In the book, Westworld, a host of cowboys fight to the death against hordes of zombies, among them Woodledge. He is a one man army. He packs all of his wits and arsenal into one shoulder-mounted device, a rifle called the Buried Ray by Wright Subdivision 11.
Woodledge – a pariah in the world of good and villain – is easily the most terrifying enemy in all of the Westworld episodes. It takes a small amount of intelligence and skill to make the smallest crevice in his armor and to pierce his heart, but most people can do that easily enough with a bayonet. The backpack gun might be a firearm, but it’s not necessarily an efficient way to subdue a large opponent. Woodledge uses sheer strength to throw men from mountain ranges and as they fall to the ground below, he pins them beneath his weight.
After one of his opponents loses their own ammunition, Woodledge decides to steal it. We don’t actually know where his heart is located, but if he has an Achilles’ heel, he certainly doesn’t want anyone to know about it. This thief, David, is also without one. David is bound and taken to Woodledge’s castle. When he is finally freed, he finds a face ripped from his body and his right arm had been lost. His leg was shattered, and the extent of his wounds are unknown.
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