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'''Missions''' provide the narrative of ''[[Saints Row]]''.
 
'''Missions''' provide the narrative of ''[[Saints Row]]''.
:''For missions in other games in the ''Saints Row'' series, see [[Missions]].''
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:''For missions in other games in the [[Disambiguation:Saints Row#Main series|''Saints Row'' series]], see [[Missions]].''
:''For [[Strongholds]], a special type of mission in ''Saints Row'', see [[Strongholds in Saints Row]].''
 
   
== Description ==
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==Overview==
Missions are essentially {{wp|Level (video gaming)|levels}} that allow the player to progress the storyline of ''[[Saints Row]]''.
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[[Missions]] are essentially {{wp|Level (video gaming)|levels}} that allow progress through [[Saints Row#Plot|the storyline]] of ''[[Saints Row]]''.
   
After completing three missions and a [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Stronghold]] in the prologue (which serves as a tutorial), the game's missions become seperated over three different story arcs which concentrate on the [[3rd Street Saints]] efforts on conquering the other three gangs that own [[Stilwater]]: the [[Westside Rollerz]], [[Los Carnales]], and the [[Vice Kings]].
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Strongholds, or "Stronghold Missions", are non-storyline missions which unlock additional neighborhoods. Strongholds silently become available after some missions, must be completed in order to unlock the final mission of each arc, and have a separate map filter.
   
[[Respect]] is a form of currency that is used to start missions, and can be accumulated by playing [[Activities in Saints Row|Activities]], which unlock [[cash]], Respect, and [[Unlockables in Saints Row|other bonuses]] upon completion. Overall, there are 36 missions in ''Saints Row''.
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After completing three missions and a [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Stronghold]] in the prologue (which all serve as a tutorial), the game's missions become separated over three different story arcs which concentrate on the [[3rd Street Saints]]' efforts on conquering the other three gangs that own [[Stilwater]]: the [[Westside Rollerz]], [[Los Carnales]], and the [[Vice Kings]].
   
== 3rd Street Saints (prologue) ==
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[[Respect]] is a form of currency that is used to start missions, and can be accumulated by playing [[Activities in Saints Row|Activities]]; which also unlock [[cash]] and [[Unlockables in Saints Row|other bonuses]] upon completion. Overall, there are 36 missions in ''Saints Row''.
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==3rd Street Saints (prologue)==
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[[File:3rd Street Saints Missions listed in the Theater.png|thumb|333px]]
 
:''Main article: [[3rd Street Saints]]''
 
:''Main article: [[3rd Street Saints]]''
The [[3rd Street Saints]] prologue details [[the Protagonist]] joining the 3rd Street Saints gang and helping them retake [[Saint's Row District]] (also colloquially known as "the Row").
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The 3rd Street Saints prologue details [[Playa]] joining the 3rd Street Saints gang and helping them retake [[Saint's Row]] District (also colloquially known as "the Row").
   
The missions are available after watching the "[[The Streets of Stilwater]]" [[:Category:cutscenes|cutscene]], and consist of three tutorial missions and one Stronghold:
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The missions are available after watching the "[[The Streets of Stilwater]]" cutscene, and consist of three tutorial missions and one Stronghold:
   
=== Missions ===
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===Missions===
 
* [[Canonized]]
 
* [[Canonized]]
 
* [[Back to Basics]]
 
* [[Back to Basics]]
 
* [[Reclamation]]
 
* [[Reclamation]]
   
=== Stronghold ===
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===Stronghold===
This Carnales [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Strongholds]] must be completed before being allowed to start "[[Reclamation]]".
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This Carnales [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Stronghold]] must be completed before being allowed to start "[[Reclamation]]".
   
 
* [[Abandoned Storefront]] (unlocked after "[[Back to Basics]]")
 
* [[Abandoned Storefront]] (unlocked after "[[Back to Basics]]")
   
== Westside Rollerz ==
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==Westside Rollerz==
 
:''Main article: [[Westside Rollerz]]''
 
:''Main article: [[Westside Rollerz]]''
The [[Westside Rollerz]] story arc details [[the Protagonist]]'s efforts at taking down the Westside Rollerz, with help from [[Julius Little]], [[Troy Bradshaw|Troy]], and an undercover informant: [[Lin]].
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The Westside Rollerz story arc details [[Playa]]'s efforts at taking down the Westside Rollerz, with help from [[Julius Little]], [[Troy]], and an undercover informant: [[Lin]].
   
 
The missions are available at any time after completing the "[[Reclamation]]" mission, and the story arc consists of nine missions and four Strongholds:
 
The missions are available at any time after completing the "[[Reclamation]]" mission, and the story arc consists of nine missions and four Strongholds:
   
=== Missions ===
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===Missions===
 
* [[Stacking the Deck]]
 
* [[Stacking the Deck]]
 
* [[Samson's Surprise]]
 
* [[Samson's Surprise]]
* [[Guardian Angel]]
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* [[Guardian Angel (Mission)|Guardian Angel]]
 
* [[Escort Service]]
 
* [[Escort Service]]
 
* [[One Step Ahead]]
 
* [[One Step Ahead]]
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* [[Semi-Charmed Life]]
 
* [[Semi-Charmed Life]]
   
=== Strongholds ===
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===Strongholds===
 
These [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Strongholds]] must be completed before being allowed to start "[[Semi-Charmed Life]]".
 
These [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Strongholds]] must be completed before being allowed to start "[[Semi-Charmed Life]]".
   
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* [[Price's Mansion]] (unlocked after "[[No Time to Mourn]]")
 
* [[Price's Mansion]] (unlocked after "[[No Time to Mourn]]")
   
== Los Carnales ==
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==Los Carnales==
 
:''Main article: [[Los Carnales]]''
 
:''Main article: [[Los Carnales]]''
The [[Los Carnales|Carnales]] story arc details [[the Protagonist]]'s efforts at taking down Los Carnales, with help from [[Dexter Jackson|Dex]] and [[Troy Bradshaw|Troy]].
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The Carnales story arc details [[Playa]]'s efforts at taking down Los Carnales, with help from [[Dex]] and [[Troy]].
   
 
The missions are available at any time after completing the "[[Reclamation]]" mission, and the story arc consists of ten missions and five Strongholds (although "[[Abandoned Storefront]]" is a Carnales Stronghold, it is part of the prologue):
 
The missions are available at any time after completing the "[[Reclamation]]" mission, and the story arc consists of ten missions and five Strongholds (although "[[Abandoned Storefront]]" is a Carnales Stronghold, it is part of the prologue):
   
=== Missions ===
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===Missions===
 
* [[Crack Down]]
 
* [[Crack Down]]
 
* [[The Missing Shipment]]
 
* [[The Missing Shipment]]
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* [[What Goes Up...]]
 
* [[What Goes Up...]]
   
=== Strongholds ===
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===Strongholds===
 
These [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Strongholds]] must be completed before being allowed to start "[[What Goes Up...]]", with the exception of "[[Abandoned Storefront]]".
 
These [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Strongholds]] must be completed before being allowed to start "[[What Goes Up...]]", with the exception of "[[Abandoned Storefront]]".
   
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* [[Charlestown Warehouse]] (unlocked after "[[Possession with Intent]]")
 
* [[Charlestown Warehouse]] (unlocked after "[[Possession with Intent]]")
   
== Vice Kings ==
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==Vice Kings==
 
:''Main article: [[Vice Kings]]''
 
:''Main article: [[Vice Kings]]''
The [[Vice Kings]] story arc details [[the Protagonist]]'s efforts at taking down the Vice Kings, with help from [[Johnny Gat]], [[Dexter Jackson|Dex]], and even [[Benjamin King]] himself.
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The Vice Kings story arc details [[Playa]]'s efforts at taking down the Vice Kings, with help from [[Johnny Gat]], [[Dex]], and even [[Benjamin King]] himself.
   
 
The missions are available at any time after completing the "[[Reclamation]]" mission, and the story arc consists of eleven missions and five Strongholds:
 
The missions are available at any time after completing the "[[Reclamation]]" mission, and the story arc consists of eleven missions and five Strongholds:
   
=== Missions ===
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===Missions===
 
* [[Aisha's Favor]]
 
* [[Aisha's Favor]]
 
* [[...To Kingdom Come]]
 
* [[...To Kingdom Come]]
* [[Always Use Protection]]
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* [[Always Use Protection]] / [[No More Tricks]]
 
* [[Reinforcements]]
 
* [[Reinforcements]]
* [[Best Laid Plans...]]
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* [[Best Laid Plans...]] / [[Pulling Out]]
 
* [[Green With Envy]]
 
* [[Green With Envy]]
 
* [[3rd Street Vice Kings]]
 
* [[3rd Street Vice Kings]]
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* [[All the King's Men]]
 
* [[All the King's Men]]
   
=== Strongholds ===
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===Strongholds===
 
These [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Strongholds]] must be completed before being allowed to start "[[All the King's Men]]".
 
These [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Strongholds]] must be completed before being allowed to start "[[All the King's Men]]".
   
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* [[Waterfront Rooftop]] (unlocked after "[[For King and Country]]")
 
* [[Waterfront Rooftop]] (unlocked after "[[For King and Country]]")
   
== 3rd Street Saints (epilogue) ==
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==3rd Street Saints (epilogue)==
 
:''Main article: [[3rd Street Saints]]''
 
:''Main article: [[3rd Street Saints]]''
The [[3rd Street Saints]] epilogue details the efforts of [[the Protagonist]] (now second-in-command), [[Dexter Jackson|Dex]], and [[Johnny Gat]] trying to free their boss, [[Julius Little]], who has apparently been incarcerated by the [[Stilwater Police Department]].
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The 3rd Street Saints epilogue details the efforts of [[Playa]] (now second-in-command), [[Dex]], and [[Johnny Gat]] trying to free their boss, [[Julius Little]], who has apparently been incarcerated by the [[Stilwater Police Department]].
   
The missions are available after watching the "[[Battlefield Promotion]]" [[:Category:cutscenes|cutscene]] which plays after conquering all other gangs, and consist of just three missions - the last of which is essentially just a cutscene.
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The epilogue is available after watching the "[[Battlefield Promotion]]" cutscene which plays after conquering all other gangs, and consists of just three missions - the last of which is essentially just a cutscene.
   
=== Missions ===
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===Missions===
 
* [[Stuffing the Ballot]]
 
* [[Stuffing the Ballot]]
 
* [[Hail to the Chief]]
 
* [[Hail to the Chief]]
 
* [[Saints and Martyrs]] (erroneously known as "[[Salting the Earth]]", which is the name of the cutscene)
 
* [[Saints and Martyrs]] (erroneously known as "[[Salting the Earth]]", which is the name of the cutscene)
   
== Trivia ==
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==Trivia==
* Although a required mission as part of the Saints Row prologue, the "[[Abandoned Storefront]]" [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Stronghold]] is considered a [[Los Carnales|Carnales]] Stronghold.
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* Although a required mission as part of the Saints Row prologue, the "[[Abandoned Storefront]]" [[Strongholds in Saints Row|Stronghold]] is considered a [[Carnales]] Stronghold.
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Latest revision as of 22:11, October 14, 2019

Missions provide the narrative of Saints Row.

For missions in other games in the Saints Row series, see Missions.

OverviewEdit

Missions are essentially levels that allow progress through the storyline of Saints Row.

Strongholds, or "Stronghold Missions", are non-storyline missions which unlock additional neighborhoods. Strongholds silently become available after some missions, must be completed in order to unlock the final mission of each arc, and have a separate map filter.

After completing three missions and a Stronghold in the prologue (which all serve as a tutorial), the game's missions become separated over three different story arcs which concentrate on the 3rd Street Saints' efforts on conquering the other three gangs that own Stilwater: the Westside Rollerz, Los Carnales, and the Vice Kings.

Respect is a form of currency that is used to start missions, and can be accumulated by playing Activities; which also unlock cash and other bonuses upon completion. Overall, there are 36 missions in Saints Row.

3rd Street Saints (prologue)Edit

3rd Street Saints Missions listed in the Theater
Main article: 3rd Street Saints

The 3rd Street Saints prologue details Playa joining the 3rd Street Saints gang and helping them retake Saint's Row District (also colloquially known as "the Row").

The missions are available after watching the "The Streets of Stilwater" cutscene, and consist of three tutorial missions and one Stronghold:

MissionsEdit

StrongholdEdit

This Carnales Stronghold must be completed before being allowed to start "Reclamation".

Westside RollerzEdit

Main article: Westside Rollerz

The Westside Rollerz story arc details Playa's efforts at taking down the Westside Rollerz, with help from Julius Little, Troy, and an undercover informant: Lin.

The missions are available at any time after completing the "Reclamation" mission, and the story arc consists of nine missions and four Strongholds:

MissionsEdit

StrongholdsEdit

These Strongholds must be completed before being allowed to start "Semi-Charmed Life".

Los CarnalesEdit

Main article: Los Carnales

The Carnales story arc details Playa's efforts at taking down Los Carnales, with help from Dex and Troy.

The missions are available at any time after completing the "Reclamation" mission, and the story arc consists of ten missions and five Strongholds (although "Abandoned Storefront" is a Carnales Stronghold, it is part of the prologue):

MissionsEdit

StrongholdsEdit

These Strongholds must be completed before being allowed to start "What Goes Up...", with the exception of "Abandoned Storefront".

Vice KingsEdit

Main article: Vice Kings

The Vice Kings story arc details Playa's efforts at taking down the Vice Kings, with help from Johnny Gat, Dex, and even Benjamin King himself.

The missions are available at any time after completing the "Reclamation" mission, and the story arc consists of eleven missions and five Strongholds:

MissionsEdit

StrongholdsEdit

These Strongholds must be completed before being allowed to start "All the King's Men".

3rd Street Saints (epilogue)Edit

Main article: 3rd Street Saints

The 3rd Street Saints epilogue details the efforts of Playa (now second-in-command), Dex, and Johnny Gat trying to free their boss, Julius Little, who has apparently been incarcerated by the Stilwater Police Department.

The epilogue is available after watching the "Battlefield Promotion" cutscene which plays after conquering all other gangs, and consists of just three missions - the last of which is essentially just a cutscene.

MissionsEdit

TriviaEdit


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