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Cherokee Bill - The toughest, meanest, and most feared outlaw in the Indian Territories.

Ned Kelly - Australian bushranger fought a last stand in a homemade suit of plate armor.

Albert Johnson - The Mad Trapper of Rat River.

Doc Holliday - The infamous half-insane, alcoholic, gunfighting dentist.

St. Moses the Black - The Patron Saint of Asskicking.

Vassilis Paleokostas - The Greek Robin Hood escaped from prison in a helicopter. Twice.

Hassan ibn al-Sabbah - Founder of the Hashashin, the secret Order of Assassins.

Josey Wales - Joined a band of Confederate guerillas to avenge the murder of his wife and son.

Marvin Heemeyer - After getting dicked up and down by City Hall, Marvin took matters into his own hands and welded together a killdozer (you heard me) to stick it to the man.

Osceola - American Indian who challenged the United States in the age old disagreement between American Indians and white people of the principles of land ownership.

Alexander Solonik - The Russian outlaw who had epic shooting skills and escaped some of the most remote prisons in the world.

Taira no Masakado - The First Samurai's fury was so implacable that he continued to rage even after he was decapitated.

The Punisher - Has no compunction about fucking your shit up after his wife and kid were murdered.

Ben Thompson - Gunslinger who at one point or another held every badass occupation in the Old West.

Ching Shih - A female pirate in charge of a fleet so powerful it kicked the shit out of the Chinese Imperial Navy.

Jules Winnfield - Samuel L. Jackson from Pulp Fiction. Nuff said?

Henry Morgan - The pirate who became an Admiral.

The Blues Brothers - These guys are pretty much the coolest motherfuckers ever.

Lu Bu - The most feared blood-raging berserker warrior of Three Kingdoms China.

Al Capone - America's most notorious bootlegger, and a hardcore Sicilian gangster who would just as soon machine gun you into gibs than piss on your burning corpse.

Sho'Nuff - The Shogun of Harlem, and the baddest mo-fo, low-down, around this town.

Julie D'Aubigny - French opera singer who killed ten men in duels and once snuck into a convent to bang a nun.

Bartholomew Roberts - The most successful and dangerous pirate to ever live.

Lead Belly - The hard-drinking, hard-fighting ex-con who killed two guys and then invented modern music.

George Rowe - The only private citizen to ever successfully infiltrate an outlaw motorcycle gang.

The Valentine's Day Massacre - The most romantic thing to ever happen to 1920s-era Gangland Chicago.

Edith Garrud - The militant Suffragette who judo flipped cops.

Eugene Vidocq - The father of modern detective work.

Locusta the Poisoner - Not even the Emperor himself was safe from this master alchemist and ancient Roman assassin.

Bloody Bill Anderson - One of the Civil War's most terrifying outlaws and bushwhackers.

Aaron Burr - The most badass Vice President in American history.

Erik the Red - A convicted Viking mass-murderer somehow convinces 400 people to follow him to Greenland and let him rule as their Jarl.

Jozef Pilsudski - The greatest warrior in modern Polish history, he escaped three prisons, defeated the Russian Army, and became hero to his people.

Jeanne de Clisson - When the King of France had her husband beheaded as a traitor, the "Tigress of Britanny" assembled a fleet of black-hulled warships and personally wreaked vengeance on the Crown.

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