|Saints Row: The Third|
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Saints Row: The ThirdEdit
This Morningstar penthouse is raided by the Saints and is unlocked as a crib. It is a large lavish penthouse with a pool on the balcony as well as an elevator to the garage and the Penthouse. It is featured in a number of missions, most of them, when the Saints are being attacked.
There are three ways to enter the crib; entering through the ground-floor lobby (elevator goes directly to the second level of the penthouse), landing on the helipad on the roof with an aircraft or parachute, or entering via the lower-level garage (elevator leads directly to the main level of the penthouse).
The penthouse actually has four levels: two of which are living areas, a roof top, and a basement where the main gun battle in the mission "Party Time" takes place. An additional elevator opens in the basement, but it cannot be used to access the garage or lobby.
Saints Row IVEdit
The HQ is in a destroyed state in the Virtual Steelport. It is featured in Pierce's simulation where The Protagonist helps him to get out from it.. The site is seen with rising debris, flames and smoke.
The Saints HQ suffers numerous changes over the course of gameplay.
- The elevator is available at the beginning of the game, before it is a Crib.
- The rooftop spotlight is white at all times, unlike the lights at Strongholds
- Interior lights, and neon pool lights, change from red to purple after the Crib is acquired.
- After the building is bombed, it is still available as a Crib, and the lights remain purple.
- There is blood and bullet holes on some walls, and the TV is broken.
- After either of the end missions, the building is restored to the Morningstar default state, with red lights.
- The TV is normally present at all times, but sometimes disappears. It normally reappears after relaunching the game. If it disappears before "STAG Party", the broken TV still appears.
- The default Radio Station playing inside the Saints HQ is KRhyme 95.4.
- The Saints HQ bears many similarities to the penthouse featured in the Saints Row: The Third "Power" CG trailer which debuted at E3 2011.
- This is the only headquarters of the Saints to not be in a church, although a church is located east of the Saints HQ.
- A Friendly Fire calendar in the kitchen shows the date March, 2003.
- The Saints HQ is very similar to a Stronghold. It is a large building taken from The Syndicate and features a helipad, features common to strongholds but not standard cribs. The only things it lacks are district upgrades and the actual label of "stronghold".
- Male voice 3 often refers the Saints HQ as 'the flat'.
- There is a magazine with Shaundi's Playboy "Girls of Gaming" picture on the floor to the right of the statue, near the sofa.
- Parachuting from the Helipad makes two Saints appear on the street who have not been selected through Gang Customization, or unlocked.[Screenshot?]
- The mission "STAG Party" features a floor just above ground level which is inaccessible outside of the mission.
- The building is around 160 meters tall, from the sidewalk to the upper roof.
- There is a computer monitor on the first floor in an office with a cat dressed as Johnny Gat playing a piano with the words "Johnny Cat" Flashing, a reference to Keyboard Cat.
- Due to the low clearance of the garage, some larger vehicles cannot be parked or driven away from here, such as the Gat Mobile, although they can still be retrieved.
- There is a parking lot just to the east of the garage entrance where vehicles of assorted makes spawn.
- There is a box of decapitated heads in the pantry.
- The rising debris from the site in Saints Row IV is not solid, and will not damage a hovering aircraft.
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- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Mission: Party Time
- ↑ Mission: Trojan Whores
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Mission: STAG Party
- ↑ Mission: Three Way
- ↑ Mission: The Saints Flow
- ↑ YouTube: Saints Row: The Third - Power CG Trailer
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- ↑ Missions: Pimps Up, Hos Down, Stop all the Downloading, 3 Count Beat Down
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