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Ramee was originally Khaleesi White's bodyguard/driver and would frequent her meetings with Vinny Pistone, and was later picked up by Abdul AlRahim and crew when he first came to Los Santos because he wore a keffiyeh, and later went on to meet Chang Gang. He and Mr. Kebun began rolling together very often after Big D died in the old city, to the point he eventually joined the gang.
Known as the king of grinders and the one with the scarf, Ramee is also known to suffer from extreme \"sbs\" also commonly known as \"Small Brain Syndrome\" and is sometimes referred to as \"Patient Zero\". When not selling cars or doing jobs with his gang, he can often be seen driving into walls or huffing large doses of copium when he causes the car to spin-out on turns.
By June 13, the Bugatti Divo was imported into the city and ready to purchase, however Ramee was $900,000 short. After pulling strings and selling another car within an hour or two, he met with Eddie Marshall at the Tuner Shop, moved more money around from his business accounts to account for taxes, finally purchased the Divo at the price of around $17.5 million. Just like that, Ramee, the king of grinders, had his bank account reset. Ramee promised Eddie to not use the car for crime or gang wars. The next day, the Divo was officially broken in by receiving strikes and being impounded after the Warlord threw pipe bombs at police from it.
The game takes place in a gritty 1979 New York City. The story follows a street gang, the Warriors, and how they had been accused of a murder they didn't commit, and must return to their home turf in one night, though the game begins three months prior to the film's events. Due to the game containing strong violence, language, sexual themes, etc., the game was released with a \"Mature\" rating.
In this prequel segment, The Warriors' headquarters serves as a hub. From inside, you can exercise (10 ranks of physical fitness, consisting of sit-ups, press-ups, chin-ups, and heavy bag, that increase your stamina), talk to fellow gang members, play through Rumble Mode and other bonus material, walk outside to Coney Island for extra missions, or begin the next level of the story proper. The player is presented with mission objectives, such as beating up a certain number of enemy gang members or stealing a certain number of items, with more complex and creative tasks like winning a graffiti competition in Soho, stealing goods to plant on crooked cops and rival gang members, and wild chases away from baseball bat-wielding members of the Baseball Furies. Fighting takes the form of gang rumble style action with the player being assisted by other Warriors at the same time (a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 8). Combos are performed with 2-3 button chains for weak attacks, strong attacks, holds and throws. Grab attacks can be used for the playable character to perform their own unique power attack that will quickly decrease the enemy's health. The game sees the Warriors fight their way through the ranks, building a heavy rep and getting their colors out in force, until they get the invite to meeting of all of the gangs of New York City, which is where the movie (and the last few missions of the game) begins.
During The Warriors, there is a collection of levels, referred to as 'missions', which the player must progress through. Eighteen can be accessed, along with five more bonus missions, known as \"Flashbacks\", which show how the Warriors were formed, and how each member of the Warriors came to join the gang, and to unlock the arcade machine that will allow you to play Armies of the Night. The setting in the game for the Warriors is their home territory, Coney Island. However, the player can also visit other gangs' territories for missions. Completing the missions will allow the player to replay the completed levels in order to improve on score, which can earn new unlockables.
Missions and events normally begin at the Coney Island headquarters, which is also used as a launching point throughout the game (except after the meeting), and the player can also travel to Tremont, where the Warriors encounters the Orphans, a low-class gang, and also Riverside Park, which is run by the Baseball Furies, a well-respected gang. The main players travel from one turf to another, to let the public radio station know there is a new gang in town. This sometimes results in Warriors brawling with the rival gangs. At the Warriors' hangout, there is a pinball machine called \"Rumble Mode\", which is the 'multiplayer'-type game mode of the game. In this mode, you can play as any character or gang in the game and create your own brawling matches. Upon completing missions, you unlock more and more characters to play as, arenas to fight in, and different game modes. Like Armies of the Night, this game mode is not canon to the story (unless you set up a match that meets the criteria for it to be potentially canon).
The game follows the plot of the film The Warriors, focusing on a Coney Island street gang - the Warriors. Led by Cleon, 90 days prior, the Warriors increased their reputation by confronting a small-time gang the Orphans, getting rid of their enemies the Destroyers, spraying on trains, and made alliances with the Saracens by setting up their rivals the Jones Street Boys, along with a group of corrupt police officers of the NYPD. Meanwhile, the Gramercy Riffs leader Cyrus plans a meeting to unite the gangs as one.
Attempting to run down the Warriors, the Turnbull AC's fail, as they escape to the subway to board the train. During the travel to Coney Island, the train is stopped by a fire on the tracks and the gang is forced to continue on foot, where they come across the Orphans - an insecure, low-ranking gang who hold a grudge against the Warriors for trashing Sully's car after lying on the radio about beating up the Warriors. Swan makes peace with Sully, who agrees to let them walk through their territory peacefully, but mocked by his girlfriend, Mercy. Encountering the Orphans again after a counter with the police, the Warriors distract the Orphans by using a Molotov cocktail, blowing a car up in the process. Mercy follows the Warriors to escape her boring, dull life with the Orphans in Tremont.
Upon arriving back into the 96th Street Station, Swan meets up with Mercy. During their arrival in Union Square, already aware they are being stalked by the Punks, the pair reunite with the other Warriors, and defeat the Punks. Later, the Riffs receive a visit from an unknown gang member, who attended the meeting and witnessed Luther firing the gun.
During development of The Warriors video game before being release, there were many ideas that were scrapped during development or time constraints (also see video links below). Starting with outfit changing, various gangs were undergoing different changes with their outfits. These included the Destroyers who would have red and yellow sleeves rather than navy-blue or dark-blue sleeves, Moon Runners Lieutenant's having the default outfits, and even Lizzies.
Recently, The Bollard Twins gang started wreaking havoc in the town. Robbing shopkeepers, attacking residents, going through town in wild posses, and selling stolen cattle, the gang fully enjoys the lawlessness of this port. The members can be seen loitering at the saloon while socializing with other outlaws. They protect each other and will assist one of their own in a fight if provoked.
Thieves' Landing is populated by members of the Del Lobo gang. The only available service in Thieves' Landing is a fence, where players can buy and sell a variety of ill-gotten goods. Shaky is also present in Thieves' Landing, allowing players to begin free roam missions on his position.
The Del Lobo gang continues to operate in the area. Sixteen of the gang's members can be found here. Gang members will let the player go through the main road and ask that there be no visitors. If the player is hostile or loiters around longer, the gang members will begin to shoot the player. 59ce067264