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Rockstar North 's open world action-adventure video game Grand Theft Auto V , published by Rockstar Games , deals with a trio of criminals and their efforts to commit heists while under pressure from a corrupt government agency. The game's use of three protagonists is a break from series tradition.
The game's characters were created by writers Dan Houser and Rupert Humphries. The use of multiple protagonists, as well as the cast in general, has received generally positive reviews from gaming magazines and websites. The three main playable characters in Grand Theft Auto V are Michael De Santa , a retired former bank robber who lives with his dysfunctional family on the proceeds of his former life; Franklin Clinton , a gang member who makes a living as a repo man for an unscrupulous Armenian car dealership ; and Trevor Philips , Michael's former partner in crime, who lives alone in a trailer in the desert, where his reckless and psychotic behaviours are fuelled by drug addiction.
The three acquaintances are drawn into Los Santos' criminal underworld "in the pursuit of the almighty American dollar". Michael represents a protagonist who "won" in life, and is now trying to adjust to a normal one after his story has come to an end; Trevor is a supporting character recast as a central protagonist; and Franklin is someone who has had no real exposure to a life of crime until the events of the game, and his attempts to avoid such a life end up thrusting him into the middle of it.
Grand Theft Auto V was envisioned to exceed the core mechanics of the Grand Theft Auto series by giving players three protagonists to switch between. The team's main motivation for including three protagonists was for Grand Theft Auto V to innovate game storytelling and to prevent the series from feeling stale by not evolving the core structure of the gameplay. San Andreas , but the team felt they did not have the technical capabilities to realise it.
The three interwoven stories had a positive critical reception and confirmed the team's confidence that building Grand Theft Auto V around this model was an innovative decision.
A single-player story revolving around three protagonists was one of Grand Theft Auto V ' s earliest design objectives. Garbut said such a radical change to the gameplay's core structure was a risk, recalling the team's concern that a departure from Grand Theft Auto ' s traditional, single lead character set-up "might backfire". Later, the idea that story trajectories would meet throughout the game was developed from the stories of Grand Theft Auto IV.
The central theme to the story of Grand Theft Auto V is the "pursuit of the almighty dollar". The team's decided to focus on money as the game's central theme in response to the —08 financial crisis ; the effects of the crisis on the main characters are the catalyst for them to conduct heist missions.
He said, "We wanted to have a couple of really strong bank robberies It felt like that was a good device that we'd never used in the past. Repeating ourselves is a fear when we're doing games where part of the evolution is just technological". The team drew upon game protagonist archetypes during the scripting the characters.
Michael was considered to embody greed, Franklin ambition and Trevor insanity. Houser said the team characterised Michael and Trevor as juxtapositions of each other. He said, "Michael is like the criminal who wants to compartmentalise and be a good guy some of the time and Trevor is the maniac who isn't a hypocrite". During the initial audition process, Ogg noticed an on-set chemistry between him and Luke, which he felt helped secure them the roles. The actors began working on the game in Their dialogue was scripted so that it did not allow the actors to ad-lib ; however they sometimes made small changes to the performance with approval from the directors.
Ned Luke played Michael, providing voice acting and motion capture. Michael is aged in his 40s and is married to Amanda and father of Jimmy and Tracey. Each of the protagonists have special abilities that can be used during gameplay; Michael's ability is to enter bullet time in combat. In the game's prologue, Michael takes part in a botched robbery in Ludendorff, North Yankton, in that forces one of his accomplices, Trevor Philips , into hiding; the robbery seemingly leads to his death.
Nine years later, now in Trevor discovers that Michael's death was faked and that he is living in Los Santos under witness protection with his family. Throughout the game, Michael and Trevor commit a series of heists with the help of Franklin Clinton. However, Trevor later discovers that Michael set up the Ludendorff heist, which killed one of his friends.
Despite not forgiving Michael, Trevor later aids his escape from a Mexican standoff. After completing their most daring feat ever raiding the Union Depository's gold bullion reserve , Trevor considers forgiving Michael. Later, Franklin is approached by two parties demanding that he kill Trevor or Michael. Should he choose the latter, Franklin chases Michael to a secluded spot, before pushing him to his death off a water tower. When Luke's agent advised him of the casting call for Grand Theft Auto V , he initially did not want to audition for the part because it was in a video game.
After reading the audition material and learning more about the project, Luke became interested in auditioning. He said, "I went immediately after reading the material from 'I'm not doing it' to 'nobody else is doing it. Shawn "Solo" Fonteno played Franklin, providing voice acting and motion capture. Part of the Chamberlain Gangster Families set of the Families gang, Franklin is a former gang banger who has ambitions to make big money, and realising he will not get that in the gang life, he works a semi-legitimate job as a repossession agent for Simeon Yetarian , who owns a luxury car dealership, alongside his best friend Lamar Davis.
When Simeon orders Franklin to repossess the vehicle of Jimmy De Santa , Jimmy's father Michael holds a gun to Franklin's head and orders him to smash the window of the dealership, which in turn leads to Franklin's firing. Impressed by Michael's professional criminality, Franklin seeks him out for possible work. Should Franklin kill either Trevor or Michael, he ceases contact with the survivor and returns to his old life. He drew upon his earlier involvement with a gang and trafficking drugs in his portrayal of Franklin.
He's been surrounded by drugs, the crime, living with his aunt—I lived with my grandmother—so there was a lot of familiarity", Fonteno said. Steven Ogg played Trevor, providing voice acting and motion capture. Trevor is Canadian-American, born just north of the border and raised in the United States. He grew up with a physically abusive father and an emotionally abusive mother. In the game's prologue, Trevor takes part in a botched robbery in Ludendorff, North Yankton, that forces him into hiding, while his accomplices Michael De Santa is presumed dead and Brad Snider sent to jail.
Nine years later, Trevor discovers that Michael faked his death,  and the two commit a series of heists with the help of Franklin Clinton.
However, Trevor soon discovers that Michael set up the Ludendorff heist, and that Brad is not in jail, but buried in Michael's fake grave.
After completing this heist, Franklin is approached by two parties demanding that he kill Trevor or Michael. Should he choose the former, Franklin takes down Trevor with the help of Michael, killing him by setting him alight. Ogg felt Trevor's characterisation evolved over time. He said, "Nuances and character traits that began to appear—his walk, his manner of speech, his reactions, definitely informed his development throughout the game". Lester Crest is a business partner of Michael and Trevor.
He is portrayed by Jay Klaitz. Following this, Lester kept knowledge on the two, knowing both of their locations. When Michael realises that he needs more money, he contacts Lester,   who helps him on most of the following heists in the game. Several of these businesspeople include Jay Norris, the founder of social media company Lifeinvader, Brett Lowrey, the head of Bilkington Research Corporation, Jackson Skinner, the director of product development of phone company Facade, and Enzo Bonelli, a corrupt real estate construction developer and former mafia boss leader.
Lamar Davis is Franklin 's best friend. He is played by Slink Johnson. However, Lamar has opposing ideals with Franklin; while the former appears to be more concentrated on the gang, the latter is more focused on earning serious money-making opportunities.
Lamar devises several schemes to make quick money, but he often displays a lack of planning. When kidnapping a member of a rival gang, he allows his face to be shown and uses his own phone to call his co-kidnappers with the money the rival gang member is associated with the police, making it easier to track him.
Lamar is in awe of Stretch, a gang member he admires, but remains unaware of Stretch's plans to kill him, as he secretly switched to a rival gang while in prison. Lamar wishes to start a new set called the Forum Gangster Families with Franklin,  but it is unknown if he ever asks Stretch for permission, or if his request led to Stretch wanting to kill him.
His lack of forethought, habit of blindly walking into obvious traps and his constant need to be saved by Franklin are all treated as one running gag throughout the game. Lamar's run-ins with Stretch leads to a major rift with Franklin, who is disturbed at Lamar's admiration for Stretch. At the end of the game, should Franklin choose to kill either Michael or Trevor , Lamar contacts Franklin and tells him that Franklin was right about Stretch and decides to cease contact with him.
Should Franklin kill neither, Lamar aids the trio in repelling an assault on them by the FIB and Merryweather before they go on to kill their enemies, including Stretch. He is portrayed by Julian Gamble. After the heist, Dave "shoots" Michael and kills Brad Snider during their escape, but he fails to shoot Trevor Philips , as was the original plan;  Brad dies and is buried in Michael's grave, while Michael survives as Dave intentionally missed him. Dave then enjoys the fame of being the man who killed one of the most wanted men in the country, but the glory decreases after a few years, with his career remaining stagnant.
He arrives at Michael's mansion after Michael and his protege, Franklin Clinton , robbed a jewel store, warning the former that this act will attract Trevor,  who Dave has been sending emails to in the disguise of Brad to keep tabs on him. Haines discovers Dave's deal with Michael, forcing Michael, Trevor and Franklin to work for him and Dave, and the trio do several jobs for them, with most of the jobs are against the IAA.
Haines wants to get rid of Michael so he'll be able to get out clean of the suspicions against him, leading Dave to briefly turn against Haines during a massive shootout between the FIB, the IAA, and Merryweather, during which Dave gets help from both Michael and Trevor. Dave tries to calm down Haines, who agrees to spare Michael, but wants Trevor dead. Although Trevor suggests that Dave be killed as well, Michael insists that he be spared in order to prevent the FIB from going after them any further.
He admits to Trevor that he was posing as Brad, and tells him the FIB will leave him alone if he stays out of trouble. Although on opposite sides of the law, Michael and Dave are good friends. Dave freely admits that he is corrupt, but is quick to point out that he is less corrupt than many others. Ronald "Nervous Ron" Jakowski is a friend of Trevor , and a fellow redneck. He is played by David Mogentale. He is a paranoiac conspiracy theorist, and is often quite terrified of Trevor,  always calling him "boss" and apologizing to him when he does anything slightly wrong.
Ron also hosts a radio show on Blaine County Radio, where he reveals that he used to be married and lived a normal life, but one day he met Trevor, whose anarchic worldview changed Ron's perspective on everything he once knew.
He left his wife behind, but now owes her much in alimony. Mogentale was cast as the character of Ron after the first audition. As Grand Theft Auto V was his first project in both voice acting and motion capture, Mogentale committed to going "all out" when portraying Ron. He has also expressed his feeling of nervousness when performing the character, due to his lack of motion capture experience and the limited time for rehearsal; a few days prior to shooting a scene, the required actors were given the script for that specific scene only.
Wade Hebert is a friend of Trevor. Matthew Maher portrayed Wade. Wade met Trevor when he and his friends bought drugs off him; it is hinted that Trevor then killed Wade's friends when Wade was not looking, and 'takes care' of Wade ever since.
Like Ron , he is quite nervous around, and loyal to Trevor. Solomon Richards is Michael 's favourite film producer. He is portrayed by Joel Rooks. Michael does some work for Richards, namely intimidate director Anton Beaudelaire into starting the shooting of the movie, and actor Milton McIlroy into apologizing to Richards, and taking out Rocco Pelosi, his agent,   before being listed as Associate Producer on his latest film, Meltdown.