Robert has a shot first, ask questions second kind of attitude. If he is tracking someone wanted dead or alive, he’ll bring them in dead, mach easier that way. He’s quick with his pistol and more then willing to shove his Pinkerton badge (or shotgun) in someone’s face, to get them out of the way.
A Smith & Wesson Model 3 revolver
Double barrel coach gun
Ammunition for both guns
A wad of bills from different banks
A bag of silver dollars
A pair of red leggings
Robert was born in New England but before he was one, his parents moved to Kansas. His father, George Shaw was a very loud spoken abolitionist, who praised the likes of John Brown during the period of time known as Bleeding Kansas. Pro-slavery men killed his father in 1857, when Robert was sixteen. At the outbreak of the Civil War, he joined a band of Redlegs, fighting as an irregular guerrilla for the Union. With the end of the war, he really wasn’t able to settle down on a farm, so he looked for work that would match his skill set. This led him the Pinkerton National Detective Agency. For them, he’s worked as a guard and hunting outlaws, the latter leading him aboard the Northern Pacific Railroad train. He is currently in the trail of a one, Twitchy Joe, wanted for murder and robbery.