Pouring Forth Oil – IV

Quest Giver John Marston
Region Right of Dewberry Creek, Scarlett Meadows
Reqs Pouring Forth Oil – II
Reward Cut of the loot, The Sheep and The Goats

Pouring Forth Oil – IV 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.


Pouring Forth Oil – IV Mission Details

Blocking the tracks with the heavy oil wagon, Arthur, John, Charles and Sean board the train and rob valuables from the rich passengers and baggage car.



Pouring Forth Oil – IV Objectives

  • Kill all the train guards before Sean fires a bullet
  • Clear the baggage car of loot
  • Escape the Law within 1 minute 30 seconds
  • Get 10 kills with Dead Eye
  • Complete the mission without taking any health items



Pouring Forth Oil – IV Related Characters



Pouring Forth Oil – IV Walkthrough


Target Practice

Arthur Morgan (you) arrives to find Sean Mcguire shooting bottles at the rendez-vous point, and Sean tries to convince you to take him on the mission at hand. You both get rest until nightfall and that's when John Marston and Charles Smith arrive. John is hesitant but finally let's him in on the score, and they all ride out on the oil wagon. Dialogue between everyone on the journey reveals their relationship with Sean.


Train Robbers

Once you arrive, you'll park the wagon on the tracks and stand atop it while everyone else hides. When the train stops, Sean will beat the conductor that comes down and John will take care of the next. After this, get on the passenger cart and help John rob the people on board. Some will be hesitant to hand over their valuables, and it's up to you to beat it out of them. You do this a few times through two different compartments before going to check on Sean, who's supposed to be looting the baggage compartment.

You see him only just arriving at the baggage compartment before being jumped by a guard. Use your Dead-Eye to take that guard out, then turn your attention to his backup, 1 on the roof of the cart, the other 2 emerge behind him. Once they've been dealt with, you tell Sean to retreat and instead, you look through the compartment. There are a total of 4 points you can loot for a assortment of items.


I Fought the Law

Once you do, you'll get a warning from Sean about two incoming lawmen. Seeing as there are just two, you're confident in taking them out. But as your luck would have it, more start emerging from everywhere and it's time to take a stand. Kill all the lawmen in front of you and a second wave will appear from the behind. Once you defeat that second wave, get on your horse and ride away from the law enforcement.

It shouldn't take too long to evade them and once you do, a cutscene will show you raise your concerns about the timing of the dispatch before splitting the score and sending everyone their separate way.



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