The New York Adventures of Waka Gashira
"It was knowing innocent lives would be taken in the name of 'the family.'"
"Following multiple reports on his police radio receiver, Toni Cipriani picked up on a few radio transmissions regarding the hulking behemoth who supposedly ventured outside the city. Word of this info gave the street-racing mobster a hunch that the police officer L.Kennedy would not be far behind the hulking behemoth's trail. However, the police officer L.Kennedy would be far enough from the street-racing mobsters own trail. The potential encounters of enemies similar to this beast, and of that magnitude, had never been seen before, and with its arrival, Toni Cipriani had more than enough time to plan for their next inevitable encounter."
While still at the front of an aggressive manhunt, Toni Cipriani came up with a theory in which Mr. Osborn could end the terrors happening in New York City. With it, the conclusion would eventually arrive for the street-racing mobster and his unfortunate adventures. Random vigilantism, destruction to parts of the city, and fallen police officers in connection to the mafia became the norm for New York City within the past several months. Planning ahead of schedule, Toni Cipriani reviewed the requirements needed to infiltrate the Green Tangerine Industries. The blueprints were obtained by again cashing in on some "once in a lifetime favors" from important individuals who owed the street-racing mobster in the past. Once the calls from these favors were made and finalized, these plans became Toni Cipriani's next focus. Between the bounty on Toni Cipriani's head and wanting freedom from the mob's lifestyle, and street ties, a way out was what Toni Cipriani longed for most. Freedom could only be obtainable through the cost of Toni Cipriani's own genetic reconstruction, if the infiltration mission of the Green Tangerine Industries was successful.
During his plot to infiltrate the Green Tangerine Industries, Toni Cipriani now faced a new challenge. The New York Yakuza and their leader known as the Waka Gashira began making their presence known in the Big Apple. This leader had unmatched swordsmanship and managed to overthrow much of the rival gangs territory. Prior to Salvator's release from prison, Toni Cipriani worked closely with corrupt politicians. These corrupt politicians connected Toni Cipriani with the Waka Gashira's wife who plotted on the New York Yakuza's demise. When the Waka Gashira's wife first sought out and contacted the street racing mobster, there had been a discreet aura over the entire plot. There could be no connection between the New York Yakuza's wife, and the street-racing mobster in the end. Using the Waka Gashira wife's penthouse in secret to discuss further plans became a regular thing in order to prevent the expansion of the New York Yakuza clan.
Over the next few days, planning an infiltration, an all out gang war, and dealing with mob duties took its toll on Toni Cipriani. When the street-racing mobster was assigned his newest job, Toni Cipriani knew it would again change the face of New York City. Toni Cipriani was tasked with driving a rigged minivan into the tunnels and detonating explosives connecting all throughout the underground system of New York City. Toni Cipriani's boss Salvator wanted blood for his imprisonment, and finalizing this explosive plan would see it through. Killing off what remaining rival gangs were left wasn't the hardest part for the street-racing mobster however. It was knowing innocent lives would again be taken in the name of "the family." Escaping the scene was easier this time around for the street-racing mobster. Armored matted sports vehicles and fitted bulletproof disguises became part of Toni Cipriani's arsenal when facing against law enforcement now.