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Have questions about the campaign after completing it. Beware SPOILERS.


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After the completion of the game.......

A)  How does Ross tie the money to Marston?  Only witnesses, are Dutch, Charles, Sadie, and John, everyone else died.  You see Ross talking to people but none of them would know how Marston got the money.   Honestly, I went and did a butch of side missions, some of those was treasure hunting.  Not sure why I even needed a loan at that point, should have been able to by Beechers Hope out right.  Shoot I had almost 20k by then.   

B)  I know some of the gang got happy endings, but with the passion that Ross used to capture or kill the remaining members of the gang.  What really happened to the remaining gang members?  Yeah, Sadie was a bounty hunter, Charles headed north, Tilly got married.  Why not hunt them down too?

 

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I think the questions you have may end up being answered in DLC content down the road. I am hoping this is the case anyway. I was wondering about Ross as well. It just seems odd that it got pegged on him by no one. Unless we are both overlooking something here. 

 

 

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12 hours ago, YodaMan 3D said:
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After the completion of the game.......

A)  How does Ross tie the money to Marston?  Only witnesses, are Dutch, Charles, Sadie, and John, everyone else died.  You see Ross talking to people but none of them would know how Marston got the money.   Honestly, I went and did a butch of side missions, some of those was treasure hunting.  Not sure why I even needed a loan at that point, should have been able to by Beechers Hope out right.  Shoot I had almost 20k by then.   

B)  I know some of the gang got happy endings, but with the passion that Ross used to capture or kill the remaining members of the gang.  What really happened to the remaining gang members?  Yeah, Sadie was a bounty hunter, Charles headed north, Tilly got married.  Why not hunt them down too?

 

It's called suspension of disbelief........  It refers to the reader/watcher's ability or desire (or both) to ignore, distort or underplay realism in order to feel more involved with the game, film, or book. This is a very common practice in many action movies, some books, but probably the most in video games. It is usually permitted and ignored because most people don't care about realism in their entertainment.

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