Don's story started in the street. From petty theft to dirty deals, he gradually earned respect first as the big shot on the block, then in the city and finally throughout the land. He shows his enemies no mercy and is cruel to his friends. To stay "capo", he trusts no one and gets respect through his own brutality and that of his henchmen.
Don appears in the second issue of Lucha Libre in Clint City, yelling at his henchmen for screwing up. He's portrayed as a very ill-tempered man with horrible teeth (a number of them are missing).
- Eraser V: Win 10 fights with a knock out from Don.
- Don's Heir: Win 1,000 fights with at least 2 Montana.
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base damage is 8, which is good for a 5*.
- His damage also makes him a good bluff to use against your opponent, since they won't know whether you are planning to attack them or not.
- He gets his ability at level four, so he is usable then.
- His ability reduces the opponent's attack by 4 and with his bonus makes 16.
- The minimum of his ability is 2, which helps with his high bonus minimum and can be devastating in low pill situations.
- The clan bonus removes 12 attack from your opponent, which helps in low-pill fights.
- 6 power is weak for a 5*, even with the Montana bonus.
- He relies heavily on both his ability and bonus, so he is weak when going up against SoA and SoB.
- He is a 5*, so he takes up a lot of room in your deck.
- He has competition from the other 5* in Montana.
- "Don" is the term for the highest rank in the mafia.
- He is based off of Vito Corleone from The Godfather.
- Fellow clan member, Angelo, is his son, Filomena is his little sister, Edd Cr is his cousin, Vickie Cr (due to the long relationship explanation from her bio) could be his daughter, and Veccio is his uncle.
- His aspect could be based off of Fat Tony from the popular TV series, The Simpsons. Both he and Fat Tony are leaders of the Mafia.
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