Aldstone, starring the one and only John Cleese, has arrived in Washington to take care of the PAYDAY gang. He’ll make sure that the new Safe House is tidied up between heists, just like a butler should.
John Cleese brings Aldstone to life with his classic voice and british humour, and we’re ever so glad to have him as a part of the game!
the early 1900s when hoodlums, thugs and mobsters roamed the streets.
The original mobster that really made the criminal way of life something to strive for. A given member of the PAYDAY crew if he were alive today. But now you can at least cosplay him, making the police scared as they think they’ve seen a ghost.
The rival of Al Capone. Two men battling it out as the prohibition era turned booze into gold for anyone who could get their hands on some bottles of whiskey. Capone even tried gunning him down in the infamous Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre. But he failed.
Considered the "father of modern organized crime". Not clear why he’s nicknamed "Lucky", but he did managed to get arrested 25 times, but never spent one day in jail. And he survived a throat slashing as he refused to join another mob. Either way, he’s a true inspiration.
This is one tough cookie. The criminal part of St. Clair was born as she went through hell one dark night. After that, she dove deep into the shady world of illegality. But she was also an advocate for civil rights and police corruption. Like a modern day, twisted version of Robin Hood one might say.
The Judge Shotgun
Ksp 58 LMG
Chains had this beret custom made in preparation for a mercenary operation in West Africa. What he did while wearing it is something he won’t talk about, though.
Way back in the day, on a secret and highly dangerous mercenary mission in Southeast Asia, Chains acquired this old US Army helmet. No one knows who the previous owner was.
Lean, mean, green killing machine. The perfect mask to wear when you’re in a pickle and need to make like a banana and split. Be water, my friend.
This is an old souvenir that Chains keeps as a memory of two long, boring months spent in Central America doing VIP security after an armed coup. Effectively, it reminds him of the kind of military monotony that made him leave mercenary life behind.
That awkward moment when you ask for something ironically but then you get it anyway. Don’t make that face. You’re supposed to be happy!
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