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*[[Clarence Little]] - Niko can kill him, on [[Francis McReary]]'s orders, or let him live.
 
*[[Clarence Little]] - Niko can kill him, on [[Francis McReary]]'s orders, or let him live.
 
*[[Alonzo]] - Niko can kill him, or let him warn Teddy.
 
*[[Alonzo]] - Niko can kill him, or let him warn Teddy.
*Unnamed Jewish Mobster - Niko can kill him in the Majestic Hotel or walk away.
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*[[Isaac Roth]] - Niko can kill him in the Majestic Hotel or walk away.
 
*[[Vasily]] - [[Niko Bellic|Niko]] can kill him in a drive-by in the mission [[Wrong is Right]].
 
*[[Vasily]] - [[Niko Bellic|Niko]] can kill him in a drive-by in the mission [[Wrong is Right]].
 
*[[Jim Fitzgerald]] - Niko can murder him for causing trouble to Ray Boccino or let him ride under train and die in accident.
 
*[[Jim Fitzgerald]] - Niko can murder him for causing trouble to Ray Boccino or let him ride under train and die in accident.

Revision as of 23:57, 14 May 2010

There are many hit missions in Grand Theft Auto IV, and Niko Bellic has accrued the greatest body count of any GTA protagonist thus far. Here is a list of his intended targets ("collateral" murders such as those of unidentified gunmen, pedestrians, or police are not included):


Murders

Random Encounter Kills

  • Eddie Low - Murdered by Niko in self-defense (Eddie Low is a random character, so killing him or even encountering him in the first place is optional).
  • Clarence Little - Can be spared, although in a later random encounter, he must be killed anyway, unless the encounter is avoided altogether.

Choices

Kill One or the Other