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The series is in Japanese only, but features English subtitles for the convenience of Western viewers. You can watch it on YouTube [[https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwDQ4k5-OPUSb5HP1W03V4m_2nV-gasU6 here]].

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The series is in Japanese only, but features English subtitles for the convenience of Western viewers. You can watch it on YouTube Website/YouTube [[https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwDQ4k5-OPUSb5HP1W03V4m_2nV-gasU6 here]].


* ATruceWhileWeGawk: In Episode 7, the match with Sonic literally pauses in its tracks so the fairy and Sonic can watch [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Eggman doing a funny laugh-and-dance in the background]].

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* ATruceWhileWeGawk: In Episode 7, the match with Sonic literally pauses in its tracks so the fairy Sherry and Sonic can watch [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Eggman doing a funny laugh-and-dance passing by in the background]].


''VideoGame/PanelDePon X [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Smash Bros. Great Fray]]'' is a series of web videos created by [[https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCh-GplrhH_60BahQ2uV4HRw WAリでし channelWD]] depicting Lip from ''Panel de Pon'' chasing [[VideoGame/PaperMario64 General Guy]] across various video game universes depicted in ''Super Smash Bros.'' to recover [[MacGuffin the valuable Light Jewel]] that he stole. Along the way, she ends up picking fights with (and [[DefeatMeansFriendship subsequently befriending]]) the various colorful characters of ''Super Smash Bros.''

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''VideoGame/PanelDePon X [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Smash Bros. Great Fray]]'' is a series of web videos created by [[https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCh-GplrhH_60BahQ2uV4HRw WAリでし channelWD]] depicting Lip from ''Panel de Pon'' chasing [[VideoGame/PaperMario64 General Guy]] across various video game universes depicted in ''Super Smash Bros.'' to recover [[MacGuffin the valuable Light Jewel]] that he stole.stole from her. Along the way, she ends up picking fights with (and [[DefeatMeansFriendship subsequently befriending]]) the various colorful characters of ''Super Smash Bros.''



* [[BigBadDuumvirate Big Bad Triuumvirate]]: Bowser, Ganondorf, and Thanatos are the main villains of the narrative, scheming to rule the world together with the Light Jewel.



* CouchGag: The title card for each episode changes to reflect the characters that Lip will face.



* TheHeavy: General Guy's theft of the Light Jewel is the impetus for the adventure, but he's not truly the main villain — [[BigBad that role]] is taken by the VillainTeamUp of Bowser, Ganondorf, and Thanatos. GeneralGuy does count as TheDragon, since he’s taking the Light Jewel to Bowser.

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* TheHeavy: General Guy's theft of the Light Jewel is the impetus for the adventure, but he's not truly the main villain — [[BigBad that role]] is taken by the VillainTeamUp of Bowser, Ganondorf, and Thanatos. GeneralGuy General Guy does count as TheDragon, since he’s taking the Light Jewel to Bowser.



* MacGuffin: The Light Jewel, a magical gemstone entrusted to Lip by her mother, Cordelia. According to Cordelia, Light Jewel protects the stability of the world, and disaster would ensue if someone with wicked intentions got their hands on it. So, naturally, when [[TheHeavy General Guy]] and his army steal the Light Jewel with the intention of delivering it to Bowser in exchange for a new tank, Lip has to chase after them to retrieve it. Shortly after the SternChase begins, Wario joins in with the intention of selling the Light Jewel to the highest bidder, meaning that the same object is valued by several different parties for several different reasons.
* {{Misblamed}}[=/=]FrameUp: Over half of the fights Lip gets into are the result of her encountering a character ''just'' as they discover the damage General Guy's antics have caused to something they treasured, and subsequently being blamed for the disaster.
* PintsizedPowerhouse: The "little" aspect of Little Mac is ''grossly'' exaggerated when he appears in Episode 6, to the point where an arrow needs to point to where he is so the audience can see him. Despite being ant-sized for whatever reason, Little Mac is just as strong here as he is in ''Smash Bros.'' proper, sending General Guy [[ATwinkleInTheSky soaring into the sky]] with a single punch and being the only character so far to actually defeat one of the fairies.

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* MacGuffin: The Light Jewel, a magical gemstone entrusted to Lip by her mother, Cordelia. According to Cordelia, the Light Jewel protects the stability of the world, and disaster would ensue if someone with wicked intentions got their hands on it. So, naturally, when [[TheHeavy General Guy]] and his army steal the Light Jewel with the intention of delivering it to Bowser in exchange for a new tank, Lip has to chase after them to retrieve it. Shortly after the SternChase begins, Wario joins in with the intention of selling the Light Jewel to the highest bidder, meaning that the same object is valued by several different parties for several different reasons.
* {{Misblamed}}[=/=]FrameUp: Over half of the fights Lip gets into are the result of her encountering a character ''just'' as they discover the damage General Guy's antics have caused to something they treasured, and subsequently being blamed for the disaster.
disaster. Hilariously, General Guy never goes out of his way to pin his crimes on Lip, as he doesn’t seem to realize that she's chasing him; he just leaves before being spotted and Lip just happens to stumble upon the scene of the crime right after the character General Guy wronged, causing them to assume Lip to be responsible or take their anger out on her.
* PintsizedPowerhouse: The "little" aspect of Little Mac is ''grossly'' exaggerated ''[[{{Flanderization}} grossly]]'' [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] when he appears in Episode 6, to the point where an arrow needs to point to where he is hover over him at all times so the audience can see him.tell where he is. Despite being ant-sized for whatever reason, Little Mac is just as strong here as he is in ''Smash Bros.'' proper, sending General Guy [[ATwinkleInTheSky soaring into the sky]] with a single punch and being the only character so far to actually defeat one of the fairies.fairies in a ''Panel de Pon'' match. (This doesn't save him from being SquashedFlat by Wii Fit Trainer stepping on him, though...)



* RealAllAlong: This is the implication of [[spoiler:Thanatos being part of the VillainTeamUp]], considering that [[spoiler:he was just an illusion in ''Panel de Pon'' proper]]...

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* RealAllAlong: RealAfterAll: This is the implication of [[spoiler:Thanatos being part of the VillainTeamUp]], [[BigBadDuumvirate Big Bad Triuumvirate]]]], considering that [[spoiler:he was just an illusion [[SecretTestOfCharacter meant to test Lip]] in ''Panel de Pon'' proper]]...



* SternChase: The whole premise is Lip pursuing General Guy to recover the Light Jewel after he steals it. She's never that far behind him, but keeps having to stop to deal with the messes General Guy makes. Meanwhile, Wario is chasing after Lip in the hopes of intercepting General Guy and taking the Light Jewel for himself, but has remained two or three stops behind Lip for the entire series except for Episodes 3, 6, and 8[[note]]in Episode 3, Wario appears in Bowser's Castle to interrupt the scheming of the main villains with a random intrusion; in Episode 6, he successfully cuts ahead of Lip and prepares an ambush, but gets completely distracted while waiting for her to show up and [[FailsASpotCheck fails to take action when she arrives at his location]]; and in Episode 8, Wario doesn't show up at all[[/note]].
* StickyFingers: General Guy has stolen a ''lot'' of things over the course of the series. In addition to the Light Jewel, he’s stolen DK's bananas, Fox's Arwing, Captain Falcon's Blue Falcon, [[GoneSwimmingClothesStolen Shulk's pants]] (and considered stealing the Monado to use as a hood ornament), Snake's box, and Pac-Man's Power Pellets. Naturally, Lip gets blamed for most of the thefts[[note]]Snake instead mistakes her for an accomplice of General Guy and demands that she pay restitution for the failed mission[[/note]].

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* SternChase: The whole premise is Lip pursuing General Guy to recover the Light Jewel after he steals it. She's never that far behind him, but keeps having to stop to deal with the messes General Guy makes. Meanwhile, Wario is chasing after Lip in the hopes of intercepting General Guy and taking the Light Jewel for himself, but has remained two or three stops behind Lip for the entire series except for Episodes 3, 6, and 8[[note]]in Episode 3, Wario appears in Bowser's Castle to interrupt the scheming of the main villains with a random intrusion; in Episode 6, he successfully cuts ahead of Lip and prepares an ambush, but gets completely distracted while waiting for her to show up and [[FailsASpotCheck [[FailedASpotCheck fails to take action when she arrives at his location]]; and in Episode 8, Wario doesn't show up at all[[/note]].
* StickyFingers: General Guy has stolen a ''lot'' of things over the course of the series. In addition to the Light Jewel, he’s stolen DK's bananas, Fox's Arwing, Captain Falcon's Blue Falcon, [[GoneSwimmingClothesStolen Shulk's pants]] (and considered stealing the Monado to use as a hood ornament), Snake's box, and Pac-Man's Power Pellets. Naturally, Lip gets blamed for most of the thefts[[note]]Snake instead mistakes her for an accomplice of General Guy and demands that she pay restitution for the failed mission[[/note]].mission[[/note]], forcing her to fight the aggrieved party to continue her pursuit.

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* AttentionWhore: Marth, in spades. Apparently WAリでし channelWD is a fan of the AlternateCharacterInterpretation from ''WebComic/AwkwardZombie''.


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* StickyFingers: General Guy has stolen a ''lot'' of things over the course of the series. In addition to the Light Jewel, he’s stolen DK's bananas, Fox's Arwing, Captain Falcon's Blue Falcon, [[GoneSwimmingClothesStolen Shulk's pants]] (and considered stealing the Monado to use as a hood ornament), Snake's box, and Pac-Man's Power Pellets. Naturally, Lip gets blamed for most of the thefts[[note]]Snake instead mistakes her for an accomplice of General Guy and demands that she pay restitution for the failed mission[[/note]].


* AccidentalMisnaming: Episode 8's lineup of opponents is Mega Man, Pac-Man, and Duck Hunt. This leads to Lip failing to realize that TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and referring to Duck Hunt as "Duck Man", causing Duck Hunt to frantically attempt to correct her as the scene closes out. (So far, it looks like this is a one-time thing rather than a RunningGag.)



* TheHeavy: General Guy's theft of the Light Jewel is the impetus for the adventure, but he's not truly the main villain — that role is taken by the VillainTeamUp of Bowser, Ganondorf, and Thanatos.
* IAmNotPaul: Episode 8's lineup of opponents is Mega Man, Pac-Man, and Duck Hunt. This leads to Lip failing to realize that TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and referring to Duck Hunt as "Duck Man", causing Duck Hunt to frantically attempt to correct her as the scene closes out.

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* TheHeavy: General Guy's theft of the Light Jewel is the impetus for the adventure, but he's not truly the main villain — [[BigBad that role role]] is taken by the VillainTeamUp of Bowser, Ganondorf, and Thanatos.
* IAmNotPaul: Episode 8's lineup of opponents is Mega Man, Pac-Man, and Duck Hunt. This leads to Lip failing to realize that TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and referring to Duck Hunt
Thanatos. GeneralGuy does count as "Duck Man", causing Duck Hunt to frantically attempt to correct her as TheDragon, since he’s taking the scene closes out.Light Jewel to Bowser.


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* LostInTranslation: Wario delivers a monologue at the end of most of the episodes, and several of these monologues veer wildly off-topic. While these tangents are most likely wordplay for wordplay's sake in the original Japanese script (confirmation needed), [[BlindIdiotTranslation the nature of the translation]] for the English subtitles renders any cleverness in Wario's choice of words a moot point (assuming that the puns could be translated at all), making it look more like Wario is interrupting his own monologues for the sake of [[IceCreamKoan off-kilter philosophy]].
* MacGuffin: The Light Jewel, a magical gemstone entrusted to Lip by her mother, Cordelia. According to Cordelia, Light Jewel protects the stability of the world, and disaster would ensue if someone with wicked intentions got their hands on it. So, naturally, when [[TheHeavy General Guy]] and his army steal the Light Jewel with the intention of delivering it to Bowser in exchange for a new tank, Lip has to chase after them to retrieve it. Shortly after the SternChase begins, Wario joins in with the intention of selling the Light Jewel to the highest bidder, meaning that the same object is valued by several different parties for several different reasons.


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* {{Retraux}}: The match with R.O.B. in Episode 5 uses 8-bit graphics as a sort of CouchGag.
* RealAllAlong: This is the implication of [[spoiler:Thanatos being part of the VillainTeamUp]], considering that [[spoiler:he was just an illusion in ''Panel de Pon'' proper]]...
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The subtitles consistently refer to Thanatos as "Sanatos".


* CompositeCharacter: For some odd reason, Falco gets this treatment with the duck of Duck Hunt.



* IAmNotPaul: Episode 8's lineup of opponents is Mega Man, Pac-Man, and Duck Hunt. This leads to Lip failing to realize that TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and referring to Duck Hunt as "Duck Man", causing Duck Hunt to frantically attempt to correct her as the scene closes out.



* PottyEmergency: Lip and Ness end up having one at the same time in Episode 4, leading them to fight over the nearest closet.
* SternChase: The whole premise is Lip pursuing General Guy to recover the Light Jewel. She's never that far behind him, but keeps having to stop to deal with the messes General Guy makes.

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* PintsizedPowerhouse: The "little" aspect of Little Mac is ''grossly'' exaggerated when he appears in Episode 6, to the point where an arrow needs to point to where he is so the audience can see him. Despite being ant-sized for whatever reason, Little Mac is just as strong here as he is in ''Smash Bros.'' proper, sending General Guy [[ATwinkleInTheSky soaring into the sky]] with a single punch and being the only character so far to actually defeat one of the fairies.
* PottyEmergency: Lip and Ness end up having one at the same time in Episode 4, leading them to fight over the nearest closet.
bathroom.
* SternChase: The whole premise is Lip pursuing General Guy to recover the Light Jewel.Jewel after he steals it. She's never that far behind him, but keeps having to stop to deal with the messes General Guy makes. Meanwhile, Wario is chasing after Lip in the hopes of intercepting General Guy and taking the Light Jewel for himself, but has remained two or three stops behind Lip for the entire series except for Episodes 3, 6, and 8[[note]]in Episode 3, Wario appears in Bowser's Castle to interrupt the scheming of the main villains with a random intrusion; in Episode 6, he successfully cuts ahead of Lip and prepares an ambush, but gets completely distracted while waiting for her to show up and [[FailsASpotCheck fails to take action when she arrives at his location]]; and in Episode 8, Wario doesn't show up at all[[/note]].


* ATruceWhileWeGawk: In Episode 7, the match with Sonic literally pauses in its tracks so the fairy and Sonic can watch [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Eggman doing a funny laugh-and-dance in the background]].



* GetOut: While he doesn't say a word, the DiscretionShot (and subsequent SweatDrop on Roy, Kirby, and Meta Knight) makes Mr. Game & Watch's reaction to Wario and Kumatora making a scene in his diner in Episode 6 ''painfully'' clear.
* GoneSwimmingClothesStolen: In Episode 7, General Guy steals Shulk's pants, leaving him [[NakedPeopleAreFunny to wander around Delfino Plaza in the buff]] (and Lip to freak out over his [[GagPenis "elephant paon"]]).



* {{Misblamed}}/FrameUp: Over half of the fights Lip gets into are the result of her encountering a character ''just'' as they discover the damage General Guy's antics have caused to something they treasured, and subsequently being blamed for the disaster.

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* {{Misblamed}}/FrameUp: LostFoodGrievance: This is the reason why both DK and Pac-Man pick a fight with Lip.
* {{Misblamed}}[=/=]FrameUp:
Over half of the fights Lip gets into are the result of her encountering a character ''just'' as they discover the damage General Guy's antics have caused to something they treasured, and subsequently being blamed for the disaster.disaster.
* PottyEmergency: Lip and Ness end up having one at the same time in Episode 4, leading them to fight over the nearest closet.
* SternChase: The whole premise is Lip pursuing General Guy to recover the Light Jewel. She's never that far behind him, but keeps having to stop to deal with the messes General Guy makes.
* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The match with Pac-Man ends up being a quiz show, of all things.
* WomanScorned[=/=]ClingyJealousGirl: Let's just say that Nana is ''not'' pleased with Lip flirting with Popo in Episode 4.

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* LateArrivalSpoiler: Cordelia’s presence in the intro completely spoils the ending of the original ''Panel de Pon'' — her existence and relationship to Lip were among that game's biggest twists.

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''VideoGame/PanelDePon X [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Smash Bros. Great Fray]]'' is a series of web videos created by [[https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCh-GplrhH_60BahQ2uV4HRw WAリでし channelWD]] depicting Lip from ''Panel de Pon'' chasing [[VideoGame/PaperMario64 General Guy]] across various video game universes depicted in ''Super Smash Bros.'' to recover [[MacGuffin the valuable Light Jewel]] that he stole. Along the way, she ends up picking fights with (and [[DefeatMeansFriendship subsequently befriending]]) the various colorful characters of ''Super Smash Bros.''

The series is in Japanese only, but features English subtitles for the convenience of Western viewers. You can watch it on YouTube [[https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwDQ4k5-OPUSb5HP1W03V4m_2nV-gasU6 here]].

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!!The following Tropes are featured in ''Panel de Pon X Smash Bros. Great Fray'':

* BlindIdiotTranslation: The aforementioned English subtitles are of... dubious quality — as in "clearly run directly through Google Translate" quality. This results in such things as "Shut up!" being consistently translated as "Noisy!", the wordplay in Wario's monologues being LostInTranslation whenever he doesn't [[DontExplainTheJoke explicitly spell it out]], and a whole lot of sentences making no grammatical sense. Thankfully, the script manages to be legible enough for non-bilingual viewers to figure out what's going on.
* DrivesLikeCrazy: General Guy ends up wrecking both Fox's Arwing and Captain Falcon's Blue Falcon by trying to cram his entire army into them and then driving or flying directly into a solid wall. Naturally, Lip ends up getting blamed for both incidents.
* TheHeavy: General Guy's theft of the Light Jewel is the impetus for the adventure, but he's not truly the main villain — that role is taken by the VillainTeamUp of Bowser, Ganondorf, and Thanatos.
* {{Misblamed}}/FrameUp: Over half of the fights Lip gets into are the result of her encountering a character ''just'' as they discover the damage General Guy's antics have caused to something they treasured, and subsequently being blamed for the disaster.

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