"AYYYY FREEMAN. BADDA BING. BADDA BOOM. AISHES." ― The G-Man
A Mysterious Entity from Half-Life.
Consequences of Unforeseen[edit | edit source]
"Ayy freeman wish I could do more but ya 'now how ya capo can be, gotta play by the rules, capisce?"Mostly nothing is known about the G-Man, other that he is seen talking with people at intervals in the surrounding of those about to be contracted. He seems to appear in places of importance, and pay attention, lead, and somewhat "protect" those who appear to be any value to him or his employers, as during the Resonance Cascade incident, he followed Gordon Freeman and and Adrian Shepard around but ignore Barney Calhoun. In the former 2 cases, he "offered" an employment offer to those who appeared to surpass an incredible feat, and mention his employer's interest in them.
The G-Man has appeared in TFR, and seems to have a deeper reason to be in it, but what that is might be too soon to ask, or too late...
The G-Man suddenly appears a third party to Richtofen's match and, surprisingly, fights himself as he appears as an incredibly strong fighter, which he probably hasn't done before in a long time.
However, he is deemed unable to compete for it.
Shows again in a rumble. As soon as he appears, he also disappears.
The unforeseening of consequences has never been like now.
Suddenly shows up last for a match, winning it.
Episode 7[edit | edit source]
Then, becomes #1 contender by beating a high-schooler, but he was deemed unable to compete.
Much later, G-Man shows himself again, now trying to force some more deals, capisce?
Episode 3G-Man has a heated conversation with Hideo about joining his employers, but Hideo thoroughly refuses his terms as the ones above him "already have something in their minds for the future", but validates G-Man's previous #1 contender spot . G-Man is not happy at all.
NEXT TIME YA SEE THAT DON OF YOURS TELL HIM 'BOUT THOSE CONSEQUENCES HE AIN'T SEE COMIN', CAPISCHE?Episode 4
In the midst of the Backstage Uprising, and with the tremors increasing, G-Man presents his associate Delta before he panicking and evacuating wrestlers, who offers them their single change of salvation, which they follow thanks to Fred's words.
Episode 5[edit | edit source]
12 years in the future after the disaster, he's the leader of the Troubleshooters, and works alongside The Final Resistance. Technically funded by the governments, and in turn The Three Kings, they chose to help people most of the time instead following the kings, as it's rare to receive a Kill-on-Sight from them.
Pixy presents Central with a report of those weird videos broadcast around the world, and his capo G-Man explains its the cause so many associates are turning loyal to the kings and going to the Factories.
The Resistance has a scheduled training session with the Troubleshooters to build better relations, where the new recruits are pit up against resistance members. But more importantly, one of their members, Dimitri Blaiddyd, has been captured by an underling of Ruber, and taken to Britannia. Since the resistance was also planning to raid them, with Ingurland wanting to recover his kingdom and all, the Troubleshooters offer their assistance for a joint operation to rescue Dimitri and secure the raid.
Episode 8The preparations for the mission are done and are ready for takeoff. Carlos insists on going so he's let in, but before they go Ingurland sees the impossible: his favorite star Tyrone Ngubu wandering in the desert, so he gets him to go with them. G-Man sees them off as they fly away.
SO LONG-AY EVERYONE!
Episode 10[edit | edit source]
G-Man pleads allegiance to the Kings, along with all his remaining troubleshooters (and the ones that didn't got dealt with), but he's not the same as he was...
Manages to snatch James Tomitake into his family.
Leaves for unknown circumstances and leaves James Tomitake in charge meanwhile.
The third family ends up assisting in the capture of The Bogdanoffs when they try to flee.
G-Man and his family keep working behind the scenes...
It took a while for G-Man to negotiate this little deal, but Jimmy should see how much serious bank they're making now, and with those guys protecting their backs, they can take care of their own business no problemo, deal with da tings that really matter ya know? Jimmy couldn't expectghetti anything less from his mastamind. With this seat-fillin' deal, they're gonna be bringin' the most dough outta all families and be rollin' in the green, lil' money-mark Amakusa was all about those rating numbas. Gooda job on Jimmy for gatherin' da boys for that, but gotta make sure next time they don't bail 'til the job's done, even if it must have been hard on them for such difficult work, but in this famiglia it's all or nothin', no halfways.
But since he's got da smarts, this mozzarella to la mia pizza, that's why G-Man's trusting him with overseen' the rest of their deals, gotta make sure da restaurants and da plumbing company are runnin' al dente. Time to make some serious dough.
His absence has taken a heavy toll on his family, who are said to have finally folded under Mafia City's sheer strength and control, and come under their thumb.
Match History[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The G stands for "GIGADIMES"
- HE. FUCKED. UP. MY. FACE
- HE FUCKED MY FACE
Gallery[edit | edit source]