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At the beginning of the "Red Dead Redemption" mission of RDR2, Tilly says that Abigail has been captured by Agent Milton (a.k.a. Agent Moron) and is about to be "tried for murder". But I've been wondering... what kind of murder? Was it the murder of Leviticus Cornwall or of Col. Henry Favours? Whoever it was, I doubt that Abigail had anything to with the murder, and I'm quite positive she didn't kill both of them (it was Dutch who killed Cornwall, while Arthur was the one who killed Favours). I suppose that Agent Moron has perpetrated a trumped-up charge against her in order to lure the Van der Linde gang to him using Abigail as bait, and only Arthur and Sadie take the risk to save her.
Well, how about you? Do you think that Agent Moron's charge against Abigail is preposterous?
Why couldn't there be a prologue chapter in Red Dead Redemption 2 where we get to see how the gang was before the infamous Blackwater Massacre? Like maybe see how Davey, Mac and Jenny was like? Maybe they could be part of some minigames? Like Davey in Poker since he has the quote "Poker builds character" and Jenny loving Dominoes I believe and maybe Mac in Five Finger Fillet? Maybe some missions before we can do the Blackwater mission? What do you guys think? Would have that been awesome? Or maybe a prologue mission like in GTA V?
I made a post a while ago about a possible realistic gameplay but the question is: what type of Arthur should I be? I know I'm going to be honorable but what type of Arthur should I be? The honorable but still ruthless gunslinger who is willing to kill and hurt those who stand in the way of the gang or be a honorable man who is willing to spare people sometimes. I don't know, what do you guys think? Be realistic, I don't want a dishonorable at first but then honorable later in the end. And I'm only talking about Arthur, not John.
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I can't believe this but in Horseshoe, I was going to the horses when I spot Maggie (Lenny's horse) unsaddled. So I mounted up and laughed my ass off that I was stealing Lenny's horse. Have any of you had an experience where a gang member's horse was unsaddled so you have ridden it?
There is an app and website by the name of "Unofficial Map for RDR2" for IOS and "MapGenie: RDR2" for android. The app shows every point of interest, weapon, horse, rock carving, hats, and more. It also displays updated information on Madam Nazar's locations. They also have a website that can be viewed just like the app here: https://rdr2map.com/
So, I want to play a very realistic and kinda maybe hard gameplay of Red Dead Redemption 2 but the question is, what are going to be the rules? Now I know, I'll use the compass and no fast travel but what else? Maybe some changes in settings perhaps? What do you guys think?
So, I was doing "The Spines of America" the other day, and while me and Hosea was riding to Carmody Dell, we were riding fast so Hosea accidentally crashes into a wagon and when he got back on his horse, he actually tried to chase the guy he ran into and shoot him until I reached him and he followed me once more. That made me laugh so hard that my sister came into my room and told me to "shut it" because she was watching Netflix or whatever she was watching.
223 Votes in Poll
So i've played through the entire story of RDR 2 four times now. Getting every single ending and I've noticed something that many others might not have. I couldn't find anything on the wiki about this either. During Chapter 4, while the gang is sitting around a campfire. Dutch gives a passionate speech around the campfire at Shady Belle about freedom.
Literally, every single time I have played this, on all four of my playthroughs, every single time I have seen this scene. The speech occurs during a thunderstorm. And interestingly enough, a flash of lightning strikes when Dutch yells to the gang "We are gonna be free!" *cue thunder*
Almost as if to foreshadow what's to come, the end of Chapter 4 definitely marks the end of the gang so it's rather fitting. I even looked this scene up on Youtube and every video I watch of this scene playing out, a thunderstorm takes place and lightning occurs in line with Dutch's words. So this must be a scripted weather event to go with the speech. Very subtle move by Rockstar.
I noticed that the bartender of Blackwater Saloon appears to be a different person than Milford Weaver, the bartender in RDR1.
^Above is an image of the Blackwater bartender in 1907 in RDR2.
^And here is an image of Milford Weaver. They seem to be different people.
So I was wondering if anyone knew the name of this bartender, if he has one at all.
Attaching/Reattaching Horses to Wagons
It is annoying with the horses getting lose from the wagon you’re using. Rockstar Games should add this feature so whenever the horses that are attached to a wagon get lose, you can reattach them to the wagon. When you’re hunting, it’s useful to bring an empty wagon with so you can carry more than one heavy pelt (Elk, Bear, Moose, etc.).
Using Eagle Eye While Riding in Wagons
When you’re driving or riding a wagon, you can’t use Eagle Eye. Eagle Eye is a feature where it highlights animals and their tracks when pushing L3 and R3 at the same time. This needs to be added to Red Dead 2!