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    Ittle Dew 
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Having looted every island in sight, Ittle continues her search for adventure in Slap City. Though proficient in solving puzzles with her fists, she's equally good at solving people.

The protagonist of Ittle Dew. Moveset


  • Badass Adorable: She is a cute girl, but she is an adventurer who can use many weapons and tools.
  • Carry a Big Stick: Most of her regular attacks have her use her stick as a weapon.
  • Cartoon Bomb: Her side special move.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: She never wears shoes.
  • Fireballs: She can shoot fire projectiles her wand in her neutral special move. The button can be held for the fireball to deal multiple hits.
  • Flaming Sword: She uses the fire sword in her neutral strong attack. It can't ignite enemies on fire, though.
  • Ground Pound: Her down special attack does this. If you used this move from high position, this attack will deal even more damage.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Her Aerial Strong has her use a raft, and her Down Throw has her hit the opponent with a paddle. Her Up Smash also has her use a chest.
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: She has average attack power, speed, and some projectile attacks. She is also good at making combos with aerial attacks.
  • Japanese Delinquents: She becomes this in her alternate costume.
  • Kid Hero: She is rather violent one, though.
  • Meteor Move: Her down aerial and aerial strong.
  • Multi-Melee Master: She uses many weapons in her attacks: A stick, the fire sword, the ice ring, a raft and its paddle, and more.
  • Never Mess with Granny: One of her skins turns her an old woman with an eye patch.
  • Short-Range Long-Range Weapon: She can use her Neutral Special to hit enemies in melee range, despite it shooting a low-damage fireball.
  • Stomach of Holding: Her Down Strong is a stick of dynamite, which she apparently pulls out of her mouth, already lit and everything.
  • Teleportation: Uses her portal wand to teleport in her Up Special.
  • Tomboy: She doesn't show girly traits much. She only cares about adventures, treasures, and beating enemies up with her mighty wooden stick.

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    Masked Ruby 
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The mysterious Masked Ruby traveled to Slap City to attain the fame and fortune he clearly deserves. Unfortunately, he's quite forgettable.

He is a crystal, but he is also a swordsman.

He was one of bosses from Ittle Dew. Moveset

Magic Crystal, a minor NPC from Ittle Dew 2, appears as his second skin.


  • Close-Range Combatant: He is a swordsman, so he doesn't have any projectile attack.
  • Combos: He is very good at juggle his opponents through the air thanks to his quick attacks and speed.
  • Cool Hat: He even incorporates it in his Up Special.
  • Dash Attack: His Side Special has him dash forwards, resetting his vertical momentum once per jump.
  • Double Jump: He can do a triple jump while other characters can only do double jump.
  • Expy: He is an obvious parody of Zorro.
  • Fragile Speedster: He can attack very quickly, and he can perform a triple jump, but he is one of the lightest characters.
  • Lag Cancel: If he hits an enemy with any of his aerial attacks, he can immediately do one of his specials, cancelling the end lag from the attack.
  • Living Polyhedron: He is a living octahedron.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: One of his Palette Swaps changes him into evil-looking one, and his eyes become red.
  • Slice-and-Dice Swordsmanship: He uses a rapier, but he has plenty of slashing and hacking moves.
  • Smug Smiler: He usually employs this.
  • Spin Attack: His Neutral Special. He can do this many times in succession.
  • Something About a Rose: He has a rose in his mouth.
  • Zorro Mark: He can spell a letter "R" with his word in his aerial strong.

    Jenny Fox 
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Jenny Fox went on a vacation to Slap City as part of her anger management. It seems to be working, as she manages to be angry all the time.

Jenny Fox is perpetually angry. She incorporates dual axes in her attacks.

She was one of mooks from Ittle Dew. Moveset

Jenny Cat, a type of Jenny introduced in Card City Nights, appears as Jenny Fox's second skin.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: She is a Jenny, so she has purple skin like other Jennies.
  • An Axe to Grind: She wields two axes at once. She is also capable of throwing them.
  • Battle Boomerang: Her axes become boomerangs in her alternate skin. Regardless of skin, her side special has her throw her axes like one.
  • Cat Smile: Her alternate skin changes her to Jenny Cat. She has a perpetual cat smile.
  • Embarrassing Animal Suit: She wears it, and she doesn't like it.
  • Flaming Sword: More like flaming axe, but if you charge her Up Strong for long enough, it will be set on fire, increasing its power and range.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: She is always angry for some unknown reasons.
  • Implausible Boarding Skills: She can use skate board to make her jump very high. She can also ride it properly with her Down Tilt, and even ride indefinitely if the clutch button is held.
  • Meteor Move: She can send enemies into the pit by using skateboard in her Aerial Down attack.
  • Mighty Glacier: She and her attacks tend to be slower than other characters, but she hits harder than them.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes are red and she is always angry and unstable.
  • Spin Attack: Her down special.
  • Tail Slap: She does this in her neutral aerial attack. This attack has low damage but it's fast.
  • Throwing Your Sword Always Works: Has three moves related to throwing her axes: Her Neutral Special has her throw one in an arc, Side Special has her throw it like a boomerang, and Up Strong has her throw it high in the air.

    Ultra Fishbunjin 3000 
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What? No, hold up. Are you kidding me? This can't be legal.

He is a Fishbun who underwent intense training, earning him a magnificent physique.

He was Bonus Boss of Ittle Dew. Moveset

Ultra Mechabun, also a Bonus Boss, but from Ittle Dew 2, appears as his third skin.


    Princess Remedy 
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The healing princess of Saturn arrives in Slap City to heal the sick and knock some sense into the rest!

The protagonist of Princess Remedy In a World of Hurt. Moveset

A younger version of Queen Amelia, dubbed Princess Amelia, appears as her third skin.


    Business Casual Man 
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Every day is business casual day. Buy? Sell? Why not take a vacation instead?

A side character from several of Ludosity's games that looks like a sausage (more and more so which each incarnation), and conducts business in an obliviously destructive fashion.

He appeared in several Ludosity games, like Card City Nights and Ittle Dew 2. Moveset.


  • Bilingual Bonus: He shows a kanji (売) on his back during his Victory screen. This kanji says "sell"
  • The Chew Toy: In Story Mode, he's the only character who is fightable in everyone else's timelines, with unique defeated portraits for each. Considering what he does in his own timeline, it's not undeserved.
  • Close-Range Combatant: He needs to be close to his opponents because he doesn't have usual projectile attacks.
  • Critical Hit Class: Some of his attacks will turn to killing blows when he has enough money.
  • Death Dealer: When he has maximum amount of money (1000$), he can spend it all to release a wave of cards like Solitaire. These cards usually KO enemies instantly.
  • Eyes Always Shut: He never opens his eyes.
  • Fighting Clown: Most his moves are funny, weird, or both.
  • Man Bites Man: He bites his opponent, then throws them in his Side Special. He is also able to bite a grabbed opponent, and he extracts money from them.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: He can earn money from attacking opponents with some of his attacks, and money can be used to buff his attacks or cancel some of his special attacks.
  • Perpetual Smiler: He is always smiling regardless of the situation he is in.
  • Practical Taunt: Using his taunt will give him some money.
  • Reality Warper: His scams are somehow powerful enough to have this effect.
    Business Casual Man: The unwillingness of insurance companies to pay me for damages is so strong that it bends reality in my favor. I'm so well insured that I'm practically indestructible!
  • Rubber Man: He can extend his body or limbs for attacking.
  • Techno Babble: He says many business buzzwords in his taunt.
    Business Casual Man: Motivational downsizing!
    Business Casual Man: Leveraging adaptability!
  • Villain Protagonist: In his Story Mode. You know things are dire when this is the only time Major Kiwi is portrayed sympathetically.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: He only wears suspenders and pants with a necktie.
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    The Goddess of Explosions 
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You know what this game needs? More explosions.

The mother of Princess Pitch. Moveset


    Asha 
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A lightning-fast Assassin in the Komato Imperial Army, Asha was quite literally bred for battle.

An assassin of the Komato Empire.

He was one of bosses from Iji. Landed in Slap City after a teleporter accident. Moveset

Ansaskie, another relatively major character from Iji, appears as his second skin.


  • Butt-Monkey: He just can't catch a break in his Story Mode, being mistreated by everyone, even by his fellow Komato.
  • The Comically Serious: He is always serious unlike the rest of characters. You can see his attitude from his victory quotes.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: At the end of his Story Mode, he finds out that many of his Komato Army colleagues really dislike him, and agreed to launch the Alpha Strike on Slap City just to get rid of him.
  • Fragile Speedster: He can move very quickly by using his teleportation ability, but he is the lightest character in the game.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: His up strong attack releases a massive Plasma Cannon beam upwards.
  • Handicapped Badass: He has only one arm, yet he can fight like other fighters.
  • Laser Blade: He has red-colored one.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Unlike other characters, he has only one special move, Teleport. And doing it consumes a teleport charge. He can recharge teleport charges faster by hitting enemies, or receiving attacks from them.
  • Practical Taunt: He stabs the ground with his sword in his taunt. This taunt is a Meteor Move.
  • Reverse Grip: Like all assassins, he holds his blade this way.
  • Teleport Spam: This is his signature ability.
  • Trap Master: To an extent. His Down Strong has him lay down an electrical mine.

    Frallan 

Princess Remedy's classmate and former girlfriend.

Nuna, another classmate first introduced in Princess Remedy in a Heap of Trouble, appears as her second skin.


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