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Supervillains 1.0

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Hi fellow officers!

I was watching The Dark Knight where the GCPD try to escape the Joker in the tunnels, and I thought it would be fun to see some supervillains in LCPDFR, like Niko or Johnny.

This plugin will add 3 new callouts to LCPDFR, each one staring one of the 3 main characters from the GTA4 universe. They are stronger and more dangerous than the average perps so be careful when dealing with them because they just want to watch the world burn.

Callouts probality is set on Low so it doesn't happen everytime and stay unusual alerts.

The supervillains are:

Niko Bellic

He killed people, smuggled people, sold people, and now he is in Liberty City with a rocket launcher, approach him with extreme caution

Johnny Klebitz

He is a high rank member of the Lost Brotherhood, he is not really a nice guy and he might cause trouble by rioting with his crew.

Luis Lopez

He is a bodyguard but he is also suspected to be a dangerous murderer, the FIB might require your help to catch him.

You can see ingame footage here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQCxgFqG9OI

(I use first person mod to play)

This is my first script for LCPDFR, I hope you will enjoy it, please tell me if you run across some bugs

NEW in version 1.0

Added support for LCPDFR 1.0c (the StartCallout console command should work)

There was sometimes an error with Luis Lopez's Callout

NEW in version 0.95:

You can now use the console to trigger a Callout

StartCallout SVNiko

StartCallout SVLuis

StartCallout SVJohnny


What's New in Version 1.0

Released

  • release - 1.0
  • - Now works with LCPDFR 1.0c
  • - Added security checks for Luis' Callout
  • beta release - 0.95
  • - It is now possible to force a callout with the console command: StartCallout [SVNiko/SVLuis/SVJohnny]
  • beta release - 0.9



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