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[[File:SolarinIndustries-GTASA-Doherty-exterior.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Solarin Industries in [[San Fierro]]'s [[Doherty]] district]]
 
[[File:SolarinIndustries-GTASA-Doherty-exterior.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Solarin Industries in [[San Fierro]]'s [[Doherty]] district]]
'''Solarin Industries''' is a large industrial complex located just east of the freeway in the [[Doherty]] district of [[San Fierro]], [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]].  Its large reddish-brown brick buildings are easily spotted alongside the freeway, and its two smoke stacks are visible from almost everywhere in the city. A small office complex is also present in [[Dillimore]].
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'''Solarin Industries''' is a large industrial complex located just east of the freeway in the [[Doherty]] district of [[San Fierro]], [[San Andreas in GTA III Era|San Andreas]].  Its large reddish-brown brick buildings are easily spotted alongside the freeway, and its two smoke stacks are visible from almost everywhere in the city. A small office complex is also present in [[Dillimore]].
  
 
[[File:SolarinIndustries-GTASA-Dillimore-exterior.jpg|thumb|150px|left|Solarin's office in Dillimore]]
 
[[File:SolarinIndustries-GTASA-Dillimore-exterior.jpg|thumb|150px|left|Solarin's office in Dillimore]]
Solarin Industries is known as ''Shady Industries'' in the [[PS2]] version of [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]], a reference to a building appearing in a video by the rap artist [[wp:Eminen|Eminem]] (also known as "Slim Shady").  Carry-over from the PS2 version is evident, however, in the PC version, where [[Benson]]s sporting the ''Shady Industries'' logo can be seen roaming San Andreas.
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Solarin Industries is known as ''Shady Industries'' in the [[PlayStation 2|PS2]] version of [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]], a reference to a building appearing in a video by the rap artist [[wp:Eminen|Eminem]] (also known as "Slim Shady").  Carry-over from the PS2 version is evident, however, in the [[Personal Computer|PC]] version, where [[Benson]]s sporting the ''Shady Industries'' logo can be seen roaming San Andreas. The name "Solarin" is most likely taken from Toks Solarin, a character designer for [[Rockstar Games]].
The name "Solarin" is most likely taken from Toks Solarin, a character designer for [[Rockstar Games]].
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[[File:Benson-GTASA-ShadyIndustries-front.jpg|thumb|300px|right|The remnants of ''Shady Industries'' in the PC version of [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]]]]
 
[[File:Benson-GTASA-ShadyIndustries-front.jpg|thumb|300px|right|The remnants of ''Shady Industries'' in the PC version of [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]]]]
  
 
==Events of GTA San Andreas==
 
==Events of GTA San Andreas==
After discovering the truth behind the [[Loco Syndicate]] and locating its leaders in San Fierro, [[Carl Johnson]] sets out to take down the syndicate once and for all.  After gaining the trust of [[Jizzy B.]] and [[T-Bone Mendez]], Carl meets the man pulling all the strings, [[Mike Toreno]], after [[Mike Toreno (mission)|rescuing]] him from an ambush at [[Easter Bay International Airport]].  Carl begins performing tasks for the syndicate's leaders while in San Fierro in a ploy to destroy the organization from within.  One of the missions Carl is asked to perform is to protect a van making a delivery to the syndicate's drug factory in [[Doherty]]. In order to do so, Carl first meets up with Toreno and Mendez at the [[Xoomer]] gas station in [[Easter Basin]] before continuing to Solarin Industries, where the van and some helpful weapons are waiting for Carl.  From here, Carl must destroy roadblocks situated at certain points along the van's route in order to provide it safe passage to the factory.
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After discovering the truth behind the [[Loco Syndicate]] and locating its leaders in San Fierro, [[Carl Johnson]] sets out to take down the syndicate once and for all.  After gaining the trust of [[Jizzy B.]] and [[T-Bone Mendez]], Carl meets the man pulling all the strings, [[Mike Toreno]], after [[Mike Toreno (mission)|rescuing]] him from an ambush at [[Easter Bay Airport]].  Carl begins performing tasks for the syndicate's leaders while in San Fierro in a ploy to destroy the organization from within.  One of the missions Carl is asked to perform is to protect a van making a delivery to the syndicate's drug factory in [[Doherty]]. In order to do so, Carl first meets up with Toreno and Mendez at the [[Xoomer]] gas station in [[Easter Basin]] before continuing to Solarin Industries, where the van and some helpful weapons are waiting for Carl.  From here, Carl must destroy roadblocks situated at certain points along the van's route in order to provide it safe passage to the factory.
  
 
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==Other==
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Latest revision as of 00:57, 31 July 2012

Solarin Industries in San Fierro's Doherty district

Solarin Industries is a large industrial complex located just east of the freeway in the Doherty district of San Fierro, San Andreas. Its large reddish-brown brick buildings are easily spotted alongside the freeway, and its two smoke stacks are visible from almost everywhere in the city. A small office complex is also present in Dillimore.

Solarin's office in Dillimore

Solarin Industries is known as Shady Industries in the PS2 version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, a reference to a building appearing in a video by the rap artist Eminem (also known as "Slim Shady"). Carry-over from the PS2 version is evident, however, in the PC version, where Bensons sporting the Shady Industries logo can be seen roaming San Andreas. The name "Solarin" is most likely taken from Toks Solarin, a character designer for Rockstar Games.

The remnants of Shady Industries in the PC version of GTA San Andreas

Events of GTA San Andreas

After discovering the truth behind the Loco Syndicate and locating its leaders in San Fierro, Carl Johnson sets out to take down the syndicate once and for all. After gaining the trust of Jizzy B. and T-Bone Mendez, Carl meets the man pulling all the strings, Mike Toreno, after rescuing him from an ambush at Easter Bay Airport. Carl begins performing tasks for the syndicate's leaders while in San Fierro in a ploy to destroy the organization from within. One of the missions Carl is asked to perform is to protect a van making a delivery to the syndicate's drug factory in Doherty. In order to do so, Carl first meets up with Toreno and Mendez at the Xoomer gas station in Easter Basin before continuing to Solarin Industries, where the van and some helpful weapons are waiting for Carl. From here, Carl must destroy roadblocks situated at certain points along the van's route in order to provide it safe passage to the factory.

Other

  • Body Armor
    • At the very north end of the main building, just at the bottom of the grassy hill next to the freeway.
  • Shotgun
    • At the southernmost end of the complex