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Things you do that nobody else does in RDO.


GrungeNinja

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GrungeNinja

I searched for this thread and seems to not exist, so I’ll start. 
 

I know that I may not be the only one and probably not, but often I leave my character sitting somewhere in the moonshack bar with the band playing, high volume and go do something else.

 

I really enjoy the music and crowd talk.

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Rev. Gnash

I choke, aggressive NPC'S in first person.

 

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The sheriff of Valentine, Curtis Malloy

 

 

 

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Dark Spark

I take down picket fences either by burning a stream of flammable moonshine, or by sticking dynamite at specific intervals.

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GrungeNinja
50 minutes ago, Rev. Gnash said:

I choke, aggressive NPC'S in first person.

 

 


HAHA nice one! :D  

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Gettin up
12 minutes ago, ventogt said:

Quit out of online and go back to SP to start enjoying the game again

I wish I could be interested in SP again... It was awesome to play as Arthur... f*ck I don't wanna play with some John Marston.

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BUT THE BENZ
12 hours ago, Rev. Gnash said:

I choke, aggressive NPC'S in first person.

haha gnash :D priceless!

 

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ventogt
1 hour ago, Gettin up said:

I wish I could be interested in SP again... It was awesome to play as Arthur... f*ck I don't wanna play with some John Marston.

I started a fresh new game and it is actually more enjoyable the second time around because I'm taking my time just exploring whereas I was very focused on the missions the first time around.  It's totally worth starting a net new game.  The Epilogue sucks mostly I agree.  Abigail is insufferable.

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RyuNova

I spend more time these days loading into the game and dressing my character up than I do playing. The moment I realise I have a huge ride across the map to pick up the Bounty only to be paid a pittance after waiting for ten minutes I turn the game off.

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Commander S

I figure there can't be that many other players who went into this game with the (perverse) goal of deliberately not being a cowboy/outlaw/gunslinger... :beerhat:

 

I mean, RDO technically isn't a game about being a globe-trotting Victorian adventurer (think peak Conan Doyle - Sherlock Holmes meets The Lost World) - but since it's set in 1898, and there are enough tools at my disposal to have a decent crack at it, it's not like I can't pretend that it is, right? :monocle:

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RyuNova
21 hours ago, Commander S said:

I mean, RDO technically isn't a game about being a globe-trotting Victorian adventurer (think peak Conan Doyle - Sherlock Holmes meets The Lost World) - but since it's set in 1898, and there are enough tools at my disposal to have a decent crack at it, it's not like I can't pretend that it is, right?

 

Pretty sure it's not supposed to be about an exiled English rich boy who exists to spite the last thing his Father said to him while slowly coming to the realisation that perhaps his Father was and has always been right but that what I am going with.

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Direwrath
16 hours ago, Rev. Gnash said:

I choke, aggressive NPC'S in first person.

Lol, nice!

Some of them are pretty scary looking, probably deserved it. They look  the type that would deliberately turn their horses headlong right in front of you just so that they could get a shot at you while you were down after crashing into them. I hate those guys! 😁

 

I tend to literally just ride my horse around not doing a darn thing, just taking in the sights and all. When I first started playing online I would literally visit all of the places in Story mode and it was cool to think of the stories that were going to be taking place there in the future. 

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netnow66

I have sessions where I limit myself to only using my wagon (only in solo/private lobbies, of course).

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Rev. Gnash
3 hours ago, Direwrath said:

Lol, nice!

Some of them are pretty scary looking, probably deserved it. 😁

A rogue's gallery of thieves and murderers. Men who were notoriously vicious and with intemperate dispositions.

 

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kcole4001

As I do in GTA, when my session is done (by choice,not by error) I put my character to bed: get a wash at the barrel, drink a beer, fill up depleted ammo, then go inside the tent and begin resting.

Unfortunately with the basic tent you can sit on the cot, but with the fancy collector tent you have to use the 'rest' command which just makes you crouch, that's stupid.

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BUT THE BENZ

my "own" thing: the slowjamz treasure chests approach! I open them, then wait a certain bit before grabbing the gold and money. can't really say it got me more loot than without waiting (not enough numbers to compare really) but it always felt like I got a bit more that way. other than hastily grabbing the loot which I did before, with noticable lower takes most of the time. I guess there are some numbers to back this up, for some time I kind of documented almost every treasure map I found and chest I looted. but I stopped at some point, unfortunately.

so it's just a "theory" if you will, but I still, take my time with those chests, and hope for the best!....yesssss! rhyme attack! haha ;D

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Sundevil

When I’m in my camp, I grab a stew bowl and drop it by my dog as a way of feeding him. I don’t think Cripps takes care of him, so I make sure he is fed, lol.

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dieseltech20

I stand in the middle of a field wondering what the f*ck Cripps did with my camp. Been there for about 4 months now.

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Gray-Hand
On 3/29/2020 at 2:21 PM, kcole4001 said:

As I do in GTA, when my session is done (by choice,not by error) I put my character to bed: get a wash at the barrel, drink a beer, fill up depleted ammo, then go inside the tent and begin resting.

Unfortunately with the basic tent you can sit on the cot, but with the fancy collector tent you have to use the 'rest' command which just makes you crouch, that's stupid.

I get my character a beer from Cripps’ wagon and sit down in the chair next to my tent, logging off with beer in hand.  Preferably with my dog sitting next to me.

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netnow66

Using my PC, I access the Wheeler Rawson store at the social club to keep all of my ammo topped off. I can't remember the last time I visited a gun shop in game. 

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Hmmm Beer
On 3/28/2020 at 7:41 PM, Commander S said:

I figure there can't be that many other players who went into this game with the (perverse) goal of deliberately not being a cowboy/outlaw/gunslinger... :beerhat:

 

I mean, RDO technically isn't a game about being a globe-trotting Victorian adventurer (think peak Conan Doyle - Sherlock Holmes meets The Lost World) - but since it's set in 1898, and there are enough tools at my disposal to have a decent crack at it, it's not like I can't pretend that it is, right? :monocle:

This is fantastic. 

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On 3/28/2020 at 3:41 PM, Commander S said:

I figure there can't be that many other players who went into this game with the (perverse) goal of deliberately not being a cowboy/outlaw/gunslinger... :beerhat:

 

I mean, RDO technically isn't a game about being a globe-trotting Victorian adventurer (think peak Conan Doyle - Sherlock Holmes meets The Lost World) - but since it's set in 1898, and there are enough tools at my disposal to have a decent crack at it, it's not like I can't pretend that it is, right? :monocle:

There are times/places here where being the cowboy/gunslinger almost feels out of place. St. Denis for example. 1898 is a pivotal time and leaves things wide open for going either way.

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Rev. Gnash
3 hours ago, 1898 said:

There are times/places here where being the cowboy/gunslinger almost feels out of place. St. Denis for example. 1898 is a pivotal time and leaves things wide open for going either way.

Yessir - two western classics, The Wild Bunch and The Professionals are set during 1913.

 

Hell, if they wanted to. They could reboot/reset, the online game - take it back a full decade. Unlikely, but it would shake things up.

 

 

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empressofthenorth

I play without a HUD mini map thingy.  i think it throws ppl off when I ride by without a care.

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kcole4001

When going from shop to shop, or often even collecting items in St. Denis, I walk rather than sprint.

Just trying to keep a more relaxed feel to the game.

I started this when visiting the fence in St. Denis where you have to go through the courtyard in Chinatown, and it's so well detailed I'd rather walk and enjoy the surroundings, now I apply this to the small towns especially, like Blackwater, Rhodes, and Valentine where you can get multiple errands done in the nearby stores.

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RyuNova
3 hours ago, kcole4001 said:

When going from shop to shop, or often even collecting items in St. Denis, I walk rather than sprint.

 

 

When all the NPC's are not scared off by gunfire or laying on the ground dead the Online world is quite detailed. Alot of NPC's actions and animations are present like the woman wearing a bonnet and carrying the basket in Valentine, saw her the other day. Places like Saint Denis have faaar more life to them when you are in a Solo Session because other players are not disturbing the peace and eating up resources.

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Jason

Hmmm... The only thing that comes to mind really is that I always log out when in a town, I'll ride to a town just to log off. I just dislike logging in and I'm in the middle of no where pretty much lol, it's useful for the dailies as well in most cases.

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