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Talk:Roman Bellic

56 bytes added, 19:08, 22 July 2010
:That's complete and utter bullshit. And please sign your posts. --[[User:MOB-4-Life|MOB-4-Life]] 21:27, May 18, 2010 (UTC)
:Personally, I think the Revenge plot line is completely the logically choice. Niko's been screwed over not just once, but several times throughout the plot line by Dimitri. My first time playing through, I immediately went Revenge on this basis: it's not really revenge, it's self-preservation. You know Dimitri is gonna try something, so why work with him? I find the real problem with IV is the fact that towards the end of the game, you're worth usually around $800,000? Unless you go out of your way to constantly make money with no regard to story line. So even at $800,000 Niko still thinks he "needs the money." As the player, I looked at the $800,000 and said "You don't need the money, do the RIGHT thing, get rid of Dimitri and worry about money later." That's my rationale./ [[User:Szebrine|Szebrine]] 19:08, July 22, 2010 (UTC)
It says in Niko Bellic's War Story that it's not known if roman served in the army or not I think NOT because roman is such a Pussy because 1.He runs away from the Albanians in the mission when you get a mobile phone 2.He doesn't defend himself when Dardan's gang attacks him and breaks his computer. 3.He does nothing about Vlad banging Mallorie behind his back 4.He hids in a dumpster in [[Crime and Punishment]] and also screams when tied up in the basement of Mikhails house 5..He gets trapped in the trunk of his car in [[Roman's Sorrow]] and cries when his home gets burned down and 6.He shits himself when he gets kidnapped in [[Roman's Holiday]] Do I need to go on overall I think that he is not cut out for an army career so I think he was a civilian in the bosnian war. while Niko served in the army with the rest of the boys in the village.[[User:Andrew nicholson|Andrew nicholson]] 18:32, July 22, 2010 (UTC)
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