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Red Dead Redemption 2 Wild Feverfew | Wild Feverfew location

Red Dead Redemption 2 Wild Feverfew

Few games offer the level of replay value inherent to Red Dead Redemption 2. In addition to an utterly captivating main storyline, there are side quests, bounties, and many, many collectible items that make for a long journey through the Wild West. For a much needed stamina boost, players should look into the Red Dead Redemption 2 Wild Feverfew item. Here is a guide that will help you find all of the Wild Feverfew locations.  

Where to find Red Dead Redemption 2 Wild Feverfew

Red Dead Redemption 2 Wild Feverfew

Spoilers ahead, for those who, somehow, still haven’t played. Wild Feverfew is an herb that has made appearances in both Red Dead Redemption and Red Dead Redemption 2. Its stamina boosting properties make it indispensable for those who love to run before they walk. Unfortunately, it’s also largely unavailable throughout much of the sequel. 

In order to find the Wild Feverfew location, players need to complete much of the central story. The sequel blocks off access to much of the western parts of the game. Attempting to go to these parts results in swarms of bounty hunters, and an inevitable death. 

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After beating Arthur Morgan’s segment of the story, and getting him killed in the process, players assume the role of the original game’s John Marston. This unlocks many of the nostalgic areas within the prior game. Across the two epilogues, the far western regions can be accessed. Within these epilogues, players will be tasked with finding all of the deceased characters’ graves, meaning lots of running. 

To reap the stamina boosts of Wild Feverfew, players need to literally reap some of it. It can be found only in the Cholla Springs area of the map. This area is west of Armadillo, and is comprised mostly of large bits of desolate deserts. Wild Feverfew grows within it, and has a distinctive white petaled appearance. Once you find it, you’ll be able to pick it up and give yourself a much needed stamina boost. 

Written by Andrew Smith