|Ability||Victory or Defeat: +4 Life|
|Released||June 23, 2017|
|Stats lv 2||1/3|
|Stats lv 3||3/3|
|Stats lv 4||5/3|
|Stats lv 5||6/3 (Ability activated)|
RIP Ennio, a mediocre pianist who accompanied Miss Beautiful Bosom in all her shows, and who on occasion would display a modicum of talent after a hefty dose of his preferred beverage. On that fateful evening, drunk and playing like a madman, he didn’t even notice his partner stretched out on the floor and his piano on fire... Let’s just say, he accompanied her all the way to hell!
- RIP Ennio: Win 15 rounds with Ennio.
- A Fistful of Dollars: Gain 200 life points with Ennio.
Advantages and Disadvantages
- His Ability can be used in both Victory and Defeat scenarios, meaning (if nothing is reduced or stopped) that he can create a 7 point Life gap, or act as a Damage reducer of sorts (however, if the player is KO'ed the +Life will not come into effect).
- He could technically work with either Night or Day decks: If you want to win with him, then a Day deck is better and you can fall back on the ability in case of loss; If you want to use him as a sort of Damage Reducer, then he'll be better with a Night deck.
- For a 5*, 6/3 base stats aren't any good.
- He relies heavily on his ability, which means he is vulnerable SoA.
- As a 5*, he takes up a lot of space in your deck.
- He has competition from other 5* in the GhosTown deck.
- His name comes from the famous composer and pianist, Ennio Morricone, who did the soundtracks to several famous wild west films.
- One of the films he composed music for included A Fistful of Dollars, which is also the name of Ennio's second mission.
- The "fateful evening" his description talks about references the night Guillotinette's head is severed by a giant shard of shattered glass, and they, therefore, both died as he kept playing until possibly dying of exhaustion.