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Red Dead Redemption

2010 action-adventure game

Red Dead Redemption is a 2010 action-adventure game developed by Rockstar San Diego and published by Rockstar Games. A spiritual successor to 2004's Red Dead Revolver, it is the second game in the Red Dead series. Red Dead Redemption is set during the decline of the American frontier in the year 1911 and follows John Marston, a former outlaw whose wife and son are taken hostage by the government in ransom for his services as a hired gun. Having no other choice, Marston sets out to bring three members of his former gang to justice.

The game is played from a third-person perspective. The player may freely roam in its interactive open world, a fictionalized version of the Western United States and Mexico, primarily by horseback and on foot. Gunfights emphasize a gunslinger gameplay mechanic called "Dead Eye" that allows players to mark multiple shooting targets on enemies in slow motion. The game makes use of a morality system, by which the player's actions in the game affect their character's levels of honor and fame and how other characters respond to the player. An online multiplayer mode is included with the game, allowing up to 16 players to engage in both cooperative and competitive gameplay in a recreation of the single-player setting.

The game's development lasted over five years, and it became one of the most expensive video games ever made. The working hours and managerial style of the studio during development was met with public complaints from staff members. Rockstar improved its proprietary game engine to increase its technological capabilities. The development team conducted extensive research, visiting historical American landmarks and analyzing classic Western films, to achieve realism while creating the game. The team hired professional actors to perform the body movements through motion capture. Red Dead Redemption features an original score composed by Bill Elm and Woody Jackson. The game's development received controversy following accusations of unethical working practices.

The game was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May 2010. It received critical acclaim for its visuals, music, performances, gameplay, and story, and shipped over 15 million copies by 2017. It won several year-end accolades, including Game of the Year awards from several gaming publications, and is considered by critics as one of the greatest video games ever made. After the game's release, several downloadable content additions were released; Undead Nightmare, later released as a standalone game, added a new single-player experience in which Marston searches for a cure for an infectious zombie plague. A prequel, Red Dead Redemption 2, was released in October 2018.

Gameplay[edit]

Red Dead Redemption is a Western-themed action-adventure game played from a third-person perspective. The player controls John Marston and completes missions—linear scenarios with set objectives—to progress through the story; in the game's epilogue, the player controls John's son Jack.[2] Outside of missions, players may freely roam the open world environment, consisting of the American states New Austin and West Elizabeth—fictionalized versions of the Western United States—and the fictional Mexican state of Nuevo Paraíso.[3] Different breeds of horses are the main forms of transportation, each with different attributes. Horses must be tamed in the wild or stolen in order to use them.[4] The player can utilize trains and carriages for quick travel,[5] The game's undeveloped land makes up the largest portion of the game world, featuring various rugged and vast landscapes with occasional travelers, bandits, and wildlife. Urban settlements range from isolated farmhouses to crowded towns.[6]

Red Dead Redemption features a cover system that lets the player hide behind objects and reach out to fire on people and animals.

The player can witness and partake in random events as they explore the game world, including public hangings, ambushes, pleas for assistance, encounters with strangers, ride-by shootings, and dangerous animal attacks. Optional side activities are also available, such as dueling, bounty hunting, herb collecting, gambling, and hunting. Red Dead Redemption uses an Honor system, which measures how the player's actions are perceived in terms of morality. Morally positive deeds, such as capturing an outlaw alive or saving a stranger, will add up to the player's Honor. Conversely, negative choices such as murder will subtract from the player's Honor. This works in conjunction with the Fame system, which affects how non-player characters (NPCs) react to the player based on their Honor.[7] If the player has high Honor, NPCs will greet them and they will receive discounts in some stores;[8] if low, NPCs will act insecure and establishments may close their doors. The player can disguise themselves by wearing a bandana when performing criminal acts.[7]

Gunfights are an essential gameplay mechanic in Red Dead Redemption. The player can take cover, target a specific person or animal, blindfire, and free aim. Individual body parts can also be targeted, in order to take targets down non-lethally. Weapons consist of revolvers, pistols, rifles, shotguns, knives, explosives, and lassos.[1] Duels utilize a gunslinger gameplay mechanic known as Dead Eye, a targeting system that allows the player to slow down time and mark targets. Once the targeting sequence ends, the player fires to all marked locations in extremely quick succession.[9] The Dead Eye system upgrades as the player progresses and grants more abilities.

The game introduces the bounty system, a crime-governing mechanic inspired by Grand Theft Auto's wanted system. When the player commits a crime, witnesses run to the nearest police station. The player can either bribe or kill them before they reach the station, negating any consequences. Once the law is alerted, the Wanted meter appears with a bounty set on the player's head. The bounty grows higher as the player commits more crimes, and more lawmen will be sent to hunt them.[7] After committing enough crime, the U.S. Marshals or Mexican Army will be sent to the player's location. To evade law enforcement in pursuit, the player must escape a circular zone or kill all lawmen in a town. If the player escapes, bounty hunters will continue to track after them.[1] The bounty will remain on their head until they pay it at a telegraph station or present a pardon letter.[7]

The online multiplayer allows up to 16 players to engage in competitive and cooperative gameplay in a recreation of the single-player setting. Each game begins with a Mexican standoff, of which the survivors can move to any part of the battlefield in preparation for respawning enemies. Event types include deathmatch scenarios and capture the flag variants. Crates in the environment contain extra weapons, ammo, and other powerups. Players can level up and complete weapon challenges which earn them rewards such as new character models, golden weapon skins, new titles, and new breeds of animal mounts.[10] Multiplayer also features open-world gameplay, wherein players can form or join a group of up to eight players in a "posse" group and partake in hunting or attack other gangs or posses.[7] In some game modes, players are unable to kill each other.[11][b]

Plot[edit]

In 1911, the family of former outlaw John Marston (Rob Wiethoff) is kidnapped by Bureau of Investigation agents, Edgar Ross (Jim Bentley) and Archer Fordham (David Wilson Barnes), who force him to hunt down his former gang members in exchange for his family's return. John first goes after former ally Bill Williamson (Steve J. Palmer), who now leads his own gang that terrorizes the residents of New Austin. He arrives at Williamson's stronghold at Fort Mercer, but fails to persuade him to surrender, resulting in John being shot and left for dead. Rescued by local rancher Bonnie MacFarlane (Kimberly Irion), he helps her with several jobs around her farm in exchange for her kindness, while formulating a plan to attack Williamson's gang. John makes a number of allies to help him carry out the attack, including U.S. Marshal Leigh Johnson (Anthony De Longis), con artist Nigel West Dickens (Don Creech), treasure hunter Seth Briars (Kevin Glikmann), and an arms smuggler known as "Irish" (K. Harrison Sweeney), all of whom request his assistance with several jobs first. Ultimately, John and his allies storm Fort Mercer and kill all of Williamson's men, but learn that Williamson has fled to Mexico to seek help from Javier Escuella (Antonio Jaramillo), another former member of John's gang. John parts ways with his allies and travels to Mexico.

Upon his arrival in Nuevo Paraíso, John becomes involved in a local civil war between Colonel Agustín Allende (Gary Carlos Cervantes), the state's tyrannical ruler, and Abraham Reyes (Josh Segarra), the leader of a rebellion against Allende's government. John works with both sides in exchange for help in tracking down his targets. When Allende decides to turn on him, John is rescued by Reyes and vows to aid the rebels in gaining an advantage. During a raid on an Army fortress, the rebels help him find Escuella, who reveals that Williamson is under Allende's protection. After killing or capturing Escuella, John hands him over to Ross and Fordham. Reyes eventually leads an assault on Allende's palace, and John helps him chase and execute Allende and Williamson when they attempt to flee. Leaving Reyes to rule Nuevo Paraíso and lead his revolution to Mexico's capital, John returns to the United States.

In Blackwater, Ross and Fordham enlist John's help in tracking down Dutch van der Linde (Benjamin Byron Davis), his gang's former leader and John's surrogate father. Dutch has recently formed a new gang made out of disaffected Native Americans, with whom he shares a hatred for the government and modernization. Aided by Ross's associates, John finds Dutch's stronghold in the mountains. After helping Ross and Fordham thwart Dutch's robbery of the Blackwater Bank, John partakes in the U.S. Army's assault on Dutch's stronghold. Chased to a cliff, Dutch concedes defeat and warns John that the Bureau will not give him peace, before committing suicide. Afterward, Ross honors their agreement and allows John to be reunited with his family.

Returning to his ranch, John reunites with his wife Abigail (Sophia Marzocchi), son Jack (Josh Blaylock) and former gang member Uncle (Spider Madison) to attempt an honest life again. However, this peace is short-lived as Ross betrays John and leads a small army of Marshals and Bureau agents in an attack on his ranch. While he tries to fend them off, the attacking force proves to be too much to handle. After Uncle is killed, John sends his family away to safety and stays to confront the attackers, who leave after shooting him down. Three years later, in 1914, Jack buries Abigail after she dies and exacts revenge by killing the recently retired Ross.

Development[edit]

Rockstar Games extensively marketed Red Dead Redemption at trade shows and on billboard advertisements.

Rockstar San Diego began to develop Red Dead Redemption in 2005. Development was conducted by a team of more than 800 people, including Rockstar San Diego's core team and staff from parent company Rockstar Games' studios around the world.[12] The game runs on the proprietary Rockstar Advanced Game Engine (RAGE), which was improved for the game to improve its draw distance rendering capabilities.[13] The Euphoria and Bullet software handle additional animation and rendering tasks.[14] Having exhausted the use of previous hardware on other projects, Rockstar felt inspired after realizing the potential power of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.[15] Analyst estimations place the game's combined development and marketing budget between US$80 million and US$100 million, which would make it one of the most expensive video games ever made.[16] The game's development received controversy following accusations of unethical working practices at Rockstar San Diego, including twelve-hour workdays and six-day weeks, with a lower-than-the-industry-average salary increase.[17][18]

The open world was created to represent iconic features of the American frontier. Key members of the game world product team took research trips to Washington and the Library of Congress in their extensive research on the American frontier.[19] They also captured a multitude of photographs and analyzed various classic Western films.[14] The team considered creating the open world one of the most technically demanding aspect of the game's production, in terms of filling the world with enough content to interest players.[20] The team chose 1911 as the game's setting as they felt that exploring the transformation from "the old West" into a modern world was intriguing.[13] The team viewed Red Dead Redemption as a spiritual successor to Red Dead Revolver (2004),[21] and designed it to improve upon the gameplay mechanics. They sought to maintain the shooting mechanic and expand on other game features, attempting to achieve realism with every feature of the game.[14] In particular, the team faced a challenge in creating realistic movement for the horse, resulting in the engagement of a stunt horse to simulate movement for the designers.[22]

The cast's performances were mostly recorded using motion capture technology, with additional dialogue and sound effects recorded in a studio.[23] After an audition process, Rob Wiethoff was selected to portray John Marston.[24] John was developed to be a "family man".[25] The team created him as a nuanced character, as opposed to a straightforward hero or villain, to provide an interesting experience.[14]Red Dead Redemption also features an original score, which was composed by Bill Elm and Woody Jackson, collaborating with each other over fifteen months.[26] When researching music for inspiration, Jackson found that there was no "Western sound" in 1911; he felt that the soundtracks of 1960s Western films, such as Ennio Morricone's work on the Dollars Trilogy, was more representative of Western music.[27] Rockstar also consulted musicians who played traditional Western instruments, such as harmonica player Tommy Morgan.[28]

Though a technology demonstration was shown in 2005,[29]Red Dead Redemption was first formally announced by Rockstar Games on February 3, 2009.[30] The debut trailer was released on May 6, 2009, introducing the game's protagonist.[31] The game missed its original projected April 2010 release date, pushed back to May 18, 2010 to allow for further polishing.[32] To spur pre-order game sales, Rockstar collaborated with several retail outlets to provide pre-order bonuses. These included exclusive in-game outfits, weapons and horses,[33] as well as the game's official soundtrack.[34] Rockstar released a Facebook application, Red Dead Redemption: Gunslingers, in April 2010.[35] The following month, a machinima short film directed by John Hillcoat, titled Red Dead Redemption: The Man from Blackwater, was aired on Fox.[36]

Downloadable content (DLC) for the game was released following its launch. Outlaws to the End, released on June 22, 2010, added six cooperative side missions for multiplayer. Legends and Killers was released on August 10, 2010, and added multiplayer characters from Red Dead Revolver, as well as new map locations and a Tomahawk weapon. On September 21, 2010, Liars and Cheats added competitive multiplayer modes, minigames, characters, and a weapon.[37]Hunting and Trading, released on October 12, 2010, added a jackalope to the game's world, and some additional outfits.[38]Undead Nightmare adds a single-player campaign, set in a non-canonical, zombie apocalypse-themed alternate reality with ghost towns and cemeteries full of zombies, wherein John searches for a cure to the zombie outbreak.[39] It was released on October 26, 2010 as DLC and in late November as a standalone expansion pack.[40]Myths and Maverick released for free on September 13, 2011, adding additional characters and locations to the multiplayer.[41] A Game of the Year Edition containing all downloadable content was released for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on October 11, 2011, in North America and on October 14, 2011, internationally.[42] Additionally, Microsoft added the game to its backwards compatibility list for Xbox One platforms in July 2016,[43] and Sony added it to its PlayStation Now service in December 2016.[44]

Reception[edit]

Red Dead Redemption received "universal acclaim" from critics, according to review aggregator Metacritic.[45][46] It is among the highest-rated games on Metacritic,[51] and is ranked as the fifth-highest rated PlayStation 3 and seventh-highest rated Xbox 360 game.[52][53] Erik Brudvig of IGN described Red Dead Redemption as "a must-play" and "one of the deepest, most fun, and most gorgeous games around";[50]GamePro's Herrig named it Rockstar's best game to date, a culmination of their previous successes.[8] Simon Parkin of Eurogamer concluded that Red Dead Redemption was "a blockbuster video game: a string of cinematic set-pieces and flawed yet endearing characters nestled within an orthodox narrative structure, seasoned with generous pinches of extra-curricular tasks".[5]

IGN's Brudvig identified that Red Dead Redemption's narrative themes reflected modern society, including racism, government power, and immigration;[50] Will Tuttle of GameSpy found that they occasionally felt "preachy", but were typically more nuanced than expected.[49] Mike Channell of Official Xbox Magazine (OXM) considered the death of the Wild West a pressure that loomed over the narrative.[54] Matt Bertz of Game Informer felt that the narrative momentum suffered from the length of the missions in Mexico, but praised the game's ending for using a "sense of immersiveness only a video game can impart".[9]IGN's Brudvig similarly lauded the game's climax as one of the best in gaming.[50] Herring of GamePro was surprised by the likability of John Marston, describing him as "one of the more sympathetic antiheroes in recent memory".[8] He also felt that, despite being based on caricatures of Spaghetti Western films, the game's secondary characters were "interesting enough that they never feel contrived";[8] conversely, Paste reviewer Kirk Hamilton opined that the "clichéd and unlikeable" supporting characters undermined the narrative.[55]GameSpot's Justin Calvert applauded the detail of the "deeply flawed but very likable" Marston, noting that his scars and outfit made him feel more believable.[7] Brudvig of IGN wrote that Marston's motivations were occasionally confusing and felt alienated from the narrative.[50]

Bertz of Game Informer named Red Dead Redemption the "best-looking Rockstar game to date".[9]IGN's Brudvig lauded the environmental details and noted that the game's dynamic events and weather provided a rich experience for players.[50]GamePro's Herring considered the game's open world superior to its contemporaries, appreciating the change from Grand Theft Auto IV's "brown, muddy 'realism' filter".[8] Tuttle of GameSpy named the game's environment its most impressive element, praising the ecology and geography.[49] Parkin of Eurogamer noted that the world was as dense as Grand Theft Auto IV's Liberty City while maintaining the Western theme of isolation.[4]Edge felt that the world felt emptier than Liberty City, but "Rockstar proves far better at guiding your eye to the relevant parts".[6] Reviewers praised the side missions that appear throughout the game world;[4][9] Scott Sharkey of 1Up.com described them as "perfect little micro-dramas".[47]Edge wrote that the variety in side content avoided the repetition present in Assassin's Creed.[6]

Bertz of Game Informer wrote that Red Dead Redemption "tranpose[d] the Grand Theft Auto gameplay template onto a Wild West setting".[9]Good Game reviewer Stephanie Bendixsen felt that the game used the best elements of Grand Theft Auto IV.[58]GameSpot's Calvert lauded the bounty system for adding consequence to the player's actions.[7] The horseback controls received praise from critics;[9][59]GamePro's Herring found that they added authenticity.[8] Parkin of Eurogamer named the relationship between the player and their horse as among the game's greatest successes, but noted some awkward controls, particularly when running.[4]Edge felt that the Dead Eye mechanic "puts gunplay on a pedestal";[6] Brudvig of IGN wrote that it "makes you feel like a classic gunslinger".[50]Eurogamer's Parkin compared the combat favorably to Rockstar's previous titles, particularly praising the horseback shootouts, but criticized the "sticky and outdated" cover mechanic.[5] Bertz of Game Informer found the aiming and cover system to be as "airtight" as in Grand Theft Auto IV, and lauded the uniqueness of the weapons and animations.[9]OXM's Channell commended the variety and handling of the weaponry.[54]G4's Jake Gaskill opined that the Dead Eye "can feel a bit too powerful at times".[60]

GameSpy writer Tuttle found that the minimalist score added to the world's authenticity.[49] Herring of GamePro compared the soundtrack favorably to Ennio Morricone's work on the Dollars Trilogy.[8]Eurogamer's Parkin named it "standout", praising the use of multiple instruments.[5] Calvert of GameStop described the soundtrack as "superb", though noted that it "occasionally swells up without reason".[7]PSM3's Andy Hartup wrote that the music complemented the action and scenery, never feeling intrusive.[61]Paste's Hamilton thought that the score was integrated into the world seamlessly.[55] The game's vocal tracks also received praise;[61][62] the scene wherein Marston enters Mexico was described as "beautiful" by GamesRadar's Matt Cundy due to the use of the song "Far Away" by José González.[56]

Red Dead Redemption's multiplayer received mixed commentary. Bertz of Game Informer described it as "a fully featured complement" to the single-player.[9]GamePro's Herring praised the variety of modes and open gameplay, but noted that it put more responsibility on the players for keeping the game interesting.[8] Calvert of GameSpot felt that there was a lack in customization options for players.[7] Sharkey of 1Up.com criticized the leveling mechanics.[63]G4's Jake Gaskill echoed this sentiment, noting that the game often respawns players in close proximity to the opposition.[60]

Accolades[edit]

Red Dead Redemption received multiple nomination and awards from gaming publications, winning several Game of the Year awards. At the Spike Video Game Awards in 2010, the game received ten nominations and went on to win four awards: Game of the Year, Best Song in a Game ("Far Away"), Best Original Score, and Best DLC (Undead Nightmare).[64][65] The game earned eight nominations at the 14th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards and won five, including Action Game of the Year and Outstanding Character Performance for Wiethoff.[66][67] At the 11th Annual Game Developers Choice Awards, Red Dead Redemption won four awards of five nominations, including Game of the Year and Best Game Design.[68][69] The game was not nominated for any of the jury-based awards at the British Academy Games Awards as Rockstar did not submit it for consideration.[70] The game appeared on several year-end lists of the best games of 2010, receiving Game of the Year wins from outlets such as 1Up.com,[71]Computer and Video Games,[72]Digital Spy,[73]Gamasutra,[74]Game Informer,[75]GameSpot,[76]GameSpy,[77]GamesRadar,[78]Good Game,[79]The Guardian,[80]Kotaku,[81] and VentureBeat.[82]

Sales[edit]

Prior to the release of Red Dead Redemption, Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities estimated that it would need to sell at least 1.75 million units (generating US$80 million) to break-even, and 3.5 million units (US$160 million) to earn a profit. According to Joystiq, a source at Rockstar claimed that the game required four million sales to recoup development costs, but that the publisher expected to lose money and was more interested in proving the talent of Rockstar San Diego.[87]

Red Dead Redemption was the best-selling game of May 2010, selling over 1.5 million copies, according to the NPD Group.[88] It sold over five million copies in its first three weeks.[89] In June 2010, distributor Take-Two Interactive CEO Ben Feder stated that the game was nearing profitability for the company.[90] By September 2010, the game had shipped 6.9 million copies,[91] exceeding Take-Two's performance expectations for the quarter.[92] It was the fifth best-selling game of 2010;[93] the Xbox 360 version was the ninth best-selling individual platform game.[94] The game shipped 8.5 million copies in its first year,[95] and over 11 million copies by August 2011, 2 million of which were retail units of Undead Nightmare.[96] By February 2017, Red Dead Redemption had shipped over 15 million units.[95]

The game topped the charts in the United Kingdom following its release,[97] maintaining the top position until the release of Lego Harry Potter: Years 1–4 in June 2010.[98] According to GfK Chart-Track, 65 percent of UK sales in the first week were on Xbox 360.[99] The game was the fourth best-selling game in the United Kingdom in 2010, as well as the fourth best-selling PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 title.[100] The game sold over 95,000 units in its first week in Japan; the PlayStation 3 version was the fourth best-selling game of the week with over 70,000 sales, while the Xbox 360 version was seventh with over 25,000 sales.[101]

Legacy[edit]

Critics concurred that Red Dead Redemption was among the best games of the seventh generation of video game consoles.[102][103][104]Eurogamer's Dan Whitehead hoped the eighth generation of consoles would offer "similarly powerful experiences".[102] In September 2013, IGN ranked Red Dead Redemption the fifth-best PlayStation 3 and seventh-best Xbox 360 game.[105][106] In February 2015, GamesRadar ranked it sixth on its list of best games, recognizing its superiority in narrative over Rockstar's 2013 title Grand Theft Auto V.[107] In July 2015, the game ranked tenth on USgamer's "The 15 Best Games Since 2000" list; Jaz Rignall described it as "one of the finest open world games so far seen", praising its gameplay, visuals, soundtrack, narrative, and characterization.[108]GamesRadar+ named it the fourth-best game of the decade in December 2019, comparing it favorably to other sandbox gamesGrand Theft Auto V and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (2015).[109] The game ranked high on several best game lists determined by the public; it featured seventh on Good Game's "Top 100 Games" list, and fifth on IGN's "Games of a Generation" list, as voted by the program and website's respective audiences.[110][111]

A prequel, Red Dead Redemption 2, was released in October 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game's main story is set in 1899, 12 years before Red Dead Redemption, and depicts John's life as part of Dutch's gang alongside Bill, Javier, Uncle, Abigail, and Jack. Players control fellow gang member Arthur Morgan.[112]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcRed Dead Redemption (Game manual). Rockstar San Diego. Rockstar San Diego. 2010.CS1 maint: others (link)
  2. ^Alexandra, Heather (May 10, 2018). "I Love Red Dead Redemption, But I Don't Want To See John Marston Again". Kotaku. G/O Media. Archived from the original on May 10, 2018. Retrieved May 30, 2020.
  3. ^Robinson, Martin (May 9, 2012). "Red Dead Redemption: Into the Wild". IGN. Ziff Davis. Archived from the original on August 27, 2012. Retrieved May 30, 2020.
  4. ^ abcdParkin, Simon (May 17, 2010). "Red Dead Redemption Review". Eurogamer. Gamer Network. p. 2. Archived from the original on May 20, 2010. Retrieved May 29, 2020.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
  5. ^ abcdeParkin, Simon (May 17, 2010). "Red Dead Redemption Review". Eurogamer. Gamer Network. p. 3. Archived from the original on May 20, 2010. Retrieved May 29, 2020.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
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Colt Morgan was a well known bounty. When the shootout in Blackwater happen. Colt was asked to help hunt down the Van Der Linde Gang. When he catches up to them what will he do and who can he save.

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1957 New York. Charlotte Balfour is 85 and dying. She reveals to her daughter on her death bed about Arthur Morgan and what he meant to her. This is a minor character in RDR 2 from a side mission you can play as Arthur. It is one of the most endearing missions in the game and it signifies how Arthur touched the lives of so many. Even if he didn't realize it.

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"She hadn't realized—and she didn't think he had either—that he could be so gentle and pensive. He was so enthralled and mystified by their son—so clearly enraptured by love for him, that his jaw hung open and his voice was completely swept away. She knew right then. She was desperately in love with this man." Arthur's experiences w/ Eliza & Isaac. Mid-quel to "Disaster Road."

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The Stag and The Houndby Robyn001reviews
"I know that you suffered and I'm sorry. I know there's no forgiveness for what we did to you" said the old man. She sighed. "Surely I can't forget what you did Hosea, what YOU ALL did. And I am so tired of carrying around the burden of regret. I tried to forgive you, I really did. But I can't pretend that what happened is gone forever because it's not..."

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Took place at the near end of "The Last Enemy Shall Be Destroyed." John's last thoughts and realized of what had led all of this to happen to him and his family.

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She thought that by meeting him would give life and adventure. Instead it brought the point of no return, where reality and hardships are a constant struggle. Follow as Lucy Bennett finds redemption leads down an unmarked love and anguish, and hurt. All she wanted, after all those years, it was always about the taste of Morgan, and she couldn't resist after only one.

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A Needle in a Bandits Stackby Sojiku
Arthur finds a strange man in the not so snowy outskirts of Colter. A man with a lot of blood in his ledger. But he ends up being a part of the clan, and Arthur doesn't know what to do about him. Also, his arrival will set a lot of things in motion.

Rated: T - English - Western/Romance - Chapters: 8 - Words: 17,374 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 8/25 - Published: 8/2 - [Arthur Morgan, OC] Charles, Kieran Duffy

Always With Youby Littfluffydino13
Prequel to Ride Or Die (SPOILER ALERT!) What happened after Arthur died? Where did he go? And who was the stag at the end of the game?

Rated: T - English - Spiritual/Family - Chapters: 1 - Words: 268 - Published: 8/21 - Arthur Morgan, John Marston, Micah Bell

And I'll be back again, and again and again and again and againby SplatDragonreviews
She'd died on that mountain. She'd swear of it, over and over, until she was blue in the face. And yet, somehow, she'd woken up in her bed, as though she'd never ended up back in her favorite video game, never tried to fix everything. But maybe she can try again and, this time, not alone.

Rated: T - English - Adventure/Family - Chapters: 3 - Words: 3,291 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 4 - Updated: 8/16 - Published: 4/8 - OC, Arthur Morgan

Brotherhoodby Emmitharreviews
No one had asked him if he wanted a brother. Yet here he was, trying to figure out how to deal with an unruly twelve year old, trying to do his part to contribute, and trying to understand where he belongs within this odd gang that had all but become his family. And it feels like the harder he tries, the further away he ends up. Arthur isn't a kid anymore, and he's trying to grow u

Rated: T - English - Angst/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 17 - Words: 56,234 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 10 - Follows: 10 - Updated: 8/9 - Published: 7/9 - Jo. Marston, Arthur Morgan, Dutch - Complete

And the piper led them astrayby SplatDragon
The piper dresses in / snow white / The piper acts as them

Rated: K+ - English - Tragedy/Poetry - Chapters: 1 - Words: 287 - Published: 8/8 - Micah Bell - Complete

Une vie de Hors-la-loiby O-DemonKill-Oreviews
La Chasseuse de prime Lawless traque sa cible Kieran Duffy pour étancher sa soif de vengeance sur les O'Driscoll. Mais alors que cette prime s'intensifiera en adrénaline, Lawless va découvrir la trahison qui se cache derrière le visage d'un vielle ami.

Rated: K+ - French - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 6 - Words: 13,036 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 8/5 - Published: 10/10/2019 - OC, Kieran Duffy

Kieran Duffy's Redemptionby Twigyzzreviews
have just played red dead story mode to the end for the sixth time, and i really just wish kieran got a better send off, sooo, im doing this now lol. Will Kieran survive in this alternative universe? Or will he keep his title as the unluckiest man to have lived. T for Swearing.

Rated: T - English - Western/Tragedy - Chapters: 2 - Words: 864 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 1 - Published: 8/4 - D. v. d. Linde, Arthur Morgan, Kieran Duffy, Mary-Beth G.

Folk as Need Savingby Lena86reviews
"We shoot fellers as need shooting... save fellers as need saving... and feed 'em as need feeding." Clementine Warren hasn't followed the most straight and narrow path, so she's not surprised to find herself slung across the back of a bounty hunter's horse and headed into Valentine. What is surprising is when a stranger intervenes.

Rated: T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 3 - Words: 11,712 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 7 - Follows: 8 - Updated: 8/2 - Published: 7/9 - [Arthur Morgan, OC]

The Way of Time (Red Dead Redemption 2)by Fedeipoxreviews
When Emily opened her eyes, for a moment she forgot she had made a strange kind of journey, an impossible kind of journey, a journey not in space but in time. What would you do in her place? Wouldn't you go crazy? It takes a great strength of both mind and body not to start crying out in desperation, and this is exactly the type of strength Emily had had that morning.

Rated: T - English - Western/Humor - Chapters: 9 - Words: 70,960 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 11 - Follows: 15 - Updated: 8/1 - Published: 6/11 - J. Escuella, D. v. d. Linde, Arthur Morgan, Charles

Safe and Soundby Flufferzreviews
After her mother dies Catherine Ross is sent to live with her Uncle. She tries to make the best of it only to be let down. All too soon, the little girl is forced to grow up and she learns life isn't easy or fair. Abandonment and abuse sour her view on life. Can one person truly change everything? A forbidden best friend is all she has in this world. Can it survive Edgar Ross?

Rated: T - English - Angst/Romance - Chapters: 40 - Words: 94,085 - Reviews: 122 - Favs: 75 - Follows: 78 - Updated: 7/29 - Published: 11/4/2012 - [Ja. Marston, OC] E. Ross

The Fallby LittleHoneyDewreviews
Amelia Cornwall. Her name assured her a lifetime of privileges and wealth. Yet, she found only dismay and isolation in the shadow of her father's fame. Ashamed and resentful of his daughter, Leviticus leaves her to the untamed city of Saint Denis. To the Van der Linde Gang it was a quick ransom and easy money. To her, it was a shot of redemption.

Rated: T - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 12 - Words: 30,964 - Reviews: 9 - Favs: 36 - Follows: 59 - Updated: 7/25 - Published: 2/8/2019 - [Arthur Morgan, OC] Dutch, John Marston

The adventures of frank shotgun tannen and ren soloby Ghost bravo 234
Summary two civil war vets and lifelong friends named frank shotgun tannen moved out to the western frontier to pursue their dreams of becoming bounty hunters as They roam across the west capturing outlaws

Rated: K - English - Western/Adventure - Chapters: 1 - Words: 654 - Published: 7/14 - OC

The Last Outlawby ThatTexasKidreviews
A collection of articles, journal entries, and vignettes from the life of famed historian, philosopher, author, journalist, and rancher John (Jack) Marston II. First chapter is an improved version of a now-deleted one-shot.

Rated: K+ - English - Western/Family - Chapters: 2 - Words: 2,326 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 11 - Updated: 7/12 - Published: 5/31 - A. Marston, Ja. Marston, OC, John Marston

Undead Nightmares 2by LittleHoneyDewreviews
Dutch, Arthur and the gang have been striving since coming to Horseshoe Overlook. They believe the worst is behind them, until a green moon rises and an unknown sickness spreads across the west, leading the dead to awake.

Rated: T - English - Adventure - Chapters: 9 - Words: 16,673 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 48 - Follows: 61 - Updated: 7/11 - Published: 2/9/2019 - Arthur Morgan, Dutch, John Marston, Charles

John Marston's Journalby WishIWouldreviews
A quick drabble inspired by a random event while I was playing. Minor spoilers for referencing game plot points. John reflects on his frustration at what he did versus what he should have done. May leave as just one entry, may continue with more as I continue to play. TW for violence violence against women/death.

Rated: K+ - English - Western - Chapters: 1 - Words: 440 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 7/11 - John Marston

Brotherby Jewel08reviews
Arthur Morgan and John Marston. Deer and Wolf. Sons of Dutch. But most importantly...brothers

Rated: K - English - Family/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,723 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 8 - Follows: 2 - Published: 7/10 - Arthur Morgan, John Marston - Complete

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