Mulligan is a champion in all types of card games, be it Belote, Magical Coast or Jungomon. He'll play anything that's thrown at him. So, who would have thought he'd abandon it all to devote himself to the latest game to hit the streets: Clint Fighting! Designed by obscure alien technology transactions, it consists of holographic cards and a high-tech trading-card album that reproduces the fights to make them look larger than life. Mulligan has thrown himself into some fairly turbulent duels that certainly wouldn't look out of place in a top sporting event.
- It's Time to Duel: Gain 30 Life Points with Mulligan
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base power is 7, which is good for a 3*.
- His base damage is 3, but becomes 5 with fury, allowing you to 2HKO with other members of All Stars.
- His ability gives you three life back if you win with him.
- His ability helps to make a gap between you and your opponent.
- SoA doesn't bother him much, since he can reduce his opponent's base power.
- SoB also doesn't weaken him, since he can get life back.
- The clan bonus reduces an opponent's power by two, which helps in low-pill fights.
- His base damage is 3, which is low for a 3*.
- He is weak against all-stops, since he cannot gain life back or reduce his opponent's power.
- He is weak against damage reduction, since his base damage is low.
- He has competition from the other 3* in All Stars.
- The name of the card game mentioned in his bio, Belote, is an actual French card game that involves 32 playing cards.
- The card game, Clint Fighting, may be taken from Urban Rivals, itself, due to Mulligan holding a card of Guru Cr in his second level, and a book featuring DJ Korr Cr and Artus (on the cover) in his final level.
- The card game may also be based off of Yu-Gi-Oh, which involves bring real life monsters to life using playing cards. The name of his mission is a common phrase used in the anime when starting a card fight.
- This is most likely the first time Urban Rivals has broken the "fourth wall".
- The game "Jungomon" may be based off of Pokemon or Digimon, though the name, itself, may come from the Jungo clan.
- Mulligan's name is a game term for what happens when a player gets a second chance to perform a certain move or action.