According to the purge’s rules, all crime is legal. Following this rule, it is not illegal to attempt to stop the purge from occurring. You are the chief of the local police station with a righteous sense of justice.
Based on the most recent gtav video, how about an au where the fake ah crew has to move on after jack and Geoff die on a mission, so now Vagabond is the reluctant leader of Ramsey's lads who've always looked to the Gents for leadership.
And Ryan has always been Geoffs attack dog, never a leader, so he has extreme difficulty reigning in Gavin Michael and Jeremy, who are all trying to figure out how they function as a group without its leaders. Ryan has to now figure out how to /be/ a leader, so what type of leadership will actually speak to the lads in a way that they’d even listen to?
thought they were dead. There was a moment there where they’d really
thought it was over, thought Geoff and Jack had gone out together,
gutting the crew in one fell swoop. The job had been sideways from
the start, too rushed, too many loose ends, a disaster was almost
inevitable. They’re just lucky it wasn’t worse, lucky it wasn’t as
bad as it looks, so when Geoff and Jack are stable the Fake AH Crew
hold an intervention. Bully their bosses out of the city, tell them
they aren’t welcome back until they’ve had a proper holiday, free
form any stress or danger. Neither Geoff nor Jack are particularly
keen on the idea but the rest of the crew are entirely too proud of
least until the moment Ryan realises that he’s meant to step up and
be the responsible portion of the inner crew in their absence which,
no, thank you. No. Absolutely not. There’s been a mistake. It’s not
that Ryan can’t be a leader – the Vagabond was incredibly
successful all on his own, and he did his time bossing about various
guns-for-hire – it’s just that he knows exactly how undesirable the
job really is.
are some who think Ramsey has it made, dream of taking his role as
king of the city’s ruling crew, but Ryan doesn’t truly envy his
position for a second. The Lads are barely controllable on a good day
and unless he’s the victim of one of their stupider pranks Ryan’s
honestly never been interested in trying. Is often barely more than
an honorary Lad himself, egging them on and grinning into his mask as
Geoff tears at his own hair in frustration. So perhaps this is karma.
Perhaps this is why Geoff took one look back at them on his way to
board the plane and could only laugh and laugh. Because this? This is
Lads have always looked up to the Gents, and of course that extends
to Ryan as much as Geoff or Jack but that fond admiration means
nothing now. Normally the Lads respect Ryan just fine – the whole
crew’s pretty friendly and Ryan’s more than earned his place, the
push and shove between them is all camaraderie and good times, but that
was before Ryan was declared boss. Before he was given a role they
all relish in torturing Geoff over, before he became The Man. The one
to rail against, to undermine, to cast as the villain any time common
sense must prevail over idiocy. There’s no chance in hell they’re
just going to sit back and make it easy.
tries to just be himself with more authority and they spend the week
mimicking him like deranged parrots. He tried to yell them into
submission and they simply shout back at him completely uncowed;
between Geoff and Michael they’re all so desensitised to yelling it
barely registers. He turns to dog training manuals and almost wins
them over with various treats rewarding good behaviour, until the
Lads remember that they are, in fact, grown men who can source their
own treats. Ryan even tries, as a last resort, bringing out the
menace of the Vagabond in an attempt to rattle the little bastards
but barely makes it through the first sentence of his carefully
worded speech before they’re howling with laughter.
support crew do absolutely nothing to help. Well, no. They continue
to be the consummate professionals keeping this whole ridiculous
operation afloat, thank you very much, but when it comes to Ryan’s
misery they’ve got nothing to offer. All vague hums of sympathy when
he comes around to complain as though they’re not treating this shit
like the best kind of reality tv. Full of commiseration and free
advice like they they don’t all have money riding on every possible
outcome of this farce.
the end Ryan just gets on the Lads level and plays dirty; retaliates
to every prank with something far worse, refuses to engage when they
try to wind him up for their amusement and stops trying to emulate
the way Geoff leads. When they become too much he hurls pointed looks
of complete disappointment at Jeremy, sends Michael on endless
tedious milk runs and flat out sits on Gavin for almost two hours
until he gives in. Ryan comes up with jobs that are so odd and
entertaining the Lads can’t bring themselves to miss out on, and
maybe their laughter at the oddity of Ryan as their boss never really
fades away but it simmers down to amused looks and shared grins and
fuck, so long as they’re listening it’s close enough.
term as leader is a pretty equal spread of calm, careful planning for
hilariously extravagant jobs and bouts of unmitigated despair full of
creative insults and disturbing threats; I don’t care how pretty
it is Gavin, if you don’t put it back where you found it i’ll shove
it down your throat; Try it again you purple-haired little goblin I
dare you; Michael if this place is burning when I get back I will
fill your Adder with everything you love and drive it out to sea. It
is, without a doubt, the longest three months of Ryan’s life, bar
absolutely nothing. There are moments he enjoys, sure, but the second
Geoff and Jack return Ryan goes on a killing spree, wreaks havoc in a
bank and carefully promises the Lads that whatever duty was placed on
him not to strangle his charges for intolerable impudence has been
well and truly lifted.
Deku becomes a villain pretty young and All Might still hasn’t given up heroics because goddamnit he’s not ready to give up being All Might yet. All Might literally cannot fight Villain Deku at full power because this guy is just a KID and doesn’t he have GUARDIAN??? An Adult??? Someone to look after this sassy lost child who definitely shouldn’t be doing such illegal activities???
So All Might finds himself reluctantly stepping into Dad Might role whenever he fights the villain Deku because DAMNIT YOU HAVE YOUR WHOLE AMAZING LIFE AHEAD OF YOU STOP THESE ILLEGAL SHENANIGANS YOUNG MAN
And the whole time Deku can’t decide whether to feel patronized by All Might or thrive off his attention (it’s some unholy mixture of both and the whole time he’s just CONFUSED about his own feelings on the matter) all he knows for sure is that he wants All Might to acknowledge him and his abilities
The whole city is just trying to hold itself together since it’s best hero is apparently trying to parent this unruly villain into submission