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'''Water the Vineyard''' is a mission in [[Grand Theft Auto Online]] given to the [[Protagonist (GTA Online)|protagonist]] by [[Martin Madrazo]]. The player must have reached rank forty to unlock the mission, which can be played by one to two players.
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==Mission==
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The [[Protagonist (GTA Online)|protagonist(s)]], working for [[Martin Madrazo]], has to go to the Marlowe Valley Vineyard to take out the judge. Once the protagonist has arrived at the location, the player must fight their way through the Vineyard to reach the objective. The player then kills the judge, and then photographs the judge's body with their [[Mobile Phone|phone]]. After taking the photograph of the judge, the player must drive to Martin Madrazo's house in [[Vinewood Hills]].
  
 
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Revision as of 06:46, 25 November 2013

Mission
Water the Vineyard
Game GTA Online
For Martin Madrazo
Target Judge
Fail The player/team runs out of team lives
Reward $

Water the Vineyard is a mission in Grand Theft Auto Online given to the protagonist by Martin Madrazo. The player must have reached rank forty to unlock the mission, which can be played by one to two players.

Mission

The protagonist(s), working for Martin Madrazo, has to go to the Marlowe Valley Vineyard to take out the judge. Once the protagonist has arrived at the location, the player must fight their way through the Vineyard to reach the objective. The player then kills the judge, and then photographs the judge's body with their phone. After taking the photograph of the judge, the player must drive to Martin Madrazo's house in Vinewood Hills.

Mission prompt

Anyone who knows me will tell you I'm a firm believer in the US justice system - any system that imprisons the poor, and lets the rich go free is okay by me. Only there's one judge who doesn't understand how this country works. He's at the Marlowe Valley Vineyard. Take him out, and send a message.