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Sir Sagramor charges, but The Boss remains unmoving. When Sir Sagramor is some fifteen paces  away, The Boss pulls out a pistol, which he has made, and he shoots Sir Sagramor, killing him. The  crowd is amazed, for there is no apparent reason for the man to be dead. No one else steps forward  to challenge The Boss, so he challenges them all. Five hundred knights mount and charge, and  when they get close enough, The Boss pulls out both of his guns and begins to shoot; nine knights  fall — and then, suddenly the others stop, they stare, and they turn in flight. In the ensuing three years, The Boss reveals the mines and factories and workshops that he had  started but had kept hidden. He also continues to challenge any and all knights who wish to face him  — alone or  en masse.  He has no takers.
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