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- Cesar's Missions

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Walkthrough and Guide

by Michael Monette  

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - Cesar's Missions

After completing the “Body Harvest” mission in The Truth's mission line, Cesar will phone you. You can then accept missions from him by stepping into the red marker outside of his trailer in Angel Pine, which is marked on the radar with a ‘CV' symbol.

Mission 1: King in Exile

You'll receive a call from Catalina after the cutscene. You have to help Catalina carry out another robbery, which means another long trip to Red County. You won't find her at the diner in Dillimore this time around though; instead she can be found at her place in Fern Ridge. Make your way to the ‘C' symbol on your radar and drive into the red marker to get started. Refer to the “Catalina” section for more info.

Catalina's Cabin

Mission 2: Wu Zi Mu

This is another waypoint race, similar to the “High Stakes, Low-rider” mission in Los Santos. You must hit the final waypoint while at the head of the pack to complete this mission. The track here is lengthier than the last, and mostly consists of dirt road, but this time you can use whatever type of car you wish. The Rancher seems to be the best suited for this race, as it controls very well off-road and is also fast enough to surpass the other cars in the race. There isn't a great selection of vehicles in the badlands, so definitely choose the Rancher over a Tahoma or Virgo, as those two are prone to spinouts.


Similar to the race in Los Santos, each waypoint here is marked with a directional arrow which signifies where you'll need to turn to reach the next one. You are against three other racers here; fortunately their cars aren't anything spectacular, and they usually keep to a slow pace, making them easy to get ahead of. There's really no need to go too fast once you're in first place, just concentrate on following the trail and hitting the next waypoint without spinning out or tipping your vehicle over. Remember, slow and steady wins the race. A spinout can knock you back to last place, so you'll have to speed up and take more chances to make up for lost ground in the event of one.

Final Waypoint

Mission 3: Farewell, My Love…

This race takes place right after “Wi Zi Mu.” You can't choose your car for this one, but luckily the one you're automatically strapped into is a pretty sweet ride. This track is a reverse of the track in the last race, and the three cars participating seem to be a bit quicker than your former opponents. Though more prone to spinouts, the ZR-250 is fast, so in some instances you can simply make a beeline for the next waypoint if the road is surrounded by field. Again, if you're ahead of the pack, there's no need to try to break any records; keep to a steady pace to ensure that you hit each waypoint without losing control.



Comments for - Cesar's Missions

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Nov 6th 2015 Guest AvatarGuest
what car is required foe wi zi mu
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Aug 21st 2015 carmelo154 Avatar carmelo154
how do you play it on this
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Apr 13th 2015 Guest AvatarGuest
I sum hw lyk d missions
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Dec 26th 2014 Guest AvatarGuest
I hate to say this, but in my opinion, these races are quite easy. You will just have to slow down during corners. Remember what people say, "Slow in, fast out". On straight lines, accelerate. Also, if you are not sure on which route to pick, slow down a bit to identify the next checkpoint, and then pick the route and hit the gas. You may slow down at several parts of the race, but don't go too slow.

Good luck for the races!
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Sep 12th 2014 Guest AvatarGuest
damn i hate cesar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Oct 16th 2013 Guest AvatarGuest
it is difficult
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Apr 6th 2013 CuzWeCAn Avatar CuzWeCAn
Well, I got out in first place before the hairy turn (right after the race starts, and the one that lands ya in the drink if you go on the left side of the road) and stayed 'slow and steady' since I didn't have "to worry about the other 3 cars". Uh...really? Didn't quite work that way.
It wasn't long before THEY ALL PASSED ME!!!. I stayed steady on speed but not too much until that happened then I had to speed up and spun out too much. Wound up crashing into a few trees and catching on fire. :( NOT THE BEST TIP...slow and steady doesn't really win the race in this mission.
Next time I'll know better.
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Jan 27th 2013 Guest AvatarGuest
Is there a way you can skip these missions?
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Jan 6th 2013 Guest AvatarGuest
Man I hate the last race.. i keep hitting spinouts and driving off cliffs
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Dec 29th 2012 Guest AvatarGuest
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Dec 3rd 2012 Guest AvatarGuest
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Feb 12th 2012 Guest AvatarGuest
If u use death vehicle on farewell, my love ur car explodes
real fast
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Jul 5th 2011 Guest AvatarGuest
after this no
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Dec 20th 2010 Guest AvatarGuest
are there more missons for ceaser
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Aug 9th 2010 Guest AvatarGuest
when does the the u know the missions after you complete the driving school?
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