These are the weapons used by all the bandits in Wild Bill’s gang. They are taken out of various cultures and eras.
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This is the Dunlap’s estate. It is known as the most lavish abode in all of Gnashing, and is frequently admired by all who pass by. It is located in the farm country, and is the same home former Congressman P. Farro inhabited.
Michael has some troubling childhood memories here, as the third story room was where he committed twelve murders during the Slave Owner Slaughter.
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James the boatman is steering Adam into the shore of Mr. Kingsley’s mysterious island. The fog is thick, and the island itself is a sight to behold…
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This is a painting of Adam and his henchmen on their way to visit Mayor Dunlap. There is an advertisement boasting Gnashing’s most celebrated and beautiful actress on the doorway, but Crank and Benny insist it is not Evelynn.
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Casey is an Irishman who is vulgar, funny, and despicable. He loves his ‘shillelagh’, which is nothing more than a blunt club.
Jackson is an Australian, who is well-built and as crude as Casey.
Gus speaks with a croaky voice, and always is agitated about something. He is heavy, and not too fun to be around.
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