The archetype is based on Der Freischütz, a German opera written by Carl Maria von Weber. It premiered in 1821. Also, according to German folklore, "Freischütz" refers to a marksman who made a contract with the devil to obtain seven magic bullets with supernatural accuracy. The first six bullets are subservient to the wielder's control, while the seventh will be in the devil's grip completely.
All members of this archetype are based on seven main characters of the opera, in addition to sporting names and physical appearances to notable figures of American Western history and lore. Visually, all of them share three design aspects: a demonic-looking gun, a clawed blue arm holding the gun, and one or more large, red wings with blue eyes near the joint.
|Monster||Roles||Western Namesake||Corresponding Spell/Trap||Weapon|
|Calamity||Ännchen, Agathe's relative||Calamity Jane||Death-perado||Rocket launcher|
|Doctor||Cuno, a hereditary forester||Doc Holliday||Never-Endorphin||Sniper rifle|
|Star||Agathe, Cuno's daughter||Belle Starr||Dancing Needle||Derringer|
|The Kid||Max, assistant forester||William H. Bonney (Billy the Kid)||Cross-Dominator||Revolver|
|Wild||The Holy Hermit||"Wild Bill" Hickok||Deadman's Burst||MANPADS / CIWS|
|Caspar||Caspar, assistant forester||N/A||Devil's Deal||Pistol / handgun|
|Zamiel||Samiel, the Black Huntsman|
The "Magibullet" monsters share the effect "You can activate "Magibullet" Spells/Traps from your hand during either player's turn.", with the Level 3 and 4 members having an effect triggered if a Spell/Trap is activated in the same column as their own.