"...from the beginning of time did a man raise his hand on his next-of-kin, and this practice continues to this day... envy, lust, greed overwhelming the senses of those deemed unfit to live a decent life, mingling among fair senators, prosperous cotton farm owners and proprietors of wealthy banks.
For these men, and women, the gun remained the only solution - to use it on oneself and end one's misery, or point it in the direction of those deemed unworthy to thread the barren lands of the Wild West: the corrupt, the tyrannical and the avaricious. By choosing the latter, they were signed-off as Outlaws in the eyes of the general public, enemies of the state and villains to the fair maidens of the West - but such is a life of those that live by the gun.
In the beginning, not many of those were present - a few thugs there, couple of petty criminals here, and names of Deathbringers lingering in the air like the dust from the never-ending prairies... but in time, more and more folks took up the weapons to fight for their place under the baking sun of the town of Lonetree. Towering bandits, merciless killers, youngster renegades and vengeful vigilanties roam the Wild West in search of bounties placed on eachothers' heads, while honored soldiers abandon the futile war among brethren to pursue their own agendas. Even bullfighting became non-lucative, making fleet-footed matadors take arms against men rather than horned beasts, although nowadays that line is somewhat blurry... And let us not forget the lords of these lands before the Palefaced descended with their thunder sticks - their bestial huntresses revel in bloodlust and riddle the opressors with volleys of arrows, giving them no quarter...
Many more shall follow the path of the Outlaw, and rivers of blood will soak the thirsty lands of Lonetree before the dust settles and only one silhouette is left standing... by then, the carrion birds will purify the lands, leaving bleached bones as a testimony to one harsh age full of struggle, pride and vengeance..." - The Chronicler of Lonetree