Smash Bros. Lawl is a parody of Super Smash Bros., featuring many Youtube Poop and miscellaneous characters. It was created by chincherrinas on Youtube. The videos are usually a given character's moves and abilities, a "playthrough" of the Subspace Emissary story mode, or occasional miscellaneous videos about other features.He is also the creator of The Frollo Show.
Because of the limitations of the "select a character" screen, the screen was split into two different screens.
The Bad Guy Wins: If you pick a villainous character and win Classic Mode, the wish they get from Chuck Norris and something bad will happen, if the video of Meen's run through Classic Mode is any indication.
Big "WHAT?!": The Nostalgia Critic lets one out when he sees Tommy Wiseau for the first time.
The reason Yoshi was sleeping in the real Subspace Emissary? Mama Luigi told him a bedtime story.
Detectives Follow Footprints: The point of the Bicycle Tracks stage in Subspace Emissary is that Nostalgia Critic, Madotsuki, and Tommy Wiseau are following tracks left by the Irate Gamer, to track him down.
Defictionalization: A fangame is in the works based on the series.
Doomed Hometown: The homes of Harkinian, AVGN, Tommy Wiseau, Madotsuki, and Leonidas are all destroyed in their introductory levels.
Dual Boss: On the Bicycle Tracks, Tommy is face to face with False Nostalgia Critic and Madotsuki.
In Final Forest, The King and Leonidas must both fight Frollo and Gaston.
Early-Bird Cameo: King Leonidas was revealed on the character menu before he first appeared for real. Gaston foreshadowed his appearance in Subspace Emissary before his proper introduction. Yomika was also first seen in Madotsuki's Classic Mode run, then her moveset was uploaded later on.
Multiple times in a character's moveset video, a future character is shown, especially earlier on.
Enemy Mine: The King and IM Meen team up and eventually upgrade to Vitriolic Best Buds. Later, Nostalgia Critic and Tommy Wiseau team up after fighting and stick together.
Foreshadowing: Madotsuki dreams about her eventual battle with Big Red.
Framing Device: Mama Luigi's moveset is just a bedtime story that he's telling to Yoshi.
Good All Along: It is implied that Gaston (and by extension, Frollo) is this. He is seen using a Dark Cannon. But in his Early-Bird Cameo, it's dropped at his feet, meaning it wasn't his. He and Frollo also have King Dedede's special pins on their trophy forms. He also kept Coconuts from firing a Dark Cannon at Meen.
Rashomon Style: To the original Subspace Emissary, this time showing the point of view of the characters who were "left out". The presence of the Halberd in Hyrule is the first sign, but it becomes even more apparent starting in Sparta, where characters are shown being a secret part of what is already known of the story.
Recurring Riff: A lot of the stage music for each stage is just remixes of the same song.
The Announcer: Keeping with the Super Smash Bros. tradition of course, it uses this trope. Originally, sentence mixing with Pat Cashman's voice was done, but after the post-stage overhaul, he was supposivelt Killed Off for Real and replaced with unlockable announcers. The first being Morgan Freeman.
The Rival: Many characters present act as this for one another. A character's specific rival is typically the penultimate battle in a Classic Mode run.
Unexpected Gameplay Change: Sometimes throughout the story, instead of standard Smash battles or boss fights, the game shifts to Stamina mode.
Unique Enemy: So far, the ??? stage is the only place that Masada Wiseau appears. It's simply a version of Tommy Wiseau colored to resemble Seccom Masada Sensei, but it's unique in that he has a different name in the damage meter.