YodaMan 3D Posted April 12, 2018 Share Posted April 12, 2018 (edited) Got thinking about what I am looking forward to in RDR2 today and remembered a friend I met on RDR. When I 1st got into MP on RDR he ran in the same group as I. He was a disabled Vietnam Veteran and boy was he a grumpy old man. One night he was getting slapped around by some young kids, I mean 6, 7, or 8 year old range, they were talking smack and he was dishing out right back at them. He joined our chat group and asked for help and the others promised they would join, but soon as he left. They all said the hell with it and kept doing what they were doing. Still didn't know him well, but decided that it was un-cool to leave someone hanging like that. So I found his GT and joined his game. He had gotten cornered in that little old fort next to the capital. I spawned in got my horse and rode in to help him out. It turned out it was him and I against the rest of the server and we won far more then we lost that night. Those kids kept calling us bullies cause the 2 of us was beating the rests of them and one threatened to go get his big brother, who I had apparently played against a lot. Everytime I got on, he would always join me and would play the game for hours non-stop. We used to discuss everything we thought they would add to RDR2 cause at that time rumors were starting. One day, after not seeing him around for a couple of weeks, I saw him on. In truth it was his nephew, who had been trying to get a hold of me. The nephew told me his uncle had passed away, but before he died he wanted me to know he enjoyed being my sidekick in the old west and the family wanted to thank me for being his friend. Cause that old Vet had been bed ridden for years and it was always a highlight to his day when he would see me get online. So here is my salute to an old friend and a new game. Hope any new friends I make keep it as interesting as he did. Edited April 12, 2018 by YodaMan 3D 6 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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