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Wyatt Earp was a lawman, but that doesn't mean he wasn't as bad as they come. He was feared by all outlaws of his time. The most famous lawman of the legendary city of Tombstone, Wyatt Earp fought and won some of the most legendary shootouts of the Wild West. Like Earp, you believe in justice and you don't mind getting dirty to see justice served. You might be one of the 'good guys,' but that doesn't mean you are always good.
Billy the Kid
Billy the Kid is one of the most well-known outlaws of his time, having shot and killed 21 men (one for each year of his life) before being killed by the famous sheriff Pat Garrett. Despite his outlaw ways, Billy was known to actually be a brave and loyal friend with a great sense of humor. You share those qualities with him, as well as his amazing problem-solving skills. People who know you personally love you and understand you aren't as tough as you seem on the outside.
Jesse James made himself famous by robbing, looting, and murdering. He was sneaky and great at getting himself out of trouble, although he often couldn't do the same for members of his gang. He has also been thought of as some lawbreaking hero, but in reality, he was simply bad to the bone. Much like Jesse James, you get the job done, and while you like working in groups, you aren't great at sharing the credit, and if there is trouble to be had, you look out for number one. Just be careful, you could find that one of your 'gang' members might return the favor just like Jesse did.
The Sundance Kid
This famous gunslinger and his partner, Butch Cassidy, were responsible for one of the longest strings of successful bank and train heists in U.S. history. While they were feared by many, there is no confirmed evidence that the Sundance Kid actually ever killed anyone. Like the kid, you are smart, fast, and resourceful. People might worry about you, but they really don't have much reason to, as you are careful to not actually hurt anyone as you pursue your own goals.
Wild Bill Hickok
Like Wild Bill, you wear many hats in your professional life. Wild Bill Hickok was a popular actor, an avid gambler, a heroic lawman, and one of the best gunslingers in the Wild West. Bill started out as a Pony Express rider and was one of the best. He was also one of the few Wild West legends who actually participated in movie-style, quick-draw duels. Shot in the back of the head while playing poker, Wild Bill Hickok could advise you to keep being great at all you do, but watch your back, as some people don't love winners.
Doc Holliday was actually professionally trained with a degree in dentistry but, after learning he had tuberculosis, decided to move to the American Southwest in hopes that the warmer climate would make his symptoms less severe. Not afraid of danger, thinking it would be better to die of a gunshot wound than the slow and painful death that awaited him, Doc saved the life of Wyatt Earp, and the two became friends and together pursued and caught or killed many outlaws. Like Doc, you are highly educated but live for the moment. You believe it is better to have adventure than security. Enjoy your fun while it lasts!!