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|“||I spent all my time running around making morons rich while my family fell apart and the woman I wanted died waiting for me to call!||„|
|~ Victor Vance|
Victor "Vic" Vance is the main protagonist of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, and minor but key character in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. He is also Lance's and Pete Vance's older brother, and was a corporal in the Army before Sergeant Jerry Martinez's betrayal.
He was voiced by Dorian Missick in Vice City Stories, and by Armando Riesco in Vice City.
Victor was the oldest of his two siblings. When Pete was sick of asthma, he joined the army but was kicked out because he was tricked by his sergeant Jerry Martinez. Throughout the game, he tries to make a living so he can pay for his brother's medical bill. He meets a woman named Louise and killed her abusive husband Marty when he tried to turn her into a prostitute. After that, he leads his own gang and Lance comes to Vice City to help him. Victor gets involved with the Mendez Brothers and eventually gets into a gang war. The Mendez Brothers kidnapped and killed Louise. In retaliation, Victor kills the brothers to avenge Louise. Two years later, Victor was killed in a deal with the Forellis by Ricardo Diaz.
- Victor is by far the first playable character to be killed in the 3D GTA Series.
- Unlike Most GTA Protagonists who start out as villains but turn good in the end, Vic starts out as a hero working in the military, but later becomes a criminal, drug dealer and murderer under the mind control of his brother Lance Vance. But then again, Vic does this only to help his disfunctional family, including his other brother Pete Vance who suffers from ashtma, and because he saw no other means of doing so after being discharged from the military.