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This article is about the motorcycle club. For other uses, see Angel.

The Angels of Death Motorcycle Club is an outlaw motorcycle club featured in Grand Theft Auto IV, The Ballad of Gay Tony, Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, and as the main antagonist gang in The Lost and Damned.

Description

The Angels of Death MC is an outlaw motorcycle club operating in Algonquin, Liberty City where they frequently hang out at their clubhouse located in North Holland. They receive Heroin from the Triads and deal Cocaine with the Spanish Lords. Similar to the relationship between the Albanian Mafia and the Ancelottis, the AOD act as extra muscle for the Triads.

Unlike The Lost MC, who in 2008 only have chapters in Liberty City and Alderney, the Angels of Death have numerous chapters including ones in the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, Canada, San Fierro, and Australia as well as one in nearly every American state. However, by 2013, their rivals pose a much bigger threat, expanding on both the East and West Coasts and throughout the Midwest, including chapters in Los Santos and Blaine County. The Angels of Death also have a themepark in Florida and sell branded merchandise such as bed linen, books, party sets, diapers and even dildos.

According to their official in-game website, angelsofdeathonline.com, the Angels of Death started in San Andreas in 1949 as a small riding club, later becoming a gang for people dissatisifed with a non-segregated society. Lester Arnold is the leader of the Angels of Death and was born in San Fierro, along with Road Captain Joe Jon Johnson.

Their favorite radio stations are Liberty City Hardcore, Liberty Rock Radio 97.8 and Anvil.

Events of GTA IV

In Grand Theft Auto IV, they are operating around Beechwood City, and can be seen around the Burger Shot and basketball court there. They can also be found in BOABO.

Events of TLAD

In The Lost and Damned, Angels of Death members do not spawn in Beechwood City or BOABO anymore, yet they only spawn around their clubhouse in North Holland. In TLAD Multiplayer, the player can enter the Angels of Death clubhouse.

Events of TBOGT

In The Ballad of Gay Tony, Angels of Death members do not spawn in Beechwood City but they do in BOABO. They also spawn in North Holland near their clubhouse and Northwood, near Luis' safehouse where they can be seen patrolling the streets and mingling with the residence. It should be noted that they only appear as pedestrians in TBoGT. They don't appear in any specific missions.

Given that they are a supposed white-supremacist MC, they seem quite out of place in this predominantly African American/Latino area.

Unlike the original game and the first DLC, Angels of Death members spawn frequently in North Holland, where it is supposed to be the North Holland Hustlers' gang territory.

Events of GTA Chinatown Wars

In Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, Hsin labels the Angels of Death as one potential suspect for the sabotage of the Triads. He hires Lester Leroc to team up with Huang Lee to investigate. Lester attempts to infiltrate into the gang in order to obtain intel, however the drugs and biking as part of the admission test is overwhelming for him, thus Huang assists by taking over on the biking stunts, attacking The Lost Brotherhood members and selling drugs. However, after having sex with Meredith, The Angels of Death leader's girlfriend, Lester learns that the gang is innocent in regard to the Triads' sabotage.

Events of GTA V and GTA Online

During a random event in Grand Theft Auto V, a member of The Lost MC tells the protagonist, (Michael or Franklin) that the Angels of Death are finished and that they have no longer any current chapter which means that the gang has been destroyed by The Lost during the time between 2009 and 2013. However this could just be a false bravado on the part of the member in an attempt to "talk up" his club. Subsequent references to the gang in GTA Online, however, debunk this, implying the AOD did indeed cease to exist between 2009 and 2013.

Although no members of the club or clubhouses are found in GTA Online, one of the clubhouse logos in the game is the Angels of Death emblem. The player is also able to purchase AoD clothing in any clothing store in the game.

The Angels of Death and the Lost MC's wars are also mentioned by Malc in GTA Online. He says "their wars" are like the wars in Los Santos (referencing The Families and Ballas rilvary).

Members

Mission Appearances

GTA IV
TLAD
GTA CW

Territory

This is a list of the areas where the Angels of Death appear throughout Liberty City.

Weapons of Choice

GTA IV and The Ballad of Gay Tony

They act and behave like civilians, only armed and aggressive.

The Lost and Damned

Full on gang members, arch enemies, will have more weaponry.

Influence

The Angels of Death appear to be based on the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, particularly from their name and location of founding (both originate from the west coast of the United States). According to a special Weazel News report, the Angels of Death claim that they are just a "social club," a hint to the Hells Angels who claim exactly the same thing about themselves; Both the Hells Angels and the Angels of Death have books written about them by their leaders.

The club's name may also be a reference to Josef Mengele, a Nazi physician who was nicknamed "the Angel of Death" due to the deadly human experiments he performed on prisoners of war at the Auschwitz concentration camp.

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Trivia

  • An OG Loc CD can be found next to the jukebox in the Angels of Death Clubhouse. This is somewhat ironic as the Angels of Death are supposedly a white supremacist gang.
  • The Lost always call Angels of Death members "Deadbeats". In the same way, The Lost members are called "Losers" by the AoD.
  • In GTA IV's Multiplayer "Mafiya Work" mode, Kenny Petrovic reveals that the leader of the AoD organization (Lester Arnold) has a bike which he calls "Sexy Charlie," and then orders it to be destroyed.
  • During gang wars in The Lost and Damned, Johnny sometimes yells "Go back to San Fierro" at Angels of Death members, referencing the fact that the club began in San Fierro.

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