Dutch will stop Micah from finishing Arthur, letting him die in peace. Possibly and the head injury from the trolley crash didn't help either. RDR2 bad ending involves you going out for money by going back to the camp. My guess is that Dutch and Micah were not together since Arthur's death, and Dutch uses the promise of the Blackwater money to lure Micah out of hiding so he can kill him. Dutch appears torn on what to do. Even when the manhunt goes awry and devolves into a Mexican Standoff between Dutch, Micah, and Marston, Marston stays resolute in his desire to kill Micah. Then, when Dutch betrays Micah as revenge for breaking the gang up, John capitalizes on the situation to put an end to him. Dutch shoots Micah. Arthur tries one more time to plead to Dutch that Micah … ... Dutch's motivations get kind of blurry after RDR2 but we know he doesn't do very well under pressure. 22.3k votes, 529 comments. At some point during or prior to 1907, Dutch reunites with Micah, who is now in charge of his own gang, and together they finally retrieve the money from the failed ferry robbery.Sometime later, in 1907, John, Sadie, and Charles storm Mount Hagen in order to get revenge on Micah for his betrayal of the gang. There's nothing but animosity towards Micah on Marston's part. He already agreed to team back up with Micah, and even left the money afterwards. Dutch Van Der Linde might have never been a complete angel, but he descends further into madness during the second half of Red Dead Redemption 2, which ultimately leads to the gang's downfall. Dutch clearly knew Micah was wrong on the mountain where Arthur died, yet he did nothing. Dutch's dialogue that he is here for the same reasons as John also implies he's here to kill Micah. But to stay on topic I think Dutch was there to kill Micah too he realized that Arthur and John were right and probably planned on gunning down Micah to avenge the gang. You’ll have to fight Micah in the cave but unfortunately, that ends in a draw. Unsurprisingly, it's during that same section of the game when Micah starts getting really close to the leader and becomes his unofficial second in command. Dutch doesn't kill without reason and only does so when he feels it necessary. Dutch, the man known for his words, confesses he has nothing to say; but he helps John kill Micah and wanders off into the wilderness. Keep eye on the cornfield, once Micah is done with destroying the cannons, follow him. In that mission, when you try to kill dutch, micah kills you when you try to kill micah, dutch kills you. A subreddit for Rockstar's critically acclaimed open-world Western game … After Sadie appears while wounded and breaks the deadlock … After checking the shack, John finds the gang's collected heist score that Dutch knowingly left for John and Sadie, his remaining gang members. when you try to kill sadie, both kills you. He gets erratic and makes poor decisions. Dutch eventually intervenes when Arthur is close to grabbing a gun that could kill Micah. Follow Dutch who will take you to a hill from where you can easily spot and kill the guards in your way. 794k members in the reddeadredemption community. The good ending is definitely more in line with Arthur's character, and definitely more satisfactory, as it shows how he indeed managed to redeem himself after a life of crime. That changes, of course, during the course of RDR2 , but there was a chance, had circumstances been different, that Dutch could have been made into a better man.