Mrs. Richards

GTA 5 guide, walkthrough


A Chance Encounter

Available to: Trevor

Location: This mission unlocks after finishing the main storyline and choosing either Ending B or C. Switch to Trevor and head to his trailer in Sandy Shores after receiving a message from Ron. There, Trevor\’s elderly mother asks him to find a unique medicine for her.


Your goal is to steal a van containing Deludamol pills. However, the game doesn\’t provide a specific location, leaving you to find one on your own. Deludamol vans are often parked at hospitals and pharmacies throughout the game world, including the Dollar Pills pharmacy in Strawberry, south of Trevor\’s strip club. Once you\’ve acquired the van, bring it back to the trailer to find it empty of Trevor\’s mother.

Rewards: None

Requirements for 100% completion: None

FAQ

1. Who is Mrs. Richards?

Mrs. Richards is a fictional character created by the British author Roald Dahl. She appears in Dahl\’s short story \”The Visitor\”, which was first published in 1965. Mrs. Richards is an elderly woman who is staying at a hotel in Bournemouth. She is very demanding and complains about everything, from the noise of the seagulls to the quality of the food. She is also very forgetful, and often loses things like her glasses and her false teeth. Mrs. Richards is a memorable character because of her eccentricities and her difficult personality.

2. Why is Mrs. Richards important in \”The Visitor\”?

In \”The Visitor\”, Mrs. Richards plays an important role in the plot. She is the catalyst that sets off the chain of events that leads to the story\’s climax. When Mrs. Richards complains about the noise in her room, the hotel staff moves her to a new room. However, they accidentally move her to the room that is reserved for the elusive and mysterious \”visitor\”. This leads to a series of misunderstandings and mistaken identities that drive the narrative forward. Mrs. Richards is also important because she represents the type of person who is never satisfied and is always looking for something to complain about.

3. What can we learn from Mrs. Richards?

Mrs. Richards can teach us several things about human nature. Firstly, she reminds us that some people are never satisfied and will always find something to complain about. This can be frustrating for those around them, but it is important to remember that everyone has their own perspective and their own needs. Secondly, Mrs. Richards shows us the importance of being patient and understanding with others, even when they are difficult to deal with. Finally, Mrs. Richards is a reminder that every person has their own quirks and eccentricities, and we should try to accept and appreciate them for who they are.

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