The Emperor of Accents
Testin' the West
Ah'm in a bit o' a pickle. Ah have this character ah'm supposed ta use in an epic battle, but ah ain't ever tested him out in combat before. Could ah perhaps get one or two of y'all to help me? Ah just need a bit o' a sparrin' match ta make sure he won't get obliterated in live combat.
Name: Big Tex
Age: Won’t admit any specifics, but estimated to be in his late forties.
Race: White with European Ancestry
Education: Big Tex graduated from college with no major, but having taken every available class. He is a Jack-of-all-Trades in terms of knowledge.
Description: Big Tex is a sturdy man, well muscled from his childhood on a ranch. He typically wears faded blue denim jeans, light colored button-up shirts, brown cowboy boots, and a white ten-gallon hat. Big Tex has a pair of reflective sunglasses that he loves dearly.
Equipment: Big Tex carries a six chamber .45 revolver, an accompanying boiled-leather holster, and a soft leather ammo pouch. All three items are magical in origin.
When there is no gun in the holster, rubbing the holster activates a spell that generates a duplicate of Ol’ Betty (the nickname for Big Tex’s revolver). There can be only two Ol’ Betties (does not include unofficial duplicates) in a single reality at any one time. If the holster is rubbed a third time, the oldest version of Ol’ Betty dissolves and a new one is created. Big Tex values his holster over his own life.
It is unknown exactly the extents of Ol’ Betty’s magical traits, nor of Ol’ Betty’s origin. Ol’ Betty has six chambers and the chamber is swing-out design (activated by a spring-backed swing switch on either side of the top of the handle (allows for the ability to switch firing hands easily). Ol’ Betty does not accept speed-loading. Each bullet must be manually entered one at a time. Any .45 caliber bullet can be fired from Ol’ Betty without ever worrying about backfiring. If anything would stop Ol’ Betty from firing correctly, Ol’ Betty’s hammer will not activate the bullet.
Not much is known about the ammo pouch, nor its magical origins. Whenever Big Tex reaches into the pouch, his hand retracts now holding exactly six .45 bullets. There are a very large number of types of bullets available to Big Tex, and he is often quoted in saying that there are one thousand types of ammo, but few are ever seen in one story. Note: when a non-standard bullet is used for the first time in a story/role play, it will have an introduction. Also, all bullet types will be recorded, so the intros will remain consistent. If something that is not Big Tex enters the ammo pouch, it is dissolved into non-existence.
Ah speak in a Texan accent at all times out o' preference. If ya can't read it well, than ya might be able ta convince me ta inbox ya a translation.