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Smashboards Creates: Pop Culture Clash

AlRex

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What on Earth is this? Well, this is another hypothetical game project thing, but it has perhaps the most expansive subject any of them have had. A fighting game centered around pop culture in general. It'll play mostly like Smash, but we can discuss potential gameplay differences in a bit, as well. We’re still sticking to fictional characters, and likely not stepping into outright offensive territory, but other than that, the selections should be pretty broad and varied. Most of the gameplay and other methods of including things (characters, stages, items, assists, some gameplay modes). The roster will be separated into 8 sections/medium types.

-Comics
-Cartoons
-Anime/Manga
-Live-Action TV
-Live-Action Movies
-Books
-Video Games
-Misc. [broad, basically anything that doesn’t fit under/originate from those other sections]

I’m going to have four majorly iconic characters to start out this roster, and then we’ll have two voting jobs to start out. Setting these up right now, but a lot of them have nothing for the moment. Don't worry about it, they'll be updated later.

Specials are like Smash, Neutral, Forward, Up, and Down. We also have Shield + Special for certain special mechanics/abilities of certain characters.
The ground and Aerial Attacks will be like they are in NASB, with Lights and Strongs.
The Final Smashes are Leveled Supers. Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3, with a meter bar at the bottom.
Damage will work the same as Smash or NASB, by percentages, with higher percentages sending foes flying further out of the arena.
Generally, you’d just have to submit the main four Specials and the three Supers, though you can mention these other things.

  • Ladder Mode [Think Smash Ultimate Classic Mode + the towers in early Mortal Kombat games]
  • Adventure Mode [Structured like Melee's with levels/enemies based on the source materials included, but with cutscenes/a rough storyline similar to Subspace Emissary, and map with branching paths for your character(s)/team to go on, similar to Smash 3DS's Classic Mode]
  • Versus Mode
  • Training Mode
  • Enemy Frenzy [Smash Run-esque mode]
  • PCC Jam [A mode that simulates basketball, with the characters still fighting each other, of course. The characters will fight on a large platform with two hoops on each end, knocking each other around, but rather than the main goal being trying to knock each off the stage (though you can do that, I suppose), the main goal is to knock the other player(s) into the hoop opposite your side. There will be teams, though you can just have 2 players instead of 3, 4, etc. Other hazards can exist, mostly cannons will show up that can launch foes a certain distance. Basically, it will be a formally scored version of this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3PgjpX0Ts8 , but with added effects and voice lines from NBA Jam (I.E. "He's heating up! He's on fire!" "Boomshakalaka!"). There will be timers, usually, much like basketball, or you can play on "HORSE" mode, where you simply play until you or the other player scores five points, or five letters, spelling the word "HORSE", in case you haven't heard of that game before.]

Beat Up A Car [similar to Street Fighter II and Final Fight]

This game has options for multiple narrators. Right now the options are:
Joel Robinson, Tom Servo, and Crow T. Robot (Mystery Science Theater 3000)
Don LaFontaine
Wiz and Boomstick (DEATH BATTLE)
The French Narrator (SpongeBob SquarePants)

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Superman
Series:
Superman/DC Comics
Original Medium: Comics
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Mickey Mouse
Series:
Disney/Mickey Mouse
Original Medium: Cartoons
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Goku
Series:
Dragon Ball
Original Medium: Manga/Anime
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Sailor Moon
Series:
Sailor Moon
Original Medium: Manga/Anime
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Mario
Series:
Mario
Original Medium: Video Games
Sonic the Hedgehog
Series:
Sonic
Original Medium: Video Games
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Kermit the Frog
Series:
The Muppets
Original Medium: TV
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Darth Vader
Series:
Star Wars
Original Medium: Movies
RoboCop
Series:
RoboCop
Original Medium: Movies
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Dracula
Series:
Dracula
Original Medium: Books
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Santa Claus
Series:
Christmas
Original Medium: Folklore
Ronald McDonald
Series:
McDonald's
Original Medium: Advertising

  1. Superman
  2. Mickey Mouse
  3. Goku
  4. Sailor Moon
  5. Mario
  6. Sonic
  7. Kermit the Frog
  8. Darth Vader
  9. RoboCop
  10. Dracula
  11. Santa Claus
  12. Ronald McDonald

Superman is always floating slightly above the ground when walking or dashing, and he does have temporary bursts of flight he can do when airborne, but, although he’s one of the most powerful well-known characters out there, we don’t want to make him broken. He pulls his punches a lot, anyways. So, for the overall play style, I think he has great mobility, can get people out from long range, and generally acts to get the foe off the stage quickly, but isn’t necessarily looking to devastate them, unless you feel you have to and you build it up.

Neutral Special: Heat Vision. It’s a long, thin, concentrated laser beam that can be slowly angled while in use. This can rack up multiple hits of damage, and slightly stuns after use, but can only be used while standing still, and while it can be used to set up for another attack, it will also leave Superman open to some damage himself. If you hold it down and charge it up, you can release a massive burst of heat vision, like ROB, which deals even heavier damage and a good amount of knockback, but you’ll have a slight cool down period afterwards. Don’t worry too much about leaving yourself open, Superman is strong and pretty hard to get rid of.

Up Special: Guided Flight and Glide.
Superman will fly upwards in any direction you tilt the control stick. After which, he’ll have a descent in the air, floating somewhat slowly downwards. What’s interesting about this, however, is that you can connect this to aerial attacks, leading to aerial combos rather than the descent.

B Forward: Super Breath
Superman lets out a big gust of wind from his mouth, which pushes foes, and even items away, much like the Gust Bellows item in Smash. However, if you charge this, you can turn it into ice breath, which will freeze a foe in place, as well as dealing a bit of damage.

B Down: Whirlwind.
Superman flies around in circles for a bit before sending out a small scale tornado, which can draw in foes, projectiles, or even items, and send them spinning, then flying outwards as the tornado dissipates.

Shield Special: The S Shield.
This is pretty great. In Superman II, Superman just randomly throws a cellophane shield that can temporarily trap foes. Now, Superman is bulletproof, and pretty-much-everything-that-isn’t-Kryptonite-or-a-red-sun-or-magic-proof, but we can’t have him be immune to everything in this game, but he does have a tool to defend and capture from projectiles. While he can throw the S shield temporarily capture foes, setting them up for a follow-up, Superman can also throw this to stop an oncoming projectile. However, while this is out, you can’t toss out another one until it has faded away.

Supers
Level 1 is the X-Ray Combo. Superman briefly scans a foe with his X-Ray Vision, then comes at them with a flurry of punches and kicks that attack their pressure points/weak points that he found.

Level 2 is the Infinite Mass Punch. Basically Superman is shown lifting off from the stage, then flying quickly around the world, before he comes back into the stage and flies into a foe, dealing heavy damage and knockback to a foe, pretty much guaranteed to KO at high percentages.

Level 3 is Superman Prime. Superman flies up into space and dips in the sun for a brief period of time, then comes back down to Earth glowing and golden. For a brief period of time, Superman’s attacks will be even faster, stronger, and charged up with extra energy behind them. Heat Vision and Super Breath will always be super-charged, though in this case, his breath will be fiery. His Whirlwinds will be larger and stronger, and his Guided Flight will be longer. Eventually this will wear off and Superman will be back to normal.

Goku is a fast, strong fighter with an emphasis on long range and aerial combat, much like Superman. He’ll float when he walks, and his dash will involve him Instant Transmissioning a certain distance, which can go into a follow-up attack. Goku mostly attacks with punches and kicks, though for certain moves, he does short range ki attacks, and even brings back the Power Pole from his youth, hitting people with a magic, extending staff.

Goku in this game basically acts as a composite/averaging out of all his various forms and techniques from over the years, using them for a varied moveset with many different utilities. The main drawback to Goku is that for most of his attacks to be their most powerful, it requires charging up, which can leave him open to further attacks. Luckily, Goku can get around and dodge quickly.

Neutral Special: Kamehameha Wave
Pretty much acts exactly as it does in Smash Bros. Crusade, if you’ve played that game.

Up Special: Aerial Instant Transmission
Goku warps forward a short distance, this time tilted to go upward in the air. Goku can immediately follow this with an attack, especially if he ends up near another foe.

Forward Special: Dragon Flash Fist
Goku charges forward with a mighty punch, energy swelling around him. Also effective for further aerial momentum.

Down Special: Explosive Wave
Goku lets out a wave of energy from his body that surrounds him in a dome-like shape that harms foes nearby, as well as destroying incoming projectiles.

Shield-Special: Kaio-Ken Charge
Goku charges up energy, with ki swelling around him. This has to do with a meter that he has on his HUD. It does charge over time while fighting, but you can also have Goku stand there and charge it up, though it will leave him open. This pretty much works how it does in Smash Bros. Crusade, and it will affect his Specials and other attacks similarly, giving them extra damage, and range where applicable.

Supers
Level 1: Meteor Smash

Basically taken from Dragon Ball FighterZ. Goku teleports behind a foe, then elbow strikes them, high kicks them upward, then knocks them back to the ground with a double axe-handle, then finishes off with a downwards Kamehameha.

Level 2: Spirit Bomb
Goku asks for the world to lend him energy as he raises his hands above his head and charges up a massive ball of said energy. Goku leaps up into the air, then tosses this massive energy ball down, heavily damaging anyone caught in the blast.

Level 3: Gogeta/Stardust Breaker & Fall
Vegeta jumps out and fuses with Goku, then we have Gogeta, who will begin his attack with a few blue ki blasts, which, if they connect, will be followed up with a charged up ball of rainbow energy, then finish off with Gogeta leaping up into the air and firing down a giant ki blast made up of multiple smaller ki blasts, barraging the stage with multiple hits.

SPECIALS
Neutral: Moon Scepter Activation
– Sailor Moon spins her scepter as a trail of white energy follows it. If you release the button, it will send forward a white circle of energy resembling a halo. If it hits an opponent, it will wrap around and stun the opponent before bursting into a small explosion that deals slight knockback. This short period of stun time will leave them open for another attack, but not for too long.

Up Special: Fly to the Moon – Sailor Moon spins as she thrusts her wand upward with a white glow surrounding her. She gains an extra, longer jump and a much slower falling speed after she uses this move, though she can’t use it twice in a row.

Forward Special: Moon Tiara Action – Sailor Moon’s tiara glows whitish-gold as she takes it off and throws it straight forward. It spins around and does a couple of hits if it comes in contact with an opponent, then comes back after travelling a mid-range distance, acting much like a boomerang. The individual hits themselves don’t do much damage, but this gives Sailor Moon extra range and a decent combo.

Down Special: Moon Twilight Flash – Sailor Moon’s tiara shines and a white prism of energy shoots out from her tiara directly. This prism is short ranged and only covers the top half of Sailor Moon’s body, but can deflect all projectiles and will knock away any enemies within range.

SUPERS
Lvl. 1: Sonic Cry
– Sailor Moon kneels down on the ground and…cries? Well, it seems these cries are powerful, as they release powerful sonic waves in the air from both her left and right sides, deflecting projectiles and knocking opponents away. She will be stuck in this state for about 8 seconds before calming down and going back to normal, but she cannot move or attack during this time.

Lvl. 2: Rainbow Moon Heart Ache – Sailor Moon raises a staff into the air and charges it, and it eventually glows with pink energy right before Sailor Moon releases a spinning spiral of small pink energy “hearts” from it. The heart spiral travel straight forward and eventually merges into a single large heart that explodes shortly afterwards. It can do quick, light hits of damage as it travels, but obviously does the most damage as the single large heart.

Lvl. 3: Sailor Planet Attack - The original five Sailor Scouts gather into a circle and hold hands, gathering multiple streams of individually colored energy beams that shoot up into the air into one massive, singular energy ball that eventually drops down from the sky and does massive damage to anyone in its path.

Mickey Mouse
Neutral Special: Paint Glob/Pearl

Either a glob of paint that will heavily coat, slow down, and slightly poison a foe over time, or a magical attack that hits the ground before spiking upwards as a pillar of light, which can be charged to send out up to three pillars of light to spike upward along the ground.

Up Special: Cherry Spin
Adapted from both deviantArt movesets linked. To quote from evilwaluigi's version: "Mickey reaches into his pocket and suddenly produces a very large cherry- in one quick motion Mickey spins the cherry then using his entire body latches onto the giant fruit as the leaves on it spin like helicopter rotors lifting Mickey into the sky- these leaves can deal racking DMG if a foe is struck by them. after a distance, Mickey will automatically let go of the cherry rendering him into a helpless state until he touches a platform. Like Snake's Cypher special, the giant Cherry will continue upwards until it has removed itself from the stage- allowing it to deal DMG to enemies even after Mickey has let go of it."

Side Special: My Pal Pluto
"Hiya, pal!" From evilwaluigi:
"Mickey exclaims as his beloved pal Pluto leaps forward if Pluto comes into contact with a foe, Pluto will tackle them pinning them to the ground Pluto playfully licks them- of course because this is smash brothers these licks of affection and playfulness will deal DMG to the foe as will Pluto's initial tackle. players can button mash to shake Pluto off of them, when this is achieved Pluto will climb off the foe and sit for a moment looking pretty pleased before vanishing. if use din the air and Pluto makes contact with a foe Pluto can drag foes down as in a sort of meteor effect."

Down Special: TV Sketch
From evilwaluigi: "Mickey will toss a piece of paper upwards, as it floats down a large old-timey TV will pop out from the paper- once this happens the TV will slam down to the platform below dealing DMG to anyone it strikes on the way down- once its landed, the screen will flicker to life displaying a clip of Steamboat Willie- on the screen the black and white cartoon displays a classic scene of Mickey at the helm of the steamboat he whistles as he steers, once his whistling is done the TV screen goes out and the TV electrifies and then suddenly explodes! any foe that is in a nearby radius of the TV when it lands will become entranced by the TV and get close, laying on their belly the foe places their head in their hands as they watch the enchanting classic cartoon- drawing the foe in so when the TV inevitably malfunctions they are at close range. Mickey can only use one TV Sketch at a time."

Shield Special: Paintbrush/Keyblade
Switches between two of Mickey's most known video game weapons. The Paintbrush has properties that act similarly to certain ink attacks that the Inkling uses in Smash, covering and coating foes, slightly slowing them down and poisoning them over time. The Keyblade will have general magical properties and effects on regular attacks, and generally acts faster for combos.

Level 1 Super: Runaway Brain
Mickey becomes monstrous and more feral in his attacks, becoming stronger and quicker in combos, but also a bit slipperier to control, so be careful.

Level 2 Super: Fantasia
Mickey dons the Sorcerer's Apprentice outfit and summons forth a great big flood that sweeps forward through the stage, sending opponents away. Somewhat adapted from mattdog1000000's version of his Final Smash.

Level 3 Super: Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse
From Yiptap Yiptap , a cutscene Super where various incarnations of Mickey Mouse, ranging from the early black & white version 1920’s version, the first color one in the 30’s, the 50’s one, Musketeer, Sorcerer's Apprentice, Disney World Mickey, Runaway Brain Mickey, King Mickey, the modern shorts Mickey, etc. all come together to perform various attacks before Mickey finishes them off by launching them into the air with a firework that then explodes.

Mario
Neutral Special: Fireballs

To quote from Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario , “virtually the same, however Mario can now run while spawning fire balls and there's less cooldown at the expense of power.”

Up Special: Spin Jump
Quoting again from Wario Wario Wario: "An attacking recovery move than can reflect projectiles. The height of this move is one of Mario's biggest weaknesses, but it's still relatively reliable (or in simple terms, better than SSBU Doc's up B)"

Side Special: Cape
Mario swats this out, which reverses the direction of nearby foes. Decided to switch back to this from Smash and keep the "so long-a, Bowser!" reference to his throws. Unless people want it back. D'oh.

Down Special: Ground Pound
WWW: "Comparable to Yoshi's from our world."

Shield Special: Question Box
This move allows Mario to use a few power-ups that will alter his general moves and properties for a period of time, which come in a general rotation, which he can either hit this again to switch to another one, or taunt or get damaged heavily/KO'd to be rid of. The Leaf from Super Mario Bros. 3 will allow Mario to have greater maneuverability in the air, slower descents, and add extra hits to his combos with tail attacks. The Metal Cap from Super Mario 64 makes Mario generally more durable and harder hitting, but heavier and slower. The Ice Flower, which first debuted in Mario & Luigi and later reappeared in Super Mario Galaxy and became a staple in the New Super Mario Bros. series, changes Mario's fiery attacks to cryokinetic ones, swapping fireballs for Ice Balls. These Ice Balls stun slightly more, and have higher chances of freezing foes at higher damage percentages.

Level 1 Super: Super Hammer
From the MUGEN Mario, we have Mario hitting with a hammer in close-range. If it connects with a foe, Mario will repeatedly bash the foe with the hammer as the classic Donkey Kong music plays, before eventually finishing off by spiking them upward.

Level 2 Super: Mega Mario
Mario gets a big 8-bit mushroom and turns into a giant SMB1 sprite Mario, running around the stage and automatically destroying destructible terrain, pushing items and foes away, and hitting foes with further damage and knockback when he attacks. The only downside of this is that it's hard to control or maneuver in very enclosed spaces.

Level 3 Super: Super Star Rush
From Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario again: Mario turns invincible and dashes forwards. If the move connects, Mario will go into a cutscene where he runs across a 3D landscape made of 2D sprites from Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World, knocking out enemies on the way. The foes caught in the move are knocked back so fast the non-controllable Mario has to chase them to give them a big kick.

Neutral Special: Homing Attack
Retains most of its properties from Smash Ultimate.

Forward Special: Boost
Sonic does his boost move and Dashes straightforward. He can use this in Mid-Air and he has a boost meter taken from the games.

Up Special: Spring Jump
Remains basically unchanged from Smash Ultimate.

Down Special: Spin Dash/Drop Dash
On the ground, acts like a regular Spin Dash, can be charged for further distance and power. In the air, Sonic will curl into a ball and start hurtling towards the ground, though this can be angled. Once Sonic hits the ground, he can either go into a shorter version of the on ground Spin Dash, or he can use it to simply gain momentum for a quick burst of running. The Drop Dash version of the move is mostly inspired by Sonic Mania.

Shield Special: Item Monitor
Rather than another Spin Dash or regular attack, a monitor appears underneath Sonic, sending him slightly upwards as he bounces back down in a ball to break it open. This initial hit can deal a slight bit of damage, but more importantly, this can give Sonic a number of enhancements, mostly shield-based, which can effect his status, as well as add a bit extra to some of his moves. Once a power-up is active, if it is a shield, you can’t use it while the shield is active, but if it is a different power-up, you simply can’t use it for about five seconds.

The power-ups are:
Normal Shield (Chance of appearance: 85%)
Allows one free hit to not damage you. The most basic Shield power-up.

Fire Shield (Chance of appearing: 75%)
Allows one free hit to not damage Sonic, gives a fiery effect to physical attacks. Turns the Spin Dash/Drop Dash into Inferno Dash, where Sonic rushes forward as he turns into a fireball about the size of himself + the Fire Shield. Also dampens damage taken from fire-based attacks.

Bubble Shield (Chance of appearing: 75%)
Allows one free hit to not damage Sonic, can bounce projectiles or enemies simply running into you slightly backwards [no damage from it, though], and allows Sonic to traverse water safely. Also dampens damage taken from water/ice-based attacks.

Lightning Shield (Chance of appearing: 75%)
Allows one free hit to not damage Sonic, adds an electrical effect to physical attacks. Spin Dash/Drop Dash is replaced with Electric Orb, where Sonic kicks off his Lightning Shield, sending it flying forward as a large, electrical projectile for shocking effect.

10 Rings (Chance of appearing: 5%)
Heals Sonic for 10% damage. Nothing much else.

Dr. Robotnik Box (Chance of appearing: 5%)
Deals 5% damage and sends Sonic flying back slightly. This is somewhat risky.

Invincibility Stars (Chance of appearing: 1%)
Basically has the effects of the Invincibility Star item, with a different jingle from Sonic & Knuckles.

SUPERS
Super Move 1: Friends' Help
- Sonic points forward as Tails jumps out, commanding him to grab a foe, lift them up, then drops them from mid-air, after which Knuckles glides in, then uppercuts the foe into the Blast Zone.

Super Move 2: Super Sonic - Sonic turns into Super Sonic, which acts like it does in Brawl and SSB4, where you can control him.

Super Move 3: SEGA AGES Allstars - Sonic does a punch and sends foes into Cinematic Final Smash, where Sonic summons other SEGA characters like Space Harrier, NiGHTS and Alex Kidd to attack foes and after that, Sonic does a final blow with dropkick and KOes the foes, instantly ending his Super Move.


For Kermit’s more “regular” moves, we have him flailing around, including his famous “YAYYYYYY!!!” for some of his upward attacks, and sometimes even ragdolling into foes. One strong attack on the ground seem to involve Kermit falling down for a light hit, but then a mysterious hand punching upward, (Credit for this idea goes to Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario ), while another involves Kermit rapidly typing on a keyboard that suddenly appears in front of him. (Credit: Yiptap Yiptap ) Kermit's grab also involves the use of his frog tongue, though unlike Yoshi, he does not swallow his foes or put them in eggs. I don't think Kermit has ever done that.

Neutral Special: Paper Airplanes
From the Muppets on Game Boy Color, we have paper airplanes, a quick, fast projectile that can be angled in multiple directions. The only drawback to it seems to be that it’s not the strongest, but Kermit can basically send out multiple at once. You can get a bit ridiculous with it, but these projectiles can also be destroyed by fire or energy, so be careful.

Forward Special: Bicycle Ride (from Tankman from Newgrounds Tankman from Newgrounds )
Kermit suddenly appears on his bicycle and dashes forward a short distance, bumping into his opponent for multiple potential hits as he travels along. You can charge this attack to go even further, faster, and stronger. You can also turn mid-ride, and hit into foes, though it will be a bit awkward to control. You can knock Kermit off the bike, and Kermit will fly backwards, but only your initial hit will do Kermit harm, and the bike will seem to disappear shortly after.

Up Special: The Disco Frog (added on from an idea from Oddball Oddball )
Kermit rapidly rockets upward for a decent length, sort of halfway between Luigi’s Green Missile and Super Jump Punch. This is indicated further by a strange, white, glowing outline around Kermit as he is performing the move. Afterwards, Kermit will fall limp in freefall. This can do damage to foes in Kermit’s path, though it can be tricky as a recovery after the initial big jump. This is pretty much inspired by another ability of his from the Muppets Game Boy Color game, as well as the strange, ghostly Kermit that appears in the Sesame Street musical segment of the same name.

Down Special: Special Report (from Oddball Oddball )
Kermit pulls out a microphone and produces a shockwave in short range, attempting to interview his foes but unfortunately getting caught up in the chaos of an attack instead, much like Kermit's own reporter segments on Sesame Street.

Shield Special: Door in a Jar
From Muppets from Space, this works a bit better than it did before. Kermit throws down goop from this jar and a door appears, which can absorb an oncoming projectile, block an attack, or spike a foe. If Kermit presses Shield Special again, he can open the door, which can smack into foes for a follow-up attack.

Supers
Level 1: Kermonster

From Muppet Monster Adventure, Kermit temporarily becomes a giant, buff Frankenstein/Hulk-like monster who gets a heavy increase in strength and durability, making him a fierce foe to deal with.

Level 2: The Studebaker
Basically a stronger version of the bike move, or something like the Kapp’n Assist Trophy, Kermit hops into this truck with Fozzie and rushes forward, hitting into and bringing up to two foes into the truck, then driving forward into the blast zones, after which, foes will be spiked away.

Level 3: It’s Time to Play the Music… (added on w/ideas from Oddball Oddball )
A “Muppet Show” sign comes down, smacking into a foe, and Kermit goes inside it. “It’s the Muppet Show, with our very special guest star, (insert foe here). Yayyyyyy!” Then the sign lifts up, bringing the foe along with it, putting them in a cut scene where a bunch of Muppets rush them from the left, then the right, then finishing off with Crazy Harry detonating a giant explosion that blows the foes away, while Gonzo pops up to play them off with a trumpet in the corner.

Vader uses his lightsaber for regular attacks, and Force pulling and tossing for his grab/throws. He’s a heavy, powerful sword-fighter and Force user, doing well with short range and long range, but being somewhat slow and deliberate in how he attacks and even recovers, basically acting as a cross between some aspects of Mewtwo and certain Ganondorf reworks. Vader's Force attacks will also have a red energy to them, similar to his lightsaber, for balancing and clarity reasons.

Neutral Special: Force Explosion
Vader creates an explosion in front of himself, which deals good damage and knockback. Vader can charge this explosion to be larger and even more explosive, but charging will leave him open.

Up Special: Force Float
Darth Vader uses the Force for an extra jump, then to glide downward for a bit instead of simply falling into freefall. He can choose to cancel out of this with a follow-up attack, as well.

Forward Special: Lightsaber Toss
Vader tosses his lightsaber forward, letting it spin around and dealing potential multi-hitting damage, then pulls it back to himself with the Force. This can also be angled a bit diagonally upward or downward right before it’s sent out, as well.

Down Special: Force Hold
Vader stops a projectile, item, or foe coming right towards him in mid-air, then tosses them backwards as a sort of counter. This deals some damage to a foe as he slams them into the ground right after, which can also spike them away a bit.

Shield-Special: Lightsaber Reflect (From Dan Quixote Dan Quixote )
This move disintegrates general energy based projectiles, and deflects

Supers
Level 1: Stormtroopers

Darth Vader moves out of the way as several Stormtroopers walk onto the stage and start shooting a barrage of lasers throughout the stage. They aren’t specifically aimed, but that’s still pretty dangerous.

Level 2: TIE Fighters
Vader’s TIE Fighter comes down and he jumps into it, then you get a first person view where you can temporarily shoot a few laser blasts down onto the stage.

Level 3: Star Destroyer
Darth Vader pulls a Star Destroyer down and crashes it into the stage, like a slightly larger version of the Majora’s Mask Moon Assist Trophy.

Dracula is one I'd rather do a more generalized approach on, considering the way they're portrayed is way more subjective... He'd probably be a token hit and run, relying on passive damage to actually get the foe to KO percent instead of putting himself at risk for too long...

Neutral B:

Holds palm out, all in a manner that looks like Sephiroth's grab animation... If anyone caught in the pretty small range, they are stuck as Dracula turns into a bat, flies around them, and bites their neck or equivalent part... This then causes the opponent to start walking away from Dracula until they mash out as they would a usual grab... If they pass a certain percentage threshold however, Dracula has free rein of their movements... He can't attack, only movement, as pressing any attack button would end the state as all the shadow that once manifested the opponent now turns into a dark copy of their figure in front of them... This is a shadow clone, only one can be out at a time and they have 35 stamina... They are CPU controlled, and aren't that smart, able to run off ledges and such... Disappear automatically after 8 seconds. Pressing B whilst one is out would have Dracula teleport to exactly where his clone currently was, bursting out of it's body in shadow, destroying it. Full invulnerability allows for safe repositioning.

Side B:

Brief startup period as he manifests into form of wolf, before he then enters a charging phase, which, after releasing, he then pounces to a max of 75% of FD. Inflicts a pretty measly poison effect, doing 2% every second for 5 seconds if it connects, with high knockback growth. Gains power as charged too.

Up B:

Would transform into a bat before charging into any upward cardinal direction, pretty strong, but easy to see coming. Maybe lower fall speed when in this form, and if aerials use bat form, maybe he could have less start up on aerials, but unable to access specials until he hits the ground.

Down B:

Enters a stance that I envision looking like his idle pose as a boss in Smash, with this being a counter. He phases through the opponent and their attack straight forward as he turns to smoke, re-appearing behind them. Allows for free follow-ups which makes it more than just a literal smash counter, and it inflicts a poison effect for 2% every second for 4 seconds. Poison effects don't stack, but can reset if using the same poison move as the what the opponent is currently afflicted with...
Dracula Supers
Level 1
Demonic Dracula:
From the Castlevania games, it'll basically be done like Giga Bowser in Ultimate here, with Dracula turning into a giant, monstrous demon, then attacking from the background of the stage.
Level 2
Castle Dracula:
Dracula causes a giant castle to sprout from the stage temporarily, spiking foes upward. You can fight on it for a bit before it disappears.
Level 3
What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse:
What I'll dub Oddball's idea. Perhaps I'm too heavy on the Castlevania references. :O

Santa
Special: Santa throws a present. After hitting the opponent (or the ground) a random item will pop out
Forward Special: Santa reaches into his toy bag and pulls out one of several random items
1) A Toy soldier. The toy soldier fires a gun
2) A toy robot: The robot continues walking across the screen. It can absorb hits and deals electric damage if touched
3) A toy doll: The doll latches on to anyone it touches, draining health, slowing them, and decreasing their jumping ability
4) A toy train: The train rapidly charges forward
5) A Ball: The ball bounces forward and off walls and platforms dealing damage to anyone it hits

Down Special: Santa laughs and shakes like a bowl full of jelly, reflecting any projectiles thrown at him and deceasing the damage to any attack that hits him
Up Special: Laying his finger to the side of his nose, Santa quickly rises into the sky

Final Smash: Santa zips across the screen back and forth in his sleigh
Santa Claus Supers
Level 1
Naughty or Nice:
Santa will pull out his list, then check it off. If you're on Santa's team, you'll be assigned some random beneficial status effects (giant, invincible, etc.). If you're attacking Santa, you'll be assigned bad status effects (shrunken down, poisoned, etc.).
Level 2
Santa's Workshop:
Santa has the elves attack you with tools, place you on a conveyer belt into a giant present box, then Santa picks you up, flies off, and drops you down a chimney.
Level 3
Sleigh Ride:
Pretty much a combo of what I and Oddball said. Santa zips around the stage with his sleigh. I would just include the reindeer.


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Super Mushroom
Series:
Mario
Original Medium: Video Games
Item Type: Status Boost
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Pokéball
Series:
Pokémon
Original Medium: Video Games
Item Type: Summon
Golden Apple
Series:
Minecraft/mythology
Original Medium: Video Game/mythology
Item Type: Healing
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Lightsaber
Series:
Star Wars
Original Medium: Movies
Item Type: Bludgeoning Weapon
Cornucopia AKA Horn of Plenty
Series:
Mythology/real life?
Original Medium: Mythology/real life?
Item Type: Container/Healing Item
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Noisy Cricket
Series:
Men in Black
Original Medium: Movies
Item Type: Projectile Weapon

Tuxedo Mask
Series:
Sailor Moon
Original Medium: Manga/Anime
Assist Type: Attack/Status Boost
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Angry Birds
Series:
Angry Birds
Original Medium: Video Games
Assist Type: Attack
ED-209
Series:
RoboCop
Original Medium: Movies
Assist Type: Attack
Slimer
Series:
Ghostbusters
Original Medium: Movies
Assist Type: Attack/Status Effect
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Series:
Christmas/Rankin-Bass specials
Original Medium: Book/Song
Assist Type: Distraction

Magikarp/Gyarados
Assist Type:
Distraction/Attack
Jigglypuff
Assist Type:
Status Ailment

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Fortress of Solitude
Series:
Superman
Original Medium: Comics
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Steamboat Willie
Series:
Mickey Mouse
Original Medium: Cartoons
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Yellow Submarine
Series:
The Beatles' Yellow Submarine
Original Medium: Animated Movie
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Planet Namek
Series:
Dragon Ball
Original Medium: Anime/Manga
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World 1-1
Series:
Mario
Original Medium: Video Games
Peach's Castle
Series:
Mario
Original Medium: Video Games
Green Hill Zone
Series:
Sonic
Original Medium: Video Games
The Muppet Show
Series:
The Muppets
Original Medium: TV
The Starship Enterprise
Series:
Star Trek
Original Medium: TV
BBC News
Series:
BBC
Original Medium: TV/Real Life(?)
Night of the Living Dead
Series:
Living Dead
Original Medium: Movies
Wrestlemania
Series:
WWE
Original Medium: Professional Wrestling/Real Life(?)/Video Game
FAO Schwarz
Series:
Real Life
Original Medium: Real Life

Bowser
Series:
Mario
Original Medium: Video Games
Dr. Eggman AKA Robotnik
Series:
Sonic
Original Medium: Video Games
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Cthulhu
Series:
HP Lovecraft mythos
Original Medium: Books

Superman/DC Comics
  1. Parademons (New Gods)
Mickey Mouse
  1. Broomsticks (Fantastia)
Dragon Ball
  1. Saibamen
Sailor Moon
  1. Youma clones
Mario
  1. Goombas
  2. Koopa Troopas
  3. Lakitus & Spinies
  4. Chain Chomps
  5. Wigglers
  6. Bullet Bills & Bill Blasters
Sonic
  1. Motobugs
  2. Crabmeats
  3. Buzzers
  4. Eggpawn
  5. Eggrobo
  6. Caterkiller
Muppets
  1. Yipyip Aliens (Sesame Street)
  2. Goblins (Labyrinth)
Star Wars
  1. Stormtroopers
  2. Clonetroopers
  3. Jawas
  4. Battle Droids
  5. Droidekas
RoboCop
  1. ED-209

Terminator
  1. T-800 units [the skeletal ones, not the fully outfitted Arnold]

Dracula
  1. Medusa Heads (Castlevania)
  2. Skeletons (Castlevania)
Holidays
  1. Deranged Mutant Killer Monster Snow Goons (Calvin & Hobbes)
  2. Jack Frost (Shin Megami Tensei)
  3. Peeps [For Easter]

Superman
  1. Superman Theme (John Williams)
  2. Fleischer Superman Theme
  3. Superman Serial Theme
  4. Adventures of Superman Theme
  5. Superman: the Animated Series Theme
  6. Flight (Man of Steel)
  7. Remy Zero - Save Me (Smallville theme)
  8. Love Theme (Superman) [John Williams]
  9. The Planet Krypton (Superman) [John Williams]
  10. Superman 64 Theme
  11. Superman Theme - Justice League Task Force
  12. Super Friends Theme
  13. Justice League Theme
  14. Justice League Unlimited Theme
  15. Goldfinger - Superman
  16. I'm No Superman - Lazlo Bane [The theme to Scrubs]
  17. O Superman - Laurie Anderson
  18. Kryptonite - Three Doors Down
  19. Superman's Song - Crash Test Dummies
  20. Superman (It's Not Easy) - Five for Fighting
  21. Superman - R.E.M.
  22. Superman - Vinai
  23. Jimmy Olsen's Blues - Spin Doctors
  24. Sunshine Superman - Donovan
  25. Crank That (Soulja Boy) - Soulja Boy
Mickey Mouse
  1. Mickey Mouse Club March - The Mickey Mouse Club
  2. Mickey Mouse Club March (Eurobeat) - DDR Disney Mix
  3. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse theme - Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  4. Macho Duck - Mickey Mouse Disco
  5. Hot Dog - Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  6. DuckTales theme - DuckTales
  7. DuckTales theme - DuckTales 2017
  8. The Moon - DuckTales: Remastered
  9. After Today - A Goofy Movie
  10. Stand Out - A Goofy Movie
  11. I2I - A Goofy Movie
  12. Steamboat Willie - Steamboat Willie
  13. The Barn Dance - The Barn Dance
  14. The Sorcerer's Apprentice - Fantasia
  15. Intro - House of Mouse
  16. Intro - Chip N' Dale: Rescue Rangers
  17. Intro - Darkwing Duck
  18. Main Street Electrical Parade - DisneyLand
  19. It's A Small World - DisneyLand
  20. Grim Grinning Ghosts - The Haunted Mansion
  21. Simple & Clean - Kingdom Hearts
Goku
  1. Makafushigi Adventure - Dragon Ball
  2. Wolf Hurricane - Dragon Ball
  3. Romantic Ageru Yo - Dragon Ball
  4. Cha-La Head-Cha-La - Dragon Ball Z
  5. Zenkai Power - Dragon Ball Z
  6. We Gotta Power - Dragon Ball Z
  7. The Incredible Mightiest VS Mightiest - Dragon Ball Z
  8. Kyoufu no Ginyu Tokusentai - Dragon Ball Z
  9. Rock the Dragon - Dragon Ball Z [USA]
  10. Dan Dan Kokoro Hikareteku - Dragon Ball GT
  11. Welcome to the Grand Tour - Dragon Ball GT
  12. Dokkan Dokkan Paradise - Dragon Ball Z Kai (English)
  13. Dokkan Dokkan Paradise - Dragon Ball Z Kai (Japanese)
  14. Airy First and Absolute Last - Dragon Ball Z Kai
  15. Chōzetsu☆Dynamic! - Dragon Ball Super
  16. Limit Break X Survivor - Dragon Ball Super
  17. Boogie Back - Dragon Ball Super
  18. Ka Ka Kachi Daze - Dragon Ball Super
  19. Clash of the Gods/Final Death Match - Dragon Ball Super
  20. Kakarot VS Broly - Dragon Ball Super: Broly
  21. Super Saiyan Goku's Theme - Dragon Ball FighterZ
Other Shonen Jump music [subject to change depending on what anime/manga characters get in]
  1. Ai wo Torimodose - Fist of the North Star
  2. Kinnikuman Go Fight! - Kinnikuman
  3. 『BLOODY STREAM』 - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  4. 『STAND PROUD』 - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  5. 『CRAZY NOISY BIZARRE TOWN』 - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  6. 『GREAT DAYS』 - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  7. 『FIGHTING GOLD』 - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  8. 『STONE OCEAN』 - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  9. Roundabout - Yes [JoJo has too much distinctive music, I'll expand this list if it gets in later]
  10. The Raising Fighting Spirit - Naruto
  11. R★O★C★K★S - Naruto
  12. We Are! - One Piece
  13. Asterisk - Bleach
  14. Ichirin no Hana - Bleach
  15. Death Note Theme - Death Note
  16. Ansatsu Kyou****su - Assassination Classroom
  17. The Hero!! - One Punch Man
  18. Seijaku no Apostle - One Punch Man
  19. You Say Run - My Hero Academia
  20. My Hero Academia - My Hero Academia [that's actually what the song's called]
Sailor Moon
  1. Sailor Moon Opening (English)
  2. Sailor Moon Theme (Japanese)
  3. Sailor Moon Theme (Instrumental)
  4. Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Theme
  5. ToonMakers/Saban Sailor Moon Opening [oh dear]
  6. Moon Prism Power Make-Up - Sailor Moon
  7. Battle Theme - Sailor Moon
  8. Moon Revenge - Sailor Moon
  9. Fighting the Enemy - Sailor Moon
  10. Revenge! Sailor Senshi! - Sailor Moon
  11. Protect the Stars Medley - Sailor Moon
  12. Heart Moving - Sailor Moon
  13. Princess Moon - Sailor Moon
  14. Battle Music - Sailor Moon Another Story
  15. Let's Go - Sailor Moon Another Story
  16. Make Up - Sailor Moon R
  17. Stage 1 - Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon
  18. Stage Boss - Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon
  19. Round 1 - Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon
  20. Game Osa-P - Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS
Other magical girl anime [subject to change depending on how voting goes, like the Shonen Jump list]
  1. Cutie Honey (1973 Opening)
  2. Futari wa Pretty Cure (Opening 1)
  3. Catch You Catch Me! - Cardcaptor Sakura
  4. Cardcaptors opening (US)
  5. Before My Body is Dry - Kill la Kill
  6. Blumenkranz - Kill la Kill
  7. Connect - Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica
  8. Fly Away - Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt [does this count? Sure.]
  9. I Want You [Scanty & Kneesocks theme] - Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt
Mayro
  1. Princess Peach's Castle - Super Smash Bros. Melee
  2. Overworld - Super Mario Bros.
  3. Athletic Theme - Super Mario Bros. 3
  4. Bowser Boss Fight - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
  5. Jump Up, Super Star! - Super Mario Odyssey
  6. Break Free, Lead the Way - Super Mario Odyssey
  7. New Super Mario Bros. - Super Smash Bros. Brawl
  8. Peach's Palace Court - Mario Tennis Open
  9. Dire Dire Docks - Super Mario 64
  10. Rainbow Road 64 - Mario Kart 8
  11. Rainbow Road Medley - Mario Kart [Remix]
  12. Maple Treeway - Mario Kart Wii
  13. Gusty Garden Galaxy - Super Mario Galaxy
  14. Metro Kingdom - Super Mario Odyssey
  15. March Ahead - Paper Mario
  16. Minigame Menu - New Super Mario Bros.
  17. Fever - Super Smash Bros. Melee
  18. Chill - Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U
  19. Super Mario Land Medley - Mario and Sonic at the Winter Olympics
  20. Super Mario World Medley - Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U
  21. Overworld - Super Mario World
  22. Fortress Boss (Super Mario World) - Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U
  23. Wrecking Crew Medley - Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U
  24. DK Rap - Donkey Kong 64
  25. Stickerbush Symphony - Super Smash Bros. Brawl
  26. Gangplank Galleon - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
  27. Ashley's Theme - Super Smash Bros. Brawl
  28. Yoshi's Story - Super Smash Bros. 64
  29. Yoshi's Island - Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U
  30. Yoshi's Island Medley
  31. Super Mario Brothers Super Show Medley [the main theme, the rap, and Do the Mario]
  32. Lookin' For You - Super Mario World [TV show]
  33. Donkey Kong Country TV Medley
  34. Walk the Dinosaur - Was Not Was/George Clinton
  35. Drive to Work on Instinct - Super Mario Bros. [movie]
Other Nintendo Music [Subject to change if another Nintendo character gets in]
  1. Overworld - Legend of Zelda
  2. Song of Storms - Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
  3. Main Theme - Punch-Out [Wii version]
  4. Brinstar - Metroid [Super Smash Bros. Melee version]
  5. Fire Emblem Theme - Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragons and the Blade of Light [Super Smash Bros. Brawl version]
  6. Corneria - StarFox [Super Smash Bros. Brawl version]
  7. Mute City - F-Zero [Super Smash Bros. Melee version]
  8. Pokémon Stadium - Pokémon Red & Blue [Super Smash Bros. Melee version]
  9. Battle (Vs. Trainer) - Pokémon [Kanto Anime]
  10. Aim To Be A Pokémon Master - Pokemon [Kanto Anime]
  11. Pokémon Theme - Jason Paige [US version]
  12. Title Theme - Animal Crossing [Super Smash Bros. Ultimate version]
  13. Main Theme - Pikmin [Super Smash Bros. Ultimate version]
  14. Title - Wii Sports
  15. Calamari Inkantation - Splatoon
Sonic
  1. Green Hill Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog
  2. Spring Yard Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog
  3. Scrap Brain Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog
  4. Emerald Hill Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog 2
  5. Chemical Plant Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog 2
  6. Casino Night Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog 2
  7. Mystic Cave Zone - Sonic the Hedgehog 2
  8. Angel Island Zone - Sonic 3 & Knuckles
  9. Hydrocity Zone - Sonic 3 & Knuckles
  10. Carnival Night Zone - Sonic 3 & Knuckles
  11. Ice Cap Zone - Sonic 3 & Knuckles
  12. Flying Battery Zone - Sonic 3 & Knuckles
  13. Robotnik Medley - Sonic 1/2/3 & Knuckles
  14. Special Stage Medley - Sonic 1/2/3 & Knuckles
  15. Sonic Boom - Sonic CD (USA)
  16. Toot Toot Sonic Warrior - Sonic CD (JP)
  17. Green Grove Zone - Sonic 3D Blast
  18. Super Sonic Racing - Sonic R
  19. Open Your Heart - Sonic Adventure
  20. City Escape - Sonic Adventure
  21. Live & Learn - Sonic Adventure 2
  22. EGGMAN - Sonic Adventure 2/Sonic and SEGA Allstars Racing Transformed
  23. Sonic Heroes Theme
  24. His World - Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
  25. Wrapped in Black - Sonic Forces
  26. Fistbump - Sonic Forces
  27. Fistbump - Sonic Forces (docfuture1 version)
  28. Theme of Infinite - Sonic Forces
  29. Studiopolis Zone - Sonic Mania
  30. Sonic the Hedgehog SatAm Intro
  31. The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog Intro
  32. Sonic Underground Intro
  33. For the Land of the Sky - Sonic the Hedgehog (OVA)
  34. Gotta Go Fast - Sonic X
  35. Gangsta's Paradise - Coolio
  36. Keep me Up - Ty Dolla Sign, Wiz Khalifa
  37. Where Evil Grows - The Poppy Family
  38. Wonderman - Right Said Fred
Kermit music
  1. The Muppet Show theme - The Muppet Show
  2. Muppets Tonight theme - Muppets Tonight
  3. Muppet Babies theme - Muppet Babies (1984)
  4. Can You Picture That? - The Muppet Movie
  5. Movin' Right Along - The Muppet Movie
  6. The Magic Store - The Muppet Movie
  7. Man or Muppet - The Muppets (2011)
  8. Life's A Happy Song - The Muppets (2011)
  9. Me Party - The Muppets (2011)
  10. We're Doing a Sequel - Muppets Most Wanted
  11. The Big House - Muppets Most Wanted
  12. I'll Get You What You Want - Muppets Most Wanted
  13. Happiness Hotel - The Great Muppet Caper
  14. Cabin Fever - Muppet Treasure Island
  15. The Rainbow Connection (Me First and the Gimme Gimmes) - Kermit's Swamp Years
  16. Boss - Spy Muppets: License to Croak
  17. Mah na Mah na - Sweden: Heaven and Hell
  18. Sesame Street Theme
  19. C Is For Cookie - Sesame Street
  20. Rubber Duckie - Sesame Street
  21. Elmo's Song - Sesame Street
  22. Song of the Count - Sesame Street
  23. I Love Trash - Sesame Street
  24. Pinball Number Count - Sesame Street
  25. Fraggle Rock Theme
  26. I'm The Baby, Gotta Love Me! - Dinosaurs
  27. Bear Cha Cha Cha - Bear in the Big Blue House
  28. Dance, Magic, Dance - The Labyrinth
Darth Vader music
  1. Main Theme - Star Wars
  2. Imperial Attack - A New Hope
  3. The Death Star/the Stormtroopers - A New Hope
  4. Cantina Band - A New Hope
  5. The Throne Room/End Credits - A New Hope
  6. Imperial March - The Empire Strikes Back
  7. Battle At Hoth - The Empire Strikes Back
  8. Finale - The Empire Strikes Back
  9. Yoda’s Theme - The Empire Strikes Back
  10. The Force Suite - various Star Wars films
  11. Galactic Dance Blast - Return of the Jedi
  12. Ewok Celebration and Finale - Return of the Jedi
  13. Duel of the Fates - The Phantom Menace
  14. Finale - Attack of the Clones
  15. Battle of the Heroes - Revenge of the Sith
  16. A New Hope/End Credits - Revenge of the Sith
  17. Rey’s Theme - The Force Awakens
  18. The Last Jedi - The Last Jedi
  19. The Rise of Skywalker - The Rise of Skywalker [these last two are pretty on the nose]
  20. End Credits - Star Wars: the Clone Wars
  21. Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band - Meco
  22. I’m Han Solo - Star Wars Kinect
  23. Yoda - "Weird Al" Yankovic
  24. The Saga Begins - "Weird Al" Yankovic
RoboCop music
  1. RoboCop theme [movie]
  2. Robo vs. ED-209 - RoboCop
  3. Robo Tips His Hat - RoboCop
  4. Showdown - RoboCop
  5. Media Break - RoboCop
  6. Robo and Nuke - RoboCop 2
  7. Robo I vs. Robo II - RoboCop 2
  8. RoboCop theme [Commodore 64]
  9. Title - RoboCop (Game Boy)
  10. RoboCop - Dilbert 3 (Chef Boyardee)
  11. RoboCop 2 Theme [NES]
  12. RoboCop 3 Theme [Commodore 64]
  13. Mars Bonfire - Born to Be Wild
  14. Robert Cop - Vargskelethor
(A note: Crank That (Soulja Boy) will also be able to appear on RoboCop’s potential stage.)

Terminator music
  1. The Terminator Theme
  2. Terminator Arrival - The Terminator
  3. I'll Be Back/Police Station & Escape - The Terminator
  4. Factory Chase - The Terminator
  5. Terminator 2 Theme
  6. The War Against the Machines - Terminator 2
  7. Galleria Suite - Terminator 2
  8. Hasta La Vista Baby - Terminator 2
  9. Bad to the Bone - George Thorogood
  10. You Could Be Mine - Guns ‘n’ Roses
  11. Future Shock - The Terminator [SEGA CD]

Dracula Music
  1. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
  2. Opening - Dracula (1931)
  3. Bram Stroker's Dracula Theme
  4. Dracula the Series intro
  5. Hammer Dracula theme
  6. Title - Bram Stoker's Dracula [SNES]
  7. Castle in Flames - Bram Stoker's Dracula [SNES]
  8. Drac's Night Out (unreleased NES game) theme
  9. Nosferatu (SNES) theme
  10. Dracula Dead and Loving it Theme
  11. Van Helsing theme
  12. Hellsing theme
  13. Cry Little Sister - Gerard McMann (The Lost Boys)
  14. Dracula's Tango (Sucker For Your Love)
  15. Count Duckula Theme
  16. Vampire Killer - Castlevania
  17. Bloody Tears - Castlevania II: Simon's Quest
  18. Beginning - Castlevania III
  19. The Theme of Simon Belmont - Super Castlevania IV
  20. Dracula's Castle - Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
  21. Blood Rave - Blade
  22. The Monster Mash - Bobby "Boris" Pickett
  23. Frankenstein (1931) Theme
  24. Frankenstein (1994) Theme
  25. Imhotep - The Mummy (1999)
  26. The Wolfman (1941) Theme
  27. Main Title - The Creature from the Black Lagoon
  28. The Phantom of the Opera
  29. Main Title - The Invisible Man (1933)
  30. Dragula - Rob Zombie
Christmas/holidays music
  1. What's This? - The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer - Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer
  3. Grandpa's Gonna Sue the Pants Offa' Santa - Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer
  4. Dahoo Dores - How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Chuck Jones)
  5. You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch - How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Chuck Jones)
  6. You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch - How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Illumination)
  7. The Best Kid in the World - Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa
  8. Santa Claus is Coming to Town (Justin Bieber) - Arthur Christmas
  9. Santa Rap - Dexter's Laboratory
  10. Very First Christmas - SpongeBob SquarePants
  11. All I Want for Christmas is You - Mariah Carey
  12. Level 2 - Santa Claus Saves the Earth
  13. Level 3 - Santa Claus Saves the Earth
  14. Anti-Claus Comes Tonight! - Daze Before Christmas
  15. Crystalline Ice Cave - Daze Before Christmas
  16. Strange Magical Realm - Daze Before Christmas
  17. Last Christmas - Wham!
  18. It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas - Meredith Wilson
  19. Magical Place - Toys R Us
  20. Holidays are Coming - Coca-Cola
  21. Carol of the Bells - Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  22. Christmas in Hollis - Run-DMC
  23. Feliz Navidad - José Feliciano
  24. Christmas Demolition - Eddsworld
  25. Beautiful Christmas - Big Time Rush
  26. Frosty the Snowman - Gene Autry
  27. Somewhere in My Memory (Home Alone) - John Williams
  28. 12 Days of Christmas in Space - Regular Show
  29. Freezeezy Peak - Banjo-Kazooie
  30. Christmas NiGHTS - Welcome To Christmas NiGHTS
  31. Snow Land - Kirby's Epic Yarn
  32. Snowdin - Undertale (it's somewhat festive with the banner and trees)
  33. This Trinity's Going to War - Futurama
  34. Christmas at Ground Zero - "Weird" Al Yankovic
  35. The Night Santa Went Crazy - "Weird" Al Yankovic
  36. Chanukah Song Part 3 (Radio Edit) - Eight Crazy Nights
  37. Dreidel Dreidel Dreidel - South Park
  38. Peter Cottontail - Gene Autry
McDonald's music
  1. Food, Folks and Fun - McDonald's
  2. McDonald's Menu Song - McDonald's
  3. I'm Lovin' It - Justin Timberlake
  4. Mac Tonight - McDonald's
  5. Cave - McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure
  6. Final Boss - McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure
  7. City - McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure
  8. Train - McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure
  9. Level Theme 1 - MC Kids
  10. Down to Earth - MAC and Me
  11. Waves - MAC and Me
  12. Intro - The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald
  13. McDonald's Pakistan CGI Medley - McDonald's
  14. Title - Mick and Mack: Global Gladiators
  15. Fast Food Song - Fast Food Rockers
  16. Rock N' Roll McDonald's - Wesley Willis
  17. Tendercrisp Bacon Cheddar Ranch - Darius Rucker (Burger King)
  18. Ding Fries Are Done [sung to a full Carol of the Bells remix this time]
  19. Rivals Theme - I Love You, Colonel Sanders!
  20. Stage 1 - Yo! Noid
  21. Stage 13 - Yo! Noid
  22. Plizzanet - Yo! Noid 2: Enter the Void
  23. Swing Factory - Yo! Noid 2: Enter the Void
  24. Pepsiman theme - Pepsiman
  25. Crunk Thuggin' - Pepsi
  26. Rave Dance Tune - Cool Spot
  27. Fido Dido theme - 7up
  28. Fresh Goes Better - Mentos
  29. BGM 6 - Quavers: One Step Beyond

The Yellow Submarine
  1. Yellow Submarine - The Beatles
  2. All You Need is Love - The Beatles
  3. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles
  4. Eleanor Rigby - The Beatles
  5. Love You To - The Beatles
  6. Day In The Life - The Beatles
  7. When I'm Sixty-Four - The Beatles
  8. Only A Northern Song - The Beatles
  9. Nowhere Man - The Beatles
  10. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds - The Beatles
  11. Think for Yourself - The Beatles
  12. With A Little Help From My Friends - The Beatles
  13. Baby You're A Rich Man - The Beatles
  14. Hey Bulldog - The Beatles
  15. It's All Too Much - The Beatles
  16. All Together Now - The Beatles
  17. Octopus's Garden - The Beatles
  18. I Am The Walrus - The Beatles
  19. Maxwell's Silver Hammer - The Beatles
  20. Being For The Benefit of Mr. Kite - The Beatles
BBC Music
  1. Intro - BBC News
  2. Batwings ident - BBC
  3. Tell That Aardvark It's A Wrap - CBBC
  4. Great Ocean Road - Ceefax
  5. Intro - Eastenders
  6. Intro - Countryfile
  7. Intro - SMart
  8. Gallery - SMart
  9. Intro - Bear Behaving Badly
  10. Intro - The Story Makers
  11. Intro - Balamory
  12. Mr. Blobby - Noel's House Party
  13. Intro - Horrible Histories
  14. Charles II, King of Bling - Horrible Histories
  15. Divorced, Beheaded, and Died - Horrible Histories
  16. Monty Python’s Flying Circus Theme
  17. Blackadder Theme Medley
  18. Yakkety Sax - Benny Hill [sort of counts, too funny not to include]
  19. Main theme - Bing
  20. Teletubbies - Main Theme
  21. In the Night Garden - Main Theme
  22. Wallace & Gromit Theme
Doctor Who Music
  1. Doctor Who Main Theme (Medley)
  2. Doctorin’ the Tardis - The KLF
  3. The Dark and Endless Dalek Night
  4. Cybermen (Medley of both main Cybermen themes from the modern series)
  5. Spymaster
  6. The Carrionites Swarm
  7. Slitheen
  8. Doomsday
  9. Hanging on the Tablaphone
  10. All the Strange Creatures
  11. I am the Doctor
  12. The Majestic Tale of a Madman in a Box
  13. Pudding Brains
  14. The Majestic Tale of an Idiot in a Box
  15. The Long Song
  16. This is Gallifrey: Our Childhood, Our Home
  17. Death in Heaven: Freefall
  18. Am I a Good Man?
Star Trek Music
  1. Star Trek theme (original series)
  2. Amok Time - Star Trek (original series)
  3. Klingon Battle - Star Trek: the Motion Picture
  4. Surprise Attack - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  5. Kirk’s Explosive Reply - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  6. Battle in the Mutara Nebula - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  7. An Angry God - Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
  8. Star Trek: the Next Generation/movies theme
  9. A Matter of Perspective - Star Trek: The Next Generation
  10. The Trap [Booby Trap] - Star Trek: The Next Generation
  11. Flight of the Phoenix - Star Trek: First Contact
  12. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine theme
  13. Star Trek: Voyager theme
  14. Faith of the Heart - Russell Watson (Star Trek: Enterprise theme)
  15. These Are The Voyages - Star Trek: Enterprise
  16. Mirror Title Theme - Star Trek: Enterprise
  17. The Picard Song - DarkMateria
  18. Rocket Man - William Shatner [originally by Elton John]
  19. Sabotage - The Beastie Boys
WWE Music [with some other wrestling promos snuck in]
  1. Real American - Rick Derringer (Hulk Hogan’s Theme)
  2. Pomp & Circumstance (Macho Man’s Theme)
  3. Also Sprach Zarathustra (Ric Flair’s Theme)
  4. Captain Lou’s History of Music (Captain Lou Albano Theme)
  5. Unstable (Ultimate Warrior’s Theme)
  6. Graveyard Symphony (The Undertaker’s Theme)
  7. Hart Attack (Bret “The Hitman” Theme)
  8. Sexy Boy (Shawn Michaels Theme)
  9. Crow (Sting Theme)
  10. Electrifying (The Rock Theme)
  11. Glass Shatters (Stone Cold Steve Austin Theme)
  12. Schizophrenic (Mankind Theme)
  13. Big (Big Show Theme)
  14. Burned (Kane Theme)
  15. The Game (Triple H Theme)
  16. No Chance In Hell (Vince McMahon Theme)
  17. Medal (Kurt Angle Theme)
  18. The Time is Now (John Cena Theme)
  19. Living Colour - Cult of Personality (CM Punk Theme)
  20. New Day, New Way (The New Day Theme)
  21. The Future (Asuka Theme)
  22. NWO Theme
Other
  1. The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny - Lemon Demon
  2. Final Destination Medley - Remix of various Super Smash Bros. songs
  3. The Final Countdown - Europe
  4. Angry Birds Theme - Ari Pulkkinen
  5. Men in Black - Will Smith
  6. Ghostbusters - Ray Parker Jr.
  7. Bustin' - Neil Cicierega
  8. Super Ghostbusters Medley - Vargskelethor

Mickey Mouse
  1. Mickey Mouse (Fighter Profile)
  2. Minnie Mouse
  3. Donald Duck
  4. Daisy Duck
  5. Goofy
  6. Pluto
  7. Clarabelle Cow
  8. Horace Horsecollar
  9. Morty and Freddie Fiddlemouse
  10. Mortimer Mouse
  11. Scrooge McDuck
  12. Huey, Dewey, and Louie
  13. Launchpad McQuack
  14. Darkwing Duck
  15. GizmoDuck
  16. Ludwig Von Drake
  17. Gyro Gearloose
  18. April May & June Duck
  19. Chip & Dale
  20. The Rescue Rangers
  21. José Carioca
  22. Panchito Pistoles
  23. Max
  24. Roxanne
  25. Powerline
  26. Yen Sid
  27. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
  28. Ortensia
  29. Clara Cluck
  30. Toodles
  31. Pete
  32. The Beagle Boys
  33. Magica De Spell
  34. Flintheart Glomgold
  35. The Mad Doctor
  36. The Phantom Blot
  37. Chernabog
  38. Figment
  39. Sora [doesn’t necessarily deconfirm him]
  40. Riku
  41. Kairi
  42. Roxas
  43. Aqua
  44. Xehanort
  45. "Partners" Statue
  46. Cinderella's Castle
  47. Mickey Mouse's Clubhouse
Disney animated movies
  1. Snow White
  2. The Seven Dwarves
  3. The Evil Queen
  4. Pinocchio
  5. Dumbo
  6. Bambi
  7. Ichabod Crane
  8. Mr. Toad
  9. Cinderella
  10. Alice
  11. The Mad Hatter
  12. The Queen of Hearts
  13. Peter Pan
  14. Tinkerbell
  15. Captain Hook
  16. Lady and the Tramp
  17. Aurora
  18. Maleficent
  19. 101 Dalmatians
  20. Cruella DeVille
  21. King Arthur
  22. Merlin
  23. Mary Poppins
  24. Mowgli
  25. Baloo
  26. King Louie
  27. Shere Khan
  28. Aristocats
  29. Robin Hood
  30. Winnie the Pooh
  31. Tigger
  32. Piglet
  33. The Rescuers
  34. Pete & Elliott (Pete's Dragon)
  35. The Fox and the Hound
  36. The Horned King (The Black Cauldron)
  37. Basil of Baker Street
  38. Rattigan
  39. Roger Rabbit
  40. Jessica Rabbit
  41. Eddie Valiant
  42. Judge Doom
  43. Oliver & Compant
  44. Ariel
  45. Sebastian & Flounder
  46. King Triton
  47. Ursula
  48. Belle
  49. The Beast
  50. Gaston
  51. Aladdin
  52. Jasmine
  53. The Genie
  54. Jafar
  55. Jack Skellington
  56. Oogie Boogie
  57. Simba
  58. Timon & Pumba
  59. Mufasa
  60. Pocahontas
  61. Quasimodo
  62. Frollo
  63. Hercules
  64. Hades
  65. Mulan
  66. Tarzan
  67. Kuzco & Pacha
  68. Milo Thatch
  69. Lilo & Stitch
  70. John Silver
  71. Maggie the Cow
  72. Chicken Little
  73. Lewis (Meet the Robinsons)
  74. Giselle (Enchanted)
  75. Bolt
  76. Tiana
  77. Dr. Facilier
  78. Rapunzel
  79. Flynn Rider
  80. Wreck-It Ralph
  81. Elsa
  82. Anna
  83. Hiro & Baymax
  84. Judy Hopps
  85. Nick Wilde
  86. Moana
  87. Maui
  88. Tamatoa
  89. Lance Sterling (Spies & Disguise)
  90. Ian & Barley (Onward)
  91. Joe Gardner (Soul)
  92. Raya & Sisu
  93. Ron (Ron's Gone Wrong)
Pixar movies
  1. Luxo Jr.
  2. Woody
  3. Buzz Lightyear
  4. Sid's Toys
  5. Al McWhiggin
  6. Zerg
  7. Lots-o'-Huggin Bear
  8. Flik
  9. Mike & Sulley
  10. Nemo & Marlin
  11. Dory
  12. Bruce the Shark
  13. Mr. Incredible
  14. ElastiGirl
  15. Dash & Violet
  16. Frozone
  17. WALL-E
  18. Lightning McQueen
  19. Tow Mater
  20. Remy & Alfredo Linguini (Ratatouille)
  21. WALL-E
  22. Carl Fredricksen (Up)
  23. Merida (Brave)
  24. Emotions (Inside Out)
  25. Arlo (The Good Dinosaur)
  26. Miguel (Coco)
  27. Ian & Barley (Onward)
  28. Joe Gardner (Soul)
  29. Luca Paguro
  30. Mirabel Madrigal (Encanto)
Disney animated shows
  1. Gummi Bears
  2. Goliath
  3. Demona
  4. David Xanatos
  5. The Mighty Ducks
  6. Pepper-Ann
  7. Third Street Elementary kids (Recess)
  8. Spot (Teacher's Pet)
  9. Kim Possible
  10. Penny Proud (Proud Family)
  11. Jake Long
  12. Phineas & Ferb
  13. Perry the Platypus
  14. Dr. Doofenshmirtz
  15. Dipper & Mabel
  16. Gruncle Stan
  17. Bill Cipher
  18. Star Butterfly
  19. Marco Diaz
  20. Hekapoo
  21. Anne & Sprig (Amphibia)
  22. Luz Noceda (Owl House)
  23. Eda Clawthorne (Owl House)
  24. The Ghost & Molly McGee
Superman
  1. Superman (Fighter Profile)
  2. Clark Kent
  3. Lois Lane
  4. Jimmy Olsen
  5. Perry White
  6. Bibbo Bibbowski
  7. Ma & Pa Kent
  8. Superboy [Connor Kent]
  9. Superboy [Christopher Kent]
  10. Supergirl
  11. Power Girl
  12. Steel
  13. Lori Lemaris
  14. Superman Red & Superman Blue
  15. The Super Pets
  16. Guardian
  17. Cosmic Boy, Lightning Boy, and Saturn Girl
  18. Brainiac-5
  19. Karate Kid
  20. Mon-El
  21. Orion
  22. Big Barda & Mr. Miracle
  23. Captain Carrot
  24. Eradicator
  25. Lobo
  26. Lex Luthor
  27. Mercy Graves
  28. Brainiac
  29. Metallo
  30. Parasite
  31. Atomic Skull
  32. Bloodsport
  33. Conduit
  34. Bizarro
  35. Livewire
  36. Mongul
  37. Mr. Mxyzptlk
  38. The Prankster
  39. Toyman
  40. Titano the Super-Ape
  41. The Ultra-Humanite
  42. Emerald Empress
  43. Volcana
  44. Bruno Mannheim
  45. Cyborg Superman
  46. Ultraman [not that one]
  47. Mongul
  48. Darkseid
  49. Doomsday
  50. The Anti-Monitor
  51. Zod, Ursa, and Non
  52. Nuclear Man
  53. Nick O'Teen
  54. Kryptonite
  55. The Bottle City of Kandor
Dragon Ball
  1. Goku (Fighter Profile)
  2. Kid Goku
  3. Bulma
  4. Shenron
  5. Krillin
  6. Master Roshi
  7. Piccolo
  8. Gohan
  9. Vegeta
  10. King Kai
  11. Yamcha
  12. Oolong
  13. Yajirobe
  14. Tien
  15. Chiaotzu
  16. Arale
  17. Frieza
  18. Future Trunks
  19. Cell
  20. Android 17 & 18
  21. Majin Buu
  22. Bibidi & Babidi
  23. Android 21
  24. Beerus
  25. Whis
  26. Broly
  27. Goku Black
  28. Jiren
  29. Jaco
  30. Neko Majin Z
  31. The Dragon Balls
  32. Sensu Beans
Shonen Jump [subject to change if one or more of these folks gets in]
  1. Kankichi Ryotsu (Kochikame)
  2. Mazinger Z
  3. Kenshiro (Fist of the North Star)
  4. Kinnikuman
  5. Ryo Saeba (City Hunter)
  6. Jotaro Kujo (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
  7. Dio Brando (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
  8. Pegasus Seiya (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
  9. Yusuke Urameshi (YuYu Hakusho)
  10. Dark Scheider (*******!) [odds are the forum might censor the name of this, but it was too good not to put here]
  11. Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece)
  12. Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto)
  13. Gon Freecs (Hunter X Hunter)
  14. Yami Yugi/Yugi Muto (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
  15. Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach)
  16. Light Yagami & Ryuk (Death Note)
  17. Bobobo
  18. Gintoki Sakata (Gintama)
  19. Korosensei (Assassination Classroom)
  20. Toriko
  21. Rin Okumura (Blue Exorcist)
  22. Izuku "Deku" Midoriya (My Hero Academia)
  23. Saitama (One Punch Man)
  24. Denji (Chainsaw Man)
  25. Tanjiro & Nezuko (Demon Slayer)
  26. Asta (Black Clover)
Sailor Moon
  1. Sailor Moon (Fighter Profile)
  2. Luna
  3. Artemis
  4. Diana
  5. Sailor Venus
  6. Sailor Jupiter
  7. Sailor Mercury
  8. Sailor Mars
  9. Sailor Neptune
  10. Sailor Uranus
  11. Sailor Pluto
  12. Sailor Chibi Moon
  13. Tuxedo Mask
  14. Sailor Starlights
  15. Queen Beryl
  16. Queen Metaria
  17. Four Kings of Heaven
  18. Ail & An
  19. Prince Demand
  20. Mistress 9
  21. Zirconia
  22. Sailor Galaxia
  23. Sailor Cosmos
  24. Sailor V
Other magical girl anime/manga (more or less)
  1. Sally the Witch
  2. Cutey Honey
  3. Cure Black & White
  4. Sakura Kinomoto
  5. Madoka Kaname
  6. Kyuubi
  7. Ryuko Matoi
  8. Satsuki Kiryuin
Mario/Nintendo [may change if Link or Pokemon get in]
  1. Mario (Fighter Profile)
  2. Luigi
  3. Toad
  4. Peach
  5. Yoshi
  6. Fat Yoshi
  7. Boshi
  8. Kamek
  9. Bowser
  10. Boom-Boom
  11. Pom-Pom
  12. Bowser Jr.
  13. The Koopalings
  14. Donkey Kong
  15. Diddy Kong
  16. Dixie Kong
  17. Funky Kong
  18. Cranky Kong
  19. The DK Crew
  20. King K. Rool
  21. Stanley Bugman
  22. Wario
  23. Waluigi
  24. Ashley
  25. Mona
  26. Jimmy T
  27. Dr. Crygor
  28. Orbulon
  29. Pyoro
  30. Daisy
  31. Tatanga
  32. Rosalina
  33. Professor E. Gadd
  34. King Boo
  35. Geno
  36. Mallow
  37. Booster
  38. Exor
  39. Smithy
  40. Culex
  41. Paper Mario
  42. Goombario & Kooper
  43. Bombette
  44. Parakarry
  45. Lady Bow
  46. Goombella & Koops
  47. Flurrie
  48. Vivian
  49. Admiral Bobbery
  50. Ms. Mowz
  51. Count Bleck
  52. Dimentio
  53. Fawful
  54. Cackletta
  55. Starlow
  56. Goombas
  57. Koopa Troopas
  58. Hammer Brothers
  59. Bullet Bills
  60. Chargin' Chuck
  61. Lakitu
  62. Buzzy Beetle
  63. Birdetta
  64. Mouser
  65. Shy Guys
  66. Ninji
  67. Wart
  68. Virus Trio
  69. Foreman Spike
  70. Cappy
  71. King Bob-Omb
  72. Indiana Joe
  73. Good Truthful Honest Giant Ninja Mario
  74. The Scapellis
  75. Mary O
  76. Banjo & Kazooie
  77. Conker
  78. Inspector Gadget
Pokémon [subject to change if Pikachu/Ash/IDK gets in]
  1. Pikachu
  2. Ash Ketchum
  3. Squirtle Squad
  4. Ivysaur
  5. Charizard
  6. Team Rocket
  7. Jigglypuff
  8. Magikarp/Gyarados
  9. Mewtwo
  10. Mudkip
  11. Grovyle
  12. Blaziken
  13. Gardevoir
  14. Lucario
  15. Greninja
  16. Incineroar
  17. Alolan Exeggcutor
  18. Detective Pikachu

Other Nintendo/related subjects [subject to change]
  1. Little Mac
  2. Duck Hunt Dog & Duck
  3. ExciteBiker
  4. Balloon Fighter
  5. ROB
  6. Diskun
  7. Link
  8. Samus Aran
  9. Kirby
  10. Fox McCloud
  11. Captain Falcon
  12. Ness
  13. Villager
  14. Captain Olimar & Pikmin
  15. Marshall (Rhythm Heaven)
  16. Miis
  17. Inkling
  18. Spring Man
  19. Captain N
  20. The Game Boy
  21. The Virtual Boy
  22. Flipnote Frog
Sonic
  1. Sonic [Fighter Profile]
  2. Tails
  3. Knuckles
  4. Amy Rose
  5. Silver
  6. Shadow
  7. Rouge
  8. E-102 Omega
  9. Gamma
  10. Big the Cat
  11. Team Chaotix
  12. Mighty & Ray
  13. Bark the Bear
  14. Bean the Dynamite
  15. Fang the Sniper
  16. Honey the Cat
  17. Tails Doll
  18. Sally Acorn
  19. Rotor
  20. Antoine
  21. Bunnie Rabbot
  22. Zooey the Fox
  23. Sticks the Badger
  24. Eggman
  25. Snively
  26. Scratch & Grounder
  27. Coconuts
  28. Motobug
  29. Crabmeat
  30. Buzzer
  31. Metal Sonic
  32. Chaos
  33. Mephiles
  34. Zavok & the Deadly Six
  35. Infinite
  36. Scourge
  37. Super Sonic [Sonic the Comic]
SEGA
  1. Alex Kidd
  2. Opa-Opa (Phantasy Zone)
  3. Space Harrier
  4. Joe Musashi (Shinobi)
  5. Centurion (Altered Beast)
  6. Golden Axe Trio
  7. F-14 Tomcat (Afterburner)
  8. Bonanza Bros.
  9. Arle Nadja (Puyo Puyo)
  10. Axel Stone & Blaze Fielding (Streets of Rage)
  11. Vectorman
  12. Ristar
  13. NiGHTS
  14. Akira Yuki (Virtua Fighter)
  15. Hornet (Daytona USA)
  16. Lagi the Dragon (Panzer Dragoon)
  17. Segata Sanshiro
  18. Ulala (Space Channel 5)
  19. Beat (Jet Set Radio)
  20. Chu-Chus (Chu Chu Rocket)
  21. AiAi (Super Monkey Ball)
  22. Billy Hatcher
  23. Kazama Kiryu (Yakuza)
  24. Bayonetta
  25. Jack Bros. (Shin Megami Tensei)
  26. Yu Narukami (Persona 4)
  27. Joker (Persona 5)
  28. AGES the VMU (Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Transformed)
The Muppets
  1. Kermit the Frog (Fighter Profile)
  2. Miss Piggy
  3. Fozzie Bear
  4. Rowlf
  5. Dr. Teeth & the Electric Mayhem
  6. Gonzo
  7. Rizzo the Rat
  8. Camilla the Chicken
  9. The Swedish Chef
  10. Bunsen & Beaker
  11. Scooter
  12. Statler & Waldorf
  13. Sam the Eagle
  14. Crazy Harry
  15. Lew Zealand
  16. Sweetums
  17. Pepe the King Prawn
  18. Clifford
  19. Bean Bunny
  20. Johnny Fiama and Sal Minella
  21. Bobo the Bear
  22. Uncle Deadly
  23. Beauregard
  24. Link Hogthrob
  25. Mahna Mahna & Snowths
  26. Nanny
  27. Walter
  28. Constantine
  29. Doc Hopper
  30. Penguins
  31. Big Bird
  32. Mr. Snuffleupagus
  33. Elmo
  34. Cookie Monster
  35. Bert & Ernie
  36. Count Von Count
  37. Grover
  38. Super Grover
  39. Oscar the Grouch
  40. Abby Cadabby
  41. YipYip Aliens
  42. Captain Vegetable
  43. Gladys the Cow
  44. The Typewriter
  45. Tiny Little Super Guy
  46. Sam the Robot
  47. Easy Reader
  48. Sam (Sam & Friends)
  49. The Fraggles
  50. The Doozers
  51. Jareth the Goblin King
  52. The Skeksis
  53. Emmet Otter
  54. The Sinclair Family (Dinosaurs)
  55. Bear in the Big Blue House
  56. Wilkins & Wontkins
Star Wars
  1. Darth Vader [Fighter Profile]
  2. Anakin Skywalker
  3. Obi-Wan Kenobi
  4. Yoda
  5. Jar-Jar Binks
  6. Mace Windu
  7. Ahsoka Tano
  8. Jango Fett
  9. Darth Maul
  10. Count Dooku
  11. General Grievous
  12. Clone Troopers
  13. Captain Rex
  14. Luke Skywalker
  15. Han Solo
  16. Princess Leia
  17. C3PO & R2D2
  18. Lando Calrissian
  19. Chewbacca
  20. Lobot
  21. Wicket the Ewok
  22. Willrow Hood
  23. The Millennium Falcon
  24. The Death Star
  25. The Imperial Star Destroyer
  26. AT-AT
  27. X-Wings
  28. TIE Fighters
  29. Boba Fett
  30. Bossk
  31. IG-88
  32. Dengar
  33. Zuckuss
  34. Jabba the Hutt
  35. Max Rebo
  36. Stormtroopers
  37. The Death Star
  38. Rey
  39. Finn
  40. Poe Dameron
  41. Kylo Ren
  42. BB8
  43. Supreme Leader Snoke
  44. The Mandalorian & Grogu
  45. Darth Revan
  46. Darth Plagueis
  47. General Thrawne
  48. Cad Bane
  49. HK-47
  50. Hondo Ohnaka
  51. Jaxxon
  52. Ackmena
RoboCop
  1. RoboCop
  2. Officer Lewis
  3. Clarence Boddicker
  4. **** Jones
  5. Emil M. Antonowski
  6. Bob Morton
  7. OCP Executive
  8. Raymond Sellers (RoboCop 2014)
  9. ED-209
  10. Cain AKA RoboCop 2
  11. Otomo [RoboCop indeed fought ninjas in the third one]
Terminator
  1. T-800
  2. T-1000
  3. T-X
  4. Sarah Connor
  5. John Connor
  6. Cameron Phillips
Dracula
  1. Dracula (Fighter Profile)
  2. Renfield
  3. Dracula’s Brides
  4. Van Helsing
  5. Jonathan Harker
  6. Mina Harker
  7. Frankenstein’s Monster
  8. Dr. Frankenstein
  9. Igor
  10. Bride of Frankenstein
  11. Imhotep (The Mummy)
  12. Rick O’Connell [Yes, indeed, Brendan Fraser]
  13. Larry Talbot (The Wolfman)
  14. Gillman (The Creature from the Black Lagoon)
  15. The Phantom of the Opera
  16. The Invisible Man
  17. The Belmont Clan
  18. Alucard (Castlevania)
  19. The Grim Reaper
  20. Mavis Dracula
  21. Count Orlock [AKA Nosferatu]
  22. Blade
  23. Blacula
  24. Count Chocula
  25. FrankenBerry
  26. Boo Berry [because I can]
Christmas/other holidays
  1. Santa Claus (Fighter Profile)
  2. Mrs. Claus
  3. Santa's Elves
  4. Hermie the Dentist Elf
  5. Buddy the Elf
  6. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  7. Santa's Reindeer
  8. Frosty the Snowman
  9. The Snowman
  10. The Grinch
  11. Jack Frost
  12. Cold Miser & Heat Miser
  13. Burgermeister Meisterburger
  14. Ebeneezer Scrooge
  15. Jacob Marley
  16. The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future
  17. George Bailey
  18. Ralphie (Christmas Story)
  19. Kevin McAllister
  20. The Wet Bandits
  21. Gizmo
  22. Stripe
  23. John McClane
  24. Hans Gruber
  25. Turbo Man
  26. Clark Griswold
  27. Gingerbread Man
  28. Candy Cane
  29. Christmas Tree
  30. Presents
  31. Jack Bros. (Shin Megami Tensei)
  32. Jack Skellington
  33. Jack-O-Lantern
  34. Skid & Pump (Spooky Month/SrPelo)
  35. Turkey
  36. Easter Bunny
  37. Easter Eggs
  38. Easter Chicks
  39. Leprechaun
  40. Pot of Gold
  41. Cupid
  42. The April Fool
  43. The Tooth Fairy
  44. The Sandman
  45. The Boogieman
McDonald's
  1. Ronald McDonald
  2. Grimace
  3. The Hamburglar
  4. Birdie
  5. Mayor McCheese
  6. Fry Guys
  7. Sundae
  8. Officer Big Mac
  9. Captain Crook
  10. The Professor
  11. Uncle O'Grimacey
  12. The Happy Meal Gang
  13. The McNugget Buddies
  14. CosMc
  15. Iam Hungry
  16. Mac Tonight
  17. Speedee
  18. Mick and Mack
  19. Happy (Happy Meal mascot)
  20. Mr. Pumpkin (Ronald McDonald's TreasureLand adventure)
  21. Little Imp (RMcDTA)
  22. Captain Lips (RMcDTA)
  23. Moon King (RMcDTA)

Other food/soda mascots
  1. The Burger King
  2. The Burger King Kids Club
  3. Big Mac
  4. Whopper
  5. Wendy
  6. Jack Box
  7. Colonel Sanders
  8. The Noid
  9. Bad Andy (Domino's Pizza)
  10. Pizza Hut Delivery Girl [if she gets to be a Jedi alongside Colonel Sanders and the Taco Bell Chihuahua, then sure]
  11. Taco Bell Chihuahua
  12. Little Caesar
  13. Arby's Oven Mitt
  14. Chick Fil A Cows
  15. Coca Cola Polar Bears
  16. Pepsiman
  17. Cool Spot
  18. Fido Dido
  19. Toucan Sam
  20. Tony Tiger
  21. Buzz Bee
  22. Lucky the Leprechaun
  23. Cap'n Crunch
  24. Cornelius the Rooster (Cornflakes)
  25. Snap, Crackle, Pop
Angry Birds
  1. Red Bird
  2. Chuck
  3. Bomb
  4. Matilda
  5. Silver
  6. Blues
  7. Hal
  8. Terrance
  9. Mighty Eagle
  10. King Pig
  11. Bad Piggies
  12. Rio
The Beatles' Yellow Submarine
  1. Yellow Submarine
  2. Sgt. Pepper
  3. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
  4. Mr. Kite
  5. Jeremy Hillary Boob Ph.D.
  6. Maxwell's Silver Hammer
  7. Chief Blue Meanie
  8. Max (Blue Meanie)
  9. Four-Headed Bulldog
  10. The Dreadful Flying Glove
  11. Apple Bonkers
  12. Butterfly Stompers
Men in Black
  1. Agent J & Agent K
  2. The Noisy Cricket

Superman/DC Comics
Mickey Mouse
Dragon Ball
Sailor Moon
Mario
Sonic
The Muppets
Star Wars
RoboCop
Dracula
Christmas/Holidays
McDonald's

Pokemon
Men in Black
Angry Birds
The Beatles
Kingdom Hearts
Donkey Kong
Yoshi
Wario
Sonic
Sesame Street
Fraggle Rock
Dinosaurs
Bear in the Big Blue House
The Labyrinth
The Dark Crystal
Castlevania
The Lost Boys
Blade
Nightmare Before Christmas
Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer
The Grinch
Rapsittie Street Kids
Arthur Christmas
Dexter's Laboratory
Toys R Us
Coca Cola
Eddsworld
Big Time Rush
Home Alone
Regular Show
Banjo & Kazooie
NiGHTS
Kirby
Undertale
Futurama
South Park
Dr. Slump
Space Patrolman Jaco
Neko Majin Z
Punch-Out
Duck Hunt
ExciteBike
Balloon Fight
Gyromite
Famicom Disk System
Legend of Zelda
Metroid
Star Fox
F-Zero
Earthbound
Animal Crossing
Pikmin
Rhythm Heaven
Wii
Splatoon
ARMS
Inspector Gadget
Conker
Emmet Otter
Hotel Transylvania
Blacula
General Mills
Gremlins
Die Hard
Jingle All the Way
Fairly Odd Parents [if you look hard enough]


I'll be posting the first two jobs in my next post, one of which will be a character job.
 
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Job #1: Nominate a live-action TV character.
They have to directly originate from a live-action TV show. So Batman or the Incredible Hulk wouldn’t fit with this, but Captain Kirk or even Kermit the Frog might work, for two examples. You can submit any (applicable) examples or anything else you feel like fits. Characters played by actors in a live-action form, wearing suits/special effects prosthetics, or even puppets are all eligible, but characters from entirely animated shows (2D, stop-motion/clay, CGI, etc.) are not.

Job #2: Choose the base character roster size.
I feel like it needs to be divided evenly between the 8 sections out of fairness. But there is a reasonable size, small or large, that we may want to achieve, especially for such a wide breadth. But our base roster size is up to you. Keep in mind that this also generally decides how many characters per section there are. The roster could also expand later with potential DLC, so there’s another factor to keep in mind.

The choices are:
40 [5 characters per section]
48 [6 characters per section]
56 [7 per section]
64 [8 x 8]
72 [9 x 8]
80 [10 x 8]
 
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I'm going 64 - not as ridiculous as 72 or 80 but still hefty enough to embody everything we may want.

Live action TV rep: Jerry Seinfeld

What's the deal with platform fighters? Jerry (the character from the show, not his actor) would use his comedian aesthetic and references to classic episodes to fight, and could possibly have some sort of laugh track meter mechanic. I've never seen Seinfeld, I just think funny slap bass man would be funny to have this game.
 
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Job 1: Seung Gi-hun (Squid Game)

The protagonist of Netflix's most successful show yet (And my current profile picture), Seung Gi-hun could be a very interesting fighter, like the Villager of our Smash. I chose Gi-hun because he hails from Netflix's most successful series yet, so I think he is very deserving.

Job 2: 64
Basically what Wario Wario Wario said.
 
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Job 1

Tommy Oliver (Power Rangers)

ALL TOMMY OLIVER POWER RANGER FORMS - MIGHTY MORPHIN to 2017 FILM(Green  Ranger,White Rnager etc/y) - YouTube


Tommy Oliver is the most reoccurring ranger throughout the franchise. appearing in multiple seasons and appears as multiple rangers. Power Rangers is a powerhouse of a franchise by itself and is popular throughout the whole world and double that if we include Super Sentai.

Job 2

64
 
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64. Pretty much what WWW said

Job 1:

The Doctor (Doctor Who)

An iconic television character with 50+ years of appearances to pull from. An alien from a powerful society who ran away in a time machine. The Doctor is normally portrayed as a pacifist (apart from when they aren't), so you have to get creative with their moveset, but it could be done. They could make use of the Tardis, the Sonic Screwdriver, and perhaps references to their various enemies. We would have to decide which version to go with. (I'd say 13, 10 or 4 with others as alts.)
 
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Job #1
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Kermit the Frog (The Muppets)
Yes, he counts, like I said. His shows usually involve interacting with humans in some way, and the Muppets can be interacted with in real life mostly as they are in the shows/movies, unlike a stop-motion, CGI, or 2D animated character (although I'd probably say Roger Rabbit or King Kong would be eligible for the movie one later on, so I dunno). I think he fits for having another iconic character show up first, while being unorthodox and strange enough for a fighting game pick to show that this game can have some very different choices than other fighters. He's taken on a lot of roles over the years, has years of TV and movie appearances to draw from, and could have a unique type of movement to some of his attacks, given that he's a puppet/Muppet. I can see him ragdoll-ing for some of his moves, as weird as that could be.
 

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Job #1: Steve Harrington
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The greatest babysitter to ever exist, Steve Harrington would be a great character to add because he'd be a new rep with great moveset potential and personality.

But first, why Steve? I chose Steve out of all the Stranger Things characters because Steve seems to be the most popular and is a fantastic character, he's also a great example of how to use character development to make a nearly unforgivable character the only reason you watch season 3.

Moves Steve can use are swings of his baseball bat, using the ice cream scooper from Scoops Ahoy!, among other things


Job #2: 64, because that's the amount of blocks you can have in a stack in Minecraft
 

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Job #1: Nominate a live-action TV character.
They have to directly originate from a live-action TV show. So Batman or the Incredible Hulk wouldn’t fit with this, but Captain Kirk or even Kermit the Frog might work, for two examples. You can submit any (applicable) examples or anything else you feel like fits. Characters played by actors in a live-action form, wearing suits/special effects prosthetics, or even puppets are all eligible, but characters from entirely animated shows (2D, stop-motion/clay, CGI, etc.) are not.

Job #2: Choose the base character roster size.
I feel like it needs to be divided evenly between the 8 sections out of fairness. But there is a reasonable size, small or large, that we may want to achieve, especially for such a wide breadth. But our base roster size is up to you. Keep in mind that this also generally decides how many characters per section there are. The roster could also expand later with potential DLC, so there’s another factor to keep in mind.

The choices are:
40 [5 characters per section]
48 [6 characters per section]
56 [7 per section]
64 [8 x 8]
72 [9 x 8]
80 [10 x 8]
Job #1
Buffy Summers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

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Mysterious prophetic dreams have lead to this moment... a battle not with vampires, but with... a caped hero? A plumber? A martial artist? Surely this can't be right - can it?

Buffy's own toolkit mostly relies on her abilities as a Slayer. As well as stuff given to her at a later stage during the Twilight Crisis arc such as flight, she has more basic abilities such as her intense and surprisingly adept skill in various fighting forms such as aikido and jiu jitsu. This, combined with her enhanced strength and, in her own words, "fashion sense," are sure to make her quite an effective fighter against some characters.

Whilst I don't know Buffy all too well, the series has been pretty popular overall, and has held up over time as a pretty popular cult TV show, so I guess there's potential here.

Job #2
I'm going to say 64, because it's a cool number, and it's not too many but not too few.
 

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JOB 1: Dwight Schrute (The Office)

The Office is an extremely popular and highly influential sitcom that follows the wacky hijinx and drama of the employees at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company (who hardly ever get actual work done). The Office itself has become synonymous with Netflix binging (ironic, as the show no longer exists on Netflix).
The show's most beloved character, without a doubt, would have to be Dwight Schrute. This authority-craving, egotistical employee is the Assistant to the Reigonal Manager (that being Steve Carell's character, Micheal Scott). He is, for lack of a better term, an icon of pop culture, which is why I think he'd be a great choice for our first live-action fighter.
As for movesets, it'd be pretty cool to see a character who excluisively attacked with office supplies. I haven't watched a ton of the Office, though, so I don't have much more to add than that. For alts, we could go the Hero route and have his co-workers be the different costumes, or just have them be his many different attires throughout series (I, for one, think a Christmas elf Dwight would be hillarious to see).
 
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Job #1: Sherlock Holmes

I think we should add some timeless characters in here from the start who were essential in the history of pop culture and so my pick for that would be Sherlock Holmes. He would fight by using investigative techniques and boxing.
 

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Job #1: Sherlock Holmes

I think we should add some timeless characters in here from the start who were essential in the history of pop culture and so my pick for that would be Sherlock Holmes. He would fight by using investigative techniques and boxing.
I think these have to be characters who first appeared on TV. So Sherlock (a book character) wouldn't count.

We should def add him at some point though.
 

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Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule Darkonedagger Darkonedagger Yes, I'll say for now Sherlock isn't eligible for this job, originating more as a literary character, but should absolutely be added later.

I'll also say that, like the "Smash in Another Universe", you can submit Music and Profiles at any time during the thread, but there will eventually be a limit. For Superman, I'd stick mostly to Superman associated stuff for now rather than all of DC, though that could include anything from the movies, TV shows, or even things like the New Gods or the Legion of Superheroes. Dragon Ball could also include Dr. Slump and Jaco the Galactic Patrolman, but I wouldn't stretch it so far to accept Chrono Trigger or Dragon Quest for now. Mario can include all of his spin-offs. Mickey, I'd mostly stick to characters in his general universe, Darkwing Duck would probably be the limit there. No Disney Princesses, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, etc. yet. Sorry for so many rules for right now.
 
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Job 1:
Ross (The Office)

Ross is main character of The Office series. He is boss of the Office and he is most Office character of the series.
His moveset could be based on Office stuff like spilling mugs with coffee or screaming at people like "Nooooooo God Please no!", and his Final Smash could be something related to Office.
He could be Unexpected pick for Pop Cultire smash bros.

Job 2:
I'll go with 50 characters.

(Why I did wrote it poorly?)
 
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Job 1:
Ross (The Office)

Ross is main character of The Office series. He is boss of the Office and he is most Office character of the series.
His moveset could be based on Office stuff like spilling mugs with coffee or screaming at people like "Nooooooo God Please no!", and his Final Smash could be something related to Office.
He could be Unexpected pick for Pop Cultire smash bros.

Job 2:
I'll go with 50 characters.
You’re refering to Michael Scott, right? I think you might’ve gotten his name confused with a character from Friends. Just wanna make sure people know who you’re talking about.

Anywho while I’m here, I might as well submit someone.

Job #1: Walter White/Heisenberg (Breaking Bad)

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Walter White is the main protagonist of Breaking Bad. At the start of the series, he’s just your average science teacher and family man. But after his cancer diagnosis, he turns to a life of crime with his former student Jesse Pinkman in order to pay for his treatment.

Being from one of the most critically acclaimed television dramas in recent memory, I think Walt would be an excellent choice for this roster. As Walt often utilizies his scientific expertise to get out of sticky situations, there’s a lot you could pull from for a potential moveset. Also he’s funny :)
 

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Dwight K Schrute


See? He is already ready.

Dwight hails from the vastly more funny and successful American version. Dwight K Schrute is a master of all forms of combat…from karate, to lighting fireworks, to self-defense, and everything in between. Unless it’s pranks which, regrettably, tends to get the best of him. That being said, it’s due to the machinations of his co-worker Jim Halpert who is leagues behind Dwight (his words, not mine). In his home series, he’s battled his boss, Michael Scott to the death, fought off a deadly bat, retrieved a burning hot pocket (or something) from a burning building, burned the building and caused mayhem, used a paintball gun to assassinate a cardboard Saddam Hussein, ripped the face off of a CPR training dummy and extracted the vital organs, and even powered through a presentation despite having appendicitis. And dare I mention how he saved his arch nemesis from a pounding after the receptionist’s enraged ex-boyfriend attacked Jim for kissing the receptionist. He did all that with just a can of pepper spray but please don’t call him a hero…but it’s ok if you do cause he was the hero. That’s just a fraction of his achievements. Though none other are more dear than being Dunder-Mifflin Employee of the Month for the Scranton branch. His ability to raise the crowds and drive sales so that “together we can prevail” truly show that this man…nay…this beer Farmer…could rise to the challenge and “sow his oats” among the likes of Mickey and Superman.



I saw that someone wrote another Dwight post. I will combine with that one to create an even larger and superior post honoring Dunder-Mifflin’s greatest employee.

This is even after considering other greats like Ron Swanson, Troy and Abed, and Hiro from Heroes.
 
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Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule Darkonedagger Darkonedagger Yes, I'll say for now Sherlock isn't eligible for this job, originating more as a literary character, but should absolutely be added later.

I'll also say that, like the "Smash in Another Universe", you can submit Music and Profiles at any time during the thread, but there will eventually be a limit. For Superman, I'd stick mostly to Superman associated stuff for now rather than all of DC, though that could include anything from the movies, TV shows, or even things like the New Gods or the Legion of Superheroes. Dragon Ball could also include Dr. Slump and Jaco the Galactic Patrolman, but I wouldn't stretch it so far to accept Chrono Trigger or Dragon Quest for now. Mario can include all of his spin-offs. Mickey, I'd mostly stick to characters in his general universe, Darkwing Duck would probably be the limit there. No Disney Princesses, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, etc. yet. Sorry for so many rules for right now.
So we can submit profiles and music starting now?
 

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Alright, here are the characters to vote for in our first job!
Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Jerry Seinfeld (Seinfeld)
Yiptap Yiptap Seung Gi-hun (Squid Game)
cashregister9 cashregister9 Tommy Oliver (Power Rangers)
Darkonedagger Darkonedagger The Doctor (Doctor Who)
AlRex AlRex Kermit the Frog (The Muppets)
CheeseAnton CheeseAnton Steve Harrington (Stranger Things)
KneeOfJustice99 KneeOfJustice99 Buffy Summers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Janx_uwu Janx_uwu and Venus of the Desert Bloom Venus of the Desert Bloom Dwight Schrute (The Office)
nirvanafan nirvanafan Tom Servo & Crow T. Robot (Mystery Science Theater 3000)
Tankman from Newgrounds Tankman from Newgrounds Michael Scott (The Office) [I assume this is who you mean, Ross is from Friends]
OrpheusTelos OrpheusTelos Walter White (Breaking Bad)

As you might have known by now, you vote for three, and only put yours in second or third. Here are my own votes.
1. The Doctor
2. Kermit
3. Buffy

Tom & Crow narrowly missed the vote for me, and in general, there were a lot of good choices, both strange and conventional, but I wanted to at least give some shine to the first/only female character we’ve nominated so far. Plus she also brings her own unique atmosphere along with her series. I think Buffy’s an interesting example in this category for another reason. Technically, there is a movie, but it’s a rather different thing than the show, and I would consider the show much more of the driving cultural presence and the main mythology that springs to mind for Buffy. I’d consider this less of a stretch than if someone nominated Batman, the Hulk, Arya Stark, etc. here, but only just about. I’ll allow it for now.

Also based on the current consensus, our base roster will be 64. Stay tuned for later developments.

And Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule you can indeed
 
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Alright, here are the characters to vote for in our first job!
Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Jerry Seinfeld (Seinfeld)
Yiptap Yiptap Seung Gi-hun (Squid Game)
cashregister9 cashregister9 Tommy Oliver (Power Rangers)
Darkonedagger Darkonedagger The Doctor (Doctor Who)
AlRex AlRex Kermit the Frog (The Muppets)
CheeseAnton CheeseAnton Steve Harrington (Stranger Things)
KneeOfJustice99 KneeOfJustice99 Buffy Summers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Janx_uwu Janx_uwu Dwight Schrute (The Office)
nirvanafan nirvanafan Tom Servo & Crow T. Robot (Mystery Science Theater 3000)
Tankman from Newgrounds Tankman from Newgrounds Michael Scott (The Office) [I assume this is who you mean, Ross is from Friends]

As you might have known by now, you vote for three, and only put yours in second or third. Here are my own votes.
1. The Doctor
2. Kermit
3. Buffy

Tom & Crow narrowly missed the vote for me, and in general, there were a lot of good choices, both strange and conventional, but I wanted to at least give some shine to the first/only female character we’ve nominated so far. Plus she also brings her own unique atmosphere along with her series. I think Buffy’s an interesting example in this category for another reason. Technically, there is a movie, but it’s a rather different thing than the show, and I would consider the show much more of the driving cultural presence and the main mythology that springs to mind for Buffy. I’d consider this less of a stretch than if someone nominated Batman, the Hulk, Arya Stark, etc. here, but only just about. I’ll allow it for now.

Also based on the current consensus, our base roster will be 64. Stay tuned for later developments.
I'd like to preface this by apologising for submitting Buffy, as I wasn't aware there was a movie. I was going from what I was aware of (being my limited knowledge on the show due to a friend of mine being a big fan of it), so I'd like to cordially offer my apologies for the confusion.

1. The Doctor (there's a lot of bias from me here, but also a ton of potential. bonus points if K-9 is part of his toolkit!)
2. Michael Scott (this would be pretty funny to see, and the level of meme potential of him doing "parkour" as his moveset would be hilarious)
3. Kermit the Frog (funny smash 4 meme haha - also, a pretty cool worldwide pick in a sense.)
 

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1. Walter White (great moveset potential and is currently relevant due to memes. Memes are power. Walter White would be powerful)
2. The Doctor (admittedly not a big fan of the show, but I recognize he has to be here)
3. Steve Harrington (he's my main in Dead by Daylight)
 
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lol yeah I'll join in on this, I love making haphazard and spastic pop culture references! and I'm only half joking...

1. The Doctor (loath as I am to put a British at my #1 spot, the Doctor is just so damn enduring in everyone's mind.)
2. Kermit the Frog (shocking amount of moveset potential here)
3. Jerry Seinfeld (would have great lines)
 

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Alright, here are the characters to vote for in our first job!
Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Jerry Seinfeld (Seinfeld)
Yiptap Yiptap Seung Gi-hun (Squid Game)
cashregister9 cashregister9 Tommy Oliver (Power Rangers)
Darkonedagger Darkonedagger The Doctor (Doctor Who)
AlRex AlRex Kermit the Frog (The Muppets)
CheeseAnton CheeseAnton Steve Harrington (Stranger Things)
KneeOfJustice99 KneeOfJustice99 Buffy Summers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Janx_uwu Janx_uwu and Venus of the Desert Bloom Venus of the Desert Bloom Dwight Schrute (The Office)
nirvanafan nirvanafan Tom Servo & Crow T. Robot (Mystery Science Theater 3000)
Tankman from Newgrounds Tankman from Newgrounds Michael Scott (The Office) [I assume this is who you mean, Ross is from Friends]

And Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule you can indeed
Alright thanks (and sorry for the stupid question lol)

Anyways here are my votes:
1. Jerry
2. Kermit
3. Buffy

And I think I’ll starts us off with a few profiles for each series. Just keeping it basic for now:
Mickey Mouse:
Minnie Mouse
Donald Duck
Goofy
Pluto
Scrooge McDuck
Huey Dewey and Louie
Chip n Dale
Max
Pete

Superman:
Lois Lane
Jimmy Olsen
Lex Luthor
Brainiac
Darkseid
Superboy
Supergirl
Doomsday
Steel

Dragon Ball:
Bulma
Shenron
Krillin
Piccolo
Gohan
Vegeta
King Kai
Frieza
Future Trunks
Majin Buu
Beerus

Mario:
Luigi
Toad
Peach
Bowser
Donkey Kong
Wario
Waluigi
Daisy
Rosalina

Also are plot relevant objects eligible for profile submissions? Because if so I’d also like to submit Kyrptonite and Dragon Balls as profiles
 

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Also are plot relevant objects eligible for profile submissions? Because if so I’d also like to submit Kyrptonite and Dragon Balls as profiles
Absolutely. Especially if they can potentially become items later on.

1. Walter White (great moveset potential and is currently relevant due to memes. Memes are power. Walter White would be powerful)
2. The Doctor (admittedly not a big fan of the show, but I recognize he has to be here)
3. Steve Harrington (he's my secondary main in Dead by Daylight)

EDIT: I just realized, Walter White is not on the list of candidates, AlRex AlRex you need to add him cause OrpheusTelos OrpheusTelos submitted him
Op, yeah, that's a goof on my part, will rectify that, as well. If anyone wanted to vote for Walter but didn't realize he was there, feel free to change your votes if you want.
 
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Some music for Michael

  1. Mickey Mouse Club March - The Mickey Mouse Club
  2. Mickey Mouse Club March (Eurobeat) - DDR Disney Mix
  3. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse theme - Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  4. Hot Dog - Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  5. DuckTales theme - DuckTales
  6. DuckTales theme - DuckTales 2017
  7. The Moon - DuckTales: Remastered
  8. After Today - A Goofy Movie
  9. Stand Out - A Goofy Movie
  10. I2I - A Goofy Movie
  11. Steamboat Willie - Steamboat Willie
  12. The Barn Dance - The Barn Dance
  13. The Sorcerer's Apprentace - Fantasia
  14. Intro - House of Mouse
  15. Intro - Chip N' Dale: Rescue Rangers
 

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Alright, I think we've got votes for everyone. Like, literally every character nominated got at least one vote.
Jerry Seinfeld: 14
Seung Gi-hun: 2
Tommy Oliver: 3
The Doctor: 19
Kermit the Frog: 23
Steve Harrington: 3
Buffy Summers: 2
Dwight Schrute: 4
Tom Servo & Crow T. Robot: 3
Michael Scott: 2
Walter White: 11
Meaning the winner is Kermit the Frog! But not to toot my own horn, I'm glad for the turn-out this early on, and the sheer variety that is already proven by just this category alone. Also, as far as other material for him and his series, you can submit anything from the Muppet Show or Sesame Street, maybe other Henson productions, barring Ninja Turtles or something like that. This could still mean that a Sesame Street originating Muppet could get in later, though, if we are so inclined.

Now for our next two jobs, ones that should be pretty foundational.
Job #3: What should the general gameplay style be like?
How much should be shared in common with Smash? This will still be a platform fighter, but what else? Keep damage percentages? Lifebars instead? The same methods of inputting normals, Smash Attacks, and Specials? Add Super Meters? Anything else? Just offer a general, quick summary, maybe with any other overall mechanical differences/similarities it would have with regular Smash Bros, or any other platform fighters like Nick All-Star Brawl, MultiVersus, etc.

Job #4: What should the name of the game be?
I personally thought of "Pop Culture Clash", but if anybody's got some other ideas, I'd be happy to hear them.
 
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Wario Wario Wario

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Game Name: Super Smash Bros. Conglomerate

A fitting name, both for something with lots of different types of character and lots of major corporations represented.

Small gameplay proposition: we should have light and strong attacks like NASB - but also light and strong specials
 

AlRex

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My proposal for the general gameplay style.
Specials are like Smash, Neutral, Forward, Up, and Down. We also have Shield + Special for certain special mechanics/abilities of certain characters.
The ground and Aerial Attacks will be like they are in NASB, with Lights and Strongs.
The Final Smash equivalent: Supers. Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3, with a meter bar at the bottom. Not done like PSASBR where they're the only thing that can KO, though.
Damage will work the same as Smash or NASB, by percentages, with higher percentages sending foes flying further out of the arena.
Generally, you’d just have to submit the main four Specials and the three Supers, though you can mention these other things.
 

KneeOfJustice99

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Alright, I think we've got votes for everyone. Like, literally every character nominated got at least one vote.
Jerry Seinfeld: 14
Seung Gi-hun: 2
Tommy Oliver: 3
The Doctor: 19
Kermit the Frog: 23
Steve Harrington: 3
Buffy Summers: 2
Dwight Schrute: 4
Tom Servo & Crow T. Robot: 3
Michael Scott: 2
Walter White: 11
Meaning the winner is Kermit the Frog! But not to toot my own horn, I'm glad for the turn-out this early on, and the sheer variety that is already proven by just this category alone. Also, as far as other material for him and his series, you can submit anything from the Muppet Show or Sesame Street, maybe other Henson productions, barring Ninja Turtles or something like that. This could still mean that a Sesame Street originating Muppet could get in later, though, if we are so inclined.

Now for our next two jobs, ones that should be pretty foundational.
Job #3: What should the general gameplay style be like?
How much should be shared in common with Smash? This will still be a platform fighter, but what else? Keep damage percentages? Lifebars instead? The same methods of inputting normals, Smash Attacks, and Specials? Add Super Meters? Anything else? Just offer a general, quick summary, maybe with any other overall mechanical differences/similarities it would have with regular Smash Bros, or any other platform fighters like Nick All-Star Brawl, MultiVersus, etc.

Job #4: What should the name of the game be?
I personally thought of "Pop Culture Clash", but if anybody's got some other ideas, I'd be happy to hear them.
Job #3: My own response to this is that it should play a bit like a combination of Smash, NASB, and PSASAR (but done well.) Similar baseline control scheme to Smash, but with strong and weak "normal" attacks in the place of smashes and tilts, as well as supers in the place of Final Smashes (though not with that bull**** mechanic where they're the only move that can K.O. an enemy.)

Job #4: Everything vs Everything. I think it would be pretty hilarious to have this as a reference to arguably the most popular M.U.G.E.N game, given this is going to look like a M.U.G.E.N roster by the end of it all - plus, having Kung Fu Man as the Sandbag equivalent is unreasonably funny to me.
 
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