• The Metagame documentary is a finalist in three awards this year. You can vote for it on the Esports Awards.

  • Welcome to Smashboards, the world's largest Super Smash Brothers community! Over 250,000 Smash Bros. fans from around the world have come to discuss these great games in over 19 million posts!

    You are currently viewing our boards as a visitor. Click here to sign up right now and start on your path in the Smash community!

Torgo the Bear
Reaction score
1,699

Profile posts Latest activity Postings About

  • Day 4 of creating a Generations gameplay route for each Smash character!​
    In a hypothetical Super Smash Bros. game with a story mode, the villain somehow manages to summon the Time Eater from Sonic Generations. Using it's power, the Smashers are all flung into their own versions of White Space, where they must team up with past versions of themselves (or future versions in some cases) to explore many locations from their past, collect all seven Chaos Emeralds, and defeat the Time Eater to escape.

    In each character's route, I will go over the gameplay styles for both the Classic and Modern versions of each character, every Level (or whatever else they may have) on their quest, and what they must do in order to acquire Chaos Emeralds. Some of these will be slightly more descriptive than others, either because it will be necessary to do so or just because I'm more familiar with some franchises than others. I will attempt to release one of these daily until I've passed through all 86 characters on the Smash roster, going in order of official Fighter Number.

    Day 4: Samus
    Classic Samus follows the gameplay of Super Metroid, while Modern Samus follows the gameplay of Metroid Dread. Instead of individual levels, the two Samuses will explore a large interconnected map featuring locations from every Metroid game that have been mashed together. Both Samuses have different abilities they can collect around the map, so swapping between them (which is done at Save Stations) is necessary to complete their objective...which is to locate all of the Seven Bosses and collect the Chaos Emeralds they guard.

    The areas that make up the map include:
    • Brinstar (Metroid)​
    • Phase 2 (Metroid II)​
    • Wrecked Ship (Super Metroid)​
    • Restricted Laboratory (Metroid Fusion)​
    • Phendrana Drifts (Metroid Prime)​
    • Chozodia (Metroid: Zero Mission)​
    • Ing Hive Temple (Metroid Prime 2)​
    • Vesper Defense Outpost (Metroid Prime Hunters)​
    • Phaaze Sanctum (Metroid Prime 3)​
    • Pyrosphere (Metroid: Other M)​
    • Excelcion (Metroid Prime: Federation Force)​
    • Phase 6 (Metroid: Samus Returns)​
    • Hanubia (Metroid Dread)​

    The Chaos Emeralds are guarded by seven Bosses who hide out in different parts of the map. The Bosses are:
    • Ridley​
    • Kraid​
    • Mother Brain​
    • Metroid Queen​
    • Dark Samus​
    • Sylux​
    • Raven Beak
    After all the Emeralds are collected, the Samuses can activate superforms and access the Final Area, where the Time Eater resides. After defeating it, the Samuses have to escape the area before it self-destructs...
    Day 3 of creating a Generations gameplay route for each Smash character!​
    In a hypothetical Super Smash Bros. game with a story mode, the villain somehow manages to summon the Time Eater from Sonic Generations. Using it's power, the Smashers are all flung into their own versions of White Space, where they must team up with past versions of themselves (or future versions in some cases) to explore many locations from their past, collect all seven Chaos Emeralds, and defeat the Time Eater to escape.

    In each character's route, I will go over the gameplay styles for both the Classic and Modern versions of each character, every Level (or whatever else they may have) on their quest, and what they must do in order to acquire Chaos Emeralds. Some of these will be slightly more descriptive than others, either because it will be necessary to do so or just because I'm more familiar with some franchises than others. I will attempt to release one of these daily until I've passed through all 86 characters on the Smash roster, going in order of official Fighter Number.
    Day 3: Link
    Classic Link follows the traditional top-down Zelda gameplay while Modern Link directly copies Breath of the Wild. Instead of playing through a set of levels like the previous two characters, the Links will get to explore a full map made up of various areas from the Zelda series that have been mashed together. The player will swap between the two Links in specific areas in order to progress. Each dungeon provides a new item for Classic Link, but only some of them provide new runes and skills for Modern Link.

    As stated before, the Links explore a full map made of mashed up locations from throughout the series. There is one dungeon from every mainline Zelda game located near a town or something from that game. The areas and their respective dungeons are:
    1. Old Hyrule & Level 1 (The Legend of Zelda) - Classic Link gets the Boomerang, Modern Link gets the Magnesis Rune​
    2. Rauru Town, Parapa Desert, and Parapa Palace (Zelda II) - Classic Link gets the Lantern, Modern Link gets the Stasis Rune​
    3. Kakariko Village and Thieves' Town (A Link to the Past) - Classic Link gets the Bow, Modern Link gets the Cryonis Rune​
    4. Mabe Village and the Color Dungeon (Link's Awakening) - Classic Link gets the Bombs, Modern Link gets the Remote Bomb Rune​
    5. Death Mountain, Goron City, and Dodongo's Cavern (Ocarina of Time) - Classic Link gets the Hookshot​
    6. Great Bay, Zora Coast, and Great Bay Temple (Majora's Mask) - Classic Link gets the Bunny Hood, Modern Link gets Mipha's Grace​
    7. Lynna City (Oracle of Ages) / Subrosia (Oracle of Seasons) / Room of Rites (Linked Game) - Classic Link gets the Shovel​
    8. Talus Cave (Four Swords) - No associated locations, Classic Link gets the Mole Mitts, Modern Link gets Revali's Gale​
    9. Forsaken Fortress (Wind Waker) - No associated locations, Classic Link gets the Deku Leaf​
    10. Palace of Winds (Four Swords Adventures) - No associated locations, Classic Link gets the Fire Rod​
    11. Mt. Crenel and Cave of Flames (Minish Cap) - Classic Link gets the Gust Jar, Modern Link gets Daruk's Protection​
    12. The City in the Sky (Twilight Princess) - Classic Link gets the Spinner​
    13. Bellum's Ghost Ship (Phantom Hourglass) - No associated location, Classic Link gets the Bombchus​
    14. Snow Realm and Snow Temple (Spirit Tracks) - Classic Link gets the Ice Rod​
    15. Lanayru Desert and Lanayru Mining Facility (Skyward Sword) - Classic Link gets the Beetle, Modern Link gets Urbosa's Fury​
    16. Skull Woods (A Link Between Worlds) - Classic Link gets the Sand Rod​
    17. Riverside (Tri Force Heroes) - Classic Link gets the Magic Hammer, Modern Link gets the Master Cycle Zero​
    18. Hyrule Castle (Breath of the Wild) - Both Links get the Master Sword​

    The Chaos Emeralds are all hidden throughout the map, and must be earned by participating in special challenges. The challenges are, in no particular order:
    • Crossbow Training
    • Bombchu Bowling
    • Rhythm Challenge (Based on Cadence of Hyrule)
    • Digging Game
    • Balloon Fight (Inspired by Tingle's Balloon Trip)
    • Horde Battle (Based on Hyrule Warriors)
    • Loftwing Race
    After getting all the Emeralds and clearing all the dungeons, the Links gain access to the Time Eater's dungeon, which is located in the exact center of the map. Upon entering, the Links activate superforms and use them to fight through an extra challenging dungeon that culminates in a battle with the Time Eater! Be sure to keep collecting rupees so the superforms don't disappear!
    Day 2 of creating a Generations gameplay route for each Smash character!​
    In a hypothetical Super Smash Bros. game with a story mode, the villain somehow manages to summon the Time Eater from Sonic Generations. Using it's power, the Smashers are all flung into their own versions of White Space, where they must team up with past versions of themselves (or future versions in some cases) to explore many locations from their past, collect all seven Chaos Emeralds, and defeat the Time Eater to escape.

    In each character's route, I will go over the gameplay styles for both the Classic and Modern versions of each character, every Level (or whatever else they may have) on their quest, and what they must do in order to acquire Chaos Emeralds. Some of these will be slightly more descriptive than others, either because it will be necessary to do so or just because I'm more familiar with some franchises than others. I will attempt to release one of these daily until I've passed through all 86 characters on the Smash roster, going in order of official Fighter Number.

    Day 2: Donkey Kong
    Classic DK plays just like in the original SNES Donkey Kong Country trilogy, complete with the Tag-Team mechanics! This means that it is technically possible to complete all the Classic levels without using DK...meanwhile, Modern DK plays just like in Tropical Freeze. In it, DK has two hearts, and gets two more (plus a new ability) whenever he gains a partner. The partner Kongs that may appear include Diddy, Dixie, Kiddy, Tiny, and Cranky. The specific partner Kongs available vary between levels...

    Now, as for the abilities available to partner Kongs, I will only describe the ones that haven't been seen in games before...
    • Modern Kiddy Kong makes DK heavier, reducing his jumping height while also allowing him to create mini-earthquakes whenever he lands from a jump or fall.
    • Classic Tiny Kong plays just like Dixie Kong, except she's able to shrink on special panels. She uses her original design from Donkey Kong 64.​
    • Modern Tiny Kong gives DK her shrinking ability on special panels. She uses her modern design as of Diddy Kong Racing DS.​
    • Classic Cranky Kong controls roughly the same as Scrooge McDuck in DuckTales for the NES.​

    World 1:
    1. Jungle Hijinxs (Donkey Kong Country) - Barrels contain Diddy Kong​
    2. Big Ape City (Donkey Kong Land) - Barrels contain Diddy Kong​
    3. Lockjaw's Locker (Donkey Kong Country 2) - Barrels contain either Diddy or Dixie​
    4. Classic Boss Battle! King K. Rool (Donkey Kong Country) - Features Diddy Kong​
    World 2:
    1. Krazy Kremland (Donkey Kong Land 2) - Barrels contain either Diddy or Dixie​
    2. Kremwood Forest (Donkey Kong Country 3) - Barrels contain either Dixie or Kiddy​
    3. Great Ape Lakes (Donkey Kong Land III) - Barrels contain either Dixie or Kiddy​
    4. Classic Boss Battle! KAOS (Donkey Kong Country 3) - Features Dixie Kong​
    World 3:
    1. Angry Aztec (Donkey Kong 64) - Barrels contain either Diddy or Tiny​
    2. Strawberry Kingdom (Donkey Kong Jungle Beat) - No Barrels are found​
    3. K. Kruizer III (DK: King of Swing) - Barrels contain Diddy Kong​
    4. Modern Boss Battle! Cactus King (Donkey Kong Jungle Beat) - No Partners​
    World 4:
    1. Toybox (DK: Jungle Climber) - Barrels contain either Diddy or Dixie​
    2. Sunset Shore (Donkey Kong Country Returns) - Barrels contain Diddy Kong​
    3. Fruity Factory (Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze) - Barrels contain either Diddy, Dixie, or Cranky​
    4. Modern Boss Battle! Lord Fredrik (Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze) - Features Diddy Kong​

    Every level based on a mainline Donkey Kong game features a secret exit hidden somewhere...is it in the Classic or Modern version? You'll have to explore to find out! If you find the secret exit, you'll unlock a Bonus Stage featuring a special challenge for a Chaos Emerald. The challenges are:
    1. Jungle Hijinxs: Rambi Challenge (Collect all the bananas on a timed obstacle course with Rambi the Rhinoceros)​
    2. Lockjaw's Locker: Enguarde Challenge (Collect all the bananas on a timed obstacle course with Enguarde the Swordfish)​
    3. Kremwood Forest: Swanky's Sideshow Challenge (Beat a full set of Swanky Kong's mini games, including trivia, target practice, and more!)
    4. Angry Aztec: Mine Cart Challenge (Clear a traditional hardcore Mine Cart level)
    5. Strawberry Kingdom: Donkey Konga (Clear a rhythm minigame featuring the DK Bongos)
    6. Sunset Shore: Rocket Barrel Challenge (Clear a hardcore Rocket Barrel level)
    7. Fruity Factory: Temple Challenge (Clear a hardcore Temple level)
    After collecting all seven Emeralds, the two DKs can achieve their superforms and battle the Time Eater! They must make good use of their Kong allies, who get cheap ripoff superforms in a similar manner to Tails and Knuckles in Sonic Heroes.
    I was going to upload my Day 2 of making a Generations Route for every Smash character, but my computer is acting up and my phone just DOES NOT let me make posts that long on SmashBoards. So I’ll have to skip it today. Hopefully, I’ll be able to get it up tomorrow…

    Edit: Found a workaround. I'll get that up...
    Day 1 of creating a Generations gameplay route for each Smash character!​
    In a hypothetical Super Smash Bros. game with a story mode, the villain somehow manages to summon the Time Eater from Sonic Generations. Using it's power, the Smashers are all flung into their own versions of White Space, where they must team up with past versions of themselves (or future versions in some cases) to explore many locations from their past, collect all seven Chaos Emeralds, and defeat the Time Eater to escape.

    In each character's route, I will go over the gameplay styles for both the Classic and Modern versions of each character, every Level (or whatever else they may have) on their quest, and what they must do in order to acquire Chaos Emeralds. Some of these will be slightly more descriptive than others, either because it will be necessary to do so or just because I'm more familiar with some franchises than others. I will attempt to release one of these daily until I've passed through all 86 characters on the Smash roster, going in order of official Fighter Number.

    Day 1: Mario
    Classic Mario follows the traditional 2D Mario platformer mechanics, whereas Modern Mario uses 3D gameplay. More specifically, Classic Mario plays like the Super Mario Bros. style in the Super Mario Maker games, while Modern Mario plays like he does in Bowser's Fury. Most levels will feature powerups as well...some powerups are special and can only be found in certain levels! In Classic Mario's levels, the goal is always a Flagpole, while Modern Mario's goal will change to match the level...he may be searching for Power Stars, Power Moons, Shine Sprites, or Cat Shines sometimes!

    Considering Mario's vast history, he has one of the largest routes out of every character in the game!
    World 1:
    • Construction Site (Donkey Kong)
    • The Sewers (Mario Bros.) - Not so much a level as it is a minigame. You have to clear a set number of Mario Bros. stages to pass.
    • Demolition Site (Wrecking Crew) - Same as the Sewers, only with Wrecking Crew.
    • Mushroom Kingdom (Super Mario Bros.)
    • Lost Underground (Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels)
    • Subcon Desert (Super Mario Bros. 2)
    • Classic Boss Battle! Bowser (Super Mario Bros.)
    World 2:
    • Airship (Super Mario Bros. 3)
    • Chai Kingdom (Super Mario Land)
    • Ghost House (Super Mario World)
    • Mario Zone (Super Mario Land 2)
    • Fairy's Forest (Mario & Wario) - Actually not a minigame level, instead featuring an original pair of levels inspired by Mario & Wario.
    • Clash Tower (Mario Clash) - Another minigame level
    • Classic Boss Battle! Wario (Super Mario Land 2)
    World 3:
    • Sunken Ship (Super Mario RPG)
    • Cool, Cool Mountain (Super Mario 64)
    • You vs Boo! (Super Mario Bros. Deluxe) - You can only pass this level if you finish it before Boo does...
    • Mount Rugged (Paper Mario)
    • Noki Bay (Super Mario Sunshine) - F.L.U.D.D. appears in this level! Modern Mario uses him the whole time, while Classic Mario gets to use him as a powerup.
    • Woohoo Hooniversity (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
    • Modern Boss Battle! Cackletta (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
    World 4:
    • Twilight Town & Creepy Steeple (Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door)
    • Goomboss's Lair (Super Mario 64 DS)
    • Shroob Castle (Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time)
    • Monty Mountains (New Super Mario Bros.)
    • The Underwhere (Super Paper Mario)
    • Gusty Garden Galaxy (Super Mario Galaxy)
    • Modern Boss Battle! Major Burrows (Super Mario Galaxy)
    World 5:
    • Pump Works (Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story)
    • Penguin Playground (New Super Mario Bros. Wii)
    • Supermassive Galaxy (Super Mario Galaxy 2)
    • Pixel Skies (Super Mario 3D Land)
    • Golden Shores (New Super Mario Bros. 2)
    • The Bafflewood (Paper Mario: Sticker Star)
    • Classic Boss Battle! Paper Gooper Blooper (Paper Mario: Sticker Star)
    World 6:
    • Painted Swamplands (New Super Mario Bros. U)
    • Dreamy Mount Pajamaja (Mario & Luigi: Dream Team)
    • World Bowser (Super Mario 3D World)
    • Course World (Super Mario Maker) - This level constantly switches between the four game styles, and features a variety of platforming challenges inspired by Mario Maker creations.
    • Doop Doop Dunes (Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam)
    • The Emerald Circus (Paper Mario: Color Splash)
    • Modern Boss Battle! Motley Bossblob (Super Mario 3D World)
    World 7:
    • Yamamura's Challenge (Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS) - Similar to Course World, except Yamamura will give you challenges that must be met in order to earn Dragon Coins and Star Coins.
    • Airship Runway (Super Mario Run) - This level forces you to run nonstop.
    • New Donk City (Super Mario Odyssey) - Cappy appears in this level! Modern Mario uses him the whole time, while Classic Mario uses him as a powerup.
    • Ninji's Super World (Super Mario Maker 2) - Same idea as Course World, although the SM3DW style is in this one...
    • Shogun Studios (Paper Mario: The Origami King)
    • Lake Lapcat (Bowser's Fury)
    • Modern Boss Battle! Ruined Dragon (Super Mario Odyssey)

    Each level (except for the minigame ones) contains three Dragon Coins (in Classic) and three Star Coins (in Modern). If all of these are collected in a World, that World's Bonus Stage opens up! Each Bonus Stage is a Mario Kart race on an iconic track. If you win, you get a Chaos Emerald! The tracks you'll race on include:
    1. SNES Mario Circuit 1​
    2. N64 Toad's Turnpike​
    3. GBA Sky Garden​
    4. GCN DK Mountain​
    5. DS Waluigi Pinball​
    6. Wii Moonview Highway​
    7. 3DS Rainbow Road​
    Once all seven Emeralds have been earned, you can challenge the Time Eater! In battle, the Marios take on Superforms and tackle a bunch of platforming challenges that alternate between 2D and 3D, halting every so often to get a chance to attack the Time Eater! I hope you've learned how powerups work to make it out alive...and don't forget to keep collecting coins, or else the Superforms will disappear!

    I don't know how likely it is I'll be able to keep this up, but I'm gonna try. See ya next time with Donkey Kong!​

    I know there aren't nearly as many iconic female characters in video games, but I still think Smash could use a few more girls...
    Tankman from Newgrounds
    Tankman from Newgrounds
    Sheik should he Female and Steve & Alex could be Either.
    Janx_uwu
    Janx_uwu
    Geno Boost Geno Boost disagree because ROB is referred to with male pronouns (I think) and Mega Man is given the appearance of a 10 year old boy.
    The only thing I'm confused on is Steve being in neither. Is that because of Zombie/Enderman?
    Torgo the Bear
    Torgo the Bear
    I put Sheik in "ambiguous" because, while she is officially female, the point of her disguise is to pretend to be male, and many characters have confused her as a male. Even in the Palutena's Guidance conversation for Sheik, Palutena and Viridi keep calling Sheik a "he" and it leads Pit to question if there's a new timeline where Sheik actually is a man. So, I wasn't really sure where I should actually place her... (And, although it did not affect this ranking here, I also headcanon the OoT Zelda as a transmasc, so I personally believe Sheik is male.)

    As for R.O.B. and Mega Man, they are both definitely canonically male. And it has been canonically confirmed that ALL living creatures in Minecraft do not have genders at all, including Steve and Alex.
    I really want to see another Zelda game with Din, Nayru, and Farore's designs from the Oracle games (and Minish Cap)

    My most wanted newcomers for a future Smash game, specifically just enough to bump the roster up to 100 total characters if Squirtle, Ivysaur, Charizard, Pyra, and Mythra are featured as individual fighters. Sora used to be on this list...but now that he's actually here (still can't believe it!), his spot has been claimed by Eggman.
    Note that Octoling is an echo of Inkling, and Gothitelle is Gardevoir's echo.​
    Heyo dude!
    Wassup? Good day or Bad Day?
    • Like
    Reactions: Doc Monocle
    Torgo the Bear
    Torgo the Bear
    Eh, I just check the profile posts section a lot tbh. I love the profile posts because it just reminds me of Miiverse...

    I don't do much else on here...I'm not good at maintaining threads. If I end up missing an update for any reason, I end up finding it real hard to return to it...
    Tankman from Newgrounds
    Tankman from Newgrounds
    Tankman from Newgrounds
    So, Life still beats U up?
    Or what? I bet everything's alright, because I'm gonna remind you that I don't know who won the KFAD 3.
    Dude, did you forgot about Silvagunner KFAD vol.3?
    That thread is really empty as Electronic Arts CEO's Head or even Cookie Jar when you ate all your cookies.

    Even Abondoned to the dust. Could your take it more seriously than leaving it for no reason!?
    I always have and always will prefer 2D animation and pixelated sprites to anything with 3D models. There’s just something more fun about them to me. Not that 3D stuff can’t be good and 2D stuff can’t be bad, though.
    S
    StoicPhantom
    3D can be good in video games if done correctly, but I don't think I've seen anything outside of them that I could definitively say that I would prefer 3D over 2D. It seems to take a very high budget to produce anything good and often times the aesthetics clash with the medium.

    Like anything that I would define as "generic WoW models" are pretty much garbage that 2D would be much better than. They're usually pretty low budget and low effort affairs that also try to make things "realistic" and you got a lot of drab and boring colors and aesthetics that aren't really video game aesthetics. Japan seems to be better at mixing "realistic" 3D with aesthetics more suited to video games, but only those with larger budgets like Square Enix or Nintendo.

    Anything outside video games is pretty much 2D > 3D. Even large budget operations like Pixar still look eh to me. Like, I'd take any animated Disney movie over anything Pixar related.
    Janx_uwu
    Janx_uwu
    what are the last two games in the images? They look really cool.
    Wario Wario Wario
    Wario Wario Wario
    Tembo the Badass Elephant and Demon Turf.
    Just a reminder that there is an official game where Donkey Kong plays the bongos to these songs and many more like them:
    Ok, first off, I have no idea what kind of theories people are already throwing out, so this may not be new.

    So...I'm starting to think that Ralsei actually is Asriel. Like, Kris's actual brother Asriel. Now, there's tons of obvious stuff of course...he clearly looks like Asriel, his name is an anagram of Asriel...yeah, we all know that. But, there are some other interesting things introduced in Chapter 2.

    First up, the bedroom Ralsei made for Kris looks suspiciously similar to the one Kris has in the Light World, only without all of Asriel's stuff...second, Ralsei is able to travel to other Dark Worlds without freezing, which Lancer and Rouxls couldn't do because they "weren't compatible." Now, counterpoint to that one, Ralsei's Dark World is hospitable for all Dark World residents so I guess if he really is from there that could explain why he can go to the other ones...but if that's not the case, then I think he could have survived there because he's actually a Lightner.

    The other thing I find mildly suspicious is...how did Ralsei get to the other Dark World? Lancer and Rouxls only got there because they stowed away in Kris's "Pants Hole," but Ralsei definitely did not do that. I think that if Ralsei is actually a Lightner, then he may have simply travelled there himself just like Kris and Susie did, which he totally could have gotten away with thanks to the, uh...traffic conditions outside...

    But now you're probably thinking, how could this be possible if Asriel is at college? Well, I think it could be possible that he actually never went. Maybe he actually found the Dark World instead and he's been there the whole time. Kris and Susie don't seem to recognize him, sure, but...well...we know Kris doesn't really say anything, and Susie may not know Asriel or care enough to have known him. And keep in mind that the Castle Town was empty before we brought everyone in. Maybe all of this is a trick, and Ralsei is actually our enemy...? He does have his own Fountain, right...?

    I'm probably just overthinking stuff. But hey, it's still something to think about until we get Chapter 3 in like 8 years from now.
    Flashback to the time in 1st grade when somebody actually managed to convince me that you could unlock a ton of Sonic characters in Mario Super Sluggers
    I really don't know why, but I love seeing Mario Kart get tracks based on other games, while I don't like seeing it get playable characters from other games.

    The exception is R.O.B.. He needs to come back.
    Yiptap
    Yiptap
    Now THIS is a "hot take" that I agree with.
    Glubbfubb
    Glubbfubb
    Plus Kirby had his own cult classic racing game so we have some tracks to transplant as retro tracks like big blue and excitbike
    Wario Wario Wario
    Wario Wario Wario
    I kinda wish "1 quirky retro per game" became the standard for Mario Kart post-DS.

    Also Sonic. Those are the only crossovers Mario Kart needs: Sonic and some hyper obscure Nintendo character 80% of the people who play the game will think is a Mario character until they seem them or their Spirit in Smash. Take them or leave them.
    Useless fact: There are only 11 Smash characters who have officially appeared in Lego form:
    :ultmario::ultluigi::ultyoshi::ultbowser::ultbowserjr::ultpiranha::ultsonic::ultsteve::ultalex::ultzombie::ultenderman:
    As far as I'm aware, the only other video game franchises to officially appear in Lego form are Portal, Angry Birds, and all the arcade games they used in Lego Dimensions. I'm also pretty sure Mega Man was planned for the cancelled third year of Dimensions, too...
    I was imagining a Mario Party game with boards based on other Nintendo games - as one does - when I suddenly came up with a genius idea for a board: Clock Town from Majora's Mask.

    Every three turns, the Moon will crash down and someone will play the Song of Time to send it back...but this means that everyone on the board will be sent back to the start. So you'll have only three turns to try and reach the star each time...However! You can find owl statues in various places around the board. If you pay an owl statue, you will be allowed to teleport to it once per three-day-cycle (which counts as using an item on your turn). You can have access to all the statues on the board, but you can only teleport to one of them per cycle...plus, access to a statue is a little more expensive than buying a star. But you'll definitely still want to get at least one statue so you don't always have to start from the very beginning all the time.

    Maybe its a bit complex, but I actually really like this idea...
    BonafideFella
    BonafideFella
    I really like it! I imagine the board would be a little smaller to account for travelling across the town to reach the Owl Statues?
    Torgo the Bear
    Torgo the Bear
    Well...I figured it would have to be a fairly large board, cause it would have to be big enough that you wouldn't always be able to feasibly reach the star in three turns (it could still end up close to the start, but...).
    There's gotta be a real incentive to pay for the statues, ya know...
    I leave SmashBoards for a few hours and suddenly everybody's being turned pink?

    Hey, I'm the one with a pfp of Muffet. I'm the one who should be turning people pink/purple...
    you ever just really want to post something stupid but can't think of anything at all?
    Every so often, somebody actually manages to temporarily convince me that Smash could benefit from using content from the old cartoons...
  • Loading…
  • Loading…
  • Loading…
Top Bottom