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Grand Theft Auto: The Untold Stories (2006) is a Text-Based Series written by [[User:Carl "CJ" Johnson]]. In the series itself, it explains: WHY did Big Smoke and Ryder join the Ballas? Was Claude ALWAYS, or was he EVER, a "Mute"? WHY did 8-Ball start a Company? Well, the series can tell that to you. If it is turned into an ACTUAL series by Rockstar Games and Rockstar North, (which [[User:Carl "CJ" Johnson]] hereby gives them permission to use), it would take the Split-Screen Format of 24. It already takes the Real-Time Format of 24 (and you'd be surprised about how long an hour can be from these Characters' Perspectives, each episode takes up about 17 pages of Microsoft Word). In Carl's profile, you can get a link to the site where he hosts the episodes.
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[[User:Carl "CJ" Johnson/Grand Theft Auto: The Untold Stories|Grand Theft Auto: The Untold Stories]] (2006 - 2011) was a fan-fiction series written by [[User:Carl "CJ" Johnson|Zach Marsh]]. During its' short run, the series failed to become well-known amongst fan-fiction writers or Grand Theft Auto fans. The very small audience that had read the series had mixed to negative reactions - some loved the attempt to bridge the gap of the GTA games, while many saw Marsh's writing style and plot contradictions to be a turn-off.
  
GTA: The Untold Stories has inspired a VERY mini Mini-Series called [[Daily Dude Damage]], where 3 Male (and sometimes Female) Characters from the GTA Games battle it all out. The Episodes can be as long as a Harry Potter Book, or as short as a Sentence. Sometimes More or Less Characters will be involved.
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The series itself had 4 episodes that started to bridge the gap between [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] when the series itself had suddenly come to a halt. After five years of a hiatus, Marsh finally pulled the plug on the series in 2011.
  
==Seasons==
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The series made an attempt to bridge every [[Grand Theft Auto]] game together, with [[Tommy Vercetti]] and [[Carl Johnson]] taking the roles of the primary protagonists. It took place in "real time", and each episode took the place of one hour. An entire season took place over one day. Marsh's series, however, was also going to chronicle the days of Johnson's parents, and that story was going to be told in a format similar to a regular story, fragmented and with gaps in-between. The story of Vercetti’s parents wasn’t going to be covered due to the fact that it wasn’t nearly as eventful.
  
===GTA: VC - GTA: SA Series===
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Marsh may continue the series at some point in the future due to his personal enjoyment of it, but that is unlikely. If this does happen, the four episodes that were initially released will likely be re-written entirely while staying true to the plot.
 
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====Season I====
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Main Characters: 10 Characters:
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Tommy Vercetti PRO
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Carl "CJ" Johnson PRO
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Sean "Sweet" Johnson
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Jimmy Lincoln ???
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Mickey Willows ???
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Kendl Johnson
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Jordan Liles ???, REAL, INVISIBLE
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Mitch Baker DEAD
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Brian Johnson DEAD
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Giorgio Forelli ENEMY
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===Character Guide===
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DEAD = DECEASED
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??? = Never Heard Of In GTA Series
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INVISIBLE = Going To Appear (GTA)
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PRO = Protagonist
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REAL = Based On A Real Person
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ENEMY = Antagonist
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==Characters==
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[[Grand Theft Auto: The Untold Stories/Characters|Characters]]
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[[Grand Theft Auto: The Untold Stories/Death List|Death List]]
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==Plot==
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* ???: London: 1961, and London: 1969's protagonists are born.
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* September 11, 1955: Tommy Vercetti and Carl Johnson are born.
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* Carl's father mysteriously disappears the day Carl is born. He is/was a cop, and may have been killed in a gang-related incident.
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* Tommy's parents move to San Andreas, in what would eventually be Sweet's house, for Tommy's first birthday.
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* Tommy and Carl meet eachother at the age of 3.
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* 1961: London: 1961's events occur.
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* Tommy is 6 when his mother is killed in a Drive-By while out shopping. This occurs very shortly after London: 1961's events end.
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* When he is 13, Tommy and his father move to Liberty City. Carl urges him not to go, but Tommy says he will keep in touch.
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* 1969: London: 1969's events occur.
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* At 15, Tommy is, whether he wanted to or not, recruited by the Forelli family, headed by Sonny Forelli.
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* Tommy and Sonny's cousin, Giorgio Forelli, who is the same age as Tommy (to the day), begin to argue, and eventually get into a fight in which Tommy suffers minor injuries, whereas Giorgio is smashed across the face with a beer bottle. Shards of glass are permanently stuck on the right side of his face.
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* 1971: Several things happen that will have an effect on the rest of the series:
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* Tommy gets into an arguement with his father (who's name is Jack, and who has a Tommy Gun for protection, hence the name of his son, as he always thought his son would protect him just the same), who has found out Tommy is working for the Mafia, and doesn't care about making money. He wants Tommy to help him at the Printing Press (now General Autos), as he makes a fair share of money anyway, with a legit job. Tommy refuses. His father goes out for a smoke. Just then, some Sindacco goons gun down his father in a Drive-By, intending to kill Tommy, and then drive off. Tommy comes out, sees his father on the ground, and shoots at the car with a 9MM Pistol. Everyone but the Shooter dies. He escapes, as Tommy runs out of ammo. He checks on his father, who is mortally wounded.
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Tommy: "I'm here, dad. Stay with me. I NEED HELP! SOMEBODY HELP! I HAVE A MAN WHO HAS BEEN SHOT!"
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Jack: "Maybe... you were right... if you had worked at the Press, it may have been... you... who came out here... and was shot..."
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He coughs up blood.
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Tommy holds him closer and embraces him. His father returns the hug, as tears start forming in Tommy's eyes.
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Tommy: "Dad... st... stay... stay with me, OK?"
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His father then goes limp.
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* The Johnson brothers (Sean, Carl, and Brian, Kendl has also been born, but is nowhere to be seen) smoke pot in Sean's Room. Kendl smells it, and this causes the infamous conversation heard in San Andreas, in the beginning of the game:
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Kendl: "Carl, Brian, stop it! Brian, stop it!"
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Sean: "Quit it! Moms will hear!"
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Kendl: "Mom, they're up to something!"
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So they leave the house. They go see Lance Wilson at his house. Melvin Harris is also there, playing Blackjack with Lance. They've also been smoking pot. They go outside. Sean wants to form a gang, and recruits all of them.
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Sean: "Now now now, uh, we need to make nicknames. I'll start with... Sweet."
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Melvin: "Big Smoke."
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Lance: "Ryder, baby!"
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Brian: "Uhh... CrackHead!"
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Everyone Else: "FUCK NO!"
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Sweet: "YOU STAY WITH BRIAN, MAN!"
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Carl: "THAT IS, IF YOU'RE GONNA THINK UP THAT KINDA SHIT!"
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* Sonny Forelli has tracked Jack's killer. He sends Tommy to kill him, as he has "business... except this time, it's PERSONAL business!" to take care of. Tommy does the job with the 9MM, but 10 other guys shoot at him. He takes cover, and, with his father's Tommy Gun, he takes them all out. 11 men. He leaves, but then the Police are right outside. He drops the gun, and his 9MM, and is arrested without resistance.
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* Carl is watching TV. He looks at the news, and sees live footage of a trial. He sees Tommy Vercetti being tried, and can't believe it. He killed 11 men. Sonny Forelli, thankfully, comes to the stand, slips the Judge $1,000,000,000 (where he got 1 Billion is unknown) in special (and not counterfeit, somehow) $1,000,000 bills. After Sonny says all 11 men (in reality, only the first guy Tommy killed) were responsible for the death of his father. The Judge chooses the penalty on his own, not without controversy, and not without utter awe and shock, as 15 Years Without Parole Or Bail.
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* Until Sometime In The 1970's/80's:
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* The GSF, A.K.A. Grove Street Families, maintain a stranglehold over San Andreas, mainly due to Sean, Carl, and Brian. The Ballas, Vagos, Da Nang Gang, Sindacco & Leone/Forelli Mafia Families, and MoFos (almost instantly eradicated), among other gangs, then move in.
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* 1984: Vice City Stories' events occur.
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* Tommy Vercetti is in Jail.
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* The Forelli/Leone Families share a truce, and are united. Before, all 3 Mafia families were at peace. But then, all 3 are seperated, but the Leone & Forelli families do not war with eachother, they just want to branch out. The Forellis leave San Andreas.
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* 1980: Carl Johnson begins working in Liberty City, and becomes friends with Joey Leone.
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* 1980:
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* The Grove Street Families pay Kent Paul for heavy weapons. Such weapons are used to take out the MoFos. The Ballas and Vagos steal some, and so an All-Out war begins.
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* 1986: The events of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City take place.
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* Sometime in the middle of Vice City, the Grove Street Families are losing turf, and fast.
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* Carl Johnson goes back to San Andreas.
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* Brian Johnson is killed.
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* A vendetta begins against Giorgio Forelli.
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* Tommy & Kendl are apparently in love. From what Tommy says at one point, it would be for Kendl's well-being that she does not begin a relationship with him, as Carl would apparently be pissed if he ever found out. Nonetheless, they kiss at one point.
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* An unsuccessful attempt on Tommy's, and (presumably) Kendl's, lives, is made, and Carl Johnson is kidnapped, and thus happiness is short-lived between Kendl & Tommy.
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* Tommy Vercetti goes after Carl to rescue him.
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* Mitch Baker is shot dead while defending Tommy.
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* Carl collapses after being tortured by Giorgio Forelli and then rescued by The GSF.
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* Forelli escapes.
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* Jimmy Lincoln is shot in the neck, and his condition remains Unknown.
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==Official Info (From Zachary Marsh)==
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MAJOR SPOILERS!
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Note: Info also pertains to future episodes, and episodes that take place in the past, but have not been made.
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* Real-Life Cities, Objects, People, And Other Things, will be used, along with the made-up things (I.E. a Harrier can be used, but so can a Hydra), albeit, probably not in the near future.
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* The first season of the GTA: VC - GTA: SA Series has started at 8:00 AM, EDT, on December 31, 1986, and will end at 8:00 AM, EDT, on January 1, 1987 (due to Brian's death happening in 1986, to keep it at 5 years before San Andreas, Zach has made it be in Late 1986). This indicates that the GTA: VC - GTA: SA Series will only have 5 (likely), 4 (slightly less likely), or 6 (nearly impossible) Seasons. Any number larger is impossible, smaller is closer to impssible than 6 is.
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* Brian's death will be a cause of several deaths throughout the series, especially in this Season, and most of the deaths will be Giorgio Forelli's men, as acts of revenge by CJ, Sweet, and Tommy.
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* Giorgio Forelli is the main antagonist of the series, and will remain so until his eventual, and inevitable, death at the hands of Tommy and/or Carl, and then someone "you won't believe" takes his place.
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* Tommy and Carl have known eachother since they were 3.
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* Tommy and Carl are close friends.
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* Tommy and Carl are the main Protagonists of the series.
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* Tommy and Carl were both born on September 11, 1955.
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* There are many plot branches and twists.
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* The series will probably take a long time to complete, Marsh has said.
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* There are continuity errors, like things appearing on TV and such, that weren't around until after the time that episode/season takes place. These are intentional, however, as the actual GTA series itself has several in every game, or at least most of the games.
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* Kendl will do something "unimaginable" at some point. Possibilities include killing someone, or turning on the protagonists.
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* The yet-to-be-seen character of Jordan Liles is based on a person in real life, Jordan Liles, A.K.A. d8cam, the infamous creator of the "GTA Trilogy Tribute", on YouTube, which was unfortunately stolen.
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* A preview of the current season shows that a building somewhere in Downtown Los Santos will explode, taking out electricity all over San Andreas.
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* A "Zachary Marsh" character may appear at some time, as a Protagonist, and if so, will be born on May 29, 1995, the birthday of series creator Zachary Marsh, and/or a major event may take place on this day. However, it is possible neither of them will happen.
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* Tragic events regularly happen.
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Revision as of 20:52, 17 July 2011

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Grand Theft Auto: The Untold Stories (2006 - 2011) was a fan-fiction series written by Zach Marsh. During its' short run, the series failed to become well-known amongst fan-fiction writers or Grand Theft Auto fans. The very small audience that had read the series had mixed to negative reactions - some loved the attempt to bridge the gap of the GTA games, while many saw Marsh's writing style and plot contradictions to be a turn-off.

The series itself had 4 episodes that started to bridge the gap between Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas when the series itself had suddenly come to a halt. After five years of a hiatus, Marsh finally pulled the plug on the series in 2011.

The series made an attempt to bridge every Grand Theft Auto game together, with Tommy Vercetti and Carl Johnson taking the roles of the primary protagonists. It took place in "real time", and each episode took the place of one hour. An entire season took place over one day. Marsh's series, however, was also going to chronicle the days of Johnson's parents, and that story was going to be told in a format similar to a regular story, fragmented and with gaps in-between. The story of Vercetti’s parents wasn’t going to be covered due to the fact that it wasn’t nearly as eventful.

Marsh may continue the series at some point in the future due to his personal enjoyment of it, but that is unlikely. If this does happen, the four episodes that were initially released will likely be re-written entirely while staying true to the plot.