|“||A dollar for your future... a dollar for your fate...||„|
|—Blind Man Cassidy|
Events of Red Dead Redemption 2
Blind Man Cassidy is a blind man who can be encountered throughout the world, begging for money from passers-by. The player can donate $1.00 to him, and in return he tells the player riddles that seemingly allude to either the protagonist's personality or to events in the game's story.
Cassidy is a short man with a hunched back and a cane, who can be seen wearing various outfits of ragged and worn-out clothes. The few strains of grey hair that remain on his head appear extremely dry and his beard unkempt and coarse. He carries a small metal tankard wherever he goes, in which he keeps the money donated to him.
To Arthur Morgan
|“||Old Blind Man Cassidy is not "Old Crazy Man Cassidy".||„|
|“||Bethink yourself before taking possession of another man's horse, for not all will go willingly.||„|
|“||Make your final moments your best moments, sir. Know glory and forget about shame.||„|
|“||You must decide between your past and other's future, friend. Decide, for it will be too late.||„|
|“||That which is killing you will help you, finally to see. And see clearly friend. See and hear.||„|
|“||Your father is seduced by the one with the forked tongue... it's no use hoping.||„|
|“||Your whole life, sir. You have followed the wrong star.||„|
|“||Your whole life is one of regret... but it can end better than it began.||„|
|“||Run from the seeker, sir. Run and keep running, or help others to run.||„|
|“||Even when all reason is lost, and all truth has become lie, you will stand firm. For loyalty is both your saving and your curse.||„|
|“||Be warned kind sir, surrounded by fields of fire and flesh, the devil will make his sacrifice.||„|
To John Marston
|“||Embrace those who love you, not the memory of those who pretended to.||„|
|“||They will come for you, friend. And when they do, you will not have a choice. But you have lived better than most.||„|
|“||Two strangers seek thee.. One from this world... perhaps one from another... One brings hatred... I'm not so sure what the other brings.||„|
- Although the Blind Man is always sincere, Arthur seems to find his riddles amusing or nonsensical, saying things such as: "Er, sure. Okay, mister" or "I'm not too sure what to make of that".