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Old 10-17-2016, 10:00 AM  
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Rockstar Teasing New Red Dead Game

Hey look what Rockstar just posted on twitter and on their homepage.



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Old Yesterday, 10:45 AM   #556
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so, does 'donating' to the camp actually do anything?
I know there's the ledger available to me to upgrade the camp etc, but in terms of donating to 'the box'.....is there any benefit?

when I look at the ledger, it's like I"m the only one from my gang 'dontating'


saw a few members of the gang that's in Chapter 3 ( I forget their name) off the road a bit on a bluff. I casually walk up....they start talking noise, and things got tense. until I tossed a stick of dynamite and wipe out all 6 of them.

...I need to get more dynamite. that's a handy tool right there.
The money the gang has can be used to buy upgrades to camp. Which are mostly cosmetic except for the ammo, food, and medicine upgrades which you take and restock for a price. Otherwise I think donating is mostly for honor. I'm not 100% sure.
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I want to know why every person you pass by wants to start some shit.

me: HOWDY MISTER

guy: MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS PIG ****ER

me: HEY NOW I DIDNT MEAN NOTHIN BY IT

Guy: *pulls out gun* I TOLD YOU TOO WATCH YOUR MOUTH FELLA

me: *quickdraw and shoot the guy in the face*


God damn Cletus, I just said hi! This didn't have to happen!
I know right, I was just wondering around and wasn't bothering anyone. Saying "I got a bullet with your name on it".... well that's not nice.
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