Hell Hath No Fury

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Quest Giver Savagery Unleashed
Region Guarma
Reqs All Previous Chapter 5 Missions
Reward ??

Hell Hath No Fury 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.

 

Hell Hath No Fury Mission Details

 The gang meet Hercule at the fortress of Cinco Torres, and prepare to clear the waters around the island so they can safely depart back for America.

 

 

Hell Hath No Fury Objectives

  • Prevent 4 boats from reaching the shore
  • Destroy the Naval ship without missing a shot
  • Complete with at least 70% accuracy

 

 

Hell Hath No Fury Related Characters

 

 

Hell Hath No Fury Walkthrough

 

Standoff With a View

Arthur Morgan (you) walks along the beach and then reaches the fortress of Cinco Torres. Here, a meeting is being held between Hercule, Dutch Van Der Linde, Micah Bell, and Bill Williamson, about getting off the island and Fussar, when you're all of a sudden interrupted by one of Hercule's men. He asks you all to follow him up to the roof where you will all see a warship heading towards you. Hercule asks for your help in defeating the oncoming soldiers while he readies the cannon to fight the warship.

There is also a Rolling Block Rifle you can use, on the right side of the roof, at the weapon icon on the map. Take position and shoot out all the soldiers below until Hercule asks for your help in moving the cannon. Follow the instructions provided to do so. Once the cannon is also in position, more of Fussar's soldiers will storm the bottom of the fortress, which sends Dutch, Hercule and you down to deal with them.

Downstairs you'll be told to grab the Double-Barreled Shotgun which is on a crate, at the weapon icon.  Follow Dutch's lead and kill the enemies on the right first, then all three of you will head left and take care of the enemies coming up the stairs here. Once they're dead, continue down onto the bridge and upon killing all the enemies there, you'll take a stand on the bridge. You can tell Dutch and Hercule to cover either side, leaving you to deal with the rest.

 

Hercule's Cannon

Follow Dutch and Hercule down to the beach when you're done defending the bridge and Hercule will require your assistance with the cannon back at the roof. Dutch stays to hold them off while you follow Hercule up. Once you're back at the roof, you'll be told to man the cannon while Hercule provides the ammunition. Shoot at the warship (aim just above the base of the two chimneys to ensure you hit the boat every time) and once you destroy it, Hercule will call everyone down to the beach.

Once down there, Hercule will arrange a boat for you and Micah will be in charge of meeting the captain, while Dutch and Bill retrieve Javier. Hercule thanks you and the mission jumps straight into Paradise Mercifully Departed.

 

 

 

 

 

Notes & Tips

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