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Discussion in 'GTA V - Story Mode' started by SKlegend, Sep 21, 2013.
I love how the good sport reward always seems to come out at the most random times like this.
Lmao I know right! Countless times I have laughed when it happens!
I killed 100+ cops doing a a standoff (what I define as holing up someplace and lasting against the LSPD as long as you can) on top of Michael's hangar in LSIA. Then I parachuted off, got into a plane, jumped out, then parachuted to the top of the Maze Bank where I shot down dozens of choppers before giving up (as there is no parachute on the Maze Bank roof) and falling off, committing suicide.
Another thing I did was follow the traffic laws and actually stop at a red light and wait for it to turn green. Needless to say it took me the entire GTAV day to get from Rockford Hills to LSIA.
A crewmate once walked back to town from Paleto bay! Stopping for traffic lights would seem quick after that.
As Franklin, I was flying a plane when I switched to Trevor and noticed he was flying a chopper. I pinpointed Trevor's location, and crashed my jet into him, switching to Michael just beforehand when he was just close enough to hear the explosion and see a small explosion in the distance.
Stole a cop car and drove up a hill, a cop hit a light pole and I hit the light pole, flipped, then exploded. It's not that exciting but it got put into DatSaintsFan top 5 deaths of the week a year ago or so which was pretty cool.
Drove like a civilian.
Well see, im 16 and you're supposed to be 18 to own the game.
Thats the craziest thing i've done.
Haha thats pretty funny
One of my favourite things to do (which I'm gutted you can't do online) is the insta-ragdoll jump. There's nothing funnier than climbing on top of a van and just hurling yourself at innocent bystanders....
^ That would be so cool online.
Craziest thing? Probably the moment when me and a buddy kidnapped a newbie in the back of our van and kept him hostage for a while in the old mine shaft xD
I became a better person, trust me