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Since its release in 2013, Grand Theft Auto 5 has only grown in popularity. Much of this is due to its bonkers Online component, which has inspired troublemakers everywhere to get up to all sorts of mischief and mayhem. However, though GTA Online tends to own much of the spotlight these days (even overshadowing Rockstar's original plans to release single player DLC for the game), the base game's campaign actually has a very exciting storyline. 

With its sprawling open world, colorful cast of characters, double-crosses, film productions gone awry, and horrible government conspiracies, the plot of Grand Theft Auto 5 is much more intricate than you might think at first glance. With that in mind, let's break down this wild game, including notable heists and backgrounds for the characters that tie into the main events of the story. Buckle up.

GTA 5 kicks off with a robbery goes south

The story begins in 2004 when a crew of bank robbers — Michael Townley, Brad, Trevor, and an unnamed getaway driver, as well as their remote contact Lester — attempt to rob a security company. Things go south when Trevor murders a security guard and the crew is chased down by the police. Their getaway driver is killed, leaving the rest of the crew attempting to escape on foot. In the ensuing shootout, Trevor makes his escape, believing Michael to be dead. Michael had in fact made a deal with the FIB to turn over his crew in exchange for a fresh start in witness protection. The official story released to the press is that Brad is serving a life sentence in prison and that Michael was laid to rest.

Nine years later, Michael is currently in therapy. Under his new name of Michael De Santa, he and his wife have started a family. However, Michael is miserable with the day-to-day grind and occasionally misses the action of his old life, much to the great dismay of the corrupt FIB agent in charge of his protection, Dave Norton. 

Michael meets Franklin

Michael gets a taste of the criminal life again when his son's car is stolen by two gang bangers named Lamar and Franklin. These two are barely scraping by, making their living working for a shady car dealer named Simeon, who uses underhanded methods, including theft, to repossess cars from his clients. Unfortunately for Franklin and company, Michael was in the back seat of this car when they made off with it, and he's none too happy about the attempted theft.

Michael wrecks Simeon's business and threatens the man at gunpoint, but seemingly takes a shine to Franklin's fearless demeanor. Though Michael's outburst costs Franklin his job, the two hit it off, and Michael invites Franklin to come over to his place sometime for a drink and a chat. Franklin, meanwhile, is going stir crazy living with his overbearing aunt in a rundown old house. He also has to contend with Lamar's increasingly dangerous schemes, which almost always go poorly.

The start of a beautiful friendship

After surviving the fallout from a drug deal gone wrong, Franklin decides to take Michael up on his offer of friendship, hoping that it will lead to a better situation for himself. When Franklin comes to visit Michael, his immediate reaction is to think that Michael is just another bored rich weirdo. However, the two of them are thrust into their first real bit of action together when Michael gets a distressed call from his son Jimmy, who tried to sell Michael's boat behind his back before things went badly for him. Now a gang of thieves are speeding out of town with Michael's boat and kid in tow.

A high-speed chase ensues, during which Franklin shows his stuff by hopping from Michael's car onto the sailboat. Following this rescue, Jimmy appears to idolize Franklin, while Michael has decided that he will definitely let Franklin know any time he has work for him. With that, Jimmy is safe and a new partnership has been formed.

Madrazo and the first heist of GTA 5

Though his son is returned home safe and sound, Michael soon discovers that not everything is bright and sunny in the De Santa household. After catching his wife in bed with her tennis instructor, Michael goes on a rampage. Michael and Franklin chase the instructor to a house up in the Vinewood Hills and manage to completely destroy it by pulling the upper deck right off the building. 

Unfortunately, this house didn't belong to the tennis instructor, but rather the mistress of one Martin Madrazo, a powerful drug kingpin who puts a hit on the two of them. After Michael and Franklin dispatch his hitmen, Madrazo tells them that he expects them to pay for the damages if they want to keep their lives. Desperate to make this money quickly, Michael contacts his old friend Lester. In order to prove his sincerity to Lester, Michael helps his old pal carry out a mission to assassinate the CEO of social media platform Lifeinvader, after which Michael and his new crew pull off an elaborate jewelry heist. Madrazo is paid what he's owed and the heat is off of Michael and Franklin ... momentarily.

Trevor enters the story

The jewelry heist attracts the attention of Trevor, who is living out in the desert and almost immediately puts together that Michael is still alive. For the last several years, Trevor believes he has been writing letters to Brad in prison, not realizing that his correspondence has actually been with FIB agent Dave Norton, who writes back as Trevor's dead partner as a way to keep tabs on Trevor and maintain Michael's cover story.

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Trevor has been making a living playing all of the various gangs in his area against one another, as well as facilitating all manner of illicit transactions, including the cooking and sale of crystal meth. After killing Johnny Klebitz, the head of a local motorcycle gang (and the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto 4: The Lost and the Damned), Trevor sets about wrecking his competition. He all but obliterates the rest of Klebitz's gang and takes on several members of the Chinese Wei Cheng Triad who are moving in on his territory. 

With all of that messy business out of the way, Trevor and his pal Wade head to Los Santos to find out exactly where Michael has been all this time.

An uncomfortable reunion

Trevor arrives at Michael's house during a dispute between Michael and his wife, who has discovered that he has returned to a life of crime. Neither of the De Santas are particularly excited to see Trevor, knowing that his presence only means they are in greater danger than ever. However, this uncomfortable reunion is cut short when Michael finds out that his daughter Tracey is about to humiliate herself on television by auditioning for the show Fame or Shame, which is hosted by degenerate radio and television personality Lazlow Jones.

The two men race to the television studio and halt the audition, leading to a chase where they beat and humiliate Jones. Michael and Trevor briefly reminisce about the old days and tentatively agree to stay in touch. Trevor and Wade forcibly move into an apartment belonging to Wade's cousin Floyd, and Trevor begins his plans to expand his business ventures to Los Santos. 

Working for the feds

The FIB is none too pleased with Michael's return to crime, even when he insists it was only to pay back Madrazo. As retaliation for putting him in a compromising position, Dave Norton tells Michael that he has to do a few under the table jobs for the FIB if he wants his secrets kept. After being knocked unconscious, Michael is sent on a job where he has to pose as a corpse and steal information on a suspected terrorist from the IAA, a rival intelligence organization. 

With this information in hand (and following the unfortunate deaths of several IAA agents), Michael and his crew manage to kidnap the suspected terrorist, a man named Ferdinand Kerimov. While Michael and Norton take care of another assassination, Trevor is charged by another corrupt FIB agent named Steve Haines with torturing Kerimov for information. Though the man is revealed to be innocent, Trevor is ordered to kill Kerimov. Instead, Trevor takes Kerimov to an airport and lets him go free. For the moment, the FIB has what they want and Michael's secrets are safe again.

Living the life

The criminal life seems to be working out for everyone involved. Michael's family has moved out, giving him a bit of peace and quiet. Franklin is able to move into a swanky new house in the hills after carrying out some assassination missions for Lester, finally getting out of his aunt's place.

Meanwhile, Trevor has used Floyd's connections as a longshoreman to scope out a shipment of materials belonging to Merryweather Security, a powerful and dangerous private military contractor. With help from Michael and Franklin, Trevor manages to steal this Merryweather shipment, but he's dismayed when Lester informs them that they must return it. It turns out that they've made away with a highly experimental superweapon, meaning that if they don't take it back, they'll have a target painted on all of them.

At first, Trevor refuses to return the device, but he agrees when Michael promises that there will be bigger and better jobs in the future. Still, this won't be the last time that the trio crosses paths with Merryweather.

Devin Weston enters GTA 5's picture

Following their theft of an armored car, the gang is put in touch with Devin Weston, a powerful billionaire who has at least a few members of the FIB on his payroll. It turns out that a few of the gang's heists have been set in motion to help further Weston's goals, so Weston helps to facilitate a large payout for Michael and his crew and offers them more jobs. Weston puts Michael in touch with his idol Solomon Richards, a Vinewood producer, in the hopes that the two will make a movie together and make Weston's investment in Richards' studio more profitable. Weston also tasks Franklin and Trevor with stealing multiple sports cars for his collection, a job that Franklin is all too familiar with.

Around this time, Michael and Trevor are contacted about working for Madrazo again, but things take a turn for the worse when Trevor sees how Madrazo treats his wife, Patricia. Trevor kidnaps Patricia and begins to develop feelings for her, and this new development sends Trevor and Michael into hiding from Madrazo. 

The train job

While hiding out from Madrazo, Trevor steals from Merryweather again, hijacking one of their cargo planes and officially making himself even more of a target. Trevor manages to bail out of the plane just as it is shot down over the water. 

Shortly thereafter, Trevor proposes a job straight out of a Wild West movie: he and Michael are going to rob a train. Naturally, the heist doesn't go completely smoothly, but they manage to get away from it with a briefcase containing an ancient artifact. Knowing that this is the kind of thing Madrazo collects, Michael suggests that they use it as a peace offering, along with returning Patricia to her husband. 

Though Trevor initially refuses, Michael talks him into doing it, yet again, with the promise of a bigger and better job ahead when they rob the Union Depository, a massive bank that appears to circulate money to the entire state. Trevor agrees and Patricia is returned home, though Trevor can't resist threatening Madrazo with violence if he ever mistreats her again. 

Trevor learns the truth

Michael settles back into his home in Los Santos, planning to return to his life of retirement. Trevor, meanwhile, loses his cool with Floyd and his girlfriend and kills them, necessitating a change of headquarters. After setting up shop in a local strip club called the Vanilla Unicorn, Trevor comes to learn some shocking news. 

After telling Michael of his new plan to break Brad out of prison, Michael finally lets its slip that Brad died all those years ago. In a rage, Trevor heads to where "Michael" was buried to find out the truth. Michael follows Trevor and finds him digging up Michael's fake grave, which is revealed to have Brad's body inside. The two of them pull their guns on one another, but are interrupted when the Triads arrive to have their revenge on Trevor. After a shootout, the Triads kidnap Michael, believing him to be Trevor's lover. 

While Michael is held captive, Trevor and Franklin carry out one final job for Devin Weston, who decides not to pay them what he promised. Following this betrayal, Franklin and Lester find where the Triads are hiding and Franklin rescues him, killing several of the gangsters in the process.

Best friends forever

Michael is given one final mission by Dave Norton, who tells him that if he breaks into the FIB headquarters and steals some files that will help cover up Steve Haines and Norton's recent shady dealings, then his record will be expunged and he will be a completely free man. While Michael plans this heist, he learns that Devin Weston has decided not to release the film that Michael and Solomon produced, preferring instead to collect the insurance payout from the "failed" production. In retaliation, Michael steals the film in a chase that results in the accidental death of Weston's lawyer. 

Michael and Franklin manage to pull off the raid on the FIB headquarters and Dave Norton agrees to hold up his end of the bargain. Unfortunately, Michael and Dave are then confronted by multiple groups out for revenge, including Merryweather, the IAA, and Steve Haines himself. Michael and his contacts manage to make it out of the ensuing firefight when Trevor arrives and helps them fight back. Though Trevor is still hurt by Michael's betrayal, the two come to a shaky truce and agree to go forward with the Union Depository heist together.

A star is born, a bunch of other guys are killed

Meanwhile, Franklin finds out that his friend Lamar has been kidnapped by a rival gang called the Ballas. With help from Michael and Trevor, Franklin rescues Lamar. When he gets home, however, Franklin is confronted by Dave Norton and Steve Haines, who tell him he needs to kill Trevor, who they believe has become a liability to them all.

With his passion project recovered and his relationship with his family on the mend, Michael decides to release the movie himself. At the premiere of the movie, Weston arrives and tells Michael that he has hired Merryweather mercenaries to kill his family. After Michael and his son fend off the attackers, Michael begins to plan his revenge on Weston.

First, however, the trio must pull off the Union Depository heist. Despite interference from Merryweather Security and the beleaguered Los Santos Police Department, the job is a success. Things take a dramatic return, however, when Franklin finds Devin Weston waiting for him at home. Weston tells Franklin that he must kill Michael, leaving Franklin with a choice: kill Michael, kill Trevor, or find another way.

Franklin is given the final choice in GTA 5's story

There are three different endings to Grand Theft Auto 5's story, depending on what Franklin decides. If Franklin chooses to kill Trevor, a chase ensues that ends with Trevor crashing his car into a gas tanker, which begins leaking fuel. Franklin fires his gun, igniting the fuel and burning Trevor alive. Michael tells Franklin that the two of them should part ways while he processes Trevor's death.

Should Franklin decide to follow Weston's orders and kill Michael, he will attempt to reach out to Trevor for help. However, Trevor will express a disinterest in meeting with Michael, still considering him a traitor for selling the gang out nine years ago. Franklin will then chase Michael from his house to a bridge, where Michael will fall to his death. Following this, Michael's family will express that they know Franklin was behind his death. Michael's widow will message Franklin to tell him to stay away from her family, while Jimmy will curse him out for his betrayal.

The GTA 5 story can have a happy ending, too

However, if Franklin decides not to turn on his pals, he will go to Lester for his help in finding another way to save them all. Together with Trevor and Michael, they concoct a plan to rid themselves of all of their enemies. Michael takes out the leader of the Ballas, Trevor kills Steve Haines, and Franklin blows up the head of the Triads.

Following these targets, Trevor fights his way through Merryweather's mercenaries one final time in order to kidnap the last man on their list: Devin Weston. The trio stuff Weston in the back of one of his prized sports car and shove it off a cliff, destroying the car and killing Weston. 

Their enemies dispatched and their records wiped clean by a grateful Dave Norton, the trio agree to lay low for a while and remain friends. In the world of Grand Theft Auto, this bloodbath is the closest thing to a happy ending as you're ever likely to find. 


The Grand Theft Auto games are basically hedonistic playgrounds, which we mean as an absolute compliment. There's no end to the kind of bonkers fun that you can get from them, whether it's from carrying out missions or just fooling around with friends in Grand Theft Auto Online. 

Even with all of the carefully designed heists and purposeful gameplay mechanics of the GTA series, there are plenty of ways to make your own fun while you're roaming the streets and backroads of San Andreas. Besides, the idea of following the rules or doing things that make common sense seems to contradict the very point of this franchise. Over the years, players have found Easter eggs and bugs in the game that can be exploited for laughs, as well as fun little distractions that prove to be much more entertaining than they probably should be. Because of this, it can be hard to resist indulging in even the silliest things GTA has to offer. Let's take a look at some of those.

Blowing your cash on clothes

So you just purchased a giant mask for your character that looks like a googly-eyed strawberry. Pretty great, right? No, it serves no tactical purpose (in fact, it may even draw more enemy attention, now that you look like a deranged yogurt mascot), but that's not really the point. The point is that now you look hilarious. It's the same thing with that dope (and slightly phallic) glow in the dark shirt that you just bought. So what if you had to drop a few thousand in-game dollars on it? 

Yes, while your hard-earned (and likely stolen) money could be spent on more useful items, like new vehicles, weaponry, and ammo, it's hard not to resist plunking down your ill-begotten cash on these ridiculous outfits. Every time there are new items in the clothing stores, players around the globe tend to turn this game full of drug deals and shootouts into a fashion montage from a '90s romantic comedy. It's especially rewarding when you're online with your friends, where all of you can show off your new costumes and get into some brightly clad trouble together.

Playing GTA's arcade games

Look, we're all here because we love video games. That's why we're already on board for the shenanigans in Grand Theft Auto. Rockstar knows that, which is why they've included arcade cabinets in different installments of the series that can be played in-game. These include games like the Metal Slug/Contra parody Invade and Persuade 2 and Don't Cross the Line, which plays like neon-drenched version of Snake.

These games can be a fun little distraction (especially Invade and Persuade, which goes the extra mile of adding the Konami Code cheat to give players 99 free lives). Still, it's kind of hard not to think about the fact that you're literally playing less impressive games inside of the good game you're already playing. It'd be like if Batman dropped what he was doing in Arkham Knight so he could play a round of Whack-A-Mole at the Gotham City Fairgrounds. Still, the inclusion of these games is such a charming aspect of the GTA world that it feels like you almost have to play a round or two when you come across one.

Jumping out of/off of everything

Just as in real life, jumping out of an airplane or off of a skyscraper without a parachute isn't a great idea in Grand Theft Auto. However, the game's ragdoll physics in some of these situations make it so much more fun that it should be. With the press of a button, you can send your character careening through the sky or out of a moving vehicle, tumbling wildly. There's no reason to do it, other than it's terribly simple and always entertaining.

It's a spectacle that's pretty hard to pass up, which is why some players have taken to concocting increasingly ridiculous scenarios for this very purpose. Whether you're setting up a precarious stack of barrels to tackle off of a bridge or using the open doors on a car to take unsuspecting folks down with you, there is a lot of fun to be had with the very concept of gravity.

Picking fights with NPCs

Throwing down with NPCs is pretty much par for the course in Grand Theft Auto, no matter which installment you're playing. Sometimes you'll overhear someone being obnoxious or rude, and it just feels right to pop them one. This is especially true when you're Trevor Philips in Grand Theft Auto 5. While GTA 4's Niko Bellic almost seemed too well intentioned at times to randomly attack civilians, Trevor is a straight-up agent of chaos, and it doesn't seem at all out of character for him to put a stranger in line.

The only drawback to this kind of aggression is that it will likely nab you a Wanted Level. However, it's still worth it, especially if you just launch yourself right at the NPC who's grinding your gears. Not only does it look hilarious, but it definitely feels like something Trevor would do, just because he felt like it.

Wreaking havoc with GTA's big orange ball

If something can be broken in San Andreas, you can be sure that GTA players will figure it out and get to breaking. So when gamers discovered the giant orange ball on top of the juice stands in areas like the Vinewood Hills in GTA 5 and Online, you had better believe they immediately tried to work out how to cause the most chaos with it. 

The ball can be disconnected with C4 or a few well-placed knocks or bullets, after which some players prefer to just let it roll down the hill and into residential areas, trampling the populace like a scene right out of Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. Others like to try to load it in the backs of their trucks, taking it elsewhere to cause mischief and mayhem. There's really no wrong way to enjoy the giant orange ball, as long as you create as much trouble as possible. In other words, it's a microcosm of the whole game. It's there, so it must be messed with for hilarious results.

Drinking and smoking, just because

The characters in Grand Theft Auto are known for their many vices, many of which the game convinces its players to help carry out, so it's no surprise that the characters take to smoking, drinking, and doing drugs. GTA 5 courted a bit of controversy when it was revealed that characters could partake in smoking marijuana, but believe us, there are plenty of different substances to imbibe throughout the games. This is particularly true of GTA 5, which contains the infamous Macbeth shot, a drink that will make your character immediately pass out and wake up in compromising positions, like in the garbage or at the top of a billboard. Why would you want to drink something like that? Because you can. 

In fact, some fans are so enamored with the different effects of alcohol and drugs in GTA Online that they've taken to figuring out the exact math behind each drink and which ones get your character drunk (and the screen all distorted) the fastest. When you're in a club or headquarters and you see a minibar or a bong, it's kind of your duty as a GTA player to sample it and see what happens.

Hunting for GTA myths

There are quite a few myths in the Grand Theft Auto series. While some of them, like the rampaging wannabe Bigfoot in GTA 5 or the ghost cars of San Andreas, have basically been proven to be true, there are still many more that have not. However, many of these myths seem plausible enough that they warrant further investigation. 

That's why so many GTA players have taken to putting on their tin foil hats and spending years combing through every inch of the world map in search of its secrets. Grand Theft Auto 5, in particular, is full of dark hidden gems, like the alien trapped under the ice or the ghost of Jolene Cranley-Evans that stalks the peak of Mount Gordo. These things were only found because fans couldn't resist the siren call of wandering off the narrative path and into the unknown. Sure, you may not find anything, but the hunt is its own reward. 

Parking on GTA's train tracks

Again, this is one of those little diversions that is ultimately silly and pointless, but hard to resist when the opportunity arises. The idea isn't exactly to stop the train, but rather to see the fireworks that ensue when different vehicles and various hazards are in the path of an oncoming locomotive. 

Attempting to halt the trains has become something of a recurring challenge among the GTA community, with players using everything from vehicles to huge crowds of people to, um, a whole line of humpback whales (which surprisingly didn't work). Some players have even used environment mods to see if the trains can withstand the forces of nature, like a giant tsunami. 

The trains seem to be mostly impervious, but that hasn't stopped players from trying to find the correct immovable object to pit against this unstoppable force. Now that you've read this, just try to not want to park your Hydra jet on the next set of tracks you see in the game. 

Interfering with police chases

When you're playing GTA Online, and you see one of your buddies getting chased down by the police, of course it's your duty as a good teammate to help them escape by shooting out the tires on the police car. However, for some reason, it feels nearly as rewarding to do the same thing in single player mode. Even if it means jeopardizing a mission you're on, when you're out on the road and you see a fellow criminal being chased down by the Los Santos Police Department, you will likely feel the irresistible urge to help a brother out. 

The best part is that the game will occasionally reward you for getting involved, paying you in cash for rescuing the fleeing scofflaw. In stark contrast, the police might start chasing you down if you try to take out the criminal they're after. That's right, this is one of those moments when the game really backs up your more crooked instincts, so go right ahead and be bad. Outlaws have got to stick together, right?

Taking "unfortunate" selfies

Previous games in the GTA series showed our characters carrying mobile phones, but without much playable use. Even GTA 4's more functional phone only used the device's camera during missions, but it didn't save any of the pictures. GTA 5 changed all of that with the ability to save photos and the introduction of Snapmatic, the GTA universe's answer to Snapchat or Instagram. 

With Snapmatic, players could take in-game photos and upload them online. Naturally, much like the gamer who immediately decided to make Spider-Man take a selfie in front of Uncle Ben's grave, GTA gamers couldn't wait to start taking some wild photos of their gameplay. This is another one of those wonderful tools the game has given us that can be used for good or evil. Some folks have taken it upon themselves to line up gorgeous poses and shots of the scenery, while others have found the humor in the juxtaposition between a cheerful selfie and a fiery explosion in the background. The next time you see a group of NPCs slugging it out or a shark lying in the middle of the street, go ahead and take a picture. After all, it'll last longer.

Racing other players

Sure, there are actual street races already built into GTA, allowing players to challenge each other online or race against NPCs for a shot at glory and a nice payout. However, there's just something that feels good about peeling out in a drag race even when no cash is on the line. Unless the person you're racing is one of your friends, or you're planning to share a video of the race later, you're not really doing it for the bragging rights. No, it's like some primal part of your gamer brain takes over every now and then: it's go time.

So the next time someone pulls up next to you in their fancy sports car, don't feel alone if your first thought is, "I want them to know exactly how fast and reckless I can be." Just, uh, make sure that you're confining this behavior to the video game world, okay?

Having fun with GTA's gate launching glitch

Players have discovered a bizarre glitch in GTA 5 that turns ordinary automatic gates into catapults. By driving into a gate that is in the process of opening, it trips something in the game's physics engine that sends your car flying through the air like it's on its way to Oz. It seems to be a bit easier to pull off with a lowrider, but the results are always funny, no matter what vehicle you manage to launch.

This is another one of those weird little quirks of the game engine that doesn't really serve a purpose. It's clearly a bug, after all. However, once you discover how to do it, it's hard not to want to do it just for laughs every single time you see an automatic gate. There's something especially rewarding about the fact that there are so many of those gates in the fancier part of town. Launching your old beater car in the stratosphere, over the houses and lawns of the upper crust, just feels right. 

Robbing a store (with a ball)

When playing as Franklin and riding around with his dog Chop in GTA 5, your weapon wheel will include a tennis ball to play a game of fetch. However, it is possible to use this harmless ball for a more dastardly purpose. If you pull up to any convenience store and select the ball, the clerk inside will begin handing over their money and pleading for their life, reacting as though you've come in with a weapon. Even funnier, Franklin will also act as though he's holding a pistol, rather than a glorified chew toy, barking orders at the clerk and resulting in the most oddly upsetting robbery of all time. 

This is another one of those glitches that players have discovered in the game that is so bizarre, you just have to try it for yourself. There's something so oddly amusing about seeing multiple characters freaking out over an innocent pet's toy.

Cheating (in single player)

Look, we aren't saying that you should cheat in online play. That just ruins the fun for everyone else, not to mention it could earn you a swift ban from the game. However, cheat codes have been an integral part of enjoying the wonderful insanity that is Grand Theft Auto since the beginning. If you're in the mood to just mess around town, why not give yourself that extra edge? GTA is already about wacky wish fulfillment, so it really just adds to the fun if you can make your character invulnerable or grant them infinite ammo.

While you're at it, mod some stuff into your game! As long as you're not messing up the game for other players, it's hard to talk yourself out of making your game into the most over the top expression of your idea of fun. Luckily, there are plenty of options to do just that. Turn your character into Superman (complete with powers), Shaggy, or an invincible rampaging horse. Go big or go home. It may be silly, but it all boils down to the ultimate question that may just be the ethos of this entire franchise: why not?

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