Did he sustain a brain injury? especially the character in RDR1 that looks like Trelawny is supposedly linked To Death or Satan that Marston interacts with on 3 … He is also terrifyingly calculating and can steer a situation in his favor by manipulating his opponent. Dutch is, and always has been, quite the charismatic fellow throughout the years charted in RDR1 and RDR2. Was he manipulated by micah? Dutch in chapter 4 always is on edge and only seems to be calm twice. Or he became like that because of the death of hosea and arthur? Charles Smith is a major character featured in Red Dead Redemption 2. spoiler. Still happens IRL, so I'd call him a Gadaffi or Kim. Dutch van der Linde is a character in the Red Dead series who appears as a central character and the secondary main antagonist of Red Dead Redemption and a main character in Red Dead Redemption 2. Was he always like this? Don’t by into the rumor theory, there’s more against then there is for it. 4 Dutch Van Der Linde Finally Lost It By the time we seen Dutch van der Linde in Red Dead Redemption , he's a broken man. The Van der Linde Gang was formed as a home for outsiders, and Dutch’s Gang in RDR1 seems to have the same intent, albeit with a vendetta against the government. Edited ... the gang/the gang is Dutch, if you see what I mean). Sadie Adler is a recurring character in the Red Dead series; she appears as a central character in Red Dead Redemption 2, and as a stranger in Red Dead Online. Especially as to why he did it so late in the video game. And Trelawny :) Wait, really? (Spoiler) Spoiler. Nope, only Dutch, Bill, Javier, Abigail, Jack, and Agent Ross. Unexpectedly, it's Dutch that shoots Micah, despite being his partner, allowing John to get the drop on him, and then he wanders away unscathed as John thanks him, leading into what we know happens in RDR1 with that conflict reigniting itself later. Dutch is capable of affably exchanging pleasantries while holding a gun to a young women’s head before shooting her and calmly strolling out of the room. Did he change? This is because Micah had lost his God Damned FAITH Jokes aside, there are a plethora of theories and ideas as to why Dutch Van Der Linde killed Micah Bell. His attempts to form gangs in both are similar, too. Other than that dutch's behaviour was getting worse and worse and after Bronte's death showing dutch's true colours we can see that Dutch's theorised addiction could make him crave a bigger fix. Once in the mayor's party (clearly trying to fit in) and when Jack came back. What happened to dutch at the end of rdr2 and rdr1? Dutch is a formidable adversary, good shot, morally flexible, and skilled strategist.