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Characters: HeroSmash
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The Character of HeroSmash

The player character.

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     Hero Spire 

Antares

The Symbol of Good

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Mister Maximum

Protector of Super City

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Arctikiller

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Electina

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Astroman

The Astronomical Ally

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General Smash

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Demolicious

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''Hydraonn

The Lion-Hearted Hero

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Pandora

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     Skull Deep 

Rocker

The Symbol of Evil.

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Charries

Leader of B.U.N.N.I.E.S.

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Hottica

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Lokos

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Dyintime

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Luigi Davinci

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  • Ear Notch
  • Evil Genius
  • Faux Affably Evil
    • At first, he seems a little more polite than Demolicious, which is not saying very much. He seems to soften up a little bit by letting the player help in the park war, if they choose to do so.
    • Later on, if the player decides to assist him in the apartment missions, Luigi complains that the malachite doesn't work as expected. He wants his brother (along with everyone else) to bow to his might.
    • Luigi also thinks very poorly of his robotic and human minions, although he claimed that numbers were the most important thing in victory.
  • Mad Scientist
  • Malicious Slander: He accuses Demolicious of wanting to sell the Pandorian Malachite for her own selfish desires, and it is implied that the other heroes no longer respect her as a result. Without EVEN trying to ask her what she actually wanted to do with the malachite when they got back to Herospire.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Take Over the World: That is, if he can use the malachite to revive his brother. He fails to revive said dead brother.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: He declares that Demolicious wanted to sell the heart for her own selfish desires, while she is hanging from a pair of his robots that grabbed her arms. He's only half right the reason she wants to sell it is for money to help her sick dad.
  • The Rival: To Demolicious.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist
  • Would Hit a Girl: Indirectly, but he does order either his robots or the villainous player to throw Demolicious out of the park. We only see her being thrown out, but not the hit.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Nobody in the game calls him out for wanting to steal the malachite or slandering his opponent. The player has no option to give a Kirk Summation to him/just say Shut Up, Hannibal! either. Then again, most of the players blindly supported Luigi because they think Evil Is Cool.

Twi

Deviant of The Dark

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Darcron

The Bringer of Doom

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     Shadow Faction 

Super Death

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     Yercom 

Yergan

CEO of Yercom

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Marty Plumber

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Larry Plumber

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    Holiday Characters 

Hero Heart Day

Hero Heart Harry

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Smashmas

Hermie the Elf

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Doodie the Elf

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    Epic Duel 

Nightraith

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    Others 

Platinum Surfer

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    Antagonist 

Mr. Purple

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Dr. Insecro

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Clock Blocker

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Chairmen Platinum/Platinum Virus

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King Zong

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