GTA 4: The Ballad of Gay Tony – 100% Completion Guide

This guide will show you how to achieve 100% completion and all rewards for GTA: The Ballad of Gay Tony.

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Story Missions

To achieve 100% completion you have to complete a total of 26 Storyline missions (I Luv LC to Departure Time).

Drug Wars

After completing the mission “Snow Queen” Luis Lopez will be introduced to Drug Wars, Drug Wars are very similar to The Lost and Damned’s Gang Wars. There are 50 Drug Wars available but only 25 need to be completed for 100% completion. The objective is to retrieve the drugs, not to kill all enemies. For every 10 Drug Wars completed a new weapon will spawn in Luis’ apartment. Here is a list of all the weapons.

  • 10 Drug Wars – Pistol .44 
  • 20 Drug Wars – Advanced Machine Gun 
  • 30 Drug Wars – Automatic Shotgun 
  • 40 Drug Wars – Sticky Bombs 
  • 50 Drug Wars – Gold SMG

Sports or Activities

Cage Fighting

Cage Fighting is introduced by Santo during “Momma’s Boy”. You can fight for $100 or spectate for $50. The arena is located near Playboy X’s Penthouse. If Luis is knocked out he will be taken to the hospital, but Luis won’t lose money except the entrance fee. After round 3 oppenents will be wielding baseball bats or even knives. Beating all 6 rounds will reward Luis with $4,000. The best way to win a fight is to unarm the opponent and use his weapon.


There are 3 different Triathlon races in TBOGT. These triathlons are a lot more satisfying than GTA V’s because these Triathlons start with Parachuting, then a boat race and finally a supercar race with nitrous oxide. Unlike Beat the ©ock! from GTA San Andreas these triathlons are required for 100% completion. Finishing a triathlon in first place rewards luis with $1,000.

BASE Jumps

There are a total of 15 different BASE jump locations.You have to complete all of them for 100% completion. There are 3 different types of jumps: Target, Vehicle and Helicopter jumps. For completing all BASE jumping challenges a parachute will spawn in Luis’ apartment.

Other Sports

Luis has to win a game of Pool, Darts, Golf and Air Hockey against anyone.


Just like in TLAD and the Pigeons from GTA IV Luis has to hunt down some stationery Seagulls. For killing all 50 Seagulls Luis will be awarded with an APC at Yusuf Amir’s construction site. Here is a video that might help you find these damn seagulls.

Maisonette 9

Club Management

The Club management missions are only available after getting a call from Gay Tony and the objective of these missions is to supervise the club and assist celebrities. There are 8 of these missions. After completing the first mission Luis can keep the manager suit and it will be stored in his closet. Oh and for some reason you will most likely end up f**king Joni.


Luis has to dance ‘succesfully’ in the Maisonette 9 and in Hercules. Dancing is a lot like the mission “Life’s a Beach” from GTA: San Andreas.

Champagne Drinking Contest

When Luis enters the VIP room upstairs in the Maisonette 9 he can enter a drinking contest. The goal is to finish an entire bottle of champagne before the other finishes. To stop the drunk effect after the contest just go to the bar downstairs and take a shot.

Friends and Encounters


Luis has 2 good friends, Henrique Bardas and Armando Torres. Henrique can bring Luis bikes if he is ever in need of one and Armando can sell Luis cheap weapons. Luis has to take both of them to Air Hockey, Darts, Drinking, Eating, Golf, Pool and Strip Club


There are 3 random encounters in TBOGT. Arnaud can be found in front of the Viendemorte and the North of Fortside. He has 2 missions. Daisie Cash-Cooze can be found inside the Maisonette 9 and she has only 1 mission. Margot can be found in front of Hercules and in the Pier 45, she has 2 missions.

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