Billy the Kid. Real name William Henry McCarty Junior.
One of the most famous outlaws of the American Wild West, he remains popular to this day.
He was so famous that a photograph of him went for 2.3 million dollars at auction.
His father is unknown, but his mother gave him a good education.
His letters, which remain with us to this day, are very well-written for a Wild West outlaw.
Region: North America
Alignment: Chaotic Balanced
During a normal Holy Grail War, there is a high probability he will be summoned as the Extra Class "Gunner."
His outlaw life started at the age of 12, when he stabbed a man who insulted his mother.
After that, he served as a wagon train guard while doing robberies and cattle thievery on the side.
He's the type who would often get into trouble with other outlaws for simply being on the street. But even so, he always keeps his smile and tries to avoid trouble as much as he can.
The locals accepted him due to his friendliness, but since he truly was an outlaw, he got caught up in a turf war involving his boss, John Tunstall.
This war was commonly known as the Lincoln County War and led to Billy's arrest by his former friend Pat Garrett.
However, within a year, he escaped. Garrett tenaciously chased him down, and finally found him in Fort Sumner, New Mexico.
Maybe Garrett thought he wouldn't be able to beat him in a straight-up duel, or maybe there was another reason...
Either way, Garrett shot Billy when he left his room in search for food.
Clear Interlude: Seven Knights of the Wasteland
NP Type: Anti-Personnel
Range: 1-100 Maximum Targets: 1
Thunderbolt of Broken Sound.
A three-shot counterattack fired from the Colt M1877 Double Action Revolver (AKA Thunderer) that Billy the Kid was said to have used. This is the manifestation of his legends in the form of a Noble Phantasm.
Strictly speaking, the gun itself is not the Noble Phantasm, "the shot fired from this gun in the hand of Billy the Kid" is the Noble Phantasm. It's closer to being a unique skill.
What makes this Noble Phantasm especially tricky is that the vast majority of its concept is devoted to "technique," which reduces the amount of magical energy required. Specifically, it only requires the same amount as a Rank E Noble Phantasm.
The young king of rascals, it is said he killed 21 men by the age of 21.
Ten years by the age of 21.
Ten years after his death, the Wild West came to an end.
Outlaws began to be treated as simple criminals, and the American frontier joined the rest of civilization.
It's possible that Billy the Kid was a symbol of the Wild West, and his death was a sign that the days of freewheeling outlaws had come to an end.
Billy the Kid. His real name is William Henry McCarty Junior.
A representative outlaw from the American Wild West, even in modern times his popularity is extremely high.
From the fact that one of his few remaining pictures was put for a price of two hundred million yen in an auction, one can perceive said popularity.
His father is unknown, but it seems that he received a higher education from his mother and, considering he was a Western outlaw, he left behind some skillfully written letters.
Region: North America
Alignment: Chaotic Balanced
In your usual Holy Grail War, it is very likely that he will be summoned under the Extra Class "Gunner".
When he was 12-years old, the curtain raised for his life as an outlaw when he stabbed to death a man who insulted his mother.
Since then, he accumulated crimes of cattle thief and robbery at the same time he took jobs of escort of goods and the likes.
He was the type who would pick quarrels at random with the other outlaws whenever he was in town, but, before anyone knew, he started to have a smile plastered in his face and tried to avoid trouble.
Although he was accepted by the citizens thanks to his tactful attitude, but maybe due his fate as an outlaw, he ended up being dragged into the cartel-war of John Tunstall, the farm owner who employed him.
As a result of this conflict, which is commonly called the Lincoln County War, Kid ended up being arrested by his one-time friend - Sheriff Pat Garrett.
Still, he escaped in less than a year. Sheriff Pat Garret vindictively attempted a pursuit, finding him on Fort Sumner, New Mexico.
Maybe he thought that he couldn't even in an open gunfight, or maybe there was some other reason--.
When Billy left his room to seek some food, Pat Garrett performed a sneak attack on him.
Thunderbolt of Broken Sound
Maximum Targets: 1
A counter-like three-burst shot by means of a Colt M1877 double-action revolver (nicknamed "Thunderer"), whose use Billy the Kid is said to have favored. The anecdotes associated with him turned into a Noble Phantasm.
To be exact, it is not like the revolver is a Noble Phantasm, and if you comprehensively look at the whole of "Billy the Kid's marksmanship when he holds this revolver", it seems more of a Personal Skill than a Noble Phantasm.
The most devious aspect of this Noble Phantasm is its low prana consumption, derived from the fact that the concept of Noble Phantasm is incorporated into the greater section called "technique".
In specific terms, it is no more than the same extent of consumption of employing a E Rank Noble Phantasm.
The Juvenile Rascal King, said to have killed 21 people by the time he was 21 years old.
Some ten years or so after his death, the Wild West age met its de facto end.
The outlaws were treated as mere criminals and the frontier was taken into the framework of the state.
Or maybe, the very existence known as Billy the Kid itself was the symbol of the Wild West, and his death indicated the demise of the age when outlaws could willfully live as they pleased.