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Wilt is an imaginary friend and one of the main characters in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. His creator was a child named Jordan Michaels who later became a professional basketball player (a play on Michael Jordan). Jordan imagined Wilt as the perfect basketball trainer, partner, and friend. The Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends movie Good Wilt Hunting reveals Wilt's past: the identity of his creator and how Wilt ended up at Foster's. Due to a bully and his imaginary friend, Foul Larry, challenging Wilt and Jordan to a game of basketball, Wilt sustained the injures he has today and lost the basketball game (due to the bully's team's cheating). During the game, when the large Foul Larry was about to fall on Jordan, Wilt saved his creator by pushing him out of the way, causing him to break one of his eye-stalks and lose an arm.
Wilt felt like a failure and ran away, hiding from Jordan when he tried to find him, eventually leaving New York and traveling across the country to Foster's. Because of this painful past, Wilt tries always to be extremely cheerful and to apologizes for nearly everything he says or does, and to be one of the most helpful members of Foster's. He's also best friends with Mac, Bloo, Eduardo, Coco, Cheese, Mr. Herriman, and Frankie. Wilt later reunited temporarily with his creator, who is now a major basketball star, and made amends.
War Against Fuse
Lawbreakers and Jawbreakers
The Eds trick the player into stealing jawbreakers from Stickybeard. Wilt tells the player that they were tricked and he has them return the jawbreakers before a war broke out between the Eds and the Candy Pirates.
When the player is asked by Billy to take down the Re:Fuse posters in Habitat Homes, Wilt tells them to put them back up again. Wilt explains that he and the other imaginary friends put up the "Re:Fuse" posters made of Imaginary Energy in Habitat Homes to weaken Fuse's monsters. The player investigates the mysterious Beautification Organization that was paying Billy to take down the poster. Fusion Father was the one running the organization. The player defeats him and Habitat Homes is a safer place once again.
For some reason, Fusion Wilt appears more like a robotic machine rather than Wilt himself. Fusion Wilt's robotic appearance serves as a reference to Wilt's alter ego, Lord Snotzax (Which he took on in the Foster's Home episode "Make Believe It or Not"). It is believed that Fusion Wilt is affected by Imaginary Energy, which makes a Fusion either extremely ridiculous, or forces the Fusion to do a good deed, such as Fusion Eduardo telling you where he is.
- Lawbreakers & Jawbreakers (Part 4 of 5)
- Lawbreakers & Jawbreakers (Part 5 of 5)
- The Fraudulent Frankie (Part 3 of 5)
- The Fraudulent Frankie (Part 4 of 5)
- Beautification Mutation (Part 5 of 6)
- Beautification Mutation (Part 6 of 6)
- Wilt was the second original Blastons Nano players got in the game, while the first was Buttercup.
- On November 22nd, 2019, he was given a new model and new animations in the FusionFall Retro Beta v3.0 Patch. He was also moved to the front to the Cul-de-Sac so he could hold the door open for people who want to enter and exit the cardboard fortress (this is a reference to the episode "Store Wars", where Wilt ends up holding a door open for nearly the entire episode so as not to be rude to those who want to go through it).
- He is voiced by Phil LaMarr, who also voiced Dracula and Samurai Jack.
- According to the FusionFall Retro developers, Wilt was originally supposed to be at Foster's Home, but he was moved to Peach Creek Commons because the development team wanted a Foster's character to appear early in the game.