|Objective||Assassinate Trevor Philips|
|Location||3671 Whispymound Drive in Vinewood Hills, Los Santos|
|Unlocked by||The Big Score|
To Live and Die in Los Santos|
Solid Gold, Baby! (can be a part of)
Something Sensible is a mission for Franklin Clinton started by Franklin Clinton from the living room in his house in Vinewood Hills, Los Santos. It is one of three choices for the final mission alongside The Time's Come and The Third Way.
- 1 Mission
- 2 Reward
- 3 Secondary objective
- 4 Aftermath
- 4.1 Texts
- 4.2 Phone calls
- 4.3 E-mails
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Video walkthrough
- 7 See also
Franklin, at his house in Vinewood Hills, is visited by Devin Weston reminding him of his request to kill Michael De Santa. Once Weston leaves the player is given the choice to kill Trevor, to kill Michael or to save both. The first choice triggers Something Sensible.
Franklin phones Trevor and asks to meet him somewhere quiet to talk with Trevor suggesting the empty lots in El Burro Heights. While making his way to El Burro Heights, Franklin phones Michael De Santa and informs him of his plans to kill Trevor. He tells Michael of Devin Weston's request to kill him and asks for help in killing Trevor. Michael, however, promises nothing only that he'll 'see what I can do'. Franklin arrives at the meeting point and shortly afterwards so does Trevor.
Trevor informs Franklin he knows why he asked to meet and explains his belief that Franklin, having acted as a peacemaker between the two in the past, wanted to end their rivalry following their heist at the Union Depository. Franklin then pulls a gun on Trevor and informs him, while he likes him, he's likely to get Franklin, Michael and himself killed. Trevor protests that he has been straight with Franklin when they've worked together. Franklin responds by saying the truth isn't what he's interested in, at which point Trevor speeds off in his vehicle. While leaving the scene he calls Franklin a judas and states that Franklin is 'just like him' (Michael).
Franklin gives chase and the two speed through the freeways of Los Santos and into Blaine County, at one point heading to the oil fields. Franklin then receives a phone call from Michael and explains the situation to him. Michael, who is not far away, tells Franklin to stop Trevor in the oil fields. The two continue to speed through the oil fields until Michael uses his car to ram Trevor's Bodhi into an oil tanker. The tanker begins leaking oil over Trevor's vehicle and the two get out of their vehicles. An enraged Trevor realises that Michael has teamed with Franklin and tells them to take their shot while crawling away from the tanker. Franklin takes his shot, intentionally missing Trevor to hit the oil. The spark causes a fire to start and Trevor is burnt to death. Franklin and Michael watch on until the tanker explodes, finally killing Trevor.
Franklin and an emotiional Michael begin to walk away with Michael telling Franklin to grow up. Michael then begins to list Trevor's various character flaws, obviously regretting his actions. The two begin to head their separate ways, on good terms, with Franklin telling Michael 'It's certainly been an education!' Michael responds telling him that whatever it takes, survive. The camera then focuses on Franklin walking toward Los Santos as the end credits begin to roll.
The reward for completing the mission is the beginning of the end credits and the To Live and Die in Los Santos achievement/trophy is unlocked.
|Judas!||Kill Trevor Philips|
Michael and Franklin
- Lester Crest: Trevor's fallen off the map. I don't know what's going on, and I don't want to. I split his take from that last job between you two. hold on to it for him.
Michael De Santa: Hello?
Jimmy De Santa: Uncle T, Dad - I just heard... he's... he's... He's not going to bother us anymore... we're safe. Uncle T - he was a good guy!
Michael De Santa: No he wasn't. He was dangerous.
Jimmy De Santa: Uncle T - did you do it? Did you, Dad?
Michael De Santa: Uncle T wanted to kill all of us, Jim... he wasn't well...
Jimmy De Santa: Uncle T - man... fuck.
To Franklin from Jimmy De Santa
Franklin Clinton: Hey.
Jimmy De Santa: Trevor- apparently he's... he's dead.
Franklin Clinton: Yeah... I err. I heard.
Jimmy De Santa: Fuck... he was like my uncle.
Franklin Clinton: Shit, man, he was kind of crazy, dog. I mean, we all a little crazy but he was a lotta crazy, homie.
Jimmy De Santa: Uncle T, man. I can't believe it.
Franklin Clinton: Yeah... bad business, but this life is bad business sometimes, homie. Shit, I'll you, dog.
To Franklin from Steve Haines
Franklin Clinton: Okay, I did it, alright?
Steve Haines: I know. Good dog.
Franklin Clinton: Look, man, Devin Weston came to talk to me. He wanted me to clap Michael and let Trevor go.
Steve Haines: Then you should've clapped both of them.
Franklin Clinton: Man, isn't there something you and Dave can do? Cause he might be pissed, man.
Steve Haines: Dave can't do anything. Dave's lucky I let him do my paperwork, he's this close to discharge with no pension.
Franklin Clinton: Well shit, is there something you can do?
Steve Haines: Sure, I can talk to Devin. He's licking his wounds after Merryweather lost their licence to operate in the state. He might need a friend.
Franklin Clinton: Oh yeah, okay, shit. I hear it could be real useful having an FIB agent looking out for you.
Steve Haines: Hey, your chips are cashed, pal. Don't contact me again.
To Franklin from Lamar Davis
Franklin Clinton: Eh, what's happening, homie?
Franklin Clinton: After all the scams and attempted homicides, huh, now you say his janky?
Lamar Davis: Well, excuse me if I wanna see the best in people, nigga? But this serious, homie. I gotta stay low key.
Franklin Clinton: Yeah, you do that. And keep breathing, dog.
To Franklin from Tanisha Jackson
Franklin Clinton: Eh, boo. Was'appening?
Tanisha Jackson: Hi, Franklin. I'm calling to tell you, I'm getting married.
Franklin Clinton: Shit, I knew that.
Tanisha Jackson: I mean like tomorrow.
Franklin Clinton: Oh, shit, okay.
Tanisha Jackson: You know, you will find someone, Franklin. But before that... You gotta grow up... I mean... seriously. You didn't want to hang out with Lamar because he was too crazy. But... well, do you really think you moved on from craziness?
Franklin Clinton: Look, thanks for the lecture, alright. But listen, I'm happy for you. Honestly, I am, man. Man, I'll see you around, alright.
Tanisha Jackson: Take care of yourself.
To Michael fron Ron
What the fuck Did you Do?
I can't believe you killed him. I can't believe it. I'm... fuck you. Loafer wearing prick. Fuck you. I hate you, now I've lost everything. My best friend and the business we had developed. Fuck you.
To Franklin from Michael
We did it kid. We made the right choice. The only choice, from the moment he turned up. There weren't no choice. Sorry things were a bit funny the other day, but you know how it is - that stuff is heavy. Shit has been truly heavy. But you're still my friend, if you want to hang out some time, give me a shout.
To Franklin from Lamar Davis
Hey nigga - did you smoke Trevor? I heard he turned up dead. Maniac was real, so I hope not.
No - I heard it was the government or some shit. He was my friend. That ain't how I act.
- Completing this mission ends Trevor's involvement in the game. The player, if they have failed to complete all the tasks specific to Trevor, will not be able to achieve 100% completion.
- Franklin and Michael's share from the Union Depository heist is increased after the death of Trevor.
- After the mission in the De Santa House Michael can see Jimmy De Santa looking at Niko Bellic's Lifeinvader page.
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