"You can be proud of yourself gringo, no one has ever gotten this close to me before. Not that anyone will ever know, you caught up with me, but you're not fast enough to kill me." -Julian Ramos to a McCall.
Ramos and his band of outlaws were responsible for 14 murders committed in South Mexico. This resulted in the Mexican government putting a $100 dollar bounty on his head.
Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood
One of the McCall brothers answered the wanted ad, and tracked Ramos to his villa. The gunslinger shot down most of Ramos's allies, and the latter fled to a distant house. The McCall followed him and killed the remaining outlaws, leaving only Ramos whom challenged him to a duel. Moments later, Julian Ramos was dead.
Ramos was a Mexican man in his 40s. He had black hair that was slicked back, and a thick black mustache. He wore a lime green shirt, a dark blue jacket, grey trousers, and brown boots. He carried a Ranger as his preferred sidearm.
Ramos was an arrogant man who thought of himself as being intelligent. However his intelligence could not save him from the bounty hunter who claimed his life in the name of justice.
- The Hombre multiplayer class uses the same model as Ramos.