Having been friends with Fizzle since childhood, Lil Jey was constantly trying to impress her with his crazy inventions. It was after the failure of his shoulder-platform to watch concerts on that he unintentionally sent the young woman into the arms of Nobrocybix. In utter desperation he joined the Bangers in search of some class in which he was sadly lacking. And that is how Clint City's ultra hip dance groove known as the Lil Jey Style was invented!
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- Lil Jey Style: Win 10 rounds with Lil Jey
- Go Over the Wall: Win 20 rounds with Lil Jey (18/01/2013 - 17/03/2013)
Advantages and Disadvantages of the card
- His base power is 6, which is good for a 2*.
- His ability removes one power from his opponent.
- The minimum for his ability is one, which is very low.
- He is a 2*, so he makes room in your deck.
- He is a common, so he is easy to obtain in packs.
- The clan bonus increases his power by 2, making him a potential 8/3.
- His base damage is 3, which is not high.
- His ability only removes one power, which is not a whole lot.
- He is weak against SOA, since he loses his ability.
- He has competition from the other 2* in Bangers, especially Graff.
- Lil Jey is a take-off on the TV show character, Steve Urkel, with Fizzle playing Laura's role (the object of Steve's affections.).
- His name is a nod to Urkel's actor, Jaleel White.
- His dance is based off the one Steve Urkel did called The Urkel.
- His relationship with Fizzle could also be based partly off the New X-Men characters, Prodigy and Surge.
- The Lil Jey Style could be also be based off of Gangnam style.