Revenge is a Dish Best Eaten is a Main Story Mission and part of Red Dead Redemption 2 part four.
This guide highlights mission strategies and Gold Medal requirements.
Revenge is a Dish Best Eaten Mission
Gold Medal Checklist
- Search every room in Bronte’s mansion
- Carry Bronte to the skiff within 1 minute 30 seconds
- Get 20 headshots
- Complete the mission without taking any health items
Approach Dutch and your gang back at Lagras, where you first met Thomas. Everyone will pile into the boat, and Thomas will drive you to Bronte’s mansion.
When you get out of the boat, press square/a to jump over the wall. Crouch, and follow John around into the house. The orders are to take a shot when you’ve got one. If you wait too long, your friends will take the first shot instead.
It doesn’t really matter, but catching the guards by surprise and using Dead Eye on them is a pretty good way to stack up headshots.
When the outdoor guards are taken care of, shoot the lock on the door and head inside. There are enemies around just about every corner, so be alert.
Upstairs, search through the rooms for valuables.
GOLD MEDAL REQUIREMENTS
Search every room to meet a Gold Medal requirement.
Again, there are men in most of these rooms, ready to shoot, so be cautious. Eat rations and tonics that increase your Dead Eye when needed.
See the map for where to find Bronte upstairs. Fortunately for you, his gun malfunctions, letting you knock him out with ease. Grab him.
Go downstairs and take a left to follow your friends west out the door. Don’t worry, you can still shoot with Bronte over your shoulder. Do so, and stay in tight formation with your friends while making it to the boat. A cutscene will prompt when you get close enough to the boat.
After making your way through the swamp for a bit, Dutch will get in a…conversation with Bronte after awakening him. Things go far, far south though, and Dutch ends up drowning Bronte and feeding him to an alligator.
Red Dead Redemption 2 – Revenge is a Dish Best Eaten quest is done.
Next is up last part of chapter four: Banking, the Old American Art.