Bows and Arrows
Each Native American is equipped with a bow that can shoot arrows, and you may spend an action to shoot one arrow for each bow you have in your inventory.
In order to shoot an arrow, attach a bow (to either side) of the Native American by inserting the horizontal segment in the slot between the figure’s arm and leg.
Then, place an arrow between the figure and its bow.
Flaming arrows are also a thing now!
A Native American may shoot a flaming arrow by discarding a fire token from their inventory.
Place a red arrow in the bow and shoot normally. If a flaming arrow knocks over a figure, it is treated as a regular arrow, but if a flaming arrow enters a building, that building is now on fire. Place a fire token on that building’s support block.
If the throw is successful, place a tomahawk token on the figure you injured. When that figure takes its next turn, its first action must be a movement.
All other rules for throwing tomahawks (hits, misses, etc.) are the same as those for firing bullets.
When shooting with the Gatling gun, the player must use the Gatling barrel.
How does it work: Frist, place the barrel to the left or right of the cowboy within the width of one bullet.
Then, place 4 Gatling bullets (½ the size of Colt bullets) in the barrel so that they are not perfectly aligned with each other (see illustrations).
Aim the barrel and shoot!