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"Sorry to disappoint you, but I can't even do that trick where it looks like your thumb comes apart; but if I ever have a party you guys are definitely the entertainment! Her birthday is given as January 19th in the comics, but is changed to the fall (possibly somewhere in November) in the animated series. In the New Power Arc, her skirt changes into a pair of tight shorts, which connect with her top and form swirls on her thigh area.

Will's full name shifts between "Wilhelmina" and "Wilma". Will's guardian outfit consists of a purple, midriff-bearing, cropped top with long, poet sleeves, a teal mini-skirt, turquoise and green-striped tights, and purple, high-heeled shin-high boots.

She collects anything that's frog related, except the amphibian itself (instead, she has a dormouse). Will had a crush on Matt Olsen, which leads her to work at his grandfather's pet shop for a while, and, who later in the series becomes her boyfriend. Will has the power of Absolute Energy, also known as Quintessence (the power of life force manipulation), and can be seen in the form of lightning bolts.

She loves animals in general, but she is especially crazy about frogs. and holds the Heart of Kandrakar, a pink glowing jewel sphere that converts the five elements into pure energy, allowing the girls to transform and magnify their powers.

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