Cowboy Analysis

*Happy birthday to this fella, and yes I'm gonna tell this tragedy story about this birthday boy.

*This passage will be including the history of 《Westward Movement》, and his sad story.

*This passage will also containing the letter which the deduction is writing.


*I am afraid that this story will change ur mind about him tho..

*Also if u saw me on discord, AS always this passage are with three languages including English, Chinese and Japanese.(? ′?` ?)

*ALSO FOR THE FIRST TIME, I will add his skin, and his skill analysis!!!!

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Now, how about a history of what is a cowboy, Native American and Kevin’s family?

Q: What is a cowboy?

A cowboy is an animal herder who tends cattle on ranches in North America, traditionally on horseback, and often performs a multitude of other ranch-related tasks.

The word "Cowboy" actually comes from Spanish and is translated literally in Spanish and the earliest cowboys are of Spanish descent who came to live in the Americas. Unlike the British and French colonists who landed on the east coast of the United States, the latter cattle in captivity, and when the grass in the fence was eaten by the cattle, the herd was driven to a new grassy place to continue to stock. Such cattle herders are called "Drivers" in UK English.

Unlike the colonists of other colonies, the Spaniards were nobles and adventurers, while being rigorous, intelligent, gentlemanly, bold, ambitious, adventurous… They grazed their cattle like nomads, which are the origins of colonial cowboys. In the colonies, boys and girls who grew up in ranching under adult supervision were given the responsibility of "cowboy" work on the ranch as teenagers, learning horse riding and basic ranching skills.

In 1725, Jonathan Swift first used the term, referring to a boy who cared for cows. Between 1820 and 1850, it was used in Britain to describe young boys who cared for cows in their families or communities, not the cool image of the present. It wasn't until 1849 that cowboys began to have the meaning of it that modern people gave it – to those who used long sticks to drive cattle and load them on to trains for transport and furthermore, used it to refer to the Spanish-like herders and gradually became a cultural and formal profession.

It can be said that due to the development of technology and a number of other reasons (such as the time when there was no frozen meat device can transport beef remotely, cattle must be transported across the mainland live), 1865 to 1895 is the heyday of cowboys, but also there is a real cowboy existence of the period (Kevin should be this period to become cowboys). Cowboys are known for their signature lassos and six-ring revolvers. Since then the historical evolution, cowboys also slowly declined, gradually becoming a cultural significance greater than the physical significance of the profession.

Q: What is a Native American (Indian)?

First I have to say, Native American isn't referring to a single person(or national), but to all Native Americans except the Inuit (also known as the Eskimos).

It is now generally accepted in the academic community that the ancestors of Native Americans were from Asia across the Bering Strait to the Americas, and that the Mongols of Asia share the same ancestors as the Americans. During the last ice age (between 65,000 and 15,000 years ago),The Bering Strait was a land bridge that connected north-east Asia with northwest America and became a natural gateway for Asia and the United States. Hunters in northeastern Asia, who hunted mammoths and deer at the time, were likely to follow the animals across the Bering Strait landbridge to the Americas, becoming the ancestors of ancient American civilization. 

After more than 20,000 years of differentiation, Native Americans have produced many different national and linguistic records and produced The Mayan civilization, Aztec civilization and other famous American civilizations. However, later, as a result of the persecution and destruction of Native Americans and their cultures by European colonists, a large number of Native Americans died from the genocide of white European colonists and the deadly infectious disease they brought. At the End of the 19th century, the First Nations population was 90 percent lower than before, during which time they clashed with the United States.

It was during this period that Theodore Roosevelt uttered his famous de-powder manifesto, which showed the serious anti-Indian culture of the time in 1886:

“I don't go so far as to think that the only good Indians are dead Indians, but I believe nine out of ten are, and I shouldn't like to inquire too closely into the case of the tenth.”

It was not until June 2, 1924, when U.S. President Calvin Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act that the Indians were granted full civil rights. During the 1965 affirmative movement, the Indians earned themselves the care that minorities should enjoy, such as bonuses in exams and personal income tax relief.

However, the Indians are still among the lowest-lying groups in the United States today, with 3 million Indians living in abject poverty. Although the federal government grants more than $200 million a year in subsidies to remaining Indians, they remain the highest-school suicide, high school dropout, lowest per capita income and 50 to 90 percent unemployment for social and historical reasons.

Q:why is this important in this passage?

Because I will tell you the important history in Kevin deduction.

The Policy of the American Progressive Movement towards the Indians and the Situation of the Indians at that Time

( °?° ) I feel bad about this…

Before the Westward Movement, the anti-Indian plot in the United States was already very intense. (The following source is "HOLOCAUST" published by Oxford University Press in 1992)

In 1779, when George Washington instructed Major-General John Sullivan to attack Indian tribes, he said: If you put 'junk' (referred to as Indians) near all settlements, then the whole country is not just a flood but a disaster Was destroyed. During the massacre of Indians, Washington also instructed his generals to refrain from listening to any peaceful surrender proposals until all Indian settlements have been effectively destroyed.

In 1783 Washington compared Indians and wolves with anti-Indian sentiment without doubt: "Both are predatory beasts that differ only in shape." And the sergeants peeled from the corpses of the Indian tribe: From Peel your hips down so you can make good boots you can use. "And 28 out of every 30 Indian towns are destroyed in 5 years.

In 1814, James Madison of the United States re-enacted the regulations for rewarding the slaughter of Indians in North American colonial parliaments in 1703. The statute states that for every scalp irritating an Indian (whether it is a man, woman, child, or even an infant), the U.S. government will award a bonus of $ 50 to $ 100 (50- $ 100, $ 100 for killing young Indian men over 12 years old.)

In May 1830, US President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Migration Act and sent Indians out of the area east of the Mississippi River. The bill provides that Indians can use land in the United States, but cannot enjoy ownership. The southern states of the United States are eager to obtain the right to use the land where the Indian tribe lives, so they approved the passage of the bill and assisted in using military power to escort those Indians away from their homeland-

This road is also known as the "Trail of Tears": migrants suffered violence, disease and hunger on their way to the new area, and many died before reaching their destination. These forcibly migrated tribes include members of Cherokee, Muskoki (Creek), Seminole, Chicaso, Choctaw, Ponca and the Hook / Winnipeg tribe. The girl who helped Kevin should be a member of the Cherokee and a branch tribe who did not want to leave her homeland (That written in Chinese website)

From the 1860s to the 1990s, especially after 1864 (after the end of the American Civil War), Americans enjoyed their own land under Lincoln's Homestead Act-which culminated in the slaughter of Indians. Many Indian villages It became a ghost realm overnight.

With the cooperation of the local militia, the regular US Federal Army adopted tactics such as split-in and combined attack to focus on launching more than 100 military operations of different sizes. By the 1890s, Indian villages in the area specified by the Homestead Act had basically disappeared.

In 1862, President Lincoln ordered the hanging of 38 chiefs of 38 Dakota Soviet tribes in Manso, Nisuda. Most of these hanged were clergy and political leaders of their tribe. None of these chiefs have committed crimes charged by the U.S. government, and people have deliberately created the largest unlawful killing in American history.

In 1869, Congress established the "Indian Commissioner". The council was given and Ministry of Interior officials to manage grants to compensate Indians for ceding land and was responsible for the conservation of reserved areas and their valuable natural resources.

In 1871, Congress passed the Indian Appropriations Act with additional provisions stating that the federal government no longer recognizes Indians as an independent entity that has signed a treaty and that it has the right to handle Indian affairs without obtaining tribal consent. The "Indian Commissioner" and the Indian Payments Act gives the U.S. government direct control of the reserve and its natural resources, placing all Indians under the laws of Congress and the Presidential Executive Decree, and The government arbitrarily plundered their land by means of "appropriation".

In 1883, the Bureau of Indian Affairs issued an order establishing a court system to remove the jurisdiction of tribal chiefs. In 1885, Congress passed a decree extending the jurisdiction of federal courts to Indians in reserved areas. This series of measures undermined and deprived the chief's administrative jurisdiction and judicial power, and further disintegrated tribal organizations. Secondly, the Indians in the reserve have lost their freedom of movement, can no longer obtain traditional living resources, and are often in a state of semi-hunger. Government officials provide very little food to Indians in the reserve and are often sold to them at illegally high prices. For example, supplies to the Black Mountain Reserve include "mouldy flour, rancid beef and worm blankets."

In 1890, the Teton Sioux people of South Dakota were cut in half due to a new treaty. They lived on very little money in Congress, but faced the serious threat of drought. Many desperate Sioux people desperately hold "Wowoka Ceremony"

(Note: Wowoka is a religious leader of the Indians. He told the Sioux that as long as the dances and religious rituals they advocate are held, the dead Indians can return, drive away the whites, and bring the bison back to their old days. See Leroy R. Haven et al., "Western America'', p. 375.)

White Americans are scornfully called "the devil dance". The army commander tried to stop dancing and was killed by the cow chief and some Indians in resistance. The U.S. army also tried to disarm another Soviet warrior and was stubbornly resisted by them. As a result, the "Ondi" "Denny" was killed, and 200 Indian warriors, women and children were killed, lying in the snow. Since then, Indians living in the reserve have been basically isolated from white society. Most tribes rely on the federal government's rations and annuities to varying degrees, and they rely on government alms to live a beggar-like life. The Great Plains Indians eventually fell under American control.

Oh yea, I forgot this one:

The food that the Indians originally depended on was bison, as bison is the main reliance of Indian Sioux people. They not only provide them with food and clothes but also provide tents where Sioux people live. 

After the US government demarcated land for Indian tribes, some Indians who depended on hunting bison for a living still often tracked the bison herd, which made the Indians' homes erratic.

The bison itself had huge economic value, and the fur market in Europe at that time also bought the fur of these bison at a high price. 

So the government ordered large-scale hunting of bison, and even set up specialized hunting teams and hunting grounds, and publicly encouraged this behavior as "a form of entertainment" under the leadership of the US government for less than 20 years, The number of bison has dropped from more than 13 million to less than 1,000. From 1871 to 1875, it was only a few years to hunt bison high lake. To the south of the Pacific Railroad, millions of bison were slaughtered. In 1883, the last thousand cattle north of the railroad were also killed. Since then, there have been only dozens or hundreds of small groups scattered around. Until 1900, there were only three hundred bison left. 

Seeing that the American bison was about to become extinct, people who loved nature launched a campaign to protect the bison. The head of the New York Zoo, Hao Naitaibo, organized the "Bison Conservation Alliance", which was supported by all parties, and the killing of the bison was gradually stopped. 

Because the Indians lost important food sources, they could only stay in reserved areas designated by the government to make them suffer from hunger and disease.

Now has ended this story, we see this guy’s family btw…

You know what I mean? ? ?°??°?

Yes this guy is from Hispanic descent.

Deduction part 

1. Change Meeting:It is always fortunate to meet a new friend before fate befalls you.

A photograph: A boy who has fallen in the snow looks up to see a ragged Native American girl and mad cows nearby. The girl holds an exquisite lasso in her hand.







This is the first time Kevin met with the Native American girl; what’s interesting is that here how they describe this girl with ragged (clothes). The snow shows that this happened in winter, and about the “mad cows”; America's slaughter of bison began after the end of the Civil War – so it's reasonable to assume that the girl's tribe was hungry, and she and the grown-ups snuck out of the reservation to hunt, only to be left. 

Kevin's family should run the ranch, so the girl may be careful to follow him before Kevin meets the mad cows, ready to steal food or herds. However, even though Kevin is an enemy on sort of confrontation, the girl's willingness to risk her life (in the case of the strategy for the fleeing Indians) to come forward to help him can be seen in the goodness and bravery of the little girl. Kevin's cowboy spirit and heroism should also have been influenced by her.

As for the delicate lasso, combined with what is to be seen below, it should be the amulet given to her by the girl's father, the clan elder. A girl who goes hunting at a young age may also because of her identity: she must give encouragement and courage to hungry clan members. She didn't think it would save a simple white boy, and she became friends with him, and she didn't think she would ever return to the tribe.

2.Gratitude: Anyone with a conscience will care about this girl in trouble, not to mention that she is my saviour.

A group photograph: Kevin and the girl sit near a dilapidated fireplace looking happy. The girl is giving him the lasso.







 (…why do I feel like ch is more interesting, tho?)

Kevin is supposed to treat the girl as a benefactor, understand her situation, and invite her to his home as a guest. Parents should really thank the girl from the beginning, and the girl treated them sincerely and gave Kevin his amulet. 

One detail shown here, however, is the "dilapidated fireplace". Combining the history of the killing of bison, the American native animal husbandry actually suffered a certain blow during this period-the prices of fur and meat have dropped a lot, and Kevin's family must have suffered to a certain extent as a pasture, hardship. It is likely to fall into a state of poverty and it is difficult to continue to live in this winter. Money may be a big reason to entice them to start with girls – after all, Indian bounties were indeed worth a lot of money.

3.Expectation: Life is like that. Not all dreams are easy to achieve.

Not everyone who parts has a chance to meet again.






Combined with the story below, it should be the girl who bid farewell to the family after living with the family for a while; but the reason for her farewell is probably not to return to the tribe herself, but other reasons, we check the next deduction.

4.Nightmare: No, impossible! He is not like that! At least he didn't use to be.

Reward Notice: Reward for American citizens who kill Native Americans. That mean the newly acquired cows and sheep are beneficiaries.







Now here ends, how about some little analysis of how devs have a wrong translation about this deduction?

In this passage, the Chinese and Japanese versions are using “they '' as pronoun someone here, but why is the English version using “he”instead of “them”?

Ehh maybe they see (他) as he not (他们)…

And yes, if you know a little Japanese or Chinese, it’s kinda different tho…

So the full translation is: No! Impossible! They are not like that! At least they didn't use to be.

Yet if it uses “he” here then the whole story… is weird?

Ok, now we return to the main story. 

What can be certain here is that the girl was indeed exchanged for a bounty by Kevin's parents. However, with the Indians' original physical fitness and adaptability to the natural environment (besides that the girl can control the mad cow alone), the girl is unlikely to be tracked by two ordinary herders after leaving.

So here's an inference: The girl was sold by Kevin's parents and sent to soldiers or hunters of Native American fugitives.

Based on the fate that she had made earlier, the girl easily believed the words of the two white adults, thinking that they could send them back to the reserved area where the tribe originally was – however, her trust was betrayed, and her life was used in exchange for a bounty that was used to buy the cattle and sheep the family needed to survive the winter safely. In combination with the situation at the time … counting Indians also need to cut their scalp … (I can't imagine it anymore …)

Kevin may not know this at first, but discovered it through other people's side exposure or a certain moment of awareness-no doubt it has a huge impact on his outlook on life and values. In the process of getting along with the girls, he should have been influenced by many other people, and he also had good feelings and goodwill towards the Indians. The parents who should be role models for their children treat a benefactor, a child his age like this – is it really right to act this way?

In the introduction of the Chinese official website (only in mainland China), the story about Kevin is like this:

Born in the western United States, Kevin Ayusso became a close friend of an Indian tribe girl in his youth. However, with the outbreak of conflict between the US military and the tribe, the two lost contact.

And the English version is like this:

A cowboy from North America who befriended a young girl from an native American tribe when he was younger and learned how to use the lasso. Many years later,he was saved by the native Americans when he suffered misfortune and the passionate Kevin (ok omg they type wrong his name) Ayuso remained with the tribe. But good things never last and the tribe died out. He didn't want to stay, so he decided to roam the European continent.

Maybe this explains Kevin's external qualities:

Protective: If hit by the Hunter while carrying a female character, his strong protective instincts will kick in and the Cowboy will take damage twice (his teammate receives none).

(and there more… But I just say this for the female duh..)

This is an apology he couldn't say to the girl.

(And then someone will come out and talk like how about using him in deduction eh?)

He left because he sold his tribe and felt guilty.

But what about his family?

And the letter?

And the Tribe?

This will be mentioned down there.

5.Livelihood: Leaving home requires courage and resolve, as well as money.

Employment Agreement: The farmer will regularly pay Kevin Alonso a salary. Fortunately, for a healthy cowboy, it is not difficult to maintain a livelihood.







(And here again, devs type his name wrong again…)

Kevin, who couldn’t find a solution, ran away angrily and became a cowboy using his own technology to make a living. As for the girl; she did not understand the truth for a period of time after her death.) The time from leaving home to Kevin's subsequent death lasted for several years, during which time his skills gradually became superb and became a free and casual cowboy.

6.Escape from Death: Been trapped here for three days. I'm cold and hungry… am I… going to die?

A photograph: Several Native Americans surround Kevin as he lies near the fire. It looks like an elder is carrying an exquisite lasso and seems quite excited.




6.九死に一生 :ここに閉じ込められてから3日が経つ。寒い、そしてお腹が空すいた…このままここで…死ぬのか?



Later, Kevin suffered during a long-distance escort of the herd – very clever in terms of the environmental description as it was another winter. He should have been trapped in a snowstorm during the process of transporting herds of cattle and lost his way to the place where the Indians lived and were rescued by them. The patriarch found the daughter's lasso and thought that his daughter was related to the man-but it is worth noting that they moved Kevin to the fire first, and then found the lasso-and the girl rescued Kevin's good intentions are the same. At this time, they have not released the hatred of losing their territories to individuals, and it is for this reason that Kevin has the possibility to join this tribe after becoming a member of them.

7.Atonement: Is the enthusiasm from gratitude or jealousy?

A diary: I have concealed the sins of those two people and the bad deeds my people committed against them. I wish to atone.






I need to say, this proves that Kevin didn't sell the girl tho

It is saying the sin of those two, not him.

If he really sold out his crush then it will say here, “I have concealed the sin of mine”, not “I have concealed the sin of those two people”. 

Now, I will introduce the tribe here, but first, let us see his backstory:

A cowboy from North America who befriended a young girl from a native American tribe when he was younger and learned how to use the lasso. Many years later, he was saved by the native Americans when he suffered misfortune and the passionate Kevin Ayuso remained with the tribe. But good things never last and the tribe died out. He didn't want to stay, so he decided to roam the European continent.

(In the Chinese backstory, here mention Cherokee as the tribe the girl had been.)

Now we can introduce the tribe to which the girl belongs: Cherokee.

The Cherokee (/?t??r?ki?/; Cherokee: ??????, romanized: Aniyvwiya?i, or Cherokee: ???, romanized: Tsalagi) are one of the indigenous people of the Southeastern Woodlands of the United States. Prior to the 18th century, they were concentrated in what is now southwestern North Carolina, southeastern Tennessee, edges of western South Carolina, northeastern Georgia and northeastern Alabama.

During this time, the Cherokees encountered something like this (combined with the trail of tears mentioned earlier):

Force migration 

After the United States became independent, Andrew Jackson was elected as the seventh President of the United States in 1829. President Andrew Jackson advocated that Native Americans should be moved to the southern state of Oklahoma. So in 1838 and 1839, the Cherokees originally living in Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee were forced to move to the Indian area designated by the government, mainly concentrated in Oklahoma. Ma. This forced relocation from the central United States to the south was called the "Blood and Tears Road" to express the hardships of the migration at that time and the history of the US government's disregard for Indian rights. Half of the Cherokees died during this path of blood and tears, mainly because they were unwilling to relocate and clashed with the army, died of illness during the relocation, and in Oklahoma the first year A person who died unfortunately when living in Mazhou because of dissatisfaction with soil and water.

However, this tribe of girls is probably not the same (after all, there are still many Cherokees, and they are not likely to be attacked if they live in the reserve)

So this tribe is actually a branch that stays in the homeland:

Branch tribe 

During the relocation, a group of Cherokees who did not want to move to the south fled to the mountains in order to avoid the tracing of government forces. The number was about 300. After a period of time, these Cherokees who lived on the mountain wanted to continue to live in the mountains, so after coordination with the US government, they were finally recognized by the US government as an Indian group in 1868. The Cherokees who originally migrated to Oklahoma became Cherokee. But it was not until 1984 that the Cherokee tribes in these two places officially met each other for the first time.

Perhaps this partly explains why girl are used by Kevin's parents to earn bounty-because their tribe is illegal in white law itself.

In any case, Kevin's co-destination and friendship with the girl won the trust of this tribe-of course, he should lie to the patriarch that the girl is still alive, but only passed elsewhere. People also think that this amulet symbolizes that Kevin is a trusted person, so he was included in the tribe.

This set of assumptions can be seen through this skin:

8.Ruthless: They are attacking more and more frequently! We seem to be at a dead end.

"Believe me! I did not reveal the tracks of everyone. I am not a spy!"



8.完全殺戮 :彼らの攻撃がますますひどくなってくる!



But the good times didn't last long. As mentioned earlier, at this time in the United States, due to the increasingly serious exploitation of Indians, rebels in Montana appeared.

On June 25, 1876, near the Little Big River in Montana, the war between the U.S. forces and the most powerful Sioux Indians in North America was called the "most tragic" between the U.S. forces and the Indians. Battle. It ended with Indian victory. The Indian Army led by Crazy Horse annihilated the 7th Cavalry Regiment, the most famous American 1st Cavalry Division in the history of the United States, led by Custer. The Indian Union Chief Niu Niu successfully introduced Officer Custer and killed him. The entire battle lasted only half an hour. This was also the greatest victory of the Indians in the entire Indian War.

But the victory of the battle here soon led to more crusades-as mentioned earlier, the entire Indian rebellion ended in defeat, and the leaders of the two clans died. Kevin's tribe was attacked at this time, and because this was the attack that Kevin started after joining the tribe, people naturally pointed his finger at him, thinking that he was actually a white spy, and asked again about the whereabouts of his girl.

9.Hesitation: If I told the truth back then… no… I shouldn't.

"Linny and I were once very good friends. We experienced a beautiful winter together. How come, she never came back?"







To face these people's persecution, Kevin chose to remain silent because he loved these Indians and feared that the crimes of his parents clouded the intimate relationship between them and feared that the elders of the tribe were disappointed with him. However, the lies are inconsistent with Kevin's creed of life, and the people of the tribe no longer trust him as they did in the past-understand that these tribes will eventually die, and Kevin, who is unable to save these, can only choose to return to white people Identity, leave at the most suitable time.

Stop here, we now have another wrong translation tho

And answer what is Linny?

Yes, I say what is Linny instead of who tho..

Heh, don't think about Wonderpet…

“Linny” in Chinese is 令媛(ài),which means “your beloved daughter”.

And yet, 媛 also as Polyphone like 令媛(yuàn), but in Chinese, you can't announce that tho…

Here an example:令嫒芳龄几何?


It means “How old is your daughter?”

(I can imagine that when I analyze Wu Chang’s deductions… I need to do these things, duh..)

More beautifully, this word also can pronoun to 令爱, it the same meaning!

Here full sentence is: 

"Your beloved daughter and I were once very good friends. We experienced a beautiful winter together. How come, she never came back?"

Sounds beautiful….

(Jp using 彼女 as your daughter… wow?)

10.Difficult to Bear: The dead will not appear. That is… the heavy shadow of a conscience.

A farewell letter to the chief and a bag of gold coins. These seem to be all his possessions.






I think “The Dead” mentioned here has two meanings: on the one hand, this refers to the girl. Kevin can't forget what happened in the past. Although he deceived the tribe, his conscience and reality still entangles him – the blame for failing to save his friends made him unable to stay. On the other hand, “the dead” probably also refers to Kevin himself. He hopes to do something for the last time. In the traditional Indian concept, the warrior who died for the tribe is the most respectable – so Kevin forged his death, posing as a war death, quietly handed the farewell letter and gold coins to the patriarch, saying goodbye. 

Pretending to die is another good-faith lie, but this lie is bound to continue to haunt Kevin for the rest of his life. Maybe that's why he chose to escape to Europe instead of returning to the United States: he knew he was powerless to change this. In fact, I can't bear to see a civilization die out. So he chose to go to the manor, being a cowboy of the past, and save those he could save. 

However, it is still difficult to say goodbye in the past: we can see from the image of Kevin

Whether it was the cloak he wore, the feathers on his hat, or the amulet on his neck, these were still things given to him by the tribe; the girl's lasso was also a symbol of his most inseparable memories. Maybe he is still troubled by the past and is compensating for unnecessary blame. 

Deduction part end…

The letter analysis part 

"Dear [user],

Now that you have fulfilled my commission, why don't you hear about this wanderer's confession.

Just like two travelers lighting a fire under the starry sky, sitting across from each other and telling each other their story in the vast wilderness. 

Angelina described it to me once and I've finally seen it:

I've seen the bison herd dashing across a plain. Members of the Su clan followed the totems in their heart and moved across America, chasing the sunset.

I've also seen skinned bison bodies on a plain, covered in bullet holes. Even wild wolves wouldn't touch their meat.

I can't stop "civilization" from expanding, and I don't have the courage to fight for the justice of their survival. 

My parents gave me life, yet I chose to run away from my home.

Angelina trusted me, yet I didn't protect her.

The Chief and his wife took care of me, yet I didn't repay their kindness. I didn't even return their daughter's keepsake – cowboys from the farm targeted the Indians' hunting ground, while wandering cowboys took away an old couple's last remembrance of their daughter.

Angelina, Angelina please forgive me.

I am still the lost boy you knew.

But I'll never give up the freedom you introduced me to: 

Champion of the clan, run with the bison,

dance with the wolf, fly higher than the eagle.

-Kevin Alonso's Confession"

1.How about the story of the Ayuso family?

Ayuso is a typical Spanish surname, so Kevin's family should be a typical Hispanic America.

Hispanic Americans or Latino Americans refer to immigrants and ethnic groups who have migrated from Latin America to the United States. With English as a second language. The Americans call them "Hispanic" or "Latino". In fact, many of them are Europeans or mixed races (Mestizo) whose ancestors were married to Native Americans. They do not refer to the real Spanish, And sometimes include immigrants and ethnic groups who actually migrated from Spain to the United States.

(Someone who is a Hispanic American jump out and talk ;D)

Most of the Cherokee population lived in Oklahoma after the migration, and before the United States war against Mexico in 1846, this area once belonged to Mexico. So it was possible that Kevin was a Spanish immigrant who settled here a long time ago and became an American citizen after the US-Mexico War.

When it came to Kevin's parents, they happened to meet the enactment of the Homestead Act of 1862.

The Homestead Act of 1860 stipulates that all parents of the family or citizens of the United States of America who have reached the age of 21 and have never participated in the rebellion can register to receive a total of 160 acres after sworn that they have acquired the land for the purpose of reclamation and paid a $ 10 fee Of the house, the registrant has lived and cultivated on the house for 5 years, and can obtain a land license to become the owner of the house.

The Homestead Act also provides for a reimbursement clause that if a registrant applies for a priority purchase, it can be purchased for six months at a price of $ 1.25 per acre. This clause was later used by land speculators.

Oklahoma was a wasteland at the time, but its economy grew rapidly as a large number of speculators entered the state. For the Aboriginals here, however, these speculators have squeezed their living space-not only the Indians slaughtered by these land speculators, but also Aborigines such as the Ayusos.

In the deduction, we can see the description of their home:

Conclusion: A photo: Kevin and the girl sit near a dilapidated fireplace looking happy. The girl is giving him the lasso.

They may not have benefited from the homestead law for the first time, and their lives have fallen into poverty (even letting their children go out to raise cattle in the winter to make money). In a sense, they are the victims of the early period of the house law, and the later profits.

The speculators who entered Oklahoma coveted the land, and began to drive away the Native Americans who lived here, and even launched a civilian slaughter (the government did not control it because of the American civil war at the time). Many Indian villages were directly reduced to ashes overnight, becoming "under the name" of these speculators.

And Oklahoma had previously introduced local laws in 1837: a reward for Indian scalp, the price is as follows

Adult Indian men $ 100, women $ 50, children $ 25.

At the time, this was undoubtedly a huge sum, so the folk even had specialized Indian hunters.

John Glanton, a criminal who hunted Indians in Mexico, was rushed back to the United States, but he and his illegal gangs have collected more than 500 scalps in the territory, according to today's exchange rate Counting them, they became millionaires by killing Indians.

It is conceivable that in such an environment and reality, there are local folks offering high-value rewards to fugitive Indians, and Kevin's parents will eventually choose to sell girls for money, which is actually not uncommon-after all, this is true throughout the age In those days, Indians were not as good as pigs and dogs or even cows in the eyes of many white people.

cowboys from the farm targeted the Indians' hunting ground,

The letter mentions this.

2.Native American in this era

After reading the above content, you may have a general understanding of the Indians at the time, but the cruller fact is that the persecution of Indians in the United States is actually more cruel and bloody than these words describe.

(This story you need to see back from the start, The Policy of the American Progressive Movement towards the Indians and the Situation of the Indians at that Time)

By 1867, according to the strategy proposed by the Peace Council at the St. Louis conference to divide the reservation, 54,000 Indians roaming the northern Great Plains were concentrated in the Black Mountain Reservation in the Dakota Sands. The 86,000 Indians in the south were placed on the Oklahoma Reservation.

As for the survival of the reserves, it is not optimistic: most of the food promised by the government is corrupt, and daily necessities such as bedding are buggies, and this is still the case. Many Indian tribes, unable to leave the reserve, suffered severe famine and largely disappeared after a winter.

The simple generalization is that the reservation says something good about the reserve, and the hard to hear is the concentration camp. Of course, the United States does not just do these things, but too many bad things are really hard to read. 

In short, according to more reliable statistics, there would have been about 30 million to 100 million indigenous Indians in this land in the United States, in 1890 there were only less than 100,000. Moreover, the United States or other countries in the Americas that persecute Indians do this under the guise of spreading civilization.


That's why Kevin says,  “I can't stop civilization" from expanding, and I don't have the courage to fight for the justice of their survival. “ 

3.Native American and the American bison

In Kevin's letter, he mentions this:

Angelina described it to me once and I've finally seen it:

I've seen the bison herd dashing across a plain. Members of the Su clan followed the totems in their heart and moved across America, chasing the sunset.

The bison mentioned here is the American bison. 

The American bison or simply bison (Bison bison), also commonly known as the American buffalo or simply buffalo, is a North American species of bison that once roamed North America in vast herds.

At the beginning of the 19th century, the number of bison in the United States was about 65 million, which was the main source of food for the Indians; they would kill a small number of bison for their necessities, strip their furs, and collect cattle bones for worship.

However, this situation is no longer visible, because the bison was once killed and almost extinct, encouraged by the US government.

After the end of the Second British-American War, the United States was facing huge deficits and expenses in the state treasury. To this end, they paid attention to the economic value of American bison – the fur of North American bison could be sold at a high price in Europe, and the value of food and tourism obtained from hunting bison is very high. By the way, it can also limit the actions of Indians.

Thus, under the leadership of the U.S. government, the number of bison in North America has fallen from more than 13 million to less than 1,000 in less than 20 years. Many white hunters killed bison and stripped them of their valuable fur and tongues, leaving the skinned bison carcasses to rot.

I've also seen skinned bison bodies on a plain, covered in bullet holes. Even wild wolves wouldn't touch their meat.

As a result, the Indians lost their main source of food and had to enter the reserve. They were forced to change their lifestyles and starve.

Here is a video about the history of American Bison, which is called The Return of American Bison. 

 Here is the mention of I've seen the bison herd dashing across a plain. Members of the Su clan followed the totems in their heart and moved across America, chasing the sunset.

And here is the mention of I've also seen skinned bison bodies on a plain, covered in bullet holes. Even wild wolves wouldn't touch their meat.

And here is a video of how the American Government hunted Bison to Near-Extinction.

4. Angelina and the Manifest Destiny

Angelina, Angelina please forgive me.

In the birthday letter, Kevin calls this girl Angelina, but why though?

This beautiful name should be given by Kevin, because Native American names shouldn't be like this…

This is the list of Native American name

They use nature for their names…

Next time u can use these for your character, I believe ? ?°??°?

Now the question is, WHY does Kevin give her this name?

Angelina's prototype comes from the name Angela, which originated in the Greek language (αγγελο?), meaning ‘messenger’. 

Angela was then transformed by the Christian (not just Protestant) sect, becoming an "angel" and a very common girl's name. As mentioned earlier, Kevin is Hispanic, and according to statistics, most Hispanics are Catholic — in other words, their family, including Kevin, may have been (once) Catholic.

Ironically, it was the "Manifest Destiny" (or "the theory of life-threatening expansionism) that was the name of the American Westward Movement at the time.

Manifest Destiny refers to the United States by virtue of its destiny to expand abroad, spread the belief in democratic freedom. Proponents of the show argue that America's expansion of territory and influence is not only obvious (Manifest), but also the days of infantry (Destiny).

Originally a political message used in the nineteenth century to promote the Westward Movement (catchphrase), Manifest Destiny became the standard historical term, often meaning the United States across North America, directly to the Pacific territory expansion.

This view first came from the mouth of the American Puritan (Puritan, a reformist who called for the removal of the remains of Catholicism in the Anglican Church), and John Winthrop's famous 1630 sermon, "City upon a Hill'" called for a moral society that would shine a light on the old world. Thomas Paine responds to this idea in his influential 1776 book Common Sense, saying that the United States would provide the opportunity to create a better new society.

Supported by religion and society, this argument has been so popular that it continues to this day. But combined with the name Angelina- ironically, the group of "Manifest Destiny" who killed and persecuted the Indians killed a boy's angel, forever.

5. Indian, Animal and their Freedom

But I'll never give up the freedom you introduced me to: 

Champion of the clan, run with the bison,

dance with the wolf, fly higher than the eagle.


At the end of the letter, Kevin write the skin description, The Brave

It is the same in Chinese and Japanese, but English uses synonyms instead. (If you remember what I said, the buffaloes have the same meaning as bison.)

Bison, wild wolves (coyotes) and eagles; these three animals are very traditional cultural totems in Indian cultures. 

Most Indian totem poles contain top-level animals, animals in the middle, and the ancestors of this clan. According to the cowboy's skin description, his Cherokee clan totem is likely to be a coyote, bison and eagle. 

The cultural symbols of bison and eagles are like this:

When the Four Holy Spirits come together, they become the only Holy Spirit, and this eagle feather is symbolically the only Holy Spirit, which is like a father, and the eagle feather symbolizes that humans will fly like eagles. Isn't heaven not like the father, the earth is not like the mother? Is it, walking and running, spreading wings flying high, rooting the germination of the living door is not like their children?

And about coyotes in this culture is like this:

In an Indian legend, mankind was not only made by coyotes using mud, making coyotes our uncle. To be exact, coyotes are considered brothers of our mother, the earth. And in the myth, the character of the coyote is actually more about our impression of the fox: cunning, clever, lazy, trouble-making, strong and quick.

Indians who worship such a totem have their own worldview: Indians not only fear the gods in the traditional sense but also the plants and trees in nature. They believe that even plants have their own souls, so they deserve as much respect as a human. In simple terms, everything is animated and has a degree.

In their conception, human beings and animals, human beings and nature should be in harmony and mutual respect. There is no human being to overcome nature, or human beings to conquer nature. In other words, the freedom in their concepts is to be modest and respectful of each other, not the extravagant human chauvinism of modern Western conquerors.

In addition, the era of large-scale persecution of Indians in that era was also related to the fact that a large number of gold mines were found in their places of origin and that their places were on the gold rush road. It was an era of money frenzy and money supreme (for a specific case, see an explorer darker than coal). Kevin spent his childhood in such an environment.

So, in a sense, Kevin could become today's Kevin, not a victim of another era. To a huge extent, I really want to thank the girl for teaching him the view of freedom in the span of a single short winter.

6. 《Dances with Wolves》

Now, let me put a poster here 

Here's a prototype and easter egg to supplement. 

The archetype of Kevin's story and image should be from the 1990 film "Dancing with the Wolves" directed by Kevin Costner.

This is a Western American movie. The film describes the story of a white American officer Dunbar who volunteered to be stationed on the western front after the Civil War from the perspective of reversing the case for the Soviet Indians. As a result, he made friends with the Soviet fighters who had no language and culture. In the story, Dunbar was given a friend; a wolf with white front legs and named it "two white socks." The Indians gave the Indian name "Dance with the wolf".

However, in the second half of the story, because of its integration into the Indian tribe, Dunbar was regarded as a traitor by the white side. He was severely tortured after being arrested, and "two white socks" was shot and killed during the period. He was later rescued by the Sioux who arrived. At this time, the severe winter came, and the Su people lived in the deep valley. And in order not to affect the Sioux people, Dunbar declined to stay and left the Sioux village with his Indian wife.

At the end of the movie, thirteen years later, the Sioux were forced to sign an agreement with the government to abandon their land that had been passed down from generation to generation.

It can be said that the movie "Avatar" actually pays tribute to this classic western film, and Kevin's story pays tribute to the film (the name may even pay tribute to the director). The film was also very powerful that year, winning seven awards including the best film, best director, and best screenwriter directly at the 63rd Academy Awards.

Yes, the movie actor (the one on the poster above) was also directed by Kevin, and then nominated for an Oscar for best actor. The temperament and Kevin really have something in common.

(Directly to say, Kevin’s prototype is from the real Kevin. Good job… From the devs, If he gets a deduction star skin, he will get the skin from Dancing with Wolves…)

For the easter egg, here’s the accessory:

The dry pipe here is described "representing friendship and peace" (of course, there are other cultural heritages, later on.)

And at the end of the movie, when the actor and the Su people bid farewell, the Sioux also gave him a dry pipe.

Letter analysis ends.

Skins and Accessories analysis

Yes, this is the first time I’m doing this, tho… Skin analysis…

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Analysis of the S skin
King's Tailor ( season 2 essence 1)

If you guys remember, this skin is season 2 essence 1, The fairy tale series. These skins belong to the early single story, no specific series of stories. This skim comes with a matching accessory.

Combined with the feeling of the letter above, you might wonder why Kevin was given such a happy-looking skin… Yes, it looks joyful and happy, but if you dig deeper, it’s actually a sad story…

First, this skin is from Andersen's story, "The Emperor's New Clothes", but the story is only an adaptation of Andersen: its prototype is "The Story of Case One Between the King and His NearMen" in Count Lucano, the greatest Spanish essayist of the 14th century, Don Juan. Manuel's work (and, of course, is adapted from folklore).

Spain is the hometown of Kevin's ancestral, so it is not surprising to give him this skin in terms of place of birth. In addition, the original story is not simply "smart people can see clothes, and finally by children to break", but "the illegitimately born people will not see the clothes, and finally by a black person to break." It can be said that in a sense there is a great sarcasm about the morality and racial discrimination of that era.

Andersen's redrafted version was published in 1837 (the same year as the daughter of the sea was written). Although he has improved his life this year, he doesn't go, and he doesn't have to go on a lot of writing, but at the same time, he has to deal with a lot of social relationships he doesn't like and make changes to his writing that he doesn't love. He mentioned in his personal letter that the little boy in the emperor's new clothes was himself. Andersen was contemptuous and puzzled by some of the best writers' behavior, but could not speak directly – arguably in such a context, he rewrote the story.

Now we use this story on the background story of Kevin.

Spain is his birthplace, so the original story is more in line with Kevin's situation in some sense: If the king is the destiny of the United States and the blacks are the Indians, then Kevin's role is similar to a "use "The scam exposes the scam"-he knows that the freedom of those people is not true to the Indians, but he is unable to resist the entire environment, and can only be a "tailor" and take the real side. This form is shown to the public.

However, it is regrettable that most people still agree with "the king's new clothes". Even if it does not exist, it is still considered reasonable, in other words, Pluralistic ignorance: Most members of the group privately reject a pattern of behavior but imagine that most other people accept it, so a group accepts it.

There are only three sober people in this story, one is a king, one is a tailor, and one is a child/black. The king is the initiator of a series of things; most of the stories of the tailor's stand are for self-interest, and here it may be considered as a neutral stand; children / black people are disadvantaged groups. Although they know the truth, nothing they say will be heard, or taken seriously by others. These three situations can be compared to Kevin's environment, Kevin's own position and choices, Indians and girls.

In other words, the core of this skin performance is Kevin's superficial, inner contradictions and divisions: he knows the truth, but he can't say it or speak out from his standpoint.

The A skins analysis


This is the skin that is related to Kevin’s backstory.

The tribal warrior's dance and the dance show later are all Indians' "eagle dance". The hat he wears on his head is called a "War bonnet"

Such hats can only be worn on the battlefield by warriors that are widely recognized in the tribe, and only respected people can wear them during sacrificial events. In a sense, it is the symbol of a warrior.

In other words, the dress of the cowboy is a symbol of his widespread acceptance among the Cherokee tribe, and also corresponds to what he wrote in his birthday letter.

The Chief and his wife took care of me, yet I didn't repay their kindness. I didn't even return their daughter's

The cowboy who left the tribe still wears tribal eagle feathers and is painted with tribal oil.

Misfit (season 9 essence 1)

For this you guys need to see my friend’s analysis,

for the fourth and fifth layers.

But here, I can spoil to you guys, he still uses his justice in the whole entire story ???????

Just… if you see it would like

Oh! He’s evil!

The coa3 skin

This skin will be out, so just wait…

The B skin analysis
Collector && Frosty White (season 3 essence 1)

Collectors belong to the non-returning forest series, while Frost White is the collector's discolored leather. In the non-returning forest series, Kevin is more in the role of a "recorder": recording the leaves worth collecting in the non-returning forest (collector), witnessing the changes of the non-returning forest over the years (Frost Leaf White), and finally its lifetime.

This contrast is also a reflection of the reality of Kevin and those Indian immigrants: they have witnessed how a civilization can be gradually destroyed and decayed step by step, but they have no other way than to record, even to speak out; no one listens. 

There is a book called 《Black Elk Speaks》, which is about the oral story of the black elk who was the last survivor of Sioux culture around 1910. At the end of the story, there is a description of the author's revisiting the old man's place, and Frost White and the collector's are in a good mood: the black elk stood on the place and prayed to his ancestors and the Holy Spirit but there was no echo, and from the sky fell drizzling rain.

Black Elk Speaks: Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux – chapter 25 page 220~221

Soulless Body and Bodiless Soul (Season 2 essence 2)

Soulless Body and Bodiless Soul are also a skin couplet complementary in color and text. It is from the series of the city of gods (Enraged, Mad Eyes’ Gold Skin). Its plot is probably a group of gods created by God (Enraged). The state is fighting for power.

The two skins of the cowboy are like people who have been punished by God: the body and the soul are separated, the body continues to build the city of the gods, and the soul is excluded – in other words, he represents those who are oppressed and imprisoned. These people are, in a sense, full of human courage and spirit. 

Combining the story of the cowboy itself, the soulless "city of gods was built by mortals, but the builders who did not want to accommodate it" corresponded to the American continent being the first to open up and create a splendid civilization and Resources. However, the latecomers (colonizers, immigrants, and the United States) expelled his builders, destroyed their souls (cultures), shattered their bodies (slaughter), and rendered them powerless to resist. 

Here is another example of the history of killing the Indian "soul" (culture): Indian boarding schools in Canada

In the 19th century, the Canadian government was convinced that Aboriginal culture was a lower civilization. Aboriginal people can successfully integrate into mainstream society only if they learn English, accept Christianity and live as white people.

So a policy called "radical assimilation" came into being. The government believed that children were easier to shape than adults, so they sent Aboriginal children to boarding schools to provide them with so-called “civilized” education, killing their culture from the cradle and finally reaching the cultural extinction of Aboriginal people.

For a century starting in 1870, a total of 139 such federally funded, church-run schools were established across Canada. These boarding schools are almost no different from the Nazi concentration camps.

During the period, more than 150,000 indigenous children were forcibly removed from their homes and then sent to boarding schools. These children were between 5-16 years old. Because it is compulsory, Aboriginal families will go to jail if they do not take the initiative to send their children to boarding schools.

Speaking in their mother tongue is strictly forbidden in schools, and those who speak in their mother tongue will be punished with corporal punishment such as flogging or a soapy tongue washing. The quality of school education was also very poor: the courses are mainly rote learning, the teachers do not have the ability to teach at all, and the classrooms are extremely crowded. Many schools are "half-day classes", students take half-day classes, and the rest of the time is cooking, cleaning and doing other so-called "vocational training" jobs. The school also failed to provide adequate food for students, according to a survivor, who ate only fish scales and bones mixed with noodles. They can only eat eggs on Easter day, and chicken only on Thanksgiving day.

By the 1950s, due to the serious lack of funding for boarding schools, students became pure laborers working to earn money to support the school. The children are captive in school and do the work of factory workers. The boarding school teacher is completely transformed into a devil who harms children, using the children as a vent tool. More than 30,000 people were abused, physically punished, and even sexually assaulted by church personnel in boarding schools.

Over a century, more than 6,000 children have been recorded at boarding schools. However, the actual data far exceeds 6000, but because there are very few reports about the deaths of children in boarding schools, the death records will not be kept. Most of them died of illness, including tuberculosis and Spanish flu, and others died of malnutrition, fire or other accidents.

There were many cruel details during this period, so I won't give an example here.

Fortunately, it is exactly the same as Soulless Body's description: "But people who live in cities will never be cut off." Not all whites have persecuted Indians in history. There are also many culturalists, historical researchers, anthropologists, humanitarians, or other people who have helped the Indians like Kevin, and keep records of their civilization. People who work tirelessly to improve their rights.

For example, the state of Wyoming, Russia, once radically moved westward, and now has made a lot of contributions to protecting Indians and its culture (this state is also called Equality State, and the state emblem contains obvious Indian decorations). So, in this sense, Kevin's wish is realized in another sense in modern times …

Iron Hat Sheriff (CoA Ⅱ)

It is a very unique existence for Kevin in this COA story tho..

According to the skin description of the clown's "Iron Hat Commander", the Iron Hat Corps itself is a group of exiles (similar to the predecessor of the Mafia). It is not legal and rational, and survival is paramount. However, Kevin himself belonged to such a group, but he was still willing to stand by the vigilantes. It can be said that this is also a reflection of the strong sense of justice in his personal story.

Horseshoe & Vibrant Saddle Season 5 essence 2

The skin in the Enchantress skin "Fate" series. This series is not very storytelling, it is more similar to calculating the future series for each character.

In Kevin's modeling, it is obvious that a Roman numeral 7 (VII) is seen on his face.

(I will mention how we see this in seer analysis no worry…)

In Tarot, the 7 represents the chariot.

This card depicts a chariot of kings that overcomes obstacles and wins. The victor on the card stood on the chariot with a strong attitude, showing his great achievements in the world. Two black and white lions pulling the chariot, always ready to move on.

This card is a symbol of the strong, it is closely related to strength, which means success by persistence. "Never give up" is the theme of this card. No matter how difficult and dangerous the future is, you have to keep going, and at the same time you will control the fate of yourself and the things around you. The victor on the chariot symbolizes the human soul, and the two lions in control symbolize human will and instinct, walking through time.

The upright chariot means:Overcoming obstacles, Will power, Drive, A journey, Confidence, Ambition

A chariot in reverse means: Scattered energy, Lack of direction, Self doubt

Interestingly, Kevin's "Horseshoes" is actually also a Tarot divination method, and is often used for divination love

1: indicates the past

2: means now

3: indicates the future

4: indicates the best choice

5: indicates environmental impact

6: indicates obstruction

7: indicates the final result

Sound fun huh? (? `▽′?)?

There is another coa C skin… 
Purple Ink

Ehh… I don't know how to tell lmao ? ?°??°?

For fun, this skin shows cowboy's manliness…

Yea, that’s it! Since you know what meaning in purple right? (In another way…)

(But yes, seeing Kevin wear these clothes I was like oh he's cool though.)

—————-Accessory Analysis—————

 Dry Pipe

Now, how about continuing the unfinished business? 

Pipes are a symbol of peace in Indian culture, and there are many rituals in their rituals that use pipes to pray for peace. As for the legend of the pipe, it goes like this:

Two young men were out strolling one night talking of love affairs. They passed around a hill and came to a little ravine or coulee. Suddenly they saw coming up from the ravine, a beautiful woman. She was painted and her dress was of the very finest material.

“What a beautiful girl!” said one of the young men.

“Already I love her. I will steal her and make her my wife.”

“No,” said the other. “Don’t harm her. She may be holy.”

The young woman approached and held out a pipe which she first offered to the sky, then to the earth and then advanced, holding it out in her extended hands.

“I know what you young men have been saying; one of you is good; the other is wicked,” she said.

She laid down the pipe on the ground and at once became a buffalo cow. The cow pawed the ground, stuck her tail straight out behind her and then lifted the pipe from the ground again in her hoofs; immediately she became a young woman again.

“I am coming to give you this gift,” she said. “It is the peace pipe. Hereafter all treaties and ceremonies shall be performed after smoking it. It shall bring peaceful thoughts into your minds. You shall offer it to the Great Mystery and to mother earth.”

The two young men ran to the village and told what they had seen and heard. All the village came out where the young woman was.

She repeated to them what she had already told the young men and added:

“When you set free the ghost (the spirit of deceased persons) you must have a white buffalo cow skin.”

She gave the pipe to the medicine men of the village, turned again to a buffalo cow and fled away to the land of buffaloes.

Therefore, it is used in movies to represent peace.


Then there is the mandolin, which is actually an old stalk of Western or American Civil War movies:

Mandolin is actually an Italian musical instrument, and the cowboys of the past did not hold the custom of playing mandolin. But in many western movies with cowboys, the background soundtrack is played by mandolin. This kind of soundtrack generally appears in the picture of a cowboy protagonist alone, walking on the grassland;

In the American Civil War movies, there will be soldiers playing worn mandolins, singing for the unknown tomorrow;

All in all, this is a very lonely instrument.

Snuff Bottle

Snuff bottles are actually made in Europe and China, but snuff was first invented and used by Indians. This carry-on item is actually a "collector", so it is more of a story carry-on item than a character carry-on item: the collector needs to wander in the non-returning forest during the collection of green leaves. Keep awake. 

Castus Doll

(Oh no…It’s a digging bad end sad story..)

This doll looks cute, like a Mexican cactus version of a cowboy. However, in the description of the copy, "commemorate the past" is mentioned, and dolls are usually played by children, and there is no habit of dolls in Indian tribes: so this doll is likely to be a cowboy's nostalgia for his childhood, so Girls spend time together.

There is an eagle feather necklace wrapped around the doll's body, and if you look closely, you will find that it is actually a headband for tying hair or a decoration on your hand. So it is very likely that this girl was dressed as a doll with him, and was taken away by the cowboy when he was away from home and kept on him.

Bladeless Hilt

Bladeless Hilt is a supporting item for the Abyss III this time, in a sense, it is also a larger plot symbol. However, it also has a good profile here that reflects the character of the cowboy – a mind in peace. 

Skins and Accessories Analysis end…


Character Analysis

* Warning! The following articles represent personal opinions and are not accepted by all. If you really change your opinion, don't bring your personal view into the game. Just a Lore, it's also the official character image. The game only represents yourself!I am not responsible for the consequences if you are warned by others.

First, we see External Traits υ?(????)υ?

Protective: If hit by the Hunter while carrying a female character, his strong protective instincts will kick in and the Cowboy will take damage twice (his teammate receives none). If he is carrying a male character, both he and that character will take damage once.

If I want to say, this External already tells his… personality. 

Yea everyone at the start will like OH! He a hentai (??  ? ??)! OR Ah..he not a gay..shit

 ( what?) ( °?° )

And yea it is a funny joke until his deduction comes out, making a lot of people understand more about the sad meaning of this trait. (Devs: QUICK, taking all of the player salty tears (??????)?)

It was his remorse, atonement and apology to the Indian girl.

Kevin is a protective and sacrificing person.

If I just said that, then people may think that this is just a very ordinary and very flat character, and ordinary artworks can be singled out. But in fact, under the premise that Kevin is an early character with less popularity, his three-dimensionality can be ranked very high in this game-even the top five in his heart. Standing there is the end of a brilliant civilization, a mirror of the barbaric era.

(Whisperingly, three-dimensional and experiencing extreme justice and dazzling roles, Kevin may really be the only one character tho..)

If I say Kevin would be the best man who girls want to marry?_(:зゝ∠)_ 

Some of them are like YES PLS AHHH

Because he's ideal but extremely realistic.

If you really dig the survivors’ "brains", Most of them are rarely talented, or they are not human, they are a representative of some idealized frustration of the times: such as Tracy, Eli, or even Norton.

(This one I will do in another document (? ′?` ?))

But Kevin, everything he does is man-powered and physically actionable. He ran away from home, he grazed for a living, he joined the tribe, and he left all his savings due to his stand. These things you take apart each step, in fact, only rely on communication, communication, an adult male of that era can do. But when they are combined with Kevin's beliefs and Kevin's experience, they are very great and very impressive.

The boy has always remembered the Indian girl, remembered the freedom of her church for a whole lifetime, and kept putting it into practice.

In other words, the reason why we like Kevin isn't because of his talent or ability to do something amazing. The reason why he likes us is that he is down-to-earth, insists on his beliefs, and does everything he can to do the best he can.

Let’s use this deduction as an example: 

5.Livelihood: Leaving home requires courage and resolve, as well as money.

Employment Agreement: The farmer will regularly pay Kevin Alonso a salary. Fortunately, for a healthy cowboy, it is not difficult to maintain a livelihood.

Here is the deduction where he learned the real situation of Angelina and decided to run away from home. Kevin thinks very realistic, ideal and rational at the same time, not like a child being "angry/dissatisfied/sad, I run away from home, only to be coaxed." The logic of his runaway is clear:

1. I don't agree with the behavior of my family. They gave me life. I would thank my parents, but because of Angelina, I don’t want to live with them under the same roof anymore.

2. I won't take money from home, because it was earned by my parents and doesn't belong to me. Running away requires money, so I earn the money myself

3. As a herder, I can be a cowboy. It's dangerous and hard, but it works.

The overall process must be very hard, but Kevin did indeed do it step by step.

By the way, when Kevin came out, we found out that he was a Capricorn, not an Aries that many people had guessed before.

(Well, he was like the Aries to the devs is wrong, but there will be compensation for new birthday avatars later)

Under normal circumstances, it is not recommended to look at people with constellations, but the cowboys are virtual characters after all, so it should be feasible to analyze with constellations.

The stereotypes of Capricorn are basically humorous, rigid, cautious and down-to-earth. This is good to a certain extent, but it will be a little strange to Kevin. In fact, according to the personality and experience of the constellation, Capricorn is more inclined to be a person who lingers between ideal and reality.

Capricorn is a constellation that reflects the beginning of winter. Winter brings “realized value” to Capricorn-born people without reservation. They pursue difficult ideals, like to grasp the overall situation, and are good at realizing their ideals independently. He likes to be calm, considerate, be kind to others, broad-minded, and ambitious, to pursue success in a down-to-earth way, and to believe in the doctrine of reward. Can move forward even in the face of setbacks

Looking at Kevin with these characteristics, he will find that he is more consistent than Aries-because he is indeed a realist rather than a radical idealist: Kevin is determined to set foot after deliberating all possible difficulties and crises. People on this path.

Therefore, in a sense, his spirit and experience are worthy of our admiration.

Let's talk about the process of becoming a cowboy. There is no doubt that Kevin has rich and reliable livelihood skills (except in the event of a snowstorm). In the case of running away from home, with his personality, he must think clearly about all possible situations: accommodation, self-cooked food, repairing worn clothes, experience of communicating with people, identity issues, and so on. The appearance can't be seen, but Kevin actually has a strong self-planning ability, and will really follow his plan step by step, with strong execution ability.

And he thinks a lot of things very clearly and very thoroughly

Take what he hates:

Interest: Camping, Hunting

Talent: Lassoing, Herding

Likes: Hunting, Goods, Weapons

Dislikes: military, government officials (told in ch)

The things Kevin hated are " military" and "government officials." The former is because he may have fought against them and saw how they brutally murdered the Indians; the latter is worth thinking about: he hates not the government itself, but "government officials"

In other words, Kevin knows that there is no good or evil in the country or the government. The root cause of this is the person who made the rules. He also understood that there was a better solution to the Indian problem, but government officials chose the most brutal and inhumane. On the one hand, Kevin is bloody, and his morals are good and evil; on the other hand, he keeps his calm thinking at all times, neither blindly hates nor blindly loves.

Maybe it was because he saw it so clearly that he chose to leave the tribe in the end. Because he knew he wouldn't help even if he stayed here, and the future of the Indians was actually framed

10.Difficult to Bear: The dead will not appear. That is… the heavy shadow of a conscience.

A farewell letter to the chief and a bag of gold coins. These seem to be all his possessions.

So he was very emotional and chose the most rational way to leave.

Another thing is that Kevin's EQ is really high and admirable

The first is to deal with Angelina:

9.Hesitation: If I told the truth back then… no… I shouldn't.

"Your daughter and I were once very good friends. We experienced a beautiful winter together. How come, she never came back?"

Not to mention Kevin's own stance here, from the standpoint of the chiefs and couples, a white man holds his daughter's things, so the daughter must be more fierce. But if Kevin said so and gave an uninformed narrative about her whereabouts, although they may still have unknown conjectures, they would still hope that her daughter would return to the tribe someday.

Moreover, Kevin told each other about the process of getting along with Angelina. He could also give these white people good intentions (rescue Kevin who died soon), but for historical reasons, he was very cautious and alert to white people. The same kindness is conveyed: I know you, I like you, I am your friend, and I am happy to join you.

(So Kevin's popularity and respect in the tribe is not accidental, but it is inevitable under this emotional quotient)

Then it was his attitude towards Angelina that year-at least here it can be seen that Kevin was a gentle and kind child from an early age.

The Indians' comments at the time were definitely not good, and as a young child who was almost killed by a bison attack, even if rescued by Angelina, he should be in a state of extreme panic. However, he quickly recovered his calmness and decided to take the girl home with an adult who knew what to do to help the girl. Parents have always been very reliable and kind. 

And this behavior he named the girl "Angelina":

1. As I said before, most Indians have strange names and can even be laughed at (this is also very common among Indian students now). Kevin may have thought of this, or simply felt that her friends should not be treated differently, and they should have a nice name, so he named her Angelina – meaning Angel.

2. In any case, the girl is an Indian after all, and they will definitely feel uneasy and crowded out of their surroundings. Giving her a friendly, English name under such circumstances would definitely ease the anxiety and even convey to her the meaning of "We welcome you to live here for a long time"

3. This belongs to the little boy's trick ….. I'm sorry to boast in person, so I will give the other party an "angel" name. If Angelina had a chance to find out the meaning of her name, she would be very happy.

Yes, the cowboy profession can usually start working at the age of eleven or twelve, so Kevin may be only eleven or twelve at this time …

(This child's EQ is really too high !?( °?° ))

(You can remember what you were doing when you were eleven or twelve.)

So Angelina treats him openly, trusting the Kevin family completely, and even giving the whip to Kevin in the end is reasonable (though this has caused tragedy to some extent)

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The last point about EQ is his birthday letter ….. High EQ not only comes from looking at others, but also from thinking about others' transposition.

In our opinion, Kevin does a lot of things that other people can't do. Although just an ordinary person, he is really great. But in Kevin's own view, he still has sin, and he still knows that some of his actions have caused permanent and irreparable harm to people.

My parents gave me life, yet I chose to run away from my home.

Angelina trusted me, yet I didn't protect her.

The Chief and his wife took care of me, yet I didn't repay their kindness. I didn't even return their daughter's keepsake 

Kevin understands that his actions have caused permanent damage to his parents: Although it is their choice to let the son leave, for them, this is still a permanent separation from the family love, and it is a huge injury (and standing by their From a perspective, it can't be said that they made this decision completely maliciously, after all, the status of Indians in that era was really low)

Kevin also knew that it was Angelina's death that was due to the reason he did not notice in time, and this obviously became the shadow of his life, allowing him to protect those who can protect women, people who can protect.

The last is the patriarchs: Kevin knows that he may be lying in good faith. However, in Indian culture, one cannot easily lie against what he has said. So he knew how serious he was not treating him with sincerity, and he was always upset about it. He also apologized for their failure to learn the truth, and his selfish possession of the relic.

I can't stop "civilization" from expanding, and I don't have the courage to fight for the justice of their survival. 

Angelina, Angelina please forgive me.

I am still the lost boy you knew.

Kevin is a man who knows the weaknesses of his humanity, the boundaries of his abilities, and feels sorry for them. When he encounters something that cannot be changed by his own manpower, he will try to make things slightly better (such as leaving money as he leaves), and then keep these things that he cannot change in his mind for a lifetime and make up later. This is the origin of the desire to protect, and it may be the purpose of his coming to the manor (after all, the manor seems to be able to fulfill some people's impossible wishes, or provide bonuses that are astonishing and enough to buy a large land)…

Finally, we talk about some details in the game and why Kevin and the male survivors decoding together have a debuff…


Let me explain it first! Kevin doesn't hate men, it's just that there are no women who are more casual! ( °?° )

Kevin's performance in the game has always been just right, tough to the rocket chair is like a contempt for the hunter's feeling (heard some hunter player crying n complaint) while decoding debuff and carrying a companion's behavior more or less give a sense of frivolity, so that for a while someone has been making a joke about him.

But in fact, if you observe the details, Kevin is actually a gentleman when holding people, and will not cause harm or harassment to the rescued person (except for bugs). His whip is hooked on the waist, which is the safest when he hugs people, the part above the arm does not touch the person at all, and the fixation is also at the waist-back boundary line, which is the most comfortable and reassuring part.

Then why is there a debuff with men?

Actually the reason is very simple… 

he lazy


 ? ?°??°?

if you are an undertale fan then you know what I mean

Official Traits explain with this:

Wild: As he is free, undisciplined and dislikes complex machines he decodes 10% slower than other survivors; however, when he decodes together with a female character, his urge to impress earns him 10% increased decoding speed. He feels exceptionally exhausted while decoding with male characters and decodes 30% slower.

To put it plainly, there will be this characteristic because the cowboy is completely assured of other men, not because he hates it.

Standing on his logical thinking, we will soon understand what he has imagined: women are the objects he needs to be ready to protect at any time, so as long as they are present, Kevin will tighten his nerves to prevent sudden emergencies. The situation (that is the content of the desire to be protective); but to the men … Anyway, everyone is reliable, but also as adults, and they always protect themselves.

The reaction to the decoder is:

To women: Oh my she's looking at me! I have to be reliable! Can't make her feel like I'm unreliable!

To men: Hey bro, you did a good job! I'll leave it to you, and I'll just touch it to deal with it.

Hate male ?

All Thumbs ?

Well, this may be the only point that Kevin is not very reliable … 

However, from the perspective of Kevin's dancing, in fact, this person has a good talent in the art field such as music. He will also play mandolin and dance Mexican folk dance (in fact, there is a sad story here, Although he can dance Indian dances, he will never dance again after leaving the tribe.) (?_?)  

anyway, here's the conclusion:

Kevin, looking chic and frivolous, actually has a very high EQ. He has strong hands-on ability, planning ability, and execution ability, and they can do everything. He works and saves people very seriously, and they are step-by-step to realize the impossible realist. A human rights ambassador who broke apart in the nineteenth century, a man who shed tears for the dying Indian civilization.

In addition to these, Kevin is still a rough-looking person, but his sensitive and delicate mind can quickly find problems and deficiencies from himself, and he will really correct or strengthen them. Music, most housework and dancing, versatile, humorous, will not expose sadness, always cheerful.

And remember a girl, remember the whole life.

Angelina, Angelina please forgive me.

I am still the lost boy you knew.

(*?????) Kevin!!!! Please run away from the Manor!!! Don't die over there!!!!

Those survivors are devils!!!! They all have dark sides…

However, Kevin's return to the manor must have been well-behaved… He is a very serious sacrifice, although very rational and realistic, but also for the ideal of the people who, like him, or become a person, something, a civilization of a lifetime of the recorder, the old trembling for the past tears, or in the young in place of the ideal eternal dedication, Burned into a fire as bright as the sun…

Here, I’ll be using personality quiz to end this:

And a story of Kevin Ayuso:

The ancestors of Kevin Ayuso were Spanish. When the Americas were developed, they emigrated to the New World and lived on livestock. After the state of Oklahoma was established in the United States, Kevin's parents benefited from the Homestead Act of 1862, operating ranches to support their livelihoods.

Kevin grew up on a ranch from a young age, learned basic grazing, and was also responsible for things like grazing. One early winter, when he went out to graze, there was a hair in the herd that was going crazy and attacked the young Kevin. At this moment, the Indian girl (Angelina in her heart) who had been behind the herd came forward to save Kevin.

Angelina's Cherokee family is a member of the Indians. They have fallen into famine due to long-term forced migration and the harsh living conditions in the reserve. Angelina left the reserve in search of food, and originally intended to steal the cattle herds that Kevin grazed, but saw the cattle go crazy, and saved Kevin's life with a sense of unbearableness and justice.

Kevin took the ragged girl home, treated her as a benefactor and friend, and gave her the American name "Angelina". Angelina also regarded Kevin as a friend, taught him the technique of lasso, the two played together, and established a friendship across races.

The good times didn't last long, and Kevin's parents told Kevin that they would return Angelina to the reserve. The two children said goodbye to each other, and Angelina gave her rope to Kevin.

However, in fact, due to the introduction of the "Homestead Law", a large-scale hunting of Indians outside the reserve was set off at that time. Kevin's parents did not take Angelina back, but instead exchanged her life for a bounty. After a period of time, Kevin finally realized these terrible truths from the changes in his home, and finally decided to break away from his home, run away from home, and become a wandering cowboy by the technology of grazing.

A few years later, another winter, Kevin suffered a snowstorm while grazing herds and lost his way. On the verge of death, he was rescued by a Cherokee, and the chief led recognized that Kevin's lasso was his daughter and asked what happened to Kevin.

Kevin couldn't tell the sins of his parents and chose to bear the truth alone. He lied to the chiefs with lies, and decided to join the Cherokees, try his best to understand their culture, and do his best to redeem the sins of his fellow men.

He had a pretty happy time in the tribe. However, with the outbreak of the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876, the conflict between the Indians and the US government intensified, and Kevin's tribe was also attacked.

The army and government drove the Indians out, and Kevin was suspected of being a spy because of his blood and origin. In despair, the Cherokees also questioned Kevin's words, and it seemed that Angelina would soon be revealed.

The dead will not appear. It's talking about Cherokee girls, and it's talking about Kevin himself. As a white man, among Indians, he was firm but not trusted. Powerless to the status quo, he decided to sham on the battlefield.

So in the end, Kevin left all the property and the farewell letter to the team leader, left alone with the girl's whip, and sailed across the ocean to Britain across the ocean.

Cheers, for the new day, and create some happy memories for the new year.

May you forget the sadness of the past, and may you remember her and the culture you once loved,and step forward to the new day

Happy birthday, Kevin.

Happy new year, everyone.




Thank you for reading here till the end 

From: Berry, 31/1/2019

Time to do spider and Enchantress…

Also now i found out about Alonso things, it's just a rename of Ayuso. So remember, don't spill to devs because it has laws insiders bruh… 

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