The famous funk singer of the 80s has returned to Clint City and naturally chooses to join the Bangers. In spite of his undeniable talent, Willy is a laughing stock because of his extremely "original" outfits, but nothing will make him give up his funky, old school style.
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- Yeah, Yeah, Yeah: Inflict 250 Damages with Willy
Advantages and Disadvantages of the card
- His ability increases his power by 4 if he is played first in a round.
- His clan bonus increases his power by 2.
- He has 7 damage, which is very good for a 5* card. It also helps to 2HKO the opponent with a few other Bangers.
- SoA doesn't weaken him much, since his bonus still gives him an additional power.
- He doesn't rely heavily on his bonus.
- When facing all-stops, he is left with 5 power, is not that good for a 5*.
- He is a 5* and can't fit into a T1 deck easily.
- He is rare, so he can't be found easily in a pack.
- He is often very expensive on the market.
- His ability is Courage, so he must be played first.
- Willy's appearance (especially the last two pics on his card) is based off of funk guitarist, Bootsy Collins.
- His outfits in his last 2 forms look like something Don Kanonji would wear.
- His third form might be a nod to the famous guitarist, Jimi Hendrix.