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- U.L. Paper Missions

Grand Theft Auto 4 Walkthrough and Guide by Michael Monette  
 
 
 



Grand Theft Auto 4 Guide - U.L. Paper Missions (Algonquin)

Michelle will contact you sometime after the completion of “The Snow Storm” in Elizabeta's mission line. She wants to meet with you in Algonquin. Travel to the ‘?' in The Triangle and step into the marker there to begin.

Mission 1: Wrong is Right

Your target has an apartment back in Hove Beach. Make your way over there and step into the marker to enter. There's nothing suspicious here at first glance, so use the laptop on the coffe table to access the web and open Oleg's inbox. Read the e-mail with the subject “Meet me,” to learn of Oleg's whereabouts. He is meeting someone at a jewelry store in Hove Beach. Leave the house and drive to the jewelry store on Tulsa Street. Oleg promptly drives off; chase after him and wreck his car to force him to bail. Eliminate him to complete the mission.


Laptop

Jewelry Store

Mission 2: Portrait of a Killer

Travel to the ‘U' symbol on the radar and hit the marker there to accept another mission. You need to access a police computer. If there isn't a police car in the area, get in a car, dial 911 and have the police come to you. Wait until the officer gets out of his car, then step out of your own and steal the police car. Once you have a cap car, lose your wanted level and then access the police computer.

Since your contact has provided a photo of the target, you'll be able to use that to acquire some information. First select “Search Police Records,” then “Search by Photo.” Upload the photo and the target's information will appear onscreen. You're looking for one Adam Dimayev, whose hangout is the Kamayashev Import/Export in Broker. Mark the location on your map before exiting the menu. Afterwards, make your way to Dimayev's location, ready for a firefight.


Cop Car

Target

Dimayev and his associates must be eliminated to complete the mission. The place is packed with armed gunmen, so just strolling in would not be wise. Approach the hideout from the east, as doing so will allow you to use the tollbooth as cover. When the guys in the parking lot have been dealt with, climb up the tollbooth and then to the second level. Take cover behind one of the shipping containers and clear out the remaining enemies to complete the mission.


Kamayashev

Cover

Mission 3: Dust Off

Make your way to the Civilization Plaza in Lancet and drive into the marker there. You arrive just in time to spot the helicopter taking off. You must follow the helicopter to its landing zone. Drive after it until you reach the spot. Stealing the helicopter is your next task. Be sure to clear out the armed goons around the landing zone beforehand, or you'll have a hard time lifting off while getting shot at. Once you're in, fly the helicopter to the dropoff point and land on the marker there to complete the mission.


Landing Zone

Dropoff Point

Mission 4: Paper Trail

You will get a call from your contact at U.L. Paper sometime after “Dust Off.” This mission is automatically triggered after the call. You are to meet Little Jacob at the salvage yard in Northwood, Algonquin. When you reach the spot, get in the helicopter with Jacob and take off. The helicopter that's marked on your radar must be destroyed to complete this mission, however you are only permitted to shoot it down while it's flying over water. Jacob is packing an RPG, and since you're the one flying the helicopter, he has to take the shot.


Helicopter

Target

Continue to fly after the helicopter until it is far enough from civilization. At this point, you'll have to fly to the right of the target helicopter and at the same altitude to provide Jacob with a clear shot. If he misses at first, don't let up; he has plenty of ammo. Once the helicopter has been shot down, land on the marked location in Castle Gardens to complete the mission.



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Can anyone tell how to locate target chopper

Guest
Added 16th Nov 2013, ID #319739

 
eu nao conssigo completar essa missao e vou voando com o elicoptero e depois de mais oumenos uns dois minutos cloca q eu perdi o helicoptero como vou consseguir completsr essa missao

Guest
Added 24th May 2013, ID #284953

 
I have only done one mission for the U.L Paper company, the U doesn't seem to appear on my map.
Any help?

Mobster2120
Added 5th Feb 2013, ID #250775

 
Ok. So when it comes to taking the helicopter down on Paper Trail, it only gives me one shot. Im at the right altitude and to the right, but miss every time. And after my one shot, the mission ends and it says I failed. Whats going on?!

c4k3y666
Added 19th Jan 2013, ID #244084

 
[video]por une put

Guest
Added 10th Jan 2013, ID #240992

 
Press B on Xbox controller to focus on it dude worked 4 me (:

Guest
Added 3rd Sep 2012, ID #182776

 
I cant see the helicopter either. As soon as I get to the part where the lake is, it says that I've lost the target. I get to the right elevation and try to maintain it...still the same message. I dont understand it. I've been ignoring U.L. Paper snow storm mission since then and no blogs to explain in detail on exactly how to fly the chopper. Any help?

Guest
Added 26th Mar 2012, ID #126702

 
I can't follow the other heilcopter as I cant see it

Guest
Added 6th Mar 2012, ID #120882

 
mission #2: climb up the fire escape across the street on the south side. from there you can take out most of the thugs easily with a sniper rifle.

Guest
Added 27th Oct 2011, ID #83308

 
when i try this mission i push the left toggle forward and right trigger to move faster then when i get close enough i let up off the toggle and reduce my altitude with the LB but over all this mission is still tough

Guest
Added 8th Mar 2011, ID #31848

 
can someone plsss help me how to fly the helicopter more easily as it is very tough

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Added 24th Oct 2010, ID #16083

 
 
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