History Characters / RedDeadRedemption

7th Feb '16 8:14:38 AM JChrist
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*RetiredOutlaw: Was a thief in his younger years.
7th Feb '16 8:05:10 AM JChrist
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!!Uncle
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/uncle_red_dead_redemption.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:300:''"Why don't I gets a warm and tender embrace?"'']]
An aging alcoholic and reformed thief who resides with and is provided food and shelter by the Marston family in exchange for work he rarely performs.
*ButtMonkey: Uncle is the target of a lot of John's abuse (which can be justified, since Uncle can be pretty lazy at keeping up with his responsibilities within the Marston family ranch).
*GrumpyOldMan: Comes off as this in most of his appearances. Justified since John isn't very nice to him either.
*HiddenDepths: Despite his supposed laziness and being a very frequent target of John for it, [[spoiler:he ultimately gives his life to help protect the Marstons.]]
*HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:He dies defending the Marston family from the US Army (led by [[BigBad Edgar Ross]]) who storm in the ranch to kill John.]]
*OlderSidekick: To John during the latter half of the West Elizabeth Arc.


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20th Jan '16 6:00:52 PM alixplaystation5
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* NiceGuy: Generally tries to be cooperative with those he's working with and displays a large amount of restraint and patience, not to mention being a very loving father and husband.

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* NiceGuy: NiceGuy[=/=]AffablyEvil: Generally tries to be cooperative with those he's working with and displays a large amount of restraint and patience, not to mention being a very loving father and husband.
16th Dec '15 11:54:50 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* GenreBlind: In Undead Nightmare, he gets about two lines. The first is him stating that he doesn't have a clue of what's going on, and the second is one of the most GenreBlind lines ever said: "I'm just gonna wander down that lonely, deserted street, and get my bag." He even sounds unsure of himself saying it.



* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:Sadly, he only appears in three missions, the last of which has him taking a bullet to the face.]]

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* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:Sadly, he only appears in three missions, the last of which has him taking a bullet to the face.]] Then, in Undead Nightmare, [[spoiler:he was zombified before you even have a chance to meet him.]]
29th Nov '15 4:06:48 PM VeryMelon
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* ArcVillain: Of the ''New Austin'' arc.



* BigBad: Of the ''New Austin'' arc.



* BigBad: Of the ''Nuevo Paraíso'' arc.
** DragonInChief: To Ignacio Sanchez. Sanchez is the actual leader of the Mexican Army, [[BiggerBad but he never gets directly involved in the story]] and [[TheGhost is never seen in the game]], while Allende personally leads the army and handles Sanchez's operations. He's also Reyes's main target instead of Sanchez.

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* BigBad: ArcVillain: Of the ''Nuevo Paraíso'' arc.
** DragonInChief: To Ignacio Sanchez. Sanchez is the actual leader of the Mexican Army, [[BiggerBad but he never gets directly involved in the story]] and [[TheGhost is never seen in the game]], while Allende personally leads the army and handles Sanchez's operations. He's also Reyes's main target instead of Sanchez.
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* [[ColonelKilgore Coronel Kilgore]]: His general policy towards rebels is to kill everyone.

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* [[ColonelKilgore Coronel Kilgore]]: ColonelKilgore : His general policy towards rebels is to kill everyone.



* DragonInChief: To Ignacio Sanchez. Sanchez is the actual leader of the Mexican Army, [[GreaterScopeVillain but he never gets directly involved in the story]] and [[TheGhost is never seen in the game]], while Allende personally leads the army and handles Sanchez's operations. He's also Reyes's main target instead of Sanchez.



* ArcVillain: Of the ''West Elizabeth'' arc.



* BigBad: Of the ''West Elizabeth'' arc.
8th Oct '15 2:50:49 AM Kumagrapple
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* CowBoy:

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* CowBoy:{{Cowboy}}
8th Oct '15 2:49:01 AM Kumagrapple
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* LastStand: Mows down a full army of bad guys before finally meeting his end, all to save his family.
1st Sep '15 9:04:21 AM Lancelot07
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[[caption-width-right:300:''"I owe it to the future of Mexico to breed, my brother. If I can get noble blood flowing through the veins of peasants, can you imagine how great this country can be? An army of Reyes! Of Lings!"'']]

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[[caption-width-right:300:''"I owe it to the future of Mexico to breed, my brother. If I can get noble blood flowing through the veins of peasants, can you imagine how great this country can be? An army of Reyes! Of Lings!"'']]Kings!"'']]



* AffablyEvil: He may be a power hungry wannabe-hero who manipulates civilians into helping him just so that he can take over Mexico, he's very charismatic and polite. He even treats John as if he was his best friend.

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* AffablyEvil: He may be a power hungry wannabe-hero who manipulates civilians into helping him just so that he can take over Mexico, but he's very charismatic and polite. He even treats John as if he was his best friend.
26th Aug '15 5:32:09 PM BenMitchell90
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* RetiredMonster: At the end of the game, [[spoiler: Jack finds out that Ross has retired to spend his twilight years with his family. Well, he's ''tried'' to retire, but the Bureau keeps dragging him back to work ([[NotSoDifferent Sound familiar?]]). Whether Ross is truly evil or not is [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation debatable]],

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* RetiredMonster: At the end of the game, [[spoiler: Jack finds out that Ross has retired to spend his twilight years with his family. Well, he's ''tried'' to retire, but the Bureau keeps dragging him back to work ([[NotSoDifferent Sound familiar?]]). ]] Whether Ross is truly evil ''evil'' or not is [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation debatable]], but there's no denying that Ross did some truly underhanded things during his career, [[spoiler: and when Jack catches up with him, it's clear that he has zero regrets for what he did to John]].



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He thanks John if he gets Javier alive. And he even congratulates John after Dutch is taken care of. [[spoiler: He also doesn't seem to show up when Ross kills John, possibly due to the respect he gained for him.]]

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* JerkAss: He's not much nicer to John than Ross is, saying they should have had him killed and calling his wife a whore.
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JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He thanks That said, he does thank John if he gets Javier alive. And he even congratulates John after Dutch is taken care of. [[spoiler: He also doesn't seem to show up when Ross kills John, possibly due to the respect he gained for him.]]
26th Aug '15 5:23:20 PM BenMitchell90
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* AssholeVictim

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* AssholeVictimAssholeVictim: [[spoiler: While Jack hunting down and killing Ross made him the polar opposite of what his parents wanted him to be, Ross ''really'' had it coming.]]



* ReasonYouSuckSpeech: Fond of giving long, flowing speeches about how he and the law are right and just, and how everything Dutch stood for and every fiber of John's being is morally bankrupt - usually in response to John calling him out on using extortion and kidnapping to further his own ends. Ross - who cannot accept that John could possibly be a changed man - never lets an opportunity pass to pontificate, often hypocritically, on how lacking in character John is.



* ReasonYouSuckSpeech: Fond of giving long, flowing speeches about how he and the law are right and just, and how everything Dutch stood for and every fiber of John's being is morally bankrupt - usually in response to John calling him out on using extortion and kidnapping to further his own ends. Ross - who cannot accept that John could possibly be a changed man - never lets an opportunity pass to pontificate, often hypocritically, on how lacking in character John is.

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* ReasonYouSuckSpeech: Fond of giving long, flowing speeches about how he and RetiredMonster: At the law are right and just, and how everything Dutch stood for and every fiber end of John's being is morally bankrupt - usually in response to John calling him the game, [[spoiler: Jack finds out on using extortion and kidnapping to further his own ends. that Ross - who cannot accept that John could possibly be a changed man - never lets an opportunity pass has retired to pontificate, often hypocritically, on how lacking in character John is.spend his twilight years with his family. Well, he's ''tried'' to retire, but the Bureau keeps dragging him back to work ([[NotSoDifferent Sound familiar?]]). Whether Ross is truly evil or not is [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation debatable]],
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