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Reverend Orville Swanson is a supporting character featured in Red Dead Redemption 2.
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In Red Dead Redemption 2 you’ll come across poker in one of the early main story missions called “ Who Is Not Without Sin,” which takes place in Chapter 2. You’ll walk into Flatneck Station to find Reverend Swanson, the clergyman of your little community.
Win 2 hands of Poker Return Reverend Swanson to camp within 2 minutes 5 seconds Start this mission by talking to Reverend Swanson Swanson at Flatneck Station, south of Horseshoe Overlook. Entering.
This mission is available from the very start of Chapter 2, and you just need to look at your map for the Reverend Swanson icon to find out where to go. There is not a lot to the south of camp just.
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Hosea told you that Swanson found something down at the train station by the lake. He's drunk and he plays poker. Arthur goes to find out what Reverend Swanson is doing at Flatneck Station. Gold Medal Checklist. Win 2 hands of Poker; Return Reverend to camp within 2 minutes 5 seconds.
Reverend Swanson is found playing cards at Flatneck Station. He took Arthur's advice to move away from his dreams and apparently closer to drinks instead. The other players want the inebriated Swanson to finish the game but Arthur will have to take his place. Choose whether to play poker or walk away. If you choose to play Arthur will take a seat. The game will walk you through how to play.
Win 2 hands of Poker Return Reverend to camp within 2 minutes 5 seconds This is one of the best missions in BK's opinion, and you'll see why in a bit! Be sure to do a manual save before getting to.
Arthur Morgan (you) begin the mission by walking over to the point on the map and you are able to call out to Reverend Swanson a few times before finding him inside the shed in the area playing Poker with two men, drunk out of his mind. You interfere and try to bring him home but he falls over so the men insist you take his place on the table, you can choose to do so or not.
Red Dead Redemption 2 Characters A former clergyman now lost to debauchery, Swanson has fallen a long way from the standards he once set himself and struggles with many demons. He started using morphine to ease some back pain a few years ago and it quickly took a desperate hold on him.
Events of Red Dead Redemption 2 When Arthur arrives at Flatneck Station to find Reverend Swanson, he finds him intoxicated, playing poker with two men named Luther and Marvin. Upon seeing Arthur, Reverend Swanson stands up and drunkenly talks to him.
My face was red as a lobster, I fell and broke my nob, sir, My watch was picked from my fob, sir -- Oh, I'll never get drunk any more! Now I'm resolved to try it, I'll live upon moderate diet; I'll not drink, but will deny it, And shun each alehouse-door; For that's the place, they tell us, We meet with all jovial good fellows; But I swear by the poker and bellows I'll never get drunk any more.