A Rage Unleashed

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Quest Giver Reverend Swanson
Region Annesberg
Reqs Just a Social Call
Reward -

A Rage Unleashed is a Story Mission in Red Dead Redemption 2 (RDR2). This is one of the "Main Quests" of the game and players must complete it to advance the Story. Completing Story Missions opens up Stranger Missions as well as additional content throughout the game.

 

A Rage Unleashed Mission Details

 Eagle Flies and the gang launch a raid on an army boat, to reclaim horses stolen from the Wapiti Reservation,

 

 

A Rage Unleashed Objectives

  • Knock out two soldiers on the boat.
  • Round up the horses and reach shore within 1 minute 30 seconds.

 

 

A Rage Unleashed Related Characters

 

 

A Rage Unleashed Walkthrough

Head to Port Van Horn

To start this mission, head back to camp in Annesberg and talk to Reverend Swanson. A cutscene will start where he opens up to Arthur and Dutch interrupts the conversation. Dutch tells Arthur about a plan - an escape plan to New York, but again gets interrupted by Charles Smith and Eagle Flies.

arumap-minHead back to camp in Annesberg.

The cutscene continues where Eagles Flies says the colonel has taken their horses, mentions that his people have suffered enough and asks for help to retrieve the horses. Charles mentions that he will not risk his life over some horses but Dutch agrees to help - Arthur and Charles decide to join the crew to make sure the mission does not go out of hand.

Mount your horse and follow Eagle Flies to Port Van Horn. Listen in on the conversation and continue as you make your way to meet Paytah, Eagle Flies' friend - a short cutscene will trigger where the crew will find canoes are set up to infiltrate the army boat.

 

Free The Horses

After the short cutscene, follow Eagle Flies' canoe and paddle to the side of the boat so the gang can sneak in. Once aboard, Arthur (you) will be prompted to not kill anyone.

arustealth-minYou will need to equip your fists, sneak up behind the first soldier, and perform a Stealth Knockout.

Now, continue to your left where you will see another soldier near the horses, sneak up to him and perform a Stealth Knockout. As you move forward to the front of the boat, you will find a small group of soldiers playing poker. Eventually, you will be found and the only way to get rid of them is by gunfight - not to worry, the rest of the gang will also help.

After dealing with the guards, Arthur (you) will be prompted to locate the anchor and rig the dynamite to its gears - once the dynamite explodes, another cutscene will start.

Once you've regained control of Arthur, jump out of the boat, mount a horse and lead the remaining horses to shore - head to the yellow mark on your map. And once you've reached the destination, another cutscene will trigger that prompts the end of the mission. During the cutscene, Charles tries to convince Eagle Flies that war isn't the solution to the problem but still rides off with Dutch. Charles then asks Arthur (you) to speak with Rains Fall before it's too late.

arudecision-minYou will then face a choice to (A) Help Rains Fall or (B) Don't Help Rains Fall.

 

Choosing option (A) will help unlock a mission, Archeology for Beginners.

Choosing option (B) will let you walk away and continue with The Delights of Van Horn.

 

 

 

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Story Missions
A Fine Night of Debauchery  ♦  A Fisher of Men  ♦  A Fork in the Road  ♦  A Kind and Benevolent Despot  ♦  A New Future Imagined  ♦  A New Jerusalem  ♦  A Quick Favor for an Old Friend  ♦  A Quiet Time  ♦  A Really Big Bastard  ♦  A Short Walk in a Pretty Town  ♦  A Strange Kindness  ♦  Advertising, the New American Art – II  ♦  American Distillation  ♦  American Fathers – II  ♦  American Venom  ♦  Americans at Rest  ♦  An American Pastoral Scene  ♦  An Honest Day’s Labors  ♦  An Honest Mistake  ♦  Angelo Bronte, a Man of Honor  ♦  Archeology for Beginners  ♦  Banking, the Old American Art  ♦  Bare Knuckles Friendships  ♦  Blessed are the Meek?  ♦  Blessed are the Peacemakers  ♦  Blood Feuds, Ancient and Modern  ♦  Brothers and Sisters, One and All  ♦  Country Pursuits  ♦  Dear Uncle Tacitus  ♦  Do Not Seek Absolution – I  ♦  Do Not Seek Absolution – II  ♦  Eastward Bound  ♦  Enter, Pursued by a Memory  ♦  Exit Pursued by a Bruised Ego  ♦  Farming, for Beginners  ♦  Fatherhood and Other Dreams – II  ♦  Fatherhood, for Beginners  ♦  Fatherhood, for Idiots  ♦  Favored Sons  ♦  Fleeting Joy  ♦  Friends in Very Low Places  ♦  Further Questions of Female Suffrage  ♦  Gainful Employment  ♦  Good, Honest, Snake Oil  ♦  Goodbye, Dear Friend  ♦  Hell Hath No Fury  ♦  Help a Brother Out  ♦  Home Improvement for Beginners  ♦  Home of the Gentry?  ♦  Honor, Amongst Thieves  ♦  Horse Flesh for Dinner  ♦  Horsemen, Apocalypse  ♦  Icarus and Friends  ♦  Jim Milton Rides, Again?  ♦  Just a Social Call  ♦  Magicians for Sport  ♦  Money Lending and Other Sins – III  ♦  Motherhood  ♦  Mrs. Sadie Adler, Widow – II  ♦  My Last Boy  ♦  No, No and Thrice, No  ♦  Old Friends  ♦  Old Habits  ♦  Our Best Selves  ♦  Outlaws from the West  ♦  Paradise Mercifully Departed  ♦  Paying a Social Call  ♦  Polite Society, Valentine Style  ♦  Pouring Forth Oil – II  ♦  Pouring Forth Oil – IV  ♦  Preaching Forgiveness as He went  ♦  Red Dead Redemption  ♦  Revenge is a Dish Best Eaten  ♦  Savagery Unleashed  ♦  Simple Pleasures  ♦  Sodom? Back to Gomorrah  ♦  That’s Murfee Country  ♦  The Aftermath of Genesis  ♦  The Battle of Shady Belle  ♦  The Bridge to Nowhere  ♦  The Course of True Love – II  ♦  The Course of True Love – III  ♦  The Course of True Love – V  ♦  The Delights of Van Horn  ♦  The Fine Art of Conversation  ♦  The Fine Joys of Tobacco  ♦  The First Shall Be Last  ♦  The Gilded Cage  ♦  The Joys of Civilization  ♦  The King’s Son  ♦  The New South  ♦  The Sheep and the Goats  ♦  The Spines of America  ♦  The Tool Box  ♦  The Wheel  ♦  Trying Again  ♦  Uncle’s Bad Day  ♦  Urban Pleasures  ♦  Visiting Hours  ♦  We Loved Once and True – III  ♦  Welcome to the New World  ♦  Who is Not without Sin  ♦  Who the Hell is Leviticus Cornwall  ♦  Who the Hell is Leviticus Cornwall?



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