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Enter, Pursued by a Memory

John Marsden is the main character in the first Red Dead Redemption game. At the start of Red Dead Redemption 2 it falls to Arthur and Javiar to go out searching for John, who according to Abigail, has not been seen for two days.

As they set out Javiar tells Arthur that, the last he knew, John was headed up the river. The two ride north from Colter, up Spider Gorge. They find what appears to be John’s last campsite, no more than a few hours old, at the headwaters of the river and follow his trail from there.

This is another part of the tutorial, giving you information on your horse’s health and on maintaining your stamia and giving you some experience with fighting some wolves.

Note: The chasm is quite impressive when you explore it with the free camera. I was a little dissapointed not to find some mamoth sticking out of the wall down there. Unfortunately there seems to be no way to get down there alive, despite the presence of an area that looks like it might have been planned to be an area that could be walked on at one point.

If you do not eat when you are told to, then Javiar will pause and take a swig from some whiskey before tossing it to you to finish off.

TIP: I suggest not rushing to get back to town, because if you go too quickly you can easily miss a great exchange between Arthur and John about the scars John got himself.

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