Disclaimer: Some of the information may be either inaccurate or uncertain due the multiple interpretations of the life of this getaway outlaw.
Pre-Review Historical Bio: This outlaw was born under the name of Henry McCarty approximately in New York of 1859. Not much was known about his early childhood or accurately who was his birth parents, but resources says that he traveled westward with his mother, who first name may possibly be Catherine, and his brother Joseph. When the family were in New Mexico, Catherine had married William Antrim on March 1 Sante Fe, 1873, and died of tuberculosis in Silver City on Sept. 16, 1874. At the age of 15, Henry was already committed petty theft and had a shaky relationship with his stepfather (William Antrim). Fearing his stepfather's reactions to his imprisonment due to his recent laundry theft, Henry McCarthy decided to move westward to Arizona, where did some odd jobs in the ranches and towns under the name of Kid Antrim; otherwise known as "the Kid". It was in 1877 that his famous/infamous kill streak first began. August 1877, in some sort of pub, the Kid had engaged himself in argument with Frank P. Cahill that eventually lead to a fist fight. Pinned to the floor and desperate, the Kid pulled out his revolver and shot Cahill in the stomach, killing him the very next day. The Kid was arrested for murder and placed in jail, but he escaped and ran. Cahill's death marked the Kid's first kill, and the Kid's escape began his legacy as a western outlaw. Under the guise of William H. Bonney, the Kid eventually drifted to Lincoln County in New Mexico, where he somehow got involved in the Lincoln County War, working as a cattle rustler for originally L.G. Murphy before deciding to work for John Tunstall instead. Because of the rivalry between Murphy's and Tunstall's groups, Tunstall was murdered in 1878, and the Kid was arrest by Murphy's sheriff William Brady. He quickly escaped and vowed revenge on Tunstall's killers and whoever they work for; joining the vigilante group called "the Regulators", momentarily led by Brewer, to meet those ends. The Regulators found two of Tunstall's killer, and while Brewer wants them as prisoners, the Kid wanted to shoot them dead with his bullets. Sheriff Brady and his deputies were also found and killed by either the Regulators or just the Kid himself. This crusade of Billy the Kid's and his five companions lasted past the end of the Lincoln County War; many of their targets were dead and Billy the Kid became more well known. In 1879, Governor Wallace of New Mexico asked a meeting with the Kid, proposing that if the young outlaw agrees to surrender himself and testify against the killers of a lawyer named Houston Chapman, then the Governor would pardon him from all the charges against him and serve not time. Although the Kid was reluctant about the idea of surrendering, he does agree with Wallace's plan. However, Billy the Kid eventually grew impatience for the trial that seems to never come, and decided to escape from his "surrender" and ran from the law once more. The Kid was now an outlaw with a price on his head, cleverly dodging arrests, escaped form, and fought and won a great gun fight at Fort Sumner with his remaining cohorts. In it all he was being pursued by the Lincoln County sheriff Patrick Garrett, who wishes the Kid's arrest or death. On the night of July 14, 1881, Garett staked out at the Maxell Ranch, where he waited for the Kid's arrival. When he did arrived, the Kid was constantly asked in by Maxwell in Spanish who he was. The Kid, confused in the pitch black night, was slowly backed to the open doorway of the home, where Garrett pulled out his gun and shot the outlaw in the back. In his final moment, the great outlaw Billy the Kid died never known who shot him to death.
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Eyecon: Billy the Kid
Eyecon Color: Brown
Eyecon Code: 05
Damashii (Face) Symbol: A revolver facing forward, with two "bang" effects mirrored on each side.
Transformation Jingle: "Kaigan! Billy the Kid!" ... "Hyakupatsu! Hyakuchu! Zukyun! Bakyun!"
Eyecon first obtained: The mysterious man, now known as Chikara Saionji, visits what appears to be a Wild-Western themed antique store where he greets the store owner/cashier with Billy the Kid's cowboy hat. The owner/cashier was overly joyed with it to the point it immediately glows gold without any Ganma interference. Surprisingly (to many of us), Saionji was the one who released the Billy the Kid Parka Ghost from the hat before promptly sealing him into an eyecon with a mechanical Ghost Driver cleverly hidden in his briefcase. This Eyecon was temporarily in Saionji's possession before it was taken by Onari, which is eventually given to Takeru/Ghost.
Billy the Kid Ghost appearance: This parka ghost resembles a leather brown jacket with a cow skin pelt across the shoulder area, a folded collar, and long baggy sleeves for arms. It has orange-brown eyes, a ghostly tail with a tassel design, and a hood stylized like a western fedora with braided ropes along the front brim and bullet holsters around the "cap". More bullet holsters are seen along under and around the arms.
Ghost Billy the Kid Damashii gains great skills of marksmanship, in which he could use two guns (Gangan Saber gun mode and Bat Clock gun mode) with deadly precision and accuracy, shooting down even tiny insects form the sky. This form could also unite the two guns into a machine-gun-like rifle that could deliver even more powerful blows in even lesser time.
Weapon of Choice: Rifle (Gangan Saber gun mode + Bat Clock)
Alternative WoC: Dual guns
* The Bat Clock itself may be a reference to the saying "bats in the belfry", as certain clock houses and towers back then tend to have a large bell built in.
* The variety of weapon choice in this form reflects Billy the Kid's wide skill in many types of firearms; which includes revolvers, shotguns, and rifles.
"Well partner, there's no telling who the next fella is going to be next for some time. It could be either a willful escapist, a human stronghold, something else that happens to burst through. Who knows? All we can do is to ride the rest this autumn season and hope to see what's on the other side of the sunset."
Till next time. Ye-Haw!