|Game||Red Dead Redemption|
Great Plains is the easternmost territory in Red Dead Redemption. It is bordered on the west by Tall Trees. The northern, southern, and eastern borders of the region consist of the shoreline of Flat Iron Lake.
The landscape of Great Plains consists primarily of rolling hills with low-lying vegetation and few trees. This region is named after the real world area that stretches from North Dakota to Texas, but in a way looks like the high desert of Nevada called the Great Basin or the foothills of eastern California. This region may be modeled after the plains of Wyoming or possibly the Dakotas.
Animals that can commonly be found roaming the plains are buffalo, deer, foxes, rabbits, raccoons, skunks, and wild horses (including the American Standardbred), beaver, rattlesnakes, as well as cougars and plenty of wolves.
In addition to the animals, The Great Plains has a huge number of plants, and what it lacks in variety (containing only Prairie Poppies and Golden Currant), it makes up for in quantity, Great Plains has the largest population of plants in one area, in all of the game. Due to the landscape and the visual distinctiveness of the plants, they are also among the easiest to find.
Locations in Great PlainsEdit
- Bear (Only at Broken Tree with the use of Bait)
The following achievement/trophy can be acquired in the Great Plains:
Kill the last buffalo in the Great Plains in Singleplayer.