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William Edward "Billy" Sing was an Australian soldier of Chinese and English descent who served in the Australian Imperial Force during World War I, best known as a sniper during the Gallipoli Campaign. He took at least 150 confirmed kills during that campaign, and may have had over 200 kills in total. However, contemporary evidence puts his tally at close to 300 kills. Towards the end of the war, Sing married a Scottish woman, but the relationship did not last long. Following work in sheep farming and gold mining, he died in relative poverty and obscurity in Brisbane during World War II.

Battle vs. Francis Pegahmagabow (by Deathblade 100)[]

Battle to be Written

Expert's Opinion[]

While a devastating marksman, Francis could not match the more experienced Billy in the area which he needed most this battle; counter-sniping. This is mostly down to the fact that Francis never really engaged other snipers and his role was very similar to a designated marksman than a true sniper.

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