"Lámh Dhearg Abú"
Growing up in Londonderry in the later years of the troubles, Willy was involved in several instances of sectarian and other criminal related violence. Despite not necessarily being a key-member of any movements Willy managed to get a name for himself. In his later teenage and young adult years he eventually he become a prominent member in the Red Hand Commando (RHC) Ulster loyalist paramilitary group in Northern Ireland. After the disbandment of the RHC, Willy moved away from sectarian violence and mostly shifted to his regular blue-collar work saving up for the next weekend. Eventually as the infection hit, sectarian violence plummeted and people focused on survival rather than violence against one another. Despite all this, after the gas bombing of the United Kingdom by unknown Irish militants in Chernarus, Willy took the initiative to take action.