There are the four different endings you can get with Arthur Morgan, depending on your amount of honor and the last big decision you get to make as him.
Arthur dies in all endings. There is no "secret" ending in which he survives. He either gets his redemption by saving John and dying peacefully while looking into the sunrise, or he gets his redemption by saving John and dying violently at the hands of Micah Bell.
There is no official statement on the Red Dead Redemption 3 Release Date, but as per some rumors game will hit the market by 2024 (after the release of GTA 6).
Arthur met Mary at a young age whilst he rode with the Van der Linde gang. Arthur admits that he reciprocates her feelings but declines, stating that they need money, that there's still people in the gang he needs to protect, and that he doesn't want her to get hurt. The two part ways again for the final time.
In Red Dead Redemption 2, Guarma is located in the Caribbean. And once they leave, there's no way to go back to Guarma without replaying the few missions that take place there. But Guarma is still there, one long, weird ride away inside the map. Players just need to go to great lengths to reach it.
Theoretically, you can go there after completing the prologue of the main story, i.e. after reaching Horseshoe Overlook at the beginning of the second chapter. However, it is not worth taking such a step, because Arthur will be attacked as soon as he is noticed by some opponents.
The various towns and locations in-game, such as Valentine and Blackwater, while fictional in name and appearance, do possess a degree of accuracy to the actual landscape of North America. As one user has proven, the attention to detail featured in Red Dead Redemption 2 is modeled off of real American states.
Those with no remorse for their actions, such as Deadpool, the Punisher and Thanos, are not affected by the Stare.
When used on Deadpool, it showed him a "highlight reel" of the events that lead him to him becoming what he was and turned the Ghost Rider back into Johnny Blaze, showing that Deadpool's greatest victim is himself.
It's associated with more loneliness and helplessness, and lower satisfaction with life for the person on the other side.) But even if people rejected by ghosts don't report suffering overly much, ghosting is cruel because of how much mental bandwidth it uses up.