Fences are special non-player characters in Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online that not only sell items to players, but also purchase ill-gotten goods. Two specialty fences are the Wagon fence, who will pay players for stolen wagons, and the Horse fence, who will pay players for stolen horses.
|Rhodes||Rhodes Fence||Unnamed Male||To the north of the town center|
|Van Horn Trading Post||Silas Crawford Wholesale & Retail||Silas Crawford|
|Saint Denis||Saint Denis Pawnbroker||Two Unnamed Frenchmen||At the Saint Denis Market in the east of the city|
|Emerald Ranch||Wagon Fence||Seamus||Trades with wagons and deals with usual transactions|
|Clemens Cove||Horse Fence - Davies Brotherƨ Superor Livestock Deelers||Clay and Clive Davies||Only trades with horses|
|Thieves' Landing||River Traders Pawn Shop||Unnamed Del Lobo||Only in Red Dead Online|
In addition to selling weapons, documents, kits, masks, provisions, and satchels, fences will also craft trinkets and talismans for players who provide the necessary components, for a price. The below table details these crafted items.
Seamus, the Wagon Fence, pays different amounts for different types of wagons.
|Horse Fence pays % of "base value"|
|Bond level 0||Bond level 1||Bond level 2||Bond level 3||Bond level 4|
- There are no fences in West Elizabeth and New Austin.
- Every time the player delivers a wagon to the fence their horse will be teleported next to the hitching post, even if it has been out of the whistling range.
- Seamus will always pay a sum of $15 for receiving a buggy, no matter the condition of it.
- While playing as John, the player can buy new satchels at any fence instead of having to craft them, as the player loses access to Pearson in the epilogue. This way has the advantage to not require crafting materials.