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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
[[Jon Gravelli]] is not too fond of the [[Russian Mafia|Russians]], and he asks [[Niko]] to destroy their loot at the compound in [[Alderney City]]. Niko heads over to the compound and uses a [[rocket launcher]] or some [[grenades]] to take out the cocaine vans. Once they are all blown up, the [[Russian Mafia]] will yell that Niko has cost them a lot of money. Niko escapes the compound and receives a happy call from Gravelli saying that the vans have been blown up properly.
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[[Jon Gravelli]] is not too fond of the [[Russian Mafia|Russians]], and he asks [[Niko]] to destroy their loot at the compound in [[Alderney City]]. Niko heads over to the compound to destroy every cocaine van. Once they are all blown up, the [[Russian Mafia]] will yell that Niko has cost them a lot of money. Niko escapes the compound and receives a happy call from Gravelli saying that the vans have been blown up properly.
  
 
==Walkthrough==
 
==Walkthrough==
Drive over and see [[Jon Gravelli]]. He and the [[United Liberty Paper|U.L. Paper contact]] found out that some Russians and some [[Ancelotti Family|Ancelottis]] have struck a business deal. They're selling drugs.
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Drive over and see [[Jon Gravelli]]. He and the [[United Liberty Paper|U.L. Paper contact]] found that some Russians and the [[Ancelotti Family|Ancelottis]] have struck a business deal to sell drugs.
  
Drive over to the compound in [[Alderney]]. It might be a good idea to buy an [[Rocket Launcher|RPG]] with a few missiles from the back-alley gun shop around the corner of the compound.
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Drive over to the compound in [[Alderney]]. If necessary, buy a [[Rocket Launcher|RPG]] with a few missiles from the back-alley gun shop around the corner of the compound or call [[Little Jacob]] for "guns."
  
Sneak in over the fence and utilize cover. Make sure that every enemy is killed before moving on. Shoot any Russian goons returning fire. Once the coast is clear, use a [[rocket launcher]] and [[grenades]] to blow up the cocaine vans when there is a clear shot. You should be able to easily blow up three of them.
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Near the entrance is a rickety fence which can be scaled without attracting the enemy's attention. Go through the unguarded section and climb a ladder at the far end. Walk along a wall top until you reach air ducts which can be climbed. Go to the second-highest roof and kill the sniper on the corner of the highest roof. Kill other visible enemies in the compound and watch for soldiers who may fire at you or descend from the highest roof -- they should be easy kills while on the ladder. Make sure that every rooftop enemy is killed before moving on. Climb to the highest roof to collect armor and sniper ammo, then go through the door and down the stairway. One of the vans to be destroyed is parked just outside the door at the bottom -- it may be driven or used as cover, but watch for smoke and flame in a firefight. Also watch the health meter, as enemy gunfire is especially accurate in the compound. Vans are destroyed by rocket, grenade, or sustained machine gun fire. A Russian may try to escape with a van but blow it up before it reaches you or the end of the compound. Then destroy any van(s) you missed. First aid and armor can be found in the compound.
 
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Gain cover near the beginning of the compound and take out a [[rocket launcher]] when all the visible vans have been destroyed. A Russian will try to escape with the van but blow it up before it reaches you or the end of the compound. Then go in and blow up any dormant van(s) you missed.
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Expect a phone call. The [[United Liberty Paper|U.L. Paper]] contact has found [[Darko Brevic]](the man that Niko is looking for) with the assistance of [[Jon Gravelli]]. They've brought him in to [[Liberty City in GTA IV|Liberty City]] (see [[That Special Someone]]).
 
Expect a phone call. The [[United Liberty Paper|U.L. Paper]] contact has found [[Darko Brevic]](the man that Niko is looking for) with the assistance of [[Jon Gravelli]]. They've brought him in to [[Liberty City in GTA IV|Liberty City]] (see [[That Special Someone]]).
 
There is a more complicated walkthrough for completing this mission, although it allows you to gain the element of surprise and get a good vantage position. There are two ways to go through.
 
 
1) Get a van like the [[Burrito]] and park it near the red canopy like thing over the storefront. Climb on top of the van and then on the canopy. Climb onto the AC unit and then onto the roof. From here, you can take out a large portion of the enemies, but you can't target enemies in the next area, where they are the most concentrated. Plus, you can't target any snipers.
 
 
2) A much more preferable method. Get an [[Ambulance]] and then park it near the wall shown at the end of the little video. If you don't know where it is, facing the fence that is in front of the complex, turn right and then take a left. Its a wall with some white lining. Climb on top of the Ambulance and then on the wall. Climb onto the air ducts and then onto the roof. Run over to the other end and then climb the ladder. There's a guy here armed with a Carbine Rifle, so quickly dispose of him. There's some sniper ammo near him, so use it for far away targets. From here, you can see a majority of the enemies. Just watch your back for any lone soldiers who manage to make it on the roof with you via a ladder somewhere (not the one you used). After disposing of the soldiers, find a way down and then destroy the vans.
 
 
[[Category:Missions]]
 
[[Category:Missions]]
 
[[Category:Missions in GTA IV]]
 
[[Category:Missions in GTA IV]]

Revision as of 07:31, 1 November 2009

Mission
Liquidize the Assets
Game GTA IV
For Jon Gravelli
Location Alderney
Reward $14500
Unlocks That Special Someone
Unlocked by Dining Out

Liquidize the Assets is the final mission given to Niko by Jon Gravelli in Grand Theft Auto IV

Overview

Jon Gravelli is not too fond of the Russians, and he asks Niko to destroy their loot at the compound in Alderney City. Niko heads over to the compound to destroy every cocaine van. Once they are all blown up, the Russian Mafia will yell that Niko has cost them a lot of money. Niko escapes the compound and receives a happy call from Gravelli saying that the vans have been blown up properly.

Walkthrough

Drive over and see Jon Gravelli. He and the U.L. Paper contact found that some Russians and the Ancelottis have struck a business deal to sell drugs.

Drive over to the compound in Alderney. If necessary, buy a RPG with a few missiles from the back-alley gun shop around the corner of the compound or call Little Jacob for "guns."

Near the entrance is a rickety fence which can be scaled without attracting the enemy's attention. Go through the unguarded section and climb a ladder at the far end. Walk along a wall top until you reach air ducts which can be climbed. Go to the second-highest roof and kill the sniper on the corner of the highest roof. Kill other visible enemies in the compound and watch for soldiers who may fire at you or descend from the highest roof -- they should be easy kills while on the ladder. Make sure that every rooftop enemy is killed before moving on. Climb to the highest roof to collect armor and sniper ammo, then go through the door and down the stairway. One of the vans to be destroyed is parked just outside the door at the bottom -- it may be driven or used as cover, but watch for smoke and flame in a firefight. Also watch the health meter, as enemy gunfire is especially accurate in the compound. Vans are destroyed by rocket, grenade, or sustained machine gun fire. A Russian may try to escape with a van but blow it up before it reaches you or the end of the compound. Then destroy any van(s) you missed. First aid and armor can be found in the compound.

Expect a phone call. The U.L. Paper contact has found Darko Brevic(the man that Niko is looking for) with the assistance of Jon Gravelli. They've brought him in to Liberty City (see That Special Someone).