Danny

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Character
Danny
Appearances [[Appearance::Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]
Full Name Danny
Gender Gender::Male
Nationality American
Businesses Drug trafficking

{{infobox character |name = Danny |image = GTA_CW_Danny.JPG |size = 180px |games = [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]] |gender = M |nationality = [[United States of America|American]] |businesses = Drug trafficking}} :''For other uses of the name "Danny", see [[Danny Dyer]], [[Danny Hatmaker]], [[Danny Trejo]] or [[Danny Zoo]].'' '''Danny''' is a character and drug dealer in [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]. He sells drugs out of [[Meadows Park]], [[Dukes]] and e-mails [[Huang Lee]], the games [[Protagonist|protagonist]], regarding special deals when selling and buying drugs. Danny tips off Huang about cheap cocaine for sale in the mission [[Tricks of the Triad|"Tricks of the Triad"]] that eventually ends up in a bust. ==Trivia== *In the [[Nintendo DS]] version of Chinatown Wars, Danny shares the same character model as [[Liam]]. However, in the [[PlayStation Portable]] version, the generic drug-dealer model is used. ==Gallery== Danny-GTACW.jpg|Danny as he appears in the [[Nintendo DS]] version of GTA Chinatown Wars. Danny-GTACW2.jpg|Danny as he appears in the [[PlayStation Portable]] version of GTA Chinatown Wars {{GTA Chinatown Wars Characters}} [[de:Danny]] [[es:Danny]]

For other uses of the name "Danny", see Danny Dyer, Danny Hatmaker, Danny Trejo or Danny Zoo.

Danny is a character and drug dealer in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. He sells drugs out of Meadows Park, Dukes and e-mails Huang Lee, the games protagonist, regarding special deals when selling and buying drugs. Danny tips off Huang about cheap cocaine for sale in the mission "Tricks of the Triad" that eventually ends up in a bust.

Trivia

  • In the Nintendo DS version of Chinatown Wars, Danny shares the same character model as Liam. However, in the PlayStation Portable version, the generic drug-dealer model is used.

Gallery