RE: A Lieutenant in a drug gang, misreads a situation killing his boss. This sparks an internal war eventually leading to the destruction of his gang, his death and the loss of their terroritary.

      CraigDGriffiths Singularity Posted on April 24, 2020 in Crime.
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        Have you considered changing the concept slightly? What if another lieutenant kills the boss, and he stands to take the blame. This way, his vie for power could become a means of survival rather than a murderous rampage for the sake of it.

        Singularity Answered on May 2, 2020.

        Then he would be a victim of circumstance. In the current version is he reaping what he sowed. He didn’t need much prompting to betray his boss and that is being repaid by more and more struggle and death.

        There is a “good guy” loyal to the old boss. As Dom the protagonist keeps his initial actions secret. Nick the good guys is killed to bring a sense of tragedy and concrete Dom as being bad.

        Thanks for the thought.

        on May 2, 2020.
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