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  • Affably Evil: He's surprisingly composed and calm at all times.
  • A Man of Wealth and Taste: Always wears a fancy suit to business meetings.
  • Expy: A well-composed, well-dressed crime lord with a deep hatred of the Catrel after they murdered someone he loved? Sounds like Gustavo Fring, from Breaking Bad.
  • That Man Is Dead: He calmly informs Hector that Tomas Bolivar is gone, and that his secret will die with Hector.

Ray HillEdit

  • The Dragon: To Mastermind.
  • Expy: The top enforcer of a Gustavo Fring expy criminal leader, who also plays a father figure role to a Jesse Pinkman expy. Sounds a bit like Mike Ehrmantraut, don't you think?


  • Australian Accent: Bloody Wanker Vegemite Bloke.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: In the first season, he's largely quiet, and tends to speak in shorter sentences. In the second season onward, he's a dangerous, vicious, boisterous bruiser, who speaks with a more obvious Australian accent.
  • Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk: Briefly mourns Sergei's death during the Africa Heist, only to promptly return to his usual boisterous self and completely forget about him.

Omnia VenenaEdit


Lloyd KumarEdit

  • Affably Evil: He's calm, relaxed, and surprisingly cool, but he's still the dangerous leader of a criminal organization.
  • Chess Motifs: Lloyd's and Muneca's chess game after the New York Alliance Civil War is symbolic of their manipulation strategies. Muneca tends to make more bold and direct moves, overtly pressuring the game board to fit what she wants. Lloyd's moves are minimalistic and defensive, trying to get the opponent to do what he wants without revealing any of his actual plans. Tellingly, the chain that leads to Lloyd losing starts with him making a move similar to Muneca's strategies.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Lampshaded by Lloyd before he enacts Order 66.
  • Knife Nut: Carries no less than a dozen on him at all times, and he can use them effectively.
  • Manipulative Bastard: One of his defining traits. He orchestrated most, if not all of, the events of the first three seasons, and had a major role in manipulating the events surrounding the end of Season 4.

Patton TraskEdit

  • Cold Sniper: When he's on the job.
    • Friendly Sniper: He's notably more charming and fun to be around when he's not working.
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: He has a noted enjoyment of black comedy, and he tends to use it during missions.
  • Sniper Duel: Gets into one with Omni Key near the end of the Fall of the Miami Triangle arc.
  • Troll: His motive for shooting Omni and Declan's jeep during the heist was to piss them off.

Francis SmithEdit

Anastas InnokentiEdit

Yrian AbandonatoEdit

Ollie LindonEdit

The WolvesEdit


  • Animal Motifs: Guess which animal.
  • Cult: They have an intense loyalty to their leader, and are convinced that their actions stop the evils of other criminals and gangs.
  • Path Of Inspiration: Alpha uses the cult's ideals to his advantage.
  • Sure, Why Not?: The gang wasn't originally designed as a cult, but the gang's creator eventually just rolled with it after enough people asked if the Wolves were a cult.

Alpha WolfEdit

Le RenardEdit

La CoyoteEdit

Le HoundEdit

Jefferson TalaEdit