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Nashoba


Nashoba is a minor character featured in Red Dead Redemption.

Background

Nashoba is a Native American and a member of Dutch's Gang.

Interactions

Nashoba is encountered during the mission "For Purely Scientific Purposes", in which he participates in the meeting between Dutch's Gang, John Marston, Nastas, and Professor Harold MacDougal.

Nashoba also appears as a sniper, holding the Professor hostage during "The Prodigal Son Returns (To Yale)" and must be killed to further the mission.

Mission Appearances

Quotes

The spirit world awaits you!
Nashoba
This land will be stained with your blood, chief!
Nashoba
Your pain is pleasure for me, hombre!
Nashoba
Put your pecker in your pants, and pay us our dues!
Nashoba during a stagecoach hold up
A small price to pay
Nashoba after being paid for a stickup
Oh, no!
Nashoba after seeing a corpse
I'm not an animal, release me!
Nashoba after being hogtied
You shall die at my hand, boy.
Nashoba
My people are used to being hogtied. I will kill you soon!
Nashoba after being hogtied
Search the corpses, we don't have much time.
Nashoba during a missing wagon looting
This one is observant. Cut his eyes out and bring them to me.
Nashoba
Stay back or the teacher gets it!
Nashoba when holding Professor MacDougal
Pervert.
Nashoba when bumped into

Trivia

  • His character model is available in the Outfitter under the name Chief Mangan.
  • He appears to be wearing the uniform of an Apache Indian Scout.
  • Before the release of the game, he, Helaku, Kosumi, Hassun, and Enepay were meant to be bounty targets but were scrapped before the game was available to the public.[citation needed]
  • His name comes from the Choctaw language, where it translates to Wolf. Due to his outfit and dialogue, he is theorized to be a Choctaw Indian from the Oklahoma band. Dutch's gang seems to have a vast variety of tribal backgrounds including Choctaw, Nez Perce, Navajo, and Apache.

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