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: I knew I had heard the name Javier Escuella before. He is from this province. They tell me he was once a notorious bounty hunter, and also one of the early revolutionaries. John Marston
: That sounds about right. Abraham Reyes
: All before my rebellious urges took hold, of course. I think I was still travelling in Europe at the time. I was living in Madrid with the ambassador's wife. John Marston
: That sounds about right, as well. Escuella was always a torn man. A cynic who desperately wanted to be a romantic. Abraham Reyes
: Whereas you, John, are a romantic who wants to be a cynic. John Marston
: Javier would die fightin' for what he believed in. He had a lot of passion, but no love. Although he really admired Dutch, of course, but then we all did. Abraham Reyes
: He was the leader of your little group of fortune hunters, verdad? John Marston
: When Dutch started fallin' apart, it hit Javier harder than any of us. He went crazy. It was like the one thing he'd ever believed in turned out to be a fraud. Abraham Reyes
: You talk about him fondly. John Marston
: It ain't exactly fondness. We was close once. But he never cared for me or anybody else, not any of his so-called brothers. He left me to die, when he had the chance to save me. Abraham Reyes
: And he didn't teach you any Spanish during all the time you were together? John Marston
: I remember cabrón being used a lot. Abraham Reyes
: Well now you get to pay that cabrón a surprise visit. John Marston
: I ain't here for revenge. I just need him and Williamson.
: Have you ever known power, John? John Marston
: I'm a semi-literate farmer and hired killer. I ain't in the power game. Abraham Reyes
: Then you will never have the knowledge that any woman will bear your child? That, for her, it will be an honor? John Marston
: I've known about enough bastards without making too many more of my own. Abraham Reyes
: A man like me cannot be with just one woman. It would be an injustice to the people I have devoted my life to serving. John Marston
: You have an interesting way of servin' the people. Kind of like a national gigolo. Abraham Reyes
: I owe it to the future of Mexico to breed, my brother. If I can get noble blood flowing through the veins of peasants, can you imagine how great this country can be? An army of Reyes! Of Kings! John Marston
: I wish I'd never asked...