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This is a list of characters which appear in Saints Row.
In Saints Row, the player takes control of an unnamed male protagonist whose face, body, hair and clothes can be fully customized. The Protagonist works as an enforcer for the 3rd Street Saints, and is a loyal member of the gang who follows orders without question. In fact, in the entire game, The Protagonist speaks merely four lines, each occuring during or after the final mission of each story arc. During cut-scenes, he is always seen armed with only a VICE9 pistol, while all around him are seen with K6 Krukov's and other heavy weaponry.
The Protagonist is saved by 3rd Street Saints' kingpin Julius Little and member Troy after getting caught up in the middle of a gang war between three rival gangs. Julius invites The Protagonist back to the church for a Saints' meeting, where The Protagonist is hazed into the gang. After killing Vice Kings members hanging out around the Mission Beach Church and assaulting a major turf war in Harrowgate, The Protagonist is offered full work in the gang, and is tasked with helping key lieutenants of the gang bring down three rival gangs across the city. Throughout the storyline, The Protagonist gains the trust of his fellow Saints, particularly Johnny and Dex.
Once the Saints have successfully brought down the three rival gangs across Stilwater, Julius is captured by Chief Monroe of the Stilwater Police Department, and thrown into jail. Monroe offers to trade Julius' life for that of Marshall Winslow, Stilwater's mayor. After The Protagonist successfully hijacks Winslow's campaign bus and destroys it with a freight train, he, Johnny and Dex attack Winslow's funeral precession, which Monroe attended, and kill him. The Protagonist is asked by mayoral candidate Richard Hughes to attend his private party aboard a yacht. After Hughes thanks The Protagonist for taking out his competition, the yacht abruptly explodes.
3rd Street SaintsEdit
The 3rd Street Saints begin as a minor element in Stilwater's current war for territory amongst its major gang factions: the Vice Kings, the Westside Rollerz and Los Carnales. Over the course of gameplay, the Saints become the most powerful organized gang in the city, possibly due to the influence of powerful political figures. At some point in the game, the Saints' gang clothing changes to the similar clothing of the other gangs, but they keep their gang color.
Julius 'Jules' Little is the leader of the 3rd Street Saints. He is an African-American, most likely in his mid-forties. Julius recruits the game's protagonist during an altercation in Saints Row involving all three of Stilwater's prominent gang figures. During the course of events, it is revealed that Julius actually grew up in the ghettos of Sunnyvale Gardens and is a childhood friend of music industry mogul, crime lord, and Vice Kings' leader, Benjamin King.[reference?] At first, it appears that Julius forms the Saints as a deterrent to the other factions, but the Saints quickly go on the offense in a bid to eliminate the other rival gangs.
Troy is Julius's second-in-command. Troy always seems to make critical information conveniently available to the Saints whenever it is time for The Protagonist to make a move against a rival gang. He strongly opposes any plan that involves killing policemen.[reference?] Troy repeatedly tries to convince the Saints not to go into the drug trade in the hope that he can prevent more narcotics making their way into the city.[reference?]
Johnny Gat is a brash, hot-headed Saints lieutenant of Chinese-American heritage. After the reclamation of Saints Row, Gat takes on the responsibility of dealing with the Vice Kings after Troy declines the assignment[reference?]. Johnny also has a torrid, on again/off again relationship with local R&B diva, Aisha[reference?]. Gat's strategies typically involve massive amounts of bloodshed and extensive property damage. Johnny is quite reckless and it often falls to Dex to rein in his psychopathy. During a failed assassination attempt on Tanya Winters undertaken with The Protagonist, he suffers a shotgun wound in the leg at close range by Anthony Green, abducted, and is given a leg brace after his rescue.[reference?]
Dexter "Dex" Jackson is of African (or possibly Afro-Hispanic) heritage and appears to be the voice of reason amongst Little's lieutenants. Dex is a superb tactician, but talks amongst the generic Saints gang members that wander the streets seems to indicate that few Saints believe that Dex deserves his post and there is concern that Dex may eventually "pull some Warren Williams bullshit" and challenge Little for control of the gang. Talk amongst the generic Saints gang members also indicates that Dex has a fondness for prostitutes. Dex is unquestionably the brains of the Saints organization as his credits include framing of the Vice Kings in an effort to draw public attention to the VK's[reference?], as well as drafting the plans that lead to the assassinations of Los Carnales jefe, Hector Lopez[reference?], and Chief Monroe[reference?]. Dex is very sensitive about incorrect grammar when saying "The Los Carnales"[reference?].
Lin is of Chinese-American heritage, is the sole female lieutenant in the Saints, and is teased as The Protagonist's potential love interest.. She and Johnny Gat are always seen as constantly disagreeing with each other, for example the way he tips her to not throw her shoulder so much when she punches[reference?]. She is the self-titled "best racer to ever come out of Chinatown"[reference?] and her pride and joy is her customized Voxel. Julius Little assigns Lin the task of infiltrating the Westside Rollerz organization in an effort to gain more insight on how the Rollerz operate. Lin's information leads to the sabotage of one of the Rollerz's illegal street races, but Lin eventually gets impatient and decides to move up her timetable. She devises a plan where she stages a rescue of the Rollerz chief mechanic, Donnie, and eventually gets to meet the true power behind the Rollerz: Joseph Price and his uncle, William Sharp. Unfortunately for Lin, William Sharp eventually deduces her status as a mole. Sharp captures Lin and uses her as bait in a trap for The Protagonist. Lin slowly dies as she bleeds out from a gunshot wound inflicted by Sharp while locked in the trunk of her Voxel along with The Protagonist. After Lin dies, The Protagonist can call Eye For An Eye to unlock Zombie Lin as a homie. In Saints Row 2, she is mentioned by some Civilians, who claim to have seen her, while Zombie Lin is referenced on an in-game radio commercial as a "zombie women dressed as a Westside Roller", and in the downloadable content "Ultor Exposed" by The Protagonist. She is the only Saint that doesn't wear anything purple during the entire game, although her artwork shows her with a different hair style and the same tracksuit trousers in purple instead of blue.
The Vice Kings began as an organization formed by Benjamin King in the Sunnyvale Gardens neighborhood of the Projects District, to counterbalance the might of Los Carnales. In present-day Stilwater, the VK's serve as little more than the private security force that serves to safeguard King's personal dynasty. The gang is loosely based on the Chicago-based gangs the Vice Lords and Latin Kings.
The VK's came into conflict with the 3rd Street Saints when Tanya Winters resorts to abduction in order to get new "talent" for her Prawn Court brothel and the VK's have the misfortune of unknowingly kidnapping the sister of R&B diva, Aisha. The subsequent retaliation from Gat and The Protagonist provides the flashpoint for open warfare between the VK's and the Saints. Internal tension within the VK organization itself comes to a head when VK lieutenants, Warren Williams and Tanya Winters, stage a coup and force King to flee for his life. Upon learning of his old friend's plight, Julius sends The Protagonist to rescue King during a firefight in the Museum district. Julius subsequently blackmails King into helping the Saints dismantle the VKs. The VK saga concludes with the dramatic deaths of Williams and Winters: King himself deals with Tanya.
Benjamin King is the heart and soul of the Vice Kings[reference?], the VK's are named after King. King formed the VK's in order to protect the Projects District from Los Carnales[reference?]. King is a childhood friend of Julius Little and remarks that Julius is following in King's path, even to the point of recycling King's old rally speeches[reference?]. Benjamin King formed a financial empire with Kingdom Come Records serving as the crown jewel. Personally, Benjamin King has no qualms about doing his own dirty work but in his pursuit of legitimacy, King now prefers to exercise his power and influence with Stilwater's political machine to achieve his goals and maintain his status.[reference?]
Though he is offered a position in the Saints, King instead bequeathes his penthouse to The Protagonist and leaves town. During a closing cutscene, Benjamin King is seen briefly glimpsing at an old photo of himself and Julius Little as he begins to board a private jet. King drives a yellow Mag truck, but it is badly damaged on the final VK mission.
It is clear that King is capable of holding his own in a fight even when outnumbered. This is shown when Tanya Winters and Warren William send several VK's to attack King and he successfully fights them off, only retreating when he is shot in the shoulder by Warren as he leaves his office.
Warren "EZ Money" Williams is the Chief Operating Officer of Kingdom Come Records, serves as second-in-command to Benjamin King, and also manages the illegal gambling side of the VK business portfolio (Warren is referred to by Johnny Gat as "the numbers guy". One of the stronghold missions suggests that the VK's supplement their income by rigging sporting events).
Unfortunately for King, Williams would rather be a drug-dealing crime boss than a music mogul. Williams' dissatisfaction with Benjamin King's reluctance to deal harshly with the Saints and for King never taking control of the drug trafficking business from Los Carnales leads Williams to stage a coup to remove Benjamin King from his position of leadership. Williams is temporarily successful but the interference of The Protagonist forces Williams to save himself by attempting to escape in his customized Rattler sports car. Williams' car eventually explodes after being hit by gunfire from King and The Protagonist. Williams is left for dead, but manages to partially drag himself from the wreckage of his car. Williams dies when he is shot by his erstwhile lover, Tanya Winters, who decides that she prefers to control the Vice Kings by herself.
Anthony "Big Tony" Green is the VK's enforcer. Like his Latino counterpart, Victor Rodriguez, "Big Tony's" toughness is legendary. Tony is Tanya Winters' primary lover, but she also carries on an affair with Warren Williams. Tony is loyal to Benjamin King to a fault, and he appears to be the only VK member that King openly respects. Green manages to wound and capture Johnny Gat during a Saints raid on the abandoned police station that serves as Tanya's temporary brothel. Shortly thereafter, Green dies during a shootout in his condo when Julius sends The Protagonist to rescue Gat. His tattoo indicates that he was part of the U.S. Marines.
Tony's Motion Capture Portrayal is done by "Darren Whitfield" 
Tanya Winters is a VK lieutenant, her primary responsibility is managing the VK brothel located in Prawn Court. The spark that ignites the conflict between the VK's and the Saints arguably is Tanya's unwitting abduction of the younger sister of R&B diva, Aisha, to serve in her brothel. The back-and-forth war of retaliation eventually concludes with the fall of the Vice King empire. Tanya is ambitious, calculating, and depends on her feminine charms to keep both of her lovers (Tony Green and Warren Williams) in the dark about her true intentions for the VK organization. Presumably, she is the one that convinces Warren to seize control of the VK's away from Benjamin King following the death of Tony Green, and then subsequently betrays Warren Williams. Tanya's reasons for trying to take over the VKs, as implied by Benjamin King, because King slept with her and never called her back. Tanya is briefly successful in consolidating her power, but the VK failure to eliminate Benjamin King returns to haunt her. King, Johnny Gat, and The Protagonist storm King's penthouse where Tanya rules a now tattered empire. She is mortally wounded by a hail of gunfire that forces her through the office window of King's penthouse. Tanya dies dramatically after King steps on her fingers to loosen her precarious grip on the ledge she desperately clings to, and she plunges thirty stories to her death straight through King's Mag truck in the parking lot below.
Los Carnales (The Brothers) is the stereotypical Latin-American gang, drawing parallels to Latino gangster archaetypes found in movies such as Training Day or Scarface. According to events in the game, Los Carnales are the oldest gang in Stilwater and has been controlled by the members of Lopez family for decades.
It is suggested that Benjamin King originally formed the Vice Kings to counter the advances of Los Carnales into the northern sections of Stilwater, especially his hometown Sunnyvale Gardens , much like how Julius Little forms the Saints to keep the other gangs out of the Row. There is a running gag where the Saints (except Dex ) calls them The Los Carnales (Los means the in English.)
Hector "Kimo" Lopez is the El Jefe of Los Carnales. Hector has an unexplained facial scar and blindness of one eye. Hector runs Los Carnales with an iron fist and depends on the influx of money generated from serving as Stilwater's primary distributor of narcotics to solidify his power base. Hector is killed during an assassination plot planned by 3rd Street Saints lieutenant, Dex, in retaliation for the first Los Carnales invasion of Saint's Row. Dex's strategy has the added benefit of creating a rift between Los Carnales and the Colombian Cartel that supplies them with their narcotics.
Angelo Lopez is Hector's younger brother and is co-leader of Los Carnales in name only, since it is readily apparent that Hector calls all of the shots. Angelo comes complete with all of the stereotypical Hispanic male character traits including an over-abundance of machismo and a temper that rivals Johnny Gat's. Angelo becomes the de-facto leader of Los Carnales after Hector's assassination by The Protagonist, but Angelo depends heavily on Victor for support and advice. He appears to be fond of his girlfriend, Luz Avalos, but her blatant materialism seems to cause him no end of frustration. Angelo is not so attached to Luz that it prevents him from losing his temper and striking Luz, or from attempting to save his own neck when Luz's indecision about which shoes to pack causes her to be late for Angelo's escape flight out of Stilwater. Angelo is killed by Dex and The Protagonist when his escape via private jet is thwarted by a salvo of RPG fire.
Victor "Tanque" Rodriguez is an enforcer for Los Carnales. Like his Vice King counterpart, Anthony "Big Tony" Green, Victor's physical toughness is the stuff of urban legend.[reference?] He is said to have survived over a dozen attempts on his life[reference?] and his survival of a point-blank gunshot in one cutscene[reference?] is not only a testament to his physical resilience, but also suggests that his trademark black leather zippered vest is probably lined with kevlar. It is notable that he only speaks Spanish through the entire game. After the assassination of Hector Lopez, Victor leads an ill-fated second incursion into Saint's Row where he dies after sustaining multiple gunshot wounds following the explosion of his customized Bulldog. Troy is later seen smugly lighting a cigarette off of the still burning remains of Victor Rodriguez, much to Dex's disgust.
Luz Avalos is the materialistic girlfriend of Angelo Lopez. The running joke in the game is that she has an overdeveloped obsession when it comes to shoes. Both The Protagonist and Vice King member, Tanya Winters, remark on Luz being behind the times in choice of footwear. Luz drives a red Eiswolf, and has the Los Carnales symbol as a hood ornament. The Protagonist nearly shoots Luz following Angelo's demise when Luz insists that the shoes in her possession are part of the Spring collection and not the previous Fall collection.[reference?] Luz is devastated by Angelo's death if only because she no longer has means of financial support. Later on in the game, Luz is seen in a bar and Manuel Orejuela shows up to light her cigarette.[reference?]
Manuel Orejuela is a representative of the Colombian Cartel. Even though he is not a Los Carnales member, they are the only gang in Stilwater that he works with. He seems to have a soft spot for Luz Avalos and takes advantage of Angelo's difficulty in dealing with the Saints to make his move on her. After Angelo's brother Hector is killed, Manuel signs over to the Saints and sells out Angelo. Orejuela is later seen at a bar consoling Luz shortly after The Protagonist and Dex kill Angelo at Wardill Airport after blowing up Angelo's jet with him aboard. It is assumed that Orejuela takes Luz with him when he returns home to Colombia. Manuel has a striking resemblance to the Scarface character Frank Lopez, who is also a drug lord. Manuel and Angelo have a rivalry similar to Frank and Tony Montana in Scarface, but here it is reversed, as it is the older boss making the move on his young protege's girlfriend.
The Westside Rollerz consist of a cadre of street racers and tuners that supplement their illegal hobbies through dealing in stolen auto parts that they acquire by preying on truck shipments travelling through Stilwater.
Joseph Price is the field commander of the Westside Rollerz. He is a skilled driver and commands the respect of all of his subordinates. Price is clever but his uncle, William Sharp, is the brains behind the Westside Rollerz. The only people Price shows any semblance of respect for are his uncle, William Sharp, and his best friend Donnie, the Rollerz chief mechanic. When Sharp is killed, Price plans an assault on the Saints headquarters. However, Troy is tipped off by his police contacts and promptly warns Julius. Julius and The Protagonist intercept Price's convoy on the interstate and destroy it before it reaches Saints territory. Price himself narrowly escapes, due to his driving skills. Julius assesses that Price is effectively defeated, and instructs The Protagonist to finish him off. Despite the destruction of his mansion and the loss of his prized Blue Attrazione sports car, Price is able to rally the few followers he has left to engage The Protagonist in a second interstate showdown, where he is killed in a fiery truck accident.
William Sharp is the uncle of Westside Rollerz leader Joseph Price. Sharp provides financial support to the Westside Rollerz through his law firm and is the true mastermind of their plans. As the game progresses, it becomes evident that Sharp views the Rollerz gang as nothing more than a tool to further his own criminal ambitions. Sharp's primary illicit business appears to be the smuggling of precision auto parts to as of yet unknown overseas buyers. He is immediately mistrustful of Lin once she infiltrates his organization, and correctly deduces that she is a mole. He kidnaps her and uses her as bait to ensnare The Protagonist. Sharp shoots both The Protagonist and Lin and leaves them for dead in the trunk of Lin's Voxel race car, which Sharp then pushes into the ocean. The Protagonist survives, and kills Sharp after a car chase.
Donnie is the Rollerz chief mechanic and operates a shop in Stilwater's Apartments District. Donnie and Joseph Price appear to be best friends and Price is very protective of Donnie, even shielding Donnie from the insults of Joseph's uncle, William Sharp. Donnie seems to shy away from the more violent activities that the Rollerz take part in, preferring to guarantee that the Rollerz fleet of high-performance street machines are always in tip-top condition. Lin uses Donnie as a pawn to gain access to the true powers behind the Rollerz. When Sharp reveals this information to Donnie, he is more heartbroken than he is angry. A humorous comment from one of the generic Asian female Saints members the player can recruit to his party suggests that Lin may have slept with Donnie as part of her plan to cement a relationship with the Rollerz ("Lin fucks a Roller and she makes lieutenant. I fucked a Roller and all I got was the crabs"). During one of the end cutscenes in the game, Donnie is seen still pining for Lin even after her death. Donnie has the notoriety of being the sole high-ranking member to survive the destruction of the gang he is in as well as being in the gang that always lead to the death of a Saint's Lieutenant.
Aisha is a singer who has experienced a meteoric rise that has taken her from the slums of Saints Row to a promising career in the R&B music industry. Aisha is following up her previous hit CD, "Avarice," with another hit CD called "The Other Six." "The Other Six" has already spawned two chart topping tracks: "Leave The Ho" and "Don't Fuck Me Like I'm Your Wife." Aisha is signed with Kingdom Come Records; a company that serves as the public front for the Vice Kings . To her horror, she has learned that the glamorous life isn't all that it is cracked up to be, as she relates tales of extortion and manipulation to her sometime boyfriend, Johnny Gat, in the hope that he will somehow help her get out of the music business. Johnny's plan is to fake Aisha's death, but in typical Gat fashion his plan includes destroying the Kingdom Come Records building with a car bomb. Aisha has a younger sister that The Protagonist rescues from a Vice King human trafficking plot created by Tanya Winters to gain more workers for her brothel in Prawn Court.
Aisha's Sister is kidnapped by a Vice King and is brought into a warehouse and locked up with two other women to work at Tanya Winter's brothel. The three women were later rescued by The Protagonist and brought to the Saints' Church.
Alderman Richard HughesEdit
Richard Hughes is a mayoral candidate in Stilwater and is Marshal Winslow's chief political rival. Hughes is running a potentially unsuccessful campaign against the incumbent candidate and decides to resort to more extreme methods to secure his power. Hughes' plan is to use the Saints' war with rival gangs to scare the citizens of Stilwater into supporting his governmental policies. Hughes nearly succeeds but dies alongside his associates in a yacht explosion in the final cut-scene.
Marshall Winslow serves as the acting mayor of Stilwater and is originally from the Saints Row district. Thanks to the aggressive radio campaign launched by political rival, Alderman Richard Hughes, there is a growing opinion of Winslow that he is soft on crime. Despite his current unpopularity, it is suggested that Winslow would still beat Hughes handily if a mayoral election were held immediately. Winslow is assassinated when his Campaign Bus is hijacked by The Protagonist and parked on a rail path in the Barrio district, where is it smashed by a westbound locomotive.
Police Chief MonroeEdit
Chief Monroe is the corrupt Chief of Stilwater Police Department. As the events of the game unfold, it is revealed that Monroe is not only on the Vice Kings payroll, but he is also apparently in league with Alderman Richard Hughes. Monroe incarcerates Julius Little and threatens to kill Julius if the Saints do not publicly assassinate Mayor Marshall Winslow.</ref> The Saints reluctantly carry out this task, but Monroe renegs on his promise to release Julius upon completion of the job. This proves to be Monroe's downfall as the Saints take advantage of Monroe's guaranteed attendance at the late mayor's funeral to assassinate Monroe as well. Dex's plan to kill Monroe with a surgical sniper strike goes awry when more police vehicles appear in the funeral procession than Dex counted on, and the Saints are forced to destroy all of the police vehicles to make sure that Monroe is killed. The Saints succeed in carrying out Monroe's execution and escape in the chaotic aftermath. 
Samson is the Saints local mechanic. At numerous points in the game, Samson helps the player complete objectives i.e. equipping nitrous-triggered bombs on Westside Rollerz' vehicles, installing a car bomb on Aisha's vehicle to stage her death. [reference?]
Stefan is a European business entrepreneur, owner of the Impressions stores in Stilwater. He is Tanya Winters' fashion adviser and knows the codes to Benjamin King's penthouse after she takes it over. The Protagonist, Benjamin King, and Johnny Gat intimidate him into giving them the codes by hanging him out the window of King's Mag Truck at high speeds. Eventually he tells the whereabouts of Tanya. King then drops Stefan onto the road at high speed which almost kills him. Stefan is voiced by David H. Lawrence.
- Chicken Ned can be unlocked as a homie at any time in the game by dialing 555-2445. Ned is dressed as the Lik-A-Chik mascot, and runs around with a Baseball Bat.
- Laura is a drug dealing housewife, who becomes a friend to you once you complete Misty Lanes drug trafficking. 
- Samantha is a stripper who can work for you once you complete the Escort activity in the Red Light District. She expresses having crushes on both The Protagonist and Johnny Gat. She also asks the player if they mentioned her to Julius meaning she either has a crush on him or she wishes to join the Saints. She is in either high school or college, as she says she has to revise for an exam, and she also says she is a gymnast.
- Wheel Woman is unlocked by completing the mission Canonized and will drive you around town. Unlike the rest of the homies, she is the only one who is an actual member of the Saints, except for Zombie Lin. She drives a Destiny.
- Will is a pimp who can be unlocked as a homie by doing the Snatch activity in Harrowgate. He only uses a pistol and drives a Purple Hammerhead. Before completing the 2 Levels of his Snatch Activity, the only hooker he had was Peggy.
- After the cutscene where Lin dies, Zombie Lin can be Unlockables in Saints Row as a homie, by calling Eye For An Eye voodoo supplies on 555-5966. She will then be available as a zombie and drives to wherever The Protagonist is in a customized Reaper. She will tear off one of her own arms for use as a weapon and attack whomever threatens The Protagonist. Zombie Lin will even go as far as to briefly pause to eat the brains of anyone lying dead on the street.
- Billy was an associate of Tobias who helped in traffic drugs. He was killed by Tobias when Tobias discovered Billy was skimming off the top and stealing his drugs supply. 
- Dennis is a Chinese-American garage owner, and an employee of Mr. Wong. An order of difficult to obtain vehicles comes through, and Dennis offers The Protagonist money for the vehicles on the list.
- Helmers is a redneck who lives in a trailer in the Arena District. He pays The Protagonist if The Protagonist can bring hos back to his trailer.
- Howie Cheatham
- Howie Cheatham is a nervous conman with a forged Law Degree who runs a Legal Lee's department.[reference?] The Protagonist can earn money for Howie by throwing themselves into harm's way, with a small amount of this money sent to The Protagonist.
- Legal Lee
- Legal Lee is a popular dirty businessman who runs a lawyer's firm. He can also send The Protagonist to work for him by committing Insurance Fraud, and paying The Protagonist half the amount of whatever money you earned.
- Marcel is a bar owner in the Projects District that employs the silent protagonist of the Saints to eliminate potential witnesses scheduled to testify against one of Marcel's friends in an upcoming court case. 
- Marvin is a Drug Dealer who believed he had the best product in Stilwater and hired The Protagonist to protect him from other dealers, who were angry at him for stealing junkies. 
- Mary is a divorced woman, and owner of the $tock$ nightclub. Her husband, Nathaniel, ran off with her sister. He owed her thousands of dollars in allmony and Mary intended to collect, so she asked the The Protagonist to destroy as many of Nathaniel's holdings as possible until Nathaniel payed up.
- Miguel is a paraplegic Latino man who runs a garage. Miguel gives The Protagonist money if they steal certain vehicles for him.
- Vinnie runs a Loan Shark operation and can lend money to The Protagonist, so long as he gets his money back on time.
- Phil is a mechanic who will pay The Protagonist to steal and return vehicles to his garage.[reference?]
- Ralph is the owner of a small logistics company near Wardill Airport, and offers The Protagonist money if he can hijack certain vehicles and deliver them to his shop.
- Raymond Gonzales, M.D.
- Raymond Gonzales is a Colombian doctor and medical expert who works for Legal Lee's [reference?], but is also a con artist, and pays The Protagonist to throw themself in harm's way as part of the Insurance Fraud activity. In Saints Row 2, it is revealed by an associate of his, that after The Protagonist went into a coma, Dr. Gonzales was convicted for insurance fraud and sent to prison.
- Reno owns Club Glitz, a modern club in the Suburbs District. For creating destruction in Stilwater in the Mayhem activity, Reno rewards The Protagonist with cash.
- Rico Martinez
- Rico Martinez is the owner of a nightclub called On Track in the Barrio District. He offers money to The Protagonist if they cause damage to the streets of Stilwater.
- Steven is Alderman Hughes' personal assistant and bodyguard, he is killed in the explosion on the Alderman's yacht.
- Tobias is a Drug Dealer in the Factories District, who had a "business disagreement" with his associate, Billy, and needs The Protagonist to take Billy's place.
- Vicki is a former prostitute who owns one of the brothels in the Red Light District, and pays The Protagonist to steal hookers from the Vice Kings pimps and return them to her brothel.
- When Will is a Homie, he will mention that Vicki is his cousin.
- "Listen mutha fucka; if you come by here one more time, no, if you look at this building one more time, I will personally feed you all three inches of your cock, now get the fuck out!"
- — Vicki
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 The Streets of Stilwater
- ↑ 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 Saints Row credits
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Welcome to the 3rd Street Saints
- ↑ Saints Row 2 Newspaper clipboard: Known philanthropist Eric Gryphon has miraculously survived a brutal car crash that has left dozens dead. While Mr. Gryphon was unavailable to comment, his co-worker and close friend Dexter Jackson says this of the ordeal, "I'm just glad Eric is ok." In unrelated news, police have been unable to figure out how several hundred shell casings appeared on the Stilwater Freeway.
- ↑ http://community.saintsrow.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=20367
- ↑ Divide and Conquer
- ↑ Liberation
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 Always Use Protection
- ↑ according to a line by Johnny Gat
- ↑ For King and Country
- ↑ Green With Envy
- ↑ Saints Row Users Manual/Motion Capture:Page 23
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 All the King's Men
- ↑ The Streets of Stilwater
- ↑ Revealed in the Saints Row Church audio tour in Saints Row 2
- ↑ 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 The Missing Shipment
- ↑ McManus Says Hello
- ↑ What Goes Up
- ↑ Strength in Numbers
- ↑ 20.0 20.1 Escort Service
- ↑ Semi-Charmed Life
- ↑ Burying Evidence
- ↑ "Guardian Angel" mission
- ↑ 24.0 24.1 ...To Kingdom Come
- ↑ 25.0 25.1 Aisha's Favor
- ↑ Salting The Earth
- ↑ 27.0 27.1 Stuffing the Ballot
- ↑ Hail to the Chief
- ↑ When he is heard on the radio, he states that he is the owner of Impressions. However, he is not the owner of Foreign Power.
- ↑ "Suburban Bliss" cutscene for Drug Trafficking
- ↑ "Lost in Translation" cutscene for Hitman
- ↑ "Camera Shy" cutscene for Escort
- ↑ 33.0 33.1 "...But It Sure Is Fun" cutscene for Snatch
- ↑ "Billy's Retirement Party" cutscene for Drug Trafficking
- ↑ "Life Lessons" cutscene for Hitman
- ↑ "Wong Time, Wong Place" cutscene for Chop Shop, Chinatown
- ↑ "Daddy's Girls" cutscene for Snatch
- ↑ "Legal Action" cutscene for Insurance Fraud
- ↑ "Can Legal Lee Help You?" cutscene for Insurance Fraud
- ↑ "An Offer They Can't Refuse" cutscene for Hitman
- ↑ Museum District Drug Trafficking
- ↑ "A Woman Scorned" cutscene for Mayhem
- ↑ "The Wheel Man" cutscene for Chop Shop
- ↑ "Family Ties" cutscene for Loan Shark
- ↑ "Grease Monkey" cutscene
- ↑ "Short and Sweet" cutscene
- ↑ "Doctor's Orders" cutscene for Insurance Fraud
- ↑ "Decoy" cutscene for Mayhem
- ↑ "Rico Suave" cutscene for Mayhem
- ↑ "Hail to the Chief" cutscene
- ↑ "Out of Town Guests" cutscene for Snatch