Lizzy has always had a lot of pent-up rage in her so it was no surprise that she turned to the more extreme types of rock. She started off as a Malmoth fan but very quickly found his music sissy and now prefers the sound of musical instruments being smashed over heads. In fact, you come and listen to her at the Red One Motel, but chances are you can never leave...
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Advantages and Disadvantages
- She has a base power of 7, which is good for a 5*.
- Her damage is 6, but becomes 8 with fury, allowing you to 2HKO with some of the other members of Berzerk.
- Her ability gives her an extra +2 power, which makes fights with her easier.
- SOA doesn't do much to her, since she has a high power of 7.
- SOB also doesn't do much, since her damage is also pretty good.
- All-stops also do not effect her much, since she has very good stats at 7/6.
- The clan bonus removes two life from your opponent after you win with her.
- While some may like to play Cortez, his price tag is huge and Lizzy, unlike most Bezerks, has no Backlash.
- She is a 5*, and she takes up quite a bit of room in your deck.
- She has competition from the other 5* in Berzerk.
- Many will prefer playing Cortez or Taylor over her.
- Though SOA doesn't affect her much, she still's fairly weak without it.
- She has trouble against manipulation clans.
- Her name is a nod to the hard rock band, Thin Lizzy.
- The last part of her bio, which talks about never leaving the Red One Motel, are based off of lyrics from the popular Eagles' song, Hotel California.
- Her name could be a reference to Lizzie Borden, along with the axe as an axe guitar.
- Her name could also be a reference to heavy metal band, Lizzy Borden.
- She could also be based off of American singer, Lizzy Grant, better known as Lana Del Rey.