The fighters of Super Smash Bros. Lawl, as well as others who appear.
Note: Spoilers here are for the characters' original source material.
I. M. MeenIM MEEN MAKES THEM CRY!
An evil wizard who hates goody-goody bookworms and can trap people in books.
- Source: I. M. Meen
- Battle Intro: Appears out of a blooming explosion.
- Card-Carrying Villain: He's an openly sadistic child hater.
- Child Hater: And it's implied that he's just as willing to molest them as well.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: His side special, Meen Speen.
- Evil Sorcerer: He's a magician who trap people in his book.
- Jerkass: He locks people up in cells for all eternity because they study.
- Large Ham"I, am the most POWERFUL, magician in the wooorrrlldd!"
- Lean and Mean: He's tall and thin, with fairly spindly limbs.
- Lightning Bruiser: He's the fastest character, and he's able to pepper attacks on opponents easily.
- Limit Break: "The Magic Labyrinth of I.M. Meen": I.M. Meen throws his book forward, which absorbs anyone it hits. The book can then be picked up and thrown to KO anyone stuck inside.
- Made of Explodium: His book, if you fail to absorb anyone with it.
- Meeningful Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Who else?
- Memetic Molester: He's accused of being a pedophile multiple times in-universe (But much more early on).
- Only Known by Initials: I(gnatius).M(ortimer). Meen.
- Portal Book: His final smash if executed successfully.
- Rhymes on a Dime: Loves rhyming in his Classic Mode Quotes.
- The Rival / Vitriolic Best Buds: To King Harkinian.
- Spin Attack: Meen Speen.
- Shock and Awe: His Up B and ome of his A moves.
- Shout-Out: Two of his palette swaps are references to Dr. Wily and Mr. Clipboard.
- Throw the Book at Them: Attack with his book for his Forward Smash, Neutral Aerial and Final Smash.
King HarkinianTHE KING TAKES THE TRIFORCE OF COURAGE!
The king of Hyrule. He's not afraid to throw his weight around. Dinner is his favorite meal of the day.
- A Glass of Chianti: Always has one with him.
- Abnormal Ammo: He shoots burgers from the Dinner Blaster.
- Acrofatic: More hefty than obese, but still able to fight well despite his size.
- Assist Character: Gwonam appears as part of his Up-B, and Fari appears for his grab and some throws.
- Badass Beard
- Battle Intro: Gets dropped off by his ship.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Specifically when he uses his final smash.
- BFG: His Dinner Blaster.
- Dynamic Entry: Either of his two entrance options.
- Edible Ammunition: Dinner Throw and Dinner Blaster.
- Everyone Calls Him The King: He is never called Harkinian.
- Improbable Weapon User: His goblet, wine from said goblet and dinners.
- Limit Break: "Dinner Blaster". The King brings out the aforementioned Dinner Blaster, then shoots a bunch of burgers and finish with a giant one.
- Magic Carpet: Used in his up special when summoning Gwonam.
- The Pratfall: His down special, Slippery Spill, drops wine puddles that causes anyone touching them to slip.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: His royalty is questionable, but he's willing to go into battle.
- The Rival / Vitriolic Best Buds: To IM Meen.
- Stone Wall: Has the second-slowest walk speed of the characters, though his ability to play keep-away makes him survive longer on the battlefield.
A man who spends his time recapping bad movies of recent decades to show that the 80's and 90's weren't perfect.
- Character Division: Celebrity
- Angst Nuke: Nostalgia Critics Down B, when fully charged.
- Battle Intro: The Critic, already on the stage, says "Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic."
- Call on Me: The catchphrase variation, as Critic's Side B has him shout "ELEPHANT!" which briefly summons a silhouette of The Burger King for a second.
- Catchphrase: "Hello I'm the Nostalgia Critic."
- Firing in the Air a Lot / Skull Cups: One of his victory animations.
- Flipping the Bird: Performs this gesture with both hands in his neutral air attack.
- Improbable Weapon User: His Up Smash is a jack-in-a-box that spring the word "FAIL" or "GENIUS".
- Large Ham
- Limit Break: "Critical Rage". He charge at one opponent with a crowbar and beat him/her up with it. It used to be "American Idol", which made an image of Chuck Norris appear and eject anyone touching it.
- Nerf: Received a few:
- Down-B, "EXPLAIN!", doesn't increase in power with the Critic's damage, instead only increasing over time. 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.
- American Idol does only 50% per touch, although Chincherrinas states that it's still broken as hell. It was later changed to Critical Rage, nerfing him further.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: His final smash is pretty gruesome, showing him beating his opponent with blood over their faces at one point.
- The Power of Hate: His rage powers his explosion attacks.
- The Rival: To The Angry Video Game Nerd.
- Sarcastic Clapping: His losing animation.
- Shock and Awe: His side smash has him shoot lightning from his hands.
- Standard Status Effects: ELEPHANT! can cause effects similar to Luigi's Negative Zone. It even breaks shields.
- Stuff Blowing Up: EXPLAIN! creates a massive explosion when not used for a long time.
- Trigger Happy: His standard B move.
The proud and mighty king of Sparta, out to keep the Persians from conquering his city.
- Source: 300
- Air Jousting: a Downplayed example, Leonidas can joust downwards in the middle of his slow-mo recovery.
- Assist Character: He summons a Spartan as a jumping boost for his Up-B move, Spartan Jump. The Spartan also attacks opponents but can be knocked away easily.
- Badass Beard
- Battle Boomerang / Throwing Your Shield Always Works: His shield functions like a boomerang in his side special, though it stops when it hits someone.
- Battle Intro: Steps out from a crowd of Spartans.
- Blade on a Stick: His weapon of choice.
- Crowd Chant: His soldiers chant in victory during one of his victory screens.
- Expy: Of Link in a few respects.
- Javelin Thrower: Uses his spear as one in his Neutral-B.
- Limit Break: "Spartan Madness". Leonidas shouts "THIS! IS! SPARTA!", then delivers a powerful kick to whoever is in front of him.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Drinking Formation, his down special. The shield can be used as offense as well.
- Make Me Wanna Shout / Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: Shouts the expected line during his Final Smash.
- Patriotic Fervor: More for Sparta than all of Greece, but still seems like this.
- Proud Warrior Race Guy
- Rated M for Manly
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's the king of Sparta, and is no slouch in battle.
- Sword Pointing: Done in his Selection Screen icon from the Revamp Era onward.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: He's always shirtless.
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.
- Character Division: Celebrity (formerly Cult)
- Assist Character: Summons Mark in his Up-B and Final Smash.
- Attack Reflector: His neutral special can reflect projectiles.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: He instantly puts one on for his Final Smash.
- Battle Intro: Walks out of the door from the rooftop scene while saying "Oh hi [opponent's name]."
- Caught on Tape: His Down-B has him record the enemy's attack and use it against 'em.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: In Subspace Emissary mode, he's literally too thoughtless to dream.
- Counter Attack: His neutral special, Untouchable. When countering, all direct attacks thrown at him will deal the same amount of damage that would have been done to Wiseau.
- Also done in his down special, Record Everything. Wiseau pulls-out a recorder to record any nearby attacks, which he can replay into a sound wave that deals the same damage & effects from the attack recorded.
- Full-Name Basis
- Hates Being Touched: "Don't touch me motherfuckerrrr. Get out."
- I Know Madden Kombat: Some of his attacks uses an American football as a projectile.
- Improbable Weapon User: Besides the football, he tosses an empty plastic bottle in his side special. He also uses a bouquet of flowers for some of his A moves.
- Limit Break: "Footux". Tommy summons Mark, who then goes in front of him as the two pass a football between each other at high speed, damaging any opponents between them, before finishing them off with a jumping football attack.
- Not Quite Flight: He has a very bizarre way of double jumping, it involves flapping his arms like a bird while "cheeping" like a chicken.
A quiet girl who lives all alone. She can transform with the help of Effects from her Dream World, and have abstract nightmares.
- Source: Yume NikkiCharacter Division: Cult
- Battle Intro: Teleports onto the stage with a balloon in her hand.
- Beware the Quiet Ones: Even as new characters are added, Madotsuki is consistently placed at the top of Chincherrina's personal tier list.
- Creepy Child: Her age is ambiguous but she is definitely young and she is often associated with the knife effect.
- Cute Witch: The Witch effect for her up special.
- Death Seeker: Implied in her Classic Mode ending.
- Also implied at the beginning of Adventure Mode.
- Dream Weaver: Her moveset consists almost entirely of "Dream abilities".
- Flying Broomstick: Her Upward B attack.
- Knife Nut: She use her knife for her Jab. She is also often showed with it outside of moveset showcases.
- Limit Break: "Dream's End". Madotsuki creates a door, which stays in place and delivers a One Kit Kill on whoever goes inside.
- Precocious Crush / Crack Pairing: It's been hinted (specifically in Adventure Mode) that she has a crush on the Nostalgia Critic.
- The Rival: To Yomika.
- Temporary Bulk Change: Her down special makes her automatically fat or un-fat at will.
- Vehicular Assault: Rides a bicycle in her side special.
- The Voiceless: She just makes odd, inhuman noises instead.
A nerd with a terrible temper. He plays terrible retro video games and then destroys them.
- Character Division: Celebrity
- Atomic F-Bomb / Cluster F-Bomb: Par for the course with James.
- Precision F-Strike: His Standard B attack, literally named F-Bomb.
- Badass Cape: His Upward B move features a nice, rocket-powered one (which is actually an NES Power Pad).
- Battle Intro: Emerges from the Nintoaster while saying "I'm the fucking Nerd."
- Distressed Dude: Trophied by the Irate Gamer in the Subspace Emissary..
- Drowning My Sorrows: His losing animation has him chugging on Rolling Rock.
- Flipping the Bird: Calmly do one while wearing the Power Glove in his character select screen icon (starting with the Revamp Era and onward)
- Also performed during his summoning of Mecha Death Christ and one of his taunts.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Part of his Up-B and he can also shoot lasers from his Super Scope as well!
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- Improbable Weapon User: He can grab and hit with a NES controller and his Side B is a pen he throw.
- Limit Break: "Super Mecha Death Christ". You control the aforementioned character and have a wide variety of powerful attacks.
- My Little Panzer: He uses various NES accessories to fight in battle.
- The Pen Is Mightier: Throw a pen with his Side Special.
- Projectile Toast: His up throw has him stuff an opponent in the Nintoaster, which launches them up.
- The Rival: To The Nostalgia Critic.
- Shock and Awe: The electrifying part of the Power Glove attack.
- Sir Swears-a-Lot: Who else but the Nerd himself? Super Mecha Death Christ, that's who else.
- Spikes of Doom: His Downtilt had an opponent get impaled by some spikes from SonicTheHedgehog.
- Stuff Blowing Up: His Down Smash has him guide an 8-bit bomb towards the ground in-front of him.
- Tank Goodness: The power of his Final Smash.
- Use Your Head: His Sidetilt has him headbutt forward.
An alternate version of Luigi who lives in Dinosaur World and looks after Yoshi.
- Source: Super Mario World (TV series)
- Assist Character: The Fire Sumo in his Down B, and the Dolphins & Baby Yoshi in his Final Smash.
- Attack Reflector: When in Magic Balloon mode, any projectile that hits him will bounce back off.
- Balloon Belly: His Up B, when he inflates like a Magic Balloon.
- Battle Intro: Falls onto the stage.
- Distressed Dude: Trophied by Dr. Robotnik in Adventure Mode.
- Expy: Of Luigi. Not in technique, but in regards to their roles in the Subspace Emissary so far.
- Forced Sleep: His Side B, appropriately named Maternal Sleep.
- Improbable Weapon User: Can throw a football-shaped stone.
- Limit Break: "Secret Weapon". He ride flying dolfins and hold baby Yoshi who can eat and spit opponents.
- Made of Explodium: His Stone (or Football) explodes after traveling a certain distance.
- Overly Long Tongue: The baby Yoshi he carries around during his Final Smash uses one to eat opponents.
- Playful Dolphin: Rides one around during his Final Smash.
- Playing with Fire: His down special summons a Fire Sumo that creates flames when it stomps the ground.
- Standard Status Effects: His Side B is to put people to sleep.
Sonic the Hedgehog's arch nemesis, only a sillier version of himself. He floats around in his Eggmobile.
- Source: Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
- Ax-Crazy: While Played for Laughs most of the time, it doesn't make him any less dangerous.
- Badass Mustache
- Bald of Evil: Otacon states that he's bald because Sonic made him tear every hair from his beautiful head.
- Battle Intro: Hovers onto the stage via Eggmobile as he laughs evilly.
- Black Eyes of Crazy: Has black sclera with red pupils.
- Card-Carrying Villain
- Cool Chair: He never leaves his floating hovercraft of a chair.
- Crosshair Aware: Laser Aim fires a non-damaging laser that marks its targets. Marked targets are victims to homing fireballs.
- Fat Bastard: He's the heaviest of all characters, and he's morbidly obese.
- Fireballs: His Standard B.
- Gag Pingas: His final smash is him attacking with it.
- Gonk: He's a very strange looking man.
- Homing Projectile: Laser Aim fires homing fireballs at marked targets.
- Large Ham: Dear lord, yes!
- Limit Break: "PINGAS". He extand his ridiculously long penis (thankfully it's censored) which hurt anyone who touch it.
- Ramming Always Works: Burning Boost charges through opponents, doing more damage the longer it's not used.
- Ray Gun/Shock and Awe: His up B.
- Robot Master: Commands an army of Badniks during the Subspace Emissary.
- Surrounded by Idiots: Thinks of this aloud around his robots.
- "Can't you boltheads do anything right?"
- Villain Team-Up: With Xerxes in Adventure Mode.
- Weapons That Suck: His Eggmobile has a vacuum, allowing him to absorb captured fighters.
One of the most hated internet reviewers of them all. All of his moves are inferior copies of other people's, or just something that backfires on him. Usually both.
- Character Division: Celebrity
- Affectionate Parody: Of joke characters. probably. 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.
- Battle Intro: Appears via a bad special effect as he says "What the hell?"
- Butt-Monkey: The man can't even taunt or go through victory animation without something happening to him.
- Ditto Fighter: His moveset consists of cloned versions of official Smash characters' special moves, but with the twist that they're all hilariously underpowered versions of the originals. Fitting, given the accusations that Bores' reviewing style is similar to the Nerd's.
- Plagiarism is basically a weaker version of Kirby's Inhale, as mentioned below.
- Escape Bike is Wario's Wario Bike that falls over when it crashes into anything, along with damaging himself.
- Convenient Mirror is Pit's Mirror Shield that reflects projectiles at half the speed and power and breaks apart when struck with a direct attack.
- The Borean is Peach's Peach Blossom if it lacked the healing peaches and if it was cancellable.
- Improbable Weapon User: Can throw a TMNT game box, some of his copied move are also this.
- Incredibly Lame Pun:
- "Somebody call 9-1-1, because I was ROB-bed!"
- Joke Character: Chincherrinas confirmed that he only made the Irate Gamer a joke character due to his liking towards them.
- Limit Break: "The Borean". He review a game which make his opponents fall asleep.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Only reflects projectiles, and his shield can break by a physical attack, which will not regenerate until he loses a stock.
- Nap-Inducing Speak: His Final Smash where he review a game which put all his opponents asleep.
- 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).
- Self-Deprecation: In-Universe; he says that Smash Bros. Lawl is ruined at the end of his moveset video, with the captions claiming it from Irate Gamer being playable.
- Special Effect Failure: Invoked and played for laughs. His recovery move involves propelling himself in the air with a stock explosion effect.
- 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".
Claude FrolloFROLLO SMITE THE WICKED!
A perverted and arrogant judge from Paris who is simultaneously religious and Satanic. He's mastered power over fire.
- Source: The Hunchback of Notre Dame
- Assist Character: Summons one of his guards for his down-B. Like Leonidas' Spartan, he can be knocked away easily.
- Battle Intro: Rides onto the stage on his horse.
- Cloth Fu: His Dark Cape can be used as a weapon.
- Cool Horse: His entrance.
- Cool Sword: His Weapon of Choice is a claymore.
- Dash Attack: His Side Special, Hell Dragger.
- Elemental Punch / Shoryuken: His up tilt has him perform a fire-engulfed uppercut.
- "Get out you idiot."
- Fireballs: His Neutral Special, Firing Fire. It can even be charged and aimed.
- Giggling Villain: Giggles while starting his final smash.
- Hell-Fire: His fire is stated in his trophy description to literally come from his sinful amount of lust.
- How Is That Even Possible?: His animation if he tries to do an attack thats been disabled."But, How?"
- Knife Nut: Uses a knife for his Side B and his Down Throw.
- Last-Name Basis: No one ever calls him Claude.
- Limit Break: "Hellfire". He summon tall red cloaked figures, anyone caught between them is engulfed by flames.
- Playing with Fire: Uses pyrokinesis for most of his attacks.
- Post-Victory Collapse: Done after his V-sign victory screen.
- Pre-Asskicking One-Liner: "Taste the fires of Hell!
- Say My Name: During one of his victories."Beata Maria..."
- Sinister Minister
- Slasher Smile: One of his victory animations.
- Also done when he starts his final smash.
- Vitriolic Best Buds / Bash Brothers: With Gaston.
- V-Sign: Done with just the arms both during his final smash and in one of his victory screens.
- Wreathed in Flames: His pummel completely engulfs his entire body in flames.
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.
- Source: Beauty and the Beast
- Abnormal Ammo: His four dozen eggs.
- Assist Character: He summons his fans in his up-B and Final Smash.
- Battle Intro: Appears from either of the side blast lines, looks around, then jumps onto the stage.
- Calling Your Attacks: "HAIR!"
- Carpet of Virility: Very proud in showing his hairy chest through both his Up Smash and a Victory Pose.
- Combat Pragmatist: He fights fairly normally for a Smash Bros.-type fighter, though one of his taunts states otherwise."No one takes cheap shots like Gaston!"
- Cool Chair: He sits in one and is thrown upward by a crowd of his fans for his Up B attack.
- Cool Guns / Gun Twirling: His blunderbuss in his neutral B.
- Edible Ammunition: His four dozen eggs.
- Eye Take: Mixed with a Woaoh in one of his taunts.
- Improbable Weapon User: His four dozen eggs.
- Limit Break: "Kill the Beast!". He convince his fans that one of his opponents is a beast and they all attack him/her.
- Molotov Cocktail: His flaming beer.
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: His Jab has him punch repeatedly at ludicrous speed.
- Rated M for Manly: His chest is covered with hairs.
- Shout-Out: Gaston imitates Bison's Yes! Yes! in one of his victory animations.
- Straw Misogynist: He's pretty sexist like in the movie, as shown by one of his taunts.
- Unsportsmanlike Gloating: Aggressively calls the opponent too "Kind and gentle to fight back" in one of his victory animations.
- Vitriolic Best Buds / Bash Brothers: With Frollo.
HitlerHITLER MAKES HIS RANTS HEARD!
- Character Division: YouTube Poop (formerly Celebrity)
- Anvil on Head: One of his Pencil of Doom's effects.
- Assist Character: A lot of his moves summon soldiers or his generals for assistance.
- Battle Intro: Two soldiers salute him as he walks on stage.
- The Cavalry: One for Hitler is summoned by his Final Smash, including tanks, rapid fire soldiers, and airplane bombings.
- Gag Sub: As par for the course with the Hitler Rants.
- Gratuitous German
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His pencil has a 25% chance of hurting himself.
- When Hitler discusses his plan to Mary in the Subspace Emissary, Mary is too busy playing with Hitler's Dark Cannon and ends up shooting him instead. At least Günsche was there to revive him.
- Human Cannonball: His Up B attack.
- Improbable Weapon User: His generals can weaponize his desk for his Side Smash.
- Kneel Before Zod: One of his victory quotes."I order you to bow down at once!"
- Limit Break: "Steiner". An airplane pass through the top of the stage three time while dropping bombs, during that time, Hitler can summon soldiers with MP-40 or tanks.
- Made of Explodium: The Pencil of Doom can cause explosions.
- More Dakka: His side special summons Peter Hogl, who opens fire with an MP-40. His soldiers also wield MP-40s in his Final Smash.
- The Pen Is Mightier: More of a pencil, really.
- The Power of Hate: He uses ranting as one of his attacks.
- The Pratfall: The Pencil of Doom has a 25% chance of tripping an opponent.
- Those Wacky Nazis: Practically a given, taken he's from the rant videos.
- Say My Name: "FEGELEIN! FEGELEIN! FEGELEIN!"
- Shout-Out: Like Gaston, he imitates Bison's Yes! Yes! in one of his victory animations.
Panty and Stocking
Two unholy angels that reside in Daten City, ridding the city of ghosts.
- Source: Panty & Stocking with GarterbeltCharacter Division: Celebrity
- Action Girl: Both of them.
- Battle Intro: The two are sitting on a couch in the background, and the starting character jumps onto the stage.
- Car Fu: Stocking takes a ride in See-Through for her side-B attack.
- Defeat Equals Explosion: What happens to opponents who receive their final smash.
- Dual Wielding: Stocking wields her twin swords, Stripes I and II.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: A few of Stocking's sword attacks and one of her taunts is spinning.
- Femme Fatale: Pantys side B stuns her opponents with horniness so that she can attack them.
- Game-Favored Gender: Panty's pole dancing Side B mostly works on male characters, with some of the females being immune.
- Gun Fu / Unnecessary Combat Roll: Inverted, since Panty's gunshots are more effective after doing a stylish roll or jump.
- Improbable Weapon User: Each of them respectively uses their namesakes. Granted they transform into actual weapons, but still.
- Instant Flight: Just Add Spinning!: Stocking's Up B has her spin her katanas above her head to fly.
- Lady in Red: Panty.
- Limit Break: "Fly Away Now". They do a sexy dance after shifting to an anime-style appearance, Panty then shout in front of her, if an opponent get hit he/her get slashed by Stocking and then explode.
- Magical Girl Warrior: Both of them.
- Meaningful Background Event: Whichever one isn't currently fighting is sitting on a couch in the background, waiting until the player switches them out.
- Ms. Fanservice: Both of them mostly Panty.
- Precision F-Strike: One of Panty's taunts.
- Reluctant Warrior: Their entrance animations show that they'd rather stay on the couch than fight.
- Sibling Team
- Slouch of Villainy: Inverted, since Panty & Stocking slouch on their couch, while their villainous rivals (Scanty & Kneesocks) sit more orderly and upright near their table.
- Spin to Deflect Stuff: Part of Stocking's Neutral B.
- Tag Team Twins: The first pair introduced.
A loud pitchman who only sells products that he knows for a fact work. In Lawl, he sees his battles as infomercials.
- ...And 99¢: One of his victory animations has him says "Order right now for just $19.99.".
- Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: Inverted with his entrance animation; he lowers down from Heaven to fight.
- Badass Beard
- Battle Intro: Descends from heaven as he shouts "Hi, Billy Mays here!"
- Big Badass Rig: Showcases one in his Final Smash, which is dragged across the battlefield by Mighty Putty.
- Big "NO!" / Slow "NO!": One of his KO quotes.
- Catchphrase: All of the ones Billy Mays is known for.
- Cool Sword: Wields one in one of his victory animations.
- Damage Over Time: Caused with an Oxi Clean ball tossed onto an opponent. It can only be stopped by attacking to shoo it off.
- Drop the Hammer: His side tilt.
- Full-Name Basis
- Graceful Loser: He's pretty generous for the victor, giving him or her two thumbs up for his losing pose.
- Improbable Weapon User: He attack with various products that aren't meant for fighting.
- Ladder Physics: The Ultimate Ladder (Up-B) can attack pretty differently than it does in real life.
- Limit Break: "The Power of Mighty Putty". A rope with Mighty Putty stuck on it reaches out to one of the sides of the screen and attaches itself to an 80,000 pound trailer. The string drags the trailer to the other side of the screen, dealing damage to any opponents in the trailer's path.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: He pulls out Impact Gel as his side B, which delivers all direct attacks back to the attacker.
- No Indoor Voice: Of course, it's Billy Mays.
- Sticky Situation: Used with his down special, in which he places Mighty Putty on the ground. Anyone who touches it will get stuck for a few seconds.
YomikaYOMIKA HAIRS OUT!
A pale-skinned hikkikomori that also has creepy dreams. Some of Madotsuki's tropes apply here.
- Source: Dream GraffitiCharacter Division: Cult
- Attack Reflector: Her Standard-B can reflect attacks if done after the aura is already summoned.
- Battle Intro: Teleports onto the stage.
- Beware the Quiet Ones: Snake is aware that this trope applies to her.
- Blob Monster: Her Down Smash has herself turn into a humanoid slime!
- Does Not Like Shoes: Though it may be more out of circumstance than comfort, judging by her trophy description.
- Dream Weaver: Like Madotsuki she can use various Dream abilities for most of her attacks.
- Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Pale-blue hair, if you want to be precise.
- Energy Absorption: Her Neutral special spawns an aura that can absorb energy attacks.
- Faux Flame: Her Neutral Aerial has herself turn into a blue flame thing.
- Limit Break: "Stomach Overlord". A monster appear and summon eyeballs who fly into opponents, the opponents who get hits by the most eyeballs is instantanly KO'd.
- Personal Raincloud: Down-B summons a raincloud at Yomika's position, downplayed since it stays in the same spot all the time.
- Prehensile Hair: She can use her hair to attack and grab opponents.
- The Rival: To Madotsuki
- Turtle Power: Her Up-Tilt turns herself into a turtle, and turtles are freakin fabulous.
- Vague Age: Unlike Mado, her age isn't really able to be pinned-down.
- The Voiceless: She doesn't even scream during her Twinkle In The Sky KO animation.
- Youkai: She becomes a Tengu during her Up B attack.
A goofier version of Guile, he uses Sonic Booms to solve his problems, with a variable success rate.
- Source: Street Fighter (TV Series)
- Battle Intro: Descends onto the stage by rocket chair.
- Big "NO!": Three of his KO sounds.
- Blasting Time / Kamehame Hadoken
- "Soooniiic BOOOOOM!!"
- Calling Your Attacks: "Sonic Boom!" "Flash Kick!"
- Cool Chair: Floats down in one for his entrance.
- Diving Kick: Can dive from his Up B by doing this.
- Doesn't Like Guns:
- "Guns are for wimps!"
- Heroic Build
- Hoist by His Own Petard: He KO himself with his final smash.
- Hurricane Kick: His Up B has him leap and do this to fly for a few second.
- Hypocritical Humor: Berates Bison of hurting innocent people right after he chrashed a plane over Bison's hostages.
- Large Ham: Just listen to his KO sounds.
- Limit Break: "Anti-Terrorism". He do a sonic boom on a bombs which make a huge explosion that also KO him.
- Playing with Fire: His Down B summons a flame that engulfs around himself.
- Rated M for Manly
- The Rival: To Bison.
- Signature Move: His Neutral B and Side B, Sonic Boom and Flash Kick respectively.
- Skyward Scream / Say My Name: "BISOOOON!"
- Sleeves Are for Wimps: And so are guns.
The head of the criminal organization Shadaloo, only a goofier version of himself.
- Source: Street Fighter (TV series)
- Battle Intro: Runs onto the stage while exclaiming a loud "YES!"
- Barrier Warrior: His Down-B summons a barrier that power up his moves if opponents attack it..
- Big "YES!": On many occasions, including his Final Smash.
- But for Me, It Was Tuesday: Says the trope-naming line during one of his victory animations.
- Crate Expectations: He throws crates for his Standard B.
- Improbable Weapon User: Crates.
- Large Ham: The most notable of his traits.
- Limit Break: "Yes! Yes!".
- Red Eyes, Take Warning
- The Rival: To Guile.
- Say My Name: "Balroooog!"
- Shock and Awe: Psycho Cart (Side B) can cause a shock.
- Shout-Out: To the movie, he says "Of course!" during a taunt. And the "But for Me, It Was Tuesday" victory animation.
- Villain Teleportation: His up B, Psychoport.
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.
- Source: IbCharacter Division: Cult
- Art Initiates Life: Her theme is to use paintings as parts of her attacks, though she was not the one to paint them.
- Art Shift: From Mary's moveset onward, her appearance has been upgraded from sprites to her in-game render.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: She is summed up as one by Snake and Otacon.
- Battle Intro: A painting of Ib appears on the stage, then Ib pops out.
- Late-Arrival Spoiler: The reveal of the Woman in Red and more notably the Treasure Hunt event were moments that focused pretty heavily on their initial impact in the original game.
- Limit Break: "Treasure Hunt". A giant frame appear with a giant doll crawling out of it and several doll appear everywere on the stage, the opponents must destroy the right doll or they all lose a stock.
- Improbable Weapon User: Paintings for her specials and her rose for some attacks.
- Made of Explodium: Her down special, 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.
- Security Cling: In one of her winning poses she clings unto Garry.
- The Stoic: Doesn't speak at all and doensn't emote much, even for a little kid.
- Timed Mission / Luck-Based Mission: Her final smash can be canceled if one of the enemies can open the correct doll before the giant doll leaves the painting.
- Trap Master: One of the three characters with the "Camper" fighting style.
- The Voiceless: Has no vocal or even written dialogue whatsoever.
A father from Texas, he's here to beat up his opponents with Propane and Propane accessories, I tell you 'hwat.
- Source: King of the Hill
- Alliterative Name
- Assist Character: Joins with Bill Dauterive and Jeff Boomhauer for his Final Smash.
- Battle Intro: Walks onto the stage with a beer can in his hand.
- Big "NO!" / Little "No": His background and foreground KOs respectively.
- Drop the Hammer: His side tilt and a throw.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: His Final Smash.
- Flat Joy: His up taunt.
- Full-Name Basis
- Groin Attack: Is shown on the receiving end in his defeat animation.
- Improbable Weapon User: Lawn mowers and toolboxes are some of his smash attacks.
- Jetpack: It uses propane to propel itself up.
- Limit Break: "Brocopter". He spin arount with Bill Dauterive and Jeff Boomhauer and damage any opponents that touch him.
- Made of Explodium: His propane tank will explode just from getting hit.
- Mighty Glacier: He's very slow and heavy, and he can dish out some pain as well.
- Spontaneous Weapon Creation: The 9 planks he starts off with in his Side B just appear out of nowhere.
- Stuff Blowing Up: The propane tanks, if hit.
- Trap Master: One of the three characters to have the "Camper" fighting style.
- Unsportsmanlike Gloating: One of his victory animations has him pointing to the loser while shouting "LOSER! YOU'RE A LOSER!"
- Vehicular Assault: His side smash has him running over opponents with his lawnmower.
Scanty & Kneesocks
Two demons, enemies of Panty and Stocking, they are forever enforcing the RURUS.
- Source: Panty & Stocking with GarterbeltCharacter Division: Celebrity
- Badass Fingersnap: One of their victory animations.
- Battle Intro: The two are sitting next to a table in the background, and the starting character jumps onto the stage.
- Blank Stare: Kneesocks while holding A Glass of Chianti in one of their victory animations.
- Car Fu: Scanty takes a ride in G-String for her up-B move, Transparent.
- Catchphrase: RUUUURU!
- Dark Action Girl: Both of them.
- Distracted by the Sexy: It's their Limit Break!
- Dual Wielding: Kneesocks wields twin scythes.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Kneesocks' neutral B and up B.
- Funny Background Event: You can see Scanty laughing in the background during Kneesocks Up Taunt and vice versa.
- Game-Favored Gender: Their Final Smash uses the same horniness stat as Panty and Stocking, causing more damage to male characters and less, usually none, to females (excluding Haruhi). Subverted in that at the end, Fastener's useful form attacks the healthier victim (namely, the less horny character).
- Guns Akimbo: Scanty wields twin revolvers.
- Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Scanty in one of their victory animations.
- Improbable Weapon User: Like their counterparts they attack with underwears transfomed into into actual weapons.
- Instant Flight: Just Add Spinning!: Like Stocking, she can spin her scythes to fly in her Up-B.
- Limit Break: "I Want You". They strip their underwhere which damage opponents based on their horniness stat, the opponent with the least damage get attacked by Fastener.
- Luminescent Blush: One of Kneesocks taunts.
- Meaningful Background Event: Like their counterparts, whichever one isn't currently fighting is sitting at a table in the background, waiting until the player switches them out.
- Moveset Clone: Some of their attacks are altered versions of Panty & Stockings attacks.
- Noblewoman's Laugh: Three of their taunts, as well as one of their victory animations.
- Power Nullifier: Their side B moves (RUUUURUS) can cancel a random B move from an opponent, minus the up B move. Scanty's version remains in one place until it's destroyed, while Kneesocks's version is temporary.
- Revolvers Are Just Better: Scanty's Double Gold Lacytanga.
- Sibling Team: The two are sisters.
- Sinister Scythe: Kneesocks' Double Gold Spandex.
- Slouch of Villainy: Inverted, as the Demon Sistas sit upright near their table, opposed to the heroes (Panty & Stocking) slouchin' on the couch.
- Spin to Deflect Stuff: Kneesocks' neutral B.
- Tag Team Twins
- Teamwork Seduction: Done in their Final Smash.
- Those Two Bad Guys
- Trilling Rs: Whenever they talk about the RRRRRRRUUURUS!
The famous actor, incarnating his most insane roles, particularly the ones in The Wicker Man (2006).
- Character Division: Celebrity
- Adaptation Distillation: His moveset primarily focuses on source material from The Wicker Man (2006), with his other sources getting dumped into his final smash.
- Attack Reflector: Unmasker, aside from removing traps, can also reflect projectiles.
- Battle Intro: Slowly walks onto the stage while moaning sorrowfully.
- Bears Are Bad News: Nicolas dons his infamous bear costume in Side B.
- Bee Afraid: His Up B move. Even Cage himself seems unhappy with them. "NO, NOT THE BEES!"
- Cast from Hit Points: Unmasker (down-B) removes traps, but he receives 2% damage in return (unless a trap is one of Ib's paintings or Aya's pendant, in which he receives 6% damage instead).
- Cool Bike: His up Special Move during his Final Smash has him turns into Ghost Rider.
- Large Ham: All over the place!
- Limit Break: "Nicolas Cage Losing His Shit". He get mad and gain new special attacks.
- No Indoor Voice / Make Me Wanna Shout
- Our Vampires Are Different: His Side B during his Final Smash.
- "IM A VAMPIIIRRE, IM A VAMPIIIRRE!!!"
- Slasher Smile: One of his victory poses.
- Standard Status Effects: His gun will stun characters when he point it at him.
- Super Mode: In his Final Smash he becomes invincible, plus changing his moveset to have extremely powerful moves.
- Theme Music Power-Up: His Final Smash is accompanied by Lux Aeterna.
- Trigger Happy: His neutral special, Step Away.
- Weapons-Grade Vocabulary: Literally weaponizes the alphabet for his neutral special when in "Losing his Shit" mode.
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.
- Source: "The Best Hercules Movie Ever"Character Division: Cult
- Annoying Arrows: Annoying for him in this case. The arrows he fires travel slowly in an odd arc.
- Assist Character: A few people in his Up Smash, and his Gay Friend in his Down Special.
- Attack Reflector: His down special pulls out a mirror, which reflects projectiles at thrice the speed and strength. The only catch to this is that it takes a really long time to get it out.
- Battle Intro: Rides onto the stage on a chariot as he shouts "Let the games begin!"
- Broke the Rating Scale: In the Facebook page, all characters have been classified into tiers from SS to F. The only exception being Best Hercules, who has his own tier: Best.
- Car Fu: Technically Chariot-Fu, but eh, what the hell.
- Fake Ultimate Hero
- Horse of a Different Color: He rides a boar in his Final Smash.
- In a Single Bound: He leaps high in the air during his up special move. After that, he celebrates for two seconds.
- Joke Character: All of his moves have a long startup time, and it's easy to hit him out of them, and messing up some of them can even result in him falling over.
- Lethal Joke Character: Chincherrinas hinted in the Facebook Page that there's a way to make him playable and that he'd show it if Best Herc won the poll for the next Classic Mode.
- Knows the Ropes: His Up Smash has him and his friends lift a rope underneath his opponents.
- Limit Break: "Ok, Charge!". He ride a boar after shouting the line and run into his opponent.
- Running Gag: He's always celebrating.
- Done during a Taunt, two Victory Screens, and even two of his special moves.
A mexican ufologist who hosts TV shows in which the presents tapes that point to possible alien activities.
- Source: Tercer MilenioCharacter Division: Cult
- 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
- Balloonacy: For one of his A moves, he grab some balloons which make hom float and damage opponents who touch them.
- Battle Intro: Gets beamed down by UFO as he says "¡Muy buenos dias!" ("Good morning!")
- Bilingual Bonus: He speak in Spanish.
- 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.
- Flying Saucer: He descends from one in his entrance. He also uses it to escape during his Final Smash.
- Hands in Pockets: Idle Animation!
- Improbable Weapon User: Pictures of the universe, penguins, floating horses, balloons, UFO and blurry floating things. Yeah it's not the kind of character you expect to see in a fighting game.
- Limit Break: "La Caida de un Meteorito" (The Fall of a Meteorite). A meteor fall on the stage and a UFO appear so Maussan and the others fighters can escape. at least one of the opponenents is doomed, then the fight continues on an other stage.
- Our Wormholes Are Different: He can summon dimensional portals to move enemies, projectiles or himself across small distances.
- Perverted Drooling: He does this when he gets "stunned" by Mikuru during the cutscenes of Haruhi's moveset video.
- Trap Master: One of the three characters to have the "Camper" fighting style.
- 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.
- Source: El Chavo del ochoCharacter Division: Celebrity
- Agitated Item Stomping: His losing animation involves him taking off his hat and stomping on it.
- Battle Intro: Walks out of a door while shouting "¡Al ataque, mis valientes!" ("Attack, my brave men!")
- Bilingual Bonus: He speak in Spanish.
- Brats with Slingshots: He uses a slingshot in his Side B.
- Counter Attack: Presta can counter direct attacks and even catch incoming projectiles.
- Developers' Foresight: One of his victory poses slightly changes to be grammatically correct if he wins against girls.
- Improbable Weapon User: He use a clothesline for his Up B.
- Limit Break: "Ferrocarril" (Railroad), which targets a random fighter to make a train run over him.
- Made of Explodium: The Blackboard from his Down B can explode.
- Poisonous Person: The Blackboard from his Down B can poison opponents.
- Power Nullifier: His Presta move temporarily locks a random B move from his opponent, with the exception of the up B move.
- The Pratfall: Hitting a moving opponent with his slingshot trips them.
- Shock and Awe: The Blackboard from his Down B can emit electricity.
- The Slacker: His trophy description admits that he's very lazy.
- Standard Status Effects: His blackboard can cause electricity to shoot out or cause the opponent to be poisoned.
- Video Game Stealing: If Presta is used on an opponent carrying an item, he steals that item.
- Weaponized Ball: Throws a ball in his side and up tilts.
The main villain of the Mega Man series, only the hammier animated version.
- Source: Mega Man (TV Series)
- Ax-Crazy: He's definitely off his rocker when he decides to distort the moon's orbit.
- Battle Intro: Gets dropped off by his Wily Machine as he laughs evilly.
- Colony Drop: His Final Smash, where he shifts the moon out of its orbit to cause earthquakes, heavy storms, and a large tidal wave.
- Cool Chair: He almost never leaves his Wily Capsule.
- Do Not Adjust Your Set: He interrupts the "Megaman Embassy" in the intro to his moveset video.
- Einstein Hair
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Exploited. Wily's Electric Nightmare allows him to control traps and use them against their summoners (Ex: if Wily controls The King's wine puddles of The King's Slippery Spill, 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!!" He take the moon out of it's orbit which cause earthquakes, storms and a large wave.
- Mad Scientist, with an emphasis on mad.
- Making a Splash: His Final Smash has a large tidal wave.
- Morally Ambiguous Doctorate
- Shock and Awe: His up B, the Dream Machine, can fire lasers and conduct electricity, while serving as a recovery move.
- Teleporters and Transporters: The aforementioned Dream Machine.
- Troll: His ability to remove traps and control players earns him this title.
- Weather-Control Machine: His final smash uses a machine to pull the moon out its orbit, causing multiple natural disasters.
A socially-odd high school student who's obsessed with the supernatural.
- Source: Haruhi Suzumiya
- Assist Character: Mikuru for her neutral & side specials, along with Yuki Nagato and Koizumi for her up and down specials respectively.
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Her Down B has her distracted by a book about aliens, where Koizumi shoots a fireball towards the opponents for her.
- Battle Intro: Steps out of a door and locks it behind her.
- False Rape Accusation: Her Side B is named Photo Rape, where she takes a photo of someone after she pushes Mikuru onto them, which halves the opponents damage and knockback from her "evidence".
- Fragile Speedster: She's very fast, but she's fairly lightweight.
- Game-Favored Gender: Subverted. A look at the Character Grading album on the Facebook page shows that Haruhi can be affected by Horniness based moves, which at first seemed to only have a significant effect on males, but she actually has one of the highest ratings for the stat.
- Hammy Herald: Decently hammy with announcing Mikuru in her Neutral B.
- Human Hummingbird: She does this to make her float in her Up B.
- Kick Chick: She uses her legs a lot.
- Limit Break: "UPSET". Haruhi get upset and summon a giant who punch in the air.
- Megaton Punch: When she use her Side Smash her hand get covered by the same material giants are made of wich give her a giant hand to punch with.
- Playing with Fire: Koizumi Throw a fireball in her Down B.
- Slasher Smile: Sports one when she use her Side Smash.
- The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Currently, she's the only young character who's affected by horniness.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Jaime Maussan. As shown in Subspace Emissary, she complains about Maussan's slow walking speeding.
A dim-witted male fashion model. He is portrayed by Ben Stiller.
- Source: ZoolanderCharacter Division: Celebrity
- Battle Intro: Gets dropped off by his friends by car, with "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" playing in the background.
- Car Fu: His Final Smash. The end of it results in the car crashing into a Starbucks and blowing it up.
- Easter Egg: Pressing A and B before the results screen has a chance of showing his alternate defeat animation.
- 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.
- Humiliation Conga: In his alternate defeat animation, he gets humiliated to the world in a news report after interrupting the actual winner of the match (believing he was the winner). He later sees his banners being replaced by the match's winners and comes home looking at a congratulations banner about his loss.
- Last-Name Basis: No one ever calls him Derek.
- Light 'em Up: His down B, Photoshoot.
- Limit Break: "Orange Mocha Frappuccino!" He travel the stage with his friends on his car and end up crashing into a Starbucks.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Magnum conjures up a shield that will stop enemy projectiles.
- Mythology Gag: Zoolander lag when he turn left in-battle, referencing the fact that he can't turn left in his movie.
- 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.
- Source: Hercules in New YorkCharacter Division: Cult
- Battle Intro: Falls onto the stage while screaming, lands, then gets back up and says "I'm Hurr-ku-liss." An interesting note is that he takes 5% damage from the fall.
- Blade on a Stick: For his Up Smash he throws a spear upward.
- Chariot Fu: His side B, which can also drag opponents should they get caught in the attack.
- Deadly Disc: His neutral B, New Disk.
- Dumb Muscle: He's all brawn and no brain.
- Improbable Weapon User: Stoplank has him hold a wooden plank that makes him immune to grabs in the front and counters direct attackers. For his A moves he also have a car and a dumbbell.
- Jump Cut: His up B is a literal example.
- Limit Break: "Solution". He make two large pillar fall.
- Secret Character: The only character Chincherrinas has outright stated as unlockable (requiring to beat classic mode with Best Hercules to unlock him).
- Whip It Good: Pressing A during his Side B has him whip a foe.
A young girl who is the daughter of her mad scientist father, Alfred Drevis.
- Source: Mad FatherCharacter Division: Cult
- Art Shift: From Mary's moveset onward, her appearance has been upgraded from sprites to her in-game render.
- Battle Intro: Jumps out of a portal.
- Brown Note: Her down B, Mandrake. Players can stop it early by throwing a projectile at it's source.
- Chainsaw Good: She use a chainsaw for some of her A moves.
- Cute and Psycho: If Snake's codec is anything to go by.
- Girl with Psycho Weapon
- Jump Scare: Her neutral special, Pendant. Opponents touching the pendant will summon a screaming lady that causes 25% damage.
- Kill It with Fire: Her side B, the Flame Egg.
- Limit Break: "Magic Water". She use the magic water to kill an opponent of her choice.
- Shout-Out: One of her victory animations has her and Ogre doing the Bros. Pose.
- Weapon of Choice: Her chainsaw.
An egotistical ghost hunter who hates other paranormal investigators who can find good evidence or have rivaling egos. He specially despises that charlatan Jaime Maussan.
- Source: CazafantasmasCharacter Division: Cult
- Battle Intro: Rides onto the stage by motorcycle.
- Bilingual Bonus: All of his voice clips are in Spanish.
- Casting a Shadow: He attack with darkness with some of his A moves.
- Hunter of Monsters: Of ghosts, to be specific.
- Improbable Weapon User: His Up B make him float with two glowing orbs and his Neutral and Down B are ghost hunting devices.
- Irrational Hatred: His Final Smash targets on the opponent he hates the most, judging by his hate list.
- Limit Break: "Presumido" (Show-Off). Make a golden statue of himself fall on the opponent he hate the most.
- Revenge Before Reason: His Final Smash attacks the character he hates the most, regardless of damage or stock amount other characters may have.
- The Rival: To Jaime Maussan
- Unknown Rival: Maussan doesn't really care about him.
- Shock and Awe: Campo Electromagnetico produces shocks to anyone who runs into its invisible radius.
- Small Name, Big Ego: His Final Smash is even dropping a golden statue labeled "The Best Ghost Hunter in the World" on top of his most hated enemy.
The famous musician that's known for writing parodies of popular songs.
- Character Division: Celebrity
- Battle Intro: Runs wildly onto the stage.
- 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, which is what really damages 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.
- Casting a Shadow: Parodied in his Up B, where silhouettes of random objects like fish fly across the screen as he ascends.
- Head Desk: Do this repeatedly when he loses a match.
- Limit Break: "Let's Get Ready To Rambo!". He gets a Rambo like appearence and shoot all around him with a machine gun wich randomnly damage opponents with explosions.
- Made of Explodium: RamBow fires explosive arrows, and his Final Smash involves creating explosions with his machine gun.
- Magic Music: Another One Rides the Bus. After trapping enemies inside the bus, he plays an accordion to unleash the bus's atmosphere, damaging them based on weirdness.
- No-Sell: His B move makes him immune to projectiles.
- Now Buy the Merchandise: One of his victory animations has him ask if they've heard of his new album yet.
- 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.
John Jonah Jameson Jr.J. JONAH JAMESON MAKES THE FRONT PAGE!
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.
- Source: Spider-ManCharacter Division: Celebrity
- Actor Allusion / Composite Character: Invoked. He uses combustible lemons and shares lines with Cave Johnson.
- Alliterative Name: All start with the letter "J".
- Angry Guard Dog: Uses two of them in his side smash.
- Art Shift: During his Final Smash, he transforms into an anime version of himself.note
- Assist Character: The Green Goblin assists him in his up special, Interview with the Goblin, though he can be avoided.
- Badass Mustache
- Bad Boss / Benevolent Boss: One minute he'll berate or fire his employees, the next he'll compliment them.
- Battle Intro: Steps out of his office. Jameson can say one of these below quotes during his appearance."Ready to send those Lawlers back home to their mommies?""Where have you been? I've been looking for you all morning! I want you to pay your phone bill."
- Da Editor
- Easter Egg: Has his own codec conversations with Peter Parker, accessed in the Daily Bugle stage.
- George Jetson Job Security: He can hire (neutral B) and fire (side B) anyone on the field. One of his taunts can also fire a random opponent on the field:"Yes, you! Out the front door. Parking lot, car, goodbye!"
- Grumpy Old Man: To the core.
- Hero with Bad Publicity and averting Villain with Good Publicity: Used with his down special, the Front Page. Using any of his pocket photos taken show an attacking opponent, Jameson frames the opponent on the Daily Bugle. Anyone hired by Jameson can't be healed by re-hires, and any photo taken will damage the opponent if Jameson reviews them. When Jameson snaps a shot of a Final Smash, everyone can't be healed by re-hires, plus the photographed Final Smasher will take 50% more damage and knockback.
- Improbable Weapon User: He use a newspaper for some A moves.
- Intrepid Reporter: As he's a journalist fighting on the battlefield, this is a given.
- Large Ham: You will know when he appears on screen.
- Limit Break: "Interdimensional Journalism". He turn into Toshimi Konakawa from the anime Paprika then take a photo of an opponent and beat him up and finish with a gunshot that shoot a copy of himself.
- Mechanically Unusual Fighter: The first character to have a unique fighting playstyle: Boss.
- Only Known by Initials: J(ohn). Jonah Jameson.
- Pet the Dog: Despite his brashness, he seems to treat Codec Snake as a friend, and refuses to slander him in his smash taunt against him.
- Playing with Fire: Jameson fires his opponents using a combustible lemon in his side special.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Codec Snake.
MaryMARY ENTERS OUR WORLD!
A young girl around Ib's age that runs into Ib and Garry during their escape from the haunted art gallery. Unbeknownst to them, she's actually a living painting.
- Source: IbCharacter Division: Celebrity (formerly Cult)
- Ambidextrous Sprite: Averted. Unlike King Harkinian, who switches hands to hold his goblet, Mary carries her palette knife in her left hand at all times.
- An Axe to Grind: Her Down B can summon axes.
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Easily distracted by Hitler's Dark Cannon in Adventure Mode.
- Ax-Crazy: Palette knife crazy, to be exact.
- Battle Intro: Jumps out of the Fabricated World.
- Cheerful Child: To contrast with Ib's seriousness.
- Cloud Cuckoolander
- Constantly Curious: She's always curious about what's going on in the real world.Mary: What is a "hoe"?Hitler: SHIT!
- Improbable Weapon User: At least one of her A moves is a crayon.
- Knife Nut: Wields a palette knife, which does hefty damage.
- Late-Arrival Spoiler: The fact that the presumed Big Bad of Ib is a character. Lawl is not kind to that's game's surprises, especially in her moveset video.
- Limit Break: LEEEEEeeeEEEeeAVE!!!. Veins of fury appears around her, any opponents caught in them will get stabbed.
- Little Miss Badass
- Mad Artist: The appropriately named Doodle Dementia (side special) can paralyze anyone who comes into contact with the attack. Fallen Star (up special) and Reality Butcher (down special) require doodles on the field.
- Reality Warper: The also appropriately named Reality Butcher can summon axes and other harmful objects from doodles.
- A Sinister Clue: She's left handed. It's noticeable when she starts swinging her palette knife around with all the glee in the world.
- Speech Bubbles: Her form of communication, seen on her status bar.
Codec SnakeCODEC SNAKE CALLS IN!
The portrait used for Solid Snake's codec calls in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, now expanded into a full-on fighter, to justify the continuing usage of codec calls, despite Lawl turning into its own thing.
Only tropes that apply to Lawl's Codec Snake should be put here. For tropes applying to Snake in the actual Smash Bros., please put them here.
- Source: Metal Gear
- Battle Intro: Teleports onto the stage from a "Call" symbol.
- BFS: His down special has him construct a sword through codec power.
- Big "NO!": Upon finding out that Guile and Toon Guile don't have much in common. Also heard in his Star KO.
- Deadpan Snarker: Towards the character of attention in the battlefield.
- Decomposite Character: He's a separate character from the actual Snake.
- Hate at First Sight: To Palutena, because she replaced his codec calls in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
- Hypocritical Humor: In the codec call about Mary he starts pacing on top of the dialog box... while musing how a picture that comes to life and starts moving is creepy.
- Limit Break: "Read a Book". His tewt box cover the whole battlefield while je read a book, all the words he read travel the battlefield and damge his opponents.
- Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Is the second character with the "Boss" playstyle.
- Meta Guy: As with himself in Brawl, he sometimes points out absurdities in the characters he fights.
- Mind Screw: Parodied in his codec call about himself, which is a Shout-Out to the TV ending of Neon Genesis Evangelion.
- Mythology Gag: His full codec bar dialogue towards Ib is "Moveset Too OP, plz nerf", based on people's opinions towards her moveset when she was first introduced.
- Palette Swap: Have alternate colors like everyone but he also have alternate appearances as Otacon, Colonel, and Mei Ling, each with their own dialogue.
- Promoted to Playable: appear in every moveset since the first but was officialy confirmed in Mary's moveset.
- Running Gag: He, Otacon, Colonel, and Mei Ling's codec calls end up reciting some of their opponents' more quotable lines or using their speech patterns.
- Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: Occasionally shouts "Punch!" when using his side smash.
- Weapons-Grade Vocabulary: This is his means of attack.
Sheev PalpatineSHEEV TELLS THE TRAGEDY!
A intergalactic senator and Sith Lord from the planet Naboo. Has UNLIMITED POWAH! and likes to tell people the tragedy of Darth Plagueis the Wise.
- Source: Star Wars
- Battle Intro: Anakin Skywalker carries Sheev on his chair, then he disappears as Sheev jumps off.
- Cathartic Exhalation: Done after his Final Smash, complete with a Visible Sigh.
- Compelling Voice: The Side-Tilt of his Neutral Special has him shout out the words Do it! and forces any opponent trapped within the words to perform a move of Sheevs request.
- The Corrupter: Used as his side special, Dark Convert. He fires a vision of Natalie Portman suffering, which makes his opponents susceptible to his neutral specials.
- Emotion Bomb: Dark Convert makes opponents psychically weak enough to get affected by Sheevs emotion-pulling Neutral Special(s).
- If successful, the Attack On The Wookies will have opponents damaged through their own remorse.
- The Emperor: His general position in the empire.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: His up-B is entierely about spinning, that's a good trick.
- Evil Laugh: Two of his victory animations.
- First-Name Basis: Only Colonel Campbell calls him by his full name during Snake's codec conversation on him. It's an Enforced Trope, since he's based on prequel memes to separate him from the actual Palpatine.
- Fountain of Memes: Invoked, as Sheev can intentionally summon various Star Wars prequel memes to manipulate opponents in his moveset.
- Hypnotic Head: The Double-prompting of his Neutral Special has him summon a giant version of his head that psychically damages opponents with visions of a better life.
- I Am the Noun: His famous "I am the senate!" line his one of his taunts.
- Limit Break: "UNLIMITED MEME POWAH!!!" He shock his opponent with force lightning then send two visions of star wars characters saying a memetic quote.
- Mechanically Unusual Fighter: He's the third character to have the "Boss" playstyle, after Jameson and Codec Snake.
- Shock and Awe: He's based on one of the most infamous users of this power. He uses it in his Final Smash.
- Summon Magic: His Down B allow him to summon 3 different characters including: Mace Windu, an hologram of Ki-Adi-Mundi and the here's the "here's the blockade" guy from The Phantom Menace.
- Too Important to Walk: His entrance animation is Anakin carrying him while he sit on his chair.
- Wounded Gazelle Gambit: His down-tilted Neutral B make him lay on the ground with a deformed face while saying "I'm too weak!". Any opponent affected by the Nathalie Portman vision will damge themselves if they attack Sheev while he's on the ground because they will feel bad for attacking a weak old man.
- Words Can Break My Bones
- "Dew it!"
PyronPYRON FINALLY DOES IT!
The dumbest character from the dumbest 1990's video game cartoon, in all his lovingly foolish glory.
- Source: Darkstalkers
- Energy Beings: He's an anthropomorphic embodiment of fire energy.
- Having a Blast: Many of his normal attacks summon Koosh Bombs out of nowhere.
- Miles Gloriosus: Has the ego to call the earth his planet, yet gets easily scared whenever he's faced with any actual threats on it.
- No Mouth: Though he still talks as if he has one.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He's thinks extremely highly of himself, though nobody else really knows about him very well.
Mephiles & Fegelein
- From the same universe as Madotsuki and Yomika.
- Nap-Inducing Speak: Make opponents fall asleep by talking about diabeetus.
- Standard Status Effect: Puts people to sleep with his speech.
- Wall of Text: A vocal version.
- Dance Battler: His dance forces all nearby opponents to start dancing and become putty in his hands.
- Drives Like Crazy: Finishes his performance by driving straight into a wall or into the stage's KO boundaries.
- Mass Hypnosis: See above.
- From the same universe as Tommy Wiseau.
- From the same universe as The King.
- From the same universe as Dr. Robotnik.
- From the same universe as IM Meen.
- From the same universe as Mama Luigi.
- From the same universe as AVGN.
- Improbable Weapon User
- Instrument of Murder: His guitar.
- Shock and Awe: There is lightning striking his guitar before he starts swinging it.
- From the same universe as Nostalgia Critic.
- Hypocritical Humor: Asks for some change while he's throwing his money away.
- Improbable Weapon User: He launches coins.
- Mysterious Middle Initial
- From the same universe as Leonidas.
- Combat Medic: He is a doctor, after all.
- The Slow Walk
- Take Our Word for It: After creeping up to an opponent, the screen goes dark as he beats them.
- Auto-Revive: During a team match, he can bring back a defeated team mate who has already lost all their stocks.
- Bilingual Bonus: His speeches aren't subtitled.
- Combat Medic: He can both attack and revive.
- Drunken Master
- Make Me Wanna Shout FUUAAAAHH!!!
- Painfully Slow Projectile
- Powerup Letdown: The rock only does 1% of damage with little knockback.
- Take That!: Its icon is represented by a turd.
- From the same universe as Don Ramon.
- Final Boss: Of old Classic Mode videos.
- Giant Hands of Doom: You only fight his hand.
- Physical God: Pretty much depicted as one.
- Willfully Weak: You only fight his left hand at a ridiculously small fraction of his power.
- Worthy Opponent: He appears to consider the player one, whenever he is beaten in Classic Mode. Upon defeat, Chuck Norris simply gives the player and character a thumbs up.
A green cyclopian creature that inhabits a cave in Hyrule, and he hates light. Fought with King Harkinian and I.M. Meen.
- Boss Corridor: The two/three empty rooms leading up to the caves exit.
- Collapsing Ceiling Boss: He periodically boasts a Mighty Roar, which sends down boulders from the ceiling.
- Eye Pop: Does this after eating boulders.
- Eye Scream: Implied after getting defeated.
- Feed It With Bombs: Rocks, actually.
- Giant Hands of Doom: His only direct attack is swiping his giant hands at you.
- Go for the Eye: Attacking Glutko's eye after he eats a boulder is the way to damage him.
- I Ate WHAT?!: Glutko automatically eats a boulder if you throw one at his mouth while he roars, which causes his eye to pop out in extreme discomfort.
- Puzzle Boss
- Roar Before Beating
- Stationary Boss: He never moves away from the center of the screen.
- Who Dares?: Quotes Ganon's line from the end of Wand of Gamelon.
A genie summoned from a cartridge of the SNES version of Aladdin by the Irate Gamer. Fought with the Nostalgia Critic.
- Big "WHAT?!": What he says when he's defeated.
- The Dragon: To Irate Gamer
- Our Genies Are Different
- Reptiles Are Abhorrent: He can summon a snake.
- Special Effects Failure: The Special Effects involving the Game Genie are intentionally bad, since it's making fun of Irate Gamer's Special Effects department.
- Stuff Blowing Up: Because of course he's centered around explosions.
- Tactical Suicide Boss: He's only vulnerable when he departs from his smoke cloud to punch you, which happens routinely.
- Wake-Up Call Boss: His attacks deal big damage with very fast speed, and he attacks you even while you're trying to chip away at his hefty health, suddenly Glutko seems alot less complicated in comparison.
The gateway from the sewers to the Windmill World in Madotsuki's dreams.
- Dies Wide Open
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: He's very large and very red.
- Just Eat Him / I'm a Humanitarian: He will try to swallow Madotsuki whole, which results in a One-Hit Kill as he catches her in his mouth and goes offscreen
- Load-Bearing Boss: It inexplicably explodes after getting defeated, which causes the nearby land to inexplicably explode as a result.
- Puzzle Boss
- Roar Before Beating
Scratch and Grounder
Two Advanced Badniks created by Dr. Robotnik to aid him with his plans. Fought with Leonidas (both) and later I.M. Meen (Scratch).
- Abnormal Ammo: Grounder throws pumpkins.
- Co-Dragons: To Dr. Robotnik in the Subspace Emissary.
- Combination Attack
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: Scratch has a crotch cannon that he fires projectiles out of during the fight in Final Forest.
- Drop the Hammer: One of Grounder's attacks.
- Dual Boss: The first time, you fight both of them at the same time.
- Feathered Fiend: Scratch
- Flunky Boss: Scratch summons Rollers to attack the player.
- Not-So-Harmless Villains: Compared to their source material.
- Recurring Boss: Scratch is fought alongside Grounder in Sparta, but is fought again by himself in Persian Forest.
- This Is a Drill: Grounder
- Time-Limit Boss: Scratch, again.
- Took a Level in Badass: Scratch is a lot tougher when he's fought a second time.
The Persian Army's messenger, he enacts revenge against Leonidas about their last encounter.
- Boss Banter"No man threatens a messenger!""This is madness!"
- Bullfight Boss
- Cool Horse: He rides one during the fight.
- Death by Irony: As he runs away from Leonidas, his horse accidentally knocks him down a well.
- Disney Villain Death
- The Dog Bites Back: He wants revenge for Leonidas kicking him into the pit.
- Flunky Boss
- Mad Bomber
- Puzzle Boss: The only way to make him stop is by duping a Persian Archer to fire a flaming arrow at the wooden rod at the middle of the arena, giving a player a chance to damage him.
- Pre Ass Kicking One Liner / Shout-Out: "Remember me?"
- Villain: Exit, Stage Left: After Leonidas defeats him, he speeds away on his horse. Unfortunately, he meets his end when his horse accidentally knocks him down a well.
The Dragon to Bison, he invades Guertana Gallery and clears out the visitors there with other Shadaloo soldiers. Fought with Guile and Ib.
Legend of Zelda Enemies
Enemies infesting the outskirts of Hyrule and the dense Lost Woods.
- Airborne Mook: Big Poes.
- Helpful Mook: A Deku can stun the Skull Kid with its spits, which is the only way to have Skull Kid vulnerable to your attacks.
- Homing Projectile: Big Poes fire home-in on opponents.
- Night of the Living Mooks: Big Poes are dead souls.
- Playing with Fire: Big Poes can fire flaming souls at their enemies.
- Smash Mook: Wolfos.
- Super Spit: Dekus spit rocks at you.
Led by King Xerxes, they make up part of the Subspace Army forces.
- Annoying Arrows: Persian Archers.
- Blade on a Stick: Persian Spearmen.
- Mad Bomber: Persian Bombers toss smoke grenades.
- Playing with Fire: Persian Torchers.
- Timed Mission: The first part of the Persian Forest stage involves killing 20 Persians under 50 seconds. Failure results in the tree collapsing on top of the player, which is a One-Hit Kill.
Yume Nikki Enemies
Beings from Madotsuki's dreams which don't take very kindly.
- Mini-Boss: The Flovag is the sole enemy of an ambush, and it requires a specific strategy to damage it.
- Mook Bouncer: Lunatic Toriningens teleport you to the beginning of the forest maze when they touch you.
- Personal Space Invader: The Vomit Ghost and Nausea Ghost both deal consecutive damage to Madotsuki after being touched, up until theyre defeated.
- Savage Setpiece: Normal Toriningens won't attack unless attacked themselves.
- Unique Enemy: Mad Wig only appears in one room in Madotsuki's Dream.
Robots created by Dr. Robotnik to attack the heroes, alongside the Persian Army.
- Adaptation Name Change: Burrobot's name was changed to "Pirated Grounder" for some reason.
- Airborne Mook: Buzz Bombers fly and assault the player with bullets.
- Boss in Mook Clothing: Dragon Breath, who serves as a mini-boss in Final Forest.
- Drop-In Nemesis: Dragon Breaths entrance attack is to charge at you very quickly without warning, which results in high knockback, killing at a decent percentage.
- Giant Enemy Crab: Crab Meat, though it's smaller than most examples.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Dragon Breath is immune to any attack thrown at him... or at least would be, if he didn't throw those wood clubs.
- Ramming Always Works: Motobugs have a charge attack.
- The Spiny: Spikes can cause Collision Damage with their spiky bodies.
- This Is a Drill: Burrobots can drill out of the ground and pop up to attack.
The criminal organization led by M. Bison, rivaled in the eyes of Guile and the Street Fighters.
- Faceless Goons
- Frickin' Laser Beams: the Shadaloo Guards' only method of attack.
- Joke Character: Even by enemy standards, they easily die with one hit, they can't even hit small characters.
A group of ghost hunters led by Carlos Trejo.
- Motorcycle Fu: Cazafantasmas Bikers, per their namesake, attack by driving on motorcycles.
- Shock and Awe: Some Cazafantasmas Bikers drop devices that produce a shock similar to Campo Electromagnetico.
Headless StatuesStatues that try to attack Ib.
- Chromatic Arrangement: Red, Yellow, and Blue respectively.
- Losing Your Head: They were made headless. It doesn't slow them down.
- Puzzle Boss: A regular enemy example, as they can only be damaged by Ib's painting that are the same colors as them.
- Unique Enemy: Theyre only fought in a single room of Guertena Gallery.
Residents of a small town in France that're very strong fans of Gaston.
- Angry Mob Song: They sing this during Gaston's final smash, where he denounces one of his opponents as "The Beast".
- Fastball Special: Gastons Up B involves his fans throwing him upwards (downplayed since they technically just throw a chair Gastons suddenly sitting in), and Gaston can deal damage to opponents on his way down.
- Gullible Lemmings: Gaston can convince his fans that ANYONEs a beast, whether it be a galactic senate or a little girl.
- Men of Sherwood: None of Gaston's fans show themselves vulnerable to attacks.
- Torches and Pitchforks: Carries them during Gastons Final Smash.
- Distracted by the Sexy: Most of the fighters literally get stunned after being exposed to Mikurus figure.
- I Have Boobs, You Must Obey!: Exploited by Haruhi, who can grope her to mentally stun her enemies in battle.
- Reluctant Fanservice Girl: Her defining In-Universe trait, where she just so happens to turn on most of the cast (usually due to exploitation by Haruhi) despite feeling highly uncomfortable about it.
Employee of the Daily Bugle, also Spider-Man, who has conversations with John Jonah Jameson Jr. about getting the latest scoop on the opponent of interest.
- Butt-Monkey: Get's constantly fired or gets into trouble during his photoshoots.
- The Cameo: Appears in one of J.J. Jameson's defeat animations, where he is being scolded by his boss.
- Redshirt Reporter: He gets sent to take pictures of Mary, and things don't go very well for him.
The sandbag of this game; appears in Classic Mode's bonus stage.
- Butt-Monkey: Only exists to be beaten up.
- Shout-Out: He, paired with his stage, is highly reminiscent of the bonus stage where you beat-up a car in Street Fighter.
- Stepford Smiler: Keeps smiling even though his body is being torn to bits.
- Take That!: His appearance as a sandbag is one big Take That towards the singer himself, his serie logo is even a turd.
The mighty king of Persia, who sends an army to deal with Leonidas and his 300 Spartans.
- Bald of Evil: He has no form of hair on his head.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: With Dr. Robotnik, sometimes.
- Boss Subtitles
- King Mook: Of the Persian enemies in Subspace Emissary.
- Psycho for Hire: Xerxes was hired by the Ancient Minister and/or Ganondorf to attack Sparta.
- Scary Black Man: His actor's skin was darkened for his performance in the original film.