Silas: "That's the kind of man I am Ben. I set out to do something, I do it. Surrender just ain't in my nature. Plus I'm stubborn as hell." -Silas Greaves and Ben.
Silas Greaves (1848-?) was the protagonist of Call of Juarez: Gunslinger. He was a famous bounty hunter who rose to fame in the 1880s, and was said to have crossed paths with legends such as Billy the Kid. He was voiced by John Cygan.
Call of Juarez: GunslingerEdit
AppearanceEditSilas wore a red Mexican poncho with a necklace featuring an ancient Aztec coin, fingerless gloves, and a brown hat with a damaged brim. He carried two Rangers as his primary weapons. Silas was of average build, and had long black hair that greyed as he aged. While not seen in-game, his 3D model shows he has greenish-brown eyes.
Silas believed that the world is what people made it, and if they made it a bad place, it would be bad for them. He also believed in decisions and respected what his enemies had chosen to do but constantly said they still brought their deaths upon themselves. He believed in justice and respects everyone and their choices.
Silas had a bad habit of blowing stories out of proportion, or changing them up as he went along. Nuggets of Truth can still be found within his story, but they're certainly not a majority of what's in it.
- Silas Greaves has the same voice actor as Jeremy Barnsby and Michael Duke.
- At the age of sixty-two years, Silas is the oldest playable protagonist in the series thus far.
- Silas' appearance is very similar to the "Man With No Name" character (played by Clint Eastwood) from the Dollar Trilogy. However, Eastwood's character has a brown poncho that is much larger.
- Silas' overall appearance also resembles John Marston from Red Dead Redemption (if Marston wears the Poncho Outfit).
- Concept art reveals that Silas was originally intended to wear a crucifix instead of a Spanish coin on his neck.