This mission introduces firearms (the pistol to be exact) to the player, which the player keeps as a reward for successfully completing the mission. The mission also introduces Little Jacob, who will be important for the remainder of the game as a friend and source of jobs/missions.
Plot and Walkthrough
Roman is busy taking calls as Niko walks in, after they both talk about Niko's past in the army, to with Niko tries to change the conversation saying that he will say more when Roman have time, Roman asks Niko to pick up Little Jacob on Oneida Avenue in South Slopes.
Niko picks up "Little" Jacob Hughes and drives him over to Dillon Street in Schottler. Little Jacob has heard from Roman that Niko has experience with weapons, so Jacob asks him to watch over a meeting he has planned, and gives him a pistol (with 150 rounds) to do so. At the location of the meet, Little Jacob gets into position as Niko goes to the lookout spot.
Go to the lookout spot.
Wait for Little Jacob to get into position.
Three gang members turn up, but only one was expected. They open fire on Little Jacob, prompting Niko to open fire too.
After they are killed, another gang member appears on the roof. The player can shoot the man on the roof or can go down to the ground and pick up a brick and throw it at the gang member. This is not wise to do if the player doesn't have body armour.
After all the gangsters have been killed, Niko and Jacob escape the alley way with Little Jacob impressed with Niko's shooting skills. He then gives Niko his number so they can work together later on, and Niko then drives Little Jacob to the Homebrew Cafe.
Shortly after completing this mission, Niko will get a call from Roman welcoming him to the "family business". Niko can now call Roman anytime for cab-driving jobs.
Head into town. I don't give a fuck if the bridge is busy, you're a cab driver! Hey. Hello, Roman Bellic Enterprises... No. Mr. Bellic has stepped away from his office, can I take a message? Okay... great... no, I'm not gay. Yes, I'll... I'll tell him. Car Seven, head to South Slopes. Come on, where are you, Mohammad? Hello, Roman Bellic's offi... Shit. Fucking battery. This is chaos!
Okay. Yes... go pick up my friend, Little Jacob... he's a good man. Likes to smoke a bit. Look after him. He's on Oneida Avenue in South Slopes. Niko, man, we should talk some time - I'm a good listener.
Realness brother, you and me man Roman's cousin. Thanks, respect. This ras clot has a rukus with me bredren Real Badman de other day. I want to make peace, but Jah know what type of shit they might pull off.
This is fe me breda. Seen, Niko, seen. Can ya do me a favor? You see, Real Badman, me boss man, he get in a fight with these boys and I gots to go down te make peace. They got too fierce and I ain't sure this is gonna be an easy ting. Can you keep an eye on the meet with I's piece?
There is an SMG to pick up on a roof in the back alley where the mission takes place. It's a great chance to acquire a very strong weapon early in the game.
Also, take in note that if one had a Combat Pistol equipped, it will be replaced by the standard pistol given by Jacob. The player won't lose ammo, though.
Little Jacob's thick accent makes him almost unintelligible. It may be useful to have the subtitles turned on during missions featuring him, although he should be easy enough to understand after three or so missions with him.
The gangsters drop ammo when they're killed -- look for the red glow and be sure to pick them up before leaving the scene. The hostile gangsters mostly carry pistols, but they can also carry a Pump Shotgun and rarely, a Micro SMG.
The rival Jamaicans arriving at the meeting will be randomized models of the Hillside Posse.
Jacob's gunfire does no damage to his enemies. But Jacob will not get killed no matter how long the player takes to kill the goons. However, if the player walks away during the shootout, the mission will fail saying Jacob was killed.
Sometimes a glitch may happen, when Little Jacob will be killed if the player takes quite some time to kill the gang members. The glitch will most likely happen if the player used cheats.
The mission name may be a homophone of the tropical climate of Jamaica, and a slang term for weapons.
This is the first official appearance of Little Jacob (not counting his cameo in First Date).
The Ruiner that the other Jamaicans showed up in has a unique color not seen anywhere in the game.
The gangster's vehicle will often be parked in such a way that blocks the driveway where the player parked. Making matters worse, it may cause a traffic jam with police cars involved; be very careful when driving away.