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MrCarrot

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  1. I think you’re talking about different people. You meet the guy @Len is talking about out in the wilderness and he gives you proper missions, but there are a couple of other injured veterans in Valentine and Rhodes who you can just chat to without ever getting missions from them.
  2. You don't have to binocular them. Once you've studied one of them, it shows you how many stars any others you aim at have at the bottom of the screen.
  3. I’m pretty sure that percentage is only how much of the map you’ve uncovered. There’s a separate story completion percentage in the Progress section of the menu.
  4. I’m pretty sure my Arthur has had conversations like that with Karen and Tilly (and I’ve hardly killed any women either).
  5. The duelling draw thing is nowhere near as bad once you realise you can practice it anywhere you want. It's great for dealing with fools who think they're going to hold you up on the road. "Hey there mister, that's a real nice horse ya got there." *POW* right between the eyes. "Put your hands up real slow and start handing over your valuables" *BOOM* one less stick up artist. "Help, help! I've been bitten by a snake!" *KA-POW* Well shit. No-one saw that, right...
  6. I did that perfect rabbit pelt challenge by riding around with my varmint rifle ready whenever I went anywhere and just blasting anything that got scared out of the bushes as I went by. It took ages, so I’m not sure it’s the best approach. I tried going to somewhere where rabbits were marked on the map, but I couldn’t find any when I got there. You can craft in camp by sitting at the scout campfire. It’s behind the wagon where Karen and Mary-Beth sleep.
  7. One of the screens in the wardrobe has a “Modify” prompt in the bottom right menu. When you choose that, if you’re wearing any modifiable clothes you’ll be able to roll your sleeves up, or whatever.
  8. You have to hold it down, though, no? I think if you just press, it'll go into the pause menu like normal.
  9. You can also do this without binoculars, you just need to get close enough and aim at the creature.
  10. The percentage shown on the save file is definitely not your story mode progress. There’s a separate (probably lower) number for that in the Progress menu.
  11. No, you can see your story progress separately under the Progress section of the menu.
  12. It automatically gets sent to the trapper when this happens. You won’t have lost anything.
  13. While I broadly agree with you, I disagree on the bolded part. All you need to do in the bit Shimmy is talking about is to aim at someone and shoot them and, for no discernible reason, in this one place in the game, you have to use the opposite trigger to aim your gun than you have all the way up to this point. It just makes no sense. My other controls-based complaints after a couple of days of play: - The duel controls are a complete mystery to me. Duels happen so rarely, that every time I'm trying to read the stupid little tutorial, while trying to squeeze the trigger like it says, but what does it mean with 'slowly', and how do I choose when to actually shoot and am I supposed to be aiming somehow wait is he going to shoot me now. ah I won. how did that happen? - Why doesn't Dead Eye work like it says in the in-game help? I aim, tap R3, and then my reticle spams aim points all over whatever I point at, but the help says I have to use RB to choose where I want to shoot. I seem to remember being able to do this was an upgrade in RDR1, so I assume the help is just wrong about how this works, but why is there nowhere that tells me what upgrading Dead Eye will actually do for me?
  14. If I bring animal skins back to camp on my horse, do they get taken off and stored somewhere? I was sure I had a perfect deer hide when I hitched up last night, but when I've loaded the game this morning it's not on my horse any more.
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