|Family||Ellie Boone (Deceased)|
Rolling Block Rifle
| Red Dead Redemption:|
|Poster Location||Rescue from|
|Fort Mercer||Venter's Place|
“Aw, horsecrap! My trousers!”
Nothing is known of Grover's background. He has a relative, Ellie Boone, buried in Blackwater cemetery.
Red Dead RedemptionEdit
Grover can also be found defending Blackwater.
|“||Shall I compare thee to a summer's day sir?||„|
|—Grover Boone, quoting William Shakespeare to Marston|
|“||That's the last one. Now I must depart for greener pastures.||„|
|—Grover Boone after killing a few Undead outside the barn at Warthington Ranch|
|“||Do not enter! The Undead dwell within.||„|
|—Grover Boone warning the player not to go inside the barn|
- Even though he is wanted by friends, Marston's payment is from Grover's wife.
- He is described as a "liked brother", showing he has one or more siblings.
- Boone is implied to be a fan of "high-brow" literature, plays and poetry: he complains about how the undead destroyed his book collection, and sometimes quotes William Shakespeare.
- Boone frequently refers to the Undead as "the ravenous."
- When Marston is out of ammo while defending Blackwater but attempts to resupply Boone anyway, Grover will be incredibly aggressive and rude towards him.
- He shares the last name of the frontier legend Daniel Boone.
- Grover shares a character head with Earl Driscoll, Randy Haskins, Lomax Brewton, Morris Snead, and Jesse Bryars.