Übersetzung im Kontext von „gunslinger“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: A true gunslinger has to be as cold-blooded and precise as a banker. Many translated example sentences containing "gunslinger" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German translations. Übersetzung im Kontext von „a gunslinger“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: You're right, I'm a gunslinger. Bist du bereit, Revolverheld? Vermissen Sie nominierung nationalmannschaft Stichwort, eine Wendung oder eine Übersetzung? Please do leave them untouched. Na, willst du nicht wissen, wohin wir gehen, Revolverheld? When you see Buck and Slim
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Path of Thorns The image of a Wild West filled with countless gunfights was a myth generated primarily by dime-novel authors in the late 19th century.
An estimate of 20, men in the American West were killed by gunshot between and ,  and over 21, total casualties during the American Indian Wars from to Lawless violence such as range wars like the Lincoln County War and clashes with Indians were also a cause.
To prevent gunfights from happening, many cities in the American frontier, such as Dodge City and Tombstone , put up a local ordinance to prohibit firearms in the area.
It lasted only 30 seconds, contrary to many movie adaptations. Both parties simultaneously drew their guns, which added to the confusion of who fired first.
Billy Claiborne ran as soon as shots were fired and was already out of sight. Ike Clanton panicked as well and ran towards Wyatt pleading for his life.
Doc instantly killed Tom with blasts from his shotgun. Frank was running to Fremont Street, and he challenged Holliday for killing his brother, but Doc dropped his shotgun, drew his pistol, and shot Frank in the right temple.
Wyatt responded by sending several rounds into Billy. On April 14, , lawman Dallas Stoudenmire participated in a gunfight in El Paso, Texas which many dubbed the Four Dead in Five Seconds Gunfight , in which he killed three of the four fatalities with his twin.
One of those killed was an innocent Mexican bystander. Another well-documented gunfight resulted in the most kills by one person in a single event, when Capt.
Davis shot eleven bandits single-handedly on 19 December They were a typically diverse and motley group of Gold Rush bandits: As Captain Davis and his companions trudged on foot, the bandit gang charged out of the brush, pistols flaming.
James McDonald died instantly, without time to draw his revolver or react in any way. Bolivar managed to get his six-shooter out and fire twice at the highwaymen before he dropped, badly wounded.
Captain Davis later described himself as being "in a fever of excitement at the time. He shot down his assailants, one after another.
Four of the remaining robbers now closed in on the captain to finish him off. Davis whipped out his Bowie knife , and quickly warded off the thrusts from the two of the bandits.
He stabbed one of them to death; the other he disarmed by knocking the knife from his grasp and slicing off his nose and a finger of his right hand.
The two last attackers were the men who had been wounded in a previous bandit raid. Despite their weakened condition, they foolishly approached Davis with drawn knives.
The captain reacted in an instant. Slashing with his heavy Bowie, he killed them both. On December 1, , a town sheriff named Elfego Baca came face-to-face against 80 gunmen which became known as the Frisco shootout.
The battle started when Baca arrested a cowboy who had shot him. In turn the cowboy called upon 80 of his associates to murder Baca. Baca took refuge in an adobe house, and over the course of a hour siege, the gunmen put bullet holes in the house some accounts say a total of 4, shots without touching Baca.
He in turn killed 4 of them and wounded 8. When the shooting was over as the attackers finally ran out of ammo, Baca strolled out of the house unscathed.
Baca went on to a distinguished career as a lawyer and legislator and died in his bed in , age He sent two deputies to arrest Ike Clanton.
Wyatt Earp searched for Ike Clanton in his vendetta, but never found him — Ike moved north to Apache County to continue rustling cattle and killing.
Then Sheriff Owens turned his attention to the Blevins family, the other rustling gang in the county. The Blevins sons searched for their father and in August Hamp Blevins and another were killed by the Tewksbury side.
Blevins returned to Holbrook and was heard bragging about his killings. Sheriff Owens had hunted buffalo for the railroad and could shoot his Winchester from the hip with great accuracy.
Andy Blevins answered with a pistol in hand, the lawman told him to come out, that he had a warrant for arrest.
Blevins refused and tried to close the door. Owens shot his rifle from his hip through the door, hitting Andy Blevins in the stomach.
He missed and Owens shot John Blevins in the arm, putting him out of the fight. Owens saw Andy Blevins in the window moving to shoot back.
Owens shot through the wall, striking Andy in the right hip — he died that night. Mose Roberts, boarding with the family, jumped out of a side window with a pistol.
Sheriff Owens shot him through his back and chest, killing him. The shootout took less than one minute and made Owens a legend. In eight months Sheriff Owens had rid Apache County of two notorious gangs of rustlers and killers.
In many early western films and literature, Native Americans were often portrayed as savages; having conflicts and battles against gunfighters and white settlements.
According to the U. Bureau of the Census , an estimate of 19, white men, women and children were killed while the Indians killed numbered between 30, and 45, casualties during the American Indian Wars.
Among them was civilian Billy Dixon , who made one of the longest recorded sniper kills , by shooting an Indian off his horse almost a mile away with his Sharps rifle , during a standoff in the Second Battle of Adobe Walls.
Patton himself had a gunfight when he was a young second lieutenant chasing Pancho Villa all over northern Mexico in Patton and 10 enlisted men had been sent to San Miguelito Ranch to look for Villa, who had recently raided the city of Columbus, New Mexico.
Patton drew his obsolete single-action Colt Peacemaker revolver and shot two of the men. The first man had been fatally wounded in the exchange and tried to draw his pistol before Patton killed him with a single shot.
After his troops took down the remaining outlaw, Patton tied the three dead men to the hood of his touring car and drove the bodies back to his commanding officer.
The image of two gunslingers with violent reputation squaring off in a street is nothing more than a Hollywood invention. Ethics and Behavior in the Old South" described dueling in the American frontier as a "custom", and was primarily used for teenage disputes, rise in ranking, status and scapegoating.
The most famous and well-recorded duel occurred on 21 July , in Springfield, Missouri. They arranged to walk towards each other at 6 p.
When they were about 50 yards apart, both men drew their guns. This was the first recorded example of two men taking part in a quick-draw duel.
The following month Hickok was acquitted after pleading self-defense. The famous lawman Wyatt Earp gave an account of having participated a duel once during his vendetta.
One account says that after the party recognized Cruz, they chased him down and a gunfight ensued. During that time, Wyatt allowed Cruz to keep his revolver to "give him a chance to fight like a man.
Gordon wanted her to stop working. When she told him to leave her alone, he became angry, went outside the saloon, and started shooting out the windows with his pistol.
As bullets went through the saloon, Doc unflinching, holstered his Colt Peacemaker revolver, and walked outside. Gordon then started shooting at him but missed.
Holliday then drew his pistol and shot Gordon at long range with one shot. He then went back to the saloon.
Gordon died the next day and Holliday fled. Commercial agency in Fort Worth, which provided "protection" to gambling dens and saloons in return for a portion of their profits.
But the Dodge City gunfighter told Courtright to "go to Hell," that he could do anything that was necessary to take care of his business.
Courtright attempted the "border shift", a move where a gunfighter switches his gun to his uninjured hand, but he was too slow.
Short shot him in the chest, killing him. In the saloon, Frank sat down at a long table, Richardson turned around and took a seat at the same table.
The two were then heard speaking in low voices. After the conversation, Richardson drew his pistol, and Loving drew his in response.
The Long Branch Saloon was then filled with smoke. Deputy Sheriff Duffey threw Richardson down in a chair and took his gun, while Bassett disarmed Loving.
Richardson then got up and started toward the billiard table, when he fell to the floor with a fatal gunshot in the chest, as well as a shot through the side and another through the right arm.
Frank Loving, who had only a slight scratch on the hand, was immediately taken to jail. Harrison shot first, but missed.
Levy aimed carefully and hit Harrison, who died a week later. Not as well known today but famous in his time was the dapper, derby -wearing train robber Marion Hedgepeth , who despite his swell appearance, "was a deadly killer and one of the fastest guns in the Wild, Wild West ".
William Pinkerton, whose National Detective Agency had sought to capture Hedgepeth and his gang for years, noted that Hedgepeth once gunned down another outlaw who had already unholstered his pistol before Hedgepath had drawn his revolver.
Most Old West men who were labeled as being "gunfighters" did not kill nearly as many men in gunfights as they were given credit for, if any at all.
They were often labeled as such due to one particular instance, which developed from rumors into them having been involved in many more events than they actually were.
Often their reputation was as much "self-promotion" as anything else; such was the case of Bat Masterson. Corral in Tombstone , Arizona Territory.
He has been said to have been involved in more than one hundred gunfights in his lifetime. Why do people still play a normal ranger or sorcerer?
Honestly, while I like this subclass and have played it to much satisfaction, your reskinning of the Arcane Archer as a gunslinger sounds super cool and seems like it would get the job done.
Rollback Post to Revision RollBack. Any1 know craft time for Bad News and Hand mortar. It should be 1 for the reload. The way the DM in my group and I are handling it is kind of by-parts.
So the time will spread out over several levels. I just started working on the gun at level 5, my hope is to have it by level 8 or 9. That is way more than you asked for, but I thought a practical example may help.
That may be true, but this subclass has been our much longer than the Arcane Archer. The balance is now you have to rely on melee weapons, which you will STILL be good with because you are a fighter anyways, but now have to risk it If you take Percival as the guinea pig here -which he was- the solution is to carry more than one firearm.
His optimal battle circumstance was to have access to both throughout a battle, using whichever best fit the situation, meaning that misfiring and subsequently breaking one of the two left him in a less than optimal position, but did not completely nullify his subclass.
I would argue, however, that the reason you give only applies if the character is grossly unprepared for an eventuality that they should be well aware might take place at the most inconvenient of times.
Ouch, almost hurt myself thinking too hard for that solution. How many times did Percy lose two guns in 1 fight, or even in 1 turn? The subclass is pretty solid, but the guns pay a steeper cost than is justified by their increased damage.
That analysis is laughable for use in a discussion of the subclasses viability. Show the comparison at levels 5, 11, 17, and Drop all vestige abilities and bonuses from the analysis.
Calculate average frequency of misfire weapon breakage, subtracting attacks per round accordingly. Then, and only then, could such an analysis be used to help us determine whether the high risk is worth the high reward.
Notice my use of the word "potential" multiple times. First off, not every attack in that analysis is made with Bad News, not sure why you thought it was.
Most also chose their own cyborgs from a list of candidates, though some appear to have been assigned a cyborg. Gunslinger Girl , written and illustrated by Yu Aida , premiered in Japan on May 21, in the monthly Dengeki Daioh magazine and was completed with the September issue.
Williams said the slow schedule was due to ADV Manga feeling that they had rushed into the manga market in a period when it was too saturated with new manga titles.
Release of the series resumed in July with the publication of the fourth volume,  and six volumes were released as of April Gunslinger Girl was adapted into a thirteen-episode anime series based on the first two volumes of the manga.
The series also aired in Japan on the satellite television network Animax , which later aired the series on its networks worldwide, including its English language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia where the series received its English language television premiere.
In late , Funimation Entertainment licensed the rights to release the first season of Gunslinger Girl across North America via a three-volume DVD series, releasing the last volume on September 6, On September 19, , Funimation released the complete Gunslinger Girl series in a three-DVD box set, with another version released on December 11, A second season of the series, entitled Gunslinger Girl -Il Teatrino- , was officially announced in the October issue of Dengeki Daioh.
The second season was criticized for its lackluster animation, but earned praise for its more focused story line. FUNimation has also licensed the second season and is currently streaming subtitled episodes on its website as well as on Veoh , promising a Region 1 retail release in The second season made its North American television debut on October 19, on the Funimation Channel.
Gunslinger Girl and Gunslinger Girl: A set of video games have also been produced for the PlayStation 2 , released only in Japan.
The series is composed of three volumes. There is an additional rogue fratello in these games, who go by the names Earnest handler and Pia cyborg.
Earnest and Pia do not appear in the manga or anime, nor are they ever mentioned. It contains various songs for each of the girls sung by their respective voice actresses , as well as an instrumental for Pinocchio, extra songs by Josefa , and two other instrumentals.