Union Square and the Bowery (Manhattan)
Jeans and tie-dye undershirts, worn under a wide variety of jackets.
The Lizzies are a fictional New York City gang in 1979. They are an all girl gang who can hang with the boys. Using their god-given gifts to their advantage, they can easily sneak their way past any crew's defense.
The Lizzies are an all-female mixed race gang in New York who operate within a apartment, complete with couches and a pool table. They appear beautiful, sexy and promiscuous. They occasionally arm themselves with switchblades and other knives. They sometimes arm themselves with firearms, but appear to be inexperienced with them.
The Lizzies were founded sometime before May 20, 1979 as an all-female gang, and adopted the Union Square and Bowery sections of Manhattan's East Village as their territory; they shared the area with the Punks.
Battling the Savage HunsEdit
Finding the WarriorsEdit
Following the meeting in Van Cortlandt Park, the Bronx, which saw the death of Cyrus, the leader of the Gramercy Riffs, a request was sent out by the Riffs for the Coney Island-based gang the Warriors to be captured. The Lizzies were one of the gangs to respond to this request; at Union Square, a group of Lizzies came across three members of the Warriors: Vermin, Cochise and Rembrandt. The Lizzies led the three members of the Warriors back to their apartment, where they attempted to seduce the trio; Vermin and Cochise were easily seduced by members of the Lizzies. Rembrandt remained uneasy while at the Lizzies' apartment, and was the first to become aware that the Lizzies wanted to stop the Warriors; Rembrandt was able to warn Vermin and Cochise, and the trio were able to escape. Despite their use of handguns and knifes, the Lizzies were unable to stop any of the Warriors, although they were able to cut Rembrandt's arm with a knife.
- Alice (Soldier)
- Dana (Soldier)
- Hollie (Soldier)
- Sarah (Warchief)
- Sheera (Soldier)
- Starr (Warlord)
- Roxanna (Soldier)
In the FilmEdit
Their only appearance in the film is that they wait at Union Station when Rembrandt, Cochise and Vermin show up. They take them to their apartment and seduce them until accusing them of shooting Cyrus, they miss every shot, but a cut on Rembrandt's arm.
In the GameEdit
The scene in the film is Friendly Faces in the video game.
The Lizzies are playable in Rumble Mode.
The Lizzies are one of the hardest gangs to use in Rumble Mode do to them being slower then other characters and are much more likely to be stunned or knocked down then other brawlers in the game. If you do play as them, be cautious because you can get wrecked very easily, especially if you are getting hit by powerful moves or being grabbed as the members often become disoriented from these attacks.
No Lizzie (except Starr) can escape a grab. This can be very annoying on Rumble Mode if you're using them, because you can be almost be beaten to the point of death if you are grabbed consecutively.
Although the Lizzies are slower then other fighters, they actually have above average health, and their combos inflict a fairly high amount of damage. This actually makes the Lizzies a decent clique to use in Rumble Mode regardless of their restrictions of being easily stunned/disoriented.
The Lizzies are the strongest and fastest female brawlers that can be used in the game. This would make them the best choice if you wanted to use a female character/gang member in Rumble Mode.
- The Warriors (Film)
- The Warriors (Game) - Desperate Dudes (Intro Only)
- The Warriors (Game) - Friendly Faces
- The Warriors (Game) - Armies of the Night
- The Warriors: Street Brawl
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