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Teddy Brown

Teddy Brown is a major character and one of the main antagonists featured in Red Dead Online.

History

Background

Teddy Brown is the brother of Grace Lancing and brother-in-law of Amos Lancing. He became notorious for being a thug and a "petty horse thief", operating his criminal activities in New Austin out of Fort Mercer.

Events of Red Dead Online

At some point in 1898, Brown murdered Philip LeClerk in Blackwater on the behalf of his sister, his brother-in-law, and Jeremiah Shaw, who wanted to take over his business. Brown got away with the murder after framing a bystander, though Philip's widow, Jessica LeClerk, eventually learned the truth and arranged for her assistant Horley to release the protagonist from prison so that they could help exact revenge.

Later, Brown and his gang find themselves under siege by the local authorities and a number of U.S. Marshals. With help from Horley and the protagonist's posse, who sport metal plated armor, they manage to break into Fort Mercer and kill most of Brown's men. Teddy himself confronts the intruders with his own set of metal plated armor but is ultimately outgunned and incapacitated during the battle.

After the shootout ends, Jessica arrives, furiously demanding a confession. While Teddy admits to murdering her husband, expressing no remorse, and claiming that her husband begged for his life, he refuses to reveal who specifically ordered it. Angered by him, Jessica promptly shoots him in the head and Brown collapses dead on the ground.

Character

Personality

Teddy Brown shows himself to be a cruel and ruthless bandit, holding no regrets for his crimes or the murder of Philip LeClerk. Even in his last moments, he remained both spiteful towards the gunmen who brought him down as well as Jessica, mocking her dead husband.

Mission appearances

Red Dead Online

Trivia

  • While it is stated that he killed Philip LeClerk with a pistol and that he is known to carry it on his person, he is shown with a Schofield Revolver.

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