Design a mission!
Good morning, 47. Your destination is the Blackford Penitentiary in Colorado. Your targets are Linus B. Kerrigan, leader of drug trafficking prison gang The Blue Hogs, and his second in command Marc Hale. Kerrigan is planning a prison break but Hale, the brains of the plan, is serving time in solitary for assault. Our client, a rival gang who doesn't want the Blue Hogs out, hired us to stop the prison break. The targets should have a backup plan, so be careful. I will leave you to prepare.
Blue Hogs member.
Linus Benjamin Kerrigan:
Backstory: Linus B. Kerrigan is not your everyday criminal. Born to two oil magnates, he had a steady education and had a Bachelor's Degree in criminology. Since the police didn't accept him due to his thuggish nature, young Kerrigan took a job as an underground cage fighter. As he got deeper into his work, he cut off ties to his family, raised up the ranks and became the leader of a rather large gang. Kerrigan tried robbing a bank in an attempt to get rich quick but their superior technology trumped over him, sending him for a 25-year sentence in Blackford Penitentiary. Kerrigan, despite being rude, violent and impatient, is a very honourable man. Though Hale already crafted his plan for him, he refuses to escape without his partner.
Behaviour: Kerrigan would spend his time wandering around the main cellblock, picking fights and being a jerk. As a guard, you can send him to do menial work in the bathroom. You can also lure him into the warden's office to discuss his behaviour (specifically stuffing a toothbrush up his rival's ass). Kerrigan runs a boxing match. You can disguise as his opponent, David Bruiser, and fight him. The fight goes on until you knock him out. However, snapping his neck in front of the audience will make them panic and run for the guards. Kerrigan will hang around the ring if Bruiser doesn't show up, so you can drop a light fixture on his head.
Appearance: Kerrigan wears an orange jumpsuit, standard prisoner attire. He is African-American, has unkempt hair and a muscular frame. He has multiple blue tattoos on his arms and legs.
His codename is "The Boss".
Marcus "Marc" Hale:
Backstory: Despite being described as a thug, Marc Hale has an IQ of 150 and got a Master's Degree in mechanical engineering. Despite his great mind, Hale was never one for social skills. A bully, a misfit and codescending as hell, Hale was fired from 7 jobs (which included being a university professor). Falling back on his college friend, he joined him in a failed bank robbery, leading to their arrest. Hale believes in 47's existence, and even included a barcode tattoo at the back of his head. Despite being far more competent than Kerrigan, he lacks the loyalty and kindness to his crew, and would likely abandon them to save his own skin.
Behaviour: Hale spends the entire time inside a solitary cell the size of a queen size bed. Though he is helpless, the area is monitored by security who will strike if they see you enter (unless you are a guard, the warden or the health inspector). If you leave an opening for him as a guard, he will dash out and try to escape, which would usually end in failure unless you knock out the guards for him. As the warden, you can free Hale and send him to the cellblock, but he would hang around the prisoners and be hard to kill except for the pipe bomb opportunity.
Appearance: Hale wears a straightjacket and a light grey jumpsuit. His appearance resembles 47's. He has a Blue Hog tattoo on his chest.
His codename is "The Prisoner."
The Boxing Match: Kerrigan runs a boxing match every afternoon. How thrilling.
According to the prisoner, Kerrigan loves revisiting his days as a boxer and showing off his might. He has an duel every now and then His opponent is David Bruiser, who broke his leg when he slipped in the shower. Kerrigan is anxious to fight but nobly lets Bruiser to take as much time to recover as he likes. Let's not keep the man waiting, 47.
Working is a Privilege: The jail forces inmates to do menial chores. May turn out more interesting than expected.
Blackford Penitentiary makes their prisoners do menial work to save money on cleaners and give the guards a break. Kerrigan has not done his share of cleaning the bathroom. Maybe we should remind him.
A Soldier's Regrets: A death row inmate whose execution is today. Could turn out interesting.
Former soldier George Kane is scheduled for execution for a multiple-homicide. His head will be covered in a mask during the execution. You won't mind helping a veteran, won't you, 47?
Escape Equipment: Kerrigan made a makeshift bomb to blow their way to freedom. Pretty impressive, I must say.
Kerrigan is crafting a pipe bomb to blow a hole to freedom in their escape plan. He left his work in the cell. How convenient.
Kill Kerrigan with poisoned cafeteria food.
Kill Kerrigan by drowning him in a toilet he is cleaning.
Kill Kerrigan by pushing him off the cellblock.
Kill Kerrigan by crushing him with a light.
Kill Kerrigan by blowing him up with his own explosive.
Kill Kerrigan by swapping him for a death row prisoner (electric chair).
Kill Hale with poisoned water.
Kill Hale by blowing up the solitary confinement room.
Drive Hale to suicide (banging his head against the floor) by tinkering with the lights and intercom.
Kill Hale by sicking the guards on him in his escape attempt.
Kill Hale by pushing off the roof in his escape attempt.