No self-respecting rock band could be without a bass player and unfortunately Lizzy's group is no exception to this rule. Fiddler was already well known for the strength of his slap and the precision of his tapping, but after his transformation, the vibrations caused by his playing were not dissimilar to an actual earthquake. So just imagine an entire concert with Lizzy's band! In fact, their last show was followed by a natural disaster with its fair share of casualties and debris... Since then a basement room of the Red Motel has been reinforced with seismic engineering to allow the trio "to express themselves" without bringing Clint City tumbling to its knees.
- Music and Collapse: Inflict 80 Damages with Fiddler
- Rock'n'Fall: Win 30 rounds with Fiddler in survivor mode
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base power is 8, which is good for a 5*.
- His base damage is 6, which is also good.
- His ability allows him to copy the bonus of an opposing card, which helps when fighting against clans, such as: the All-Stars, the Uppers, and the Sakrohm. His ability also helps to increase his power and damage if he is facing: the Ulu Watu, the Bangers, the Fang Pi Clang, or La Junta.
- His ability helps to play mind games on your opponent, depending on what kind of clan they are using. As such, he makes a very good bluff.
- The clan bonus removes two life from your opponent after you win with him.
- His ability is useless against GHEIST, Roots, Skeelz, and Leader.
- He is a 5*, so he takes up a lot of room in the deck and is weak against Equalizer.
- He has competition from the other 5* cards in Berzerk.
- He is based off of Robert Trujillo, the current bass guitarist of the heavy metal band, Metallica.
- His name is a play on the popular musical, Fiddler on the Roof.
- The name of the second mission is a play on the term, Rock n' Roll.
- His appearance is somewhat similar to Eddie Riggs, the main character of the action RPG, Brutal Legend.