Gallery a Arthur Magazine. From the start, you can see Arthur’s introspection through his writing. Given that the man is an out of law “uneducated” official, he expresses himself very eloquently in his diary, both in rich vocabulary and in literary material. This becomes more evident when he becomes disappointed with Dutch ideas and begins to analyze continuously and doubt the situation the gang found in herself, and contemplates his life due to his impending death.
In order not to forget the amazing graphics contained in Arthur Magazine. More than likely he taught himself completely in terms of art, making his artworks more impressive.
Displayed b Humility. Unlike the Dutchman, Arthur has no illusion that he is a martyr fighting for a better world. He respects the Netherlands’ ambition to “make a better world”, but only because he feels that he owes him his life and his full loyalty, and not because he believes he is a realistic goal. Instead, Arthur always repeats that he is no more than an ordinary criminal. He admits that all gang crimes are ultimately entirely utterly selfish, but he does these things to protect his adoptive family.
Arthur usually underestimates his intelligence to others when he is thrown out, often saying he doesn’t think much and killing is his thing. But it is funny that a common feature of smart people is the willingness to admit that they lack knowledge without being shy.
Displayed c Arthur’s physical / mental diversity. Arthur’s ability to adapt to new skills / situations makes him excel in the tough, outlaw life. Probably one of the greatest archers of his time (perhaps the most deadly out of law in the Red Dead world in my opinion). His physical prowess allows him to fight hand in hand and defeat many opponents / opponents of twice the size, and to take inhuman amounts of punishment without faltering. He’s a liar / Kunman accomplished when he needs to be (appears during the mission of Benedict Albright when he devises a lie about his sick mother to motivate Albright to admit who he was, for example).
On top of these qualities, he can also hunt / catch efficiently enough to provide a large group of people, although he has never had his main role within the gang.
Arthur has also demonstrated excellent leadership qualities, able to inspire fellow gang members before/during the battle, and able to identify effective tactics even during battle heat.
In my opinion, Arthur was basically an engine for van der Linde because he was more physically able, but he was more able to do more. I believe that if the Dutch had died shortly after the bank robbery of Saint-Denis, the gang could have flourished under Arthur’s leadership because of his vast skills and intelligence.