Franklin says the feds want him to kill Trevor. Trevor's secrets are safe with him. Franklin doesn't like that advice but Lester really doesn't know what to do in this situation. Also option C lasts more than A and B combined, so I get your point. Id rather have a chance at all than guarantee nothing. It's cheap to give the player this morally grey dilemma, and then decide to make a canonically all-around good-in-every-way ending out of one of those choices.
I could understand the endings since one is about Franklin becoming Michael and the other is about Michael becoming even worse than Trevor brutally murdering his best friend in an excruciating manner as he takes the shot if Franklin doesn't. Eventually Franklin jumps Michael and the gun is thrown off. Equip a sniper and aim at the Ferris wheel. Otherwise you'll need to wait for him to get lower and the wheel structure will move to the left of him. Trevor thinks Franklin is Michael's peacekeeper but says he doesn't want to make peace with Michael - not right now, at least. And this may be a stupid question.
While death wish is all or nothing. Without a doubt, C is the most fulfilling ending. Ron emails Michael basically saying he doesn't like Michael for killing Trevor. Michael gets a phone call from Amanda. Drive there and go inside to speak with Lester to continue. Michael tries to kill Franklin when he's about to catch him and betrayed his old crew, but Franklin does the same to the guy who treated him like a son and without him, he would've never won that much money.
Yea i chose C as i couldnt kill those guys, and my franklin was down to go down for his homies. If I lead a small drug ring and then died in a barren wasteland,how would my cronies know when and how? Content must be related to Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. He is easily the character I've hated the most in gaming this year, maybe ever. If you like driving, Franklin and his ability are awesome. A cutscene shows him get knocked out and put in the trunk of a classic Tornado car. When most of the enemies are dead a Merryweather Buzzard flies in.
I didn't know what would happen if I picked option C, but I sure as hell knew I wasn't going to do what they told me to do. Franklin continues to deny involvement but Jimmy might know he did. There's a tight bridge ahead so Franklin won't make it. Even though I really liked the game, there are a lot of bad moments in terms of writing and characterization for all of them. If you kill Wrex in Mass Effect, you won't see him for two games, choices with real weight are awesome. Avoid the bullets however you can.
In my book, that's an excellent ending. Now Merryweather will appear on the cat walk along the south side followed by more across from Trevor. Re-education Michael, Trevor, and Franklin know it isn't completely over. Seems a bit harsh if you can't :S Seems a bit harsh if you can't :S Well, he doesn't turn a back on his mentors who don't get themselves set up repeatedly The majority of feedback is telling me that I played the game incorrectly, and that I'm an idiot for choosing anything but C. When they are all dead Michael informs Franklin. He answers it and finds Devin Weston outside - apparently in the middle of a neighborhood jog.
He ends up on the train tracks and overtakes a short moving train. Now there is one enemy left down by the pool near Devin Weston. Now drive out to the rendezvous point. I'm still very glad that I chose C though, I'd feel like an awful person if my canon choice was killing one of them. Eventually Devin wakes up and provides some conversation during the ride.
When he gets close enough Michael headbutts Franklin causing him to let go. Franklin calls Lamar to thank him for the help and to lay low while they tie up some loose ends. So I killed Michael in the end and i regret it so much. Michael rants about Trevor's craziness. A: Kill Trevor Franklin calls Trevor and says they need to talk somewhere quiet.
Honestly, I found Franklin the least interesting of the characters by far and would have gladly sacrificed him for the others. Trevor's is the only kill ending that looked good, only because Michael gave Franklin that speech and then Yeasayer played into the credits Epic Song. Find an old save and try and salvage it, yes the game gave you the choice to screw your self up but you're the one that picked it. One thing we do know though is that Franklin is alive either way. Trevor hasn't changed one bit, Michael has barely changed, Franklin has like got a new house and now he's cool with Lamarr again? Otherwise I would have probably killed Trevor. The door is slammed and you are put back in control of Franklin.
Trevor informs the others of the location in the Chiliad Mountain State Wilderness. So, I head to the internet to discuss experiences with friends. If you choose to save him Franklin pulls Michael up. When Trevor reaches some buildings a cutscene shows Michael speeding through after him. The Ferris wheel is now moving so keep that in mind.