- Jul 23, 2022
3. Monika (Self-vote)
3. Monika (Self-vote)
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Do you have names for these supers in mind?1. Monika would summon Sayori, Natsuki, and Yuri all together to make a welcome party for one or more of the fighters by making cookies, pulling up piles of manga, and tons of pencils. But Sayori would accidently trip onto of the stuff they were making which caused a series of accidents where everything falls down into the fighters, ending it with the girls sighing but smiling in the end.
2. Monika will begin to write a poem and attempt to send it directly to the player beyond the screen itself. Only for it to causes glitches that affects the other fighters and knocking them back with some hard damage. All while Monika looked embarrassed with herself and laughed it off with a smile.
3. Finally, Monika decided to hold nothing back and decided to go directly the game's code and/or files in a attempt delete the other fighters. If on low damage, it will deal an ton of damage but won't be KO'd. However. if their damage is high enough. They will be immediately be removed from the battlefield which cause them to lose a stock and such.
Job #247:Submissions are closed!
- Monika's alt job will be repeated today.
- Please vote for the Classroom's music here.
- The Mansion will be the bonus stage by default. Congratulations to Justoneguyhere1999 !
Job 247 (cont.): Submit alternate costumes for Monika!
Job 250: Submit three super moves for Monika!
Job 251: Submit six music tracks for the Mansion!
Submissions close tomorrow afternoon!
I will reuse my submission for Zero.Alright I will nominate the Beheaded, no wait I already submitted him, then I will nominate Saffr- I also already nominate her, hmmmm......
Alright I know who submit.
From Katana ZERO
Zero is the protagonist of the game "Katana Zero" a mysterious samurai mercenary who makes use of a drug called Chronos that gives him future vision-like abilities where he can try different paths for accomplish his mission until find the correct way. Katana ZERO is a cool af game with great music and a interesing story that I can't stop to recommend more, seriously, the team has even a FREE DLC with a duration more or less half the whole base game (they where silent for the moment, but who knows we already get Cuphead's DLC, so this could happen).
In terms of the stage...
HOTEL MURDOWERThe Hotel Murdower is one of the firsts stages of the game and is very iconic, in the Hotel Murdower we will fight in the different floors of the hotel being transported to the superior floor by a elevator, the last place is the penthouse and unlike other type of stages here you will be in the penthouse until the end of the match. Like in Katana ZERO there would be items such has bottles or knives that can be grabbed and launched has projectiles.
DLC CHARACTER #2: Madotsuki(Yume Nikki)
Yume Nikki(aka Dream Diary) is one of the best known indie titles from Japan and Madotsuki is also the main character of that game who controls the dream world which will be neat for a unique moveset
DLC STAGE #2: Madotsuki's Apartment
This is based on the one floor apartment that Madotsuki lives in. It may seem boring at first but then the dream world starts to flood to the real world
Resubmitting Candyman from Lethal League.Job 188:
Candyman (Lethal League)
Candyman (Lethal League)Candyman is one of playable characters from 2014 Indie fighting game Lethal League, which it also got a 3D remake called Lethal League Blaze in 2018.
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Who is the Candyman?
Candyman is a tap-dancing dandy with big yellow head and he uses his cane to hit the ball. His special ability is changing the chemical composition of certain objects to give them strange and odd properties due to his mutation.
He’s jazzy, expressive and crazy. Always enjoying himself too.
(Fun Fact: Did you know that his vocie actor is actual creator of Trollface meme?)
Lethal League is little bit niche indie game comparing to others like Undertale, but it's also a cult classic among it's fans. Candyman is one of most popular LL character and Lethal League should deserves to have a proper representation in Allstar Strife as playable fighter.
His moveset would be borrowed from Lethal League game and he would also have original attacks in game. His main gimmick would be his ball. He uses his ball as projectile to attack the opponents, but if he loses it, he uses his melee attacks only
(Although he could spawn the ball as his shield special just like Anton).
Also one of hisnSupers would be similar to MinMin's ARMS rush, where he summons other LL characters to attack the opponents.
I nominate Candyman from Lethal League as fighter, because he would represent Team Reptile's indie game Lethal league, which it wasn't represented as fighter.
Why Candyman as Fighter:
Also his moveset would be quirky and unique for a indie fighting game.
Also I'll include it because the song "Ain't nothin' like a funky beat" was made by Hideki Naganuma, who composed this banger.
I forgot that I wanted to present you a song that would appear in his DLC pack (Not submitting by the way). It was composed by Hideki Naganuma (aka FUNKY UNCLE):
Room 21 is a stage introduced in the original Lethal League and reappeared in Blaze version. The stage is a padded room, appearing to be mental asylum. This stage is home to Candyman because of his insane nature.
The layout of this stage would be flat stage like in the real game. It doesn't include any cameos since it would be a prison.
When the character hits the wall of the room, the alarms will flash red, making the room appear red (the walls can be broken).
Okay, you can all tell me if this isn't elegible for whatever reason, but I think this would be an exceptionally cool concept to see in a game like this - even if I'm not 100% certain of the specific character to include. Nonetheless, no hard feelings if this isn't allowed due to the circumstances of its creation.Submissions are closed! Monika's Pen, as submitted by Justoneguyhere1999 will be used by default!
Job 244: Submit a fighter + stage for DLC Pack #7!
Please submit a fighter and a stage from their series to appear as the focus of our seventh DLC pack! Since this is the start of our second DLC season, all characters are now back on the table for all submissions! Submit whoever you want!
Submissions close tomorrow afternoon!
As much as I like the SCP Foundation, I do want to focus on indie games which started out as games as opposed to web works. As such, I don't think I can accept this one.Okay, you can all tell me if this isn't elegible for whatever reason, but I think this would be an exceptionally cool concept to see in a game like this - even if I'm not 100% certain of the specific character to include. Nonetheless, no hard feelings if this isn't allowed due to the circumstances of its creation.
Character Name: D-9341
Character Origin: SCP - Containment Breach (2012)
Based on the the collaborative wiki project known as the SCP Foundation, notable for its melding of concepts such as science fiction, cosmic horror, and urban fantasy, SCP - Containment Breach is probably the best known game based on the world. Notably, whilst an indie game based on a seperate property would usually be disallowed, I think there's a good case for this specifically on the basis of it being based on SCP - which is notably a collaborative effort that is in the Creative Commons, thus not really being "owned by a company" per-se.
D-9341 is the generally blank slate you play as in SCP - Containment Breach, but I think I've come up with an interesting way to represent the project as a whole - specifically, D-9341 would be able to fight with various SCPs that exist within the series. For context, SCPs are the term given to basically any weird or paranormal object or being in the series, which can range from immortal monsters, to bouncing balls that break the laws of physics, all the way to jackets with a surplius of arms inside! Overall, his moveset would mostly consist of using some of these weird and unusual SCPs (as well as perhaps an ability or two from some humanoid SCPs if needed?) The reason I'm suggesting D-9341 as opposed to a more notable character is because D-9341 actually comes from a game - plus, D-Class are more commonly used for SCP testing, so it's more likely a D-Class would be using SCPs in this way.
As for his actual stage, that's quite an interesting one to me:
Stage Name: Site-19
Stage Origin: SCP - Containment Breach (2012, for all intents and purposes)
Site-19 is by far one of the largest individual compounds which the SCP Foundation own and work from within, though I'd personally like to suggest that this specifically takes place in Site-19's break room and cafeteria. Essentially, this is because it'd be the best place to include a wide variety of both characters and objects of note (such as SCP-294, a vending machine that can vend anything in a cup, or perhaps Dr. Jack Bright, an immortal scientist who can transfer his body around.) The stage itself could work a little like one of the segmets of Garreg Mach Monastery, with fighters being able to stand on tables and occasionally even having SCPs come onto the stage that might need to be batted away. (I'm suggesting primarily SCP-682 for a stage hazard - its nature of being practically invulnerable would make it an interesting threat to have to deal with.)
I think that having this "series" present would give us tons to pull from for additional content such as items, companion card assists, buddies and cards - considering the sheer list of SCPs alone is over 8,000 entries long and growing every day, not to mention other notable individuals like Dr. Alto Clef or perhaps introducing MTFs such as Alpha-9 - overall being a great series and piece of media to represent. Nonetheless, if I need to change it up, it's not a worry!
That's all good! Sorry to be a bother with it - I've got a more traditional pick in mind, though!As much as I like the SCP Foundation, I do want to focus on indie games which started out as games as opposed to web works. As such, I don't think I can accept this one.
(mentioning scp-294 is based, though; it's one of my favorites)
After a bit of research, here’s what I’m ruling.Is roblox elegible?