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  • I can understand the desire to simplify my edits on this page. However, there are other issues and even inaccuracies now. The Hatfield-McCoy feud was three decades long, not two. The McCoy family was actually not wealthy but were more lower class. And that particular feud was not even particularly Southern, and certainly not Western. There are other famous feuds more associated with the region that the game’s feud is clearly based on. Unless there’s a direct source indicating RockStar’s reference to it, I’d advise against leaving the article to state or imply that the Hatfield-McCoy feud is the only one that the Braithwaite-Gray feud is based on.

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  • Ah sorry, I read John Marston instead of Jack ^^

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  • Hi there :)

    I noticed recently that you removed a tidbit of trivia I had on Hosea's article and felt I should clarify it a bit. The newspaper clipping you were referring to was the one next to Arthur's bed, if I'm thinking right? I found one that told of a job he and Dutch did in Ohio. Specifically, you can find it in Hosea's room at the Shady Belle safe house. I would have noted where it could be found when I first added it, but I didn't know if you could find it in the other hideouts or not. I've searched high and low in my second playthrough and it seems that is the only place it spawns. I added it back to the article and noted where it could be found :)

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    • Probably to find out where Dutch, Micah, Bill, and Javier were, since they all continued being big name outlaws after the gang dissolved. 

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    • Fair point, hadn’t thought of that

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  • I hope you understand how illegal businesses are.  

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    Raziel Reaper
    Raziel Reaper closed this thread because:
    Hostile message, then edited to clear out evidence.
    20:11, November 30, 2018
  • As I understand the criminal gangs are business.

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    • I'll remove the "for no reason" part since it's so general that I couldn't possibly cite it off the top of my head.

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    • He says nothing about Heidi or Dutch killing her for no reason. He also says that his faith had been dead long before Blackwater. 

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    • There's this thing called "putting two and two together". Hosea is talking about his faith in Dutch's virtues and how it shattered during "Blackwater", which is slang for the Blackwater ferry heist, which has been constantly referenced in both games as the time Dutch snapped and killed an innocent. So obviously, Dutch killing Heidi was the final straw for Hosea. Yes, he immediately contradicts himself by saying it was dead long before that, but he mentioned Blackwater for a REASON. He's saying he was in denial for the longest time, but Dutch killing Heidi forced him to accept to truth.

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