"Saints Row: The Third" Assassination: Lite 'Em Up

Updated on February 25, 2020
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Placing the emergency call. Not the assassin target on the phone book entry.Letting a rocket fly to finish of the hit quickly.
Placing the emergency call. Not the assassin target on the phone book entry.
Placing the emergency call. Not the assassin target on the phone book entry. | Source
Letting a rocket fly to finish of the hit quickly.
Letting a rocket fly to finish of the hit quickly. | Source

This guide will cover the "Lite 'Em Up" assassination target, given to the player by the contact Saint Rocco, within the video game, Saints Row: The Third, covering everything you need to know to complete this hit.

Target: Mike

Contact: Saint Rocco

Subject: Lite 'Em Up

Location: Rosen Oaks

Cash: $750

Respect: 150

Message: "This one's personal. Mike's a fireman who tried to burn down my poker den back in Stilwater. Now he's hiding from his debts in Steelport. Go to Rosen Oaks and activate 911 - Emergency in your contacts list and he and his new coworkers'll show"

Lite 'Em Up

This hit is one of the simpler assasin targets, especially since the directions are more or less spelled out for you in the attached message. Grab any vehicle and some homies, then drive out to Rosen Oaks. Once you are within the district, open up your phone book and you should see a new entry marked with the assassin target logo, which will be labeled Emergency Response.

Once you make the call, just hold your position and your target Mike will drive right to your location in his fire truck. The quickest way to down him is if you have the RPG, which allows you to jump out of your vehicle and wait until the firetruck parks before letting a rocket fly, taki8ng out the vehicle and your target in one large blast. Second to that, it is best to jack the firetruck in order to pull Mike out of it, before exiting again to gun him down in the streets so that he can't drive away, as chasing and running down a Firetruck is definitely not an easy task.

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