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Characters in the Super Smash Bros. fangame Super Smash Bros. Crusade.


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Super Mario Bros / Sub-series

    Mario 
  • Fireballs: Uses his Fire Flower-granted fireballs for his neutral-B. These bounce along the ground but are a fairly standard projectile otherwise.
  • Human Hammer-Throw: His back throw has him wind up his opponent with a few spins and then throw them, much like in Super Mario 64's Bowser fights. In reference to this, using Mario's back throw on Bowser himself sometimes has him exclaim "So long, King Bowser!"
  • Shotoclone: Has equivalents for the Hadouken, Shoryuken, and Tatsumaki in his Fireball, Super Jump Punch, and Mario Tornado.
  • Spin Attack: As opposed to FLUDD which has been his canon down-B since Brawl, Mario retains the Tornado from 64 and Melee as his down-B in this fangame.
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    Luigi 
  • Shock and Awe: His Fireballs are changed to lightning balls in reference to the Thunderhand from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga.
  • Shotoclone: By virtue of having similar specials as Mario, he functions as an alternative base Shoto for the game.
  • Weapons That Suck: As of the 0.9.4 update, Luigi uses his Poltergust for his grab. Not the Suction Shot he uses in Ultimate, but the actual vaccuum, complete with a windbox.

    Peach 

    Toad 
  • Promoted to Playable: In canonical Smash games, he only functions as an Assist Character to Peach. Crusade makes him fully playable with the best of them.

    Petey Piranha 
  • Blow You Away: He can use his leafy arms to create tornadoes that forcibly bring the opponent closer to him.
  • Man Bites Man: Many of his attacks have him biting with his large Piranha Plant mouth. His Down-B in particular has him take an opponent into his mouth, chew on them, then spit them out.
  • Promoted to Playable: Merely a boss in Brawl, and as of Ultimate, a Final Smash for Piranha Plant, Crusade makes him a full-fledged playable character.
  • Sticky Situation: His neutral-B lets him spit a blob of goop on the stage, impeding movement of opponents standing on it for a short time and dealing Damage Over Time.
  • Video Game Flight: He has five midair jumps and can even float like Peach thanks to his leaf arms.

    Bowser 
  • Breath Weapon: Can breathe a stream of fire as per canon.
  • Truer to the Text: Albeit only aesthetically. His voice clips use his Voice Grunting from the Mario games and spin-offs as opposed to the stock grunts used in canon.
  • Use Your Head: For his forward-Smash, he delivers the massive headbutt from Melee and Brawl as opposed to his dropkick from 3DS/Wii U. Notably, it uses a Dragon Ball Z "heavy hit" sound, making it one of the few non-Goku attacks to use this effect.
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    Dr. Mario 
  • Divergent Character Evolution: In addition to some divergence brought in from Ultimate such as his new back throw and down-air, his up-B uses a custom variation of the Super Jump Punch from 3DS/Wii U with fire properties while his Dr. Tornado has ice properties. The 0.9.4 update additionally diverges his and Mario's voice clips, with many of Mario's coming from his various games while Doc retains the voice used in the canon Smash games.

    Waluigi 
  • Dance Battler: His down-Smash as of the 0.9.4 update has him do the splits while doing a disco point and holding a rose in his mouth.
  • I Know Madden Kombat: In tribute to his debut in the original Mario Tennis, some of his attacks use his tennis racket. His neutral-B even consists of him serving a tennis ball.

    Geno 
  • Action Commands: In line with his home game and rest of the Mario RPGs, most of his attacks do more damage if the A or B button is pressed at the right time. Thankfully, the inputs and timings are indicated by a button prompt over Geno's head.

    Goomba 
  • Armless Biped: Goombas have no arms; only legs.
  • Game Mod: Originated as such from the fan community before being brought into Crusade's official build with the 0.9.4 update.
  • Growing Wings: His Up-B has him grow the wings of a Para-Goomba, granting him four additional midair jumps.
  • Mini Mook: His neutral-B has him toss out Micro Goombas as a projectile. Much like Olimar's Pikmin, they latch onto the target and do Damage Over Time briefly.
  • Shockwave Stomp: His down-Smash has him don the Goomba's Shoe, then do a stomp, sending shockwaves to either side.

    Donkey Kong 
  • Truer to the Text: Much like Bowser, his voice clips as of 0.9.4 update uses his voice from his own games and the Mario spin-offs as opposed to his stock animal grunts in canon.
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    Yoshi 

    Wario 
  • Cool Bike: Rides his Wario Bike as his Side-B. Much like the canonical games, he drops it on the stage and he must mount it there or it must be destroyed or despawned to summon another one.
  • Foe-Tossing Charge: Much like in Brawl, he has his signature shoulder-first tackle for his forward Smash. As of the 0.9.4 update, Wario additionally runs forward while doing the move, making it Truer to the Text in a different way than his Dash Attack as of Ultimate.
  • Ground Pound: Does his for his down-aerial. As of the 0.9.4 update, a landed down-aerial has him exclaim "Butt Smash!" from Mario Strikers Charged.
  • Inflating Body Gag: His Up-Special used to be Puffy Wario from the Wario Land games. This was done away with in the 0.9.4 update, where it's the Corkscrew used by Wario in the canonical Smash games.

    Ashley 
  • Parasol Parachute: Her up-aerial has her pull out an umbrella, allowing her to float slowly downwards for a short time.

    Weegee 
  • Ass Kicks You: Shakes an oversized rump forward for his rapid jab.
  • The Bus Came Back: He was removed from the game for some time since the developers wanted to improve his sprite-work. He eventually returned in full for the 0.9.4 update.
  • Dash Attack: He charges forward with an axe to swing overhead. The 0.9.4 update now allows him to keep charging forward with the axe in hand while holding the button, swinging the axe upon letting go of the button.
  • Deranged Animation: Weegee Invokes this style in his updated 0.9.4 animations, which contrast heavily with the otherwise lacking animation he had before. As shown here, the differences are night and day.
  • Divergent Character Evolution: Subverted. Earlier versions have him as a toggle option occupying the same slot as Luigi, but he is still a drastically different character even back then.
  • Easter Egg: Having Weegee perform his taunt next to his Side Special summon, they'll not only react, but perform a brief Spooky Dance.
  • Eldritch Abomination: As he is based on the invokedMemetic Psychopath depiction found in YouTube Poop, he's portrayed in a sinister light. Most prevalent in both his updated character art, with him casting a sinister stare towards the viewer while surrounded by bits and pieces of himself separate from his otherwise intact body.
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You:
    • His character art, where he sports a sinister wide-eyed stare to the viewer.
    • His Loss Screen is the more subtle example; at first he will clap for the victor like all others, but then suddenly stop after a while, face the screen, then approach until they're next to the victor, still facing the screen.
    • His Victory Screen has him simply standing in place facing the viewer, only to fall through the ground, then shortly after-ward, suddenly be right up in the camera view with his ominous stare.
  • Jump Scare: Wait on his victory screen for a little bit after the 0.9.4 update and Weegee's face will cover the screen in a very frightening manner.
  • Limited Animation: Early versions feature most of his animations in his otherwise static memetic pose until the update that overhauls almost everything about him.
  • Reality Warper:. His updated intro animation has him walk out of a glitchy tear in the fabric of reality.
  • Shout-Out: Being an entity of invokedMemetic Mutation, Weegee features a lot of references in his move-set, typically of sources often use in YouTube Poops Especially in his updated appearance.
    • His old intro involves him kicking aside a mustachioed Squidward.
    • Two references to the Moonwalk. His old walk cycle being his running cycle, just backwards, and his updated dodge-roll being a more direct reference, complete with eyes being obscured by his hat.
    • His grab pummel has a different array of stock sound clips play for each individual pummel. Including, but likely not limited to:
    • After finishing his rapid jab Weegee briefly transform into a Big Chungus for the end-lag.
    • Neutral air turns them into a likeness of Giygas's true form.
    • His old Down Special has him turn suddenly turn into a Pokéball ...before suddenly exploding into a KABOOM.
    • One of his Palette Swap's turns them purple with deep black eyes with white pupils.

The Legend of Zelda

    Link 

    Toon Link 
  • Cool Sword: Wields the Master Sword.
  • Divergent Character Evolution: To separate him further from Link, he has two new specials: his up special is the Deku Leaf, which he can use to glide or blow enemies with air, and his down special is a Bombchu, which crawls on the ground unlike Link's bombs.

    Ganondorf 
  • BFS: Uses his sword from the SpaceWorld demo for many of his attacks. The 0.9.3 update in particular adds many more sword moves to his repertoire, whereas his canon moveset as of Ultimate limits it to his Smash attacks.
  • Casting a Shadow: Has several darkness-elemental attacks as per Smash tradition. Notably, he has a new rapid jab involving his "waves of darkness" from Ocarina of Time, which has a very long range compared to most jabs.
  • Choke Holds: His Flame Choke Side-B is his only special that is unchanged from his canonical Smash moveset.
  • Goomba Stomp: His down-aerial, being his only aerial not changed from his canonical Smash moveset.
  • Ground Punch: If done in the air, his down-special becomes his ground punch from Ocarina of Time. He charges his fist with electricity and drops downward, punching the ground, with the shockwave stunning the foe. His down-tilt is also changed to this, albeit darkness-elemental instead.
  • Power Floats: His walk and run have him float off the ground, showing off his magical power. His up-B and neutral-B also have him float freely for a limited time.
  • Shock and Awe: His Up-Smash has him strike his sword with lightning a la Demise, and his neutral-B is his infamous, fan-demanded Dead Man's Thunder, where he charges up a collection of lightning balls and throws them downward.
  • Sphere of Power: His neutral aerial has him cover his body in a sphere of dark energy.
  • Sword and Fist: While Ganondorf's moveset as of the 0.9.3 update emphasizes his magic and swordplay much more, he still keeps a few of his brawling attacks.
  • Truer to the Text: In response to criticism of his canonical moveset being The Artifact, Ganondorf's moveset is heavily altered to be closer in spirit to his portrayal in the Zelda series, to the point it's barely recognizable from the canonical Smash games.

    Tingle 

Pokémon

    Pikachu 

    Pichu 
  • Moveset Clone: As per usual, it's a lighter yet slightly stronger Pikachu with a self-damage gimmick.

    Jigglypuff 
  • Resting Recovery: Unlike the canonical Smash games, Jigglypuff's Rest can heal damage as it does in the proper Pokémon games.

    Mewtwo 

    Lucario 
  • Bad with the Bone: The 0.9.3 update changes its tilts to be based on Bone Rush, letting it create bones of aura to whack opponents.
  • Comeback Mechanic: Much like in the canonical Smash games, Lucario gets more powerful as it takes more damage as part of its "Aura" mechanic. Unlike those games, Crusade offers the option to turn it off.

    Snivy 

    Heracross 
  • Game Mod: Originated as such from the fan community before being brought into Crusade's official build with the 0.9.4 update.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: The method to unlock it is to break one of the Beehives from Banjo-Kazooie. This references the species's love for honey according to the Pokédex.

Kirby

    Kirby 
  • Power Copying: Unlike the canonical Smash games, Kirby's Inhale only uses abilities from his own series rather than the neutral-B of every character.

    Gooey 

    Meta Knight 

Metroid

    Samus 
  • An Ice Person: As of the 0.9.4 update, her Up-Smash has ice properties in reference to her Ice Beam in the Metroid series.

    Zero Suit Samus 
  • Put on a Bus: While present in earlier builds, she was cut from later updates so that the development team could bring her spritework up to par. She is still planned to return in a later update.

    Ridley 

Earthbound / Mother

    Ness 
  • PSI Blast: His Final Smash is his signature PK Rockin' from EarthBound instead of the PK Starstorm that he never uses canonically.

    Lucas 

    Porky 
  • Spider Tank: Based on his depiction from Mother 3, an aged Porky rides around in a bed attached to a spider mecha.

Star Fox

    Fox 

    Falco 

    Krystal 

F-Zero

    Captain Falcon 

Sonic the Hedgehog

    Sonic 

    Tails 

    Knuckles 

    Shadow 

Street Fighter

    Ryu 

    Evil Ryu 

    Chun-Li 
  • Hurricane Kick: Two of them: her upside-down Spinning Bird Kick for her Side-B, and her rising Tenshoukyaku for her Up-B recovery.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Brings her signature Hyakuretsu Kyaku/Lightning Kick for her jab.

Other

    Saki 

    Mega Man 

    Mach Rider 
  • Cool Bike: His Side-B, similar to Wario, has him ride on his Mach Bike attempting to ram into opponents. Unlike Wario, he simply pulls the bike out of Hammerspace
  • More Dakka: His Neutral-B has him use his trusty Machine Gun to rapid-fire bullets. Like Fox's blaster, opponents can't be flinched by it, but unlike Fox's blaster, it can be held down for continuous fire.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: His Down-B, Mach Kick, has him unleash a flurry of rapid-fire kicks at the opponent.

    Phoenix Wright 

    Duck Hunt Dog 

    Rayman 
  • Floating Limbs: As usual, his hands, feet, and head have no connection to his torso.

    Bomberman 

    Ristar 
  • Rubber Man: Liberally takes advantage of his stretchy arms in his attacks; in this game this extends to his legs as well.

    Snake 

    Mr. Game & Watch 

    Olimar 

    Ice Climbers 

    R.O.B. 

    Little Mac 
  • Stance System: Albeit only selectable from the character screen. His default mode is Crusade-original by virtue of him appearing there before his canonical Smash debut, but he does have an alternate mode based on his moveset in the canonical Smash games.

    Pac-Man 
  • Ground Pound: Uses his signature Butt Bounce from the Pac-Man World games for his down-aerial. As per said games, hitting the ground with this attack causes him to bounce right back up as high as his jump.
  • Rolling Attack: Uses his Spin Dash-esque Rev Roll from the Pac-Man World games for his Side-B.
  • Truer to the Text: While Pac-Man in the canon Smash games makes use of a mishmash of elements of classic Namco arcade games, Pac-Man in this fangame is instead primarily based on his incarnation from the Pac-Man World games.

    Crash 

    Klonoa 

    Goku 

    Shantae 
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Her Neutral-B allows her to take on different forms: Monkey (Side), Elephant (Down), and Harpy (Up).

    Nega-Shantae 
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Performs this on the fly in her normal moves, in contrast to Shantae who uses Neutral-B to transform.

    Marth 
  • Composite Character: His character select "modes" amount to this. His default mode is "Tipper", but he also has "Spread" and "Centered" modes based on Lucina and Roy respectively. The latter even extensively changes his moves to more resemble Roy's.

    Agumon 
  • Super Mode: As time passes, he builds up a Digivolution meter, which can be sped up by using his down-B. Using his down-B again when it's full allows him to Digivolve to Greymon, who has more powerful attacks. He eventually reverts back to Agumon as the meter depletes.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He is unlocked by picking up a meat Food item, a reference to his love of meat.

    Tetromino 
  • Pretender Diss: Getting Kirby's O-Tetromino Stone transformation, summons the real deal after the fight is over, allowing you to unlock it upon its defeat.
  • Spin Attack: Due to its source game involving spinning Tetronimoes into place, many of its attacks involve spinning around.

    Black Mage 

    Sukapon 
  • Floating Limbs: His hands, feet, and head have no connection to his body.
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