American Fathers – II

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Information
Quest Giver Stranger, Eagle Flies
Region Saint Denis, Bayou Nwa
Reqs The Glided Cage
Reward $137.50

American Fathers – II 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.

 

American Fathers – II Mission Details

Arthur meets Eagle Flies outside Cornwall Kerosene and Tar, and prepares to break in to steal a report on the oil reserves at the Wapiti Reservation.

 

 

American Fathers – II Objectives

  • Infiltrate the factory by hiding in the wagon
  • Reach Danbury’s office without being detected
  • Kill all the horseback pursuers during the escape
  • Complete with at least 80% accuracy

 

 

American Fathers – II Related Characters

 

 

American Fathers – II Walkthrough

 

American Fathers – I

Walking along the streets of Saint Denis, Arthur Morgan (you) encounters a familiar-looking man and two associates of him, knocking on the doors of a building. When you ask them about the ruckus, the man recognizes you from the ball and introduces himself as Evelyn Miller, and then his two associates, Rains Fall and Eagle Flies. They tell you about their hardships as Native Americans and ask for your help to steal information from a Cornwall oil facility. At first you refuse as you don't want to get tangled in further with Mr.Cornwall but you can't turn down a handsome payment, so you accept.

You agree to meet Eagle Flies by the Cornwall Kerosene & Tar facility, in New Hanover, in a few days.

 

American Fathers – II

You meet Eagle Flies just outside the facility a few days later and plan to sneak in via the wagon that is just passing by. Take the wagon until you're told to sneak into the facility. There's a door on the bottom floor, right in front of where you get off, that you can take to enter. Sneak past the workers and guards, and take the stairs up to reach Mr. Danbury's office. Once you get in, beat and interrogate him until he hands over the papers you need.

When he does, someone through the door will ask him if he's fine to which he'll say yes to. Climb out the window to escape. When you land on the floor, you will be confronted by a couple guards who see you. Outnumbered and out of options, you try to defuse the situation to no avail but as luck would have it, the oil tower behind you blows up, giving you a big enough distraction to kill the oncoming guards, and find Eagle Flies in the area of interest.

Once you find him, get on your horse and ride out. You'll exchange some dialogue but only briefly as guards will chase you, and you'll need to take them out to escape. Once you've defeated enough/all of them, Eagle Eyes will tell you the coast is clear and you'll find a spot to give him the papers and collect your payment. You thank each other for your help, and part ways.

 

 

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Story Missions
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