Fighters of Lapis 7 is said to be taking a much smaller approach to the series and returning to the roots in a different way. Gone are the 200+ unlockable characters with absurd unlock conditions; characters are now sorted into teams. These teams sort characters and are essential to many of the new modes. Some teams vary in size (although they have to have at least four members) and may have different rules; for example the Canada Team only consists of Scott Pilgrim characters, while the Hero Team consists of many different characters from different series.
Mario is no longer a character after the events of Fighters of Lapis 6.
All past versions and children have been excluded for the most part. Some still show up in teams, but they are no longer toggled by clicking their portraits.
There is now a brand new slide mechanic. Use it to quickly dodge attacks with a underneath counter. Some characters have move to guard or even counter slides.
Story: Complete Clonage
Tentative title. Not much is known, but it is said to about clones, which is good enough for now. Right?
The Hero Team is actually kind of misleading; these are heroes we will mainly follow in the story mode. They can be considered the main characters of sort. The group was formed during the 2nd annual Fighters of Lapis tournament, with K' joining somewhat later. There is a conflict in the group about who should be leader; one is against Mario's last words.
Wii Fit Trainer
The instructor for the game Wii Fit. She attacks using yoga, of course. She can also slightly heal herself doing these meditating moves. She is probably the calmest character of the bunch. She was promoted to leader of the Fighters of Lapis in the sixth game.
Get Fit - Sends out a bunch of rainbow images of herself to attack opponents and knock them off stage.
A magical girl who has control of time. Homura's shield is able to store a countless amount of weapons, as demonstrated by the many pistols, light machineguns, shotguns, rocket launchers, and boxes of ammunition packed inside it. Her shield is relatively small and she is able to wear it around her wrist, much like a watch. She is able to stop time within a circle, freezing opponents. She is at odds with Wii Fit Trainer, believing she should be leading the Fighters of Lapis.
Freeze Sand - Stops all motion and sets up a bunch of rocket launchers, and then unfreezes time to launch them all.
K' (real name unknown) was a normal child who lived happily with his sister, Seirah. One day, they were captured by NESTS, a crime syndicate who dealt with drugs, genetics, robotics and biotechnology. K' was kept under NESTS and trained to be some kind of weapon. In 1998, K' was made to participate in the Kusanagi cloning program. He was infused with Kyo Kusanagi's DNA, which gave him the power of pyrokinesis. During the program, K's memory was tinkered with, and he was made to believe that he was Krizalid's clone. K's fighting style is said to be "Pure Violence", but it has several similarities with Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do. He even uses some of his famous moves, such as the One inch punch and Flying Kicks. As a nod to hinting of said "violence", K's moves tend to show very violent mannerisms due to his high-strung nature. This ranges from violent elbow strikes, enraged battle cries, and even resorting to throw his sunglasses at his foe and following up with a beatdown, no holds barred.
Crimson Star Road - K’ slides forward. He disappears briefly and reappears on the other side of his foe. He gives the thumbs down and his foe is set ablaze.
Peter Parker didn't know what he was in for when a radioactive Spider bit him, but he's learned that with great power comes great responsibility! He uses his web-slinging powers, increased strength, web netting, and ability to stick to walls! He doesn't know it yet, but him and K' have something in common...!
Great Responsibility - Summons all the Spider-men from every known multiverse and have them assist him in creating a giant web that Symbiote Galactus eats at.
A team formed just out of Titans. They look large, but they're actually kind of weak; after years of being bashed around, their power is faltering. Even with a Titan from another Multiverse, it looks like they won't be lasting long...
The Reptflux reproduction returns. He is the most balanced out of the Titans, with decent strength and decent recovery. He can turn into a spider as well as a stack of Kona that can crush whoever is under him. He's also one of the taller titans.
True Reptflux - He appears for about ten seconds, but anyone that merely touches him will be vaporized.
His Titan brother, Reptflux, may be more powerful, but he is more agile. He has better recovery and what not. He can turn into a lobster as well as a stack of Cobalt that can crush whoever is under him. He's also one of the taller titans. Again, this is not the same Zelflux, but a copy of the original as it is smaller and less powerful.
True Zelflux - He appears for about ten seconds, but anyone that merely touches him will be vaporized.
His Titan brothers may be more agile, but he is stronger than both. He can turn into a raven as well as a stack of Coal that can crush whoever is under him. Again, this is not the same Endflux, but a copy of the original as it is smaller and less powerful.
True Endflux - He appears for about ten seconds, but anyone that merely touches him will be vaporized.
One of the "Irregular" titans; a manifestation of Irregular. Known as the orange titan, Exoflux attacks with his construction based hands; he can scoop up fighters or roll them flat.
Irregular - Turns into a giant Irregular Hand that sweeps everyone across the stage.
The Canada Team consists of mostly Scott Pilgrim characters, which got a outstanding boost in Fighters of Lapis 6. Missing from this team is Nega Scott (who joined Dark Team), who newcomer Kim Pine has taken place of. This team consists of six characters, but only three can be picked, per the usual.
Scott Pilgrim lives in Toronto, in the Canadian province of Ontario and is the bassist for the indie rock band Sex Bob-Omb. Scott is a highly capable fighter, using various moves and techniques derived from various games, most noticeably from the Street Fighter series. Scott's fighting prowess is said to be incredible; according to Kim Pine, it's earned him the title "the best fighter in the Province". He can employ incredible moves such as the Shoryuken and the Air Juggle. Scott has also shown the ability to level up, doing so increases his stats, and grants him a flaming sword to use in combat.
Power of Understanding - Scott strikes up in a diagonal direction, hitting anyone caught in the path.
Ramona presents a tough, independent exterior and behaves like a free-spirit (as evidenced by her constant dyeing of her hair). She does not hesitate to impose her views on Scott (such as criticizing the apartment he and Wallace live in), and can be quite bossy at times (such as telling Scott to get a job so that she doesn't have to travel through his lame dreams when she's at work). She also maintains a "mysterious" aura, telling Scott very little about herself at least initially, while simultaneously striving to learn as much as possible about Scott's past relationships nearly to the point of being intrusive. She is also rather humorous and sarcastic. She has a subspace bag as well as several weapons.
Subspace Door - Ramona opens a door to Subspace, which allows oodles of flying piggy banks to fly out.
Once the doting girlfriend of Scott, he broke up with her after he met Ramona (though he initially "forgot" to break up with her). Initially a quiet, typical school girl, after their break-up, she cut and dyed her hair and changed her clothing style, hoping to win Scott back by becoming more of a hipster. Knives usually and appropriately uses knives in battle as both melee and throwing weapons. Knives appears to have a large supply of these weapons as she is always seen with at least two of her knives despite throwing some of them. Knives can throw these knives from a great distance and with great force.
Super Knifes - Knives throws three giant knives at a opponent, which does 80% damage and cable of knocking back a foe far.
Natalie V. "Envy" Adams is Scott Pilgrim's ex-girlfriend who brutally dumped Scott in college prior to the events of the book. Initially a quiet, mousey girl, she decides to change herself and her image, becoming more callous and aggressive and eventually taking over Scott's band and dumping him. Envy can be rather tricky to fight against, she's fast and relies sorely on kicks that can knock you into the air or across the screen. She also has a devastating jump kick where she jumps from one end of the screen only to come flying back at you with it.
Green Apple - Envy kicks a green apple into the ground, which sprouts out a Wispy Woods expy.
Lynette Guycott is the drummer for The Clash at Demonhead. Lynette mostly hangs back and watches quietly as events unfold. She has a bionic arm that can expand a great distance, as well as go underground. Lynette has also has the ability to teleport as well. She can also blend into the background of a stage and then pop out or attack from the background, but grabbing her still works.
Neo Freakout - Lynette's arm grows super big and grabs an opponent, slamming them into the stage.
Kimberly "Kim" Pine is Scott's ex-girlfriend and also the drummer for Sex Bob-omb, Scott's band.was Scott's first girlfriend, whom he "saved" from Simon Lee back in high school. The two broke up when Scott's family moved away to Toronto, and when Kim moved to Toronto herself, they formed Sex Bob-Omb with Scott's former bandmate, Stephen Stills. She has a sarcastic personality and is known to be a misanthrope. You might say that she has somewhat of an inferiority complex, as she looks down at her knees, sullen, and laments Envy's beauty. She attacks with a freak out move that stuns opponents and damages them if they're in the radius of the attack. She can also attacks with a smiling star that looks for opponents and lands on them.
Live Preformance - Slams the drums with drumsticks, similar to Donkey Kong's final smash.
Formed with people from Ooo.
He's the go-to hero for the land of Ooo. Finn mainly his sword to attack, but can also use his hands to create fire and create things out of paper.
Wizard Finn - Finn puts on the Wizard robe and uses magical spells.
Jake is a magic dog with stretchy dog powers. He can shape shift into various things to attack, and throw a pickle jar at opponents.
Ice Ninja - Jake can use Fridjitzu, able to cast ice and snow based spells.
One of Finn's past lives. Shoko can use radioactive goop, her cyborg arm, and her white tiger to attack. Despite being mostly one handed, Shoko is very skilled.
Ghost of the Past - Transforms into her ghost form seen in "The Creeps" and sweeps the stage with toxic radioactive goop.
While he uses ice powers and can freeze opponents, when compared to his gender-flipped counterpart, he's almost a joke. However, when he's mad he can become quite an formidable foe.
Ice Storm - Sends out thunder-shaped ice down on foes across the stage.
Ice Queen is from Ice King's fan-fiction world, where everyone's gender has been switched. Ice Queen on the other hand, heavily differs from Ice King, being actually competent and having raised Cake. She uses powers and being able to disguise herself as another character.
Ice Storm - Sends out thunder-shaped ice down on foes across the stage.
Fionna and Cake
Fionna and Cake are a duo that work together to stop threats to the land of Ooo. Fionna works primarily with a sword, while Cake works mainly with her hands. Cake mostly sits in Fionna's backpack unless switched out, in which case Fionna will appear in Cake's "backpack".
Author's Note - Fionna and Cake turn into super-powered ice forms of themselves.
She is a scientist, inventor, and the former ruler over the Candy Kingdom before she was usurped by the King of Ooo. According to the events in "Princess Day," during her rule over the kingdom, she was considered a registered princess. While not always on the right side of things, she still is one of the toughest and smartest people Finn knows. She uses things like formulas, zombies, and Raincorn to help her fight.
Goliad - Goliad breaks everyone's mind, causing major damage.
Marceline is a half-demon/half-Vampire who is over a thousand years old. During her first encounter with Finn and Jake, she requests that they leave their tree fort as the area belongs to her. Despite initially being their enemy, Marceline quickly becomes one of Finn and Jake's closest friends. Her father is the demon who rules the Nightosphere. She attacks by using her ax guitar and turning into a monster.
Lord of the Nightosphere - Marceline wears the Nightosphere amulet and turns into a powerful demon.
One of the three princess residing in the Nameless Kingdom. She built it up by herself with dream powers. While she's the final boss of Nameless Kingdom as well as the antagonist, she's not exactly evil. She attacks with purple and green projectiles and she can turn into a dark cloud that moves much faster and is low enough to the ground to avoid a lot of attacks. She can also erect stone pillars to attack.
All A Dream - Characters near the character when activated suddenly appear underneath the stage.
Formed from people from Mordecai and Rigby's social circle. Mordecai, being the leader, got a "leadership jacket" so people could tell who's the leader.
Mordecai is a blue jay who works at The Park. He and friend Rigby go on strange adventures in mundane situations. Mordecai is slightly stronger than Rigby and uses a guitar and a golf cart to attack. He also has abilities like Death Kwon Do.
The Power - Mordecai takes control using The Power. He can make his opponents stand still, summon items, and increase strength.
Rigby is a raccoon who hangs out with Mordecai. He is faster than Mordecai and has sharp claws at his disposal. He is slightly weaker than Mordecai and can use a time machine.
Technomancer Rigby - Rigby dons a Technomancer costume and attacks using his keyboard. He can summon team members and shock people.
CJ is a kind individual who enjoys a lot of the same things that Mordecai does, including video games, rock bands, and generally goofing off, though she deeply cares for her friends. In the episode "Maxin' and Relaxin", she also reveals that she is a funny person. Befitting her cloud-like nature, C.J.'s appearance mimics her emotional state: when she is happy, she is a white cloud; when she is angry or upset, she becomes a rain cloud. If pushed too far, C.J. will morph into a mass array of thunder storms with rain and damaging winds. She has a hard time controlling her negative emotions to the point where she can become violent when angry and moody when upset. Her emotions are clearly visible based on her cloud color. This what she uses to attack; lightning and rain.
One Last Putt - Slams a golfball with so much force towards another character that it knocks them out of the stage.
Skips is a yeti who works at the park as a groundskeeper. He helps Benson a lot, and fixes many of the mistakes that Mordecai and Rigby make. He is very wise, and has a knowing of many things to those of the unknown, due to his past of immortality. He has brute strength and wisdom that will help him in battles along with using the Fists of Justice. He can summon the Guardians of Eternal Youth to help him out in his attacks as well.
Skip's Stress - Sends out a manifestation of his own stress to attack which attacks with tentacles and biting.
The Bare Bears
A group of Bears (Grizzly, Panda, Ice Bear) living between the lines of nature and humanity. They utilize a type of transportation called a "bearstack" as their own creative way, by stacking Grizzly, Panda, and Ice Bear to symbolize their friendship; and by giving themselves a productive form of transport. By switching the bears on top and bottom, you can utilize a couple different methods of attacks, with Grizzy having slower but more powerful flailing attacks, Ice Bear utilizing actual fighting moves, and Panda with technology based moves.
Burrito Lightning Strike - A radio tower appears from the ground and gets zapped, spewing the innards everywhere.
During the timeline reset, it seems that the Crystal Gems have been switched around a little. Steven still remains his cheerful self, but he is now joined by Jasper, Peridot, and Pearl.
A half-human, half-Gem as a result of his parentage, Steven is an extraordinary unique being with innate powers beyond that of both normal humans and Gems. While only a child, Steven has steadily grown from an escort of the Crystal Gems into an equal amongst their ranks thanks to his good-hearted nature and resourcefulness. Though he is a part of a monumental legacy, Steven is devoted to fulfilling his destiny as protector of humanity, just like his mother was before him. He uses a shield for much of his attacks and grow sentient flora in the form of watermelons shaped like himself as disposable extra fighters.
Lion - Summons Lion... who really doesn't do anything for a while and then bursts with pink energy, intoxicating everyone.
Jasper is ruthless and headstrong, as well as an aggressive combatant. Assumed to be a high-ranking Gem warrior and veteran of The Rebellion, Jasper is very authoritative and militaristic; something that directly affects her subordinates, Peridot and Pearl. She doesn't care about them, doesn't bother to heed their warnings or concerns, and will not hesitate to browbeat them into submission if they complain or disagree with her. The importance she puts on one's own battle prowess also leads her to look down upon any of whom she considers to be a weakling. She can summon her crash helmet, which acts both as a weapon and armor; a hammer-like protrusion in the front of the helmet allows her to use it to charge, slam, and headbutt her opponent, while a clear orange-tinted visor extends down, covering the upper part of her face. She can preform a spin dash and comet charge as some of her attacks.
Omega Dash - Obliterates anything in her path with a super powerful dash, head on.
Noel Vermillion is a former lieutenant of the Novus Orbis Librarium. She fights with the Drive "Chain Revolver", which allow her to use large-barrel handguns, though it can take on other forms.
μ-No.12 - She turns into μ-No.12 who attacks with disembodied swords. She also floats around, opens up wormholes and creates energy barriers.
Litchi Faye-Ling is a renowned doctor living in Orient Town, located in the 13th Hierarchical City of Kagutsuchi. Litchi has the ability to mentally control her staff from a distance. Her staff is usually seen floating behind her and it will thrust forward as she punches and kicks before returning to its neutral position. She can also throw it so it lands, erect and upright, far away from her, and she can later make it fly back to her, twirling rapidly like a wheel so that it hurts anyone in its way. The staff seems to be able to do some small amount of shape-shifting. Her staff can split into three parts or briefly double itself to attack from two angles or even become a strange "stick man" that marches forward as it wildly flails at an opponent.
Nine Gates of Heaven - Litchi swiftly dashes forward and delivers her opponent one hundred kicks.
Arakune is a black, blob-like creature. He is able to dive into the ground as a puddle and sink into the ground to avoid attacks and render himself invisible to enemy detection until he is struck. His gooey body encompasses a horde of poisonous insects that swarm around his opponents. His body also contains a bundle of bones which he can shapeshift for a variety of melee attacks or shape it into a cannon that can fire a concentrated beam of dark energy.
N to Infinity - Arakune transforms into a huge spherical shape and lunges at the opponent.
Bullet is a member of a mercenary squad who appears to be against Sector Seven, due to an incident in the past involving Sector Seven which led to the deaths of her squad mates. Having been raised by mercenaries since she was young, she fights from one battlefield to another. Bullet wields an unnamed Ars Armagus on her arms, which she uses as armor to block attacks. But their main function is to create fireballs that she uses in some of her attacks. Yet these fireballs cannot act as projectiles unless Bullet fires them at the ground. Despite her powerful weapon, most of Bullet's attacks involve her own physical strength. While she's obviously weaker than characters like Tager or Azrael, she is strong enough to defeat other BlazBlue characters with her strength. This physical power is combined with her unique fighting style, which focuses on combos, agility, and brutality. Bullet is so vicious that she aims many of her strikes at an enemy's face or neck. Because of her lack of projectiles, Bullet focuses on rushing at an enemy at close range and then thrashing them to submission.
Hard Kill Bringer - Bullet stuns the opponent with a punch and grabs them, using her Armagus gauntlets to shoot them with explosive attacks in the face three times. She then brings them to the ground, and a large mechanism protrudes from one of her gauntlets, acting as the finishing punch.
Originally the leader of a Sector Seven assault team sent to retrieve Nirvana in the 4th Hierarchical City of Naobi, the mission was intercepted by Azrael and the man who would come to be known as Tager suffered a mortal wound during the mission. The only facts revealed about Tager during Bullet's recollection of him is that he was well-respected as a strong leader and valued as a dependable friend. Tager is noticeably the slowest character in the game, moving at a crawl and being unable to dash. Tager's strength, however, lies in his power, defense and his unique ability to magnetize opponents to draw opponents in to negate his mobility disadvantage. When in close proximity, Tager can grab his opponents, tossing them around the arena for extreme damage, or alter the properties of his grab to add additional magnetism; in addition, he is also able to grab opponents on the floor and apply additional magnetism or even go the simple route and pluck his foe out of the air and slam them on the ground. In addition to his normal electromagnetic grapples and throws, Tager can also build and hold Spark Bolt charges, allowing him to fire a large, very fast ball of pure electricity that sends any struck opponents straight towards him. His gauntlets also work to destroy most projectiles while closing distance.
King of Tager - A wickedly powerful throw. Hold button to pull in magnetized opponents. It has extremely high magnetic pull (will pull opponent in from fullscreen almost instantly) It looks like a throw, but is actually an unblockable attack (will hit airborne opponents as well as grounded ones, and cannot be teched).
Amane is a young man who travels around, gathering a troupe of young and handsome men and beautiful women as he goes. The majority of his troupe are orphans of war from around the world, which he has adopted. Amane is a friendly, respectful, and eccentric individual. He refers to battles as "dancing" and his gameplay style even resembles such. He is always on the lookout for possible fellow performers. Amane has an unusual ability that allows him to form his clothing into various shapes, although whether this is the effect of an Armagus, magic or otherwise is unknown. His Drive, Spiral, utilizes his clothing into drills that increase in power with repeated use, going from Level 1 to a maximum of Level 3, at which point his Drive begins chipping away at the opponent's defenses at an alarming rate. However, using it too much can result in it becoming overheated and will become unusable until it cools down and restarts at Level 1. Amane's Overdrive, Cyclone, maximizes his Drive's Level for its duration.
Jakutoku Meika: Gōhahōyō - Amane traps the opponent in a flower bud, and the background changes. He then poses with an umbrella as the opponent character bursts from the bud, in a much younger state (in most cases, characters like Tager are presented in parodied forms). The Astral closes with a red, green, and black curtain closing on the opponent from the side.
Relius Clover is Carl Clover and Ada Clover's father, and Ignis Clover's husband. He was a colonel in the Engineering Department for the Novus Orbis Librarium, and worked alongside Hazama as one of the main antagonists of the series until BlazBlue: Chronophantasma. Relius possesses a vast knowledge of both science and magic, and has created several weapons utilizing his intellect, such as the Murakumo Units, the Nox Nyctores named Nirvana, and his own puppet Ignis, using his own wife's body and soul as a catalyst. Armed with his immense knowledge in magic, mechanics, ars magus and his puppet Ignis, Relius has been shown to be one of the most powerful and dangerous beings in the BlazBlue universe, having fought and defeated the likes of Valkenhayn of the Six Heroes in some of their encounters and rarely showing any effort in any of his fights seen thus far.
The Puppeteer's Altar - Relius commands Ignis to grab his opponent. Then, in a mysterious room, the opponent is immobilized while Relius says some words. Finally, a door closes. Can be easily combo'ed from a Command Grab, from a 3C and even from a Gold Burst. This move's binding methods are different for each character.
Makoto is a squirrel-type beastkin and is considerably hyperactive with a short attention span, though she has proven to be rather cunning when she needs to be. She is outgoing and adventurous. She has a few complexes about her race, but nonetheless, she acknowledges who she is and is proud of it. Because of her Beastkin heritage, Makoto has inhuman reflexes, as well as incredible strength, being able to make an impact crater in Carl's storyline, and her Astral Heat involves her punching an opponent skyward, leaving an imprint of her fist in the moon before it splits apart. The increased strength, however, may be the result of her tonfas, Impact, which allows her to charge the strength of her blows.
Planet Crusher - Makoto charges up, then lunges forward. On hit, she then goes into a barrage of punches, then ends by punching the opponent through the moon. Invulnerable startup. Charge level determines speed of punch and distance traveled.
King of Fighters Team
Mai is a modern-world young female ninja and the granddaughter of the ninjutsu master Hanzo Shiranui, with the ability to create and control fire. She is a founding member of the King of Fighters Tournament's Women Fighters Team. She uses two paper fans and her fire abilities to fight.
Mizutori no Mai - Mai Shiranui gets armor decorated with fans. She can throw the fans like Boomerangs, and cause serious damage.
A pirate who despite coming from a rich background, would rather steal money than ask. At a chance to redeem herself, she uses her fighting style which involves hitting people with her high heels and slaps.
Many Many Torpedoes - Bonne Jenet releases a bunch of torpedoes onto opponents, causing serious damage. There are about 30-50 that can be released.
Mary grew up in a police family, and soon joined the police herself. She fell in love with a man named Butch, who worked with her father in the secret service. Butch also taught Mary a lot about Commando Sambo (her fighting style). While on a mission protecting the president, Butch and her father were both shot and killed by terrorists. The leather jacket she wears is a keepsake given to her as a gift from Butch. Blue Mary employs the fighting art of Commando Sambo. This Martial art uses striking and grappling techniques.
Splash Rose - Mary rushes to the opponent and attacks. After a while, she lifts the opponent with a uppercut.
Athena is the rebellious princess of the Kingdom of Victory, which exists in a heavenly world. She is bored with the uneventful day-to-day life in the castle and yearns for exciting adventures. One day, she is tempted to open the "Door Which Shoudn't Be Opened" in the basement of Castle Victory, and falls down to another realm called Fantasy World. The ensuing adventure is told in the game Athena. Athena's weapons of choice for one-on-one fighting are a sword and a heart-shaped shield, but she may use clubs, bows or magic wands while on her adventures, or fight unarmed if forced to.
Goddess Armor - Dons golden armor and strikes down with a huge crystal sword.
Luise is a mysterious woman with a strange and regal appearance. In her profile, it states that Luise is the daughter of Professor Detlev Meyrink, a well-known and respected authority on rocket science. She is one of the last members of the ageless alien race known as the Zoan. She can teleport herself and others, float, project bursts of energy, and dash in different directions several times in the air. Luise is considered difficult to use, but can still be an effective fighter. 'Schmetterling', which is Luise's fighting style, is German for 'butterfly'.
Zoan Butterfly - Butterflies fly from across the stage, and you know they don't take anybody's shit.
Terry and Andy were orphans who raised themselves on the streets. They were soon adopted by Jeff Bogard and eventually lived in Southtown. When Terry was 10, he witnessed the death of his father at the hands of Geese Howard. Knowing that they needed more training to confront Geese, the brothers made an oath to spend a decade to fine tune their martial arts before trying to avenge their father. Unlike his brother Andy, who left Southtown to train in Japan, Terry chose to wander in his home country, combining the skills learned from his father, his father's mentor Tung Fu Rue, and abilities gained from the streets.
Power Geyser - Terry punches the ground, creating a big geyser of energy.
Andy is one of Jeff Bogard's adopted sons and the younger brother to Terry. When their father dies at the hands of Geese Howard, Andy decided to perfect his own martial art over at Japan to differentiate himself from his brother. During his time in Japan, Andy was taught the Shiranui-ryuu Ninjutsu (Shiranui Style Ninja Technique) and a form of empty-handed combat called Koppouken by Hanzo Shiranui.
Cho Shin Soku Zaneiken - Andy dashes forward (almost full screen) at incredible speed with an elbow strike. If it connects, the screen goes black and the music goes silent. Seconds later, the opponent is slammed against the corner of the screen for massive damage.
She is a cybernetic clone of K's sister and once worked for NESTS as an assassin. In the 2001 novel written by Akihiko Ureshino, the real Seirah is proclaimed dead and this concept was presumably integrated into the series. She befriended Krizalid under the assumption that he was her brother before she escaped from the cartel. She used Sally as a codename to join the military. She is eventually assigned to Heidern's mercenary unit under her current name, Whip. She enters the tournament to investigate NESTS. While her team isn't present, she privately interrogates NESTS agents to find information regarding herself and the whereabouts of her brother. Once she realizes who he is, she reveals their relation to one another and joins him in his objective to destroy the NESTS cartel. She is an enigmatic and quiet individual who acts towards her own goals. Her fighting style is based on Soubenjutsu, the Japanese martial art of the use of the whip and also takes inspiration in other kinds of whip fighting. Her whip, probably designed by NESTS, can transform into a blade or a gun. She also has a concealed Desert Eagle which she can fire at the opponent.
Sonic Slaughter - Whip goes into a stance at startup. If the opponent was in the vicinity of that stance, they will be sucked into a series of whip lashes that knocks the opponent away.
She is an assassin for the continent's largest international mafia "Black Hand" and a master of the assassination technique, with its base in, presumably, Breaking Fist. By plundering the Blitz Engine from Akatsuki, she aims to rise in influence and power.
Zesshou Kuuchuu Hyakushouken - A powerful standing uppercut.
A mysterious robot. Due to the fact that Quote is a robot, he is capable of withstanding huge amounts of damage if he has acquired multiple Life Capsules, which increase his maximum durability. He is also highly skilled in armed combat due to his status as a soldier, with the ability to wield a wide arsenal of weapons, from swords to heavy artillery.
Cave Crystal - Quote will absorb a large energy crystal, which will power up or change his attacks for a short time.
??? - ???
At the start of the series, Simon was a shy, extremely withdrawn boy, finding solace only whilst digging tunnels for the expansion of Jeeha village. After finding Lagann and fighting a Beastmen for the first time, he began to come out of his shell but continued to fear the pressure to be brave and fight for the rest of the team. Initially, Simon relied heavily on those around him to inspire him to fight bravely, especially Kamina , who often had to convince Simon to pluck up the courage needed in battle. He attacks via drill and spitting out spiral energy blasts.
Spiral Energy Drill Breaker - A bunch of spiral energy turns into a drill and Simon drills into another character.
At first glance, Kamina is boisterous, hotheaded and arrogant. He demands recognition and seems hungry for greatness, illustrated in his tendency to call himself "the Mighty Kamina" and his signature catchphrase, "Just who the Hell do you think I am?!" He is an undetterable idealist, often to the point of ignorance; Yoko has described him as "a man of unlimited stupidity." Kamina is also very perverted, declaring that the urge to stare at beautiful women is the definition of a man. Kamina is also extremely determined who never lets anything keep him down for long. He uses punches of spiral energy and can't get blasted off very easily.
Fighting Spirit - A double of Kamina that is semi-transparent and orange shows up and attacks with Kamina's attacks alongside him.
She is a girl from Jeeha's neighboring village of Littner who had been chasing the Gunmen that crashed into Jeeha Village during the events of Episode 1. She wields an extensive range of firearms, most frequently of which is a long range sniper rifle modeled after the Barrett M82.
Yoko Snipe - Yoko jumps to outside of the screen and shoots at characters.
Viral is a shark-type Beastman with feline genetics. He is very cocky and headstrong and refers to humans as "Naked Apes." Though he has a bigger sense of self-preservation than his rival Kamina, he will not attack a defenseless enemy or use dishonorable tactics, like taking hostages. Viral is a proud warrior and loves the thrill of battle. Viral is a dangerous and agile fighter, proficient with a cleaver. Viral can also make use of a archery bow.
Enki - Viral gets in his own Gunman and starts swinging away in his agile but deadly machine.
Adiane is a female Beastman based off a scorpion. Adiane is cruel, intensely hot-headed and impulsive, often letting her anger get the better of her and land her in sticky situations or taking out her frustrations on Viral. She attacks using her sharp fingernails and powerful scorpion tail to her advantage. She can also make use of summoning waves and other water related things.
Dai-Gunkai - The stage floods as the Dai-Gunai shoots at floating players.
They're the RWBY team, but something's off. Yang is the leader of the group, with her sister and Pyrra in second command. Who knows what caused this change, but it's off from the canon you all know.
Dedicated to the memory of Monty Oum.
Yang is a confident and energetic person, with a good sense of humor and a laid-back personality, Yang is also Ruby's older sister, being highly supportive and caring for her. She is also the leader of Team YRPWB. In combat, she makes use of the Dual Range Shot Gauntlets on her arms, named Ember Celica, along with her Semblance which allows her to emit flames and gives her red eyes.
Flame - Gigantic fireball that hits everyone.
Ruby is the co-leader of Team YRPWB, with her sister Yang and Pyrra. Taught to fight by her uncle Qrow, she wields the Crescent Rose, a mechanical weapon that is a hybrid of a scythe and a sniper rifle, and has the unique ability to maneuver at superhuman speed.
Speed - Speeds several times around a enemy, cutting them with the scythe.
Pyrrha Nikos is a student at Beacon Academy and co-leader of YRPWB with Ruby. Her weapon of choice, called Miló, is a red-and-bronze spear-like weapon that can transform into a rifle or a short sword. She uses this alongside a shield called Akoúo̱, which resembles an Amazonian shield.
Polarity - Causes a bunch of metal to shoot out from everywhere.
Weiss is a white-haired girl who carries the Myrtenaster, a rapier that channels the energy of Dust to cast powerful spells. Weiss is an heiress of the Schnee Dust Company, a large company involved in Dust mining. Weiss can create Glyphs that have a variety of effects on objects, monsters, and people (including herself). Using Myrtenaster, she modifies these glyphs by changing the element of the Dust cartridge.
Black Glyph Super - Creates a giant black glyph and attacks everyone trapped inside.
Blake is a black-haired girl who wields the Gambol Shroud, a katana with a sharpened sheath that has a pistol in the hilt, which is also attached to a long ribbon that Blake often uses in the style of a kusarigama. Blake's most remarkable quality is her Semblance, which allows her to create Shadow-clones. These clones can be used by Blake to either distract, shield, or hide herself from the enemy for a brief amount of time.
The Clone Wars - Summons different elemental clones that attack all opponents.
European Impossible Team
Team Dark was formed by a bunch of dark versions of characters. They have no beef with their light versions, but they choose to keep the rivalry up.
Unlocked through 30 Multi-Man Melee Matches.
NegaScott, also known as Nega Scott, is Scott Pilgrim's alter ego and dark side, and represents his forgotten past mistakes. NegaScott is the manifestation of all of Scott's callousness, spite, faults, and flaws, and rather than accepting them and himself, he runs from them, thus creating this physical persona. he is assisted by undead and random minions to distract the player. He has most of Scott's regular moves, including shooting out fire balls and a flying kick attack, however he's much faster and much more brutal making him a very tough opponent.
Nega Knives -When summoned, NegaKnives floats to a nearby enemy and unleashes a barrage with her large sais.
A dark clone of Whip infected with the Orochi blood. Her fighting style remains unchanged, but she becomes faster and more brutal. When she runs, she can also dodge some projectiles. She will also ocassionally vomit blood, creating a slip trap.
Silence Slaughter - Whip goes into a stance at startup and tosses her whip around her opponent's neck, cracking it as she drags them towards her. Urgh.
After airing their grievances at the loss of Mario, Peach realizes in order to stop her long-lost sister that she needs to follow in Mario's footsteps and take action.
After the loss of Mario, Peach has changed a lot through her grief, but those changes are inside as she still must serve as a Princess for the Mushroom Kingdom. She forms the Mushroom Team to fight against Carly Carmine, her long-lost sister. Peach uses her royal position to pass laws that allow her to use her subjects as shields and throws vegetables! She is also able to use her emotions to attack.
Freeze Frame! - A blank picture goes over the camera and freezes everyone, allowing Peach to attack them as they are frozen.
This team consists of the villains from Story Mode.
A former reporter that was turned into a Dark Signer. She has ties to Peter Parker and Peach. She attacks with Final Fantasy spells such Cyclone, Particle Beam, Super Nova, and Megaflare.
Ultima - Hits all opponents for 60% damage.
Previously known as Gunther, he is in, actuality, a powerful space deity named Orgalorg, who was banished by Grob Gob Glob Grod to Earth billions of years ago for trying to intercept a "catalyst comet" and take its power. Being banished, Orgalorg fell to Earth and was crushed by the Earth's gravity, thus creating the appearance of a penguin. Orgalorg can expand itself to absorb falling comets and shoot out cosmic rays. He can also smash bottles and use a demonic wishing eye to create clones of other characters.
The Catalyst Comet - Absorbs a purple catalyst comet and uses branch like tentacles to hit characters.
End of Days Team
This team is based off some of the key characters in the Fighters of Lapis 3 storyline "End of Days".
Unlocked through clearing Classic with five characters.
Ib is a nine-year-old girl. After going into the museum, strange things begin happening around her. She soon discovers a red rose, symbolic of "love", and must keep it with her. She ventures on to find a way out alive. Later on, she meets a young man named Garry, who helps her throughout the game. They create a sibling-like bond. She uses books and paintings to fight with. Painting place is Ib's primary mechanic, allowing her to place paintings on the stage to screw with other opponents. Ib can place 3 portraits at once anywhere on the stage. When they are grey, they are inactive, meaning they cannot absorb anything and are immune to anti-trap moves.
Treasure Hunt - Summons a giant painting that will unleash a blue monster upon opponents.
He's everyone's favourite guy, he uses four dozen eggs every morning to help him get large (five dozen now), and no does anything like him. Yup, it's Gaston! Everyone loves him, he's handsome, strong and a size of a BARGE! His powerful gathering skills can help him gather the entire town to hunt against any beast that appears in his magic mirror (even if it isn't). If his blunderbluss won't stop you cold, his crushing popularity will. Of course, the ladies find him irresistible - after all, every last inch of him's covered with HAIR! No one has a speed stat like him!
Kill the Beast - Gathers the town to mob one character.
Parasoul is the crown princess of the Canopy Kingdom and leader of its elite military squad, the Black Egrets. Wielding the living umbrella, Krieg she fights with grace, poise and cunning to defend her family honor. Parasoul is a strategic charge fighter on the battlefield as her moves have range and can keep her opponents at bay. Her living weapon Krieg is capable of shedding Napalm Tears that can be placed around the stage when Parasoul shoots it with her luger or twirls it around. She also has the option to detonate one or all of them. Also, her soldiers are more than eager to help her gain the upper hand by defending her from projectiles, drag her opponents away, or even momentarily distract her for her cancel, among other things.
Black Egret Army - Sends out her army of Black Egrets to swarm the stage.
Zim is a member of the alien Irken race, and a former Irken Invader; however, since his actions usually lead to disaster (having nearly destroyed the Irken homeworld during Operation Impending Doom I) his leaders, the Almighty Tallest, banished him to Foodcourtia. While there, however, Zim heard of Operation Impending Doom II, and - obviously not understanding the purpose of his previous exile - "quit being banished" and ventured to Conventia in the hope of getting an assignment. Chagrined, the Almighty Tallest sent him on a "secret mission" to Earth, in order to keep him occupied and away from the real Operation Impending Doom II. After arriving on Earth, Zim enrolled in the nearest elementary skool to begin his infiltration and gather information about the indigenous race. There, he became quick rivals with Dib, an avid preteen paranormal investigator. He attacks mainly from his PAK, which is his weak spot too. He can also get GIR to assist him.
Impending Doom III - Irken ships come to invade the stage.
Golden Age Team
Time Travel Team
Unlock this team through playing as 50 different characters.
A cute... girl or boy? I can't tell. On one hand, the heels... the other hand it doesn't look like a boy or a girl. Well either way, it looks cute! It attacks using it's heels and horns, making it a physical based fighter who needs to get close to their opponent.
Double Trouble - Creates a clone that makes the two act like a tag team with double damage.
Unlock this team through playing as 100 different characters.
Towa was originally a brilliant scientist from the Demon World, and the younger sister of Dabura, but she "betrayed" the Demon World after joining up with Mira, an artificial being created by condensing the DNA of various masters. She is able to fly, use dark magic, and briefly turn characters into her allies so that they can't hurt her but she can hurt them.
Giant Form - Turns a random character into a Time Breaker and turns them giant.
Tier Harribel is an Arrancar, which is something I don't really know anything about. I don't know all these big words, okay? Harribel possesses tremendous skill in swordsmanship, fighting on even grounds with Tōshirō Hitsugaya, a captain-level Shinigami and a famous swordsmanship prodigy (who?). Harribel is ambidextrous, and can switch her sword from her right hand to her left. Even before becoming an Arrancar, Harribel possessed tremendous Reiryoku (what?). She mainly fights using her swords and projectiles from her sword, I guess.
Resurrección - Transforms into a more powerful form.
A tomboy through and through, she wears nothing under her school uniform which she doesn't wear properly to begin with. She fights using kicks augmented by her metal boots and some her attacks are patterned after dragons.
Dead Screw Dragon - Katsuragi leaps into the air and begins spinning towards her opponent like a drill, releasing wind that coats her entire body.
Unlock this team by playing 30 mirror matches or finishing story mode.
An undead clone of Kula Diamond who fights alongside Carly Carmine and the other members of N.E.S.T.S. Unlike the original Kula, this clone of Kula uses fire-based attacks. Her moveset consists of projectiles, Hell-themed powers, and 2 assist attacks from other undead characters.
Tentacle Leg - Her long becomes super long as it kicks another character from afar with a explosive hit.
A clone of Homura created by N.E.S.T.S who rides in a motorcycle. Although she is one of the hardest characters to control, she is also one of the faster ones, and anyone that runs into her motorcycle will get damaged. She can also use her wings and a gun to attack, although this requires good timing.
Super Wheel - Motorcycle turns huge and slowly crushes everyone on screen.
These characters must all be unlocked. They aren't on any teams at all, although they can be part of any team when selecting characters.
New Starting Stages
A new stage that takes place on a bunch of paint that has been suspended in time. Using the new slide mechanic, Players can slide up the center of the stage and take advantage of the brief time they get in the air. It's a very slippery but fun stage.
Tri-County International Airport
From the climax of Toy Story 2, this is where all the baggage goes. Consisting of a maze of conveyor belts, this is where Buzz Lightyear and his rescue squad have to look around for the case containing Woody. Stinky Pete is a stage boss here and needs to be knocked off the conveyor belts.
All Six Star Wars Films
All six Star Wars films happen at once in this confusing stage. Based off the Youtube video of the same title, it's a flat stage with all six Star Wars films being broadcast at the same time, overlapping each other.
Hollywoo Stars: What Do They Know?: Do They Know Things?: Let’s Find Out!
Hollywoo Stars and Celebrities: What Do They Know? Do They Know Things?? Let's Find Out! (HSAC!WDTK?DTKT??LFO!) is a game show hosted by Mr. Peanutbutter on MBN. The stage doesn't really have a gimmick beyond the audience which will harm any character that gets into it, usually propelling them back onto the stage or out of it.
New Unlockable Stages
A new Mario stage taking place on three lava rafts. These lava rafts can be attacked by Blarggs, which will sink the raft they're attacking. You can use the Question Blocks as platforms as well. Falling into the lava will seriously hurt you, so don't fall into it!
Unlocked when you play as all the members of the Mushroom Team.