Not everyone understands how or why we do what we do. Or even why people join this gang. To put it simply, the BCF is all about the traditional Italian Mafia. We try to take the real world Mafia and make it work for the GTA online format. Operating in a traditional manor along with playing by the same rules and moral codes as the real world Mafia with few conversions to work for GTA's online multiplayer. We are no more then just a crew of honest respectful players who respect the Mafia culture and express it through these forums and how we conduct ourselves in-game. Like the real mafia much symbolism is involved, examples of our symbolism are our "Hits". To us "Hits" are our own way of sending a personal insult, it's not merely running up to them and shooting them in the head. No! it is carefully planned and executed in a humiliating fashion. Done when the 'mark' is least expecting it and has their guard down so when it happens they know it happened. We do not do it for "bragging rights" and or so we can shout "I assassinated you!!!!!" (like so many others seem to be doing these days). That is not how we do business. We keep to ourselves anything and everything we do is only expressed amongst the members of our Borgota. Bottom line, the BCF is an immersive gaming experience where people are apart of something. Where everything you do does matter, where everything has a place and meaning. Along with having a great deal of discipline and professionalism with enough room for just kicking back and relaxing. So please, get to know us before you decide to judge us and remember we're not like every other Mafia. Thank you
In 1919 Vittore Bianco came to Liberty City from the small town of Bianco located in the Province of Reggio Calabria in southern Italy for a fresh start. He was hoping to become a banker or a lawyer or some sort of business man. Well he did end up as a business man but not the type of business he had in mind. Vittore began his life in Liberty City by working down at the docks of Port Tudor. Off loading cargo for very low pay, but it had its advantages such as being able to take some of the fruit that may have fallen off of trucks. But Vittore knew he couldn’t do this forever. He was young and desperate and needed to start making real money. Vittore had discovered the concept of gambling. Whether it be setting up games of dice around the docks or managing back room poker games. All in all it was just about the money. Then prohibition struck Liberty City making the sale and consumption of alcohol illegal. Vittore saw this as a great business venture, he wrote back home to his families winery. Having them send him cases and cases of wine to Liberty City in creates mixed with oranges and other fruits. With this steady flow of booze being brought in Vittore became a ‘big shot’ over night. Setting up distilleries and ‘speak-easies’ throughout Alderney. Creating his own empire of bootlegging liquor.
In 1931 Vittore’s son was born, Vito Bianco. During the summer of ’33 Vittore was shot and killed by prohibition agents during a raid. Vito left fatherless and a mourning mother he was forced to work on the docks just as his father had done before him. However during his time working on the docks of Port Tudor he had met a young man named Franco Sangue also the son of an Italian immigrate to Liberty City. The two became great friends. In the spring of ’52 on Vito’s birthday he was approached by a very well dressed man who said he worked with his father. Vito never really knew his father and his mother never told him much about what he did or how he had died. The man who claimed to have known Vito’s father told him everything. From how Vittore began his life in Liberty City to creating his small time crew in the streets of Alderney, Vito would have never thought that his father controlled the longshoreman's union in Port Tudor. Now that he was of age it was Vito’s turn to take the reins of his father’s organization. Vito became an outstanding Don, everyone loved him. He was truthful, fair and honest. He also gave back to those in his neighborhood. Along with creating new job opportunities within the unions of Alderney’s industrial sector, Vito Bianco was truly loved by all, hated by few and feared by many. When his son Aldo was born in 1956 the people of Alderney flocked to Vito and presenting gifts for the new born.
During 1985 Vito stepped down as Don leaving his son Aldo in-charge. Even though Vito was still fairly young and able to run the family he wished to take leave to enjoy what little youth he has left. Two years later Aldo’s son was born, Vito’s grandson, Aroldo Bianco. Aldo busy running the family Vito had much free time, free time he spent with his grandson. On one cold dark winter afternoon of 1996 the unthinkable happened. Aldo Bianco was murdered, killed in a car-bombing outside his home in Berchem. Vito went into a tyrant rage, forced out of retirement he vowed to find those who had taken his son away from him. He called his top button-men to find those who planned and executed his son’s death along with everyone who was responsible. Six months later on the day of his one and only grandson’s birthday he took his vengeance on those he vowed to destroy. The blood of those responsible for Aldo’s death was spilled on Aroldos birthday. Now fatherless Vito decided to take Aroldo under his wing and teach him the way of the “life” so the Bianco Family will live on for generations to come. In early 2008 Vito Bianco died of a stroke leaving young Aroldo to become Don.
Bianco Family Today:
After the death of Vito Bianco, Aroldo was left to take over the Bianco Family. Aroldo didn’t know what to do with his grandfather’s organization. Still young and in his prime but unfit to be a leader of a large criminal organization he soon began to lose all the soldiers from the golden ages. He had to rebuild, make a name for himself and let the Bianco name be known.
On a dark rainy day Aroldo had been passing through Tudor when he heard gun shots. He stopped, looking down an alley a small gunfight that only lasted seconds. Unsure of if he should check it out or keep on his way. He chose to investigate the outcome of a deal gone bad. Walking through the remains of bodies, guns, blood, and empty shell casings he heard a small groan. One person had survived this ordeal. He approached the person who was on the ground. It was a small time drug dealer by the name of Pazzo Sangue; Aroldo offered him his hand, raising Pazzo to his feet. Aroldo introduced himself, saying who he was. This came as a surprise to Pazzo as his grandfather Franco had spoken of a Bianco when he was younger. This moment was the start of a strong and powerful friendship, a brotherhood between two and the honor and respect of Cosa Nostra.
Aroldo now left trying to hold onto what little he has left. He called upon his new found friend Pazzo to work with and soon became his Underboss. Pazzo may have been a drug dealer but Aroldo never held that against him. He had proven to have a level head on his shoulders and great knowledge of the streets and that is all Aroldo was looking for. The two began the task of rebuilding the Bianco Empire.
Bianco Family Now:
Many months have gone by since Aroldo and Pazzo went into business together. In the past months their small crew had formed into a family. One of the biggest and fastest growing organizations within Liberty City. Gaining more Associates, Soldiers and Capos they grew more and more day by day. Aroldo had noticed a young Irish hustler hanging around one of their key hangout spots. Doc Faustino was his name. Aroldo brought him into the family after doing a few low-keys jobs on the side, Faustino proved to be a valuable asset. Proving his skills in manipulation and negotiation of business time and time again, with these talents it was only fitting that he take over the “white collar” sector of the Bianco Family as he became the Consigliere.
Business was good; things were on the Biancos side. Up until then ran into trouble with a corrupt banker who turned Politician. This man made it his duty to take down the Biancos at any cost after a small run in between both sides. At the start the Biancos believed they could have used him, he wasn’t that bright. Perfect target for a puppet with political connections, Aroldo had then given the task of finding out whatever he could to Doc. Doc obliged, he began acting friendly. Approaching the ‘mark’ as if he was his “friend”, along with that he had kept his connection with Aroldo unknown. The Politician was arrogant, full of himself. In-fact he had a god complex even though he was your run of the mill idiot, Doc gave him such a false sense of security that he felt as if Doc had become his protégé. But this was not the case. Faustino had found out his plans to kill Aroldo, along with his previous attempts. Assassins were sent to take Aroldos life but Pazzo made sure they never succeeded. When it became known that it was no more than the Politician himself who was hiring the hitmen Aroldo gave the order and Doc carried it out, beautifully.
Doc called a meeting with the Politician at the Colony Island Cemetery. He had chosen the location for symbolic reasons. The two began to “walk n’ talk”, slowly wandering through all the grave plots. Up until they came across an open unmarked grave. Faustino stopped with his back to the Politician, unknowingly to the Politician Doc drew a concealed sawed-off shotgun from his jacket. Slowly he turned towards the Politician, as it was dark and he couldn’t see the gun. Doc raised it and fired two shots into the Politician’s chest, as the body fell to the ground Doc then signaled a Bianco soldier, Phil Scagliani, who had been watching over the meet. The two then “took care of him”, burying the worthless scum in the unmarked grave. That day Doc had earned his bones.
Not long after the disappearance of the Politician the Biancos began getting threats from a small disorganized paramilitary group within the city. Aroldo asked Doc to see what he could find out about them and told Pazzo to keep his eyes and ears open on the streets. They later found out this paramilitary group is built up off of a squad of rejects from the Navy. It still remains unclear as to why they were hostile towards the Biancos. They even went far as to sending spies within the organization, however the Biancos kept two-steps ahead of them at every turn. Then they made a bold move, leading an attack upon the Biancos at the family compound in Leftwood. The Bianco guards knew something was strange when the cable repair truck backed up the driveway. When men started piling out from the truck they knew it was a full-scale attack. A firefight took place on the grounds of the Bianco Estate resulting in many casualties for the paramilitary group and only a few wounded Biancos. Luckily the Biancos were on the defensive on their home turf. After this dreadful defeat the paramilitary group resulted in creating no more than propaganda about the Biancos. Reaching out to some contacts in the media the Biancos quickly abolished the nonsense. Soon after all members of the military group were arrested, they were seen as threat a by the Government and unfit for society. After they were sent to Alderney State Correctional Facility it was back to business as usual for the Biancos. About six months after the former Navy Seals were released on parole. Their squad had broken up from their time in the joint. Shortly after their release what remained of the command structure of their unit started up a small clique based in North Holland where they have remained under the radar.
Bianco Family - Exodus; I:
The family grew at an extreme rate. Larger and faster than Aroldo could have ever imagined, the Biancos soon became the largest family in all of Liberty City. Leaders and representatives from other families and organizations throughout the city approached Aroldo offering partnerships and other such business deals. Aroldo was not interested in the affairs of any other gang in Liberty City except his own, in turn Aroldo placed the death order of all those who came to them with said business propositions. Aroldo felt that eliminating any possible competition and or weakening them would give him the upper hand, which it did. Because of the strength held by the Biancos they could do whatever they wanted without any repercussions from any other families or the Commission. The Biancos however never stepped out of there claimed territory of Alderney and the few neighborhoods in Algonquin. The idea was to remain small as possible, staying close together in case anything did happen the Bianco name would still be secure and there reputation would not be lost. Unfortunately Doc had a different vision in mind. He wanted to take over the entire city no matter the cost. He asked Aroldo if he could step into the Commission and see how he could overthrow it from within, at the start it worked out very well but in time the families involved with the Commission went to war with each other. It was split down the middle and soon it ripped itself apart, in a way that came as an advantage to the Biancos seeing as how they never wanted anything to do with Commission. With the war-torn Commission each family became an easy target for Doc to dismantle. His success in destroying the Commission lead him to seeking his way over to Broker, the home of one of the families that was in the Commission. He proceeded to seek out the “heavy hitters” in the family, soon turning the Underboss and Consigliere against the families Don and bringing them into the Biancos as associates.
It didn’t stop there; Doc asked Aroldo’s permission if he could start a crew within the family along with setting up operations in Broker and Bohan. Unknowingly to Aroldo Doc had become power hungry. He got a very simple taste during his campaign against the Commission and he wanted more. Soon Doc and Aroldo’s ideology changed. Doc wanted to conquer the entire city whereas Aroldo only ever wanted to keep his small piece which was all the shipping and construction unions in Alderney along with the gambling rackets in Western Algonquin. Because of this Doc pressured Aroldo into making him the Underboss while setting Pazzo aside to become Aroldo’s personal bodyguard and driver. Pazzo was fine with the change however his suspicions of Docs true intentions grew. With Doc in-charge of his own crew he began to grow away from Aroldo and Pazzo, taking a few Capos and Soldiers with him, plus a handful of new associates. The family then became split in two. With Docs rising power and influence Aroldo then challenged him to take over running the family for a trial period. To see if he really had what it takes to run a family. Doc jumped on the challenge, Aroldo kept a close eye on Doc by taking over the Underboss position.
A few weeks after Doc had taken over as “Acting-Don” his judgement became unclear. Stressed with the duties and responsibilities of running a family, he let people get the best of him by placing ideas in his head. Members of his crew proposed the idea of a “revolution”. Not only was this in change of leadership but also separating themselves from the Bianco family all together. Doc fell upon the pressure given to him by his crew members and then gave the order.
On a very gray afternoon the revolution began. One of the new associates asked Aroldo to help him complete a job that was assigned to him by Doc, unsuspecting to Aroldo it was a trap. They traveled to WestDyke Beach; this is where they were to ‘take care of’ the target. After eliminating the mark the associate then turned a gun onto Aroldo while his back was turned. Aroldo was then shot by 12gauge buckshot, sending him into the sand amongst the rocks, leaving him for dead. However the gunman did not check to see if Aroldo was dead or not. The shot was to his back and left side, he bled out for a few hours until his body was discovered by a local fisherman. Aroldo was then rushed to WestDyke Memorial Hospital. His whereabouts unknown to many, believed to be dead by the traitors.
When awakening Aroldo was then given the news as to what happened, learning that Doc had taken half of the family. The oath that was sworn by them when becoming ‘made’ had been broken. Aroldo didn’t let the thought of the traitors cloud his judgement, in fact he focused on rebuilding his family. Even though much of their power and muscle had been lost the Bianco name still never the less remained the same. The plan set out by Aroldo by keeping the business close together paid off by the revolution being almost harmless. The only thing that was affected was trust and love he had for those who betrayed him being lost. He swore no vengeance because of the oath they all had sworn when becoming ‘made’ will soon have its toll on the traitors. Now he can truly focus on what he always wanted the family to be.
Bianco Family - Exodus; II:
*To be added*
Bianco Family Armory:
The Bianco Family uses a wide assortment of weapons but mostly sticks with a short list of easy accessible tools of destruction that can be found throughout the city. Such as the Glock17, Desert Eagle, AK-47, M4 Carbine, Micro-Uzi, Winchester 1300, Molotov, and Baseball Bat.
Bianco Family Garage:
Transportation during jobs or meetings is always a valuable concern. Vehicles must have speed and dependability. Along with being incredibly agile that is why the Bianco Family uses the fallowing vehicles as there main means of transportation. Admiral, Cavalcade, Cognoscenti, Emperor, Feroci, Intruder, Lokus, Marbelle, PMP 600, Presidente, Schaffter, Sentinle. All vehicles used by the Bianco Famiglia would be seen in either one of the families colours, Black or Red.
Bianco Family Wardrobe:
These select parcels of clothing contain the Bianco Families colours that make our uniform and represent our Borgata.
Territorio: The Biancos mainly operate out of Northern Alderney and Port Tudor. Leftwood holds many small shops and businesses that pay for protection while in the more industrious areas many labor unions are controlled. Mostly in Port Tudor seeing as how it is a major shipping hub for Liberty City. The Biancos have done a good job by keeping a low profile from the FIB. Many city judges and politicians on the payroll along with some law enforcement officers in-pocket allows them to keep a low profile from any unwanted attention.
*Areas marked with Yellow Dots are known hangouts and places of business*
After the death of Jimmy Pegorino, North Alderney was left as open territory Aroldo and Doc swiftly seized all of Pegorino's business along with setting up new rackets within the area while staking claim to the top spot of Alderney. None of the other families argued that fact because they saw that our family was made up of model gangsters and low-profile 'men of honour' and the claim was well deserved. In return we would act as an Alderney set of eyes and ears during rough periods in the rest of Liberty City. Thus securing the most important piece of our empire.
After infiltrating a roofer's union, Aroldo was able to secure more and more roofing contracts for construction companies of his friends and family. He would hand contracts to those he knew would never disappoint the customer, thus raising the reputation of all his roofing companies. At this time, leaks and shoddy housing materials in Acter raised the demand for more roofing construction. Becoming a bigshot in Acter meant a lot of things for Aroldo. It meant the townsfolk could come to him with their problems and consider them done. And sooner or later, he became a guardian angel for the whole town, and they would all call him Padrino. With Aroldo's help, the methheads stayed out.
Thanks to connections in European countries, the family became a leading importer of Cigars, Scotch/Whiskey and stolen Electronics. As the biggest Port in the city, it's easy to let contraband be overlooked. And thanks to intimidation, the longshoremen have either been forced in to letting Bianco goods get smuggled through, or forced in to paying a tax to their mob-owned bosses.
Base of Operations
Honkers Gentleman's Club
Prostitution, gambling, loansharking.
Doc Faustino took a gamble on a strip club called Honkers. Today it serves as a front for prostitution and has grown to become the biggest in the city. From there, a few apartments were purchased using fake names and dummy corps. to act as makeshift brothels when the heat comes down on Honkers. And its many cop-free zones and junkyards serve as an excellent place to avoid wiretaps and to begin shady business deals. Control of the racket was later given to Big Doug after Doc's succession from the family. After Doug had seized control of the operation backroom poker games started up in various locations throughout Tudor bringing in an entirely new source of income.
After gambling was legalized, the Meat Quarter gained the eye of the Bianco Family. Aroldo saw this as a great opportunity to further expand out of Alderney and soon began pushing on the territory. The Biancos were not the only ones who sought control over the area, many small time crews and lowlife hoods tried muscling in, Aroldo didn't like that one bit, he then assigned Pazzo to make an "example" of the pests. When the bodies of the hoods began appearing in dumpsters and parking lots around the area everyone else had backed off, to many the territory wasn't worth dying over. Therefore allowing the Biancos to seize control of all the gambling along the West River.
Purgatory fell upon the eyes of Pazzo. He saw some good action to made in the area through scamming people with the HighSpeed Highway Car Wash and the Pay n' Spray just down the street. Over charging people for low service turned out to be a great scheme. Not to mention the great potential he found in a local bar by the name of "The Lucky Winckel" cheating people at darts and selling booze out the back door wasn't a bad business. Along with many Deli's in the neighborhood he started up a small protection racket within Purgatory. Making sure no hoodlums or low life street gangs would intrude on his operations or even disturb his clients.
Free Modes/Team Deathmatch: We are greatly populated into the Free Mode and Team Deathmatch game-types.
"Jobs": "Jobs" or formally known as "Hits" are contracts set out to individuals who may have shown disrespect or need to be sent a message.
Table: A traditional mafia term used for 'meet' or 'sit-down'. This is a gathering where members may get together to discuss either business or personal disputes within the Borgata.
Hazing: Some what "training" where any amount of members can go up against one another and practice there street tactics. And or take part in friendly Deathmatch with one another. Bianco Productions: Many family members take part in filming many Bianco Productions such as our GTA Machinima series Kings of Liberty. Other Bianco Productions can be found on our youtube channel.
Assignments: These are small tasks or jobs handed down from the Administration to members of the Borgata. Assignments will be given out through either PM and or in-game (chat).
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Personal grudges as well as disrespect towards the family.
Make it hurt. But as we all know, little kids think the hole is some sort of playpen. So avoid it. The target is elusive, be convincing when you reel him in. Set respawn to 30 and have him kicked before he reappears.
KIA Killed with 6 Uzi shots to the back of the head, dumped in an Alderney mineshaft.
Family Rank Legend: Don: The Don, this is the head of the family. The Don makes all the decisions to lead his family to high wealth. Sometimes referred to as Father, Godfather or Uncle in the old tradition, the Don has final say over all. He may at times look to his Underboss or Consigliere for advice.
Underboss: The Underboss is the second in command of the family, who acts in the Don's place when he is gone. Although the Don has final word, the Underboss holds much influence and authority throughout the entire family. They run the day to day operations of the family at times.
Consigliere: A Consigliere holds a special position, reserved for the Don's chief adviser. Like the Underboss, they have authority over any Capo and all others bellow them, although they are less of a 'boss' than the Underboss, more of a right hand man.
Caporegime: A Capo will have gone through rigorous training and proved infinite loyalty to the family. A Capo has authority over any and all ranks bellow them. They entrusted with much greater tasks whether it be leading a crew into a fight or setting up a forum. Capos have many great responsibilities that they must attend too. Much trust is given to Capos by the "Administration".
Pezzonovante: Big earner and or Button-Man. This is the highest honour that can be given to any soldier, this rank is a symbol that you are highly decorated and well respected amongst members of the Borgata. Now it is time to see if you are fit as leader and have what it takes to become Caporegime.
Sgarrista: Sgarrista or also known as "Soldiers" are the 'made men' of the family. They have been inducted through hard work and determination. A Sgarrista has authority over any Associate, Wiseguy and Giovane D'Honore though is still expected to listen to Capos and above ranks. Generally Sgarrista's shouldn't be telling high ranks what to do; they are allowed to branch out in to their own business ventures.
Enforcer: This is a low ranking Soldier (however you are not yet 'made'); you’ve proven yourself time and time again as an Associate now much more is expected of you. Show your dedication to the family, your loyalty, skill and competence and you soon will become a ‘Made Man’.
Associate: You'll be learning the ropes, either through role-plays or Free Modes and other activities. You're encouraged to seek out your superiors for guidance, but don't hassle them when they're busy with business. Prove you're loyal, active, and intelligent for a promotion.
Wiseguy:A higher ranking ‘Giovane D'Honore’. You’ve hung around for a short while and are starting to understand how the family works. This is where you'll lay the ground work towards becoming a vital member of the Borgata.
Giovane D'Honore: Giovane D'Honore also referred to as an "Outsider" is the lowest rank. This is someone new to family, more of an "errand boy" than anything else. You'll hang around for awhile then with activity and interest you'll soon move up in the family.
"Men of Honour" *The made members of the Bianco Famiglia*
D0N Bianco aka "Aroldo Bianco"
I started out as a small time wiseguy, mostly protection rackets and what not then infiltrating unions in the industrial sector of Alderney. With the help of Pazzo Sangue and Doc Faustino we soon became the largest family in Alderney and for a short time the largest in all of Liberty City but was all lost through greed and betrayal. All that is behind me, the "Golden Ages" have come and gone. Now I just run my family while holding the control of Alderney and passing on my words of advice and wisdom to those in need of it.
Mostly in Northern Alderney such as WestDyke & Leftwood but also spend much time in Tudor and Purgatory.
Weapons of Choice
"Officially" have ordered 34+, off the record have ordered another 80 or so. However the death toll by my hand is far too many to mention.
Fairly sadistic and a bit of a sociopath along with a tendency to have a short temper with most. For the most part the strong silent type that doesn't say more then what has to be said; often very vague.
I was a street thug, doing dirt all over Algonquin and Alderney. Met Aroldo on the streets a few years ago when sh*t was getting hectic in Liberty. We formed a small crew that quickly expanded into an empire. Some cats double crossed us and that was that. f*ck 'em. I only got one Famiglia for life. Loyalty above all laws.
Franklin Square and Purgatory.
Weapons of Choice
"Officially" have ordered about 12, but there is probably another 100 or so out there that I've done myself.
Short tempered border line crazy and ruthless.
LHR GR33NTHUMB aka "BIG DOUG"
I used to be a hustler on the streets of Alderney but now I roll with the largest family in Alderney. Began my career with the Biancos by doing a few hits and other odd jobs for Pazzo Sangue and soon met the Don. After awhile I was became 'made', swearing an oath to the family. Even after the "revolution" I was one of the few who stood by the Don.
Around the streets of WestDyke & Leftwood.
Red/Black Sentinel or Black Emperor.
Weapons of Choice
Completed roughly 15, designated: 1.
Friendly but can also be obnoxious at times.
MIDEVL MRDR (Michael 'Carini Burger' Carini)
Carini was the former Vice President of the late Devil's Brigade MC. One day in February, frustrated with the lack of motivation or willfulness to expand, he took off his patch. Soon after, the MC fell apart. Since the fall he continued to loiter in the Alderney area, which inevitably caused him to cross paths with the Bianco Famiglia. After meeting then Pezzonovante Doug 'Greenthumb' Burtello, he was intent on joining the esteemed ranks of the Famiglia. Soon after meeting with the Administration, he was brought in as a Man of Honor. Eager to prove himself, he stood by the Bianco's in assassinations, wars, fights, and arguments. He dealt with whatever he was ordered to deal with, without question.
On one fateful day, near the beginning of Summer, he was approached by Aroldo, the Don. His mission was to scout the waters of the west coast and San Andreas. He arrived in Los Santos for the first time, he quickly absorbed and adapted to the new environment. Soon after, he called then Caporegime and close friend Doug Burtello, with a plane ticket to LS as well. Since then, the Famiglia has visited and expanded to the state of San Andreas, basing themselves out of San Fierro.
Westdyke, Acter, Alderney City, Garcia
Weapons of Choice
Desert Eagle, Glock, Ithica 37, MP5
Has ordered 0 hits so far, and orchestrated two.
Has a short fuse, respects all but those who've went out of their way to lose it. Still has the cockiness of his youth, but experience of age.
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Username: Dannnylad Age: 16 Time Zone: GMT (From England) Platform: Xbox 360 MP Games Played: N/A How Often Do You Visit GTAForums? Just Joined Any Entries In Your Member Log? N/A Any Previous Gangs You've Been In? N/A How Can You Contribute To A Gang? Organised, Tactical, Distant Sniper, Skilled Driver Tell Us About Yourself: Highly interested in the gang life of gta 4, espcially the Italian families in and around alderny, believe myself to be a trust worthy gang member, better in the lower ranks, taking orders rather than giving orders Anything Else: I only have the standard Gta 4, i have none of the expansion packs (ballad of gay tony, lost and damned)
Goldplatedthong 15 P Pacific 360 I don't know Just joined today Nope I don't remember You play with me almost everyday you know my skill and what I can and can't to Well my character is very good at giving bjs to YG
Username SiK_Bosnian Age 15 Time Zone Eastern Platform(s) Ps3 MP Games Played All Cods. Many Racing games. All Gtas. How Often Do You Visit GTAForums? Very often since im wanting to join u guys Any Entries In Your Member Log? I dont know? Any Previous Gangs You've Been In? Nope. How Can You Contribute To A Gang? Well i can do anything u want me to do. I can put a hit on anyone 0.0 Tell Us About Yourself Im 15, very successful in life . Anything Else Plz let meh in
Username WidestWriter4 Age 16 Time Zone C.S.T. Platform(s) Xbox 360 MP Games Played Black Ops, GTA IV, Halo Reach How Often Do You Visit GTAForums? Very often Any Entries In Your Member Log? None Any Previous Gangs You've Been In? None How Can You Contribute To A Gang? I'm a good player, and I'm good with an assault rifle Tell Us About Yourself I like to do parkour, play video games, and eat... A lot. Anything Else?
It's a training exercise to see if we can all work together as a team, there was alot of confusion while the instructions were being given. The main idea behind it is to protect the VIP and work as a team to get from point (A) to point (B) and get there in one piece, whether it be driving through hostile territory or being attacked by random. So if that fills in any blanks you may have then that's great, if not ask any question you may have about it.
I'm looking for something mafia related, one of my favorite GTAs is LCS because of the style, favorite car is the Leone Sentinel by a long shot. I have GTA 3, VC, and SA on my mac, but I dunno if there's a SAMP type thing that works for Macs, but if there is, then I could do that also
Not sure what else you want to know, but ask if there is, usually only able to get on XBL on weekends
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