|Dead Ned's Revolver|
|Augmentations||Treasure Hunter, Hotshot, Liquidate|
|Acquisition||Reaver's Wheel of Misfortune|
Ned Martin was a second-rate bandit and thief who held up a number of pawnbrokers until the day he was shot by a town guard. Ironically, he was a much better thief and bandit in death. Eventually his shooting hand fell off though.
NOTE: This is based on the star level of the weapon. Does NOT factor in Strength (Swords, Hammers) or Stature (Pistols, Rifles) multiplier and/or bonuses from Augments.
|Treasure Hunter||Dig up 30 items.||+ 10 Extra Damage|
|Hotshot||Hit enemies with 200 flourishes.||Gain Money With Each Hit|
|Liquidate||Kill 40 nobles.||Gain Health With Each Hit|
Any figures in brackets are where the PC version has reduced requirements.
- When the player hits an enemy with a flourish from this weapon, a posh-sounding disembodied voice will say, "I am not impressed in the slightest." This is likely Dead Ned bragging from beyond the grave.
- If the "Hotshot" upgrade has been unlocked, shooting dead enemies with this weapon will still yield gold.
- It was likely inspired by Ned Kelly, a famous Irish-Australian folk hero who resisted the British rule of Australian colonies until he was killed. He was known to use a revolver.
- The revolver's name may have been inspired by the 2004 video game Red Dead Revolver by Rockstar games.
- In Fable II, there is a grave that reads "Here lies a man once called Ned, now more properly called dead." This may be Ned Martin.
- Despite the name, the pistol is not actually a revolver. It's a Clockwork Pistol, as it lacks a rotating cylinder like a real revolver.