, as well as others who appear.
I. M. Meen
An evil wizard who hates goody-goody bookworms and can trap people in books.
The king of Hyrule. He's not afraid to throw his weight around. Dinner is his favorite meal of the day
A man who spends his time recapping bad movies of recent decades to show that the 80's and 90's weren't perfect.
- Boss Subtitles
- Catch Phrase: "Hello I'm the Nostalgia Critic."
- Chuck Norris: Summoned by his Final Smash.
- Large Ham
- Limit Break: American Idol
- Nerf: Received a few:
- Down-B, "EXPLAIN!", doesn't increase in power with the Critic's damage. The damaging flames resulting from this attack last for only 2 seconds, instead of 4.
- In his up-B, "Mako Miracle", Mako only damages an opponent when the Critic lets him go.
- The Chuck Norris Final Smash does only 50% per touch, although Chincherrinas states that it's still broken as hell.
- The Power of Hate: His rage powers his explosion attacks.
- The Rival: To AVGN
- Shock and Awe
- Trigger Happy: His standard B move.
The proud and mighty king of Sparta, out to keep the Persians from conquering his city.
Tommy Wiseau is the writer/director/producer/star of the film, The Room
. His origin is unknown and he's quite odd. Johnny is the name of his character in the film.
A quiet girl who lives all alone. She can transform with the help of Effects from her Dream World
, and had abstract nightmares.
A nerd with a terrible temper. He plays terrible retro video games and then destroys them.
An alternate version of Luigi who lives in Dinosaur World and looks after Yoshi.
Sonic the Hedgehog's arch nemesis, only a sillier version of himself. He floats around in a hover chair.
The most hated internet reviewer of all. Everything he does is an inferior copy of someone else's, or just something that backfires on him. Usually both.
- Affectionate Parody: Of joke characters, maybe. Chincherrinas said this on the moveset video:
"You guys need to stop being so unidimensional and start seeing this in another way: joke characters are awesome. Dan is my main in SFIV
- Amusing Injuries: All over the place.
- Butt Monkey: The man can't even taunt or go through victory animation without something happening to him.
- Boss Subtitles
- Fundamentally Funny Fruit: Bananas fall on him a few times.
- Incredibly Lame Pun: "Somebody call 9-1-1, because I was ROB-bed!"
- Joke Character: Chinchirrinas confirmed that he only made the Irate Gamer a joke character due to his liking towards them.
- Lethal Joke Character: It's hinted that his charged attack where he transforms into a bus, while being laggy and short in reach, it's actually very powerful.
- Limit Break: The Borean
- Power Copying: With a twist. Like Kirby, he copies the standard B move of other characters, but unlike Kirby, he executes them in a very underpowered manner (Ex: AVGN fires F-Bombs that travel straight, while IG shoots a firecracker that travels in a small arc).
- Standard Status Effects: Like with Mama Luigi's Side B, Gamer's Final Smash puts people to sleep (naturally to fill in the Take That nature of his moveset video, the Final Smash is a showing of one of Gamer's videos).
- Weak, but Skilled: In the words of Otacon "He may be a weakling, but he's got a powerful ability that has made him an internet force to be reckoned with".
A perverted and arrogant judge from Paris who is simultaneously religious and Satanic. He's mastered power over fire.
A man from Paris who is very full of himself. In firm belief that he is the best at everything and anything ever, and that all the ladies love him.
. Only instead, the much hammier version of him from Downfallnote
Panty and Stocking
Two unholy angels that reside in Daten City, ridding the city of ghosts.
A loud pitchman who only sells products that he knows for a fact work. In Lawl
, he sees his battles as infomercials.
A pale-skinned hikkikomori that also has creepy dreams. Most of the same tropes of Madotsuki's apply here.
Source: Dream Graffiti
A goofier version of Guile, he uses Sonic Booms to solve his problems, with a variable success rate.
The head of the criminal organization Shadaloo, only a goofier version of himself.
From the game of the same name, Ib got separated from her parents during a visit to the museum and got lost inside a bizarre world in a painting. In Lawl she uses the art from the game as a mean to attack her enemies.
- Art Initiates Life: Her theme is to use paintings as parts of her attacks, though she was not the one to paint them.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: She is summed up as one by Snake and Otacon.
- Boss Subtitles
- Creepy Child
- Limit Break: Treasure Hunt
- Made of Explodium: Vandalism causes the paintings to explode.
- Nerf: As stated in her moveset description:
"Paintings naturally absorb projectiles (but when that pic absorbs, 1 sec cool-down before absorbing again). Pressing A on a pic will enable player absorption, but if pic is not in any sort of cool-down. The absorption of a player will cause that player to be ejected from one of the other two paintings, 3 sec. before pic can absorb anything. The absorption of a player will also remove effect from that pic, wait 1 sec. before the other 2 pics can be selected to absorb players, 3 sec. for previous pic."
- Portal Picture: Fisherman
- Red Eyes
- Security Cling: In one of her winning poses she clings unto Garry.
- The Voiceless
- Timed Mission / Luck-Based Mission: Her final smash can be canceled if one of the enemies can open the correct doll before the creature leaves the painting.
A father from Texas, he's here to beat up his opponents with Propane and Propane accessories, I tell you what.
Scanty & Kneesocks
Two demons, enemies of Panty and Stocking, they are forever enforcing the RURUS.
The famous actor, incarnating his most insane roles, particularly the ones in The Wicker Man
There would be a description here, but he...really doesn't have the time right now. He is a rather..odd version of Hercules from a particularly So Bad, It's Good
Hercules animated film.
A mexican ufologist who hosts TV shows in which the presents tapes that point to possible alien activities.
Source: Tercer Milenio
- Assist Character: Aided by various different UFOs in his moves.
- Badass Boast: "Si esto todavía no lo ha asustado, creame que ahorita si le va a dar miedo, ¿eh?" (If this hasn't scared you yet, believe me now you'll be scared, eh?)
- Badass in a Nice Suit
- Bilingual Bonus: All his voice clips are in Spanish.
- Boss Subtitles
- Colony Drop: His final smash has a meteor falling to earth and a UFO to escape. The enemies have 3 seconds to board Maussan's UFO and prevent being annihilated... except one of them, because there's not enough room for everyone.
- Limit Break: La Caida de un Meteorito
- Our Wormholes Are Different: He can summon dimensional portals to move enemies, projectiles or himself across small distances.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Haruhi. As seen in the Subspace Emissary, they bicker about aliens at some points.
A very lazy man who takes on any odd job he can to pay his perpetual debt of 14-months of rent. Being the victim of so much slapstick has prepared him for the Lawl warriors.
Toon Dr. Wily
The main villain of the Mega Man series, only the hammier animated version.
- Boss Subtitles
- Colony Drop: His Final Smash, see below.
- Cool Chair: He almost never leaves his Wily Capsule.
- Dishing Out Dirt: His down B and his Final Smash.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Exploited. Wily's neutral B allows him to control traps and use them against their summoners (Ex: if Wily controls The King's wine puddles of The King's down B, he can trip any opponent with a fierce toss or relocate them on the map).
- Large Ham: And how.
- Limit Break: "THE MOOON OUT OF IT'S OOOAAARBIT."
- Mad Scientist, with an emphasis on mad.
- Making a Splash
- Shock and Awe: His up B, the Dream Machine, can fire lasers and conduct electricity, while serving as a recovery move.
- Troll: His ability to remove traps and control players earns him this title.
A socially-odd high school student who's obsessed with the supernatural.
A dim-witted male fashion model. He is portrayed by Ben Stiller
- Car Fu: His Final Smash. The end of it results in the car crashing into a Starbucks and blowing it up.
- Hidden Depths: While his character is very dim-witted, his battle strategy involves a hidden power build-up called fashion, which powers his Smash attacks and most of his Special Moves.
- Light 'em Up: His down B.
- Limit Break: Orange Mocha Frappuccino
- Mythology Gag: Zoolander can't turn left in-battle.
- Only Six Faces: His taunts, where he shows off his "looks".
The strong yet dimwitted son of Zeus who seeks to fight in the tournament to ail his boredom. Portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger
in the obscure 1960's film Hercules in New York
A young girl who is the daughter of her mad scientist father, Alfred Drevis.
An egotistical ghost hunter who hates other paranormal investigators who can find good evidence or have rivaling egos. He despises that charlatan Jaime Maussan.
The famous musician that's known for writing parodies of popular songs.
- Bus Fu: Subverted—his down B summons a bus, but it doesn't damage anyone while approaching to Al. Instead, it traps opponents inside while Al plays his accordion to unleash the bus's atmosphere, damaging them.
- And played straight, for Dr. Wily; if he uses his neutral B on the bus, he can move the bus a short distance, damaging anyone in its path.
- Limit Break: Let's Get Ready to Rambo!
- Made of Explodium: His arrows in his neutral B, and his Final Smash involves creating explosions with his machine gun.
- Schmuck Bait: His side B, Eat It, drops food for opponents to eat. While the food heals opponents, it will make them slower and heavier as well. It also reduces their attack power and knockback dealt to Al.
- Stuff Blowing Up: A lot in his Final Smash.
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The head of the Daily Bugle, he has a foul temper around his employees. His dislike of Spider-Man led him to launch smear campaigns against the hero.
Many of Snake's Smash Bros. tropes are