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|image1 = Rdr marshals002.jpg
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|status = Active
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|members = [[Leigh Johnson]] <small>(1897-1914)</small><br>[[Bert Leverick]]<br>[[Earl Hollingsworth]]<br>[[Guy Crossfield]]<br>[[Isaac McKinnon]]<br>[[Marion Freel]]<br>[[Randolph Knox]]<br>[[Slim Grant]]<br>[[Tom Davies]]
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|affiliations = [[United States Army]]<br>[[Bureau of Investigation]]
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|location = United States
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|game = ''[[Red Dead Redemption]]''<br>''[[Red Dead Redemption 2]]''<br>''[[Red Dead Online]]''
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}}
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The '''United States Marshals Service''' is a form of [[Law Enforcement|law enforcement]] in ''[[Red Dead Redemption]]'' and ''[[Red Dead Redemption 2]]''.
   
[[File:Rdr_marshals002.jpg|300px|right]]
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'''Marshals''' are also a class of playable [[Multiplayer Characters|multiplayer characters]] in ''Redemption''.
   
The '''United States Marshals Service''' is a [[Factions in Redemption#U.S. Marshals|faction]] and form of [[Law Enforcement|law enforcement]] in ''[[Red Dead Redemption]]'' and ''[[Red Dead Redemption 2]]''. Marshals operate around each games' respective maps and are also called in to pursue players with high [[Bounty|bounties]] throughout the American portion of each games' map. "Marshals" is also a class of playable [[Multiplayer Characters|multiplayer characters]].
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== History ==
   
==Background==
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=== Background ===
The U.S. Marshal Service is the oldest American federal law enforcement office, the office being created by the first U.S. Congress in the Judiciary Act of 1789. Marshals in ''[[Red Dead Redemption|Redemption]] ''and ''[[Red Dead Redemption 2|Redemption 2]]'' are heartless and usually in charge of one county.
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The U.S. Marshal Service is the oldest American federal law enforcement office, the office being created by the first U.S. Congress in the Judiciary Act of 1789. Marshals in ''[[Red Dead Redemption|Redemption]]'' and ''[[Red Dead Redemption 2|Redemption 2]]'' are usually in charge of one county.
   
 
[[File:US Marshal Badge.png|250px|right]]
 
[[File:US Marshal Badge.png|250px|right]]
The most prominent marshal in the ''Red Dead Redemption'' story is [[Leigh Johnson]]; the Sheriff of [[Armadillo]]. In single player, the player can obtain the [[U.S. Marshal Outfit]].
 
   
==Bounties==
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=== Events of ''Red Dead Redemption'' ===
When the player has an active bounty and has killed at least 20 law officers, Marshals are called in to pursue the player in place of the local law enforcement. Marshals will not pursue the player into [[Nuevo Paraiso]], but can sometimes be found waiting at the border if the player tries to cross over to [[New Austin]] while the bounty is still active.
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Alongside the [[United States Army|U.S. Army]] and the [[Bureau of Investigation]], the Marshals led an [[The Last Enemy That Shall Be Destroyed|all-out assault]] on [[Beecher's Hope]], killing [[John Marston|John]] and [[Uncle]].
   
Similar to the first game, in ''Red Dead Redemption 2 ''Marshal's only start to come after the player has a high enough bounty and are called in to pursue the player in place of the local law enforcement.
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When playing as [[Jack Marston]], the player can obtain the [[US Marshal Uniform]]. Wearing it means that Jack is treated as part of the law and will not have to pay for stagecoaches.
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==Overview==
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When the player has an active bounty and has killed at least 20 law officers, Marshals are called in to pursue the player in place of the local law enforcement. Marshals will not pursue the player into [[Nuevo Paraíso]], but can sometimes be found waiting at the border if the player tries to cross over to [[New Austin]] while the bounty is still active.
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Similar to the first game, in ''Red Dead Redemption 2'' Marshals only start to pursue the player when they have a high enough bounty in place of the local law enforcement.
   
 
[[File:The US Marshal Badge.png|250px|right]]
 
[[File:The US Marshal Badge.png|250px|right]]
==Members==
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==Known members ==
 
=== ''Red Dead Redemption'' ===
 
=== ''Red Dead Redemption'' ===
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The most prominent Marshal in the ''Red Dead Redemption'' story is [[Leigh Johnson]], who is stationed in [[Armadillo]]. Others include:
 
* [[Bert Leverick]]
 
* [[Bert Leverick]]
 
* [[Earl Hollingsworth]]
 
* [[Earl Hollingsworth]]
 
* [[Guy Crossfield]]
 
* [[Guy Crossfield]]
 
* [[Isaac McKinnon]]
 
* [[Isaac McKinnon]]
* [[Leigh Johnson]]
 
 
* [[Marion Freel]]
 
* [[Marion Freel]]
 
* [[Randolph Knox]]
 
* [[Randolph Knox]]
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==== Deputy Marshals ====
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* [[Eli]]
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* [[Jonah]]
   
 
=== ''Red Dead Redemption 2'' ===
 
=== ''Red Dead Redemption 2'' ===
 
* [[Slim Grant]]
 
* [[Slim Grant]]
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* Fulkerton <ref>[[Tallulah Jetty Gang Killed]]</ref>
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==== Deputy Marshals ====
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* Tidwell <ref>[[Liquor Smuggled Into Indian Territory]]</ref>
   
 
=== ''Red Dead Online'' ===
 
=== ''Red Dead Online'' ===
 
* [[Tom Davies]]
 
* [[Tom Davies]]
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* Alan Peters <ref>[[Mac Farrelly]] Bounty Poster</ref>
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* Whitsickle <ref>[[Yukon Nik]] Bounty Hunt</ref>
   
 
==Multiplayer==
 
==Multiplayer==
Rockstar added Marshals as playable multiplayer characters on October 1st, 2010, giving access to eight characters in the [[Outfitter]]. For more information on these characters see the [[Multiplayer Characters#Marshals|Marshals section]] of the Multiplayer Characters page.
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Rockstar added Marshals as playable multiplayer characters on October 1st, 2010, giving access to eight characters in the [[Outfitter]]. The player can choose which individual Marshal they wish to play as.
   
As in single player, NPC Marshals will pursue characters with bounties in multiplayer.
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As in single player, NPC Marshals will pursue characters with bounties in multiplayer. When the player becomes a [[Public Enemy]], Marshals will often spawn near the player and start pursuing him\her. This can sometimes happen in the wild, though they often spawn relatively close to a town or settlement. It does, however, depend on the player's location.
   
When the player becomes a [[Public Enemy]], Marshals will often spawn near the player and start pursuing him\her. This can sometimes happen in the wild, though they often spawn relatively close to a town or settlement. It does, however, depend on the player's location.
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In Multiplayer, Marshals will not give the player a chance to surrender; they will shoot at the player on sight.
   
In Multiplayer, Marshals will not give the player a chance to surrender. They will shoot at the player on sight.
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== Mission appearances ==
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'''''Red Dead Redemption'''''
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* "[[Political Realities in Armadillo]]"
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* "[[Justice in Pike's Basin]]"
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* "[[Spare the Rod, Spoil the Bandit]]"
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* "[[Hanging Bonnie MacFarlane]]"
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* "[[The Assault on Fort Mercer]]"
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* "[[The Last Enemy That Shall Be Destroyed]]"
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'''''Red Dead Redemption 2'''''
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* "[[The Noblest of Men, and a Woman]]"
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*The U.S. Marshal badge is the symbol used for the third level of [[Legend]] in [[Redemption Multiplayer|multiplayer]].
 
*The U.S. Marshal badge is the symbol used for the third level of [[Legend]] in [[Redemption Multiplayer|multiplayer]].
*The [[Mexican Army]] acts as their counterpart in [[Nuevo Paraíso]].
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*The [[Mexican Army]] acts as their counterpart in [[Nuevo Paraíso]].
 
==Achievements==
 
Pursuit by Marshals is a factor in the following achievement/trophy:
 
 
{{Achievement
 
|Image = headingsouth.png
 
|Title = Heading South on a White Bronco
 
|Score = 5
 
|Trophy = <font COLOR="#CD7F32">Bronze</font>
 
|Desc = Evade the U.S. Marshals while riding the Hungarian Half-bred in single player.
 
}}
 
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery type="slideshow" widths="250" position="left">
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<gallery type="slideshow" widths="250" position="center" hideaddbutton="true" captionalign="center">
 
Image red dead redemption-12556-1780 0008.jpg|Marshals
 
Image red dead redemption-12556-1780 0008.jpg|Marshals
 
Rdr_earl_hollingsworth.jpg|Earl Hollingsworth
 
Rdr_earl_hollingsworth.jpg|Earl Hollingsworth
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Rdr marion freel.jpg
 
Rdr marion freel.jpg
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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==Achievements==
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Pursuit by Marshals is a factor in the following achievement/trophy:
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{{Achievement
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|Image = headingsouth.png
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|Title = Heading South on a White Bronco
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|Score = 5
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|Trophy = <font COLOR="#CD7F32">Bronze</font>
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|Desc = Evade the U.S. Marshals while riding the Hungarian Half-bred in single player.
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}}
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== References ==
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<references />[[de:Marshal (Gesetzeshüter)]]
 
[[Category:Factions in Redemption]]
 
[[Category:Factions in Redemption]]
 
[[Category:Factions in Redemption 2]]
 
[[Category:Factions in Redemption 2]]
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[[Category:Factions in Online]]

Latest revision as of 15:41, May 15, 2020

The United States Marshals Service is a form of law enforcement in Red Dead Redemption and Red Dead Redemption 2.

Marshals are also a class of playable multiplayer characters in Redemption.

History Edit

Background Edit

The U.S. Marshal Service is the oldest American federal law enforcement office, the office being created by the first U.S. Congress in the Judiciary Act of 1789. Marshals in Redemption and Redemption 2 are usually in charge of one county.

US Marshal Badge

Events of Red Dead Redemption Edit

Alongside the U.S. Army and the Bureau of Investigation, the Marshals led an all-out assault on Beecher's Hope, killing John and Uncle.

When playing as Jack Marston, the player can obtain the US Marshal Uniform. Wearing it means that Jack is treated as part of the law and will not have to pay for stagecoaches.

OverviewEdit

When the player has an active bounty and has killed at least 20 law officers, Marshals are called in to pursue the player in place of the local law enforcement. Marshals will not pursue the player into Nuevo Paraíso, but can sometimes be found waiting at the border if the player tries to cross over to New Austin while the bounty is still active.

Similar to the first game, in Red Dead Redemption 2 Marshals only start to pursue the player when they have a high enough bounty in place of the local law enforcement.

The US Marshal Badge

Known members Edit

Red Dead Redemption Edit

The most prominent Marshal in the Red Dead Redemption story is Leigh Johnson, who is stationed in Armadillo. Others include:

Deputy Marshals Edit

Red Dead Redemption 2 Edit

Deputy Marshals Edit

Red Dead Online Edit

MultiplayerEdit

Rockstar added Marshals as playable multiplayer characters on October 1st, 2010, giving access to eight characters in the Outfitter. The player can choose which individual Marshal they wish to play as.

As in single player, NPC Marshals will pursue characters with bounties in multiplayer. When the player becomes a Public Enemy, Marshals will often spawn near the player and start pursuing him\her. This can sometimes happen in the wild, though they often spawn relatively close to a town or settlement. It does, however, depend on the player's location.

In Multiplayer, Marshals will not give the player a chance to surrender; they will shoot at the player on sight.

Mission appearances Edit

Red Dead Redemption

Red Dead Redemption 2

TriviaEdit

GalleryEdit

AchievementsEdit

Pursuit by Marshals is a factor in the following achievement/trophy:

Headingsouth
5 gamerscoreGamerscore
Bronze bronzeBronze
Evade the U.S. Marshals while riding the Hungarian Half-bred in single player.


References Edit

  1. Tallulah Jetty Gang Killed
  2. Liquor Smuggled Into Indian Territory
  3. Mac Farrelly Bounty Poster
  4. Yukon Nik Bounty Hunt
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