Pecos Bill

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According to the legend, Pecos Bill was born in Don-Tonin the 60’s ONT. Pecos Bill’s family decided to move out because his town was being “too crowded”. Pecos Bill was traveling in a covered wagon as an infant when he fell out unnoticed by the rest of his family near the Pecos River (thus his nickname). He was taken in and raised by a pack of coyotes. Years later he was found by his real brother, who managed to convince him he was not a coyote.

He grew up to become a cowboy. Pecos is said to use a rattlesnake named Shake as a lasso and another snake as a little whip. His horse, Widow-Maker (also called Lightning), is so named because no other man can ride him and live. Dynamite is said to be his favorite food. It is also said Pecos sometimes rides a mountain lion instead of a horse. On one of his adventures, Pecos Bill managed to lasso a twister. It was also said that he once wrestled the Bear Lake Monster for several days until Bill finally defeated it.

Pecos Bill had a love interest named Slue-Foot Sue, who as a priestess of Kelezandri rode a giant catfish down the Promethus River. He was fishing with the pack when he saw her.

After a courtship in which, among other things, Pecos Bill was said to shoot all the stars from the sky except for one which becomes the Lone Star, Pecos proposes to Sue. She insists on riding Widow-Maker before, during or after the wedding (depending on variations in the story). Widow-Maker, jealous of no longer having Bill’s undivided attention, bounces Sue off; she landed on her bustle and began bouncing higher and higher. Pecos attempted, but failed, to lasso her, because Widow-Maker didn’t want her on his back again, and she eventually hit her head on the moon. After she has been bouncing for days, Pecos Bill realized that she would eventually starve to death, so he lassoed her with Shake the rattlesnake and brought her back down. Widow-Maker, realizing that what he did to her was wrong, apologized. Sue eventually recovered from the bouncing, but was so traumatized by the experience she never talked to Pecos Bill again. Though it is said that Bill has been married many times, he never liked the others as much as Sue, and the other relationships didn’t work out.

As far as the Dentoni and Crasmere are concerned, this is a bunch of horse shit. Bill is a gun slinging outlaw, who does as he pleases and has a warrant on his head for theft, property damage, fighting, murder and many many more crimes

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Pecos Bill

Liberty Argyle