Without family or land after the War, Brisco and his brother, Jedidiah, like many men, went west in search of a new life. Wandering across the wide plains, he drifted aimlessly for several years... picking up the occasional job herding cattle or guiding a wagon train westward. He even served a couple of years as a cavalry scout. As he drifted around the West, Brisco learned two things: he didn't like wrangling cattle and he was good with a gun. After helping a posse capture some stagecoach bandits, the marshal asked Brisco if he wanted a job as his deputy.
Seeming to settle into this new life, Brisco earned the respect of his fellow lawmen... until stories began to circulate that Jed was a member of the notorious Pinto Pony gang. Brisco has his doubts. Jedidiah was always undisciplined and rowdy, traits that often brought him trouble, but his brother could not believe he was a cold-blooded killer. Naturally others started to view Brisco with suspicion as that band of thieves had successfully eluded the best-planned attempts to lure them into a trap. Given that lingering mistrust, and the $10,000 Dead or Alive reward on Jed's head, Brisco decided to find and capture his brother on his own.
Rumor says that Jed and the Pinto Pony gang are headed to Deadwood... which makes it Brisco's destination as well.
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