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The digital issue of Game Informer lays out a mission (likely named "The Extraction") in which Michael rappels down the IAA building (GTA's equivalent of the CIA) with Trevor waiting in the helicopter and Franklin watching guard with a sniper rifle. --IanPhoenix (talk|edits) 14:56, 16 November 2012 (UTC)
Heist Missions pages
When we get around to creating mission pages for the heist missions:
- Do we need to do separate pages for each approach (e.g. for the Jewel Store Job, have one page for the Smart Approach and another for the Loud Approach) or have them on a single page, outlining each approach? Each approach has significantly different dialogue, main objectives, secondary objectives, and failure conditions.
- For the heist setup missions (e.g. steal a certain vehicle), do they need to be their own pages or integrated with the main heist?
- We may need to make a new category: "Heists in GTA V" or something similar.
- The idea I'd had for the heist pages is to keep both on loud and smart approaches on the same page using headers (under the mission header) to separate them in order to link to them from other pages. As for the missions leading up the heists, they should each have their own page. Your suggestion for a heists category sounds good to me. Thank you for your work creating mission pages on the site by the way. A-Dust 18:23, 17 October 2013 (BST)