Red Dead Redemption 2 players discuss the most 'dishonourable' things they've done in-game
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The honour system plays a pretty huge role in Red Dead Redemption 2. As well as the sweet discounts players can get in stores for having high honour, how much the NPCs respect Arthur has an impact on the game’s dialogue, as well its cutscenes and the story.
Needless to say, over the years, players have experimented plenty with the way they approach the game - sometimes choosing to do very questionable things just to see what happens. Recently on Reddit, people have been discussing the most dishonourable stuff they’ve done in the the world of RDR2, and some of it is genuinely a bit worrying. The rest is pretty hilarious.
Before we get into it, check out some of the funniest wins and fails from Red Dead Redemption 2 below.
Starting off a bit dark, 28283920 wrote: “I was going on a killing spree in Rhodes and this guy when I aimed my gun at him said ‘no please don’t kill me my wife is pregnant’ and I shot him anyways. I still feel bad about it.” Euphoric_Ad_522's story, although accidental, was also pretty bad: “On the debt collection mission, I ended up leading bounty hunters to Wróbel's house and accidentally shot him in the head because I thought he was one of them.”
Meanwhile, some had some far sillier stories: “Meant to free a hogtied NPC after they were kidnapped by the Murfrees. Pressed the wrong button and curb stomped them accidentally,” shared PostKevone.
However, one user had the worst tale of them all - one that I don’t know how they felt comfortable sharing online: “I didn’t pet a dog when I was in a hurry,” said stagarenadoor. Absolutely unforgivable.
Last month, one Red Dead Redemption 2 player shared what happens if you take one of the Night Folk into Saint Denis, and it’s not nearly as bad as you’d expect. For some reason, instead of trying to attack you, they’ll actually start trying to run away. Perhaps they just crave the swamps.