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This article is about the car. For the manufacturer of the same name, see Willard (manufacturer).
A Willard in GTA San Andreas
(Rear quarter view).
Manufacturer: Willard (GTA IV)
Vehicle type: Civilian car
Body style: 4-door sedan
Capacity: 4
Top speed: On testing
Appearance(s): GTA San Andreas
Based on: See #Design

The Willard is a sedan available in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto IV. In GTA IV, it is made by the manufacturer of the same name.



The Willard resembles a 1988–1993 Dodge Dynasty in GTA San Andreas; in GTA IV, it strongly resembles a 1986 Buick LeSabre the only notable difference being the configuration of its taillights.


The performance of the Willard in GTA San Andreas is as expected from a standard sedan. The car's engine is moderately powerful, and as such has average speed and high-climbing capabilities. Its steering, however, may be slightly sluggish, although its brakes are still responsive enough to facilitate powersliding for more effective cornering.

The GTA IV rendition of the Willard is powered by what feels like a high-output 4 or 6 cylinder engine, paired to a 4 speed gearbox in FWD configuration. The Willard is extremely sluggish - the slowest car in the game. Despite its speed disadvantage, the Willard's suspension is set up for quick turns, rather than high-speed "highway" cornering. Braking is acceptable, and ABS appears to be standard across the line. Crash deformation is also acceptable, and build quality above average; overall, the Willard is best suited to situations where sudden turns are a necessity, and high speed driving is not.



GTA San Andreas


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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Vanden Willard
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Chronological and political information
"You're safe. When we heard about Alderaan, we feared the worst."
―Vanden Willard, welcoming Leia Organa to Yavin Base.

General Vanden Willard was a tactical advisor and military officer in the Alliance to Restore the Republic and New Republic.



A native of Alderaan, Willard was an old friend of Bail Organa, and served as a spy for the Organa family. During his career, he served as commander of Delta Base on the remote moon New Kisge in the Sulorine Sector.

Willard on Yavin 4.

Willard joined the Alliance forces at the Massassi base six months prior to the first Death Star's arrival. General Jan Dodonna assigned Willard, now an Alliance general, to command Yavin 4's planetary defenses. Willard was speaking with Bail Organa through a secure HoloNet channel when Alderaan was destroyed. Willard feared that Princess Leia Organa had perished, and was elated when she arrived at Yavin 4 with the plans for the Death Star. When the Death Star arrived in the Yavin system, Willard began devising an evacuation plan after assisting Dodonna with the development of an attack plan against the space station.

Willard was consulted with Luke Skywalker's successful flight simulator results prior to the battle, and supported Skywalker joining Red Squadron.[1]

After the Alliance victory at Yavin, Willard coordinated the Battle of Shaylin 18, and then was assigned the command of Delta Base and of Suolriep Sector. During this time, Willard was sent in missions with young tactics prodigy Risiev Credal. Alongside with Dodonna, Willard and Credal spent free time discussing the tactics used in Yavin. After Credal's disappearance and presumable desertion, Willard still could not believe him a traitor, but accepted the possibility.

Vanden Willard.

During his service on Delta Base, Willard worked with the Task Force on Alliance Security, writing reports on threats to the Alliance. He wrote a report on assassin Callandri specifying her first attack on lieutenant Alton Lochner.[2]

Willard retired for active military duty to train officers, captains, and pilots in the vagaries of military strategy, space combat, and tactical decision-making. He is remembered with particular bitterness by starfighter pilots who faced the Redemption scenario, a particularly difficult simulation designed by Willard.

As the New Republic formed, Willard worked with fellow strategic luminaries Dodonna, Adar Tallon, and Pashna Starkiller. The work of the "Gray Cadre" was essential in developing the strategic and tactical methods that would assist the New Republic in defeating enemies like the cloned Emperor Palpatine.

Behind the scenes

Incorrect image of Vanden Willard from Star Wars: Rebellion

Willard was played by English actor Eddie Byrne in A New Hope. His voice was dubbed by Michael Bell.[3] The character was named after screenwriter Willard Huyck, who, along with his wife Gloria Katz, helped George Lucas put some finishing touches on the revised fourth draft of the movie's script. While the CCG accurately identifies Willard (as played by Byrne), other sources, such as Star Wars: Rebellion and Star Wars: Rebellion: Prima's Official Strategy Guide, have confused Byrne's Willard with the mustachioed General Bob Hudsol.


  • The Princess Leia Diaries (Ambiguously canonical source)
  • Star Wars Empire 9: Darklighter, Part 2
  • Star Wars Journal: The Fight for Justice (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope novel (First appearance)
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope junior novel
  • Star Wars 5: Lo, The Moons of Yavin
  • Star Wars: Rebellion
  • Rebel Force: Renegade (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars 26: Doom Mission
  • Star Wars Science Adventures: Emergency in Escape Pod Four (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars 48: The Third Law (Mentioned only)


Notes and references

  1. Star Wars Journal: The Fight for Justice
  2. Alliance Intelligence Reports
  3. The Homing Beacon #260

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Willard.gif NPC Willard
Location: East part of Edron castle, second floor, here.
Occupation: Shopkeeper
Notes: Willard deals in armor, weapons and ammunition and was once in the Thaian royal army.
Items traded: Sells:

Axe Weapons:
Axe 20 gp
Barbarian Axe 590 gp
Hand Axe 8 gp

Club Weapons:
Battle Hammer 350 gp
Clerical Mace 540 gp
Mace 90 gp

Sword Weapons:
Crimson Sword 610 gp
Dagger 5 gp
Rapier 15 gp
Sabre 35 gp
Sword 85 gp

Distance Weapons:
Bow 400 gp
Crossbow 500 gp
Royal Spear 15 gp
Spear 10 gp
Throwing Star 42 gp

Arrow 3 gp
Bolt 4 gp
Earth Arrow 5 gp
Flaming Arrow 5 gp
Flash Arrow 5 gp
Onyx Arrow 7 gp
Piercing Bolt 5 gp
Power Bolt 7 gp
Shiver Arrow 5 gp
Sniper Arrow 5 gp

Chain Helmet 52 gp
Leather Helmet 12 gp

Brass Armor 450 gp
Chain Armor 200 gp
Leather Armor 35 gp

Chain Legs 80 gp

Steel Shield 240 gp
Viking Shield 260 gp

Wooden Shield 15 gp

Axe Weapons:
Axe 7 gp
Barbarian Axe 185 gp
Battle Axe 80 gp
Halberd 400 gp
Hand Axe 4 gp

Club Weapons:
Battle Hammer 120 gp
Clerical Mace 170 gp
Club 1 gp
Mace 30 gp
Morning Star 90 gp

Sword Weapons:
Dagger 2 gp
Rapier 5 gp
Sabre 12 gp
Short Sword 10 gp
Spike Sword 240 gp
Sword 25 gp
Two Handed Sword 450 gp

Distance Weapons:
Bow 100 gp
Crossbow 120 gp
Spear 3 gp

Chain Helmet 17 gp
Iron Helmet 150 gp
Leather Helmet 4 gp
Steel Helmet 190 gp

Brass Armor 150 gp
Chain Armor 70 gp
Leather Armor 12 gp
Plate Armor 400 gp

Chain Legs 25 gp

Battle Shield 95 gp
Steel Shield 80 gp
Viking Shield 85 gp

Wooden Shield 5 gp
See the entire NPC list.

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