing... if they wanted to 
stay alive. We paid off the bureaucrats 6 grand a month. Your bosses had 
liquor at trade price and got pay-offs for 'special jobs' from both Salieri 
and Morello. Case closed, lack of evidence. Cops would even move shipments 
of drink for us. I guess you'd have heard something about that.

Norman: So what about your two friends?

Tommy: Well, they were better off than you'd think. Salieri had a good doc 
for his boys, and it's not like he ever asked any questions. In a few 
weeks, they'd be healthy and back on the streets again. The only one who 
worried us was Morello. He wanted to be the big cheese, which Salieri 
couldn't let him do. Salieri had no intention of being in second place. You 
know... a person becomes a Don because of his thirst for power, and he 
doesn't care about any other rules than his own.

Tommy: That's how it is, detective - so he'd be his own boss, independent 
of the police, of the state, of anyone. That's why a person becomes a Don. 
Salieri and Morello both wanted it all. They kept sparring with each other, 
but they both knew that if it all blew up it would be hell. The big 
difference between them was in their methods - I heard a little story about 
Morello...

(Morello's car is seen driving to a crossroads in the city. It stops 
abruptly and the car just behind accidentally crashes into it. Morello and 
his men get out angrily, and the man in the other car gets out too.)

Man: I... I... I'm sorry, sir. I... I... I didn't mean it...

Morello: YOU IDIOT! D'YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'VE DONE? D'YOU KNOW HOW MUCH THAT 
CAR COST?

Man: I... I... I was driving slowly, Mr. Morello. I... I don't know how...

Morello: D'YOU MEAN TO SAY... THAT I... I CRASHED INTO YOUR CAR?

Man: Err... no... sir... I only... I wanted... It's no... sir...

(Morello punches the man and proceeds to repeatedly smash his head on his 
car.)

Morello: No... bas-tard... gets... in... my... way!

(Morello kicks the corpse of the man and returns to his car. A policeman 
nearby watches the whole spectacle but does nothing. Then the camera 
switches back to Tommy and Norman.)

Tommy: Salieri built his respect as a businessman. Everybody knew that they 
didn't need to fear him if they did what they should. They knew that if 
they needed something, they could come to Mr. Salieri. So Salieri made 
friends, often helped people with various problems, and expected the same 
in return. When somebody crossed him, they broke a cardinal rule and 
everybody knew what would happen. Morello was just a mean bastard. He built 
his power through violence. Even his friends feared him. Most people just 
tried to avoid him.
 
[End of cinematic]

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Mission #5
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   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | This mission revolves around the upcoming car race in    |
|                  | Lost Heaven. Don Salieri, along with almost all of his   |
|                  | friends and "family," bet on the man who was sure to     | 
|                  | win. Unfortunately, a new racer came out of nowhere,     |
|                  | sporting a European import car and the skill to handle   |
|                  | it. With superior technology, his machine is all but     |
|                  | unbeatable. So to remedy this situation, Tommy is sent   |
|                  | to steal the racecar and have it looked at by a          |
|                  | professional mechanic.                                   |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A wrench, a nut and a bolt - Not much else               |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1932                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)(new)                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Sarah (cinematic only)                                   |
|                  | Bobby (ambient)(new)                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Five:                                                    |
|                  | 05-01 Fairplay-Salieri Bar                               |
|                  | 05-02 Fairplay-City                                      |
|                  | 05-03 Fairplay-The Racing Circuit                        |
|                  | 05-04 Fairplay-Lucas Bertone                             |
|                  | 05-05 Fairplay-Return to Salieri's Bar                   |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

1932

(Tommy and Salieri are sitting at a table in the front area of the bar.)

Salieri: Listen, Tommy, I have a delicate job for you. I don't know anyone 
else who could do it better than you. You're a good driver, and you have 
experience. Well, to make it simple, tomorrow all the best motors are gonna 
race at the city track and I bet on one kid who's been a favorite up until 
now. I helped him along in his career a little. I like fast cars and I said 
to myself that I could make back a little on that investment. 

Salieri: You understand... And then Ralphy starts saying that some European 
has come over and his car is certain to win. Ralphy knows cars, he's real 
good with them, but otherwise he's a complete moron. What, he couldn't have 
told me BEFORE I bet on that kid? But still, what the hell is a guy, God 
knows from where, doing here, these are American races! Me and the 
Consiglieri here were thinking about what to do, because a lot of our boys 
have bet the same as me and they certainly wouldn't be happy if they lost 
their dough. And how would that make me look? Like an old idiot, Tommy! I 
can't let that happen.

Salieri: We thought with our consiglieri about what to do with it. If 
something happens to him - that's no way, it won't be fair play, I won't 
enjoy my winning at all. Ralph told me that he knows a guy who guards the 
race-track garage. Tonight you're gonna go there and take this European's 
car to a mechanic who knows his way around these machines. He'll take a 
look at theirs and maybe improve ours. As soon as he's finished working on 
it, you'll take it back. It's important that the car is back in its place 
before anybody catches on. And don't even think about crashing it or 
getting caught by the cops. Are we clear?

Tommy: Yes, boss.

Salieri: If you pull it off, you'll, of course, get a share of the 
winnings. Now, go. Ralph will tell you where and how.

[End of cinematic]

Game saved: 05-01 Fairplay-Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Talk to Ralph

At the start of the mission, there will be a cinematic where Salieri explains 
What you have to do. After the cinematic ends, walk around the bar and 
out into the back lot. There will be a large fire in the middle of the lot, 
and Ralph will be tinkering around in the garage. Go up to him, and he'll come 
out from under the Bolt Model B Coupe he's working on. Like Salieri, he'll 
give you some information about your mission. 

Tommy: Hey, Ralphy, you got some news about this job?

Ralph: S... Sure, Tommy. You need to go to the c... city race track and 
borrow that m... m... motor there. My f... friend B... Bobby works there. 
Go round back there and a... along the w... way is the gate... gatehouse. 
T... Tell B... Bobby that Ralph s... sent you and Bobby'll take you to the 
car. It... It's already been agreed w... with him. Y... You's have to take 
it to the auto service of my f... friend Lucas Bertone. It's in New Ark 
under the Giuliano Bridge. He'll t... take a look at it and t... tune it a 
little. And then you just take it back.

Tommy: This should be easy enough...

Ralph: But y... you've gotta get it done before 1:15 AM when the guard 
changes, so that nobody kn... knows that somebody drove the motor in the 
night. Th... there can't even be a scratch on it a... and try to avoid the 
c... cops. Th... They mustn't catch you!

Tommy: Hmmm... and how'll I get there?

(Ralph shows Tommy to a Schubert Six car.)

Ralph: Well, I've got something new in. Ain't no big thing to sw... swipe 
one. W... Watch. You just stick a piece of w... wire in here and twist it a 
little and you get inside where you gotta join these two wires.

Tommy: Yeah, it shouldn't be a problem. Thanks, Ralphy.

Ralph: Now don't you go sparing the gas, Tom. Heh-heh!

During this exchange, Ralph will lead you across the back lot to the red 
Schubert Six parked in the corner. He'll show you how to pick the lock of this 
car, and like before, this means that you can now steal any Schubert Six model 
you may come across. Pick the lock, get in, and drive out of the car lot.

Before you leave and reach a save point, you'll notice your new objective.

New Objective (B): Find Bobby

Leave the Salieri lot and head out into the city. You'll have your game saved 
once the city loads.

Game saved: 05-02 Fairplay-City

As soon as you get out into the city, you should notice that you have a timer. 
Remember, like Ralph said, this entire mission has to be finished by 1:15 AM. 
Clearly, you don't have time to mess around. Your target - Bobby - can be found 
by the gate to the racing circuit. This racetrack is outside of the city, west 
from the southwestern exit. To get there, head west through Little Italy until 
you reach the Works Quarter. Then head south, switching streets and turning 
quite a corners until you reach the bottom left of your map. At this point, you 
should see a road leading west off of the edge of the map. Drive down this road 
when you reach it. You will go out of the city limits and onto a country road. 
Continue driving until you reach a gate. This is where you will encounter 
Bobby.

Stop near the gate, and Bobby should walk out of the gatehouse to your right. 
Get out of your Schubert Six and talk to him. 

Bobby: Evenin', you must be Ralph's friend.

Tommy: That's right.

Bobby: Okay, we'll take your car.

After a small chat with Tommy, he'll walk forward and open the gate. DON'T 
immediately jump back in your Schubert Six and drive off. Stop and wait for him 
to climb in the passenger seat. If you raced away, you'd have to come back and 
get him anyway, and that would cost you precious time.

Bobby: Go in and over to the garage

With Bobby in the car, drive forward past the gate and through the tunnel. 
Follow the road/path here to your next objective. Once you're close, step out 
of the car and move towards the garage. After again reminding you of the 
shortness of time, Bobby will follow you and open the doors. 

Bobby: Okay, we're here, buddy. Come on, we haven't got a lot of time!

(Bobby opens one of the doors. The race car is inside.)

Tommy: Okay, is that it?

Bobby: Yeah, buddy, be real careful. There can't even be a scratch on it. 
And avoid the cops like the devil, cause this car'll be real obvious.

Tommy: That's right.

Bobby: In about half an hour the second guard'll come, so you gotta be back 
by then, buddy. And be real careful, that car goes fast. Maybe it's the 
fastest car in the world, who knows?

Tommy: Sure, Bobby, no problem. I'll take care of it in a half hour.

After a short chat, your game will be saved, and you'll have a new objective.

Game saved: 05-03 Fairplay-The Racing Circuit

New Objective (C): Deliver the sports car to Lucas Bertone without damaging 
it.

Hop in the Carozella C-Otto 4WD in front of you. If you're having trouble, 
realize that you can only enter from the car's right side. Slowly drive out 
of the garage. From here, you're basically going to drive back the way you 
came. However, like Bobby said, the car goes FAST. Don't believe me? Get 
yourself lined up and step on the gas. That's right, it DOES go fast. However, 
you still should have a fair amount of time, and it's much better to go slower 
(by which I mean 50-75 mph) than absurdly fast (90+ mph) and risk a crash, 
since this would force you to start over from the garage. 

A few other things you should know about this car: It has no headlights, 
so your visibility in the dark will be severely worsened. Also, it has no 
horn, so you'll have a harder time making other cars move out of your way. In 
addition, you have probably noticed the damage bar at the bottom of the 
screen. If this fills up all the way, you fail the mission. A light collision 
that wouldn't mean anything in another car will fill it up 1/4 - 1/3 of the 
way. A major collision means almost certain failure. Finally, though it would 
probably destroy the car anyway, if you land upside down, Tommy will be killed 
instantly.

Anyway, drive the car out of the garage and down the road. Go through the 
gate, down the country road, and continue into the main city. Chose what route 
you're going to take across the Works Quarter. Whatever way you go, you're 
going to want to take the West Marshall Bridge over to Southern Central 
Island. When you get to the other side, find your way onto the main street that 
runs north-south down the center of the island. Take it north, and bear right 
when you reach the Y-intersection. Be careful about driving on the tram tracks 
in the center, though. They have a tendency to flip cars over. Anyway, take the 
Giuliano Bridge across the East River and into New Ark. Stay to the left on the 
bridge as there are a large number of cars blocking the right lane (see "notes" 
in the post-mission wrap up). 

As soon as you're on the other side of the river, coming down the bridge, 
start to slow down. When you reach the part where the road flattens out again, 
turn left (slowly). This is before the intersection, though. You should be able 
to slowly drive down a small alleyway, going exactly the opposite way that you 
were going before. At the bottom, you should reach the road that goes along 
the waterfront in New Ark. Turn left, drive a couple hundred feet, and turn 
left again into Lucas Bertone's (again, go slowly when maneuvering in these 
tight areas). If you don't understand these instructions, you could just go 
around, but this is the fastest way.

Once you reach Lucas Bertone's, a cinematic will play in which Tommy drives the 
car in, and Lucas begins tinkering with it. 

[Cinematic]

Lucas: Hey there, you're from Mr. Salieri, right? I'm Lucas Bertone.

Tommy: Hi, I'm Tom.

(They shake hands.)

Tommy: They say you can take the bite out of this monster.

Lucas: I reckon so.

Tommy: Well, you'd better get movin', we only have 27 minutes left.

Lucas: Hmmm, it ain't much time. We'll see what can be done. You can hang 
out a while.

(Tommy goes out and smokes a cigarette. After a while he comes back.)

Tommy: Hey, how's it going in there?

Lucas: Just finished. You can go.

(Tommy gets in the car.)

Lucas: But you're gonna have to hurry, it ain't gonna run as well as when 
you first brought it in.

Tommy: Thanks, Mr. Salieri appreciates your work.

Lucas: Sure, give my regards to him. If he ever needs anything again I'd be 
glad to help out. I bet on the same driver as him...

[End of cinematic]

Once the cinematic is complete, your game will be saved and you'll have a new 
objective.

Game saved: 05-04 Fairplay-Lucas Bertone

New Objective (D): Return the sports car to the garage at the race track 

The return trip may be more difficult, as the car is weaker, and the clock will 
still be ticking. However, you already know the way back. It's just exactly the 
opposite of how you got to Lucas' garage. I'll spare you the repetitive 
instructions on how to get there. Again, make sure to avoid damage as much as 
possible. Once you return the car to the garage, Bobby will thank you and talk 
a little more about how practically everyone bet on Salieri's car.

Bobby: So you pulled it off, buddy! And the car isn't even scratched!

Tommy: Thanks, Bobby. It really 'was' the fastest car in the world.

Bobby: Sure is, we're lucky you managed it. I bet on the Don's car, too.

Tommy: It seems everybody did.

Bobby: I bet on it, so did almost everybody in my neighborhood.

Tommy: I figure the driver's pretty important too.

Bobby: Sure. Well, I won't keep you. Goodnight.

Tommy: Take care, Bobby. Thanks for the help.

Game saved: 05-05 Fairplay-Return to Salieri's Bar

New Objective (E): Return to Salieri's

Get back in your Schubert Six and make the much slower drive back to 
Salieri's. No time limit, no sweat. Once you reach the bar, the mission will 
end.

MISSION COMPLETE
    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (5)  | (A) Talk to Ralph                                  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Find Bobby                                     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Deliver the sports car to Lucas Bertone        |
|                        | without damaging it                                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Return the sports car to the garage at the     |
|                        | race track                                         |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Return to Salieri's                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Despite what almost everyone tells you in this     |
|                        | mission, there are no police out on patrol. Ralph  |
|                        | and Bobby both stress that you HAVE to avoid the   |
|                        | cops. However, there really aren't any. Then       |
|                        | again, if it helps you go faster, feel free to     |
|                        | believe that there are.                            |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Also, note the suicidal man on the Giuliano Bridge |
|                        | (see "Easter Eggs" for more information).          |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Schubert Six Red                                   |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
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|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | This continuation of the mission "Fairplay" involves the | 
|                  | same race that is so important to Salieri and everyone   |
|                  | he employs. Of course, things don't go exactly as        |
|                  | planned, and once again, Tommy ends up doing most of the |
|                  | hard work.                                               |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A wrench, a nut and a bolt - Not much else (the same as  |
|                  | the first part of "Fairplay")                            |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1932                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Salieri (cinematic only)                                 |
|                  | Frank (cinematic only)                                   |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Sarah (cinematic only)                                   |
|                  | Michelle (cinematic only)(new)                           |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Five:                                                    |
|                  | 06-01 Fairplay-Salieri Bar                               |
|                  | 06-02 Fairplay-City                                      |
|                  | 06-03 Fairplay-Before the race                           |
|                  | 06-04 Fairplay-Victory                                   |
|                  | 06-05 Fairplay-Lucas Bertone                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

Tommy: Hey, Luigi.

Luigi: Hey, Tommy.

Tommy: Where is everybody?

Luigi: They're all at the track, you're late.

Tommy: I needed to get a little sleep after last night's job.

Luigi: Sure.

(The phone rings. Luigi answers it.)

Luigi: Hello?

Luigi: Yes... Sir, he just got in... Sure... That's for you, Tom.

(He gives it to Tommy.)

Tommy: Hello?

Frank: Frank here, Tom! You did well yesterday, but now we need your help 
again. Come over to the racing track right away. That guy who was supposed 
to win the race got his arm broken by some thug. Probably no coincidence... 
Anyway, you're gonna have to race.

Tommy: But... but... Frank... I...

Frank: Tom, it's a half an hour before the race, and I don't have time to 
teach someone else how to drive. Christ Tom, this concerns a big bag of 
money. I hope you understand that?

Tommy: Yeah... okay... Frank, but...

Frank: So I expect to see you here at the track in a few minutes.

(Frank hangs up the phone. Tommy hangs it up too.)

Luigi: You don't look too excited...

Tommy: That's because I ain't.

[End of cinematic]

Game saved: 06-01 Fairplay-Salieri Bar

After the opening cinematic, you'll get your first objective.

New Objective (A): Drive to the racetrack and find Frank

Head out into the back lot of the bar. However, since everyone is at the 
racetrack, there's no one there. Even Ralph is nowhere to be seen. So 
even though you have no new car, you're going to have to get there quickly. 
Get into any car that you've collected thus far in the game. Even if you never 
stole any additional cars and brought them back to the lot, you should still 
have a green Bolt Ace Fordor, a brown Bolt Model B Fordor, a red Schubert Six, 
and possibly a blue Falconer. Pick any of these cars, or anything else that 
you've stolen so far. I'd recommend the Schubert Six or the Falconer (if you 
have it), because once you leave, there will be a time limit. Anyway, choose 
your car, get in, and drive into the city.

Game saved: 06-02 Fairplay-City

Once in the city, make your way to the racetrack. After doing the previous 
mission, I'm pretty sure that you can find your way there without any 
difficulty. The good news is that it's daylight and you have no car damage to 
worry about. The bad news is that you've got a somewhat strict time limit, a 
slower car, and the police are back out on the streets. Once you reach the 
racetrack, another cinematic will play.

[Cinematic]

Frank: Hey, Tommy, I knew we could count on you.

Tommy: You really want me to do this? I've never raced before!

Frank: Okay, I know it won't be easy, but we don't have a choice. If you 
can do it, we won't lose out...

Tommy: Do I look like I can do this? I don't even know the rules.

Frank: Look, it's a cake walk. You go five laps, and you need to come in 
first for us to win. If you come in second the dough's lost. But since we 
tuned that clown's car a little everything should go smoothly. Also, at 
those speeds it's quite normal for someone to bang into you, so watch out 
for those other bastards. Good luck, Tom... I know you can do it.

(Frank walks away a few steps.)

Tommy: Well, I don't believe it.

(Frank turns back.)

Frank: Tom, half the neighborhood and all our boys bet on the Don's boy. Do 
you know what it would mean if you lost? The Don would lose. You would lose 
all the respect which we've busted our asses to build up. People gave us 
their trust as well as their dough. Do you understand what's at stake?

Tommy: Yeah, I got it, Frank... I understand.

Frank: Take it easy, son. Show them what you're made of.

[End of cinematic]

After some inspiring words from Frank, the game will be saved, and the race 
will begin.

Game saved: 06-03 Fairplay-Before the race

If you are running Mafia version 1.1 or 1.2, you will have a menu come up 
before the race begins, allowing you to choose difficulty (very easy, easy, 
normal, hard, extreme) and whether or not you want damage enabled. If you're on 
Mafia version 1.0, you won't get this menu. Anyway, set it however you like, 
and get ready to race in your Brubaker 4WD.

Let me give you a basic outline of how this competition will play out. It is a 
five-lap race over a small course. There are 13 racers, and one will drop out 
right at the beginning (Martin Lichtenberg, the racer whose car you sabotaged 
in the previous mission). You have to place 1st at the end of the 5th lap in 
order to win the race and complete the mission; second place doesn't cut it. 
All of the cars in the race will be going extremely fast, and this can be a 
difficult mission if you don't know what to do. 

There are many ways to make the race easier, aside from changing the difficulty 
(if you have version 1.1 or higher). Many people have suggested that you change 
your driving controls onto the numpad. However, this never made it any easier 
for me. If you have a racing wheel/pedals, I'd recommend that you hook up and 
calibrate those. It can make the race quite a bit less challenging. Also, using 
manual transmission should allow you to get a leg up on the competition. 

Really, though, the biggest help on this mission is experience. The race cars 
in the game behave fairly realistically, so if you are experienced with racing 
simulators or real-life racing, you should have somewhat of an advantage in 
this mission. I am in no way suggesting that you "practice" by going out and 
drag racing down the highway. I'm just saying that if you you've raced before, 
you'll probably find this mission significantly easier. 

Next, I'm going to walk you through every twist and turn on the course. Right 
from the start, watch out for Martin Lichtenberg in the blue Carrozella C-Otto 
4WD in front of you. His car will die and not move from its starting position. 
Just weave around to avoid colliding with him. Continue forward down the short 
opening straightaway. This first turn may be the most difficult in the entire 
course. It goes around practically 180 degrees, so slow down quite a bit here 
as you try to make it around the turn. You can attempt to cut the corner close 
or drift around the outside, but doing so is not recommended. You may have to 
try this part a few times, but you'll finally get a knack for making the turn. 
If you slow down, it really shouldn't be too hard. I mean, look at how the 
other drivers take it. That's right, slowly. Once you get through the turn, 
continue down the next straightaway.

After a blocked-off road on your left, you'll reach a checkpoint, after which 
the track curves to the right. Follow it, but be prepared for a medium turn 
back to the left. This one isn't that hard, just don't try to cut it too close, 
or you'll probably end up fishtailing it the dirt.

Continue going forward down the straightaway. There is a wide left turn at the 
end here. Normally, it wouldn't be too hard to take this turn, but with all the 
speed you've probably gathered from blasting straight ahead, you might overdo 
it. Slow down a little and turn left. There's another checkpoint right here. 
Next, there is an s-curve up ahead, but it's nothing serious. Still, before you 
reach it, stay on the far right side of the track. When you get to the curve, 
veer over to the left. If you had stayed in the middle or on the left, you 
wouldn't be able to cut into the curve at the same angle. As a result, the rear 
of your car would probably hit the red and white fringe on the right, causing 
you to flip over.

As you enter the "forest" area, slow down and be prepared for some curves. 
Start to turn gently to the left as soon as you go into this area. Make sure 
not to take this one too wide, as you can go off into the trees and rocks, 
which will almost guarantee a crash. After a short straightaway, take a banking 
right turn. You'll hit another checkpoint. 

From here, go straight a little farther, then turn left on the very steep 
banking turn. Then it's the home stretch. Rev your engine and blast through 
the final straightaway. Just remember that 180-degree turn coming up...

Congratulations, you've completed one lap. Only four more to go, heh heh...

A note about resetting: During the race, you can reset your car (Default: 
Numpad 0). If you end up in a really ugly situation, you might want to use it. 
However, be warned that your car has to disappear, reappear, then wait for 
3...2...1...and then start rolling again from a stopped position. In other 
words, using the reset will cost you a ton of time, all of your speed, and 
likely your position in the race. Seriously, only use it if you HAVE to.

Another note: After the beginning of the race, Martin Lichtenberg's car is 
moved off of the track onto the platform on the left. Therefore, when you come 
roaring down the homestretch on each subsequent lap, you won't have to worry 
about avoiding his car.

It may take you one try, or hours of frustration, but eventually, you will 
finish the race in first place. When that happens, you'll get the best times 
screen, and then a cinematic showing Tommy accept his trophy.

[Cinematic]

(Tommy wins. He receives his trophy in front of a cheering crowd. Afterwards, 
there is a party at Salieri's Bar in celebration of his victory. Salieri talks 
to Tommy during the party.)

Salieri: I knew you wouldn't let us down, Tommy! You are really one of us 
now. A lot of people made a lot of money on that race, Tommy, and you get 
all the credit, so you won't come out short. You should stop by and see 
Lucas Bertone. He also bet and won a pile of money, so he wants to repay 
you, too... somehow.

Tommy: Okay, I will.

(A woman talks to Tommy as he leaves.)

Woman: Congratulations, you big hero.

Tommy: Thanks.

[End of cinematic]

After it's all over, Salieri thanks Tommy and tells him to go see Lucas 
Bertone, who won a ton of money as a result of Tommy's victory.

Game saved: 06-04 Fairplay-Victory

New Objective (B): Drive to Lucas Bertone's

You remember Lucas Bertone, don't you? He was the man Tommy delivered that 
race car to for "tuning," earlier in "Fairplay." Drive to his auto shop under 
the Giuliano Bridge (east side of the river). Once there, Tommy will walk in 
and have a chat with Lucas. 

[Cinematic]

Tommy: Hello, is there anyone home?

Lucas: Hey, Tommy! Right here.

Lucas: Tom, congratulations on winning! You did great. I didn't really 
think you'd do it at first, but when you got going, I knew how it would 
end. Thanks to you I won a big bag of money, and just so you know I'm not 
ungrateful, I'll teach you a few tricks... See that beaut'?

(Lucas shows a large, yellow car to Tommy, a Lassiter V16 Phaeton.)

Lucas: You know I can't give you it, but I can show you how to lift one and 
where. Watch how easy it is to get into this baby.

(Lucas shows him how to pick the car's lock.)

Lucas: There you go. Piece of cake.

Tommy: Okay, I figure I can manage that.

Lucas: There's another one that belongs to a loaded official down at City 
Hall. During the day it sits in the car lot behind the Municipal Building 
on Central Island.

Tommy: I think I might go and check if it's parked correctly.

Lucas: When you get tired of that, come back here. I always have something 
new.

Tommy: Thanks, Lucas. I'll come by sometime after work. I'll be seein' you.

[End of cinematic]

Do you recognize that car in the cinematic? It's the Lassiter V16 Phaeton that 
the gangster tried to escape in during the mission "Ordinary Routine." Also, 
take note of Lucas' suggestion to come back later. Throughout the game, after 
most missions, you can take a few extra minutes to stop by Lucas' place. He'll 
almost always have some new expensive car for you to steal. Anyway, after the 
cinematic, the game will be saved, and you'll have a new objective.

Game saved: 06-05 Fairplay-Lucas Bertone

New Objective (C): Steal the Lassiter parked near the Municipal building. 

The Municipal building is at the south end of Central Island. Take either the 
Giuliano or East Marshall Bridge over there, then head south. When you get 
close to the building, you should see the Lassiter parked outside. There are 
usually police officers wandering around here, so watch out. Once you're sure 
no one is watching, quickly run up and steal the Lassiter. Once the lock is 
picked, you're home free. Hop in the car, and you'll get your final objective.

New Objective (D): Return to Salieri's

From here, just make your way back to the bar. Don't worry about whatever car 
you brought here. Any of Ralph's cars that you take on a mission will 
automatically be returned to the garage when the mission ends. The only 
exception to this is if the car is completely destroyed (blown-up or sunk). 
Anyway, once you reach Salieri's the mission will end.

Tommy: (narrating) And so I made a few new friends and got my first luxury 
car. It didn't seem so bad being a gangster.

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (4)  | (A) Drive to the racetrack and find Frank          |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Drive to Lucas Bertone's                       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Steal the Lassiter parked near the Municipal   |
|                        | building                                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Return to Salieri's                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None. Lucas Bertone's mission is required this     |
|                        | (first) time. In subsequent levels, it will always |
|                        | be optional.                                       |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Note about resetting and note about Martin         |
|                        | Lichtenberg (above, in the race walkthrough)       |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Lassiter V16 Phaeton Yellow                        |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Lassiter Basic line available for use in           |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Lassiter V16 Phaeton                               |
|                        | Lassiter V16 Charon                                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #7 (a)
***********************************************************************[10-SAR]
********************************** S A R A H **********************************
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    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | As Tommy has gained respect from the neighborhood and    |
|                  | Don Salieri's "family," more and more people have been   |
|                  | looking to him for help. Most recently, Salieri's        |
|                  | bartender - Luigi - has asked Tommy to escort home his   |
|                  | daughter, Sarah. The last time, she was apparently       |
|                  | roughed up by some thugs. Tommy agrees to help take her  |
|                  | home.                                                    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A pair of "knuckle dusters" (brass knuckles) and a knife |
|                  | with a black grip and gold plating                       |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1932                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (cinematic only)                                   |
|                  | Sarah                                                    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Three:                                                   |
|                  | 07-01 Sarah-Salieri Bar                                  |
|                  | 07-02 Sarah-Moonlight Stroll                             |
|                  | 07-03 Sarah-Surprise                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

Game saved: 07-01 Sarah-Salieri Bar

[Cinematic]

(Tommy is sitting at the bar, having a drink.)

Tommy: (narrating) One evening, after a slow day, I was sitting alone at 
Salieri's and just drinking. Luigi came over to me and asked me if I 
wouldn't do him a favor.

Luigi: Hey, Tommy, you know my daughter, right?

(Tommy looks at the girl, who has previously been seen in some chapters 
working at the bar.)

Tommy: Yeah, Luigi. Nice girl. You must be proud.

Luigi: Thanks, Tommy. She sometimes helps out here behind the bar. Thing 
is, I don't want her to walk home alone tonight. Only yesterday, some 
stupid punks gave her some problems. You know with all that dirty talk and 
all that. You know I am worried about the girl, so I thought that maybe you 
could see her home. It's not far away... You're a gentleman, and you have a 
lot of respect in this neighborhood. Those punks wouldn't try anything with 
you around.

Tommy: No problem, Luigi. It'll be a walk in the park.

Luigi: Oh, Tom, you cannot imagine how grateful I am. Damn, I was worried, 
no one knows who these guys are! Come in for lunch tomorrow, and I'll do 
you something special... Sarah, come over here!

(Sarah walks over to Tommy and Luigi.)

Luigi: Sarah, this is Tommy.

(They shake hands.)

Luigi: He'll take you home and make sure those punks don't bother you 
anymore.

Sarah: Hello, thanks a lot. It won't take you long. I don't live very far 
from here. Let me get my coat and then we can go.

Tommy: Okay, I'll wait for you outside.

[End of cinematic]

After the opening cinematic and a short chat with Sarah, you will be in 
control of Tommy, right outside the Salieri Bar. Your game will be saved, and 
you'll have a new objective.

Game saved: 07-02 Sarah-Moonlight Stroll

New Objective (A): Escort Sarah on her way home.

This objective isn't at all difficult, at least at first. Just walk along with 
Sarah. You can try to keep pace (use the walk/run toggle or walk key), or just 
run circles around her. As Tommy and Sarah walk along, they'll talk a little 
bit. Again, all you need to do is just follow along with her. The real action 
won't start for a while. However, you will notice that you have knuckle dusters 
in your inventory. Go ahead and equip these, just don't practice using them on 
Sarah.

Sarah: It's really nice of you to be doin' this. Those clowns were really 
strange. I was really nervous.

Tommy: No problem, Paulie and I'll deal with those trouble-makers later...

Sarah: So, you also work for Mr. Salieri, don't you? He's a nice man, he's 
always a lot of fun.

Tommy: Yeah, I work for him sometimes. But we usually ain't laughing and 
havin' fun.

Sarah: So, what do you actually do?

Tommy: Hm, I usually just chauffeur the Don around. Even though he 
occasionally surprises me - like when he wanted me to drive in the race...

Sarah: Yeah, I saw that. You drove really well.

Tommy: Ah, I was just real lucky.

Sarah: You're so modest. It had to be more than luck to beat those guys.

Tommy: Well, I used to drive a taxi... and the only real racing I've ever 
done was the night before.

Sarah: There you go. You see, you got talent!

Tommy: Hmm... you might be right. Anyway, it wasn't too pretty. I don't 
like being in the spotlight.

Sarah will turn left into an alleyway. This is where the action begins. Some of 
the "punks" who attacked her earlier show up here. They seem unfazed by Tommy's 
threatening tone. A fight is imminent, so get ready.

[Cinematic]

Thug: Hey, lookee here! Who's the cute pair?

Sarah: There they are!

Thug: What's up? You were alone last night, darling, and tonight you have a 
boyfriend.

Tommy: Boys, I think it would be better if you'd just go away and not make 
any problems.

Thug: I think that the only one here with a problem is you, chief.

Tommy: If I were in your shoes, I'd leave right now. You never know what 
might happen.

Thug: We'll see, lover boy!

[End of cinematic]

Game saved: 07-03 Sarah-Surprise.

Sarah: Help! Help, we're being attacked!

After the cinematic, the three men will run towards you and attack with melee 
weapons. Sarah will run around, trying to hide as best she can. Though the 
thugs don't often attack her, if she dies, the mission will be failed. A very 
helpful secret here, that many people miss, is the plank. From where you are 
ambushed, right in front of you, there should be a board leaning up against the 
wall on your right. If you go up to it and hit action, you'll pick up the 
plank. This is a very effective weapon for this mission because it allows you 
to keep your distance from the thugs. 

As Sarah tries to flee, run after her, making sure to hit anyone who's trying 
to hurt her. In general, if you see her health going down, get over there and 
rescue her. Just hit her attacker a few times, and they'll probably focus their 
attention on you instead. Despite how that sounds, it is the result you want, 
since you can actually take these guys.

In the next area, you will be assaulted by even more thugs. Though you might be 
tempted to charge up full power swings, that isn't the best strategy here. 
Instead, what works best is to face your enemies and walk steadily backwards, 
continually swinging (no charge whatsoever). Assuming that no one is behind 
you, you should be hit very little, if at all, while still inflicting tons of 
damage on your enemies. After numerous hits, one of these thugs will drop their 
weapon, put their hands above their head, and run away. Don't bother chasing 
him, just focus on the guys still attacking you. As the crowd thins out, you 
can try charging some of your swings, though you certainly don't have to. After 
all the enemies run away, you can progress.

You should notice that Sarah has just stood up from where she was crouching. Go 
over to her and interact with the action button. She'll thank Tommy, and offer 
to look at his wound once they get to her apartment.

Sarah: Oh, thank you! If you hadn't been there I don't know what would have 
happened.

Tommy: That's okay, Sarah. Anytime.

Sarah: I was really scared, Tom. Are you okay? Come on, we're almost home, 
I'll take a look at you there.

From here, just follow her as she makes her way to her apartment. Just walk her 
the rest of the way home, and that'll be the end of this half mission. 

Sarah: I live alone right next door to pop. My mother left us not long 
after I was born. So, you work with Paulie too? He's really funny.

Tommy: Yeah, yeah. He's really funny. I always said that he could have been 
an actor.

Sarah: Sometimes he acts real strange, it's really creepy. I don't know how 
a person can change moods so suddenly. He must have gone through a lot in 
his life.

Tommy: Yeah, he's been around the block a few times. He grew up on the 
streets and everything rubbed off on him, maybe that's why he behaves kind 
of rough to strangers. He's real grateful to Don Salieri. Who knows what 
would have happened if he hadn't taken him under his wing.

Sarah: Yeah, Mr. Salieri even helped out my dad a lot. He's almost like a 
grandfather to me.

Tommy: Yeah, Don Salieri's a good guy.

(They arrive at her house.)

Sarah: Okay, here we are. Come inside.

[Cinematic]

Sarah: So this is my kingdom. Come in and take a load off, I'll have a look 
at your wounds.

Tommy: This is quite a kingdom.

(Tommy sits on the bed while Sarah takes first-aid materials from a 
cabinet.)

Sarah: Roll up your sleeves, sir, help is at hand.

(She sits next to him and checks his wounded wrist.)

Sarah: Well, let's have a look... Hmm... It doesn't look too serious...

Tommy: Yeah, yeah, that's true. They looked a lot worse than they are.

Sarah: Hmm... Hold on a second, I'll clean it.

(She cleans and bandages his wrist.)

Sarah: There you go, it didn't even hurt.

Tommy: Thank you.

Sarah: It's me who should be thanking you.

(They look at each other for a few seconds.)

Sarah: Would you care for a drink, Tom?

Tommy: Well, I could use a little whiskey, if you got it.

Sarah: Sure thing.

(Sarah goes to get the whiskey.)

Tommy: (to himself) This evening's gettin' interesting.

(Sarah comes back with a glass.)

Sarah: Here you go, hero! So, do you swing?

Tommy: What?

Sarah: Do you like dancing? Music? I have a gramophone.

Tommy: Yeah, I like music.

(She turns the gramophone on, comes back and kneels by the bed next to 
Tommy.)

Sarah: Are Salieri's men tough with everyone?

Tommy: We'll try to be gentle with people sometimes.

Sarah: Some of you, maybe... But only a few... And are you one of Salieri's 
tough guys?

Tommy: Only sometimes...

(Sarah sits on the bed next to him.)

Sarah: Well, I think you're a very good bad man...

Tommy: Sometimes I'm even a very bad good man.

(They kiss. Next, they are shown together in the bed.)

Tommy: (narrating) Sarah was an angel. I had a lot of girls before that, 
but that was something different. Very different. It was clear to me that 
if I was going to spend the rest of my life with someone, it would be with 
her.

[End of cinematic]

MISSION COMPLETE
    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (1)  | (A) Escort Sarah on her way home                   |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Note the plank found when Sarah and Tommy are      |
|                        | first attacked. It can help make the brawl much    |
|                        | easier.                                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission # 7 (b)
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   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | Though Tommy managed to get Sarah home safely, Don       |
|                  | Salieri is not pleased with these thugs in his           |
|                  | territory. He decides to send Tommy and Paulie to take   |
|                  | care of the leader of this gang. Not that it really      |
|                  | matters, but according to the game's numbering, "Sarah"  |
|                  | and "Better Get Used to It" are two parts of a single    |
|                  | mission.                                                 |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A Colt 1911 with three empty shell casings next to it    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1932                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie                                                   |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Frank (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Sam (ambient)                                            |
|                  | Vincenzo (ambient)                                       |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Big Biff (ambient)(new)                                  |
|                  | Billy (ambient)(new)                                     |
|                  | Johnny (ambient)(new)                                    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Four:                                                    |
|                  | 07-04 Better Get Used To It-Salieri Bar                  |
|                  | 07-05 Better Get Used To It-City                         |
|                  | 07-06 Better Get Used To It-Service Station              |
|                  | 07-07 Better Get Used To It-Chase                        |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(Tommy, Salieri, Frank, Paulie and Sam are having a meeting in the backroom 
of the bar.)

Tommy: (narrating) The very next day I told Salieri what happened with the 
punks. The gang of hoodlums had set up residence in his territory, causing 
trouble and scaring good people. Don Salieri was not pleased.

Salieri: What? In my territory? The nerve! And, on top of that, they attack 
defenseless women! Did anything happen to Sarah, Tommy?

Tommy: No, boss. She's okay... I took care of it.

Salieri: Good. Why the hell didn't Luigi say something? We could have taken 
care of this immediately. I won't stand for those chicken shits attacking 
people in my territory. Who do they think they are? They pay me for 
protection, so we've gotta get these punks and put them where they belong.

Paulie: Me and Tom'll fix it. Do those bastards think this is freakin' 
Luna park, or something? I'll rip 'em apart with my own hands.

Salieri: Paulie, Paulie, take it easy. Nobody's killing anybody, get it? I 
want you to teach them a lesson. Break every bone in their bodies and leave 
'em laying in a pool of their own blood. Make sure those bastards need 
wheelchairs. Little kids'll laugh at their busted faces. Let everybody see 
what happens when somebody trashes my territory.

Tommy: Sounds interesting, boss.

Paulie: That ain't a bad idea at all...

Salieri: We'll need to find out where they're located. Big Biff might know 
something. He's always standing around at Chinatown. Go find him and ask 
him.

Paulie: No problem, boss.

[End of cinematic]

After the opening cinematic, which is highlighted by an impassioned speech by 
Don Salieri, Tommy and Paulie will be sent to their informant in Chinatown. 

Game saved: 07-04 Better Get Used To It-Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Go to see Vincenzo and get a weapon
Find Biff in Chinatown and ask him where the hoodlums are hiding

Right off the bat, follow Paulie into the bar. You'll notice that if you talk 
to him, Luigi will thank you for helping Sarah (this is different from his 
usual response). 

Luigi: Tom, thank you! Who knows what would have happened if you hadn't walked 
Sarah home! I am indebted to you.

Walk around the bar and then into the back lot. Head outside and up the stairs 
to Vincenzo's workshop. Once there, Vincenzo will give you a baseball bat 
(supposedly autographed, not that it's of any relevance) and a Colt 1911. 

Vincenzo: Salute, boys! So, what'll it be today?

Paulie: We gotta give a few clowns a good beating, Vinny.

Vincenzo: The best bet would be these superb bats. This one here's 
autographed by one of the MVPs of the league.

(Vincenzo puts a bat on the table.)

Tommy: Wow, I can't believe it. Is this really his?

Vincenzo: Well... to tell you the truth it ain't. But if you're smashing 
someone in the face with it, they certainly won't question ya.

Paulie: We'll need some heaters too. You never know.

Vincenzo: My words exactly! I've got these Colt 1911s, great automatics.

Paulie: Thanks Vinnie.

Follow Paulie back out and down the stairs. You can go and talk to Ralph if 
you'd like, but he doesn't have any new cars for you. All he'll give you is a 
list of the ones you already have. If you'd like, you can click on one to have 
it removed from the garage. However, I seriously doubt that by this point, your 
garage is even half full. Anyway, take any of your cars and drive out of the 
lot. I'd really recommend the Phaeton. Not only does it look good, but it is 
the best car that you have, and the end of this mission is a car chase, meaning 
that its capabilities will be put to the test.

Once you're out in the city, your game will be saved. Your objective will also 
change, though it's only that the "Go and see Vincenzo and get a weapon" has 
been removed.

Game saved: 07-05 Better Get Used To It-City

New Objective (B): Find Biff in Chinatown and ask him where the hoodlums are 
hiding.

Up until this point, Chinatown has been closed off, and you were unable to 
drive there. However, it is now "unlocked," and it's time to make your way in 
that direction. Simply drive north, and you'll probably come upon one of the 
hills that lead up into the neighborhood. If you're having difficulty, just use 
your map. The fastest way to get there is to turn left from Salieri's, then 
turn left again into the alleyway where Sarah and Tommy were attacked in the 
previous mission. After going through to the next street, cut through the park 
and then take the hill north into Chinatown.

Once there, head to the center of the Chinatown square and park somewhere close 
by. There will most likely be a police officer around, so make sure to either 
have your fists or bat equipped (NOT your Colt 1911). Get out of the car, 
follow your compass and go up to Biff. Talk to him. 

Biff: Howdy, partners, how's tricks?

Paulie: Hey there, you fat bastard. We need a little piece of information.

Biff: What's goin' on?

Paulie: A gang of jokers have set themselves up in our territory and 
they're giving people a bad time. They messed with Luigi's daughter. If it 
wasn't for Tom here, who knows what they would've done to her. We need to 
know where they meet so we can give them a message from Don Salieri.

Biff: You came to the right place, Paulie. I know what's goin' on. A few 
people have already had problems with them, and they told me they meet at 
the old service station near the Terranova Bridge. It's a little ways from 
here. You can get there through a sort of side doors across the yard. Send 
them my regards, Paulie.

Paulie: Thanks, Biff. I owe you one. We gotta go.

Biff: Sure! Take it easy, boys!

During the conversation, Bill will tell you that the gang is located at the 
Service Station near the Terranova Bridge. This station is easy to find by 
compass or map. It's on the only street in Chinatown that isn't going exactly 
straight north-south or east-west (i.e. it's diagonal). 
 
New Objective (C): Drive to the old service station

Make your way over to the service station. Once there, get out of your car and 
Paulie will follow suit.

Game saved: 07-06 Better Get Used To It-Service Station

Paulie: I think this is the place.
				
Paulie: Let's do it! And remember, Tom, no shooting!

Remember, like Paulie said, you aren't allowed to shoot; you can only use melee 
weapons. Either kick the door open, or wait for Paulie to do it for you. Walk 
forward a bit and a small cutscene will occur. 

Paulie: Hey pal, Don Salieri sends his regards.

Thug: Go ahead, I'd really love to hear it!

As the first enemy runs towards you, a new objective will appear.

New Objective (D): Teach those bastards a lesson 

Throughout the first part of this mission, you will be fighting in an all out 
melee brawl. The techniques you used in "Sarah" will still work quite 
effectively here. However, since you now are fighting alongside a capable ally, 
you can implement a new strategy. Find someone who's busy fighting Paulie. 
Assuming that he's preoccupied with that task, you can easily circle around and 
knock him out with a single, fully-charged baseball bat strike from behind. 
Though Paulie will lose some life, it's a very fast-working strategy that 
should take down the gang with ease. You can try this technique on the first 
thug that you meet. 

Next, follow Paulie through the alley into another area. Here, there are four 
enemies, armed with a knuckle duster, fists, a crowbar, and a baseball bat. Do 
your best to avoid taking too much damage when dealing with these guys. Also, 
try not to get surrounded, as you'll quickly take a beating. Be even more 
careful that the enemies don't gang-up on Paulie, since he has no qualms about 
running straight into a group of them.

Like before, the strategy where you circle around an enemy who's distracted by 
Paulie will work wonders here. But don't think it only works one way. You can 
let Paulie use the same method to help you out. Once you're down to only two 
enemies, start walking backwards, keeping them following you. Paulie should be 
able to follow behind and take them out easily. Once they're all dead, continue 
on. You can collect their weapons if you like, but they won't do you much good 
for the rest of this mission.

In the next area, you will meet a (non-hostile) man who will give you some 
insight into this gang of thugs. 

Man: "Thanks, thank God you showed up. Finally someone's dealing with those 
bastards! The cops didn't lift a finger, because one of those punks is supposed 
to be the son of someone down at city hall."

The next part of this mission will be a gunfight, even though this was only 
meant to be a melee brawl. If you want to have a jump on the enemies, equip 
your Colt 1911 now, just don't fire. Climb the stairs, run straight forward, 
then jump down the other side.

As soon as you turn the corner, you'll see a man standing in front of you. 
Once he takes out his magnum, Paulie will quickly yell a warning.

Thug: Somebody stopped in for a tuning!

Paulie: Tom, those bastards have heaters! Forget the baseball bats, it's life 
or death.

From here on out, you're free to fire. Two more thugs - both with Colt 
Detective Specials - will climb over the wall a little to the right of the 
first man. Deal with all of these punks using your Colt or any other gun you 
pick up. Be sure to go slowly, and do your best to avoid being ambushed. Be 
careful as you turn the corner past the wooden shack to your left, because a 
thug is waiting in the alleyway. Here, use the third-person viewpoint to your 
advantage by seeing where your enemy is without exposing yourself to gunfire. 
When you're ready, peek out and kill this man. Hopefully, he'll be unable to 
hit you from medium-long range.
 
Retrieve all the weapons from the men you just killed and head towards the 
alleyway where that last man was hiding. Again, go slowly, as there is another 
enemy farther back in the alley. Go ahead and collect the Colt 1911 from the 
first man and the magnum from the second. There are two more thugs at the very 
far end of this alleyway. One has a Colt Detective Special, the other has a 
Model 10. Make short work of these guys with whatever weapon you choose. Once 
they're dead, a cinematic will begin. As soon as it's over, you'll have a new 
save and objective.

[Cinematic]

Thug: What are you tryin' to pull here?

Paulie: I'm trying to kick your ass out of this part of town!

(Paulie opens fire on them.)

Thug: These guys are mafia, Johnny! Let's hit the road!

(The two thugs get in the car and drive away.)

Paulie: Oh shit! Quick, get to the car! We gotta get 'em!

[End of cinematic]

Game saved: 07-07 Better Get Used To It-Chase

New Objective (E): Chase the escaping gang members

Quickly jump into your car (if you have the Phaeton, this part will be 
significantly easier) and give chase. Though you may think that time is of the 
essence, it really isn't. You'll only get a timer if you fall drastically 
behind the other car. As soon as you get close to it again, the timer will 
disappear. You are free to use one of your pistols to fire at the car, but it 
won't do much good, and you really don't want the police chasing you. It's 
better to just let Paulie do the shooting (and for some reason, the cops don't 
care about his gunfire). 

Continue to chase the car, doing your best to get near it, or even alongside 
it. The idea here is to make the car crash. If you can run it off the road, 
that's great. If not, just keep chasing the punks all around the city. The 
driver isn't very good and will eventually crash by himself, without needing 
your "assistance." Get out of the car and put a few rounds his head to trigger 
a cinematic and end this mission. If you can't manage to pull this off, don't 
worry. Just keep following the car and eventually, a different cinematic will 
play, though the outcome will be the same.

[Cinematic]

Paulie: Go and nail him!

(Tommy draws his gun and points it at the thug in the driver's seat, but he 
is hesitant to shoot. Paulie comes and shoots him.)

Paulie: You can't feel sorry for these animals. He'd shoot you in the back 
the first opportunity he gets.

Tommy: (narrating) I thought about what my mother or Sarah would do if they 
saw me there...

(Paulie walks towards the other thug, but he is apparently dead.)

Paulie: This one's finished. One less to worry about.

(Paulie sees that Tommy is still staring at the first thug killed by him.)

Paulie: Why are you standing here with that look on your face? Remember 
those guys wanted to do your girl yesterday. You better get used to it.

Tommy: I got used to it...

[End of cinematic]

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (5)  | (A) Go to see Vincenzo and get a weapon            |
|                        | Find Biff in Chinatown and ask him where the       |
|                        | hoodlums are hiding                                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Find Biff in Chinatown and ask him where the   |
|                        | hoodlums are hiding                                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Drive to the old service station               |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Teach those bastards a lesson                  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Chase the escaping gang members                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | There are two different endings to this mission,   |
|                        | though they both have the same outcome. If you     |
|                        | follow the fleeing punks for the last part of the  |
|                        | mission, a cinematic will play showing a dramatic  |
|                        | chase through Little Italy, finally ending when    |
|                        | the punks slam into a wall. Tommy stands over      |
|                        | them, hesitating, but Paulie fires unflinchingly.  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | On the other hand, if you run the enemy car off    |
|                        | the road and gun down the punks, the chase ends    |
|                        | prematurely. A similar cinematic plays, showing    |
|                        | Tommy hesitate and Paulie kill the punk, but the   |
|                        | specifics are slightly different.                  |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | The strategy with the baseball bat and Paulie      |
|                        | (described in the walkthrough)                     |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | New Freeride Options unlocked:                     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Location: City-Night                               |
|                        | Location: Countryside-Night                        |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #8 (a)
***********************************************************************[10-WHO]
****************************** T H E   W H O R E ******************************
*******************************************************************************

    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | In this mission, Tommy will be sent to Hotel Corleone to |
|                  | eliminate a woman who is thought to be an informant      |
|                  | against Don Salieri. Because of her secrets, many        |
|                  | members of Salieri's "family" have been killed. Tommy    | 
|                  | has been assigned to silence her. He is also tasked with |
|                  | killing the manager of the hotel and destroying his      |
|                  | office to send a message to anyone considering           |
|                  | switching sides (i.e. leaving Salieri to join Morello).  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A crumpled piece of black lingerie                       |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1932                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Frank (cinematic only)                                   |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Michelle (cinematic only)                                |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Three:                                                   |
|                  | 08-01 The Whore-Talk With Frank                          |
|                  | 08-02 The Whore-Hotel Corleone                           |
|                  | 08-03 The Whore-Rooftops                                 |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | One:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (30 health) In the small room behind the receptionist |
|                  | in the main lobby of the Corleone hotel - This is the    |
|                  | same room that has the key to the director's office.     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(Tommy and Frank are walking on the street near Salieri's Bar.)

Frank: Your last mission didn't exactly work out, Tom. Your killing 
everybody means a lot of problems for us.

Tommy: They tried to rape Sarah! The cops oughtta thank me...

Frank: I know, but the one you let get away will make trouble.

Tommy: What, we didn't let anybody get away! They're all dead!

Frank: One lived, they pulled him out of the car wreck.

Tommy: Shit...

Frank: The one you killed was the son of a city councilor, the mayor's 
friend and Morello's accomplice. And the one who lived will go crying to 
the councilor. Daddy didn't exactly love his son, but in these cases a 
person can remember a lot of good things... By the way, his funeral's 
today...

Tommy: Pity I can't make it...

Frank: You're lucky that second one didn't know who you are and couldn't 
give you up. But that's not why I sent for you. Tom, I have quite a 
delicate job for you today. C'mon, let's get in the car.

(They get in a car parked on the street in front of the bar.)

Frank: An owner of one of the businesses, which the Don has invested a lot 
of money in, has suddenly decided to forget his obligations and he has 
taken up with Mr. Morello. It seems that Morello is trying to test our 
limits. We're not going to play his game.

Tommy: So what's goin' down?

Frank: We're going to blow the place up.

Tommy: What? What kind of joint is it?

Frank: A hotel. Er... that is... it's a brothel, Tom. But no regular 
whorehouse, it's a place for classy society types.

Tommy: And I have to knock 'em all off?

Frank: Of course not... We'll just liquidate the owner and blow up his 
office. That should be enough of a warning for others.

Tommy: 'We' means 'me', right, Frank? I take out the owner and I blow up 
the hotel.

Frank: Exactly, and there's one more thing. One of their girls is passing 
information about our activities to Morello. We'll need her eliminated, 
too.

Tommy: Frank... I have to kill a woman?

Frank: Worst luck, huh? Here's a photo of her.

(Frank shows Tommy a photo of the girl.)

Tommy: She's cute, and she looks familiar. Are you certain this is her?

Frank: Unfortunately, yes. Her big mouth has lost us a pile of money and 
some of our people.

Tommy: Why don't Paulie or Sam do it?

Frank: We know the place in and out. They'll be dead before they can get it 
together.

Tommy: Hmm, so what's the plan?

Frank: It's Downtown, the Corleone Hotel. Find the boss and shoot him. You 
can do it in public, it'll be a warning. Then, take care of the girl. The 
owner's office is on the top floor. Grab any documents and money you find 
there, and then set up the explosives. You won't have time for much else.

Tommy: This won't be no picnic.

Frank: I know, but if we don't take care of this now, we're next in line.

Tommy: Maybe you're right.

Frank: The weapon and explosives are here in the car. Tom, good luck.

[End of cinematic]

After your conversation with Frank during the cinematic, you'll be in control 
of Tommy. As usual, the game will be saved and you'll have a new objective.

Game saved: 08-01 The Whore-Talk With Frank

New Objective (A): Drive to the Corleone Hotel

Right off the bat, you'll start with a Colt 1911 with a full clip and three 
additional magazines (28 rounds in all). Also, if you didn't take the Falconer 
back in "Molotov Party," you will now have learned how to steal one. The 
Corleone Hotel, which is your destination for this mission, is in southern 
Downtown. Take the Giuliano Street Tunnel or the West Marshall Bridge to 
Central Island, then take the East Marshall Bridge downtown. Once there, follow 
your map/compass to the hotel. Just go north about two blocks after you get off 
the bridge. Once there, hit the action button at the front doors to load the 
interior. When you're inside, the game will be saved, and you'll have new 
objectives.

Game saved: 08-02 The Whore-Hotel Corleone

New Objective (B): Kill the manager
Search the hotel to find and kill the prostitute Frank mentioned
Steal the documents and set the explosives in the Directors office

Note: Although you can attempt the first two objectives in any order, I'd 
recommend that you start by killing the manager. If you deal with the whore 
first, then end up dying against the manager's bodyguards, you'll have wasted 
time with the other objective. Instead, make sure you can survive the firefight 
with the gangsters, THEN move on to the whore. That's the order I'm going to 
describe, anyway.

Open the doors in front of you and head forward into the main foyer of the 
hotel. Go up to the desk and speak with the clerk there. 

Tommy: Afternoon. Where would I find the manager, please?

Proprietor: He's in the hotel restaurant having lunch, sir. It's just 
through those doors. He's the man in the white suit.

Tommy: Much obliged. By the way, I'm looking for the girl in this photo. 
She works here, do you know where I could find her?

(Tommy shows the proprietor the photo of the prostitute.)

Proprietor: And who are you? A shamus, or vice? Naw, I've never seen her 
before. If you wanna enjoy yourself, choose from one of the girls down 
here.

Tommy: Well, I'm no shamus. I just need to talk with her.

Proprietor: Like I said, never seen her. So be kind enough to get out and 
don't make no problems.

Tommy: Watch the mouth, old-timer. I ain't used to it...

Proprietor: Me neither, and my two-headed sawed-off from just under the 
counter was saying that your behavior is not acceptable, so I advise a 
slow, cool exit.

Tommy: Hmmm... I'll remember you...

After getting these instructions, head through the doorway to your left, then 
down the hall and through another area. Finally, you should end up in the 
dining room. 

Here, in the dining room, the hotel manager is having lunch. He is the man in 
the white suit, sitting at the table on the right. If you look across the room, 
you will see the manager's bodyguard sitting down at a table near him. Make 
your way around the manager and get ready for a major firefight. 

Tommy: This is the way everybody ends up when they sell out to Morello.

Manager: What do you mean? What's your business here? Help, there's some 
nut here! Deal with him, somebody! Get him out of here! Shoot him!

Draw a weapon and quickly kill the manager (it should only take a few shots).

Manager: Wha... wha... who... who... sent... eghrr ech... sent you? Argh... 
why? Arrgghh...

Note: If the manager runs off before you can kill him, don't worry. You'll get 
another even easier/better chance to deal with him later. So don't bother 
restarting the mission for that reason.

After that, try to kill the manager's bodyguard across the room as quickly as 
you can. After a short while, more gangsters/bodyguards will stream through the 
doors towards you. Use whatever weapon you please to take them out. Then make 
your way back to the hotel's entrance. Be careful when maneuvering past the 
sailor in the next room. Though he may seem scared and harmless, sometimes when 
you turn your back, he'll pull out a Model 10 and start firing at you. It may 
seem heartless, but just kill him. It'll save you the trouble of keeping an eye 
on him later.

Make your way back to the foyer, but be wary of the desk clerk. His sawed-off 
shotgun can kill you very quickly if you're not careful. Once he's dead, go 
around the desk and into the small room behind it. "Use" the key rack to pickup 
the key to the director's room. There is also a health cabinet here, which will 
heal you 30 points. If you're lower than 70 health, you might as well use it.

After this part is over, it's time to search for "the whore." Head up the 
staircase to the second floor. There will be a few enemies here, possibly 
one with a sawed-off shotgun. Again, exercise caution when dealing with them. 
Once this is complete, head up the stairs to the third floor, still killing 
anyone in your way. At the top of the stairs, turn right through the 
glass doors. Then continue right down the hallway. Take one more right around 
the corner and go to the first door that has a mat outside. Open it, and a 
cinematic will commence. 

[Cinematic]

Prostitute: Aaa... what... Tom?

(Tommy suddenly has a flashback and remembers that she is the woman who 
congratulated him in the bar upon winning the race.)

Tommy: Michelle?

(He takes another look at the photo.)

Michelle: What's going on? What are you gonna do? What do you want from me?

Tommy: I'm sorry, Michelle, but I heard that a bunch of people got knocked 
off because of your talk and someone lost a lot of dough. You're dangerous 
to us.

Michelle: It, it... it isn't true. It couldn't be true! Tom! Wait! I... 
I... didn't know I had... hurt anyone. I wanted to help my brother...

Tommy: (narrating) I knew it, this could only happen to me, a total screw-
up... I can't just kill a young girl... A young naive fool who wanted to 
help her own brother... Probably a real bastard... On the other hand, is it 
worth gettin' killed over it?

Tommy: Get dressed and get out...

Michelle: Thank you...

Tommy: This place is gonna blow in a little while. I don't wanna see you in 
this town again... Nobody can see you here anymore.

Michelle: Thank you so very much...

Tommy: In this town you're dead. Go away and never show your face here 
again... Get it?

Michelle: I promise you will never hear about me again.

[End of cinematic]

After the cinematic has ended, you'll have only one objective remaining. 
Continue up the small flight of stairs onto the fourth floor. Turn right 
through the glass doors and you should see a wooden door on your left marked 
"Director." Prepare a good weapon (the sawed-off shotgun would work very well 
here), crouch down and open the door. There will be an enemy right in front of 
you. Make sure that you shoot first, and he'll probably go down while you take 
no damage at all. Also, if you let the manager get away, he'll be cowering here 
in this room. Just kill him with whatever weapon you want. 

Run up to the desk and press the action button to pick up the documents, then 
place the explosives. As you've probably noticed, the fuse isn't that long. Run 
out the door and down the hall. A cinematic will occur in which Tommy leaps to 
the nearby rooftops just as the bomb goes off, obliterating the top floor of 
the hotel. He remarks: "Just regular work..."

After the cinematic, "The Whore" [part 2] will load (different loading screen). 
Immediately, the game will be saved, and you can be on your way.

Game saved: 08-03 The Whore-Rooftops

From your starting location, run forward and then turn to the right. You will 
see a small pathway between the two buildings on your right. Also, there is a 
large black fire escape that goes both up and down the buildings. After the 
explosion in the hotel, it's not that surprising that the police are on their 
way. From here you will almost certainly pick up the sound of their sirens. 
However, you should continue undeterred.

Head up the fire escape. At the bottom of these stairs, five cops will start to 
climb up towards your position. Also, there is a single officer armed with a 
Thompson, standing on the street. You can either rush down the fire escape and 
try to kill all the officers, or head up and try to ambush them. You also can 
just try to avoid them altogether, although they will chase after you. Whatever 
your choice of actions, head up to the top of the fire escape.

Up here, the path will fork. Going to the left leads to another rooftop, but is 
otherwise a dead end. However, this can be a useful place for killing the 
police if you choose to do so. When you're ready to progress, head to the right 
from the top of the stairs, around the building and through the door. Continue 
up the stairs and through the next door, and you will find yourself on a new 
set of rooftops.

Go forward here and climb up on the ledge. While still standing on the ledge, 
turn left and climb up to the ledge of the higher rooftop (the two ledges make 
a T-intersection). From this highest rooftop, turn right and head 
forward to the end. Climb on the ledge at the far end and leap to the one that 
is about five feet in front of you and ten feet lower. 

Once you've reached this area, you will notice that you are being fired upon, 
though it's unlikely that you'll immediately be able to identify the source. 
Actually, there are a few cops at the far end of the rooftops who are shooting 
at you. They're mostly harmless, except for the officer who's wielding a 
Springfield rifle. Though slow, it can deal massive damage if he manages to 
hit you with it. To move on, head forward, down to the lower roof in front of 
you, then left and over the ledge to an even lower rooftop. 

From here, head forward and then slowly turn to the right. You should see a 
series of platforms that looks somewhat like a small set of stairs. If you edge 
out next to this corner, you should be able to see the officer with the 
Springfield, thanks to the 3rd person camera. Also, another five officers, 
armed mostly with Colt Detective Specials, will be on the ground in this area. 
Carefully dispatch them, making sure to take adequate cover to protect 
yourself from the sniper. 

Once they're taken care of, try to kill the Springfield-toting cop using 
whatever weapon you feel most comfortable with. Slowly edge towards his corpse, 
carefully watching the wall to your left. At some point, you should notice two 
more officers on this rooftop above you. You should be able to kill them by 
taking shots at the small bit of their head that is exposed when they stand up. 
Using this method, they will be unable to fire at you, but you can still hit 
them (in the head, no less). Also, don't worry too much about getting hurt, 
because there's a health cabinet coming up very shortly (in the next part, 
which technically is considered a new mission).

To move on, head to where the Springfield officer used to be. Head across the 
rooftops 20 or 30 feet away from him. On your left, you should see a staircase 
much like the fire escape at the beginning of the level, except made out of 
wood. Stand on the ledge and jump down to it. If you go all the way up the 
stairs, you can reach the top of the building where the men were just shooting 
at you. If you have difficulty with my head sniping method mentioned above, it 
might be easier to simply go up the stairs and face them in a more traditional 
manner. When you're ready to progress, use the stairs to reach the middle 
level, move around the building, and a cinematic will occur, leading you to the 
next mission.

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (2)  | (A) Drive to the Corleone Hotel                    |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Kill the manager                               |
|                        | Search the hotel to find and kill the prostitute   |
|                        | Frank mentioned                                    |
|                        | Steal the documents and set the explosives in      |
|                        | the Directors office                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Head-sniping method for the rooftops               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Falconer line available for use in Freeride (see   |
|                        | Cars section for more information):                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Falconer                                           |
|                        | Falconer Yellowcar                                 |
|                        | Falconer Gangster                                  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (Note: The Falconer line may already be unlocked,  |
|                        | depending on your actions in Mission 3: "Molotov   |
|                        | Party.")                                           |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #8(b)
***********************************************************************[10-PRI]
***************************** T H E   P R I E S T *****************************
*******************************************************************************

    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | This mission takes place immediately after the events    |
|                  | of "The Whore." They play one after another, so that     |
|                  | they really feel like a single long mission as opposed   |
|                  | to two shorter ones. Here, Tommy tries to escape from    |
|                  | the rooftops by heading into a church. Unfortunately, as |
|                  | luck would have it, he runs smack into the funeral for   |
|                  | Billy, the punk that Paulie killed in "Better Get Used   |
|                  | to It." Suffice it to say that Tommy isn't exactly on    |
|                  | good terms with the family and friends of the deceased.  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A traditional catholic rosary: A silver necklace with a  |
|                  | cross on the end                                         |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1932                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Billy (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Johnny (ambient)                                         |
|                  | Councilor (unnamed)(cinematic only)(new)                 |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Two:                                                     |
|                  | 08-04 The Priest-Surprise                                |
|                  | 08-05 The Priest-Escape                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | One:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (100 health) At the start of the mission you'll find  |
|                  | this health kit on a wall between the two different      |
|                  | flights of stairs. It's hard to miss, but if you do,     |
|                  | you'll regret it.                                        |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

Game Saved: 08-04 The Priest-Surprise

Interestingly enough, you don't have an objective for most of this mission. 
Then again, it's pretty obvious what you need to do: Kill everyone. Anyway, 
Once you begin, head down the stairs in front of you. After descending for a 
few seconds, you should notice a health cabinet in front of you. This cabinet 
will refill you to full (100) health, regardless of how injured you are from 
the previous mission. Unless you already have very high health, or are simply 
being foolish, USE THE CABINET. Once you're done, proceed down the next flight 
of stairs. Once you reach the door at the bottom, a cinematic will play.

[Cinematic]

(Looking through the curtain, Tommy sees a priest giving a speech at a funeral 
ceremony. Right next to the priest, the councilor's son killed by Tommy and 
Paulie lies in a coffin. It is apparently his funeral, which Frank mentioned 
before the mission.)

Priest: ... and was taken from us unexpectedly. The Lord awaits his flock 
with opened arms and those such as Billy are awaited in the heavenly realm.

(Tommy sees Billy's father and crying mother on a front bench.)

Priest: Billy was a good son, brother and friend. We will all remember him 
in that light and pray for his salvation, since he did so much good. And 
now Billy's friend, who was with him during the last moments of his short 
life on this Earth, would like to say a few words. Come, my son!

(The thug who was with Billy stands up and comes to give his speech.)

Thug: Thank you, father... You know, I wanted to pay my respects to Bill 
today and to tell him that I considered him as my own brother, and that his 
death was a great loss for me. I was present at his death...

(The priest approaches the curtain and sees Tommy.)

Priest: Huh? Er... What are... that is, how...

(The thug also sees Tommy.)

Thug: THAT'S THE ONE! THAT'S THE BASTARD WHO KILLED BILLY! GET HIM!

(Most of the men on the benches take out their guns and the councilor and 
his wife leave.)

Man: Get down, father!

[End of cinematic]

Once the cinematic is over, you'll be plunged into a major firefight. 
Immediately back up and hide behind the door, using it as cover. You should 
take out the gangster standing closest to you as quickly as possible. Once he's 
down, slowly edge out and scan the benches on the left for another gangster. 
From a crouched position, you should be able to get a few bullets in his head, 
which is certainly enough to kill him. 

Continue to inch your way out of the doorway and aim for another gangster 
crouching near the benches on the right. Once he's down, take out a powerful, 
accurate weapon. If you picked up the Springfield in the previous mission, 
it will help significantly here. Edge out a couple more inches from the 
doorway and aim all the way to the right, up about 15-20 feet. You should 
see the pulpit off to your right. Inside is a gangster, who you should try to 
kill as quickly as you can. Once he's down, run to the pulpit, but stay behind 
it. Carefully peek out, and look high up in the rafters at the far end of the 
church. A gangster with a Thompson will be there, firing at you. Use whatever 
accurate weapon you have to dispatch him. Don't be too concerned about the 
threat he poses, because at that range, he's not very accurate. After that, 
there should only be one more enemy, who's probably hiding at the other end of 
the church. Take him out. 

After all the enemies are dispatched, four more gangsters, armed with pump-
action shotguns, will rush in through the front door. You can try to close in 
on them and beat them to the punch with your own shotgun, or you can keep your 
distance and hit them with small-arms fire. This is the preferred strategy, 
since at long range, their shotguns will not be nearly as effective. Whichever 
method you chose, make sure that all the gangsters are dead. Once this is 
complete, another cinematic will play.

[Cinematic]

(Tommy hears someone behind him and turns, pointing his gun in that direction. 
It is the priest.)

Priest: Oh, it is only I... my son, don't shoot, I am unarmed...

(Tommy lowers his gun.)

Priest: What have you done, my son? Such suffering for nothing! God is 
forgiving, but this is terrible... Don't you know murder is the greatest 
sin?

Tommy: I... know, father... but somehow everything got fouled up. I made a 
mistake somewhere... So many people have died without reason. They could 
have done much more with their lives...

(He pauses for a second.)

Tommy: Father, these people were criminals, cheats, murderers. The one 
lying in the front wanted to rape my girl. Maybe God wanted it this way. A 
lot of people will have an easier life because of this.

Priest: Yes, the Lord works in mysterious ways... But what about you? You 
can look yourself in the face? Your hands are stained with blood that 
you'll never wash off.

Tommy: I know that, father...

Priest: Look around you! Such a waste! We'll have to consecrate the church 
again! Everything is shot up! I can't let my parishioners in here! What am 
I going to do?

Tommy: Maybe this'll help?

(Tommy gives him some money.)

Tommy: Pray for my soul, father. I'll need it.

Priest: I will, my son. I certainly will.

(Tommy walks away and then pauses.)

Tommy: By the way, father... Your little speech about Billy... I'm 
wondering about your conscience... Billy wasn't such a good person, and he 
didn't do good when he was alive...

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 08-05 The Priest-Escape

New Objective (A): Return to Salieri's

Once you're outside of the church, you will immediately notice that you have a 
handcuff sign (arrest warrant) and a wanted bar. Run forwards down the 
steps. A Hearse, or rather, a Lassiter V16 Charon, is parked out in front. 
Go ahead and get into it, as it's unlocked. Make your way back to the Salieri 
bar, but be careful about the police. You might want to get rid of your wanted 
bar by hiding or stealing another car. After that, drive back to the Salieri 
Bar to end this double mission.

MISSION COMPLETE

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| Objective Summary (1)  | (A) Return to Salieri's                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Falconer Blue                                      |
|                        | Lassiter V16 Charon Black (if you took it from     |
|                        | outside the church and drove it back to Salieri's) |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Bolt V8 line available for use in Freeride (see    |
|                        | Cars section for more information):                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Bolt V8 Coupe                                      |
|                        | Bolt V8 Fordor                                     |
|                        | Bolt V8 Roadster                                   |
|                        | Bolt V8 Touring                                    |
|                        | Bolt V8 Tudor                                      |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
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[Cinematic]

1938

(Tommy and Detective Norman are talking in the cafe.)

Norman: You must be joking, right? How could you get through this?

Tommy: Now it was really bad. Billy's pop, the council man, wasn't very 
happy with us, and he was in bed with Morello's. Without the mafia's help, 
he wouldn't have got his seat. He also started to mobilize the police. So 
we now had both the mob and the police against us.

Norman: Ah, come on...

Tommy: Hey, both sides benefited from it. The police could look good in the 
fight against crime and at the same time get fat pay-offs from Morello, who 
they left alone. And with the help of the police, Morello could eliminate 
his greatest competitor. An ideal situation, and things were going bad for 
us. Salieri lost a bundle, and I wasn't doing too good after all that 
killing. It started to seem, that there was no point to anything, that I 
should enjoy everything as much as possible and quickly while I still had 
the chance, when it's so easy to lose your life. Maybe that's why Paulie 
and me started drinking.

Norman: You weren't fallin' apart maybe?

Tommy: My life was just a trail of murders, crimes and alcohol. If Frank 
hadn't helped me out I would have ended up worse. It was weird, but 
suddenly he came to me and wanted to help.

(Frank is seen walking out of the bar. Tommy is standing next to a car 
outside.)

Frank: Could you give me a ride home, Tommy?

Tommy: Sure, Frank, get in.

(They get in the car and Tommy starts to drive.)

Frank: So, how's life, Tommy?

Tommy: Yeah, going okay, just... just... oh, nothing...

Frank: I heard you and Paulie are living it up, you two are getting pretty 
well-known around town.

Tommy: Just something to do with our money.

Frank: If you don't want to end up a wreck, Tom, find some meaning in your 
life.

Tommy: What? You want to preach to me about a sense of life?

Frank: I've seen a few good guys who couldn't deal with their problems and 
they end up real bad. Usually somebody knocks you off for your money, or 
maybe you go nuts and all your buddies and pretty dames disappear. Anyway, 
the Don doesn't want drunks with trembling hands working for him. Those 
kind of people just bring problems. If you don't watch out, the next thing 
you know, your best friend kills you without blinking an eye.

Tommy: What should I do then?

Frank: Come on, be yourself! Maybe invest the dough in some kind of 
investment. I could give you a few tips. Give up the partying. Go to the 
races with the Don on Sundays. Try taking a dame to the theater, or at 
least the movies. There's a lot of things you can do.

Tommy: And who should I take, Frank? A decent girl doesn't want a killer.

Frank: You know, a policeman will 'murder' to uphold the law... you enforce 
our laws. It's the same thing, we're just on the other side of the fence. 
You're not a murderer, Tom, but still, your wife mustn't interfere with 
your business. Remember, never take the job home, it just brings trouble.

Tommy: And where would I find a woman for me, Frank?

Frank: I thought that you had something with Luigi's daughter, Sarah. I 
think she's a wonderful girl. But you alone know best how far it'll go with 
her.

Tommy: I'm not going to endanger somebody like Sarah, Frank...

[End of cinematic]

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Mission #9
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| Overview         | In this mission, Tommy and Paulie are sent to a farm     |
|                  | outside of town to get the latest shipment of Canadian   |
|                  | whiskey. Sam should already be out there, loading the    |
|                  | trucks. But once Tommy and Paulie get to the farm, they  |
|                  | sense that something isn't right.                        |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A large crate that says "Canadian Whiskey" and has a     |
|                  | maple leaf printed on the side                           |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1933                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie                                                   |
|                  | Sam                                                      |
|                  | Frank (cinematic only)                                   |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Lucas' friend(unnamed)(ambient*)(new)                    |
|                  | [*Note that you never actually see Lucas' friend]        |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Eight:                                                   |
|                  | 09-01 A Trip To The Country-Salieri Bar                  |
|                  | 09-02 A Trip To The Country-City                         |
|                  | 09-03 A Trip To The Country-The Farm                     |
|                  | 09-04 A Trip To The Country-Saving Sam                   |
|                  | 09-05 A Trip To The Country-Return Journey               |
|                  | 09-06 A Trip To The Country-The Warehouse                |
|                  | 09-07 A Trip To The Country-Lucas Bertone                |
|                  | 09-08 A Trip To The Country-Lucas Bertone 2              |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | Two:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (30 health) At the farm, the building opposite the    |
|                  | barn has a health cabinet next to the stairs. This is    |
|                  | the same building in which Paulie gets the crowbar.      |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 2. (30 health) In the barn where Sam is, a health        |
|                  | cabinet is directly in front of the stairs on the second |
|                  | floor.                                                   | 
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
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WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

1933

Tommy: (narrating) One day Frank asked me to stop by at the bar. He said he 
had a little job for me, so, of course, I showed up.

(Tommy is seen walking towards Frank in the backyard of the bar. It is 
nighttime and it is raining.)

Frank: Tom, we've got two trucks full of the best liquor coming in from 
Canada. Sam's gone out to the hand-off point to meet them. They're at an 
old farm outside of town and we need to get the shipment to the city. I'm 
sending two trucks out, Paulie's going with one of them. I want you to go 
with them and keep an eye over everything. Just to make sure it all goes 
smoothly. Get a car from Ralphy, and join up with Paulie over at our 
warehouse. Paulie'll give you some weapons when you get there.

Tommy: Okay, Frank.

[End of cinematic]

After the short opening cinema and basic overview of your mission, you'll be 
in control of Tommy with (big surprise) a new save and objective:

Game Saved: 09-01 A Trip To The Country-Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Meet Paulie at the warehouse

Although you could just take off on your own, it's advisable that you go and 
check in on Ralph. He's inside the garage, deeply pondering...something... 
possibly about the gutted car in front of him. Snap him out of his trance, and 
he'll lead you to the Bolt V8 Roadster parked outside.

Tommy: So what have you got for me today, Ralphy?

Ralph: Hey T... Tom, I have h... here a new machine for you. It has 65 
horsepower and if you put your foot down, it'll go over 75 miles per hour.

(Ralph takes him to a Bolt V8 car.)

Ralph: Th... they put a new l... lock on it, but it ain't no p... problem. 
Here watch...

(Ralph picks the lock of the car.)

Ralph: S... see, it's real easy! You can t... take this car, or something 
older, wha... whatever you want.

Tommy: Thanks, Ralphy.

After the usual routine of showing you how to open it, you'll now be able to 
pick the lock of/carjack any Bolt V8 on the street. That means that you now 
have the complete Bolt line finished and fully unlocked. Anyway, take the 
Roadster, or any other car in the garage, and head out into the city.

Game Saved: 09-02 A Trip To The Country-City

Your objective will still be the same once you leave the bar. You need to head 
to the warehouse, which is just north of Hoboken. I'm pretty sure that by this 
point, you know the city well enough to be able to find your own way there. 
However, you should be aware that from this mission on, the Terranova bridge is 
open, and you can use it. Here, you might as well, since it gives you the 
fastest and most direct route to the warehouse. But then again, who says you're 
in a hurry?

[Cinematic]

Paulie: Hey, Tommy. We're goin' to a farm outside of town to pick up a 
couple o' truckloads of good booze. We wanted you with us in case of any 
trouble, but it should be real easy. You won't really have to do nothing, 
just be there. The boys'll load up the trucks and we'll come back. Sam is 
already there waitin' for us, so probably be drinking most of it before we 
even get there. I'll do the drivin'. The cops have been paid off, so 
there's nothing to worry about.

Tommy: Looks like I could've just stayed home and slept.

Paulie: Hey, if I gotta be up, you gotta be up.

Paulie: Let's go.

(The game will now load the countryside.)

Paulie: This is the life, total ease, countryside, no stress. You know, we 
oughta do this more often.

Tommy: Better in the daytime...

Paulie: Haha, I think you'd rather be with Luigi's little girl, Sarah, 
right? That's your nightshift, he he...

Tommy: Lay off... What d'you know about it?

Paulie: Same way as everybody else knows! Heck, even Luigi knows that 
you're chasing her. I figure he ain't too bothered, you saved her virginity 
after all... he he he... But I bet you stole it right back, hm?

Tommy: Shut up, Paulie! I didn't know you were there?

Paulie: Ah, c'mon, Tom! I'm kidding, she's a good girl. You're good for 
each other.

Tommy: I ain't so sure. Somehow, I can't imagine coming home and saying: 
"Guess what, Sarah? Had a hell of a day at work today, I had to kill ten 
people."

Paulie: You can't talk about stuff like that at home. If you don't act like 
the way they describe you in the papers and you're good to her, she'll 
ignore all that crap. Hey! Hehe, she is loaded!

Tommy: So it seems normal to you to hide who you really are from your own 
wife your whole life?

Paulie: Don't worry so much...

(Tommy and Paulie reach the hand-off point on the perimeter of the farm, 
but there is no one there)

Paulie: Dammit...

Tommy: What's going on?

Paulie: Sam should be waiting here, but he isn't.

Tommy: It smells fishy.

Paulie: Look, we'll wait here with the trucks, you'll go quietly check out 
what's going on.

Tommy: Thanks for the confidence...

Paulie: Here's some toys to take with you.

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 09-03 A Trip To The Country-The Farm

New Objective (B): Find out what happened to Salieri's men and the alcohol 
shipment

After the cinematic, you'll arrive fully loaded (with a pump-action shotgun and 
Colt 1911) at the farm. Cross the bridge, then follow the path ahead of you, 
past all the small shacks on either side. Continue straight, past the large red 
barn on your left. The path will split at a T-intersection. From here, you 
should be able to see the truck parked nearby. Walk over to it, and get ready 
for some action.

[Cinematic]

(When Tommy opens the door to the cabin the driver falls out dead.)

Tommy: Jesus!

Man: Your friend is fallen sick.

(Two armed men appear behind Tommy. Alarmed, he turns to face them.)

Tommy: Who are you? Are you from the police?

Man: Mr. Morello and the sheriff would like to send their regards and 
inform you that from this point on, they'll be taking over your duties 
here.

(Tommy shoots one of the men with his shotgun. The other man tries to shoot 
him but he dodges the bullet.)

[End of cinematic]

While I like to think that good instructions can lead a player through any 
situation, in this case, that simply isn't true. No matter how skilled you are, 
there is a reasonable chance that the millisecond the cinematic ends, you'll be 
hit by a lucky shotgun blast. You can choose to load the save and try again, or 
simply keep playing with a large dent in your health. Whatever the case, 
immediately fire at the two men in front of you, and then the third around the 
corner. Use cover as necessary and don't stop until they're all dead.
 
New Objective (C): Return back

From here, you need to make your way back to the trucks at the entrance to the 
farm. While the area seemed like a ghost town on the way in, you will have to 
face a gauntlet of foes on the return journey. Enemies will pop up out of 
almost every window and doorway as you fight to rejoin Paulie. Although you 
might be tempted to just run towards the trucks, that's a surefire way to get 
yourself shot to death. Instead, take it slow, carefully and methodically 
killing everyone in your way. Try to hit the shotgun-wielders from long 
distance with your Colt 1911, and only use your own shotgun if you can get the 
drop on a nearby foe. Once you arrive back at the entrance, Tommy will explain 
to Paulie what's going on, suggesting that Sam may be inside the barn.

Tommy: They're all dead.

Paulie: What?

Tommy: The truck crew, out there in the back, they wasted them.

Paulie: What? What about Sam, did you see him?

Tommy: No, I didn't see him. But the barn was locked. He might be in there.

Paulie: We ain't leavin' without him. We have to go back and get him.

Tommy: Okay, we'll go back, but we gotta find a crowbar or something so we 
can break open that barn door.

Paulie: Okay. Let's go. You boys stay here for now and watch the trucks. 
Waste anyone who gets within a hundred yards. Besides us, of course!

Gangster: Okay, boss.

Now that you're teamed up with Paulie, make your way back down the road. If you 
killed everyone on your way to the trucks, everything should be clear. If not, 
you may have to mop up a few survivors. But with Paulie's help, that shouldn't 
be difficult at all. When you reach the barn, you'll find that it's locked. 
Turn 180 degrees around and go in the building in front of you.
 
Paulie: Come on, there must be something in this barn to force this door 
open.

Here, you'll have to face a few enemies in close quarters. However, they aren't 
too hard, especially with Paulie's help. Also, there's a health cabinet right 
next to the stairs that will heal you 30 points. Make your way up to the second 
floor, eliminating anyone who gets in your way. At the top, Paulie will grab a 
crowbar that's laying around. Return back down and head over to the red barn.

Paulie: I'll force it open, then we'll run in. We gotta keep each other 
covered, okay?

(Paulie forces the door open with the bar.)

Paulie: Let's go!

Game Saved: 09-04 A Trip To The Country-Saving Sam

New Objective (D): Save Sam

As soon as Paulie kicks the door open, be ready for a fight. There are two men 
on the ground floor armed with a pump-action shotgun and Colt 1911. From the 
doorway, you should also be able to kill a man on the second level. Continue up 
the stairs, being careful of the man positioned right behind you. Just ascend 
while facing backwards, and you should be able to beat him to the punch. Right 
at the top of this staircase is another health cabinet, again worth 30 points. 
Keep going up to the third level, where you will find Sam.  

Paulie: Jesus, what have they done to you? You still in one piece?

Sam: Eh... Just in the wrong place at the wrong time again, I guess...

Paulie: Can you walk?

Sam: Probably not too good.

Paulie: Okay, hang on, I'll get the truck. We'll get you to the doctor. 
You'll make it! Sam! Tom, wait here with him, I'll be back in a second.

(Paulie leaves.)

Tommy: It'll be okay, Sam. We've gotten through worse.

Sam: Sure... We have?

(The sound of a vehicle is heard after a while.)

Tommy: Paulie's coming.

Sam: Tom, I don't think that's no truck...

Tommy: Shit!
 
After Paulie leaves, focus your attention out the main window here. Like Sam 
says, those aren't your trucks. Two police cars will pull up outside. 
Immediately begin firing at the officers with your Colt 1911. Don't be 
concerned if you don't kill many of them though, because you'll get a much 
easier chance very shortly. Once you back away from the window, the remaining 
officers will come through the door and up make their way up to your location. 
Position yourself right behind the stairs so that when they come up, they'll 
have their backs to your loaded shotgun. Fire away until everyone is dead. 

Paulie: What the hell's goin' on here? Tom, are you alive? Get out here and 
help me!

Head down to the ground floor, and out towards the cars to have another talk 
with Paulie.

[Cinematic]

Tommy: Christ, that was a massacre!

Paulie: This is one hell of a night.

Tommy: It looks like they want to get us completely out of the picture.

Paulie: Yeah? Well, that ain't gonna be so easy. Is Sam okay upstairs?

Tommy: Yeah, he's okay. At least he isn't any worse.

Paulie: Okay, I'll get him. You keep watch here.

(Paulie goes into the barn.)

Paulie: Sam! It's me, Paulie! C'mon, we're goin' home.

Sam: UUUGH, we're goin' to the doctor... I ain't feelin' so good... I must 
be coming down with something...

Paulie: Hmm, I guess so, your nose is runnin' a little.

(Paulie comes out of the barn carrying Sam.)

Paulie: Sam, I'll put you in the back. Tom will be with you, just in case.

Sam: Okay.

Paulie: Tom, go with him and keep an eye out. There's a Thompson if you 
need it.

Tommy: Got it.

(As Paulie puts Sam in the back of the truck, Tommy sees the headlights of 
more cars coming towards the farm.)

Tommy: Paulie, it looks like we got more company.

(Paulie gets out of the back of the truck.)

Paulie: There's a Thompson and some ammo back there. Get behind those 
crates and watch out. Fire as soon as they get behind us. MAKE SURE THEY 
DON'T GET PAST US!

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 09-05 A Trip To The Country-Return Journey

Now it's time for a little change of pace. This segment can be quite 
difficult, especially if you don't know what to do. Also, it's significantly 
harder if you don't have much health. Anyway, you're in the back of the truck 
with a Thompson, while enemy cars are in hot pursuit. You need to take out 
these gangsters before they can kill you or overtake your truck. There are two 
ways to make the vehicles stop. You can shoot out their engine or you can shoot 
out their driver. The engine is a much larger target, but takes quite a few 
bullets before rupturing. The driver on the other hand, will die with only a 
few well placed shots, but he's difficult to hit, especially given the 
Thompson's accuracy, the nighttime visibility, and the fact that you're 
shooting from the back of a moving vehicle. Personally, I prefer to shoot the 
enemy driver, but feel free to use whatever method works best for you. 

About five to ten seconds after you take one of these cars out, another will 
appear off in the distance. If you kill the gangsters at a normal pace, you 
should have to fend of three or four cars before you finally reach the city 
limits. Just remember, shoot the engine or the driver. Keep your health high, 
and watch your ammo consumption. 

[Cinematic]

Paulie: We're here. Tom, get Sam ready, I'll go wake the doc up.

(Tommy lifts Sam.)

Tommy: Sam, we're at the doctor.

(Paulie knocks on the doctor's door. It opens after a few seconds.)

Doctor: God, is that you, Paulie? What are you doing here so late?

Paulie: Good evening, doc. I'm sorry, but we had an accident.

Doctor: Okay. Where is he? Bring him inside.

Paulie: Okay.

(Tommy brings Sam inside, and then he and Paulie get in the truck and drive 
away.)

Paulie: That was our doctor, he doesn't ask questions and Sam is in good 
company.

Tommy: Are you sure that he isn't just an untrained butcher?

Paulie: Definitely not! He is the best! The best paid doctor in the city. 
If you get hurt, you will be thankful that we have him.

Tommy: Okay, I hope he'll do his best for Sam.

(They reach the warehouse and get out of the truck.)

Tommy: Uff... At least that's all over. We could have all ended up a lot 
worse off than Sam did.

Paulie: When I catch that bastard who double-crossed us, I'll tear his head 
off.

Tommy: It looks like someone has had enough of us.

Paulie: It sure does. I don't know about you, but I'm goin' to get a shot 
of something. When the Don finds out what happened there'll be hell to pay! 
This means a real war. And it ain't good.

Tommy: It certainly ain't.

Paulie: All right, so good night, Tom. Have a good night, or at least, try 
to have one.

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 09-06 A Trip To The Country-The Warehouse

New Objective (E): Return to the Salieri bar, alternatively, you could visit 
Lucas Bertone on the way.

If you just want to end the mission and move on, simply drive back to 
Salieri's bar. Skip the next few paragraphs in this guide and start reading 
again at the entry for Mission 10. However, if you'd rather get a bonus car 
from Lucas Bertone, keep reading.

Head down to Lucas' auto shop by the Giuliano Bridge. Once there, simply 
drive up to the door, get out, and go talk to Lucas. 

Lucas: Ahh! Tommy, you've come like a gift from heaven! A stoolie just 
called me and said that the cops wanna pick one of my friends up! Hey, we 
gotta let him know as fast as possible. He lives in a house in Hoboken. 
Could you go and warn him?

Tommy: Okay, Lucas.

Game Saved: 09-07 A Trip To The Country-Lucas Bertone

New Objective (F): Warn Lucas' friend

Like Lucas said, his friend lives in Hoboken. So quickly run back to where you 
parked your car, get in, and race over there. Although it's not that far, your 
time limit isn't exactly generous. Your destination is a small house located 
smack in the middle of Hoboken. I'd advise that you head south down the main 
street from Lucas' shop, cut east across the center of Downtown, and then drive 
along the southern border of Hoboken. Next, turn left on the middle street, and 
drive north to the building marked on your map. Once there, get out of your car 
and go knock on the door in front of you. 

Man: What is it? What do you want this time at night?

Tommy: Lucas Bertone sent me! You gotta disappear, the cops will be here 
any minute!

Man: Shit! Thank Lucas for me! And you too, of course! I better go out the 
back so no-one sees me. Goodbye.

Tommy: Good luck.

After you warn Lucas' friend, the cops will probably arrive on the scene. Just 
get back in your car and return to Lucas'. The cops aren't a problem, despite 
the appearance of the two shotgun-wielding officers covering the door. Just 
don't attack them, and they'll leave you alone.

New Objective (G): Return to Lucas Bertone's.

Once you get back to Lucas, he'll thank you, and then give you the scoop on the 
new Ulver Airstream. As usual, you'll learn how to steal one as soon as he 
finishes showing you. He'll also point you to a house in Oakwood where you can 
procure one of your own.

Lucas: So what?

Tommy: Fine, went well. He thanked you and then quickly disappeared.

Lucas: Ah, thank God! Hey, I have a reward for you, Tommy.

(Lucas shows an Ulver Airstream car to Tommy.)

Lucas: Hey, this is totally new. It's a little different than those other 
cars. It's the first line of cars with an aerodynamic form. Hey, they look 
pretty sharp to me, but many people don't like 'em. The main thing is that 
it purrs like a kitten. Yeah.

(Lucas picks the car's lock.)

Lucas: And you can snag one easy. You just stick this wire in here, boom, 
that's it! One guy who lives in Oakwood has the same model. He parks it in 
front of the garage next to his house, eh.

Tommy: Great, thanks.

Game Saved: 09-08 A Trip To The Country-Lucas Bertone 2

New Objective (H): Steal the car in Oakwood

Leave Lucas' shop and get in your car. Make your way southeast to Oakwood. It 
doesn't really matter how you get there, since there's no time limit. However, 
the fastest and most logical route would be to follow the larger main streets 
and arterials as much as possible, and to only go on minor side streets when 
you have no alternative. The house that you're aiming for is only a block or so 
south of the circle/roundabout in the middle of Oakwood. Pull up somewhere near 
the house and start picking the lock on your new car. Unlike in the previous 
Lucas mission, there isn't anyone here who's deliberately looking out for the 
car, so you can steal it unhindered. Once you're done, just head back to 
Salieri's in your new ride to finish the mission.

New Objective (I): Return to Salieri's

Just make your way back. There really isn't much more to say about your 
return. I'm pretty sure that you can find your way there with little or no 
trouble.

MISSION COMPLETE

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   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (9)  | (A) Meet Paulie at the warehouse                   |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Find out what happened to Salieri's men and    |
|                        | the alcohol shipment                               |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Return back                                    |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Save Sam                                       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Return to the Salieri bar, alternatively, you  |
|                        | could visit Lucas Bertone on the way.              |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Warn Lucas' friend                             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (G) Return to Lucas Bertone's.                     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (H) Steal the car in Oakwood                       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (I) Return to Salieri's                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | Lucas Bertone's optional side-mission to steal an  |
|                        | Ulver Airstream Fordor                             |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Notes about the drive back from the farm           |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Bolt V8 Roadster Blue                              |
|                        | Ulver Airstream Fordor Yellow                      |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Schubert Extra Six line now unlocked for use in    |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Schubert Extra Six Fordor                          |
|                        | Schubert Extra Six Tudor                           |
|                        | Schubert Extra Six Police Fordor                   |
|                        | Schubert Extra Six Police Tudor                    |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Ulver line unlocked for use in Freeride (see Cars  |
|                        | section for more information):                     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Ulver Airstream Fordor                             |
|                        | Ulver Airstream Tudor                              |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #10
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   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
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/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | Even after the fiascos in the previous few missions, it  |
|                  | seems that Salieri can't get any relief. He has just     |
|                  | discovered that Frank - his right hand man - has         |
|                  | betrayed the family and given their financial records to |
|                  | the police. Though perplexed by this sudden change of    |
|                  | heart, Don Salieri regretfully sends Tommy to liquidate  |
|                  | his childhood friend.                                    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A sawed-off shotgun with two shells next to it           |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1933                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Frank                                                    |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Vincenzo (ambient)                                       |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Big Biff (ambient)                                       |
|                  | Little Tony (ambient)(new)                               |
|                  | Idiot Joe (ambient)(new)                                 |
|                  | March (ambient)(new)                                     |
|                  | Alice (ambient)(new)                                     |
|                  | Carlo (new)[only mentioned]                              |
|                  | Stan (ambient)(new)                                      |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Eight:                                                   |
|                  | 10-01 Omerta-Salieri Bar                                 |
|                  | 10-02 Omerta-City                                        |
|                  | 10-03 Omerta-City 2                                      |
|                  | 10-04 Omerta-The Airport                                 |
|                  | 10-05 Omerta-Frank                                       |
|                  | 10-06 Omerta-An Act Of Grace                             |
|                  | 10-07 Omerta-Lucas Bertone                               |
|                  | 10-08 Omerta-Lucas Bertone 2                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | Two:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (100 health) At the airport terminal where you have   |
|                  | your first shootout of the mission, there is a health    |
|                  | cabinet on the wall opposite the counter. You could use  |
|                  | immediately following the gunfight that takes place, but | 
|                  | it might be better to save it for later.                 |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 2. (50 health) In the building where Frank's family is   |
|                  | waiting for him, there's a health cabinet on the wall    |
|                  | behind them. By the time you reach this area, you might  |
|                  | as well use the kit, even if it's only to top off your   |
|                  | health.                                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(Tommy and Salieri are talking in the backroom of the bar.)

Salieri: Yesterday was the worst disaster we've had! We lost eight men, the 
whole shipment and Sam can't even stand up. This is a war and we're in a 
hell of a fix! He's already got the prosecutor on his side, and he's 
digging up a load of dirt on us. He's also pretty close to the councilor 
whose boy you knocked off, Tommy, so he's got the cops after us.

Tommy: They ain't got nothing on us.

Salieri: That's where you're wrong. Yesterday Frank handed over all our 
account books. The prosecutor is having a field day.

Tommy: Dammit!

Salieri: Frank wouldn't be out for blood, but he doesn't seem to mind too 
much if I go to jail for life. Those account books will give the prosecutor 
a truckload of evidence for the case against us, but without Frank it'll be 
for nothing. We've got to liquidate Frank...

Tommy: You mean hit him? You tryin' to tell me I've gotta knock Frank off?

Salieri: More than twenty years I've known Frank. All I got, I got with 
him. But Frank broke the Omerta. I don't know why, but he must have his 
reasons. And we've got our own reasons to rub him out and get those books 
back. Otherwise, we'll do time. And plenty of it.

Tommy: Whatever you want, boss. If there ain't no other way...

Salieri: There isn't! I figure today's our last chance to do something 
before they move Frank out of our reach.

Tommy: What do you want me to do?

(Salieri puts the photos of two men on the table. One of them is Big Biff.)

Salieri: First, find these men and find out where they've got Frank. 
They're good stoolies. They have connections with the cops and in the court 
house, one of them is sure to know. You already know Big Biff's from 
Chinatown, and Little Tony's always loafing on the island near the museum. 
Then, track down Frank. Whatever you do, don't kill him till he tells you 
where those books are. Capisci?

Tommy: Got it.

Salieri: Frank's going to have protection, you'll have to knock them off 
first. Once you know where the books are, kill him.

Tommy: Okay, boss, whatever you want.

Salieri: Good luck, Tommy. Get a gun from Vincenzo and a car off Ralphy. 
And remember, if you don't do this right, we're done for.

(Tommy leaves.)

Salieri: (to himself) Goddamit, what have you done, Frank? You were a 
brother to me.

[End of cinematic]

Right off the bat, your game will be saved, and you'll have a new objective.

Game Saved: 10-01 Omerta-Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Find Frank and acquire the account books, then kill him.

Head out of the bar and into the back lot of Salieri's. As usual, pay a visit 
to Vincenzo and Ralph so you can get some firepower and some wheels. Vincenzo 
will give you a Colt 1911 and the deadly Lupara, otherwise known as a sawed-
off shotgun. 

Tommy: Hello, Vince. I guess you know why I'm here.

Vincenzo: Right... What can you do? Frank knew what would happen.

Tommy: What do you got for me?

(Vincenzo puts a Colt 1911.)

Vincenzo: A Colt 1911 should be enough, but here's a sawed-off as well.

(He brings a sawed-off shotgun from the cabinet.)

Vincenzo: In Sicily they call it a Lupara. When they find someone shot by 
one of these babies, everyone knows the deal. Unfortunately, this is the 
perfect situation to use it. It's got a short range, but it covers a lot of 
real estate. You can't miss.

Tommy: I'd never thought that I'd meet with Sicilian tradition like this.

Head back outside and find Ralph, who should be underneath a Bolt 
Model B, tinkering around. He'll get up, give you a few stuttered words, then 
lead you to your new car. 

Tommy: What've you got for me today, Ralphy?

Ralph: Hey T... Tommy, I got a new car. Just a bit better than that V8, has 
80 horsepower. Pretty good little machine.

(Ralph takes Tommy to a Schubert Extra Six car and shows him how to pick 
its lock.)

Ralph: They changed the locks a bit, but they're no problem when you're in 
the business.

Tommy: Thanks, Ralphy.

As usual, after Ralph shows you how, you'll be able to open any Schubert Extra 
Sixes that you find in the city. This is quite a useful ability, as this car 
becomes a rather common sight on the streets in the next few missions. Anyway, 
you can choose to take the Schubert Extra Six Fordor or any other car in your 
garage. Whatever your choice, hop in and drive out into the city.

Game Saved: 10-02 Omerta-City

You already know your first contact - Big Biff - from the mission "Better Get 
Used to It." Just as before, he likes to hang out around the central square in 
Chinatown. Go north from the bar and head to Biff's location. Unlike in "Better 
Get Used to It," Biff is now on the sidewalk slightly north of the main square. 
Go up and ask him about Frank. Unfortunately, it seems that he doesn't know 
anything. He does, however, recommend talking to a different contact: Little 
Tony.

Tommy: Greetings from Mr. Salieri, Biff. We need to know where the cops've 
got Frank.

Biff: Sorry, Tommy. I don't know nothing about it. Pay Little Tony a visit, 
he's 'like this' with the cops. 

Little Tony can be found outside the city art gallery at the south end of 
Central Island. Since you're in Chinatown, taking the Giuliano Street Bridge 
would be the fastest route to get over there. Then, simply take the main 
arterial south until you reach the bottom of the island. Get out at the museum 
and talk to Little Tony. Unfortunately, he also seems to be short of critical 
information. Luckily, just like Biff, Tony passes you on to another contact: 
Idiot Joe. 

Tommy: How are you, Tony? Mr. Salieri needs to know where the cops are 
holding consiglieri Frank and Big Biff suggested you might know something.

Tony: Hey there, Tom. Look, I don't know where they've got Frank exactly, 
but I do know there's a scumbag that's been blurtin' stuff, something about 
Frank and the cops the other day. They call 'im Idiot Joe, 'cos he's a 
complete idiot. He hangs out on the lot under the bridge. You'll know him. 
He's completely bald.

Tommy: Great, Tony. I owe you one.

Little Tony tells you that Idiot Joe hangs out under the bridge, but isn't 
much more specific than that. As a matter of fact, Idiot Joe is within a couple 
hundred feet of Lucas Bertone's auto shop on the east side of the river 
(downtown). Once you get close to the group of people standing under the 
bridge, the game will be saved and you will be reminded of your objective 
(though it doesn't change).

Game Saved: 10-03 Omerta-City 2

Remember how Little Tony said that Idiot Joe was "the bald one." Well, go up 
to the bald man standing there, and talk to him. At first he denies 
everything, saying his name is Pete. If you keep trying to talk to him, he'll 
accidentally let slip that he is in fact Joe (as if it wasn't obvious that he 
was lying to begin with). However, no matter how much you try to interrogate 
him, he refuses to say anything about Frank. 
 
Tommy: Hey there, you Joe by chance?

Joe: Got the wrong guy, I'm Pete.

Tommy: Well, then I'm George.

Joe: Sorry to hear that.

Tommy: Say, ain't you got a twin brother by the name of Joe?

Joe: My brothers ain't none of your business.

Tommy: Well... I gotta talk to somebody named Joe damn quick.

Joe: Don't know that fella.

Tommy: I ain't gettin' through to you, it's pretty damn important.

Joe: What's important is that you gotta scram!

Tommy: Take it easy. I ain't leaving till I find out where Joe is.

Joe: That's tough, George. Mom used to always say: Joe, don't go talking to 
strangers or taking their candies!

Tommy: What did I tell you, JOE!

Joe: Go screw yourself.

Tommy: I wanna know where the fuzz's got Salieri's consiglieri Frank and 
you're my man.

Joe: What nut told you that, I dunno shit. Jeez.

Tommy: Don't try and rile me, Joe. Just remember real quick.

Joe: Christ, I told ya I dunno anything about it, buck. Just scram.

Tommy: You wanna play hardball, huh? Spill it!

Joe: Buzz off!

Tommy: COME ON, Joe!

Joe: Go to hell.

Tommy: Where's Frank, Joe?

Joe: You deaf or what?

Well, Idiot Joe sure is an idiot to be so rude to an up-and-coming Mafioso such 
as yourself. Use your fists to start smacking Joe around. After a few blows to 
the head, Joe decides that it's better to cower in fear and tell you 
everything. It turns out that Frank is being held near the tennis courts in 
Oakwood and is being moved to Europe if he complies with the prosecutor's 
demands.

Joe: Okay, okay already, you win, man. You win! For Christ's sake, stop 
hitting me, I'll spill the beans.

Tommy: I'm all ears...

Joe: Frank and those bastards agreed that if he gave the account books 
they'd pack him off to Europe. You'd better move it, he's probably leaving 
today. They've been holding him in some joint opposite the tennis courts in 
Oak Alley. That's all I can tell ya. Now leave me alone, you rat!

Tommy: You've been a big help, Joe. Next time get to the point a bit 
earlier.

Get back in your car and make your way east to Oakwood. Head to the southeast 
corner of the neighborhood and follow your map/compass to Frank's house. 

[Cinematic]

Tommy: It looks like I'm at the right place.

(At that moment, Frank walks out of the house, accompanied by a few police 
agents. They get in the car and drive away.)

Tommy: Jesus, that was close! They must be worried about Frank if they're 
driving him around in an armor-plated car. I'll follow them and see where 
they are headed.

[End of cinematic]

After the cinematic, you'll get a new objective.

New Objective (B): Follow the car carrying Frank.

You better step on it, because that car isn't going to wait for you. Try to 
maintain visual contact with the Lassiter, watch where it goes, and follow it. 
It's really not that difficult, even though the traffic can often get in your 
way. When the car goes through a construction zone, watch out. A large truck 
will pull in front of you, blocking your path. Either go around or smash 
through, and continue your pursuit. Eventually, the car will drive north into 
the country from the road at the northeast corner of New Ark. Keep on it as you 
drive through the countryside, and the car will eventually turn left into the 
airport. Follow it there, and get ready for some action.

Game Saved: 10-04 Omerta-The Airport

New Objective (C): Get rid of the guards, acquire the account books from 
Frank, and then liquidate him.

Right after the small cutscene ends, immediately move to the right, or you 
risk being run over by the car that brought Frank here. Slowly edge up 
towards the building in front of you. Inside are four gangsters armed with Colt 
1911s, S&W Model 10 M&Ps, and even one with a Thompson. If you lean out into 
the doorway, you should be able to get a few shots off at the gangster to your 
right who's hiding behind a wall. If you go a little farther in, you should 
also be able to hit the enemy behind the counter. Take your time, and feel free 
to run back outside if you're taking too much fire. 

After these two are dead, edge out slightly farther into the doorway and try 
to kill the last two gangsters. Be especially careful of the one wielding the 
Thompson. Use the pillars as cover and try to fire when he's reloading or caugh 
off-guard. Alternatively, use the other door (the one just a few feet away) to 
enter the terminal at a different angle, possibly giving you a better shot at 
the remaining gangsters.

Once they are all dead, Frank will run outside with his escorts. Collect all 
the ammunition and weapons from the dead gangsters and get ready for some more 
action. Also, even though there's a health cabinet in here, I wouldn't 
recommend using it just yet (unless you're severely injured).

As you exit through the rear doors of the terminal, continue out onto the 
airstrip. If you didn't kill everyone in the previous area, you will be 
attacked by three more Thompson-wielding gangsters. You can try to get in close 
and use the sawed-off shotgun, or retreat into the terminal to take cover. In 
reality, you aren't supposed to fight them here. If you had killed all four 
gangsters in the terminal (who are all dressed in black, whereas these escorts 
are dressed in a light brown/khaki color), they would have left with Frank.

Anyway, head out onto the airstrip. Look in front of you, and you should see a 
green flatbed truck heading your way. Follow the truck until it stops, and 
you'll see a man gets out. Even though he's only armed with a crowbar, this guy 
is MAD. Contrary to what I said in an earlier version of this guide, having no 
weapons equipped does not necessarily make him ignore you (though this 
sometimes happens anyway). Just take the guy out and steal his truck. 

Drive through the hangar on the left (the one without a plane in it), and 
you'll notice plenty of gangsters. While you could easily have a massive 
shootout here, using the crates as cover and expending hundreds of rounds of 
ammunition, I find it much easier to use the truck. Short of the windshield, 
almost no bullets can enter through the vehicle to hit you. Furthermore, it's 
high off the ground, making you an even smaller target, and it weighs easily 30 
times as much as one of the gangsters. Essentially, I'm recommending that you 
run them over. Simply accelerate towards them, wait until they try to dive out 
of the way, and use the handbrake to quickly spin your front or rear sideways, 
crushing them. If you've played a Grand Theft Auto or Halo game, you should be 
familiar with the concept. 

If you can, I'd actually recommend running them over backwards, because then 
there's an even smaller chance of you getting shot (since the back of the truck 
is all they'll be able to hit). Now I've read in other guides that you should 
try to perform drive-by shootings instead of just running people over, but this 
method has never been as effective for me. That said, if you're still having 
trouble, feel free to try it out. Just be careful that you don't stay idle for 
too long, as one of the gangsters will usually take such an opportunity to pull 
you out of your truck.

Of course, everything's not going to be perfect. You'll probably have a 
gangster who hides in a place too narrow for your truck to reach. In this 
situation, just get out and shoot him. Anyway, when you've killed them all, 
keep driving through and continue through the back of the hangar. Be prepared 
to face some more gangsters in the next area. Again, you can run them over, 
shoot them, or use a combination of these two strategies. Whatever you do, kill 
them all, then head over to the parking lot. Gun down the last few stragglers 
here, then walk over to the pole, where you'll find Frank. 

[Cinematic]

Frank: Tom...

Tommy: Frank, the Don sent me, and you know why.

Frank: I know why... I know...

Tommy: I don't get what happened to you, I thought you were my friend. I'd 
never guessed that something like this would happen... Why the hell did you 
do it?

Frank: Tom, I couldn't go on this way. Too many people have died lately and 
I don't have the stomach for it. It used to be different with the Don in 
the old days. Maybe I'm just getting too old. Tom, this is a war and I 
don't want to fight anymore. I got a child and I thought I'd finally get 
some peace.

Tommy: You couldn't have done this some other way? You didn't have to sell 
us out!

Frank: They came for me and I had to surrender. They have my wife and 
daughter, Tom. And if I don't give them the books, they'll kill them. 
Before we used to solve things like men. You, Paulie or Sam would get them 
back, but I can't take that risk this time. I don't want to lose them, Tom, 
I can't live without them. They told me if I did what they wanted they'd 
release them and send us to Europe, where we'd start again.

Tommy: COPS! The cops are blackmailing you and want to kill your family?

Frank: Ever since you and Paulie killed that Billy kid, the cops and 
Morello have been working hand in hand. That councilor, the kid's father, 
got where he is thanks to Morello. Morello wanted to get me to talk and the 
police would then liquidate the Don. Both sides would then get what they 
wanted.

Tommy: I'm afraid the situation has changed somewhat. Where are the books, 
Frank?

Frank: I haven't got them, Tom.

Tommy: You handed them over already?

Frank: No, no, Tom. I'll tell you where they are, if you get my wife and 
daughter back. We were supposed to wait here at the airport, so they must 
be holding them somewhere around here. Kill me after if you want, just make 
sure they get out of this city alive.

Tommy: Fine, but you'll have to give me those books first, Frank.

(Tommy straps Frank to a lamp-pole with handcuffs he has taken from a dead 
agent.)

Tommy: Sorry, but they're in case you're lying.

[End of cinematic]

After the cinematic, you'll have a new objective and save game, just like 
always.

Game Saved: 10-05 Omerta-Frank

New Objective (D): Find Frank's family.

Head forward from your current position, then go around the corner to the left. 
There will be some gangsters here, so be careful. Don't worry if you're low on 
health, because you'll have plenty of healing opportunities soon. Anyway, go 
right, up the stairs, and into the small building. You should see a couple 
hugging in front of you. Turn left and you should see a woman, a girl, and a 
man making a phone call. If you listen to the man, you'll realize that he's 
calling the police. Now remember what Frank said about the police and Morello? 
Essentially, if you let that man finish his call, you'll have a full squad car 
of shotgun-toting cops waiting for you back at the terminal. So what do you do? 
Kill the man before he can finish calling for help. After that, talk to the 
woman standing nearby, who turn out to be Frank's wife. 

Tommy: Are you Frank's wife?

March: Oh, you've come to save us. I am indebted to you... Where is Frank?

Tommy: He's here. Wait here, I'll be right back.

Before you leave, take a look on the wall and you'll see a health cabinet. Even 
if you have more than 50 health, I'd advise using it, since you won't be in 
this area much longer. After speaking with March (Frank's wife), return to 
Frank, free him from his handcuffs, then lead him back to his family. 

[Cinematic]

March: FRANK! Oh, good grief, I was so afraid! Thank God you're alright!

Frank: Thanks, Tom. They promised they'd give me plane tickets when I gave 
them the books. Those tickets must be here somewhere. Could you try to find 
them?

Tommy: Okay, I'll do that, Frank. Wait here for me. I hope you ain't 
planning no funny business.

[End of cinematic]

After their reunion, head back outside with your new objective.

New Objective (E): Find and bring the plane tickets for Frank's wife and 
daughter.

Though the game doesn't tell you, the tickets are on the counter in the 
airport terminal (where you had the first shootout). You can walk back if you 
like, but it's much faster to steal a car from the parking lot and drive there 
instead. If you opt for the former, watch out for a sniper with a Springfield 
on top of the red and white radio tower. Make your way back to the terminal 
however you choose. 

If you didn't kill the man on the phone, you'll have a rather unpleasant 
reunion with some very angry, shotgun-wielding cops. If you take a while to get 
to the terminal, the officers will be set up outside (on the tarmac). In this 
case, it is possible to sneak in the back entrance, take the tickets, and 
leave. On the other hand, if you beat the cops to the terminal, you may be able 
to run in the main (tarmac-side) entrance, grab the tickets and run out of 
there before the cops start shooting. But honestly, why bother? Just follow my 
advice from before - kill the caller in the previous segment - and you'll have 
nothing to worry about. Head into the terminal and collect the tickets, which 
are on the counter, then return to Frank. He and his family are standing 
outside the building, waiting for you. Talk to Frank to begin a cinematic. 
After it's over, you'll have a new objective.

[Cinematic]

Tommy: Here you go, Frank.

(He gives the tickets to Frank.)

Frank: Thanks, Tom. Let me say goodbye to March and Alice and then we'll 
sort out this business.

March: Frank! You aren't flying with us? What, what...

Frank: I can't, March. Tommy and I have a very serious situation here that 
we must sort out. Right, Tom?

Tommy: Frank, just tell me where the books are and go with them.

Frank: What? How would you explain it to the Don?

Tommy: Forget about it, that's my problem. Where are the books?

Frank: I'll never forget this... Here is the key to a safe box in the First 
National Bank downtown. The books are there. Take it, Tom.

(Frank gives Tommy a key.)

Tommy: Thanks.

Frank: And Tom... Thanks for everything you've done for us, I'm indebted to 
you. And tell the Don I'm sorry for the way things had to end.

Tommy: To the Don, you're dead, Frank. If he finds out you're not, then 
this isn't finished. Now just go.

March: Tommy, I'll never forget how you helped us, God bless you.

Alice: Goodbye, mister!

Frank: And don't forget what I told you in the car that time.

(Frank leaves with his family.)

Tommy: (narrating) In the end your best friend kills you. Frank told me 
that in the car. And now it was me who was meant to kill a friend. Only I 
didn't do it. Don't do to others what you wouldn't want them to do to you, 
or however they say it. And I didn't want Paulie to knock me off anytime 
soon. I may have given him a reason to do just that today. I brought it on 
myself. I just hope he likes me as much as I like Frank. 

[End of cinematic]

New Objective (F): Collect the account books from the bank in Downtown.

As Frank specifies in the cinematic, the building in question is the First 
National Bank of Lost Heaven. Make your way back to the terminal. Use the 
health cabinet if you haven't done so already, since you won't be returning 
here for quite a while (not in this mission, at least). Somewhere along the 
way, procure a car. It's really up to you; it shouldn't matter what you choose. 
After that, head back out into the countryside, where your game will be saved.

Game Saved: 10-06 Omerta-An Act Of Grace

From here, just head back into Lost Heaven and into the Downtown neighborhood. 
Follow your map/compass to the First National Bank and "use" the front doors of 
The building to trigger a cutscene in which Tommy locates the books. 

Tommy: (narrating) Frank didn't lie, the briefcase with the account books 
was in the safe box. It was no problem getting it.

Your mission is now over, if you so choose, but Lucas Bertone is still 
available for a side-mission.

New Objective (G): Return to the Salieri Bar, alternatively you could visit 
Lucas Bertone.

Like always, I'm assuming that you are doing the Lucas Bertone mission. If 
not, simply drive back to the Salieri Bar and pick up with this walkthrough on 
the next mission ("Visiting Rich People"). Head over to Bertone's auto shop 
near the Giuliano Bridge, and go have a word with Lucas. 

Lucas: Hello there, Tommy! How's it going?

Tommy: Fine and you?

Lucas: I'm great, but some bouncer from Hoboken beat up my buddy. He hangs 
around the Black Cat Bar. You know, I want someone to go and teach him a 
lesson.

Tommy: That won't be a problem.

Lucas: You'd do that, Tommy? Oh, that's great. Hey, but don't shoot him. I 
don't want you to kill him, just hit him until he begs for mercy. If you do 
this, then I'll get you a real exhibition piece.

Tommy: Sure, what's the scum look like?

Lucas: He's a real big gorilla. Some character at the Black Cat Bar, you 
can't miss him. His name's Big Stan. You just tell him it's a lesson from 
Carlo.

Tommy: Okay, I'll go to it.

After explaining what he wants from you, Lucas suggests that you look for Stan 
at the Black Cat Bar.

Game Saved: 10-07 Omerta-Lucas Bertone

New Objective (H): Find Stan and teach him a lesson

While you aren't allowed to kill Stan, don't think that this means you're 
limited to your fists. As a matter of fact, if you can procure a baseball bat 
(perhaps from a random carjackee), you'll have a much easier time with this 
mission. Anyway, head west to Central Island, and then west again to Little 
Italy/Works Quarter (depending on which bridge you take). The Black Cat Bar is 
on the very southwestern edge of Little Italy. Drive there, and you should 
notice a raised sidewalk, about ten feet above the ground. Park near the 
staircase and get out. Walk up the stairs and along the sidewalk until you see 
a sign for the Black Cat Bar and a man standing nearby. 

Tommy: Big Stan?

Stan: Who wants to know?

Tommy: I've got a message from Carlo.

Stan: You wanna get it like him, or what?

Tommy: No, not me. It looks like today you're in luck!

After talking to Stan, you'll have to fight him, and he isn't some weak 
pedestrian; it will take a fair number of punches before Stan finally topples. 
As already mentioned, if you can get your hands on a baseball bat, this fight 
will be much easier. Otherwise, just make sure you have quite a bit of health 
beforehand (remember to use the health cabinet in the airport terminal before 
leaving) and do your best to outpunch Stan. If you remember the techniques from 
"Sarah" and "Better Get Used to It," you should be fine.

Stan: Shit, you bastard! I'll get you.

Once Stan flees, you'll have a new (though obvious) objective.

New Objective (I): Return to Lucas.

Make your way back to Lucas'. I'm pretty sure you don't need directions there. 
When you arrive, Lucas will show you how to unlock a stylish new car: the 
Thor 810. Once he's done with that, he'll also tell you where you can steal 
one. Of course, your game will also be saved.
 
Lucas: So he learned his lesson?

Tommy: If he doesn't get new teeth, he'll have to eat baby food.

Lucas: Heh heh! Carlo will be real happy!

Tommy: So, where's the car?

(Lucas shows a Thor 810 car to Tommy.)

Lucas: A guy in the Millionaire's Quarter up in Oak Hill has got it. It's a 
minor technical revolution. Great motor, drives real good. It's front-wheel 
drive, you see.

Tommy: Yeah, movie stars drive those cars.

Lucas: That's right. Look at the lock, it's a piece of cake. But when you 
go for it, be careful. The guy has some bodyguards.

Tommy: Thanks, Lucas.

Game Saved: 10-08 Omerta-Lucas Bertone 2

New Objective (J): Steal the Thor 810 parked in Oak Hill.

It's time for a leisurely drive into what is aptly named the "Millionaire's 
Quarter." From Bertone's Auto Shop, head east. There are only two roads 
that lead into Oak Hill: One in southern Hoboken and one in northern 
Oakwood. Take your pick as to which one you'd rather take. Either way, it's 
going to take you a while to get to your destination. When you finally arrive, 
follow your map/compass to the house in question, which is on the east edge of 
Oak Hill.

You may not immediately recognize the car in front of you as the same vehicle 
in Lucas' shop, if only because this one is bright orange. However, they are in 
fact the same model. Now don't forget what Lucas said about there being guards 
around. As you drive by, you should notice something unusual. While all the 
other pedestrians are walking around with a clear destination, you should see 
one man simply pacing in circles around the car. Suspicious, no? If there 
aren't any cops around, I recommend getting up to 35+ mph and running him over. 
You should be pretty good at this by now if you followed my truck strategy at 
the airport. If not, or if you can't kill him, he'll alert the police. All that 
really means is some more people for you to deal with. When everyone who's 
trying to get you is dead, you're free to go after the Thor. Just remember, 
with these sporty cars, it can take quite a while to pick the lock. That's 
really only relevant if you're trying to quickly steal the car and race away, 
though.

New Objective (K): Return to the Salieri Bar.

You know the drill; just don't destroy yourself or that new car by careening 
down from Oak Hill. Take your time, unless you want to start again from Lucas' 
shop. Also, don't underestimate that Thor you're driving. Compared to most of 
the cars you've driven up to this point, it's quite fast and nimble, especially 
if you don't use the speed limiter.

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (11) | (A) Find Frank and acquire the account books, then |
|                        | kill him.                                          |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Follow the car carrying Frank.                 |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Get rid of the guards, acquire the account     |
|                        | books from Frank, and then liquidate him.          |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Find Frank's family.                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Find and bring the plane tickets for Frank's   |
|                        | wife and daughter.                                 |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Collect the account books from the bank in     |
|                        | Downtown                                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (G) Return to the Salieri Bar, alternatively you   |
|                        | could visit Lucas Bertone.                         |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (H) Find Stan and teach him a lesson               |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (I) Return to Lucas.                               |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (J) Steal the Thor 810 parked in Oak Hill.         |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (K) Return to the Salieri Bar.                     |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | Lucas Bertone's optional side-mission to steal a   |
|                        | Thor 810 Sedan FWD                                 |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | The truck strategy for the airport - Also, killing |
|                        | the man who's calling the police so that they      |
|                        | don't show up                                      |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Schubert Extra Six White                           |
|                        | Thor 810 Sedan FWD Orange                          |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Thor 810 line now unlocked for use in Freeride     |
|                        | (see Cars section for more information):           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Thor 810 Phaeton FWD                               |
|                        | Thor 810 Sedan FWD                                 |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #11
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******************* V I S I T I N G   R I C H   P E O P L E *******************
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    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | In this mission, Tommy has to pick up expert locksmith   |
|                  | Salvatore and take him to the public prosecutor's villa  |
|                  | in Oak Hill. Once there, Tommy must lead him into the    |
|                  | the house, and to the prosecutor's office, where         |
|                  | Salvatore can crack the safe, allowing Tommy to steal    |
|                  | some incriminating documents.                            |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A black notebook with pens and pencils on top of it -    |
|                  | This is the "incriminating evidence" against Salieri.    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1933                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Sam (ambient)                                            |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Vincenzo (ambient)                                       |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Salvatore (new)                                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Five:                                                    |
|                  | 11-01 Visiting Rich People-Salieri Bar                   |
|                  | 11-02 Visiting Rich People-City                          |
|                  | 11-03 Visiting Rich People-The Villa                     |
|                  | 11-04 Visiting Rich People-The Safe                      |
|                  | 11-05 Visiting Rich People-Escape                        |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(The camera shows Frank's gravestone, which says "FRANK COLLETTI 1877-
1933", in a cemetery.)

Tommy: (narrating) Luckily, everyone bought that Frank was dead and that I 
had disposed of his body. So Frank's funeral took place without Frank. The 
mafia has a habit of organizing grand funerals for important people, where 
they forget the unfinished business they have with each other, or with the 
dead. The deceased are only shown in a good light, it's the principle of 
every gangster. At least at a funeral. So it happened that not only Salieri 
and our people made long speeches about their best friend Frank, but even 
Morello and other gangsters. 

Tommy: (narr.) Morello and Salieri cried on each other's shoulders. It 
didn't seem like they had been at each other's throats only the day before. 
Frank would have been 'spinning in his grave', had he actually been dead. I 
guess everything turned out pretty well, only I had to think up something 
about Frank's family. Salieri, of course, wanted to help out his best 
friend's poor widow till the end of her days. I couldn't let him know that 
they were really resting comfortably in Europe at that moment.

(The scene switches to Salieri and Tommy talking at the backroom of the 
bar.)

Salieri: Tommy, it seems our problems aren't over. The prosecutor who 
nearly got Frank against us is digging up more dirt, and I've heard he even 
has witnesses. It looks like that councilor whose son you shot is sorely 
craving revenge. The prosecutor is a good friend of his, and if we don't 
nip it in the bud, they'll make big problems for us.

Tommy: That doesn't sound too good.

Salieri: What's even worse is that guy doesn't trust anyone. He has all the 
evidence against us in a safe at his villa. Sam and Paulie are taking care 
of the witnesses right now as we speak and you've got to get that evidence, 
Tom.

Tommy: How will we get to it?

Salieri: Well, today we have an excellent opportunity. Mr. Prosecutor has 
decided to go to the theater, and nobody else will be home... That is, 
nobody apart from the home security, of course, but his study will be 
empty. His villa is in the Millionaire's Quarter, Mr. Prosecutor isn't 
exactly a poor boy.

(Luigi brings a drink for Salieri.)

Salieri: Thanks, Luigi.

Salieri: Your only concern is how to get in, but there will be guards 
around the villa. Once inside you should be fine, the villa will be empty. 
The prosecutor's office is on the first floor and there should be a safe in 
the wall. For that you will have Salvatore with you, that's a guy who 
manages to open every safe in America. Once you've got all of the evidence, 
leave before the prosecutor arrives back home.

Tommy: Okay, boss. Where can I find this Salvatore?

Salieri: He'll be waiting for you down in Hoboken on the corner next to the 
stadium. So you can pick him up on the way there. I don't have to tell you 
how important this job is to us, Tommy. Buona fortuna!

Tommy: I'll do my best, boss.

(Tommy stands up in order to leave.)

Salieri: And Tommy, if you happen to bump into the prosecutor, don't kill 
him no matter what. It'll just bring us more problems.

Tommy: You can depend on it, boss.

[End of cinematic]

After the opening cinematic, your game will be saved and you'll have your 
starting objective.

Game Saved: 11-01 Visiting Rich People-Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Pick up Salvatore on the corner next to the stadium in 
Hoboken.

Make your way around the bar and into the back lot. As usual, go and talk to 
Vincenzo, who will give you a Colt 1911 and a baseball bat. 

Tommy: Good evening, Vincenzo. Tonight I'm doin' a little burglary, so I 
need something for a quiet little job.

Vincenzo: Tommy, a good ol' bat would do the trick. When you hit someone 
over the head from behind, they should be out cold for a while.

(He puts a baseball bat on the table.)

Vincenzo: To be on the safe side, take this here Colt 1911 too.

(He puts a Colt 1911 pistol on the table.)

Vincenzo: I'll keep my fingers crossed, Tommy.

Tommy: Thanks, Vincenzo.

Ralph, however, has no new car for you this time. If you talk to him, all 
you'll get is the menu from which you can get rid of cars in the garage. So 
instead, just get in your favorite car, and take it out into the city.

Game Saved: 11-02 Visiting Rich People-City

By this point, I'm pretty sure that you can get from Salieri's Bar to Hoboken 
without needing directions. If for some reason you're having trouble, use your 
map and compass. When you get there, go to the stadium in the northwest part of 
the neighborhood. You should see Salvatore standing around by the telephone 
booth. Pull up and come to a complete stop, and Salvatore will get in your car. 

Salvatore: Evenin', chief. Let's get movin'.

Tommy: Great, so where are we going?

You'll now get your new objective.

New Objective (B): Retrieve the evidence that would implicate Salieri from the 
Prosecutor's villa.

Make your way to the prosecutor's villa in Oak Hill. Unless you don't think 
your car can make it up the steep hill, I'd recommend using the path in 
eastern Hoboken. 

Tommy: So, you can open any safe in the country, right?

Salvatore: Almost every one, chief.

Tommy: And how did you learn that trick?

Salvatore: My grandpa was in the business. It's inherited. The safes keep 
getting better, so a fella has to keep up with the times. Some of the safes 
around these days are pretty tricky.

Once in Oak Hill, follow your map/compass to the back entrance of the 
prosecutor's villa. 

Tommy: Okay, we're here.

Stop, get out of the car, then talk to Salvatore.

Tommy: Can you open it, Salvatore?

Salvatore: I'll try, chief.

(He opens the door.)

Salvatore: There you go, chief.

Game Saved: 11-03 Visiting Rich People-The Villa

New Objective (C): Retrieve the evidence that would implicate Salieri from the 
Prosecutor's villa.
You can give WAIT and FOLLOW ME orders to Salvatore by talking to him.

Just like your objective says, you can keep Salvatore close behind you or 
make him stay where he is. Each time you talk to him, it toggles between the 
two options. Now getting through the courtyard and villa is a very non-linear 
process, and there are many ways to do it. In fact, it is possible to play this 
like a normal mission and just kill everyone. That said, it's much easier if 
you are stealthy, so that's the walkthrough I'm going to provide. Furthermore, 
my walkthrough describes the route that allows you to see as much of the 
environment as possible without compromising your stealth. If you'd simply like 
to get through as quickly as possible, take a look at this mission in the 
"Easter Eggs" section.                                           

First off, here are some tips for effectively sneaking around the villa. In 
general, you shouldn't run during this mission. Always walk or sneak (crouch). 
Also, when moving through the rooms in the house, resist the urge to turn on 
lights. If you do, it's likely that a guard will come to investigate. This is 
NOT the kind of stealth level where you want to lure enemies to you so that you 
can use a sneak attack; ideally, you want to avoid as many of your foes as 
possible.

Start off by walking forward a few feet until you reach the lamp. Crouch down 
and tell Salvatore to wait there. Next, go forward and stop at the 
"intersection." Wait until the gangster to the left begins to move before 
turning and following him. Run after him, but as you get closer, slow to a 
walk. Charge up your baseball bat all the way, and when you can, move in and 
release. Assuming he didn't turn around, you'll have knocked him out cold with 
a single blow. Take the pump-action shotgun (though hopefully, you won't need 
it). Now go to the light post that is directly opposite from where you left 
Salvatore (you probably already passed it when you were stalking the gangster). 
Next to it, you should see a fuse box. Press action once to open it, and again 
to cut power to the courtyard. 

Run back to where Salvatore is, being careful that you don't alert the two 
gangsters standing near the fountain. Look towards the villa and you should see 
the outline of a man running down from inside. He's coming to investigate the 
sudden loss of power. After cutting through the courtyard, he'll follow the 
same path that the first gangster did. Just like before, walk up behind him, 
and as he pauses to check the fuse box, knock him out. Make sure you do this 
quickly, though. If he turns the lights back on, he'll quickly turn around and 
probably blow you away.

Return to Salvatore, and have him follow you. Turn right at the intersection
and head forward down the path. You should see a gazebo/patio slightly off to 
the right as you approach the next intersection. Have Salvatore wait behind the 
hedge and slowly walk up towards the patio. Sneak up and knock out the gangster 
here. Make sure your path is wide, so that you don't end up in his field of 
vision. He's not that big a deal, but one less gangster is always a good thing. 
Now go back and have Salvatore follow you again.

Head straight towards the villa, passing a fountain (that's turned off) on your 
way. You will also see the driveway to the front entrance. However, don't go 
that way, or you'll probably be discovered. Instead, turn left towards the back 
entrance of the villa and the large, empty pool. Walk up the steps and you 
should be able to see a dining room through the glass. You have to be careful 
here, because there is a maid who will call for the guards if she sees you. 
Wait until the dining room lights go out (meaning the maid has left the room) 
before you enter. Quickly figure out where she is, then take her out from 
behind before she notices you. If you don't see her, she also may be in one of 
the smaller rooms nearby, so be patient and hunt her down.

Once she's gone, go through the door at the left side of the dining room (left 
if you were looking in from outside). Turn right in this hallway, and go 
through the door at the corner. Continue by going up the stairs here. At the 
top, turn right, then immediately left, and go through the door. Crouch and 
slowly edge along the second floor balcony, since there is sometimes a guard 
around. Head straight ahead through the door directly across from you, then 
turn left. Go to the door at the end of this hallway, which leads to the 
prosecutor's office. Once you get there, make sure Salvatore's right next to 
you, and press action on the safe. There will be a cinematic and save point.

[Cinematic]

Tommy: So, show me what you can do, Salvatore.

Salvatore: Okay, chief!

(Salvatore begins to work on the safe, while Tommy looks out the window. 
Suddenly, he sees the prosecutor arrive in his luxury car.)

Tommy: Christ! It looks like we better get out fast, Salvatore.

Salvatore: Got it, chief! Piece of cake.

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 11-05 Visiting Rich People-The Safe

The first thing here, which many people forget to do, is to actually get the 
documents you came for. Go to the safe and press action to pick up those 
incriminating notebooks.

New Objective (D): Take Salvatore back home on the corner next to the stadium 
in Hoboken.

Now that the prosecutor is home, things are going to get a little more heated. 
While you can complete this mission guns blazing, the stealthy route is still 
the safest. First off, immediately run out of the office. Make sure you've 
collected the documents and that Salvatore's following you, though. Head down 
the hallway in front of you and stop just past the open door on your right (if 
it's not open, open it). Stay here and use the third-person camera to watch the 
prosecutor as he comes inside and walks upstairs. As soon as he goes into the 
bedroom, run out into the hallway and head down the main staircase. If you 
timed this correctly, you should burst through the front doors just as the 
guard is turning his back. Quickly run up and lay him out with the baseball 
bat. Then run to the Silver Fletcher parked nearby. If you press action, Tommy 
will order Salvatore to pick the lock.

Tommy: Salvatore! Open the car.

Salvatore: I'll try, chief.

Salvatore: There you go, chief.

Just like if he were Ralph or Lucas, Salvatore has now taught you how to open a 
Silver Fletcher, one of the nicest cars in the game. Quickly get in and drive 
away. If you took the violent route, be careful that you don't accidentally run 
over the prosecutor (who's probably cowering in the driveway).

Game Saved: 11-05 Visiting Rich People-Escape

Salvatore: Drop me off at home. I live across the street at the stadium a 
little ways from where you picked me up.

From here, just return to Hoboken and drop off Salvatore at his house near the 
stadium. Be careful with that Silver Fletcher, though, as you can get going 
dangerously fast in it, especially coming down from Oak Hill.

Salvatore: Here's where I live, thanks a lot. 

Salvatore: I hope it'll be a little cooler next time, today I almost 
crapped my pants.

Tommy: I hope so too, get some shut-eye.

New Objective (E): Return to the Salieri Bar.

You know the drill, make your way back to the bar in one piece, and you'll be 
done. If you're a speed demon and want to test out your new car, try racing 
from the armory, past the hospital, over the Terranova Bridge, and into 
Chinatown. From there, you can turn south and return to the bar.

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (5)  | (A) Pick up Salvatore on the corner next to the    |
|                        | stadium in Hoboken.                                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Retrieve the evidence that would implicate     |
|                        | Salieri from the Prosecutor's villa.               |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Retrieve the evidence that would implicate     |
|                        | Salieri from the Prosecutor's villa. You can give  |
|                        | WAIT and FOLLOW ME orders to Salvatore by talking  |
|                        | to him.                                            |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Take Salvatore back home on the corner next to |
|                        | the stadium in Hoboken.                            |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Return to the Salieri Bar.                     |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | There are a number of different ways to move       |
|                        | through the courtyard and villa. I've included the |
|                        | one that allows you to see as much of the          |
|                        | environment as possible without compromising your  |
|                        | stealth. Take a look in the "Easter Eggs" section  |
|                        | for information on a more efficient route.         |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Strategies for sneaking and stealth-killing many   |
|                        | guards - Also, note that you can play any or all   |
|                        | parts of this mission guns-blazing, it's just      |
|                        | harder than the stealthy methods described in the  |
|                        | walkthrough.                                       |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Silver Fletcher Silver                             |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Complete Silver Fletcher line now available for    |
|                        | use in Freeride (see Cars section for more         | 
|                        | information):                                      |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Silver Fletcher                                    |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #12
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************************** A   G R E A T   D E A L ! **************************
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    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | After the fiasco at the farm in "A Trip to the Country," |
|                  | Tommy, Paulie, and Sam try to make a deal with a new     |
|                  | alcohol supplier named Bill. However, their agreements   |
|                  | get cut short by Morello's gangsters, leaving many dead, |
|                  | and the trio fighting for their lives.                   |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | Four bottles of whiskey, one laying on its side          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1933                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Sam                                                      |
|                  | Paulie                                                   |
|                  | Salieri (cinematic only)                                 |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Bill (ambient)(new)                                      |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Four:                                                    |
|                  | 12-01 A Great Deal!-Salieri Bar                          |
|                  | 12-02 A Great Deal!-The Parking Lot                      |
|                  | 12-03 A Great Deal!-Car Chase                            |
|                  | 12-04 A Great Deal!-Back At The Bar                      |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | Two:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (50 health) As soon as you enter the parking garage,  |
|                  | you should notice a ticket window to your left. A health |
|                  | kit is on the ouside wall of this room, right next to    |
|                  | the door. However, you won't end up using it until your  |
|                  | return journey to the ground floor.                      |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 2. (50 health) On the fourth floor (second from the      |
|                  | top), inside the small fenced room, you can find a       |
|                  | health cabinet on the side of a shelf. Like the first    |
|                  | one, you won't be using this kit until you make your way |
|                  | back down.                                               |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(Tommy, Salieri, Paulie and Sam are talking in the backroom of the bar.)

Salieri: Well done, boys! The last job went fine. There's no evidence or 
witnesses left against us. Thanks to your persuasive methods they won't 
even squeak.

Paulie: Thanks, boss, we try to make you happy.

Salieri: HA HA HA! Well, you certainly did. But today we're here for 
something else. Paulie has a pretty interesting proposal.

Paulie: Well, I met a guy from Kentucky, William Gates. Everyone knows that 
Kentucky makes the best home-brewed whiskey. Well, anyway... This guy 
almost threw up when he tried the whisky which Morello sells here. When he 
gave me a drink of this stuff they brew back there... forget about it. I 
won't drink anything else! So I asked him about it, right. He said it was 
no problem, and that he could deliver me as much as I wanted. I got jazzed 
thinking about the dough we'd make on it... Well, I ordered a truckload of 
it. I said to myself, if it catches on here, we can make a bigger deal 
later.

Salieri: It would certainly be a good replacement for the loss of our 
Canadian. I like it, nice one.

Tommy: Me too!

Paulie: So we're gonna pick up some beautiful booze.

Sam: I'm already looking forward to it!

Tommy: Where are they hiding it?

Paulie: They'll meet us in the big parking garage.

Salieri: We have to be more careful than we were before. You'll get to the 
place by car with two other boys. They'll be your escort on the way back. 
You three pick up the truck and take it to our warehouse in Hoboken. The 
boys are already out in the yard waiting in the car. And bring me back a 
bottle so I can finally drink something decent.

Sam: Count on it, boss!

(Tommy, Paulie and Sam go to the yard of the bar, where the car is waiting 
for them with the two other gangsters.)

Sam: Get in, we're going for some medicine!

Paulie: Here, Tom, this might come in useful.

(Paulie gives Tommy a Thompson.)

Tommy: Thanks.

Paulie: Wait for us here, boys. We'll be back in a little while. When we 
drive out, follow after us. Then we'll have a shot at the warehouse.

Gangster: Sure, boss.

[End of cinematic]

As usual, you'll start out with a cinematic of Salieri explaining what you're 
going to do on this mission. The game will be saved from this cinematic, and 
when you get to the parking lot. So actually, your game will be saved twice 
before you are even in control of Tommy.

Game Saved: 12-01 A Great Deal!-Salieri Bar

Game Saved: 12-02 A Great Deal!-The Parking Lot

Once you arrive at the parking lot, you'll have a new objective.

New Objective (A): Find Bill and make the deal.

Walk forward into the parking lot, and you should see a man in the small room 
off to your left. Go up to him, and he'll tell you that "they're waiting for 
you already, mister." Now make your way up to the top level of the garage. You 
can either go the long route, through the garage itself, as if you were a car, 
or the short route, up the stairs to your right. Anyway, you'll eventually end 
up on the top level, where you should see some men standing around next to a 
truck at the far end (to your left if you took the stairs). Go near them, and a 
cinematic will begin. 

[Cinematic]

Paulie: Hey there, Bill. It's good to see you again.

Bill: Hey, Paulie.

Paulie: These are my partners and good friends... They like the idea of 
working together and they also like first-rate whisky, which yours 
certainly is.

Bill: That it is.

Paulie: The main thing is that Don Salieri likes it too, and since he's 
financing the whole deal. Here's your first payment for the goods.

(Paulie gives him the money.)

Bill: Give Mr. Salieri my regards. I'm always happy to do business with 
people like him.

Paulie: You should be, Bill. You could hit it big with this. If this small 
delivery works out for us, we'll order a lot more next time.

(Suddenly, several gangsters arrive in two cars.)

Tommy: Take cover!

Bill: What's going on? Jesus, who are they?

(The gangsters open fire on them, and Bill is killed.)

Paulie: Fire, kill the bastards!

[End of cinematic]

As soon as the cinematic ends, you'll be thrust into a massive firefight. One 
thing that might help you if you're having trouble here is to fiddle around 
before the cinematic. Go to the top level, but don't get close enough to Bill 
to start the cinematic. Steal some of the cars (it is a parking lot after all) 
and use them to set up blockades so that when the gangsters attack, you'll have 
additional cover. Another good tip during the firefight is to aim for the 
engines of the gangsters' cars. Often, you can get them to explode, causing 
massive damage to those standing nearby. Similarly, the yellow barrels 
scattered around this area will also explode if shot repeatedly. Finally, don't 
neglect Paulie or Sam. Though they are capable fighters, try to keep them 
covered, because if they die, you fail. 
 
After you kill the first two carloads of gangsters, a third car will come 
screeching up the ramp. Try to blow this one up as quickly as possible, because 
doing so will guarantee kills, rather than mere injuries. Once all three groups 
have been taken out, gather up any remaining ammo scattered about (including 
from the corpses of Bill and his associates) and make your way slowly towards 
the enemy cars. I'd recommend taking the Thompson and pump-action shotgun, but 
it's your choice if you'd rather use different weapons. Anyway, approach the 
ramp at the opposite end of the garage and head down.
 
There should be two more gangsters on foot in the next area. They aren't always 
in the same place, but one of them is usually inside the fenced area in the 
middle. Once they are both dead, move towards this fenced rectangle and go 
inside. There is a cabinet here, worth 50 health. If you've already sunk below 
50 health, you might as well use it. 

Head back outside and crouch down. Look around until you locate a white 
Schubert Six on this level. If you crouch and look underneath it, you might be 
able to see a gangster's legs. Either shoot him from where you are, or sneak 
around and shoot him from another angle. Whatever you do, make sure that he's 
dead. Right next to him, behind the Schubert, is a 3x3 box with grenades in it. 
I'd recommend picking up all four, as they will help you immensely later on.

From here, head forward towards the next ramp down. Slowly edge out, peering 
over as far left as you can aim. There should be a few more gangsters here. 
Try to use suppressive fire from the Thompson as Paulie and Sam go for the 
kill, or quickly take them out yourself. You may have taken serious damage 
here, so go back up the ramp to the fenced area and heal. In fact, I'd 
recommend healing yourself, even if you have more than 50 health, simply to top 
it off for the next (more difficult) area. Now continue down the next ramp. 

This level is completely devoid of enemies, but the next ramp down is where 
you'll likely have trouble. The gangsters have blocked off the area using two 
cars, and will begin throwing Molotov cocktails at you when you get near. Also, 
many of them have Thompsons, and will be firing at you from behind the cover of 
flames and cars, making it extremely difficult to pinpoint their location and 
return fire. I've also had some issues here with Paulie and Sam running 
forward and getting cut to pieces or dying from the flames. This is where 
those four grenades will come in very handy. Assuming you have a basic grasp of 
the throwing arc (if not, practice, practice, practice), you should be able to 
get a few grenades down there from quite a distance away. Make sure to land one 
or two directly under the cars, so as to destroy the roadblock and the 
gangsters' source of cover. 

After launching your grenades in that general region, the blockade should be 
completely destroyed, and the resulting explosions should have killed most of 
the gangsters. Look around from your current position, and use your Thompson to 
kill anyone who's still alive. As you near the ramp, be careful. There will 
most likely be two gangsters far to the left who evaded your grenades. Take 
them down and clear out this bottom level. You will also notice a health 
cabinet to the right of the door to the ticket office. It's worth 50 health, 
and I'd recommend using it now, regardless of your current health level.

One note about the stairs: When you're coming into the garage, and when you're 
returning upstairs for the truck, feel free to use either the ramp or the 
stairs. However, when you're making your way down, fighting gangsters on every 
level, you should use the ramps, not the stairs. If you do try to take the 
stairs to the bottom level (essentially bypassing the car blockade), you'll 
have an enemy grenade land at your feet, which will practically guarantee your 
death.

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NOTE: I was recently informed that returning down the stairs was not a death-
wish, and in fact, might even be a BETTER idea. Take a look at what one reader 
had to say:

"I didn't use your guide much when beating this mission, but despite of 
reasons you're using here, using the staircase was the most effective 
(in terms of remaining HP) solution, at least for me. I did the following:

- using staircase, I went to the very level where the gangsters had 
blocked the way

- shot a couple times using Thompson gun (a random shot should trigger 
the grenade, I think)

- ran back to the next floor using the staircase

- gangsters threw a grenade, but since I was a half-floor above, I 
didn't get hit at all

- returned back by stairs and cleared the floor. After this routine I did lose 
only 4 HPs as well as Paulie & Sam have lost about 10-15 HPs each. Your way = 
20-30 damage for me and 30-40 for Sam/Paulie. Maybe I just can't operate 
grenades well ;) At least I wasn't using them in the part 12-03 when I killed 
all the gangsters near the car with a Tommy gun..."

(information submitted by Anatoly Ivanov)

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Paulie: Bill's kicked it, he won't be no magnet now.

Tommy: What the hell was that, Paulie? Who were those hoods?

Paulie: How should I know?

Sam: Okay, okay! Well, we can't hang around here waiting for more of them 
to show up, let's get the truck and get the hell out of here! Tom, you 
drive! I'll follow behind in one of the other cars.

After that's all taken care of, head back up to the top level and get in the 
Bolt Model B Pickup that has the crates of whiskey in the back. As soon as you 
enter the car, you'll notice that it has a damage meter. Because of this, you 
must be very careful as you drive down the ramp to the bottom level. Navigate 
around the gangster cars until you reach the ground floor. If the two-car 
roadblock is still blocking the path, either slowly and carefully push your way 
through them, or steal another car and ram through, then get out and return to 
the pickup. Drive out of the garage and your game will be saved with a new 
objective.

Game Saved: 12-03 A Great Deal!-Car Chase

New Objective (B): Drive the truck to Salieri's Warehouse. 

Paulie: Tom! We have a little problem here! Step on it!

If you remember from the mission "A Trip to the Country," Salieri's Warehouse 
is northeast of Hoboken. However, it's not as simple as a Sunday drive;
you'll soon pick up a tail. Don't forget, you're driving a Bolt Model B, not 
some Silver Fletcher here. Your car isn't very fast, agile, or strong, so you 
might have some trouble with your pursuers. Like in the very first mission "An 
Offer You Can't Refuse," your best bet is shaving the gangsters off your tail. 
Wait until they try to pull up alongside you, then squeeze by a lamp post or 
another car so that they run into it.

Note: I recently discovered another method of dealing with your opposition. As 
soon as you leave the parking garage, get out of the truck. Walk to the left, 
where a number of gangsters are just about to get in their cars to chase you. 
If you have any grenades left from the previous part of this mission, you'll 
have a much easier time with this strategy. Stand back and aim a grenade so 
that it lands somewhere near the middle of their group. If you did it right, 
you should have killed every single one. If one or two are left alive, simply 
mow them down with your Thompson before they have a chance to get up. If you 
don't have any grenades, simply try to gun down everyone with whatever weapons 
you have. It'll just be a little harder than with some explosive assistance. In 
any case, get back in the truck and enjoy your gangster-free drive to the 
warehouse.

Tommy: Okay, we did it.

Once there, get out of the car and talk to Paulie to trigger another save game, 
cinematic, and the end of the mission. 

Game Saved: 12-04 A Great Deal!-Back At The Bar

[Cinematic]

Paulie: So it looks like Morello got in the way of things again, boss. We 
can't seem to shake off this bad luck.

Salieri: Boys, you won't believe this, but it's completely the other way 
around. The only one who really had bad luck this time was Morello.

Paulie: What?

Salieri: I found out who our Mr. Gates really was.

Tommy: And?

Salieri: Gates was never really from Kentucky. He was a small-time thief 
who stole the goods from Morello and wanted to sell them to us! Morello 
doesn't think that he almost stopped our deal, but that we pinched a 
truckload of his most expensive whisky. I bet that bastard's happy now!

Tommy: Unbelievable!

Paulie: Well, that worked out just fine. Let's drink to that!

Salieri: To another success, boys! Salute!

(They raise their glasses for a toast.)

[End of cinematic]

MISSION COMPLETE

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  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
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|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (2)  | (A) Find Bill and make the deal.                   |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Drive the truck to Salieri's Warehouse.        |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Strategies for car blockades, and killing your     |
|                        | pursuers before they get in their cars - Also,     |
|                        | reader submitted strategy for the end of the       |
|                        | parking garage section (see walkthrough)           |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Lassiter Roadster line now available for use in    |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Lassiter V16 Roadster                              |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
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[Cinematic]

1938

(The camera shows the front page of a newspaper. The title is "DECEMBER 5TH 
1933 THE END OF PROHIBITION!" Then it switches to Tommy and Norman.)

Norman: The end of prohibition in thirty-three... You probably weren't too 
happy, huh? The end of the good ol' days...

Tommy: Yeah, not too happy, but it wasn't all bad. Eventually, I did get 
married to Sarah and had a daughter. It was a good time. But life went on 
in business. We made a huge amount of dough during prohibition, which we 
invested into new deals. A lot of them were legitimate. We had regular 
firms like construction, transport, restaurants... We ran labor unions... 
And, of course, there was gambling, betting, the lotteries... We actually 
did really well. We just tried to stay out of drugs, even if it wasn't 
always easy.

Norman: C'mon! Business is business, right?

Tommy: You're way off there! The Cosa Nostra ain't no Paddies or Chinamen! 
With drugs, comes big money and even bigger problems. When someone has a 
problem with the cops because of drugs, he does the sensible thing - he 
admits it. If his family catches him they rub him out! Drugs are taboo.

Norman: So, what, there's some kind of grand pooba passing judgment?

Tommy: Something like that. The leading families choose a Boss of Bosses. 
They sort out the big problems and set the rules of the game.

Norman: So criminals who break the law have their own courts that judge 
them? That's just great.

Tommy: Laws aren't changeless, holy words. Every country in the world has 
their own. It's just somebody with a lot of power applying their own will. 
It depends on the person whether they'll serve someone else blindly, or 
apply their own will. Why should the Don be restrained? The mafia prevailed 
through prohibition with its own laws. A handful of poor uneducated 
immigrants from Sicily were stronger than all the laws, courts and police 
here in the States. That took some doing.

Norman: What, with murder? With the suffering they caused?

Tommy: C'mon! You think that the mafia just murders innocent people? The 
mafia punishes those who break laws, and the majority of your laws too. 
Unfortunately, we can't put anyone in jail, or fine them. Everybody who 
comes and works for us knows what to expect if he breaks the rules. People 
lie and steal and there are lots of criminals here who get unbelievable 
pleasure when they steal from the mob, as well as the Mafiosos who get 
pleasure from cheating the state.

Norman: And what about all the payoffs, robberies and raids? Uh?

Tommy: Hey, the cops ain't no saints neither. No Don encourages his men to 
go around harming people and what other people do on their own isn't our 
concern. And as for the payoffs, most people come to the Don for help and 
advice on their own. And they'll pay gladly for it. The Don is an esteemed 
person. But not every Don is like Salieri. That's the truth.

Norman: There you go. Your system works, but you know why? Because you're a 
bunch of selfish murderers, and you only care about your own gain. All your 
efforts are spent ensuring that you live like pigs in shit. That's why 
you're so successful, you're only looking out for yourselves. We look out 
after everybody. A few cops have to ensure law and order for all, and 
that's a much harder job.

Tommy: That's true, but you can easily leave the Don outside your 
protection. He'll watch his own back.

Norman: And what about you? What are you sitting here for?

[End of cinematic]

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Mission #13
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| Overview         | On this outing, Don Salieri has planned to go to his     |
|                  | favorite restaurant: Pepe's. However, his personal       |
|                  | bodyguard has called in sick. As a result, the Don asks  |
|                  | Tommy to chauffer and protect him. However, at the       |
|                  | restaurant, the situation takes a turn for the worse,    |
|                  | leaving Tommy and Salieri fighting for their lives.      |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A pizza with two pieces cut out and blood all around it  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1935                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Salieri                                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Pepe (cinematic only)(new)                               |
|                  | Carlo (ambient)(new)                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Four:                                                    |
|                  | 13-01 Bon Appetit!-City                                  |
|                  | 13-02 Bon Appetit!-Pepe's Restaurant                     |
|                  | 13-03 Bon Appetit!-After The Attack                      |
|                  | 13-04 Bon Appetit!-Carlo                                 |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | One:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (25 health) In the back hallway of Pepe's restaurant  |
|                  | you can find the level's only health cabinet. You'll go  |
|                  | through here when trying to flank the gangsters. The kit | 
|                  | is on the wall to your left.                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
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WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

1935

(Tommy enters the bar, and finds Salieri inside sitting at one of the 
tables.)

Salieri: Ah Tommy, I'm glad you're here. I was afraid I'd miss you.

Tommy: Hey, boss, what's going on?

Salieri: There's something I've been looking forward to all week. I'm going 
to Pepe's restaurant for lunch, but my personal bodyguard has called in 
sick. There's nobody here who could take me, and I prefer not to go to 
these things alone. You'll take me, won't you?

Tommy: Certainly, boss.

Salieri: Bravo! Let's get going then, I'm already pretty hungry. Have you 
got a piece on you, Tommy?

Tommy: Yeah, I got one. You think I'll need it?

Salieri: Well, ha ha, probably not, but it's better to be sure. You know 
how it is.

(They walk out of the bar.)

Salieri: We'll take my car.

[End of cinematic]

After the opening cinematic, your game will be saved, and you'll have a new 
objective.	

Game Saved: 13-01 Bon Appetit!-City

New Objective (A): Drive Salieri to Pepe's restaurant in New Ark for Lunch

You'll start off standing right next to Salieri's Lassiter V16 Roadster. Circle 
around to the driver's side and get in. Drive northeast towards New Ark, using 
whatever roads and bridges you please. There's no time limit, so driving 
recklessly isn't advised. Be sure to avoid damaging yourself or the Don. As you 
drive, Salieri will say a few words.

Salieri: Tommy, I'm really looking forward to this. Pepe is a native 
Sicilian, and, above all, a fantastic chef. Whenever I feel like a 
specialty from back home I go to him. Wait till you try his cheeses! Forget 
about it. Luigi's a great cook, but Pepe is a real master, a maestro!

Once you arrive in New Ark, follow your map/compass to Pepe's restaurant. It's 
in western New Ark, but still relatively near the center of the neighborhood. 
When you get within half a block or so of your destination, a cinematic will 
play.
 
[Cinematic]

Salieri: At last! I could eat a horse!

(They enter the restaurant and are welcomed by Pepe.)

Pepe: Hey, Don Salieri, welcome.

Salieri: Pepe, you don't even know how much I'm looking forward to your 
specialties!

(Tommy and Salieri sit down and have their meal.)

Salieri: Fantastic meal, Pepe! I haven't eaten that well in a long time!

Pepe: Molte grazie, Don. Praise from a gourmet like you always makes me 
fill with joy.

Salieri: Oh please, I'm no gourmet. If you knew what I ate for dinner 
yesterday, you definitely wouldn't say that.

Pepe: Can I get you anything else, Don? I have an excellent Chianti.

Salieri: Really? Let's get it out here then, Pepe!

Pepe: At once, sir.

(Pepe leaves.)

Salieri: How did you like it, Tommy?

Tommy: It was fantastic, boss. I'll have to bring Sarah here sometime.

Salieri: Ah, yes, you certainly should, Tommy. Just be careful so that 
Sarah doesn't take offense she cooks worse than Pepe. Ha ha...

(Suddenly, several gangsters arrive in cars in front of the restaurant and 
open fire. Several customers are shot in the fire. Tommy tips the table 
over and he and Salieri take cover.)

Salieri: What the hell is going on? This is ruining my lunch!

Tommy: Morello must have nothing better to do.

Salieri: They could have at least let me taste the wine, Cafoni!

(The gangsters outside cease fire.)

Gangster: Hahaha! Throw him his present, Joe! Maybe we'll smoke him out!

(One of them throws a grenade inside. It explodes but does not affect Tommy 
and Salieri.)

Tommy: Working for you is real interesting, boss.

Salieri: What'd you say? My ears are ringing from that blast.

Tommy: Yes, boss.

Salieri: It looks like we won't get out this way. Try and run round the 
back of them while I keep them entertained.

Tommy: Yes, boss. Be careful.

[End of Cinematic]

Game Saved: 13-02 Bon Appetit!-Pepe's Restaurant

After the cinematic ends, you and Don Salieri will be pinned down behind a 
table while numerous Morello gangsters fire at you from outside. Your job is to 
circle around the back, flank the gangsters, and kill them all. Don Salieri 
will remain behind the table the whole time. However, don't underestimate him. 
He's a wicked shot with his S&W Model 27 Magnum, and as long as one of the 
gangsters doesn't get a perfectly clear bead on him, he should be able to stay 
alive without much intervention on your part. Still, once in a while, one 
gangster will manage to target some part of the Don that isn't behind the 
table, and his health will drop rapidly. Other than going as fast as you can, 
there really isn't much you can do. Sometimes, you'll just get unlucky and 
have to reload your save.

To begin, you'll have a Colt 1911 with a full clip and two extra magazines of 
ammunition. From your starting point, immediately crouch down and turn around 
180 degrees. Run to the wall, turn right and go through this door. If you've 
taken significant damage by this point, I'd honestly recommend just reloading 
your save game. Up ahead, in the next hallway, you'll find a health kit worth 
25 points. You can use it now to heal any wounds you got from random fire 
during the first ten seconds of the mission. Alternatively, you could leave it 
for (slightly) later. Make sure that you run quickly by the window on your 
right, as an enemy is sometimes in a position to hit you through it. 

From the health cabinet (whether you used it or not), go forward and out the 
door. Turn right and peek around the long, narrow alley to your left. There 
should be a gangster with a Thompson here. Use your Colt to deliver 
suppressive fire to his head or chest. If he's not there, edge forward, as 
he's probably right around the corner. Try to ambush him and quickly take him 
out before he can fire too much at you. Depending on how much you just got 
hurt, and how Salieri's holding up, now might be a good time to return for 
that health cabinet. However, watch out on your way back. There was a closed 
door directly on your right when you first exited Pepe's. There is a good 
chance that it's now open, and gangsters may be coming out of it. That door 
leads into a hallway that lies parallel to Pepe's. However, that route isn't 
the best for dealing with the gangsters.

Make your way to where the first man with the Thompson was. If you never went 
back to get the health, you're already in the right place. Turn right and run 
along the sidewalk, then take another right around the corner. You've now 
essentially flanked the gangsters. Start shooting at them with your Thompson. 
Use suppressive fire liberally and make sure that you don't let gangsters with 
shotguns get too close to you. Stay near or up against the wall on your right, 
because there is sometimes a man upstairs (in the building parallel to Pepe's). 

Once all the gangsters from the front of the building are eliminated, you might 
get a cinematic. This means that every one of them is dead. If you don't 
however, head back into the building parallel to Pepe's and slowly ascend the 
staircase. There's likely a man up here, but you should be able to pick him 
off, especially if he's still facing outside. Mop up the area, and be sure to 
get the health cabinet if you haven't done so already. Once the last gangster 
is killed and the cinematic begins, you won't be able to return for the health.

[Cinematic]

Salieri: I have to say, you got balls, Tommy. You saved my ass.

Tommy: You weren't so bad yourself, boss...

Salieri: Christ, that was crazy. Thank God Pepe hid. Poor guy, I'll have to 
send him some dough for repairs.

Tommy: We should. Boss, I'd like to know how they knew where we were. You 
think they followed us?

Salieri: I don't think so, Tommy. I have a feeling I know who set me up.

Tommy: Who?

Salieri: Carlo, my bodyguard! That goddamn son of a bitch! He's the only 
one who knew where I was going. And he also excused himself from work 
today! He knew very well what was gonna happen!

Tommy: That sounds pretty likely.

Salieri: Yeah, I think so! I'll tear him apart like a rag doll! Carlo lives 
in a rented house in Little Italy, a little way from our bar. There's a 
pizzeria downstairs. We're going!

[End of cinematic]

After the cinematic, you'll be outside the restaurant with the Don. The ground 
should still be strewn with weapons (and I'd advise that you collect them), but 
the back alley and other buildings are all closed off. Your game will also be 
saved, and you'll have a new objective.

Game Saved: 13-03 Bon Appetit!-After The Attack

New Objective (B): Drive to Carlo's house near the West Marshall Bridge and 
kill him.

Get back into your Lassiter V16 Roadster, or take one of the gangsters' three 
Schubert Extra Six Fordors. Just make sure the Don gets into the car before you 
drive away. Next, make your way towards the northern part of the Works Quarter, 
where Carlo lives. Like your objective describes, the West Marshall Bridge is 
a good landmark/indicator. Follow your map/compass the rest of the way to find 
his exact location. Once you reach the apartment building, get out of the car, 
run up and open the door. The game will be saved.

Game Saved: 13-04 Bon Appetit!-Carlo

Follow Don Salieri up the stairs towards Carlo's apartment. When he reaches 
the door, Salieri will yell out a threat, and then tell you to go and get him. 
Press action to kick open the door, and you should see Carlo fleeing down the 
fire escape. 

Salieri: Carlo! You old bastard! We're coming for you! Let's do it, Tom. 
Break down the door, bust in there and kill the bastard.

Salieri: He's run down the fire escape, Tommy! Get him!

Move towards the window and Tommy will climb out. Run down the fire escape and 
chase after Carlo. Be careful, though; he has a Model 27 Magnum. You may be 
rather injured from the firefight at the restaurant, and as a result, Carlo can 
kill you surprisingly quickly you don't locate and eliminate him promptly. As 
soon as he goes down, a few of his buddies will come and attack you. Only one 
of them has a firearm (a Colt Detective Special), whereas the others just have 
melee weapons. Take them all down using your Thompson or shotgun. 

Note: One of the men here has a "Steel Bar" as a melee weapon. This is one of 
the few times you can find it in the game. It's basically the same as the plank 
from "Sarah," but made of metal.

Once all the men are dead, you'll have two cinematic sequences, then the 
mission will be over.

[Cinematic]

Tommy: You know what, boss?

Salieri: What?

Tommy: That's the first time I knocked someone off in their underpants.

Salieri: It's nothing. First time for me too. There's a first time for 
everything.

(The scene switches to three gangsters beating up a tied-up man in a 
warehouse. Morello walks towards them.)

Gangster: Well, who do we have here!

Morello: How are you, Sergio? Staying out of trouble? I see you got a new 
punching bag.

Sergio: Well, the gentleman here thinks that the finances of our labor 
union ain't fair and he wants to strike.

Morello: I've always said a strike is a bad thing, real bad. Unless, of 
course, it's organized by my dear brother, for a higher goal.

Man: You won't get away with this... The boys'll show you...

Morello: I think you're overestimating their bravery.

Man: You cockroach...

Morello: I didn't come for this discussion, unfortunately.

Sergio: We'd like to introduce you to some of our principals about labor 
unions in this free country of ours. Carry on, boys.

(The two other gangsters continue to beat the man while Sergio walks away 
to talk to Morello.)

Sergio: What's the reason for you coming, brother?

Morello: Salieri is alive.

Sergio: What? How could he survive?

Morello: I'm afraid, in the current situation we can't ask him and there is 
nobody else who could tell us what happened. Our guys are dead, the 
customers at the restaurant are dead and that sneak Carlo is as well.

(Morello turns towards the gangsters beating the man.)

Morello: Could you please SHUT UP? We're tryin' to talk here!

Man: You cockroach...

Gangster: That's no way to talk to Mr. Morello!

(They continue to beat him.)

Morello: Bum.

Sergio: God, he should have been there alone. How could that old man kill 
so many of our guys?

Morello: He's as old as me, so I wouldn't say that. But he probably wasn't 
there alone. I bet they'll be planning how to get rid of us right now.

Sergio: What shall we do?

Morello: I will try to figure out something. Anyway be careful, now his 
best guys will be after us.

Sergio: So we really at war?

Morello: We have been for a long time already, but now more than ever 
before. Take good care of yourself, brother.

(Morello leaves.)

Gangster: Boss, it looks like he's had enough. What do you want us to do 
with him?

Sergio: I don't know... Finish him off and dump him in the ocean.

[End of cinematic]

MISSION COMPLETE 

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (2)  | (A) Drive Salieri to Pepe's restaurant in New Ark  |
|                        | for lunch.                                         |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Drive to Carlo's house near the West Marshall  |
|                        | Bridge and kill him                                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Lassiter V16 Roadster Green                        |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Complete Crusader line now available for use in    |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Crusader Chromium Fordor                           |
|                        | Crusader Chromium Tudor                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #14
***********************************************************************[10-HBD]
************************ H A P P Y   B I R T H D A Y ! ************************
*******************************************************************************

    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | In this mission, Tommy is sent to hunt down the          |
|                  | councilor who has been causing the Salieri family so     |
|                  | much trouble. You are to carry out the assassination at  |
|                  | his private birthday party on the Lost Heaven Queen, a   |
|                  | steamboat                                                |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A birthday cake with a piece cut out, which is partially |
|                  | squished and smeared                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1935                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Vincenzo (cinematic only)                                |
|                  | Paulie (ambient)                                         |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Councilor (ambient)                                      |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Three:                                                   |
|                  | 14-01 Happy Birthday! - Vincenzo's Workshop              |
|                  | 14-02 Happy Birthday! - City                             |
|                  | 14-03 Happy Birthday! - At The Party                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | None                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(Tommy, Salieri and Vincenzo are talking in Vincenzo's room.)

Salieri: Tommy, that assassination attempt means that Morello has openly 
declared war on us. We have to deal with him. If Morello didn't have 
accomplices with the politicians and other important city organizations, 
our forces would be nearly equal. If we liquidate those people, our 
opponent will be a lot weaker.

Vincenzo: That's exactly what we gotta do... eliminate his strong contacts.

Salieri: Right. And as we all know, an all-out war must be avoided. Get the 
generals, then the soldiers will give up without a fight. So this is what 
we'll do, we'll finish them off one by one.

Tommy: What do you mean exactly?

Salieri: The first in line is the city councilor who's caused us so much 
trouble. Morello got him into politics, and that makes him a big supporter. 
We'll take care of him after the boy, and I mean today. 

Vincenzo: The councilor is celebrating his birthday and has decided to 
throw a huge shindig. He's having it on a steamboat, with fireworks and the 
whole nine, and he'll be making a speech to the paparazzi.

Salieri: There'll be a lot people there who won't do dick against us when 
they see what happens to him.

Tommy: It sounds pretty risky.

Salieri: But well worth the risk. Vincenzo knows the plan.

Vincenzo: Okay. As I said it's on a steamboat. It won't be easy to get in 
without an invite, but I know you can do it, Tom. Above all, try not to 
raise suspicions before we reach our goal. Of course, you won't get a 
weapon past the security, but I've dealt with that already. As soon as you 
get on deck, go to one of the men's rooms.

Vincenzo: There'll be a small revolver hidden there. Afterwards, just wait 
outside awhile. The councilor will probably be hiding in his cabin, but 
he'll be out for the start of the celebrations and his speech. That's your 
big shot. During the speech you're gonna pop him, Tom. It's got to be in 
public and this speech is the best opportunity. There will be a big crowd 
there so you can blend in with them once this thing is all done.

Tommy: And then what? I'd like to get back to shore in one piece.

Vincenzo: Afterwards, it'll be nuts. There'll be some security guards on 
the boat, and you should be able to get past them in the chaos. If not, get 
to the bow, and Paulie will pull up in a boat and bring you back safely.

Salieri: So what, Tommy? It won't be a picnic, but you should pull it off.

Tommy: Okay, I'll do it.

Vincenzo: The boat is anchored on the waterfront on Central Island. You 
better get going or you'll miss it, keep an eye on the time. Buona fortuna, 
Tom.

[End of cinematic]

This mission will start out with a rather lengthy cinematic explaining the plan 
of attack. Basically, you're going to infiltrate the councilor's steamboat and 
assassinate him. After the cinematic ends, your game will be saved and you'll 
have a new objective.

Game Saved: 14-01 Happy Birthday! - Vincenzo's Workshop

New Objective (A): Infiltrate the paddle steamer and assassinate the councilor 
during his speech.

As usual, head over to Ralph, who'll show you how to pick the lock on a 
Crusader Chromium. 

Tommy: Well, here we go again, Ralphy. Today I need something for one use, 
because we don't know how it's going to work out.

Ralph: Hey, Tommy. That's no big problem. I have here this little number, 
they are pretty popular these days.

(Ralph takes Tommy to a Crusader Chromium.)

Ralph: Also they are pretty solid. Look how easy they are to nab.

Tommy: Yeah, great, Ralph. That should do the trick.

As always, you can use this car, or anything else in your garage. Like Tommy 
said, it's really a one-time-use situation, so it's not like you need a car 
that can handle itself in a chase. When you're ready, pick your vehicle and 
head out into the city.

Game Saved: 14-02 Happy Birthday! - City

To board the steamboat, you'll have to first get yourself to the docks on 
Central Island. Just make your way over there and head down to the southern 
tip of the island. Time is not an issue here, so don't accidentally get 
yourself injured on the way there. Once you reach the docks, you'll have to get 
out of your car at the parking lot and make the rest of the journey on foot. 

Follow your compass down the ramp and onto the docks. If you keep following it, 
you should end up right in front of the paddle steamer. However, the man 
standing at the edge of the dock won't let you aboard without an invitation. 

Guard: Hey, mister! You got an invite? If not kindly take a walk.

Tommy: Ehm, I must've left it someplace... Ehm...

Guard: Yeah, so like I said. Beat it!

Since you don't have an invite, and aren't about to get one, you'll have to 
find another way aboard.

Facing the steamboat, turn around 180 degrees. You should see a telephone 
booth, and to the right of it, an open door. Go through that door, take two 
successive right turns, then head down the stairs. At the bottom, you should 
see two sailor uniforms hanging on the wall. Approach one and use the action 
button to put it on. Return up the stairs and back the way you came. The man 
will now frisk you, and then let you board the boat. I guess he didn't get a 
good look at your face before.

Guard: Okay, pal, enjoy yourself.

Game Saved: 14-03 Happy Birthday! - At The Party

New Objective (B): Find the weapon that Vincenzo hid in the men's bathroom and 
kill the councilor during his speech.

You're now riding aboard the paddle steamboat. Your first order of business is 
to retrieve the gun that Vincenzo planted for you. Head up the stairs and onto 
the second level of the steamer. From here, head to the other end of the boat 
by going to the left or right of the dining cabin, then back to the center. At 
the stern, turn left and you should see a stairway leading to the third level. 
Don't climb it, though. Turn around, and right next to the stairs, you should 
see the men's bathroom. Unfortunately, it's out of order, and as the sign on 
the door says, "skipper has key." Make sure you interact with/try to open the 
door before you leave, or else Tommy won't ask for the key in the next part.

Tommy: Typical, this has to happen to me.

Make your way back to the lower level of the boat and begin walking around. 
Though most of the sailors aboard the boat look pretty similar, you should be 
able to distinguish the skipper. He's sitting down in a chair on the lower 
level. Talk to him, and he'll tell you that the lifeguard has the key.  

Tommy: I heard you had the key to the john on the upper deck.

Skipper: Yeah, the keys from that puked up pisser? The lifeguard probably 
has them. He's around here somewhere.

The lifeguard is slightly pudgier than the other sailors, has a striped blue 
shirt, and is usually standing around smoking. When you talk to him, he'll 
refuse to give you the key. Continue to pester him, though, and he'll tell you 
that you can have the key if you agree to clean up the bathroom. 

Tommy: I heard you had the key to the john on the upper deck.

Lifeguard: Don't bug me, I have a lot of work to do.

Tommy: Hey, I kinda need those keys, I left something there.

Lifeguard: Yeah right, maybe I'll lend them to you, but you gotta promise 
to clean up that mess in there and bring them back to me. I'll wait in the 
stern for you.

Tommy: Clean up? Ehm... Sure, you bet.

Lifeguard: Okay, there you go, but bring 'em back!

Head towards the far door on the lower level of the ship (on the right side 
from your starting location). It has two life rings above the door. Go 
in here and pick up the bucket. Now return to the out-of-service bathroom. 

Tommy: Where are you, baby? My God, what a stink!

Press action to enter the bathroom and clean it. Now pick up the Colt Detective 
Special and leave. Make sure to return the key to the skipper.

Lifeguard: So you see, how easy that was. You ain't so bad, you could open 
a cleaning firm.

Tommy: Yeah, and I'll use you as the rag.

Next, head up to the third level of the boat and make your way to where the 
band is playing. Feel free to listen to some of this authentic period music for 
a while. However, after a short time, the councilor will leave his room, 
surrounded by bodyguards. 

Tommy: I think it's time...

[Cinematic]

Councilor: Hello there, John, I hope you're enjoying yourself!

Man: Good evening. Yes, it's lovely here!

Councilor: How are you? I hope you like it.

Man: Thanks, we're glad to be here.

Councilor: Hey, I'm glad you could make it!

Woman: It's wonderful, thank you.

[End of cinematic]

The Councilor will now begin to speak, but you do not need to wait through the 
entire speech. 

Councilor: Thank you, thank you and welcome to this little party. I never 
guessed I had so many really nice friends, who, I hope, will drink with me 
on this special occasion. It never occurred to me in my wildest dreams that 
when I was forty that I would end up like this. I started with only a small 
firm and a few dollars, but I tried as best as I could. Even in the worst 
of times, I always said: "With integrity a man will go farthest." And that 
motto has lasted till today. 

Councilor: Later on, when things were starting to go well, I got married to 
my darling Agnes. Unfortunately, that terrible war came into our lives. It 
was a dreadful time, but we got through it alive and healthy. My darling 
wife and I could look forward to a victory for our beloved country. Shortly 
after the war my one and only son was born. Though the times weren't easy, 
we did quite well.

Councilor: We brought our son up to be a model American, and instilled in 
his mind the principles of being a good Christian. Even as many firms fell 
to ruin and folded after the boom, my business survived. I was able to make 
modest donations to charities, help the unemployed, become a sponsor of the 
arts, and further, we repaired a beautiful, but devastated church.

Councilor: Fate would have it that recently I had to say goodbye to my son 
in that very church. He lost his life to a criminal! I promise that the 
rest of my career will be aimed at the pursuit of that gangster and his 
counterparts for the murder of my son! I'm going to clean up this town of 
crime!

Councilor: But, this is a birthday party. I've said my piece, and now I 
just want you all to enjoy yourselves on this pleasant evening. I'm 
starting another decade of my life and I want to prosper alongside all of 
you in a healthy and prosperous society. For me, this is the start of a new 
era! I thank you.

Just approach the stage and equip your Colt Detective Special once you're close 
enough to kill him easily. Also, take note of where his bodyguards are 
standing, so that you can avoid them when you flee. When you're ready, quickly 
pull out your weapon, aim at the councilor, and fire repeatedly until he's 
dead.

New Objective (C): Escape!

Quickly run down the stairs to the lowest level of the boat. Don't bother 
fighting off the bodyguards; just try to put the other partygoers between 
yourself and any gunfire aimed in your direction (i.e. use the crowd as cover). 
Once you reach the bottom level, head towards the front of the ship, where 
Paulie will be waiting in a small boat that he's pulled up alongside the paddle 
steamer. Press action to climb aboard and escape.

MISSION COMPLETE 

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (3)  | (A) Infiltrate the paddle steamer and assassinate  |
|                        | the councilor during his speech.                   |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Find the weapon that Vincenzo hid in the men's |
|                        | bathroom and kill the councilor during his speech. |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Escape!                                        |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | There are a number of ways to avoid having to      |
|                        | clean the bathroom. See the "Easter Eggs" section  |
|                        | for more information.                              |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Crusader Chromium Fordor Blue                      |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Complete Guardian line now available for use in    |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Guardian Terraplane Coupe                          |
|                        | Guardian Terraplane Fordor                         |
|                        | Guardian Terraplane Tudor                          |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | New Freeride Options Unlocked:                     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | City - Daytime                                     |
|                        | Countryside - Daytime                              |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #15
***********************************************************************[10-YLB]
********************* Y O U   L U C K Y   B A S T A R D ! *********************
*******************************************************************************

    ____________________________________
   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | In this mission, Don Salieri sends Tommy to kill Sergio  |
|                  | Morello, Jr. He hopes that by taking out his rival's     |
|                  | brother, the Morello organization will lose a major      |
|                  | source of income and a great deal of its power. However, |
|                  | Sergio's uncanny ability to avoid the numerous attempts  |
|                  | on his life demonstrate that he is indeed one "lucky     |
|                  | bastard."                                                |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A black and white photograph of Sergio Morello, Jr. -    |
|                  | There is a knife embedded in the photo.                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1935                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie                                                   |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Vincenzo (ambient)                                       |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Sergio Morello Jr. (ambient)(new)                        |
|                  | Lucas' Friend (unnamed) (new)                            |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Twelve:                                                  |
|                  | 15-01 You Lucky Bastard! - Salieri Bar                   |
|                  | 15-02 You Lucky Bastard! - The Phone Booth               |
|                  | 15-03 You Lucky Bastard! - Vincenzo                      |
|                  | 15-04 You Lucky Bastard! - Fireworks                     |
|                  | 15-05 You Lucky Bastard! - Rainbow Garden                |
|                  | 15-06 You Lucky Bastard! - Escape                        |
|                  | 15-07 You Lucky Bastard! - Railway Crossing              |
|                  | 15-08 You Lucky Bastard! - The Harbor                    |
|                  | 15-09 You Lucky Bastard! - Sergio                        |
|                  | 15-10 You Lucky Bastard! - Return To The Bar             |
|                  | 15-11 You Lucky Bastard! - Lucas Bertone                 |
|                  | 15-12 You Lucky Bastard! - Lucas Bertone 2               |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | Five:                                                    |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (50 health) From the entrance gate to the harbor,     |
|                  | turn right and go through this empty lot. The health     |
|                  | cabinet is on the left wall of the building in front     |
|                  | of you.                                                  |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 2. (50 health) Another kit is in the warehouse across    |
|                  | the "street" from "Hall 2." It is in a small room right  |
|                  | on the corner of the warehouse. When looking for it,     |
|                  | remember that it's at the intersection where no red      |
|                  | cargo cranes are visible.                                |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 3. (50 health) At the far end of the harbor where there  |
|                  | are two train cars (that you use to blow open the        |
|                  | warehouse), look to your left. In this small building,   |
|                  | there is a sniper. Kill him, then head through the door. |
|                  | Continue to the right, and you'll reach a small room     |
|                  | with a health cabinet.                                   |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 4. (50 health) In the warehouse where the final shootout |
|                  | occurs, you can find a health cabinet in the small       |
|                  | office behind Sergio. However, you can really only get   |
|                  | to it after the firefight.                               |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 5. (50 health) A health cabinet can be found on the wall |
|                  | in Lucas Bertone's shop.                                 |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(The camera shows three newspapers in a row. The headlines read: "BIG CITY 
REPRESENTATIVE MURDERED BY MAFIA!" "MURDER!" "PARTY MASSACRE!" Then, 
Salieri is seen looking at the last newspaper and puts it down on the table 
alongside the other newspapers. Tommy and Paulie are with him at the 
table.)

Salieri: Tommy pulled it off. Now all the politicians in the city are 
scared. Nobody wants to end up like the councilor.

Paulie: Nice job, Tom.

Salieri: But it's not enough. Now we're after Morello's right hand man - 
his brother Sergio Morello, Jr. He controls the unions in the city. His 
biggest assets are the dockers' unions. Thanks to whom he practically 
controls every import into the city. We kill him and a big part of Morello 
income is gone.

Paulie: I think I know how we'll do it, boss. Sergio is usually at the 
Italian Garden restaurant. There's a telephone in the restaurant and across 
the street a phone booth. You go to the booth and call inside the 
restaurant saying you want to speak to Sergio. I'll be standing in front of 
the restaurant with a Thompson and as soon as Sergio gets to the phone, 
I'll waste him. Then we just gotta get to the car and make a quick getaway. 
What do you say?

Tommy: Yeah, I suppose I can handle the calling part.

Salieri: Get to it, boys. Vincenzo will give you your weapons.

[End of cinematic]

After the opening cinematic, you'll have your game saved and a new objective. 
This seems pretty basic, but don't worry; things won't take long to heat up.

Game Saved: 15-01 You Lucky Bastard! - Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Drive to the Italian Garden restaurant with Paulie and 
assassinate Sergio Morello.

Follow Paulie out to the back lot of the bar. You'll see Ralph backing a 
vehicle into the "new car" space, but ignore him for now. Continue around and 
head up the stairs to Vincenzo's workshop. 

Paulie: Vincenzo, I need a Tommy gun and something for Tom here.

Vincenzo: Okay.

(He brings the weapons from the cabinet.)

Vincenzo: Here it is, boys. I'll keep my fingers crossed.

Paulie: Thanks.

Vincenzo will give Paulie a Thompson and Tommy a Colt 1911. Additionally, you 
may notice that you already have a Colt Detective Special with you. This marks 
Tommy's rise in the Mafia, as he can freely carry his own arms and has more 
authority. However, I'd stick with the Colt 1911 unless you run out of ammo for 
it. Anyway, pick up the Colt off the table, then leave the workshop and go find 
Ralph. He'll show you how to pick the lock on a Guardian Terraplane. 

Paulie: Hey, Ralphy. We need a car.

Ralph: Hey hey, I have a new Terraplane here. It's decent and a real big 
sturdy car. You'll like it, Paulie.

(He shows them a Guardian Terraplane car.)

Ralph: It has a new type of lock, but if a person is clever it ain't no 
problem to open it. Just like this... nice and easy... push in and click!

Tommy: Great!

Paulie: So let's go, Tom. Let's go!

As usual, you can take this or any other car that you have in your garage. 
Whatever your choice, head out into the city.

Game Saved: 15-02 You Lucky Bastard! - The Phone Booth

As the crow flies, the Italian Garden is quite close to you; it's only a short 
distance east of the Salieri Bar. However, the restaurant on Central Island, 
meaning that you'll have to take the Giuliano Street Tunnel or West Marshall 
Bridge to get over there. Once you arrive at the restaurant, Paulie will tell 
you to stop. 

Paulie: Here we are, stop right here, Tom.

Paulie: Okay, I'll stand out front. You call from that booth. Say you want 
to talk to Sergio. As soon as I kill him, get in the car and wait for me.

Tommy: Sure thing.

Get out of the car and walk over to the phone booth. Press action to make the 
call, and watch the cinematic.

[Cinematic]

(Tommy enters the booth while Paulie walks towards the restaurant. A few 
gangsters are seen sitting at a table inside. Tommy makes his call and a 
waiter responds.)

Waiter: Yeah?

Tommy: Mr. Morello please.

Waiter: Hang on.

(One of the gangsters comes and picks up the phone.)

Gangster: Buddy, Mr. Morello ain't here today.

(Paulie opens fire on him from outside, thinking he is Sergio.)

Gangster: Try... EEEEE... AAARGHH!

(The gangster dies. Tommy runs out of the booth.)

Tommy: Paulie! It isn't him! Paulie, move it, Morello isn't there!

[End of cinematic]

After the cinematic ends, you'll have a new objective.

New Objective (B): Lose the tail!

Tommy: The guy you hit wasn't Sergio! Sergio wasn't there today!

Paulie: Ah hell! Now we're in the shit! We're going back to Salieri.

Quickly get back into your car and drive away (don't leave without Paulie, 
though). Use whatever techniques you've relied on in the past to lose your 
pursuers. While you can head in any direction while evading them, you should 
aim for the Salieri Bar, as that will be your eventual destination. If you 
reach it with the gangsters still on your tail, you may have to have a final 
shootout to kill them all. In any case, when they are dead or lost behind, 
you'll get a new objective.

New Objective (C): Return to Salieri's

Once you get back to the bar, enter either door to start another cinematic. 
You'll also notice that the Guardian Terraplane has been added to your garage. 
After the cinematic's over, your game will be saved and you'll have a new 
objective.

[Cinematic]

(Next, Tommy is seen with Salieri and Vincenzo in Vincenzo's room.)

Salieri: Don't worry about it, Tom. It happens to everybody sometimes. 
Vincenzo and me have thought up a new plan. Biff told us that Sergio has a 
mistress who he spends a lot of time with. He must be there today. Vincenzo 
has put together a little surprise for him.

(A bomb is seen on Vincenzo's table.)

Salieri: All we gotta do is put it on his car while he's inside enjoying 
himself.

Vincenzo: That's right, all you gotta do is put this bomb right under his 
car. Then you can just enjoy the show. 

Salieri: Sergio usually leaves at four, so hurry. This time it has got to 
work. His mistress lives in a house in Oakwood. We'll know he's there if 
his expensive little sports car's parked out in front. Stick the bomb under 
it.

Tommy: That sounds a lot better. I'll get going.

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 15-03 You Lucky Bastard! - Vincenzo

New Objective (D): Drive to Morello's house and place the bomb on his car

Grab the bomb and head out of Vincenzo's workshop. You should notice that you 
still have your Colt Detective Special with one clip. However, your Colt 1911 
has been replaced by a fully loaded S&W Model 10. Also, your health has been 
refilled to 100. Go down the stairs and into the car lot. Unfortunately, Ralph 
doesn't have a new car for you. Instead, take any of the cars in your garage 
(which includes the Terraplane you just used) and drive out into the city, 
where your game will be saved again.

Game Saved: 15-04 You Lucky Bastard! - Fireworks

As Salieri mentioned in the cinematic, Sergio lives in Oakwood. By now, you 
should be able to find your way there with little difficulty. Remember, there's 
no hurry and no need to get yourself injured, so take your time. Once there, 
head towards the northwest section of the neighborhood, and follow your 
map/compass to the right house. You'll recognize it by the Lassiter V16 
Roadster parked out front. Park your own car somewhere nearby and get out. 
However, don't just walk right up to the car and try to put the bomb under it, 
as one of Morello's men is standing right there. Instead, wait a few seconds. 
Once this gangster finishes his smoke, he will go back inside. As soon as the 
door shuts, go over to Sergio's car and place the bomb under it. Then walk 
away. After a while, a cinematic will play. 

[Cinematic]

(Tommy plants the bomb on the car. After that he walks away and lights a 
cigarette while he is waiting for Sergio to get in the car. Instead of him, 
however, his mistress leaves the house and enters the car.)

Tommy: Christ! No, no, no! Hey, stop! Shit!

(The car blows up and kills Sergio's mistress.)

Tommy: Damn... That's one HOT dame.

Later...

(Tommy, Salieri and Paulie are sitting at a table at the bar.)

Tommy: That girl came out and sat down in the car. I don't know, maybe he 
lent it to her or something!

Salieri: It just happens sometimes. There's nothing you can do! To put it 
simply, we gotta get this guy. Sergio meets with his bookie downtown in the 
parking lot of the Rainbow Garden Restaurant. Get Paulie down there to fill 
him full of holes. You'll just drive, Tom. Then get away fast before the 
alarm goes out.

Paulie: Now I'll catch that bastard, I promise. He'll be gone and he won't 
even know how I did.

Salieri: Now get a move on, so you can still catch Sergio there.

[End of cinematic]

After it's all over, you'll be back at the Salieri bar with a saved game and a 
new objective.

Game Saved: 15-05 You Lucky Bastard! - Rainbow Garden

New Objective (E): Drive to the Rainbow Garden restaurant with Paulie and 
assassinate Sergio Morello.

Your destination - the Rainbow Garden restaurant - is located in the far 
southeastern corner of Downtown. Once there, go to the small parking lot where 
you'll see Sergio and a few other men standing around. A cinematic will play. 
As soon as it ends, you'll be forced to flee from Sergio and his gangsters.

[Cinematic]

Paulie: Those men in black, that's them!

(Paulie gets out with a Tommy gun in his hand and approaches them. They 
notice him.)

Sergio: What the...

Paulie: We have a message from Mr. Salieri.

Sergio: What the hell's going on?

(However, Paulie's gun jams as he tries to shoot.)

Paulie: Oh no...

Sergio: Well, that certainly changes the situation, gentlemen. Kill that 
clown!

(Paulie runs back to the car.)

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 15-06 You Lucky Bastard! - Escape

New Objective (F): Lose the tail!

As was the case with the first car chase in this mission, utilize the 
strategies that have worked best for you in the past. Also, like before, you 
might want to be heading in the general direction of the Salieri Bar, as that's 
where you have to go after you evade Sergio and company. Anyway, once you lose 
the tail, you'll have a new objective.

New Objective (G): Return to Salieri's

Just get back to the Bar. Once there, enter either door for yet another 
cinematic, another save game, and another objective.

[Cinematic]

Later...

Tommy: (narrating) After so many foul-ups Salieri gave the job to other 
people. I only went with them as kind of an insurance policy.

(Tommy is sitting in a car parked on the side of the road at a railway 
crossing. A car with two gangsters assigned by Salieri passes next to him. 
They stop for a moment when they get side by side with his car.)

Gangster: Just sit here and watch, so you don't screw up again.

(The camera shows the shed of the railway employee controlling the 
crossing. However, he has been tied up and been replaced by another 
gangster. Next, the two gangsters park their car near the crossing.)

Gangster: Amateur...

(They lower their heads in order to prevent being seen when Sergio's car 
arrives at the crossing. The gangster in the shed rings the bell for them 
to stop but the barriers remain open. The two gangsters bring up their car 
right behind Sergio's, and a train is seen speeding towards the crossing.)

Sergio: Why don't the barriers... close?

(Sergio sees the car behind them. The two gangsters move forward to push 
Sergio's car in front of the speeding train.)

Sergio: GO!

(Sergio's car moves and avoids being hit by the train at the last moment. 
The car of the two gangsters is hit and destroyed instead. Sergio's car 
speeds away.)

Tommy: Real damned professional.

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 15-07 You Lucky Bastard! - Railway Crossing

New Objective (H): Kill Sergio Morello.

For this part of the mission, all you have to do is chase Sergio's car. Don't 
bother actually trying to kill him, because you won't be able to, and you'll 
just end up wasting ammo. This chase is nothing more than an excuse to 
transport you to a new setting and the meat of this mission. Just like before, 
your health and weaponry have been restored. Anyway, just pursue Sergio, trying 
not to fall too far behind (or else you'll fail). He'll eventually make his way 
to the Works Quarter and then to the Harbor. Once you get there, another 
cinematic will play.

[Cinematic]

Sergio: Hey, what are you staring at? Kill that bastard tailing me!

(Sergio's car drives away. As Tommy enters the harbor, the guards open fire 
on him. He gets out and takes cover behind his car.)

Guard: Okay, come on out, you bastard!

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 15-08 You Lucky Bastard! - The Harbor

After the cinematic ends, you'll have three gangsters to deal with. The one 
farthest to your right will immediately run around to the side in an attempt to 
flank you. Watch where he goes and kill him before he can get a shot off. The 
enemy to your left will run farther to the left and hide behind the hedges with 
his shotgun. Try to edge out around the side of your car and peg him in the 
head. The final gangster (in the middle) doesn't move, but does have a very 
lethal Thompson. Run or roll to the side of the car and immediately hit him, so 
that he can't return fire. Watch out, as another man (with a shotgun) will run 
out from behind the truck. Quickly drop him with whatever weaponry you have. 
Now go collect the weapons and ammo from all the men (including the one Tommy 
shot in the cinematic). 

Next, you'll want to continue straight ahead (from the entrance). However, you 
may want to use the truck, as there are many enemies coming up in the next 
area. As you reach a T-intersection, a truck will pull out from your right and 
another will park up ahead. Gangsters will exit both of these vehicles and 
begin firing at you. Try using a strategy similar to the one I outlined in the 
walkthrough for "Omerta." Use the truck to run over the men, instead of having 
a massive shootout. Just make sure you don't stop the vehicle for too long, or 
one of the gangsters might pull you out. Whatever your choice, try to kill all 
the enemies in the open area, but ditch the truck once you reach the space with 
all the stacks of wood and the house/shack to your right. 

Once they're all dead, leave the truck, and head towards this building, making 
sure to watch out for more enemies. Go up the very low-incline ramp and hug the 
wall in front of you. Edge around to the left, and you should be able to see 
(via the third-person camera) an enemy atop the red cargo crane off in the 
distance. Quickly run around the corner and up the stairs, doing your best to 
avoid being hit by this sniper. Once on the second floor, slow down and crouch. 
Look to your right, and you'll see a man with a shotgun looking out the window. 
You can try to edge up on him with your own shotgun, but he's liable to turn 
and fire without warning. You're better off hitting him at your current range 
with one of your handguns. Just remember to pick up your Thompson or shotgun 
after you kill him (as Tommy will drop one of these when you equip a handgun).

The following is optional. It can hurt you if you're not careful, but it can 
help greatly if you know what you're doing. It involves killing more enemies 
(who therefore won't be alive to hurt you later), and can provide you a number 
of grenades, which can prove to be very useful towards the end of this mission.

                               Optional path
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|                                                                             |
| Go back down the stairs and left around the building. Cross over to the     |
| similar building on your right. Go around to its right, then stop at the    |
| corner. Again, using the third-person camera, you should see a man with a   |
| rifle on top or behind the train car around the corner. Kill him, then      |
| circle around the building and kill the two other gangsters who are hiding  |
| between or around the train cars. One of them may rush you, so be careful.  |
| Behind the train cars, you will find a box full of grenades (take a couple) |
| and a health cabinet on the wall of the nearby building (directly to your   |
| left and across the parking lot from you first entered the harbor). Now     |
| return to where you went and shot the man upstairs.                         |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

                             End of optional path

Back away from the building and go behind the metal crates to your left. 
Continue left, through the street between warehouses. If you go back far 
enough, you'll be out of range of the snipers on the cargo cranes. Be careful 
when you reach the T-Intersection (to your right) as three enemies will come 
out from behind corners and from open warehouses. Once they're all killed, 
continue straight past the "Dispatch Hall."

In the next area, you should see a number of red crates to your right. Again, 
you can go into this maze, though you should watch out for men hiding nearby 
with shotguns. Through here and to the right is "Hall 2." You can continue 
across the street and into another building for a health cabinet (50 health), 
but I'd leave it until later unless you're really hurt. Whatever you do, keep 
moving away from the harbor entrance, and eventually you should see Sergio's 
car parked outside a warehouse. 

Be careful in this area, as both the snipers on the cranes and men on the 
ground have clean shots at you. However, if you manage to shoot the large round 
barrels on one of the trains (the light white ones, not the dark black ones), 
they will explode, killing the gangsters and the snipers. Otherwise, you should 
just try to take them out normally. 

Make your way over to where two dark black cylindrical tanks rest on train 
cars. You may be attacked from long range by two gangsters by the back 
entrance. You can go and kill them, but at that range, they're not much danger 
(they both have shotguns). Head towards the building to the left of these cars. 
Take out the man with the Springfield rifle in this building and enter it 
through the door nearby. Head right through the other door within the building, 
and you'll find a health cabinet on the wall. Use it, then return to the train 
cars outside. 

At this point, make sure everyone in the immediate area is dead. If the snipers 
are still pestering you, use the explosive barrels to take them out. If they 
somehow survive that, grab the Springfield from the man in the building behind 
you and use it to finish them off.

Anyway, once everyone's dead, go up to the train cars. You will notice two 
levers: one right in front of the cars, the other alongside the tracks, near 
Sergio's Lassiter. Pull the levers so that the track leads from the stationary 
cars to the building in which Sergio is hiding. When you're ready, go to the 
block of wood holding the first car in place and press action. Watch the car go 
down the track, and eventually it will collide with the door. 

If you messed up the track switching and the train went somewhere else, all 
hope is not lost. Check both switches/levers, and mess around with them until 
you can see that the tracks lead towards the right warehouse. You can then use 
the second train car (as a backup in case you messed up the first one). 
However, if you still miss with the second, you'll have to reload your save 
game (from the beginning of the harbor). Anyway, assuming you did this right, 
follow the train car to the warehouse where it ended up. Walk towards it, and a 
cinematic will play.

[Cinematic]

Sergio: Ha, that didn't work... Huh! I don't know what you're tryin', you 
bastard! My brother'll kill you along with your whole family!

(Tommy lights a cigarette.)

Sergio: Give it up, you're dead! You won't get in here, idiot! You're too 
small for me! HEY! Do you hear?

(Tommy walks away and throws his cigarette on the trail created by the 
leaking fuel. The fire leads to the wagon and it blows up, destroying the 
doors.)

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 15-09 You Lucky Bastard! - Sergio

When the cinematic ends, you'll be around the corner from the warehouse doors. 
Make a wide circle around and get your weapons ready. If you picked up a few 
grenades earlier, they should come in handy here. Otherwise, just rush in with 
your Thompson or shotgun. You'll have to fight through a fair number of 
gangsters here, so be careful. Use the piles of wood as cover and take down 
anyone you see. You might die a few times, but keep trying. Eventually, you 
should be able to stay alive through the ordeal. Once you get near the other 
side of the warehouse, you should see Sergio with his Thompson. Wait until he 
has to reload, then waste this lucky bastard once and for all.

[Cinematic]

(Tommy stands over Morello's corpse.)

Tommy: You lucky bastard.

[End of cinematic]
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NOTE: Reader Anatoly Ivanov informed me that the strategy of using the truck to 
eliminate gangsters could be continued past the opening section of the harbor. 
Read what he had to say: 

"Basically, your idea about using a truck to deal with gangsters inspired me 
much. So, there is my version how to beat the mission.

- After the cinematic, deal with four gangsters (as you've said)

- Get into the truck. After a bunch of gangsters on trucks arrive, keep 
running over all of them until you kill them or they will lose all of 
their ammo.

- After then, ride forward, between a building labeled "LOST HEAVEN 
PORT" and a warehouse with parked truck (IIRC, where the cigar boxes are 
in Mission 18). Two-three gangsters will appear. Just use the same running 
over strategy.

- After you've dealt with these gangsters, continue going in the same 
direction as before. You'll see some grass path between the fence and a 
building (2 yellow barrels are near it). Follow this path, until you see a 
house with red/brown roof, Bolt Ace Pickup parked outside it and two 
gangsters. Just run them over once again.

- Now you should see a warehouse with four "NO PARKING" gates and a 
door. Enter this door. In this passage, open the second door at right, 
you'll see a guy there (he's a sniper). He doesn't turn around, so just hit him 
from back with any gun. Grab his rifle. There is also a fist aid kit in 
the next room.

- Now use Bolt Ace Pickup(little truck) parked somewhere (if you can't 
find it, using a truck, go to 2 big black barrels, turn right there and 
follow railroad tracks until you bump into two platforms with a locomotive 
parked to rightmost of them. Kill all the gangsters(3) there, using a 
rifle you've obtained. Bolt Ace Pickup should be there return to big black 
barrels) and go to those black barrels on platforms.

- After either of this ways, you should have got Bolt Ace Pickup and 
stand near 2 barrels  on platforms. Use them to open the warehouse. Watch 
the cutscene. Return back to Bolt Ace Pickup.

- Now, using the car, ride inside the warehouse, turn left between two 
vertical columns(that's where small Bolt Ace Pickup comes in handy) and 
follow the track. So you won't need to deal with all of that gangsters. Near 
the end of track turn left a bit into the opening, and Sergio should pop 
up there!!! If your speed is good enough, you'll kill the bastard without 
even a single shot! Now, refill your health with a first aid kit, and 
return back using the same car. Once outside, I think you know what to do."

(information submitted by Anatoly Ivanov)

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New Objective (I): Return to the Salieri Bar, alternatively, you could visit 
Lucas Bertone on the way

Head out of the harbor. You may want to stop by one of the health cabinets if 
you're injured, especially if you're going to attempt the Lucas Bertone 
side-mission. The closest kit is on the wall in the small office behind you. 
Once you reach the large open area, you'll find that another two cars, both 
full of gangsters, have arrived. During this shootout, you may be hit some 
more. If you want, you can return to the health cabinet I suggested earlier, or 
any other one that you haven't used (check the pre-mission setup for all health 
cabinet locations). 

When you're ready to leave, return to this area and take one of the gangsters' 
Schubert Extra Sixes. Then head out of the harbor.

Game Saved: 15-10 You Lucky Bastard! - Return To The Bar

As usual, I'm operating under the assumption that you're going to do the Lucas 
Bertone side-mission. If this is not the case, simply return to the Salieri 
Bar.
 
Anyway, head to Bertone's shop in Downtown. Once there, Lucas will explain that 
one of his friends has been shot in Chinatown. You have to race up there and 
get him to a doctor in Oakwood. 

Lucas: You're sent from heaven, Tommy! I need some wheels quick!

Tommy: What happened?

Lucas: A buddy of mine called, one of our friends was shot in Chinatown, 
he's lying in a street near the square and needs help! You need to get him 
and take him to the doc in Oakwood!

Tommy: There's a hospital in Oakwood?

Lucas: He's the one that you took Sam to once.

Tommy: Sure, I remember.

Lucas: So? Can you do it?

Tommy: Okay, if you clean up the blood from the upholstery.

Lucas: That's no problem, but move it, he's dying out there!

Game Saved: 15-11 You Lucky Bastard! - Lucas Bertone

As soon as he finishes explaining the predicament, get in your car and leave. 
You don't have much time on this mission, so you'll have to move fast. I'd 
recommend going north to New Ark, then over the Terranova Bridge to Chinatown. 
Once you're there, head to the far northwestern corner and follow your 
map/compass to your exact destination. You'll see a bloody man laying on the 
ground. However, this is not your target. Ignore this guy, and instead look in 
the small alcove slightly beyond him. There, a man is trying to help someone 
who's been seriously wounded. Talk to him and they'll both get into your car. 

Man: At last! Luca sent you?

Tommy: Yeah. What's wrong with him?

Man: What do you think? He got hit by a 45. The second one's much worse 
off, so it ain't a good idea to take him to the hospital.

(The wounded man raises his head.)

Wounded Man: Hhhhh... Take me to the doctor in Oakwood.

Man: Make it quick, if someone don't take a look at him, he won't make it.

Tommy: Okay, let's go.

Wounded Man: Arrrghh, shit, this had to happen to me.

Man: Don't give up now, bud. You'll with the doc in a while and he'll put 
you back together again. It'll be okay, hang on!

Now, quickly drive back over the Terranova Bridge into New Ark, then head 
south all the way to Oakwood. Watch your clock/timer and the wounded 
man's health, and try to avoid both the police and large collisions. 
Hopefully, you can make it to the doctor's residence in time. Once you're done, 
you'll get a new objective.

Man: Here it is! Stop here! Thanks a lot. Okay, let's go, bud. We're okay, 
the doc'll look at you.

(They get out of the car and go to the house.)

Tommy: Jesus, what a mess, the whole car is covered in blood! I hope Luca 
has a lot of soap.

New Objective (J): Return to Lucas

Just make your way back to Lucas' shop in Downtown. I'm sure you know the way 
by now. Once there, Tommy and Lucas will have a short conversation. After that, 
Lucas will give you the information you need for your next bonus car. 

Lucas: Is he okay?

Tommy: Yeah, they're at the doctor, he'll be okay.

Lucas: Uff! That's a load off my mind, he's my good buddy! I owe you one.

Tommy: Well, since you do, could you clean the blood off the seats? The car 
looks like a slaughter house.

Lucas: Don't worry, Tommy, I'll sort it out.

Tommy: Well, I hope so.

(Next, Lucas is seen cleaning the car with a cloth and a bucket in the 
backyard of the shop with Tommy standing next to him.)

Lucas: Shit, that guy sure ain't short on blood.

Tommy: You can say that again, it was like a freakin' fountain.

Lucas: Except that water is much easier to clean off upholstery... You just 
wait till it dries.

Tommy: You could donate the blood you cleaned with that cloth to the 
hospital.

Lucas: Now it's mixed with soap.

Tommy: A-ha.

(Next, they are seen in front of the shop with the car.)

Lucas: Whatever, anyway I got a nice piece of work for you today and it's 
no big deal to get it.

Tommy: No blood?

Lucas: No, don't worry. At the multistory car lot on Central Island there's 
a beautiful sports car. You just go and lift it.

Tommy: Locks?

Lucas: Nothing special, with your skills it'll be a piece of cake. Just be 
careful that the gatekeeper don't call the cops on you.

Tommy: Okay. Thanks, Luca.

(Tommy gets in his car.)

Lucas: I put a towel on the seat, so you won't get a wet ass.

Tommy: Oh, that's just great!

Game Saved: 15-12 You Lucky Bastard! - Lucas Bertone 2

New Objective (K): Steal the Bruno Speedster near the parking lot on Central 
Island.

Take your car and head west to Central Island. Before you go, it's a good idea 
to use the cabinet on Lucas' wall to replenish whatever health you may have 
lost. The car lot that you're aiming for is actually outside the parking garage 
from "A Great Deal!" Anyway, once you're there, either gun down or run over the 
man who's conspicuously pacing back and forth. Then get out of your car and 
steal the very stylish Bruno Speedster 851 parked outside.

New Objective (L): Return to Salieri's

As usual, make your way back to the bar. Be aware of how fast your new car can 
go, and try not to crash or flip it over (which will kill you instantly). Once 
you arrive at the bar, the mission will end.

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (12) | (A) Drive to the Italian Garden restaurant with    |
|                        | Paulie and assassinate Sergio Morello.             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Lose the tail!                                 |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Return to Salieri's                            |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Drive to Morello's house and place the bomb on |
|                        | his car                                            |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Drive to the Rainbow Garden restaurant with    |
|                        | Paulie and assassinate Sergio Morello.             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Lose the tail!                                 |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (G) Return to Salieri's                            |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (H) Kill Sergio Morello.                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (I) Return to the Salieri Bar, alternatively, you  |
|                        | could visit Lucas Bertone on the way               |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (J) Return to Lucas                                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (K) Steal the Bruno Speedster near the parking lot |
|                        | on Central Island.                                 |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (L) Return to Salieri's                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | There is no single route to get through the        |
|                        | harbor. Instead, it is a wide-open area which      |
|                        | allows you to take nearly any path you choose to   |
|                        | get to the end. Also, there is a Lucas Bertone     |
|                        | side-mission available after you leave the harbor. |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | The truck ramming strategy at the harbor - The     |
|                        | extension of this strategy to encompass the entire |
|                        | "Harbor" part of this mission (thanks to reader    |
|                        | Anatoly Ivanov) - Also, the optional path leading  |
|                        | to a grenade box - Finally the use of the          |
|                        | explosive barrels to take out multiple gangsters   |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Guardian Terraplane Fordor Black                   |
|                        | Bruno Speedster 851 Silver                         |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Complete Bruno line now available for use in       |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Bruno Speedster 851                                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #16
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   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | After the death of Sergio Morello, Jr. in the previous   |
|                  | mission, Salieri decides to finish the job. He sends     |
|                  | Tommy, Paulie, and Sam out to kill his rival: Don        |
|                  | Morello.                                                 |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | An advertisement/playbill for a production of "Othello"  |
|                  | - Most of the details are impossible to make out.        |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1935                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie                                                   |
|                  | Sam                                                      |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)                                  |
|                  | Don Morello (ambient)                                    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (ambient)                                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Seven:                                                   |
|                  | 16-01 Creme De La Creme - Salieri Bar                    |
|                  | 16-02 Creme De La Creme - City                           |
|                  | 16-03 Creme De La Creme - Manhunt                        |
|                  | 16-04 Creme De La Creme - The Airport                    |
|                  | 16-05 Creme De La Creme - Back To The Bar                |
|                  | 16-06 Creme De La Creme - Lucas Bertone                  |
|                  | 16-07 Creme De La Creme - Lucas Bertone 2                |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | One:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (50 health) This kit is on the wall in Lucas' shop.   |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(Tommy, Salieri, Paulie and Sam are at the backroom of the bar.)

Salieri: It was a tough job, but we finally have Morello where we want him. 
Now one last step remains... eliminate him! In his sections of the city 
there's theft, robbery, blackmail, illegal lotteries, gaming rooms and 
whore-houses appearing all the time. But what's the biggest problem?

Tommy: Drugs?

Salieri: Horseshit! The problem is that we don't get a cent out of it! 
That'll change as soon as we get rid of Morello. His organization will 
collapse and all those smalltime cheats, thieves and criminals will kill 
each other without anybody over there to maintain order. Today we can 
finally remove that bastard once and for all. Paulie has come up with a 
plan.

Paulie: That's right! From what my informers tell me, we have one chance to 
get this guy. Morello watches his back and almost never shows himself in 
public. He goes everywhere in his bulletproof limo, clammed up like some 
seashell. But today he's coming out. He's going to the theatre to do some 
socializing with the creme de la creme of Lost Heaven. And we'll be there 
to show him something too.

Tommy: Isn't this a bit risky?

Salieri: It's risky, but this is our only opportunity to waste him in 
public and show everyone our power.

Paulie: We'll do it like this: Wait in front of the building until the end 
of the show. People will start coming out, so there'll be a lot of 
confusion. With Morello trying to make his way out, his gorillas won't have 
much of a chance to notice us before we hit him. Make sure you don't draw 
any attention to yourselves, so no shooting. Pull your weapons when you see 
him.

Tommy: I hope I still recognize him.

Paulie: Shouldn't be hard. Morello likes to wear his white suits, not many 
people wear them these days.

Salieri: Each of you get a Thompson or Lupara from Vincenzo. Wait out in 
front of the theater on Central Island until Morello comes out. Then go to 
it. The performance ends at 9 o'clock, so make sure you're there on time. 
It should work out fine, so don't come back without his head!

Tommy: Okay, boss!

Paulie: Let's get to it!

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 16-01 Creme De La Creme - Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Drive to the Theater on Central Island with Paulie and Sam 
and assassinate Morello.

Follow Paulie and Sam out into the Salieri Bar back lot, then head up to 
see Vincenzo. He'll be standing outside on the stairs. After he puts out his 
cigarette, just follow him back into the shop. He'll give Paulie and Sam 
Thompsons and leave a Sawed-Off Shotgun out for you. 

Paulie: Vincenzo, today we need some real heavy artillery. We gonna rub out 
Morello.

Vincenzo: Well, I think 600 shots per minute from an ol' Tommy gun should 
do the trick.

(He brings two Tommy guns from the cabinet to the table.)

Vincenzo: At the same time, we could stick to the ancient ways and use a 
more traditional Sicilian weapon for a job of this size.

Collect the weaponry, then head back down into the lot. Ralph has provided you 
with a Guardian Terraplane Fordor. Although I normally would say "take this or 
any other car," this time, I really WOULD suggest a different option. In 
particular, a Silver Fletcher or any of the advanced Lassiters would probably 
be a better choice. Whatever you decide, get in, wait for Paulie and Sam, then 
drive off into the city, where your game will be saved.

Game Saved: 16-02 Creme De La Creme - City

From the bar, just head down the Giuliano Street Tunnel onto Central Island. 
Once there, follow your map/compass to the theater. It's right near where you 
dropped off one of your passengers in "The Running Man." When you arrive, 
you'll find that the show let out early and Morello is already leaving. His 
Silver Fletcher is hard to miss, so turn around and follow it.

Paulie: Shit! He is leavin' already!

Sam: That damn show must have finished earlier!

Paulie: That silver limousine! Catch him!

New Objective (B): Chase and kill Morello.

Assuming you came from the main Central Island arterial, you'll have to turn 
around to stay with Morello. Just follow him as he goes over the Giuliano 
Bridge and into New Ark. Though Paulie and Sam will be shooting, they won't 
actually be able to hurt Morello, so don't endanger yourself simply so that 
they "can get a good shot." Keep tailing him north through New Ark and 
eventually into the countryside. Once there, the game will be saved again.

Game Saved: 16-03 Creme De La Creme - Manhunt

Continue your pursuit down this country road until you near the airport. Here, 
Morello will do one of two things. He'll either:

      a. turn left into the airport
                 or 
      b. continue straight

After playing this mission quite a few times, it doesn't seem that there's 
anything in particular that causes him to take one route over the other. I've 
read all sorts of hypotheses - that it's dependant on what side of the road 
you're driving on, how fast you're going, how close you are to Morello's Silver 
Fletcher, etc. etc. Still, I've never found any of these to work consistently 
enough to consider them to be causal. Regardless, you'll find that he turns 
into the airport about 75% of the time. Anyway, read the airport walkthrough 
below, or skip down a little bit for the continuation walkthrough.

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AIRPORT WALKTHROUGH - Follow this guide if Morello turns left into the airport.
                      Skip down to "Continuation Walkthrough" if he doesn't.

Follow Morello left into the airport. Once inside, the game will be saved.

Game Saved: 16-04 Creme De La Creme - The Airport

As you drive up into the parking lot, your car will suddenly sputter and die.

Paulie: What is it? What the hell is happening? Why did you stop?

Tommy: I don't know, it just broke down!

Paulie: Jesus Christ, we almost have him! Sam, come on, let's make this 
happen! Tom, get out and go after them, maybe you'll catch them!
 
Get out of the car and take out your Sawed-Off Shotgun. Run through the parking 
lot, while heading directly straight ahead (past the terminal you entered in 
"Omerta"). When you near the hedges/bushes, two gangsters will come around the 
corner. Quickly blow them away with your shotgun. As you're fighting, you 
should notice a large plane emerging from the hangar and heading down the 
runway. Also, you should see that a small red bar has now appeared at the top 
of your screen. This plane has Morello on board, and you can't allow him to 
escape. Continue down the tarmac as you run after the plane. Suddenly, Paulie 
and Sam will come driving up in the car that you just abandoned. 

Paulie: C'mon, Tom, get in! We'll shoot it down! Move it! They won't get 
away!

Get in the passenger seat and Paulie will hand you a Thompson. 

Paulie: Take my Thompson. You and Sam shoot them!

Equip the Thompson and aim out the window towards Morello's plane. Once you're 
within range, try to hit the propellers on either side. As you do more and more 
damage to the propeller engine compartment, you'll see sparks (and later fire) 
emit from it. Also, that red bar will begin to decrease. If you're hitting the 
propeller, but the bar isn't going down anymore, start shooting at the 
propeller on the other side. As the plane begins to rise off the ground, keep 
firing, and make sure that the red bar (the plane's "life") is completely 
empty. Just as the plane pulls away, a cinematic will play.

[Cinematic]

(Tommy and Sam continue to shoot, and the plane catches fire. Nevertheless 
it takes off. Tommy, Paulie and Sam get out of the car.)

Paulie: Sam shoot!

Sam: Bastards!

(Sam fires after the plane but it is beyond their range now.)

Paulie: Kill 'em, Sam!

Tommy: Damn it, Paulie.

(Suddenly, the plane crashes into the woods near the airport and explodes.)

Tommy: Wow!

Paulie: Yes!

(They start walking back towards the car.)

Tommy: How did you fix the car?

Paulie: Better ask Sam.

Tommy: Why ain't you a mechanic, Sam?

Sam: That work's too dirty for me.

[End of cinematic]

Now skip down a bit and read the next part of the walkthrough.
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CONTINUATION WALKTHROUGH - Follow this guide if Morello continues straight.
                           Read the "Airport Walkthrough" above if he doesn't.

If Morello continues straight instead of turning left into the airport, simply
keep following him. The road will head farther and farther upwards through a 
series of switchbacks. Just make sure that you keep close behind Morello. His 
Silver Fletcher has little trouble speeding through this area, and if your car 
is slow, you can easily fall behind. If you're really having trouble, you can 
try to cut over the large grassy area where the road goes left and then right, 
shortly after the Clark Motel (see horrible ASCII below):


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Anyway, just keep following him higher and higher through the countryside. 
Eventually, he'll reach a bridge that's still under construction, and a 
cinematic will play.

[Cinematic]

Morello: Brake! Hit the brake!

(Morello's driver stops at the last moment, leaving the car in a precarious 
position just at the edge of the bridge, unable to move. Seconds later 
Tommy, Paulie and Sam arrive in their own car. They stop for a moment and 
then press their car against Morello's, sending it down the bridge. 
Morello's car falls a long way and is smashed upside down. Tommy, Paulie 
and Sam get out of their car to look down.)

Sam: You think he's dead?

Tommy: Well, I guess so, yeah.

(Morello's car explodes.)

Sam: Oh, Christ!

Paulie: Well, he's definitely dead now.

Tommy: Let's go.

Sam: Okay, let's go.

[End of cinematic]

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Regardless of which path Morello took, you'll end up with the same basic 
outcome and a new objective.

New Objective (C): Return to the Salieri Bar, alternatively, you could visit 
Lucas Bertone on the way.

As you near the outskirts of the city, your game will be saved.

Game Saved: 16-05 Creme De La Creme - Back To The Bar

Unlike the normal routine here, return to the bar, even if you're going to 
attempt the Lucas Bertone side-mission. This is because you still have Sam and 
Paulie in the car, and they need to be dropped off. If you go to Lucas' anyway, 
Paulie will make a remark.

Paulie: Hey Tom. I'm pretty beat. Drop us at the front of the bar and come 
back later.

Therefore, you have to go to the Salieri Bar regardless of your plans for the 
rest of the mission. After stopping out front or in the back lot to let them 
out, head downtown towards Lucas' shop.

[Cinematic]

Lucas: Hey, Tommy!

Tommy: Hey. You got anything for me today?

Lucas: Well, today was a little rough...

Tommy: How come?

Lucas: Ah, you know, the guys left a car here that was involved in a chase 
with the cops and I kinda need to get it out of here fast.

Tommy: Why didn't they dump it themselves?

Lucas: Oh, well, we had a deal worked out with them, it was meant to be a 
sure thing, and it didn't work out. They were a little pissed, so they left 
it here.

Tommy: What's in it for me?

Lucas: A lovely German sports car.

Tommy: That's worth a risk. I'll do it. What can I do?

(Next, Tommy and Lucas are in the backyard next to the car.)

Lucas: It's pretty simple. Take the car to the cliffs outside of town and 
dump it in the sea.

Tommy: Cool.

Lucas: But if the coppers spot you, there'll be trouble. So you gotta shake 
them.

Tommy: Okay.

[End of cinematic]

After Lucas explains all this to you, you'll be in the back part of his shop, 
your game will be saved, and you'll have a new objective.

Game Saved: 16-06 Creme De La Creme - Lucas Bertone

New Objective (D): Take the car that's wanted by the Police to the cliffs near 
the lighthouse and dump it into the sea.

Here in the back lot, you should see a Crusader Chromium Tudor. Get in and 
slowly follow Lucas. Wait until he opens the gate leading out of the back lot, 
then drive out. You will notice that you already have a warrant for your 
arrest. In this special circumstance, even if you evade the police, the warrant 
will keep coming back. The only way to take care of this is to get rid of the 
car altogether. 

Drive east out to the Saint Paul Coast (south of Oak Hill). Be careful; if the 
car is destroyed, you fail the sub-quest. Along the way, you will have to face 
numerous police officers and patrol cars. When you reach the series of 
switchbacks that lead to Oak Hill, instead of going up them, turn right. Follow 
the dirt road down to the lighthouse.

Now before you do anything, make sure that you have no cops chasing you. If you 
still have a squad car or two on your tail, try luring them into driving off 
the cliff. Anyway, when there's no one bothering you, slowly roll the car up to 
the edge of the cliff. Use the brake profusely here, as falling off the cliff 
results in a mission failure (well, death actually). Try to park the car on an 
incline so that if you weren't holding the brake, it would drop off the cliff. 
But, and this is very important, DON'T DRIVE IT OFF THE CLIFF. 

When you're as far off the edge as you can be without falling off yourself, 
hold down the brake and shift the car into neutral (you'll have to 
switch to manual if you normally drive automatic). While still holding the 
brake, get out of the car. If you did everything correctly, the car should 
slowly roll off the cliff. As it slams into the waters below, your objective 
will be complete. Now if you absolutely got the car stuck, and couldn't get it 
off the cliff or back on the road, all hope is not lost. Just go and hijack a 
car from the road nearby. Drive this car back down to the lighthouse and use it 
to (lightly) ram the Crusader until it falls off the cliff. 

New Objective (E): Return to Lucas 

Once the incriminating vehicle rests safely beneath the waves, walk up the dirt 
path back to the main road. Run out in front of a passing car (make sure not to 
get hit) and make the car stop. Then circle around and hijack it. After that, 
just drive back to Lucas' shop. Once ther, go inside and talk to Lucas. 

Tommy: Okay, where's the car?

Lucas: That guy came in for it a while ago and drove off, but he said he 
was going for dinner at Roy's Grill. It's Downtown, it's just a little way 
from Pepe's restaurant. If you hurry, you'll still find the car there.

Tommy: What's goin' on, today's customer appreciation day?

Lucas: This one's an exception, he owes me big time. I did a bunch of jobs 
for him and I haven't seen dollar one. God knows what he does, but at the 
same time he acts like a classy guy. This way he pays his debts and I pay 
my debt to you. You'd better get going.

Tommy: Right, thanks.

Game Saved: 16-07 Creme De La Creme - Lucas Bertone 2

New Objective (F): Steal the Celeste Marque 500 parked in front of Roy's Grill 
Restaurant

Head back out into the city and drive north into New Ark. Follow your 
map/compass to the restaurant, where you should see the very stylish car parked 
out front. However, you will notice that no one is conspicuously pacing around 
the vehicle. You have three options here:

1. Go up to the car and start picking the lock. Almost immediately, the owner 
   will rush out of Roy's Grill and call for police assistance. The owner has a 
   Colt 1911, and the nearby officer has a S&W Model 10 M&P. Dispatch them 
   both, finish picking the lock, and drive away.

2. Stand near the Celeste, but don't try to pick the lock. Eventually, the 
   owner will come out of the restaurant and go towards his car. Wait until 
   he's just entered, then pump him full of lead through the driver's-side 
   window.

3. Don't even get out of your car; just stay in the parking lot. When the owner 
   comes out and gets in the Celeste, follow him. Continue tailing him as he 
   drives all the way to southern Oakwood. Wait for him to park outside his 
   house and walk away. Then get out and steal the car without any 
   interference. 

Whatever action you take, the end result will leave you with a new car and a 
new objective.

New Objective (G): Return to Salieri's

You know the drill. Just drive back to Salieri's to end the mission. On a side 
note, assuming you've been doing most of the Lucas Bertone missions, your 
garage should be filling up pretty quickly. If it's completely full, at the end 
of the mission a screen will pop up asking you which car(s) you want to get rid 
of to make room for your new ones. Unless you're keeping them for a stylistic 
or sentimental reason, there's generally no need to hold on to the basic "early 
'30s" cars (e.g. Bolts, Schuberts, etc.).

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (7)  | (A) Drive to the Theater on Central Island with    |
|                        | Paulie and Sam and assassinate Morello             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Chase and kill Morello                         |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Return to the Salieri Bar, alternatively, you  |
|                        | could visit Lucas Bertone on the way.              |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Take the car that's wanted by the Police to    |
|                        | the cliffs near the lighthouse and dump it into    |
|                        | the sea.                                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Return to Lucas                                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Steal the Celeste Marque 500 parked in front   |
|                        | of Roy's Grill Restaurant                          |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (G) Return to Salieri's                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | This mission is notable for its split path during  |
|                        | the "Manhunt" segment of the chase. If Morello     |
|                        | goes into the airport, you shoot down his plane.   |
|                        | If he continues straight, you chase after him,     |
|                        | eventually ramming his car off a bridge. There is  |
|                        | also a Lucas Bertone side-mission, which has its   |
|                        | own variety of alternate paths (see walkthrough).  |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Notes on multiple paths and shortcuts (see mission |
|                        | walkthrough)                                       |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Celeste Marque 500 White                           |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Complete Celeste line now available for use in     |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Celeste Marque 500                                 |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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[Cinematic]
 
1938

(Tommy and Norman are talking in the cafe.)

Norman: So you killed Morello! That must have felt good, huh?

Tommy: We celebrated. Salieri was thrilled, of course. We ran the whole 
town, practically, and there seemed to be an end to the bloodshed. For a 
while I felt like a king, until I came to a realization. If a regular guy 
like me could kill the most powerful man in the city, what good was all his 
power? Hell, if he hadn't been so powerful, he'd probably still be alive. 
It seemed to me that no matter how strong someone was, there was always 
somebody stronger to take them out.

Norman: So where did that intuitive thought take you?

Tommy: Greediness is bullshit. When you have no money, you think that a few 
bucks a month would be enough. Then you realize, that it wouldn't be bad to 
have a nice car. You get a great job in some higher position, but in 
actuality you are thinking about going higher. Before you know it, you 
wanna be the President of the United States and you wanna win the war 
against the Germans. Luckily, that won't happen.

Tommy: Plus, the whole strategy of watching other people's backs has one 
basic flaw: The whole time you have to watch your own back in case someone 
else has the same idea. So I thought to myself that maybe I oughtta change 
my priorities a little.

Norman: Great bible story, ha ha.

Tommy: Laugh it up. You know where it got me in the end.

(Tommy puts a photo on the table. It shows Salieri and Morello, both 
younger, with another, older man in the middle.)

Tommy: This...

(Norman takes it and looks at it.)

Norman: Who is it?

Tommy: It's from 1920. The old man is Don Peppone. The two younger ones are 
Salieri and Morello. This photo convinced me that this kind of life is 
poisonous. Morello and Salieri were friends and they were both commanders 
of Peppone's regime. But in the 1920s, they got Don Peppone killed because 
of some deal. Strangely enough, Salieri still admires the guy now.

Tommy: Afterward they divided up the city and each ruled their own part of 
it, but they started to compete with each other. I ended up being Salieri's 
instrument of death to kill his best friend, to save him from looking 
Morello in the eye. It occurred to me that my friends and the people I loved 
were the same. Some day I'd turn to Paulie and be looking straight down the 
barrel of a gun. I couldn't be sure of anybody, above or below me.

Norman: But you were risking your life everyday. Being a sharpshooter for 
the mafia ain't no bed of roses, the way you tell it.

Tommy: It's different when you're living it, when you're full of energy and 
you're fighting for your life with someone who's like your brother. You're 
just two soldiers who know what needs to be done, and it all depends on 
your ability to survive. It's a war. The constant feeling that you can't 
even trust your best friend is terrible. You are alone and death can come 
from anywhere. I'd lie awake at night wondering if the joke my best friend 
told me was really just a joke, or if I should get prepared for my own 
execution. A person needs someone he can trust.

[End of cinematic]

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Mission #17
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   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | Although Don Morello has finally been taken out, Salieri |
|                  | is not quite finished with his business. On this         |
|                  | occasion, he sends Tommy to the old prison on Central    |
|                  | Island to assassinate a politician with whom he takes    |
|                  | issue.                                                   |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A period American flag with 48 stars (since neither      |
|                  | Alaska nor Hawaii was a state in 1938)                   |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1938                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Vincenzo (ambient)                                       |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (ambient)                                          |
|                  | Mr. Sewer (ambient)(new)                                 |
|                  | Lucas' Friend (unnamed)(ambient)(new)                    |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Seven:                                                   |
|                  | 17-01 Election Campaign - Salieri Bar                    |
|                  | 17-02 Election Campaign - City                           |
|                  | 17-03 Election Campaign - Old Prison                     |
|                  | 17-04 Election Campaign - Prison Tower                   |
|                  | 17-05 Election Campaign - Return To The Bar              |
|                  | 17-06 Election Campaign - Lucas Bertone                  |
|                  | 17-07 Election Campaign - Lucas Bertone 2                |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | Two:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (50 health) Midway through the old prison, there will |
|                  | be an area where you can see outside through a hole in   |
|                  | the wall (your view includes the manhole you used to     |
|                  | enter the prison). On the wall next to this hole is the  |
|                  | health kit. Even though the cover is broken off, it      |
|                  | works just fine.                                         |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 2. (50 health) As is becoming customary, there's a kit   |
|                  | on the wall in Lucas Bertone's shop.                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

1938

(Tommy and Salieri are in the backroom of the bar. Salieri is looking at a 
newspaper.)

Salieri: That guy sickens me. He controls half of the brothels in the city, 
doesn't pay us a dime, and then has the nerve to say he's ending crime in 
the city. Of course, I wouldn't give a damn about what he says, but him and 
his whores are trying to expand even into our territory. I have a feeling 
it's time to finish his political career. With the elections such a long 
way off... we'll have to remove him physically.

Tommy: I don't know, boss. Haven't we seen enough violence for a while? I 
just have a strange feeling about this.

Salieri: Tommy, we are on the verge of running this town, he's the only 
thing that's standing in our way.

Tommy: You want him knocked off in public like Morello?

Salieri: In public yes, but not like Morello. Remember that knocking off a 
politician is messier than offing a gangster. We don't want anyone to 
implicate us. The speculation and fear will be enough for our purposes.

Tommy: So? How are we gonna do it?

Salieri: Mr. Sewer has a rally today in a park on a little isle off Central 
Island. There is only one escape route over a small bridge and normally it 
would be a problem, but Vincenzo has an idea. He took a regular army rifle 
and put a telescopic sight on it, so you should be able to hit him from a 
much greater distance. You won't even have to be on the island!

Tommy: Where then?

Salieri: You can get a beautiful view of him from Central Island, from the 
tower of the old abandoned prison on the north tip of the island. You'll 
have the whole park right in front of you, and with that rifle it won't be 
difficult to take out your target without attracting too much attention.

Tommy: That doesn't sound like a bad plan.

Salieri: Good. Talk to Vincenzo, and get the rifle.

Tommy: Okay, boss.

Salieri: And remember Tommy, you have to do it from a distance, and nobody 
must see you. You'll probably only get one shot at this. If you don't hit 
him immediately, they'll cover him and the job will be ruined.

Tommy: I got it, boss.

[End of cinematic]

After the opening cinematic, your game will be saved and you'll have a new 
objective.

Game Saved: 17-01 Election Campaign - Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Assassinate the politician from the tower on top of the Old 
Prison.

Head out of the briefing room and go pay a visit to Vincenzo. 

Tommy: Hey! You got some heavy duty gear for me, Vincenzo?

Vincenzo: You'll need to pick this guy off at a distance, right? So I dug 
out the best weapon for you. The military trains by mounting a sight on 
this standard rifle, similar to a hunting rifle.

(Vincenzo puts the rifle on the table.)

Vincenzo: I got hold of a Mosin Nagant rifle. It's produced here but the 
Russians upgraded it to a marksman's rifle. It's a good, precise weapon.

Tommy: It looks interesting. Well, I hope it works.

(Vincenzo also puts a Colt 1911 pistol on the table.)

Vincenzo: Well, Tom, take a decent handgun too. You never know who you 
might bump into.

Tommy: Ain't that the truth, thanks.

While this rifle won't be all that useful in close-quarters combat, it is 
absolutely necessary if you're to successfully assassinate your target. After 
picking up these weapons, head back down into the car lot and see Ralph. He'll 
provide you with a Wright Coupe, but as usual, feel free to take a different 
car if you prefer. 

Ralph: Hey, Tom. I have this for you. It's a sensible, spacious and solid 
car.

(He shows him a Wright Coupe car.)

Ralph: I think you'll like it. Yeah, and you can get into it real easy.

Tommy: Thanks, Ralphy.

Now head out into the city.

Game Saved: 17-02 Election Campaign - City

Your destination is the old prison, which is located at the north end of 
Central Island. It's actually quite close to Salieri's, and you should have no 
trouble getting there. Once you arrive, park your car and head towards the 
destination marked on your compass. You should be heading off the street, into 
a small parking lot. You should also see some construction equipment and a man 
standing around. If you talk to him, he'll tell you to leave. However, you need 
to get down that manhole. Depending on how you deal with the worker, you will 
face different scenarios later on in the mission. For more information, take a 
look farther down in the walkthrough or in the "Easter Eggs" section of this 
guide.

For simply getting through the mission, the best option is to kill the man. 
After doing so, "use" his body, and Tommy will drag it over and drop it down 
the manhole. This will cover your tracks so that you don't have to deal with 
certain problems later on in the mission. Of course, if you'd prefer, you can 
ignore the man, or kill him and leave his body in plain sight. Whatever you 
choose, head down the manhole ("use" it). Next, walk across the tunnel and 
climb up the other ladder.

Game Saved: 17-03 Election Campaign - Old Prison

You'll now find yourself in the old prison. Because of the way the level is 
designed, there's only one place from which you can actually execute your 
assassination (all puns intended). To reach this location, you'll have to make 
your way through most of the prison facility. Unfortunately for you, while the 
prison is decommissioned, it is not abandoned. In fact, a fair number of 
enemies are currently stationed there. It's rather unclear whether they are 
supposed to be gangsters in control of the area or just well-armed vagrants. 
Either way, you won't be able to go about your mission unhindered.

A note about your rifle: It is possible to use your rifle during the normal 
enemy encounters throughout this mission. Since you only need one bullet to 
kill your target (two to be safe), you have eight other rounds that you might 
as well use. So if you get in a firefight where you think the rifle might help 
out, feel free to use it. Just make sure you keep at least one bullet for Mr. 
Sewer.
 
After exiting the manhole, head down the walkway, away from the dogs, and take 
a left. Go through the metal door at the end of this path and you'll be inside 
the prison building. Go into the main room and head left through the barred 
door. A few of the cell doors are open in this area, so you can enter if you 
like, but there isn't anything of interest in them. Make your way across this 
room, through the door at the other end, and up the staircase. If you haven't 
done so already, you should draw a weapon and get ready for some combat.

On the next floor, you will have to engage and kill four gangsters. One should 
be walking right in front of you. The other three are sitting by a flaming 
barrel. For reference, three of the enemies have magnums and one has a knife. 
After dispatching them, collect all their weapons and head through the area. 
Continue outside onto the wooden walkway and head up the stairs. Take a left 
into the small room and you should hear more gangsters preparing to ambush you.

"Use" the door, and Tommy will kick it open, knocking down the shotgun-wielding 
enemy standing right on the other side. Quickly finish him off before he gets 
to his feet, then duck back inside the room. In the next area, there are four 
more gangsters. Two have magnums and two have Colt Detective Specials. After 
taking them out, collect everyone's guns and continue through the area. Be 
careful, as an enemy will come out of one of the cells behind you. However, his 
baseball bat should be no match for any of your weapons. Once he goes down, 
another shotgun-wielding enemy should come running down the hall towards you. 
Take him out however you see fit.

Continue down the hall and through the doorway. In the next area, you can see 
outside through a large hole in the wall, but unfortunately it doesn't face 
your target. There's also a health kit here (with the cover broken off). 
If you've lost more than 50 health, you might as well use it. If not, you can 
return later. Next, head down the hallway nearby. Don't worry about the cells 
on your right; no one will jump out at you. In the next area, there should be 
another enemy with a Colt Detective Special. This time, you have the drop on 
him. Use that to your advantage and take him out.

Move around the corner and towards the stairwell. Be cautious, however, as 
three enemies are crouched on these stairs (two with Colt Detective Specials, 
one with a Colt 1911), waiting to ambush you. Use the most of your third-person 
perspective to draw a bead and fire on these guys as quickly as possible. As 
you climb the stairs, you should hear a shotgun blast and see a man come 
crashing down to the ground floor. His assailant is nearby, so carefully edge 
up the stairs and try to get a clear shot at him. Continue up, making sure not 
to fall in the area where the man broke through the guardrail. At the top, 
head through the door, and your game should be saved.

Game Saved: 17-04 Election Campaign - Prison Tower

Finally, you're in position to assassinate your target. Take out your rifle and 
edge along the walkway to the right so that you can fire from a crouched 
position. Use the scope and look out towards the island right in front of you. 
Mr. Sewer is the politician standing at the podium. Even with your scope, the 
target is quite far away, and your aim is hardly stable. Still, do your best to 
line up the shot, then fire at his head. If you miss, or if your shot only 
wounds him, he will quickly be escorted to his car by bodyguards, and you 
may not be able to finish the job. In this case, either try to get another shot
off, or just reload the save until you can successfully take him down with a 
single bullet.
 
New Objective (B): Return to Salieri's

Don't be too tempted by this new objective just yet. Instead, stay on the 
walkway and close the door so that you can keep going to the left. Head out 
until the path ends, then quickly run back a few feet, as part of the 
walkway will collapse. From here, you should have a good view of the recreation 
area, and the four guard dogs patrolling there. In order to get back to 
Salieri's, you're going to have to leave through that courtyard, and those dogs 
are NOT friendly. Since you should only have used one or two bullets to 
assassinate your target, you probably have plenty of rounds left to take out 
the dogs in the area below. After doing so, go back the way you came until you 
reach the large stairwell.

Head all the way down the stairs. If you didn't get the health kit before, you 
might as well now, since you won't be coming back here again. Return to the 
stairs and continue all the way down to the ground floor. This opens up into 
the courtyard where all the dogs were before. Normal weapons can be used to 
take out any dogs that you missed earlier. If you didn't kill any, you can 
actually attempt to just run through this part, but you may take some extra 
damage.  Head to the opposite end of this area, shoot the lock off the door, 
and head through. 

Game Saved: 17-05 Election Campaign - Return To The Bar

New Objective (C): Return to the Salieri Bar. Alternatively, you could visit 
Lucas Bertone on the way.

After you exit the prison compound, the scene you face is going to be 
different, depending on what you did to the worker standing by the manhole 
earlier in the mission. If you killed him and left the body where it was, you 
will have four cops to deal with. A Lassiter V16 Charon (Hearse) will also show 
up. If you just injured him, only two cops will show up, but he'll be ratting 
you out to them. However, if you drop your guns before exiting the prison, 
they'll let you go, and won't attack you. Finally, if you killed him and hid 
the body, no police will be there to interfere with your plans.

As usual, I will provide a walkthrough for the Lucas Bertone side-mission. If 
you're not interested in it, just head back to the Salieri Bar. Otherwise, make 
your way over to Bertone's Auto Shop. Lucas will tell you to head to the Works 
Quarter to pick up a friend of his before the cops do.

Lucas: Hello there. How are you today?

Tommy: I just got outta jail.

Lucas: Real cute, but there ain't time for that now, Tommy! I need you to 
pick up a guy in the Works Quarter, but quick! The cops are after him and 
he doesn't even know about it.

Tommy: Where?

Lucas: You won't see anyone else walking around in a suit there, so you 
certainly won't miss him. But you gotta hurry, before the cops get there, 
or he's finished! Bring him here.

Tommy: Okay, I'm on my way. But I wasn't kidding about being in jail.

Naturally, your game will be saved and you'll have a new objective.

Game Saved: 17-06 Election Campaign - Lucas Bertone

New Objective (D): Find Lucas's friend in the Works Quarter before the Police 
do and get him back to Lucas's.

Even though you aren't given very much time for this mission, your destination 
is rather far away. So get over there as quickly as possible. You should see 
a man in a suit standing next to the front steps of a building. Get close to 
him (you don't even need to get out of the car) and Tommy will tell him what's 
going on. Let him into the passenger seat, then leave.
 
Tommy: Luca sent me. The cops are after you, I gotta take you to safety.

Man: Shit, how did they find me?

(The man gets in the car.)

Tommy: And now let's go back to Lucas'.

New Objective (E): Return to Lucas's with his friend.

The objective is pretty self explanatory. Just head back to Lucas'. Note that 
if you cut your deadline (timer) very close, you may see the cops actually 
arrive on the scene. In this case, you will have to evade or kill them. 
Otherwise, your drive back should be completely peaceful. Talk to Lucas and 
he'll tell you what to do next.
 
Man: What happened, Lucas?

Lucas: They figured out it was you, they know where you are and I got wind 
that they'd be coming for your ass today.

Man: Thank God it worked out that way. I could be sitting on ice.

Lucas: No no, thank Tom here. He stuck his neck out.

Man: Thanks, bud, I'll remember it.

Tommy: Glad to be of help.

Lucas: Okay, sit down a while, me and Tom need to work something out.

Man: Okay.

(The man leaves them and goes to sit on a chair.)

Lucas: Tommy, I have got something nice for you. Sixteen-cylinder with 
custom bodywork. A collector's piece.

Tommy: And where will I find it?

Lucas: Some playboy in Oak Hill's having a party today. There'll be loads 
of guests and one of them has got exactly the car you're looking for. You 
open it the same as a regular V16, but otherwise it's more of a work of art 
than a car. You'll know the place, and there'll be a lot of pricey cars 
parked there.

Tommy: Great, thanks for the tip.

Game Saved: 17-07 Election Campaign - Lucas Bertone 2

New Objective (F): Steal the Lassiter V16 Appolyon parked near the villa in Oak 
Hill.

As usual, use the health kit before you head out, then make your way up to Oak 
Hill. After a lengthy and/or steep drive, park somewhere near your target car. 
Walk towards it, and you should see two men admiring this rare vehicle. To 
avoid a spectacle and unnecessary bloodshed, talk to them, and Tommy will ask 
them to leave. Now you should be able to pick the car's lock unhindered. There 
are two guards standing in front of the gate nearby, but they shouldn't be able 
to see you as long as the other guys don't tip them off. If they do, you will 
have to have a little firefight. Either way, pick the lock and drive off.

New Objective (G): Return to Salieri's.

Just make your way back to the bar. As mentioned earlier, your garage will 
probably be filling up about this time, so you may need to remove some older or 
less desirable cars to make room for your new ones.

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (7)  | (A) Assassinate the politician from the tower on   |
|                        | top of the Old Prison.                             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Return to Salieri's.                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Return to the Salieri Bar, alternatively, you  |
|                        | could visit Lucas Bertone on the way.              |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Find Lucas's friend in the Works Quarter       |
|                        | before the Police do and get him back to Lucas's.  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Return to Lucas's with his friend.             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Steal the Lassiter V16 Appolyon parked near    |
|                        | the villa in Oak Hill.                             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (G) Return to Salieri's                            |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | When you first arrive at the old prison, a worker  |
|                        | tells you to leave. To get down the manhole he's   |
|                        | "guarding," you can choose a number of options,    |
|                        | all of which have different repercussions later on |
|                        | in the mission. If you kill him and leave the body |
|                        | where it is, you will have four cops to deal with  |
|                        | at the end of the mission, and a Lassiter V16      |
|                        | Charon (Hearse) will also show up. If you just     |
|                        | injure him, only two cops will show up, but he'll  |
|                        | be ratting you out to them. However, if you drop   |
|                        | ayour guns before exiting the prison, they'll let  |
|                        | you go, and won't attack you. A third option is to |
|                        | kill him and dump his body down the manhole,       |
|                        | thereby eliminating the evidence and leaving you   | 
|                        | free from police interference at the end of the    |
|                        | mission.                                           |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Also, there is a Lucas Bertone side-mission.       |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Note the multiple scenarios you face after leaving |
|                        | the prison, depending on how you dealt with the    |
|                        | manhole "guard" at the beginning.                  |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Lassiter V16 Appolyon White                        |
|                        | Wright Coupe Red                                   |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Lassiter Advanced line now available for use in    |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Lassiter V16 Fordor                                |
|                        | Lassiter V16 Appolyon                              |
|                        | Lassiter V16 Police                                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Complete Wright line now available for use in      |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Wright Coupe                                       |
|                        | Wright Fordor                                      |
|                        | Wright Coupe Gangster                              |
|                        |                                                    |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #18
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******************** J U S T   F O R   R E L A X A T I O N ********************
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   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
 /                                   /________________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | After the heated events of the last few missions, Don    |
|                  | Salieri has decided to give Tommy, Paulie and Sam a much |
|                  | easier assignment. As he says, this one is "just for     |
|                  | relaxation." You are tasked with stealing crates of      |
|                  | expensive cigars from a warehouse in the harbor.         |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A cigar with a cream-colored case resting on top of a    |
|                  | cigar box (reading "Dan Vitorio Premium Cigars           |
|                  | 10 Robusto Tubes")                                       |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1938                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie                                                   |
|                  | Sam                                                      |
|                  | Salieri (ambient)                                        |
|                  | Vincenzo (ambient)                                       |
|                  | Ralph (ambient)                                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Luigi (ambient)                                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Five:                                                    |
|                  | 18-01 Just For Relaxation - Salieri Bar                  |
|                  | 18-02 Just For Relaxation - City                         | 
|                  | 18-03 Just For Relaxation - Transport Required           |
|                  | 18-04 Just For Relaxation - The Harbor                   |
|                  | 18-05 Just For Relaxation - The Trap                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | One:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (50 health) When you're in the harbor area, you can   |
|                  | roam freely about (as long as you don't pull out a       |
|                  | weapon). If you go to the small building at the far end, |
|                  | a health kit is inside. This is the same one from "You   |
|                  | Lucky Bastard!" where a sniper was hiding in the         |
|                  | building.                                                |
|                  |                                                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(Tommy, Salieri, Paulie and Sam are sitting in the backroom of the bar.)

Salieri: Today's job is just for relaxation, boys. There's an import firm 
that brings in lots of luxury goods from around the world. Yesterday 
another boatload of goods came into the harbor and I have a taste for a few 
of the items on the list.

Sam: What do they got that we don't have, sir?

Salieri: Well, I haven't smoked a decent cigar in a long time, and they 
have almost a ton of them.

Tommy: Cigars?

Salieri: Yes, cigars. Something strange about that? Customers in our 
nightclubs are interested in good, quality cigars, but they're expensive 
and difficult to get. If we manage to get a truck full of the best cigars, 
we can make as much money as we would off a bank job.

Sam: What?

Salieri: Oh my God. Just bring me a truckload. Paulie, explain it to them.

(Salieri gets up and leaves the room.)

Paulie: Okay, it's like this...

Tommy: Paulie, what the hell is goin' on?

Paulie: How the hell would I know, Tommy? We have to just nab a truck full 
of expensive cigars! The Don wants them and it makes us money, so it's up 
to us to get them.

Tommy: It just seems a bit smalltime for him.

Sam: Forget about it, Tom.

Paulie: The cigars we gotta steal are packed in crates at the harbor. We 
need to get them to a truck and then leave the harbor. But first we have to 
get in.

Tommy: How do we do that? There's a tougher guard at the harbor now than 
when Morello was around.

Paulie: Exactly. Brute force won't work, so we're gonna play this one cool. 
We'll just nab one of the trucks while they're moving goods around the 
city. The trucks have signs on them that say "Atlantic Import". We'll wait 
for one to come out of the harbor, follow it to a nice quiet place with no 
cops, then block its path. A few shots into the air ought to get the driver 
out. Once we take his papers, one of us can get into the harbor.

Tommy: So we're gonna kill the poor bastard?

Sam: No, it's too much hassle. So long as we get him out, get everything 
he's got on him.

Paulie: You'll take the truck to the harbor, Tommy. Load it up with the 
crates of cigars and then we'll meet at the agreed place.

Tommy: I'll load them up alone, unload them alone, and then maybe I'll 
smoke a few. So what are you gonna do?

Paulie: We'll wait a little way from the harbor at the agreed place. If 
somebody starts tailing you, we'll deal with them. Then you take the truck 
to the hand-off point.

Tommy: Yeah, right. How will I recognize these crates?

Paulie: They'll have signs on them saying "Scorsese Import Export".

Tommy: And the agreed place?

Sam: We'll go there and I'll show you.

Paulie: Yeah. First we'll go there and then we'll get the truck.

Tommy: So, let's go.

[End of cinematic]

As usual, you'll leave the opening cinematic with a saved game and a new 
objective.

Game Saved: 18-01 Just For Relaxation - Salieri Bar

New Objective (A): Go to see Vincenzo and get a weapon. Talk to Ralph. Drive to 
the agreed meeting place in the Works Quarter.

Go out into the back lot of the bar where you'll see a man talking to Ralph. 
After a few brief words, the man will get into the Lassiter V16 Charon (Hearse) 
parked in the driveway and leave. You can talk to Ralph now, but you might as 
well pay Vincenzo a visit first. He'll give you a baseball bat and a Colt 1911 
(and Thompsons for Paulie and Sam). 

Vincenzo: Hey boys, so what will it be?

Paulie: Get Tom here a bat and a gun and get us two Thompsons.

Vincenzo: Okay.

(Vincenzo puts the Thompsons on the table. Paulie and Sam take them.)

Paulie: Yeah, thanks.

(Vincenzo then produces the baseball bat and the Colt 1911 pistol for 
Tommy.)

Tommy: Thanks, Vincenzo.

Now head back down into the lot.

Talk with Ralph, and he'll show you how to lift a Lassiter V16 Fordor.

Ralph: H-H-Hey there, boys! I have something here for you. Something 
special today.

(He shows them a Lassiter V16 Fordor.)

Paulie: Yeah, I like it. It looks pretty good.

Ralph: You can g-g-get into it this way.

Tommy: Yeah, okay, we can do that. Thanks, Ralphy.

Ralph: I-It's nothing.

Get in the car and drive out of the lot into the city. It should come as no 
surprise that your game will be saved again.

Game Saved: 18-02 Just For Relaxation - City

Paulie: Alright, we'll go into a place in the Works Quarter to drop Sam 
off.

Your objective will now read simply "Drive to the agreed meeting place in the 
Works Quarter." Well...do what it says. Follow your map/compass to the meeting 
place, then head through the narrow alleyway. Once Sam gets out of the car, 
another cinematic will play.

[Cinematic]

Paulie: Since we're all here, I wanna ask you both something.

Sam: What's on your mind?

Paulie: Well, I got this idea, I might need you to do a little job with me.

Tommy: Oh, yeah? What's the deal?

Paulie: Well, it's a big deal actually. I can't manage it alone and you're 
my good buddies, we know each other... You know...

Sam: And Salieri? He know about this?

Paulie: Nah, he doesn't and he doesn't need to know. He's already got 
enough money.

Tommy: So, what's it all about?

Paulie: Well, I was checking out this bank...

Tommy and Sam (in unison): What?!

Paulie: Cool it, it's okay! This bank isn't too secure, it's just a little 
joint. At the end of the month they always have a big pile of money in the 
safe. We'd be pretty loaded if we pulled it off.

Tommy: Or we'd all be dead! What's the matter with you? Besides, we've got 
plenty of money.

Paulie: Bull! We ain't doin' bad, but we sure aren't loaded! Salieri ain't 
a bad boss, but once in a while I'd like to make some decent dough on the 
side, not some tiny share.

Tommy: I'm not sure it's such a great plan, Paulie.

Paulie: What do you say, Sam?

Sam: Count me out. The family's pretty important to me.

Paulie: Yeah, right. You're probably right, forget about it, I was just 
thinking out loud.

Tommy: Okay, good.

Sam: Okay, I think it's time. I'll go get ready.

Paulie: I'll be back in a while. Tom, let's get to the harbor.

[End of cinematic]

New Objective (B): Wait for the truck that's leaving Lost Heaven Port.

Let Paulie get back in the car, then head to your new destination: Lost Heaven 
Port (the harbor). The alleyway goes all the way through, so you can continue 
following it if you'd like. Once you get near the harbor, your game will be 
saved again and you'll be given a new objective.

Paulie: Now, we'll wait here for a truck and then follow it. We'll overtake 
it in a safe spot and take what we need.

Game Saved: 18-03 Just For Relaxation - Transport Required 

New Objective (C): Steal the truck.

Like Paulie says, wait for a truck to come out of the harbor. Just drive slowly 
in a circle around the parking lot and then follow the truck as it goes out the 
driveway. Do not attempt to enter the harbor yourself. Note that although it's 
rare, the truck occasionally just doesn't come out of the harbor at all (game 
bug). If this happens, simply reload the previous save. 

Once you're out into the Works Quarter, you need to steal the truck. You can 
attempt to hijack the vehicle and attack the driver until he gives you the 
papers, but this doesn't always work. The way you are intended to play is to 
follow the truck to the warehouse where it unloads its goods. Park in the 
alleyway nearby so that your car blocks the way out. Once the men have finished 
unloading, the driver will come out and drive towards you. When he stops (since 
you're in his way), pull him out of the car.

New Objective (D): Steal the driver's documents.

Start hitting the driver until he surrenders his papers. It's that easy...in 
theory. In reality, however, he usually tries to run away, and will alert the 
(armed) guards around the warehouse. Although Paulie doesn't approve, killing 
him may be the best option. Either way, collect his papers. At this point, 
Paulie will leave to go wait at the meeting place.

New Objective (E): Drive the truck back to the Port and steal all of the 
"Scorsese import" boxes. 

Follow your objective and head back to the harbor. Pull inside the gate and a 
guard will come to inspect your papers. After he lets you through, your game 
will be saved and you will have essentially the same objective, just 
abbreviated. 

Game Saved: 18-04 Just For Relaxation - The Harbor

New Objective (F): Steal all "Scorsese import" boxes.

Drive straight ahead down the main path through the harbor. Make sure not to 
hit anyone, or you will probably get shot to pieces. In fact, during this 
entire segment, do NOT draw a weapon. The guards are even more numerous and 
well-armed than when you were here in "You Lucky Bastard!" and you won't stand 
a chance if you try to take them on. Keep going until you see the loading dock 
and an open warehouse door on your left. Park here so that the back of your 
truck faces the platform with the man standing on it.

Approach the man, and he will tell you to move a set of crates (not the ones 
you want) to the dispatch hall. 

Chief: Where are you going? Why are you standing around doing nothing? We 
need all hands on deck today! I need you to take those crates down to the 
Dispatch Hall. I'm gonna go take a leak and it'd better be done when I get 
back!

Tommy: Er... Yes, chief.

Note: I've read some guides suggesting that you attempt to load the Scorsese 
crates into your truck at this point. However, I've never been able to finish 
before the chief returns and call the guards on you. You're welcome to start 
(load half the boxes, for example), just don't let the guy see you. Anyway, 
you're better off just following his instructions and making your way down to 
the crates he pointed out to you. Talk to the workers nearby, and they'll help 
you move them. 

Tommy: Hey, fellas.

Worker: What can I do for you, buddy?

Tommy: Boys, we need to carry those crates down to the Dispatch Hall.

Worker: Alright then. Okay, let's go, boys.

Press action to pick up a crate, walk it over into the dispatch hall, then 
press action again to put it down on the pallet. Once all the crates are 
loaded, the man will come to yell at you for being too rough. 

Chief: Fine. But you threw them here like trash!

At this point, you can explore the harbor, if you wish. There is a health kit 
in the building at the far end. You may want to use it if you got injured 
earlier in the mission. However, you've probably already seen as much of the 
harbor as you care to. Return to the Scorsese boxes and talk to the man there 
again. Tommy will make up a story to keep the guy busy.

Tommy: Chief, the boys at the train there need you. They're having some 
problems.

Chief: I should've known. As soon as I turn my back everybody immediately 
goofs off.

Now you can load the crates. Pick them up and take them over to the back of the 
truck. It works the same way as with the other crates earlier. You don't have 
to be lightning fast, but as long as you don't screw around, you should finish 
long before the man returns.

New Objective (G): Drive the truck back to the agreed meeting place in the 
Works Quarter.

Now get back in the truck and head towards the harbor exit. 

Game Saved: 18-05 Just For Relaxation - The Trap

As soon as the game loads, floor the accelerator. The guard will catch on 
pretty quickly, so if you stay and wait, all the guys will open fire at you 
anyway. As you leave the harbor, two enemy vehicles will start to tail you. 
Don't bother trying to shake them off. Just head towards the meeting spot. You 
do have a damage meter (i.e. if you take too much damage, you fail), but the 
truck is heavy enough to hold its own, so you shouldn't have too much trouble 
getting to your destination. Once you arrive, Paulie and Sam will be waiting to 
ambush the gangsters following you. Join in the fight and keep shooting until 
all the enemies are dead. Feel free to use the shotgun propped up against a 
nearby wall if you need some extra firepower. 

New Objective (H): Drive the truck to Salieri's warehouse.

Get back in the truck and follow your map/compass to Salieri's warehouse. You 
shouldn't have any more hostiles chasing after you now, so feel free to drive 
casually and take a breather. 

Tommy: Today was just great. While you two messed around, I carried at 
least a ton of crates surrounded by guys with guns.

Paulie: Somebody had to do it and you're the youngest. Sam always has the 
bright ideas.

Tommy: Oh, so it's SAM! Next time, you can unload that truck, I ain't 
touching another crate.

Paulie: Well, we'll see about that.

Remember that your destination is Salieri's Warehouse, not the Salieri Bar, so 
your trip may be a little longer than usual.

[Cinematic]

Paulie: Perfect! We did it!

Tommy: Good. Now we'll finally see what's inside these crates.

Paulie: Good idea, I hope it didn't get damaged on the way.

(They get out and walk to the back of the truck as Tommy lights a 
cigarette. Paulie opens the back of the truck and gets on to check the 
crates.)

Paulie: A few of them fell off and the cigars are smashed up. 

(The camera just shows Tommy as he smokes his cigarette while Paulie 
rummages through the crates.)

Paulie: Well, it ain't so bad. This one's just bent, so we'll straighten it 
out... Damn! I messed that up!

Tommy: What the hell are you doing?

Paulie: What? I dropped a few things, nothing big... Hey box, what you got 
inside?

Paulie: Christ! Tom, you ain't gonna believe this!

Tommy: What is it, what's inside those boxes?

(Paulie opens one of the boxes from the crates and shows it to Tommy.)

Tommy: Damn, are you thinking what I'm thinking?

Paulie: Well, they don't look like cigars.

(Tommy takes a diamond from the box and lifts it up. Apparently the boxes 
all carry diamonds.)

Tommy: And it's definitely not rock candy.

Paulie: Those are diamonds, and a hell of a lot of them.

Tommy: What if they're just phonies? You know, they exchange cigars for 
mirrors, props, beads, stuff like that?

Paulie: I think only Columbus got away with that. These look like diamonds, 
Tom. And there's a hell of a lot of them.

Tommy: I knew Salieri wouldn't risk so much for some damned cigars.

Paulie: Well, it looks like you were right. What do you wanna do? Should we 
take them?

Tommy: What? You think we'd get away with it?

Paulie: Well, we could say that some crates got lost in the chase... or...

Tommy: You can forget that! That's bullshit!

(Tommy gives the box back to Paulie.) 

Tommy: Put them back where you found them! I don't wanna end up with a hole 
in my head!

Paulie: What if we just took one or two each? There's so many.

Tommy: Paulie!

Paulie: Okay, okay, I'll put them back...

(Paulie puts the box back into the crate.)

Paulie: But what if Salieri doesn't even know about them?

Tommy: I think we can easily find out if he knows.

Paulie: How?

(Tommy looks and sees their car approaching the warehouse.)

Tommy: Sam's bringing him here right now. Come, we'll see firsthand if he 
knows.

(Paulie gets off the back of the truck. Next, Salieri is seen next to the 
truck.)

Salieri: Bravo, boys! You did it. You've got a well-deserved bonus coming 
your way.

(Salieri looks at the crates.)

Salieri: Ah, one crate got broke, but it's nothing. It looks like these 
ones at the back are okay. Bravo, bravo.

Tommy: Boss, should we unload the crates and put the cigars into the 
warehouse?

Salieri: Eh... no no, not yet. Anyway, why should you do it? I can get 
someone else. You want to work in my warehouse, too? Ha ha... Now go take 
it real easy, boys. Good work.

(Tommy and Paulie stop for a moment before entering the car in order to 
leave.)

Tommy: Paulie? I'll stop by tomorrow and we can talk about that little deal 
you mentioned.

Paulie: Okay.

(They get in the car and Sam drives off.)

[End of cinematic]

MISSION COMPLETE

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   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (8)  | (A) Go to see Vincenzo and get a weapon. Talk to   |
|                        | Ralph. Drive to the agreed meeting place in the    |
|                        | Works Quarter.                                     |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Wait for the truck that's leaving Lost Heaven  |
|                        | Port.                                              |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Steal the truck.                               |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Steal the driver's documents.                  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Drive the truck back to the Port and steal all |
|                        | of the "Scorsese import" boxes.                    |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Steal all "Scorsese import" boxes.             |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (G) Drive the truck back to the agreed meeting     |
|                        | place in the Works Quarter.                        |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (H) Drive the truck to Salieri's warehouse.        |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | There are many ways to successfully take the truck |
|                        | driver's papers. You don't necessarily have to     |
|                        | wait for him at the warehouse. Also, you can       |
|                        | hypothetically load the Scorsese crates and leave  |
|                        | while the chief is out taking a leak, but I've     |
|                        | never been able to do it fast enough.              |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | Notes about loading the boxes                      |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | Lassiter V16 Fordor Green                          |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #19
***********************************************************************[10-MOO]
*************************** M O O N L I G H T I N G ***************************
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   /                                   /
  / P R E - M I S S I O N   S E T U P /
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|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | Feeling rather betrayed by Salieri after the cigar       |
|                  | incident in the previous mission, Tommy reconsiders      |
|                  | Paulie's earlier plan to rob a bank. With this little    |
|                  | job, the pair have an opportunity to bring in some great |
|                  | money on the side. On the other hand, not only is a bank |
|                  | heist a dangerous mission in and of itself, but there    |
|                  | are also serious repercussions if Salieri finds out      |
|                  | they've been moonlighting.                               |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | Three gold bricks, stamped with an "LS" insignia - The   |
|                  | two visible are marked "19158 84" and "19158 85"         |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1938                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie                                                   |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Yellow Pete (ambient)(new)                               |
|                  | Dick (ambient)(new)                                      |
|                  | Don Peppone (ambient)(new)                               |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Eight:                                                   |
|                  | 19-01 Moonlighting - Paulie's Flat                       |
|                  | 19-02 Moonlighting - On The Way To The Bank              |
|                  | 19-03 Moonlighting - Reconnaissance                      |
|                  | 19-04 Moonlighting - Going Shopping                      |
|                  | 19-05 Moonlighting - Lucas Bertone                       |
|                  | 19-06 Moonlighting - Lucas Bertone 2                     |
|                  | 19-07 Moonlighting - The Bank Heist                      |
|                  | 19-08 Moonlighting - Escape                              |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | One:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (50 health) A health kit can be found on the wall in  |
|                  | Lucas' shop.                                             |
|                  |                                                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH

[Cinematic]

(Tommy is walking on the street.)

Tommy: (narrating) The next day I went to Paulie's like we arranged.

(Next, Tommy is seen sitting at a table in Paulie's flat. Paulie gives him 
a glass of drink.)

Paulie: So what, Tom? What's with the sudden change of heart? I didn't 
think you wanted to do it.

(He goes into the kitchen.)

Tommy: That was when I still thought that Salieri wasn't using us. Now I 
know that he is.

Paulie: Well, you're certainly right there. So, would you do the bank?

Tommy: What about Sam?

Paulie: Hey, you heard him. He's worried about what might happen and the 
Don coming after us. So, if you wanna do it, it's just you and me. What do 
you have to say?

(He comes to the table from the kitchen and puts some ice in their drinks.)

Tommy: First I'd like to see this bank, then I'll listen to your plan.

Paulie: Fine. We can go and look at it right now.

Tommy: Okay, let's go.

[End of cinematic]

After the opening cinematic, you'll find yourself in Paulie's apartment. By 
this point, it should come as no surprise that your game will be saved and that
you'll have a new objective.

Game Saved: 19-01 Moonlighting - Paulie's Flat

New Objective (A): Follow Paulie to the Bank and listen to his plan.

Follow Paulie out of his apartment, through the building, down the stairs, and 
out the front door.

Paulie: Follow me. We'll take the train, it ain't that far.

Game Saved: 19-02 Moonlighting - On The Way To The Bank

Before anything gets out of control, Tommy and Paulie are going to go scout out 
the bank. For whatever reason, you will not be driving this time. Instead, 
you're going to take the train. Just follow Paulie and be perfectly casual. 
Nothing serious is going down...yet. When the passenger train arrives, climb 
aboard.

Paulie: We'll be there in a few minutes. So, how's everything going?

Tommy: Aside from the last few jobs, pretty boring. Of course, my kid keeps 
things interesting.

Paulie: You know, I actually envy you. I gotta find a dame and start making 
babies. When I look at my life, I don't seem to be doing much. Hang out, go 
to parties. I'm getting pretty bored with it. The problem is I don't know 
how to do anything else.

Paulie: I think most people would like to change. Everybody imagines the 
adventures and dough they see in movies. There's nothing about the boring 
deal makin'. I'm always having to negotiate deals with people and I can't 
make notes of anything because of the cops, so I have to remember all of 
it. I ain't 20 no more and I'm starting to forget! Sometimes, I don't know 
who promised me what, who I lent what, and, as a result, someone always 
messes with me and I lose out on the dough. It just pisses me off.

Tommy: Well, we still have the excitement.

Paulie: Oh, that's the worst! Nothing happens for six months, I start to 
get lazy and suddenly, BOOM, some action. Don't think I ain't worried 
something might happen to us.

Tommy: So what are we supposed to do?

Paulie: This'll be our last big job. It'd be enough to get me a pizzeria 
someplace, you know, something.

Tommy: Oh really?

Paulie: Wait a minute.

(The train approaches the station.)

Paulie: Get ready, we're getting off here.

Follow Paulie off the train, then walk a bit farther to the bank and head 
inside. 

Paulie: So this is it, it ain't too big and it ain't too small. Let's take 
a look inside.

Gamed Saved: 19-03 Moonlighting - Reconnaissance

Walk into the bank and talk to Paulie. He'll describe his plan. 

Paulie: Okay. We'll start here in the hall. We'll run in here and shout 
that it's a raid. These two guards will probably just give up, but if they 
want to play heroes we liquidate them. As soon as they are out of the way, 
we gotta get the keys to the safe. We'll have to find out where they are 
from the clerks. I think they'll talk if a gun's at their heads. You go 
through that door behind the counter, after you get the key. 

Paulie: The door leads to a corridor. On the right is a staircase down to 
the safe and upstairs to the office. If you have the keys go straight to 
the safe, otherwise you'll have to get them somewhere upstairs. Downstairs 
there will probably be more security guards. You'll have to deal with them 
alone while I keep everything in check upstairs. Downstairs there is a 
large safe, which you gotta unlock. Then you just gotta get the dough and 
get out. That's everything.

Tommy: Okay.

Paulie: Let's go, we'd better get out of here.

When he's done, head back out. Talk to him again, and he'll tell you to get 
weapons from his friend, Yellow Pete, and a car from Lucas Bertone.

Paulie: The bank is connected to the Holmes Security System, but even with 
radio the cars can't get here for five minutes. That means that we'll have 
five minutes from the time we get in to do everything and then disappear.

Paulie: We're gonna need some wheels. It's stupid to get a car from Ralphy, 
'cos he'll tell Salieri. You'll have to get a good, fast set of wheels, 
Tommy. For you that shouldn't be a problem.

Tommy: No, it shouldn't. I think Lucas would know of something.

Paulie: Okay, try to get something fast, we'll need it.

Tommy: I guess they won't just let us leave even if we get outta the bank 
in time, we could still meet the cops in the city. And how do you wanna 
deal with them?

Paulie: We head to an abandoned joint right in Hoboken, it has Palermo Club 
written on the wall.

Tommy: Great.

Paulie: Then there's still a little problem with guns. I have my own stuff, 
but you don't. You'll need to get some kind of heater. I think I know a 
place where you can pick one up. It's pretty far, it's probably best to go 
by train. 

Paulie: Get on here and then go to Hoboken. Get off at the Central Hoboken 
station and go in the direction from which you came by the train to the 
nearest crossroads. Under the elevated railway there's a road. Follow that 
and turn left at the next road. You'll see an old movie house called the 
Twister. At the side entrance you'll find Yellow Pete's shop. Tell him I 
sent you, and he should have something.

Tommy: I'll do that now. I'll get some weapons, then the car, then I'll 
stop by your place.

Paulie: Yeah. Pull in front of the building and honk your horn, the 
janitor's always locking the door. I'll come down and we'll go. I'll see 
you later.

Tommy: Great.

New Objective (B): Collect the car and guns, then drive back to Paulie's house 
and sound the car horn to pick him up.

As soon as you get about a block away from the bank, the city will load, your 
game will be saved, and you'll have a restated version of your objective.

Game Saved: 19-04 Moonlighting - Going Shopping

New Objective (C): Go to Yellow Pete's shop in the old Twister movie house in 
Hoboken to pick up some weapons. You can visit Lucas Bertone.

You're already quite close to Yellow Pete's, so you might as well head there 
first. You can follow Paulie's advice and take the passenger train to the 
Central Hoboken stop, you can steal a car, or you can just walk. Whatever 
method you choose, head to the destination marked on your map. When you reach 
the Twister movie theater, knock on the door facing the parking lot. Follow the 
doorman inside, down the stairs, and into the room. Here, you'll meet Yellow 
Pete. 

Pete: Okay, son, what brings you here?

Tommy: Paulie sent me. We need some weapons.

Pete: Right, Paulie. Yeah, I know him... at least I think I know him... 
That short, moody guy, right?

Tommy: Ehm, you could say that.

Pete: Still working for Salieri? Well, give that old goomba my regards.

Tommy: Sure... Ehm, anyway, the weapons...

Pete: Sure, sure... So what does Paulie need?

After a brief conversation, you'll get to load up. You can choose from 
the following weapons:

Baseball bat
Colt Detective Special
S&W Model 27 Magnum
S&W Model 10 M&P
Colt 1911
Thompson 1928
Pump-Action Shotgun
US rifle M1903 Springfield

I'd recommend getting a Thompson and all the handguns. If you don't mind being 
unable to hide your weapons, a pump-action shotgun might be worth picking 
up as well. 

Tommy: That should be everything.

Pete: Great! I won't keep you from your work, son! Now, you say hello to 
Paulie for me.

Tommy: Sure. Thanks.

Now leave Yellow Pete's and head to Lucas Bertone's auto shop. Although his 
side-mission is technically optional, it's strongly recommended. Not only do 
you actually need a fast car for this mission, but you cannot return to the 
Salieri Bar for one of your older cars. If you still don't want to do it, make 
sure you have at least SOME car, then head back to Paulie's apartment. Just 
skip the next walkthrough section and start reading again after I describe how 
to complete Lucas' job.

When you pay Lucas a visit, he'll tell you what you need to do.

Tommy: Hey, Luca, I need a powerful car and fast.

Lucas: Wow, I was just about to call you! I also need a quick favor, and 
the car I have for you is definitely worth it.

Tommy: What do you need?

Lucas: I promised to bring some guy a delivery and I can't get out the shop 
today. Could you take it to him?

Tommy: Okay, I ain't done no deliveries yet, sure.

Lucas: Make sure nothing happens to the guy before you give it to him. He's 
passing it on to someone else and if something happens to him, the whole 
deal's ruined.

Tommy: And is something likely to happen?

Lucas: Hmmm, well, you know, you never can tell...

Tommy: Where do I find this guy?

Lucas: On the plot under the hoisting bridge crossing to Downtown. His 
name's Dick. Before you give it to him, make sure you ain't followed. Here 
it is.

Game Saved: 19-05 Moonlighting - Lucas Bertone

New Objective (D): Take the package to Big Dick who's waiting under the East 
Marshall Bridge.

Do as your objective states, and head south to the bottom of Central Island. 
Once you're near your target, get out of your car and walk down the stairs by 
the bridge. Alternatively, you can drive down the stairs directly south of 
Lucas' and just cruise along the waterfront walkway out to your target. Behind 
a stack of barrels, you should see a man leaning against a wall. If you drove 
down here, park your car somewhere nearby, but leave the barrels standing. 
In a minute, they'll help provide you with cover. Then go over and talk to the 
man (Dick). 

Tommy: You Dick?

Dick: Dick? My name is Big Dick!

Tommy: A-haa. Sure. I got this package from Luca, Dick.

(Tommy gives him the package.)

Dick: Great. Anyone tail you?

Tommy: I don't think so, no.

Dick: Yeah? Then who are those guys?

(Tommy turns and sees several armed men running towards them.)

Tommy: Shit!

Dick: So, show them what you got!

Tommy: You too, Big Dick.

After handing over the package, you'll have to take out three gangsters armed 
with magnums and a sawed-off shotgun. It shouldn't be very hard, though.

Dick: You ain't as soft as you look.

Tommy: You neither.

Dick: What do you mean?

Tommy: Ah, nothing, don't worry about it. Enjoy yourself.

Dick: Okay, fine, send my regards to Lucas.

New Objective (E): Return to Lucas.

Just get back in your car or steal a new one, then head back to Lucas' shop. 
Use the health kit on the wall to heal any damage you may have taken, then talk 
to Lucas.

Tommy: Jesus, Lucas, that was a close one.

Lucas: What happened?

Tommy: As soon as I got there, some hoods wanted to beat on us.

Lucas: Is Dick alright? Did you give him the package?

Tommy: Yeah, no problem. We took care of them together and then he took off 
someplace.

Lucas: Thank God! You don't know how grateful I am! I have a real beauty 
for you now. It's an American car from a German manufacturer, it's the best 
around these days!

Tommy: Well, it was certainly worth the risk! Where can I find it?

Lucas: Yesterday I overheard a customer. Today around this time, he's 
usually driving from Oakwood Junior High School to a meeting somewhere on 
Central Island. Then follow him and when he parks, simply take the car. The 
locks will be your only problem. Haha... But I know you'll manage them no 
trouble.

Tommy: Thanks, Lucas. Can't wait.

Game Saved: 19-06 Moonlighting - Lucas Bertone 2

New Objective (F): Steal the Trautenberg Model J which is traveling from 
Oakwood Junior High School towards Central Island.

Drive out to the Oakwood Junior High School marked on your map. When you get 
near, your target will start to drive away. If you want the least possibility 
of something getting out of hand, simply follow him to his destination on 
Central Island, then pick the lock on his car after he leaves the area. On the 
other hand, you can throw caution into the wind and opt for a riskier, though 
quicker solution. If you can block the man's car, you should be able to 
shoot and kill him. Be aware that he is armed, though. As usual with a Lucas 
Bertone-acquired car, resist the temptation to just floor it, and instead, 
drive somewhat carefully. You'll want a fair amount of health for the next 
segment, as it's no walk in the park. However you get your hands on the 
Trautenberg, head to Paulie's apartment and honk your horn.

Paulie: Okay, I'll be right down!

(He comes out of the building and gets in the car.)

Paulie: So what? Everything's in order? Got everything you need?

Tommy: Yeah... Hey, that Yellow Pete is a little nuts!

Paulie: He's an old loony, but his stuff's good.

Tommy: Why they call him Yellow?

Paulie: Did you see his teeth? They're the yellowest in town... and they 
also stink the most!

Tommy: Right! Right!

Once Paulie comes down and gets in the car, you'll get a new objective.

New Objective (G): Go to the Bank with Paulie.

Drive over to the bank, park in front, and head through the door.

Game Saved: 19-07 Moonlighting - The Bank Heist

New Objective (H): Break into the safe and steal the money.

Follow Paulie through the front doors and into the main room. As soon as he 
starts talking, a timer will appear. Remember that you have 5 minutes from the 
time the alarm is triggered to the arrival of the police. If they show up 
before you get out of there, you'll be gunned down for sure. So move quickly!

Paulie: This is a heist! Get down on the floor and nothing will happen to 
you!

Paulie: I said on the floor! Everybody!

Paulie: Deal with the guard!

As soon as the heist beings, two guards will rush towards you. One will come 
from behind the door at the far end of the main room. The other will try to 
ambush you from the room to your left. Kill both men as quickly as possible. If 
either you or Paulie are seriously injured at this point, I'd suggest simply 
reloading the save and trying again. You are going to want as much health as 
possible for the rest of this mission.

Paulie: I want the keys to the safe and make it quick! Where are they?

Clerk: Sir, the keys to the grating are here, but only the manager has keys 
to the safe...

Paulie: What? Where can I find the manager?

Clerk: He's upstairs in his office...

(Paulie turns to Tommy.)

Paulie: Okay! Find the keys and get the dough fast, man!

Head through the door where the first guard attacked you (at the end of the 
main room). Look to the left of the door marked "Exit" and pick the grating 
keys off the wall. Now head through this door and go up the stairs. 
Alternatively, go up the other staircase (left of the entrance). Either way, 
kill both guards on the top floor, then head through the door marked 
"Director." Talk to the man here, then open the cupboard on the right side of 
the room. 

Tommy: The keys to the safe!

Manager: They're t-t-there in... in... in the cupboard. Just don't k-k-kill 
me, I have a family!

Take the key to the safe, then head back towards the main staircase (the one 
farther from the entrance). With both keys in hand, take the stairs all the way 
down to the basement.

Head through the door to the left, run down the hallway, and continue circling 
around until you reach two guards. Kill them both, then go left towards the 
large vault door. This will trigger a cinematic.

[Cinematic]

(Tommy unlocks the grating and opens the safe with the keys and 
walks inside, impressed by all the money.)

Tommy: Wow!

(The camera switches to the hall, where Paulie is keeping an eye on the 
customers on the floor with his gun. A woman is screaming.)

Woman: Aaah!

Paulie: Stop screaming!

(The woman keeps screaming.)

Paulie: Stop right now! Nobody move!

(The cutscene switches back to Tommy and a gunshot is heard from above. 
Tommy loads as much money as he can carry into a sack and goes back 
upstairs into the main hall. There the screaming woman is lying dead on the 
floor near the door, apparently shot by Paulie while trying to escape.)

Paulie: That's it, let's get outta here!

[End of cinematic]

New Objective (I): Escape with Paulie and get to the Palmero Club in Hoboken.

Once you're back in control of Tommy, start to run back out the way you came. 
Unfortunately, the door to your left is still locked, so you'll have to circle 
all the way around to the right. Run back up the stairs and into the main room. 
Finally, go out the front door (an alarm will start ringing) and jump in your 
car. As soon as you get a block or so away from the bank, the city will load.

Game Saved: 19-08 Moonlighting - The Escape

Your destination - The Palmero Club - is not far away. However, you'll have 
cops on your tail in no time. If you're feeling risky, you can try driving 
straight down the alleyway towards your target (rather than following the main 
road), but since the Trautenberg is an open-top car, if you flip it, you'll die 
instantly. However you choose, make your way to the location marked on your 
map and head into the warehouse. If any cops are still on your tail, you may 
have to kill them. When it's all clear, talk to Paulie.

Paulie: Okay, this is the place. We did it.

Paulie: We're loaded, Tom! We did it! It worked!

Tommy: Sure looks like it. So what now?

Paulie: We'll change our clothes so they won't pick us up on the street, 
and put the dough in the briefcase.

Tommy: Fine, then what?

Paulie: We don't say a word to anyone. Sleep on it, stop by tomorrow and 
think about what we're goin' to do with the dough. I'll take it with me, so 
Sarah won't find it, you know.

Tommy: Just don't run off with it.

Paulie: Sure, I'll take off to Hawaii! Ha ha ha...

Tommy: Don't try it, I'd find you and stuff that metal-plated briefcase 
down your throat.

Paulie: I'm lookin' forward to it.

MISSION COMPLETE

    __________________________________________
   /                                         /
  / P O S T - M I S S I O N   W R A P - U P /
 /                                         /__________________________________
/=============================================================================\
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Objective Summary (9)  | (A) Follow Paulie to the Bank and listen to his    |
|                        | plan.                                              |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (B) Collect the car and guns, then drive back to   |
|                        | Paulie's house and sound the car horn to pick him  |
|                        | up.                                                |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (C) Go to Yellow Pete's shop in the old Twister    |
|                        | movie house in Hoboken to pick up some weapons.    |
|                        | You can visit Lucas Bertone.                       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (D) Take the package to Big Dick who's waiting     |
|                        | under the East Marshall Bridge.                    |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (E) Return to Lucas.                               |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (F) Steal the Trautenberg Model J which is         |
|                        | traveling from Oakwood Junior High School towards  |
|                        | Central Island.                                    |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (G) Go to the Bank with Paulie.                    |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (H) Break into the safe and steal the money.       |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | (I) Escape with Paulie and get to the Palmero Club |
|                        | in Hoboken.                                        |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Alternate Paths        | Note the optional Lucas Bertone side-mission to    |
|                        | deliver a package and then to steal a Trautenberg  |
|                        | Model J. Also, note that there are many different  |
|                        | possible routes through the bank.                  |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Notes                  | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Cars Added to Garage   | None                                               |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
| Rewards                | Trautenberg street line now available for use in   |
|                        | Freeride (see Cars section for more information):  |
|                        |                                                    |
|                        | Trautenberg Model J                                |
|------------------------|----------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

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Mission #20
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|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Overview         | This is it: The final mission. From the opening          |
|                  | cinematic to the final gunshot, the story takes a number |
|                  | of twists and turns. Without spoiling anything, suffice  |
|                  | it to say that Salieri found out about your bank job in  |
|                  | the previous mission, and he is NOT pleased. You're      |
|                  | going to have to go up against an overwhelming force -   |
|                  | almost an army - of gangsters. I hope you're ready.      |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Loading screen   | A marble bust, covered in blood                          |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Year             | 1938                                                     |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Major Characters | Tommy                                                    |
|                  | Paulie (ambient)                                         |
|                  | Sam (ambient)                                            |
|                  | Lucas Bertone (ambient)                                  |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Minor Characters | Yellow Pete (ambient)(new)                               |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Save points      | Six:                                                     |
|                  | 20-01 The Death Of Art - Paulie's Flat                   |
|                  | 20-02 The Death Of Art - City                            |
|                  | 20-03 The Death Of Art - Lucas Bertone                   |
|                  | 20-04 The Death Of Art - Lucas Bertone 2                 |
|                  | 20-05 The Death Of Art - Grand Finale                    |
|                  | 20-06 The Death Of Art - Sam                             |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
| Health cabinets  | Two:                                                     |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 1. (50 health) A health kit is located on the wall in    |
|                  | Lucas' shop.                                             |
|                  |                                                          |
|                  | 2. (50 health) In the art gallery, the last health kit   |
|                  | of the game can be found at the base of the stairs       |
|                  | leading up to the final area.                            |
|------------------|----------------------------------------------------------|
\=============================================================================/

WALKTHROUGH 

[Cinematic]

(Tommy is seen walking on the street to Paulie's house.)

Tommy: (narrating) We hid the dough from the bank at Paulie's for the time 
being. We couldn't blow it all straight away so we arranged that I'd stop 
by there the next day and we'd think of the best way to invest it. I had 
loads of ideas of what to do with the money but I was pretty curious about 
what Paulie's plans were.

(Tommy enters the building and goes up to Paulie's floor. There he notices 
that the door to Paulie's apartment is not locked. Alarmed, he opens the 
door and finds Paulie lying dead on the floor in the foyer. There are 
several gunshot wounds on his back.)

Tommy: Oh, Jesus... What the hell happened?

(Tommy takes out his gun and checks Paulie's pulse, but he is already dead. 
His eyes are open and blood is oozing out of his mouth.)

Tommy: Paulie... Paulie...

(He stands up and looks around the house.)

Tommy: Christ... the dough, where's the dough?!

(He checks an empty crate.)

Tommy: Dammit, it's all gone. This is like a bad dream...

(There is also a patch of blood on Paulie's bed. Tommy goes and carefully 
looks out the window. Then the phone rings. He picks it up. It is Sam.)

Sam: Paulie?

Tommy: Ehm, Sam? It's Tom... Paulie's dead... I... I...

Sam: Christ! I knew it. Tom, you're in deep shit! I wanted to warn Paulie, 
Salieri found out about the bank and decided he wasn't gonna tolerate it! I 
didn't make it in time. Tom, you gotta disappear fast.

Tommy: Sam, I... I didn't know it would be such a big deal... I... what 
should I do? I can't just leave Sarah and the kid!

Sam: Okay, okay, Tom, I'll help you. We gotta meet somewhere but almost 
everywhere is dangerous for you now. Our best bet would be the city 
gallery.

Tommy: Okay, okay, I'll be there in a little while... I... thank you... You 
know Paulie is lying here in a million pieces, I don't know who else I 
could turn to...

Sam: It's okay. I still owe you one.

Tommy: Thanks, Sam.

[End of cinematic]

After the opening cinematic...well, you know the drill.

Game Saved: 20-01 The Death Of Art - Paulie's Flat

New Objective (A): Meet Sam at the city's Art Gallery, you could visit Yellow 
Pete on the way.

Head out of Paulie's apartment and down the stairs. Make sure your weapon is 
hidden and quickly run past the cops coming up the stairs towards you. If they 
find you at the scene of the crime, they'll shoot you without hesitation. 
Continue past the gangster and detective who come in, then head out the front 
door.

Game Saved: 20-02 The Death Of Art - City

New Objective (B): Meet Sam at the city Gallery, alternatively you can visit 
Lucas Bertone.

Before you get off in search of weapons and wheels, let me make something 
clear. Understand that you should only do the Lucas Bertone side-mission if you 
want to unlock the car for use in Freeride. If you don't care, it's just not 
worth your time, as it will be of practically no value whatsoever in this 
mission. There are no car chases to deal with; no races to win. After you drive 
to the art gallery, there are no more vehicle sequences for the rest of the 
main game. However, I will still provide a walkthrough.

Since the second part of the side-mission is rather difficult using only a Colt 
Detective Special, it's advisable that you go to Yellow Pete's first. Just like 
in the previous mission, his shop is located behind the Twister theater in 
Hoboken. 
	
Pete: Hello, son. So how's Paulie?

Tommy: Paulie's dead.

Pete: Well, I guess he ain't too well then, may he rest in peace. Knowing 
you, he's probably resting in pieces, hm? So your little job didn't work 
out?

Tommy: It looks that way.

Pete: Well, so you'll be needing some weapons then, right?

Tommy: I see you never forget the business side of things.

Pete: Of course not. That'd be a big mistake!

Tommy: Okay, show me what you got.

Notice that you have the same choice of weapons as you did in Moonlighting. For 
this mission, I'd recommended the Thompson, Springfield, and all the handguns. 
You may be tempted by the pump-action shotgun, but the layout of the art 
gallery makes the Springfield far more useful.

Tommy: Thanks, here's the money.

Pete: Thank you kindly and I hope you get those bastards. Paulie deserves 
at least that.

After you've loaded up, either head to the Art Gallery or to Lucas Bertone's. 
As usual, I'll provide a walkthrough for his side-mission.

Once you get to the auto shop, talk to Lucas and he'll tell you that you need 
to follow a hooker in order to find a man in hiding.

Lucas: Hey, Tommy! You look exhausted...

Tommy: I am and I've definitely got a good reason to be.

Lucas: What happened?

Tommy: It doesn't matter. I just need a good set of wheels, Lucas.

Lucas: We'll see what could be done.

Tommy: Great. What do you need today?

Lucas: I need to find out where a certain guy is hidden. He owes a lot of 
people big time and I'm one of them.

Tommy: Where can I find him?

Lucas: This hooker has fallen for him and she brings him food and, you 
know, stuff, but so far nobody knows where. So, you need to find her and 
find out where he's hidden. Then I'll find him and deal with him.

Tommy: And where do I find her?

Lucas: She works in that same hotel which you blew a hole out of in '32. 
But if you wait for her there, she'll certainly lead you to him.

Tommy: And then?

Lucas: When she goes home, just come back here and tell me where she goes.

Tommy: Okay.

Game Saved: 20-03 The Death Of Art - Lucas Bertone

New Objective (C): Follow the woman leaving the Corleone Hotel who will lead 
you to the man who owes money to Lucas.

Get in your car and follow the map/compass to the Corleone Hotel. As Lucas 
reminds you, this is the place you visited (read: destroyed) in "The Whore." 
Wait outside the front door until the woman comes out, then follow her. It's 
advisable that you stay in your car, especially if you've already loaded up at 
Yellow Pete's. Make sure to keep your distance, though. If you get too close, 
she'll get suspicious, so back off and take it slow. Follow her up the 
alleyway, across the path, past the church and down another block. Finally, 
she'll enter a building across the street.

New Objective (D): Return to Lucas.

Make your way back to Lucas' shop. He'll tell you where to find a Thor 812 
Cabriolet FWD.

Tommy: I found him for you, Lucas. He lives Downtown on the corner of the 
street above the church.

Lucas: Fantastic. She didn't see you?

Tommy: No way. So where's this car?

Lucas: Sure, you know where the used car dealership is in town?

Tommy: Up near Chinatown?

Lucas: Right! You'll find it there! An improved version of one sports car 
with front-wheel drive.

Tommy: And how is it better than the old one?

Lucas: Performance, son! The accelerator is much better, even if, at first 
sight, the car looks the same. But when you go for it, watch out, the car 
isn't for sale and belongs to the owner, and he's got real nasty dogs 
there.

Tommy: I should handle it.

Game Saved: 20-04 The Death Of Art - Lucas Bertone 2

New Objective (E): Steal the Thor 812 from the Bazaar in Chinatown.

For this next part, you will have to do a little shooting. Although you could 
theoretically do everything you need to using only your default Colt Detective 
Special (with six shots), this is not recommended. Hopefully, you've already 
paid Yellow Pete a visit and loaded up on weapons. If not, do so now. When 
you're ready, head to the Bazaar in Chinatown. 

When you arrive, park nearby and make sure that there are no cops around. 
You'll notice that there are two gates to the compound; you can use either one. 
When you're ready, shoot the lock off the gate, open it, then take care of the 
guard dogs. Make your way over towards the Thor 812 and pick the lock. It may 
take you a while, since the car is a very high-end model. 
 
Now, on to the main objective. Doing the Lucas Bertone mission is highly 
optional, and only recommended if you want the Thor 812 Cabriolet FWD unlocked 
for Freeride. Visiting Yellow Pete's is technically optional, but if you don't 
go pick up some weapons, you won't have a fighting chance later on in the 
mission. When you've completed either or both of these objectives, head to the 
art gallery, located at the south end of Central Island. If you have taken ANY 
damage, it's recommended that you head back to Lucas Bertone's and use the 
health pack on his wall. Then return to the art gallery. When you're ready, 
park nearby and go in the front door.

[Cinematic]

(Tommy enters the gallery and is suddenly ambushed by two gangsters wielding 
pistols while he is looking around the entrance hall.)

Gangster: Don't move, scumbag!

Tommy: Oh shit!

(Dollar bills start to fall on Tommy from above and Sam's voice is heard.)

Sam: Surprise!

(Tommy looks up and sees Sam on the upper balcony holding a cigarette in 
his hand.)

Sam: Haha! You weren't lookin' for that at Paulie's, by chance?

Tommy: Sam, what's going on? I thought we were meeting alone.

Sam: The situation's changed, Tom.

(Sam lights his cigarette.)

Sam: I had to decide whose side I was on and sorry, but it would be 
suicidal to stand on your side. I can live with murder, though.

Tommy: So, you killed Paulie?!

Sam: Well, I was more the means to his death. The same as I am in your 
case.

Tommy: I would never have expected this from you, Sam!

Sam: Well, I'm in a good mood. Things are lookin' up for me, and I found a 
bag of money.

Tommy: So killing off your partners is a big laugh? Maybe I should try it.

Sam: It ain't bad, but you probably won't have time.

Tommy: It's never too late to start. I guess honor's out of the picture?

Sam: Honor's meaningless! This is business and you've broken its unwritten 
rules many times over, Tom. Maybe I feel some pity, but that's outta place 
in business.

Tommy: I didn't notice that I was the cause of the family's problems.

Sam: Really? You did what you wanted, Tom! You didn't kill Frank! You let 
that whore get away and then the bank! You can't do what you know as right, 
because you don't know nothing. You don't grasp the effects of your 
actions. The Don is the thinker.

Tommy: You were never a great thinker, so you probably need him. That's not 
how I feel. I can think for myself.

Sam: The opinion of Don Salieri is that he won't go and sit in jail just 
because of your feelings. And I agree with his opinion completely. Don 
Salieri really liked you, Tom, and I did too. We'll cry together at the 
funeral.

Tommy: You poor bastard, Sam, I feel sorry for you.

Sam: But I'm alive. It's a pity you can't use that money. Don't worry, 
we'll give Sarah a little something. You know, single mothers don't have it 
easy these days. The Don will take care of her, he isn't as much of a 
monster as you think. Goodbye, Tom, it was nice knowing you. Take good care 
of him, boys... And please, don't make him suffer. He's my buddy.

(Sam leaves. Just as the two gangsters prepare to shoot him, Tommy takes a 
small Colt Detective Special pistol out of his sleeve and shoots one of 
them before jumping behind a column.)

[End of cinematic]

Game Saved: 20-05 The Death Of Art - Grand Finale

New Objective (F): Kill all of the bastards.

Let me just make an opening note. This segment of the game is without a doubt 
the single most difficult part of Mafia. You will have to defeat what is 
practically an army of well-armed enemies, all by yourself. As if that weren't 
tough enough, there is only one opportunity to address your injuries, it's deep 
in the level, and it only heals you 50 points. To put it bluntly, this is going 
to be very hard. You will die. Plain and simple. In fact, you will probably die 
much more than you'd like to. At least the first few run-throughs, you will 
most likely be ambushed by someone as you move into a new area too quickly. 
Eventually, you will know exactly what to do and where to go, yet you may still 
find it difficult to do so. With this mission, even if you're doing everything 
right, you sometimes need a little bit of luck. Just keep trying, and in the 
end, you'll make it through, if only by the skin of your teeth.

As soon as the cinematic ends, Tommy will automatically draw his Colt Detective 
Special. Quickly fire at the two gangsters nearby using the detective special. 
As soon as you empty the clip, don't bother reloading. Instead, immediately 
equip your Thompson and finish them off. Note that the gun may be on the ground 
(since you drew a handgun while trying to carry two large weapons). However, 
you shouldn't have to move to pick it up. Just right click and quickly aim at 
your foes. Ideally, this whole process will occur in a matter of seconds.

Next, switch to the Springfield and kill the gangster running through the door 
at the top of the flight of stairs in front of you. Another enemy will follow 
shortly after the first one dies. Take him out as well. Switch back to the 
Thompson and kill the gangster coming down the opposite set of stairs (behind 
you). Now take a breather. If you've taken a significant amount of damage, you 
should reload your save. If not, continue.

There are two ways to approach the next section. I will describe the first one 
in detail, then comment on how you could approach the same situation from a 
different angle.

Head up the staircase and go through the door. Move through the room and into 
the next. Slowly go through the door on your left and edge around the display 
case until you can get a shot off at the gangsters in the next room. Be 
careful, as one of them has a shotgun. When he's down, move forward into the 
room. Pull out your Springfield and snipe the Thompson-wielding gangster who 
appears on the balcony across from you. Next, follow the corridor around to the 
right, then edge around the corner to the left. Take out the gangster here and 
the two that come to support him, using whatever weapons you prefer. Take cover 
behind the wall as necessary. Move towards the first enemy's corpse, then 
immediately run back the way you came, as a grenade should have landed by your 
feet. After it goes off, two more gangsters should come down the stairs. Take 
them out how you please. If you want more Thompson ammo, circle around to the 
man you sniped earlier and pick up his weapon. Now head back to the staircase 
where the grenade went off.

Another way of doing this starts back in the first room. After taking out the 
initial five gangsters, head up the other staircase (with the closed door). 
Turn to the right and kill the gangster here, then climb over the railing. For 
reference, this was the Thompson-wielding gangster, so you are now at the other 
end of the first floor wing. If you're having trouble getting through the above 
paragraph, you may want to approach it from this direction instead. Whatever 
you choose, kill everyone on the main floor, then make your way to the 
staircase where the grenade exploded.

Ascend the stairs and another cinematic will play. 

[Cinematic]

Sam: As I see it, the boys underestimated you, Tom! Well, I hope they'll be 
luckier this time. Boys, be careful you don't break anything! There are 
lots of beautiful and valuable things in here!

[End of cinematic]

Quickly take cover behind the statue to your left. Take out the Springfield, 
edge around the corner and kill the two enemies at the top of the stairs. A 
third gangster, standing on the other side of the stairs, will most likely join 
them, so take him down too. At this point, the top of the stairs on the left 
side should be clear, so back up into the corner of the wall. Edge out and try 
to snipe the two gangsters hiding behind you on the balcony (looking up from 
the very bottom of the stairs, they would be straight ahead). This part is 
particularly challenging, because it can be very difficult to tell where the 
enemies are. 

Now, draw your Thompson and slowly edge up the stairs. Although you've killed 
everyone right at the top, there are many more enemies hanging back, waiting to 
ambush you. Peek around the corner and try to take out the gangster near the 
center of the room. The gunfire may attract another, who you should obviously 
kill as well. At this point, there is probably still a gangster or two left at 
the far end of this room. Shoot him/them from a distance or circle around and 
flank him/them. When everyone in this main area is dead, take a breather. 

If you're injured, you can find the only health kit in this area behind the 
stairs you ascended earlier. Be careful, as a gangster will throw a grenade at 
you when you get close. However, you will end up reaching this area in just a 
little bit, so you don't necessarily need to heal right now. Anyway, to move 
on, return to the center area (where you can see down to the floor below you). 
From here, with the staircase to your back, turn right. Open the large set of 
doors in front of you, but quickly pull back behind the cover of the wall. 

As soon as you open the doors, two gangsters will most likely open fire at you. 
Try to take out these shotgun-toting enemies before they have time to get to 
cover, but beware of two more foes hiding to the left. If you're low on (or out 
of) Springfield ammo, you may want to swap it for a shotgun at this point. 
Definitely keep the Thompson, though. Head forward into the next large room, 
checking the side chambers on the left to make sure all enemies are dead. At 
the far end of this area, edge around the corner to the right. You should see 
an enemy pop his head up for a second. Watch out, as this guy will probably run 
at you with a sawed-off shotgun. Take him out, then slowly move into the room 
and dispatch the gangster shooting at you from the far end. Head towards him, 
through the doorway here, and to the right. At this point, Tommy should yell 
"Sam!" Edge through the doorway and take out the two gangsters in the next room 
to the right. Go straight ahead into the side-chamber and kill the guy in the 
next room. Go through the next set of rooms and you should find yourself at the 
other end of the level (behind the main staircase). All enemies on this floor 
should now be dead, so go and round up as much ammunition as you can find.

If you haven't already, use the health kit here. It may only be 50 health, but 
it's certainly better than nothing. Once again, beware the grenade that will 
land at your feet when you approach. Just run away, and wait for it to explode 
before continuing. Edge up the stairs and take care of the gangster who threw 
that grenade. At this point, all enemies in the level (except for Sam) should 
now be dead. Make sure you have used the health kit and have as much ammunition 
as you can hold, especially for the Thompson. Ascend the stairs and head into 
the room at the top. If you find yourself in a small room with lots of chairs, 
turn around 180 degrees and go in the OTHER room. Run down the hallway and 
around the perimeter t