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I loved red dead redemption 1 and so far this game is great, but I'm finding it quite annoying when I finish a mission only such as drinking with lenny and waking up miles away from my horse, is there any way to get about after a mission when your horse has stayed behind, it's realistic true but at the moment it seems like a running simulator and I don't have time to be running for half an hour at a time to do missions as I work 2 jobs so at the moment I can't enjoy the game to its fullest, stagecoach only takes you to other towns it seems and not to little settlements so that's pretty much useless until the late game also

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It's a marathon, not a sprint. Not 'fast traveling' everywhere at a moment's notice is part of its charm and reward.

Your horse isn't nearby? That's because it isn't, so you have to walk.

Enjoy the world, pick the flowers.

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I’d have to say I agree with the original question. The only reason I noticed it is because on some missions my horse magically shows up wherever I end up, and on other missions my horse stays out in the wilderness miles away. 

 

It’s the inconsistency that makes me think “bug,” not “feature,” if that makes sense. If my horse was ALWAYS staying in the middle of nowhere after a mission (sticking to realism) then I’d be all on board. But seeing as it seems to be pretty random...bleh. I don’t agree with your horse sometimes magically ending up where you do after a mission and sometimes not.

Or maybe the horse shows up after “main quests” only? I’m not too far in the game, but my horse has always been where I am after a mission. However, I just did my first bounty hunter quest with Benedict Allbright, and my horse is still out by Benedict’s encampment and I’m in town. The cinematic during the mission had me automatically jumping on Allbright’s horse to chase him in the river, so I assumed the game was going to teleport my horse wherever I ended up.

 

BUT now that I think about it, for fear that my horse would get spooked on that cliff and dive into the river below, I DID tell it to STAY. So maybe that’s what caused him to literally stay put where he is?? Hmmmmm!! I bet that’s what happened! Let me know if anyone else has tested this!

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17 hours ago, SofaJockey said:

It's a marathon, not a sprint. Not 'fast traveling' everywhere at a moment's notice is part of its charm and reward.

Your horse isn't nearby? That's because it isn't, so you have to walk.

 Enjoy the world, pick the flowers.

I think my horse was left behind once, I then stole another horse, and made my way near MY horse. But, now that I have unlocked the stagecoach, I can now fast travel for a small amount of money, and go to any town instantly. Once you arrive at the town, the horse is waiting for you when you get off. When you first begin the game, everything takes work, and somethings are a pain. You have to work your way up to get the luxuries.  

It's the wild west. GOODBYE FLYING CARS AND MOTORCYCLES. (Yes that is a GTA reference.) 

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