"And I thought I was a loser! But this guy..."
— Mr. Martin

Mr. Martin is one of the townsfolk who reside in Old Bullworth Vale. His voice actor is unknown, as he was never credited in the Bully instruction manual.

Character Description[edit | edit source]

Mr. Martin has an auburn buzzcut. He wears a white dress shirt, black trousers and plain black sneakers. During the winter, he adds a brown sports jacket to his outfit.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Mr. Martin's main personality trait is his bitterness and anger. He claims he hates life and considers himself a jerk. He owns the seafood restaurant in Old Bullworth Vale, but he claims to be going through severe financial troubles, and is hopping from job to job. In unused mission dialogue he was working delivering plate glass, and Mr. Huntingdon was his boss. He warns the youth not to end up like him. Despite his apparent lack of prosperity he socializes with the wealthy citizens of Old Bullworth Vale rather than the blue collar townsfolk or the hobos.

Some of the things he says about his rotten home life match up with Wade Martin's complaints about his father. He is believed to be Christy Martin's father as well. He has an affair with Miss Kopke.

Role in game[edit | edit source]

Mr. Martin gives Jimmy an errand fetching crabs from the sea, presumably for his seafood restaurant. He has a very small role in Discretion Assured, where he is seen looking at one of the posters of Mandy.

When Mr. Martin has the affair with Ms. Kopke, Ms. Kopke's husband, Mr. Buckingham gives Jimmy an errand to get a picture of his wife Ms. Kopke in the act of cheating on him with Mr. Martin. In the errand Jimmy takes pictures of Ms. Kopke and Mr. Martin kissing outside the In-And-Out Motel.

Mr. Martin is one of Jimmy's customers both in his burger delivering errand and his paper route.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

When the Bully dialogue data files were cracked, only his mission dialogue (both used and unused) and dialogue for the crab fetching errand were found. As his dialogue is clearly complete within the game it's unknown whether this was a design oddity and the majority of his files are elsewhere, or if it was an error on the part of the person who compiled the Bully speech files for download.

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