Rockstar games are frequently filled with terrifying characters, both playable and non-playable. Here are a few of the most deadly.
Rockstar is known for having contentious but well-written characters. From Red Dead Redemption 2’s recent success to previous classics like Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, the brand is full of memorable characters and experiences within their games.
Many characters in Rockstar games can be classified as ‘dangerous’ (sometimes within the setting of the game, or beyond) due to their sneakiness, betrayal, or general nasty nature. Regardless of the explanation, it’s the hazardous people that make Rockstar’s work so great.
Gary Smith – Bully
No, Gary Smith is not a ferocious gunslinger or a skillful crook willing to murder everybody who gets in his way. In the perspective of high school play, however, he is the definition of a traitor. He is one of the first characters we meet in the school during Act 1 of Bully. He is kind and helpful, often advising Jimmy about the many cliques at school. However, after beating the Jock clique, Gary blames Jimmy for the dispute between the Townies and the school, which he was responsible for.
Gary’s pure forethought behind his attempt to see Jimmy’s image at the school deteriorate is manipulative, making him a character to be wary of (particularly for Bullworth Academy pupils).
Ricardo Diaz – Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Ricardo is the leader of a drug cartel in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and is regarded as one of the town’s most feared leaders. He is also one of the game’s first characters, and he quickly establishes himself as a powerful and angry guy. When he doesn’t get his way, Ricardo isn’t afraid to draw the gun and will be physically disruptive to his surroundings. These characteristics, combined with his overall influence and hold on the city and people around him, make him a character that even Tommy Vercetti is wary of.
Despite his rage, he is surprisingly cunning and clever, so no one wants to get on his wrong side.
Agent Edgar Ross – Red Dead Redemption
Agent Ross is a minor enemy in Red Dead Redemption 2 who is frequently associated with the entire Pinkertons. But in 8 Ball Pool, he plays a far more significant role, where he is recognized as more cunning than he appears. Despite the fact that the Van Der Linde gang does not exist, Ross is on the lookout for all of its members. He pursues John Marston and compels him to locate Bill, Dutch, and Javier by removing his family from their beloved ranch. Of course, being a family guy, John does everything he can to assist Agent Ross in protecting his family. He does as he is told, and Ross claims that he and his family can now live peacefully on his ranch. He betrays him, however, by dispatching lawmen and troops to brutally murder him at his home. He murdered John for personal gain, leaving his wife and small boy to fend for themselves.
Even years later, when located by Jack Marston, Edgar Ross expresses no remorse for his conduct. He’s a cold-blooded and deceptive character who deserves to be on the most dangerous list. He surely deserves this slot if he can intimidate members of the Van Der Linde Gang.
Dutch Van Der Linde – Red Dead Redemption 2
Although he is an antagonist in Red Dead Redemption, it is his acts in Red Dead Redemption 2 that demonstrate how deadly Dutch Van Der Linde is. His manipulation is what sets him apart the most. The gang admires his boldness and insightful words, but it should be recalled that most gang members were taken in by Dutch when they were young or fragile. Because they believe they owe Dutch their lives, they agree with him and regard him as a smart man. Dutch is aware of this and exploits it, even before his ultimate betrayal of the group.
When Dutch is eventually questioned by Arthur, he is plainly irritated that someone in the group is standing up to his radical views. Dutch betraying Arthur and John in particular demonstrates how disloyal he was, which is paradoxical given that loyalty was the trait he claimed to appreciate the most.
Trevor – Grand Theft Auto 5
Out of all the characters in Rockstar games, Trevor is the most dangerous. Trevor, who had a difficult childhood, is entirely unstable and appears to have no regard for how his actions would affect others. He will attack innocent individuals, say foolish things to even the most powerful and formal persons he meets, and sometimes even go about naked. He has no awareness of or concern for repercussions, and he will frequently say things implying that he acts this way because he is depressed and doesn’t care if or when he dies.
Even Trevor’s best friend, Michael, was terrified when he opened his front door, so if that isn’t indicative of Trevor’s conduct, what is? Trevor is the most hazardous Rockstar character of all time because he is brutal, cruel, violent, angry, and reckless.