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[[File:Drive-ThruConfessionsChurch-GTASA-signage.png|thumb|The sign on the roof.]]{{Quote|What you do when you really need to get something off your chest, fast! The solution for the extremely devout, in a hurry.|GTA San Andreas Website.}}
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[[File:Drive-ThruConfessionsChurch-GTASA-signage.png|thumb|The sign on the roof.]]
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{{Quote|What you do when you really need to get something off your chest, fast! The solution for the extremely devout, in a hurry.|GTA San Andreas Website.}}
'''Drive-Thru Confessions''' is a church in [[Palomino Creek]], [[Red County]], [[San Andreas (3D Universe)|San Andreas]].
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'''Drive-Thru Confessions''' is a church featured in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]''.
 
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
The church is featured on [[Rockstar Games|Rockstar's]] site for [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] and it's slogan is "Park 'N' Pray". There is a small confessional booth and a driveway going up to it, implying that people can receive services from the confessional by driving up alongside it. A [[Romero]] may sometimes spawn in the driveway of the church and a [[Shovel]] can be found in the graveyard.
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The church is located in [[Palomino Creek]], [[Red County]], [[San Andreas (3D Universe)|San Andreas]]. There is a small confessional booth and a driveway going up to it, implying that people can receive services from the confessional by driving up alongside it. A [[Romero]] may sometimes spawn in the driveway of the church and a [[Shovel]] can be found in the graveyard. The church is inaccessible and plays no role in the storyline whatsoever. Though on closely noticing the tombstones, one can find the graves of Steven Mulholland and Scott Wilson, both were developers in Rockstar, the graves thus serve as an Easter Egg in the game. The church is also featured on the game's official website.
 
The church is inaccessible and plays no role in the storyline whatsoever.
 
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The sarcophagus at the end of the graveyard next to the church is strange, because its cover is shifted so the inside of the grave can be seen. A strange green glow can be seen emanating from the inside of the sarcophagus at night.
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*The sarcophagus at the end of the graveyard next to the church is strange because its cover is shifted which exposes the empty grave. A strange green glow can be seen emanating from the inside of the sarcophagus at night.
 
*It is worth noting that in the Saint's Row series of games, there is a business similar to Drive-Thru Confessions, which is known as Forgive and Forget. But instead of decoration, players can actually use it to lower their wanted level.
 
*It is worth noting that in the Saint's Row series of games, there is a business similar to Drive-Thru Confessions, which is known as Forgive and Forget. But instead of decoration, players can actually use it to lower their wanted level.
   
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[[Category:Places in Red County]]
 
[[Category:Places in Red County]]
 
[[Category:Cemeteries]]
 
[[Category:Cemeteries]]
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[[Category:Easter Eggs]]

Revision as of 11:21, June 4, 2018

DriveThruConfessionsChurch-GTASA-signage

The sign on the roof.

"What you do when you really need to get something off your chest, fast! The solution for the extremely devout, in a hurry."
―GTA San Andreas Website.

Drive-Thru Confessions is a church featured in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

Description

The church is located in Palomino Creek, Red County, San Andreas. There is a small confessional booth and a driveway going up to it, implying that people can receive services from the confessional by driving up alongside it. A Romero may sometimes spawn in the driveway of the church and a Shovel can be found in the graveyard. The church is inaccessible and plays no role in the storyline whatsoever. Though on closely noticing the tombstones, one can find the graves of Steven Mulholland and Scott Wilson, both were developers in Rockstar, the graves thus serve as an Easter Egg in the game. The church is also featured on the game's official website.

Gallery

Trivia

  • The sarcophagus at the end of the graveyard next to the church is strange because its cover is shifted which exposes the empty grave. A strange green glow can be seen emanating from the inside of the sarcophagus at night.
  • It is worth noting that in the Saint's Row series of games, there is a business similar to Drive-Thru Confessions, which is known as Forgive and Forget. But instead of decoration, players can actually use it to lower their wanted level.
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