Niko parted ways with Hossan and the Platypus crew there, partly to reunite with his cousin, and partly to track down Florian Cravic, who had moved to Liberty City after the war. Niko also exhibits dislike for American conservative politicians, whom he considers to be hypocrites. Two Italians - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He usually sports a stern, emotionless look. Niko Bellic The Protagonist Of Grand Theft Auto 4 Has Died On Saturday Night Chasing The Russian Mob With His Friend The Head Of The Jamaican Mafia Little Jacob Trying To Rescue Their Friend When He Got A Call From His Cousin Roman While Trying To Answer Niko Lost Control Of The Vehicle Causing Him To Crash Into Burger Shot Restaurant Before That He Heard Little Jacob Say Ayh Niko … Perseus Manager - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, optional. He is also mentioned by Lester Crest and Patrick McReary in Grand Theft Auto V. The player can choose Niko Bellic as their parent model in Grand Theft Auto Online. locate Darko Brevic in Romania and smuggle him into Liberty City. This would hint that he'd continued his life as a career criminal for a few more years before leaving it, especially if he was able to gain such notoriety as recently as of 2013. Mitch - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Niko is a quite tall Caucasian male in his thirties. - Recent immigrant to Liberty City from Eastern Europe. Main Article: Murders Committed by Niko Bellic, Linked to Russian and West Indian Criminals in Broker. If Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend is played after Pest Control, Niko tells Packie that he intends to go after Ray Bulgarin, although Ray would be killed by Luis Lopez. Niko goes to drink it, but changes his mind and puts the glass on a table. Without the player's control, Niko will never hit female pedestrians. Several characters throughout the story call Niko "big guy" or "big man", which likely means that he is of tall stature and/or heavy build. The Blackmailer - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Benny - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Niko is reluctant to do so, because of the bitterness between himself and Rascalov. Niko grew up in the harsh environment of the Yugoslav Wars, and was a teenage soldier of presumably the Serb-controlled Yugoslav People's Army or its many aligned Serbian paramilitary forces and militias fighting against the government forces of the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Bosnian Croat Croatian Defence Council. Brett - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, optional). At one point, Florian, speaking in his native Serbo-Croatian, pronounces the name correctly; "Bellic" may simply be an Anglicised version of "Belic". Male Niko concluded that either Florian or Darko had sold the group out, and he vowed to uncover and kill the culprit, not only to gain revenge, but also to hopefully 'close the book' on the incident, and move on with his life. Mallorie Bardas, Roman's girlfriend, introduce him to two contacts, Manny Escuela and Elizabeta Torres. Twenty Two - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Enraged at the fact his unit were betrayed for such a paltry sum, Niko holds Brevic at gunpoint. Copy the vanilla update.rpf (GTAV/update/) to your update folder inside of mods (GTAV/Mods/Update/) 3. Roman had been boasting of great success in Liberty City, but in truth, his assets amounted to a small, gritty taxi depot and a derelict apartment, and he was saddled with heavy debts due to his gambling habit. Anthony - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). CHARACTER Lyle Rivas - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Modupe - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, optional). Isaac's Girlfriend - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, optional). Playboy X - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, option one). He has facial hair that resembles a "scruffy" looking 5 o'clock shadow, which fits his 'thug' appearance very well. Mr. Fuk's Rice Box manager - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, optional). Roman's Kidnapper - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Four Russians(Boat Chase) - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). If Niko chooses to seek Revenge on Dimitri, Niko's possible love interest, Kate is killed though he is still able to have a date such as Alexandra Chilton, Carmen Ortiz or Kiki Jenkins and keep in contact with his cousin and friends. Nationality Kalem - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, optional). Milica Bellic (Mother)Roman Bellic (Cousin)Mallorie Bardas (Cousin-in-law)Unnamed first cousin once removedUnnamed brotherUnnamed auntUnnamed fatherUnnamed uncle If the player chooses to do the deal with Rascalov, he will betray Niko again and send a hitman to assassinate Niko at his cousin's wedding. The surname "Bellic" is likely derived from Russian rather than Serbian, which is incorrect. In Off Route, after Johnny steals a prison bus, he sometimes says, \"Mom always told me I'd be a bus driver.\" He has an older brother, Michael Klebitz, who used to be friends with Billy Grey when Johnny was 10. If you take revenge then Kate will die.Please Subscibe to my main account!! Either the Revenge ending was the canonical ending of GTA IV, or this was simply an easter egg. Frank Garone - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). There is a scene where Niko does drink a glass of vodka (on the rocks) in the mission One Last Thing, while talking to Jimmy Pegorino, but this is understandable considering what he had just been through. He most likely got the scar during the war, however, this has not been confirmed. People consider him to be "above average" build despite his slender appearance. Eight LCPD - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Niko Bellic is the playable protagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV. He most likely got the scar during the war, but this is just implied. Niko Bellic (Serbian: Нико Белић, Niko Belić) is the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV and a supporting character in The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony. Unknown Albanian Man - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, was being beaten by Frank). You can see Niko's Life Invader page by looking at Jimmy 's computer screen when he is browsing the internet in GTA5. Jonathan Klebitz was born in 1974 in Acter, Alderney to a Jewish family. A wanted poster for Niko can be seen on the porch of a house just west of Sandy Shores. After killing Vladimir Glebov, Niko is spared by Mikhail Faustin, although Dimitri Rascalov wanted him and Roman killed. Niko beat them to death in the defense of Roman Bellic. In a conversation with Kate McReary, Niko says that he found out his aunt (Roman's mother) was raped and murdered, some time after Roman's departure to the United States. After meeting a troubled young girl, Marnie Allen, he even gives her some of his own money multiple times to help her out. Niko is mentioned in passing during GTA 5 gameplay. Dardan Petrela - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Danny Hatmaker - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Six Spanish Lords - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, optional). When talking to Kate McReary, Niko says that he found Romans mother raped an… Six Italians - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Several of his friends, most notably Roman, urge him to find a new reason to live, and there are many morality choices for Niko to emphasize his trait. Forty Five Russians (On Top) - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Three Jamaicans - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Niko was born to Milica Bellic and Mr. Bellic, in 1978 inside a village in Eastern Europe. Niko claims that his mother looked after him and Roman and that his mother saved up loads of money in order to send Roman to the United States of America and she also wanted to send Niko but he stayed to fight in the war. Sergi Szerbin - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Niko survives and eventually kills the assassin, though his cousin Roman is killed during the shootout. Whether Niko kills Brevic or not depends on the player's actions. Unfortunately, such a split attitude leads to hypocrisy — Niko, for example, appears to genuinely sympathize with the McRearys' grief over the demise of one of their brothers (either Derrick McReary or Francis McReary), despite having secretly committed that murder himself. Niko spent seven months on the cargo ship Platypus, which eventually smuggled Niko into Liberty City. Unnamed Pilot - Shot down with an RPG by Little Jacob. He later worked for organized crime syndicates as a hired-gun in Liberty City. Also known as Niko and some goons (possibly in reference to either of the missions Three Leaf Clover or To Live and Die in Alderney). Jose Trunchez - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). If Niko chooses to do the deal with Dimitri, Niko likely gives up his life of crime and stays close to his friends as they are there for him. Bellic EnterprisesCar theftContract killing (Formerly)Brucie's Executive Lifestyle Autos During his encounters with Low, Niko's eyebrows are raised and his mouth is open in disbelief. Lino Friddell - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). The blame for her death had been pinned on Jimmy Pegorino, one of Niko's bosses, but after killing the bastard in cold blood, the barren hole left behind by Kate's impermanent absne. After his confrontation with Brevic, Niko meets Jimmy Pegorino again. Sara's Ex-Husband - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice, optional). List of Deaths Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Charlie - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Niko Bellic (Нико Белић) is the main protagonist in the 2008 video game Grand Theft Auto IV. Eleven Italians (Rooftops) - Killed by Niko (Player’s choice). Niko Bellic (Cyrillic: Нико Беллић) is the main protagonist and playable character in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV.He is a 30-year-old former soldier who moved to Liberty City to escape his troubled past and pursue the "American Dream".Niko was persuaded to move by his cousin Roman, who claimed to be living a life of luxury, with beautiful women, sports cars and lots of money.

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