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Rains Fall is a recurring character featured in Red Dead Redemption 2.

History

Sometime before the year of 1899, Rains Fall was named Chieftain of the Wapiti Indians. He had two sons, one of which was Eagle Flies

Events of Red Dead Redemption 2

Saint Denis Chapter

When Rains Fall learned that his people were being moved off of their land, he commissioned Arthur Morgan to steal important documents to attempt to stop their relocation.

Beaver Hollow Chapter

Arthur will next encounter Rains Fall, when you go to the reservation to talk to him. The two of you go on a ride, in which he learns Arthur has contracted Tuberculosis. Rains Fall decides to help Arthur, and collects plants that will slow down the disease. It is when doing this, that he finds that the US Army has destroyed an ancient spiritual place that the tribe holds dear. Realizing that if his people learn of this they will have war, he asks Arthur to recover several artifacts stolen. Arthur does this, and Rains Fall thanks him before giving him the herbs.

Charles and Arthur go to the reservation, where they till the chief that they will rescue Eagle Flies, who has been captured, rather than make him go to war. He will later have the pair come to a peace meeting with Colonel Favours. After Favours begins insulting his tribe, he storms out, and watches as Charles and Arthur exchange fire with the army as they rescue Captain Monroe.

Rains Fall wont be encountered again until he rides into Beaver Hollow begging his men not to go to war. Alas, they do not listen to him, and attack the Cornwall company nonetheless. Eagle Flies is mortally wounded in this battle, and Arthur and Charles bring his body back to him. Rains Fall will watch his son due, and weep.

In the epilogue, eight years later, John Marston can bump into Rains Fall in Annesburg. Rains Fall reveals he and his tribe were moved to Canada just before getting on a train to return to them.

Character

Rains is a pacifist, unlike his son Eagle Flies. He wishes that everything the Indians do is done in peace, and is willing to put up with decades of abuse from the US Army if it means no war.

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