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Things are different now, John. Now, I'm in charge! No more Dutch, and no more you!
— Bill Willaimson

A natural born delinquent and troublemaker, Marion "Bill" Williamson joined up with the U.S. Army as a young adult in an attempt to put his muscle and anger to good employment. After his dishonorable discharge for attempted murder, Bill became a wandering drunk and highwaymen, stumbling into a botched hold-up of Dutch van der Linde and Hosea Matthews, who had already stolen his ammunition. Amused by Bill, the pair recruited Bill into the Van der Linde Gang, where he became one of its most loyal and brutish enforcers. For nearly a decade, Bill was a member of the gang, participating in the gang's many heists throughout the southern United States. When Arthur Morgan and John Marston attempted to get an increasingly paranoid Dutch to stop listening to traitor Micah Bell, Bill sided with the rest of the gang against the two. When the Pinkertons arrive to kill the gang, everyone scatters, with Bill ultimately going his own way for the next decade.

By 1911, Bill started his own gang, holding up in Fort Mercer near New Austin and robbing those that passed by. When Marston, having had his wife and son kidnapped by federal agents, arrived at Fort Mercer to arrest Williamson, one of his gang members shot Marston. Assuming he was dead, Williamson and his gang raided a nearby farm weeks later, with Williamson's right hand man captured in the resulting shootout. Fleeing to Mexico with the aid of former Van der Linde gang member Javier Escuella, Bill seeks the aid of corrupt dictator Colonel Agustin Allende for protection. When Marston and anti-government rebels arrive at Allende's villa, Bill and Allende attempt to escape in a stagecoach, where Bill is betrayed by Allende and left to Marston's mercy.

Battle vs. Doc Holliday (by Cth22)[]

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In a saloon, 3 men sit around a table playing cards. One of these men are the infamous Doc Holliday. The other two men are gang members of Bill Williamson's gang. The battle starts when one of Bill Williamson's men excuses Doc Holldiay of cheating. The man stands up and pulls a bowie knife on Doc. The other gang member at the table also stands up and draws his Colt Single Action. They do not notice thought that 5 of Doc Holldiay's men are scattered around the bar. The non-comnbatants in the bar get up and leave. The men accusing Doc Holliday dont notice this. One of Doc's men gets up from the bar and pistol whip the man with the bowie knife.

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Williamson's man wtih the revolver turns and guns down the man who pistol whipped his comrade.


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The gun shot alerts the rest of Bill Williamson's men who are up stairs in the brothel part of the saloon. Doc Hollidaty draws his Colt Lighting revolver and shoots the man who just shot his allie in the head. Doc Holliday motions to his men and they walk out of the bar.

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Bill Williamson and his men get there guns and go onto the balcony of the saloon. They see Doc leading his men leaving the saloon. One of Williamson's men takes his Model 1894 and shoots the last man who comes out of the bar in the back of the head.

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The rest of Doc's gang turns around and starts shooting at Bill Williamson and his men. Doc Holliday runs forward and takes a Model 1876 and snipes one of Williamson's men.

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One of Bill Williamson's men takes a stick of dynamite and throws it into the street below. Doc and his men run away from the red stick. The explosion sends them flying killing two of them in the process. Bill Williamson and his men run down the balconies stairs to finish them off.

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Doc Holliday and his remaining man get up and take cover behind a posts on the porch of the general store opposite of the saloon. Bill Williamson and his remaining men run out of the bar and advance towards the general store. Doc Holliday's remaining man steps out of his cover and blast the closest man with his 10 gauge shotgun. The blast sawed the man in half.

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Bill Williamson remaning man shoots the man with the shotgun with his Browning Auto-5. The blast sent the man flying back into the post.

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Doc Holliday gets out of his cover and shoots the man with the Auto-5 with his Colt Lighting revolver.

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Bill Williamson and Doc Holliday sat there and stared at each other. Doc put his revolver back in his holster and put his hand on the grip of the gun. Williamson does the same. They sat there for bout a minute till a wagon comes down the street. Doc Holliday looks back thinking its enemy reinforcement. Williamson takes the chance and shoots Doc hitting him in the shoulder. Williamson advances on Holliday taking out his bowie knife. He kneels down next to Doc and smiles an evil smile. Suddenly a gun shot goes off. Bill Williamson grips the side of his neck as blood flows from his juglar. Doc Holldiay stands up and walks to Williamsons body. He drops a 1866 derringer next to the dead body and walks down the street to the doctors.

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