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Revision as of 03:41, 22 June 2020

Grand Theft Auto V affair
Deletegrandtheftautov.png
The location of the main battle
Date28 January - 5 February 2020 (8 days)
Location
Result Status quo ante bellum, did not escalate to war
Belligerents
AendereseFlag.png Aenderia
Flag of New Eiffel.svg New Eiffel
Flag of the Kingdom of Wegmat.svg Wegmat
PRPH flag.svg Ponderosa Hills

Flag of Paloma (2020 Redesign).svg Paloma

The Grand Theft Auto V affair was an affair between various micronationalists involving Leon Montan owning the game Grand Theft Auto V.

Background

Grand Theft Auto V is a 2013 action-adventure game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. The Entertainment Software Rating Board, also known as the ESRB, rated this game as mature, due to its use of blood, nudity, language, alcohol, etc[1]. On 26 January 2020, Leon Montan complained to TOES in regard to his slow download speed, when downloading the game. This was noticed by Lycon and was later confirmed by Leon Montan on 27 January 2020. As Leon Montan was 13 at the time, and the ESRB having jurisdiction in his area (that being North America), it would have been against the rating to play the game.

Timeline

Leon Montan playing Grand Theft Auto V on 27 January 2020.

On 28 January 2020, Jayden Lycon, the commander-in-chief of the Aenderian Coast Guard, issued a sarcastic warrant notice named "delete gta V"' stating that Montan would be arrested for downloading Grand Theft Auto V while being underage, despite having no jurisdiction over Montan.

the Aenderian Coast Guard issued a warrant that we found you downloading grand theft auto V but it says it is rated for mature and leon montan page says you are 13 so uninstall or else we will arrest u Jaydenfromcanada (talk) 01:31, 28 January 2020 (UTC)

User:Jaydenfromcanada

Zarel Smith of New Eiffel would also criticize Leon shortly after. A day later, the message was received by Leon Montan and he later responded, preparing the National Liberation Army to intervene Jayden Lycon's buttocks. The conversation was later forgotten.

On 4 February 2020, Aidan McGrath from Paloma intervened, criticizing Lycon for threatening to arrest Montan despite having no jurisdiction and that Lycon would just start even more drama. McGrath also challenged Lycon to do the same, as McGrath owned a copy of Grand Theft Auto and was lower than 18 (despite the fact that the game is rated 17 or over). Zarel Smith later threatened war between New Eiffel and Paloma, in which McGrath laughed at. After, Leon and Zarel told Aidan that the whole conflict was purely non-serious and a joke. Zarel would later inform that New Eiffel was mobilizing 200 troops armed with nerf guns, in an attempt to assassinate Leon, despite the fact that the United Armed Forces lacked the resources to fulfill such task. Cole Baird from Wegmat later criticized Montan for downloading the game and was planning to sue Rockstar Games for the bad game.

Aftermath

International reactions

References

  1. ESRB (n.d.) Grand Theft Auto V