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Nintendo Villains by BrendanCorris

Because of the word limit, I am forced to get to the point. The picture is almost perfect. Every character is represented is an appropr...

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PLAYABLE CHARACTER TROPHIES

Coffee: This adorable cross between a coffee machine and a droid makes its presense known with a few good zaps from a laser. Acting as an assistant on the Lun Infinus, it might not have been intended to be onboard, but it has every intention of turning its opponents in Smash into scrap, among other things...

How to Unlock: Beat Classic Mode as Coffee on any difficulty.

Coffee Alt. 1.: How about having a nice cup of joe? Well, if you use Coffee's Down Special, Coffee Brew, you can do just that! The brew heals Coffee by 20%, but takes time to recharge. The coffee can even be thrown if Coffee's damage percentage is too low. Just make sure that opponents don't steal your drink before you have a swig. For a different dose of something hot, try Coffee's Up Special, Exhaust. Coffee can jettison upward while having noxious fumes come out of his exhaust port, gradually damaging anyone hit by the attack. So would you like your coffee normal or decaffeinated?

How to Unlock: Beat Adventure Mode as Coffee on any difficulty.

Coffee Alt. 2.: Coffee, being a robot, is no stranger to technology. His Neutral Special, simply called Laser, has Coffee firing laser balls at incredible speeds, perfect for combos. However, the blasts get weaker over time, so don't shoot excessively. Coffee's Side Special, Upload, causes a computer program to appear and pursue nearby opponents. It will vanish eventually, but it will reverse the opponent's controls upon contact. Not bad for a coffee machine, eh?

How to Unlock: Purchase in the Shop after beating Adventure Mode with Coffee.

FINAL SMASH TROPHIES

Combat Simulation: Bio-Beta and the other Derelicts team up to take down opponents in this cinematic Final Smash. Coffee summons an orb of rogue data and pulls opponents into a battle simulation, and guess who plays the role of the punching bag? In any case, when the four (sometimes five) Derelicts have done their job, opponents will be jettisoned into space, getting launched upward at breakneck speeds!

How to Unlock: Beat All-Star Mode as Coffee on any difficulty.

ASSIST TROPHIES

Digital Rabbit: This adorable digital lagomorph has only one thing in its programming: eat. It will eat any non-living item on the ground, from crates to barrels. All items that are eaten will heal players who summoned this valuable bunny by varying degrees. Non-edible items heal the player that summoned it by 10% and edible items do the same thing except that they heal players by 20% instead.

OTHER TROPHIES

D-Co 9: A program that Coffee uses to protect the simulations the Derelicts created from viruses. D-Co 9 is the ninth program of his kind. The little program has more to him than most of the occupants of the Lun Infinum realize, a fact that Coffee alone knows. Coffee uses D-Co 9 as his Side Special, acting like a homing projectile that takes awhile to recharge. D-Co 9 also acts as the symbol for the Desolate Hope in Smash Bros. Not bad, huh?

Amos: Derelicts were created by humanity to run simulations involving human colonization on foreign planets if Earth was no longer safe to live on. Five were sent to space, but only four followed their objectives. The fifth, Amos, never got the chance to, as it malfunctioned before its simulations could begin. Now, Amos sits lifelessly by the wall in his chamber, frozen by the bitter cold.

Malenz: This grim looking robot isn't evil, surprisingly enough. He is actually one of the Derelicts who are running simulations involving human colonization. His simulation is bound to realism more than the others, effectively making it strenuous for him later on as he tried to make a civilization. He then became a toymaker for robots of his own creation. If Coffee gives him toys in the real world, he'll appreciate it for sure.

Bio-Beta: Arguably the most pessimistic of the Derelicts, Bio-Beta gave up on humanity long ago, firmly believing that mankind went extinct due to their own actions. Attempting to recreate humanity, he tried to use a very special specimen, Sample 217, which was sent to the Lun Infinus some time ago. However, after repeated failures and the theft of said specimen, Bio-Beta called it quits. His simulation is arguably more grandiose than the others.

Alphus: This jolly blue robot is one of the four remaining Derelicts. Tasked with running simulations, Alphus is faithful regarding his objectives, not wavering for an instant. He is arguably the happiest of the Derelicts. Well, at least he looks the happiest. In any case, Alphus holds the distinction of knowing D-Co 9's past versions, or so he says.

Mirad: As one of the Derelicts, Mirad is in charge on conducting simulations. Mirad's happens to be one that seems more like a mystical memorial to mankind more than colonization. With a human-like face and feminine look, one could say that Mirad has a mother's instinct when it comes to its little patch of Heaven, eager to see it in one piece.

Terro Totik: The Malwastes are home to Malenz and his people. It is also home to the invasive virus named Terro Totik, a virus with flora growing all over his body. Terro totik has two skulls floating beside him, giving people a metaphor for what will happen if they cross this behemoth's path. We might be one of the weaker viruses, but that doesn't mean he has no tricks up his sleeve...

Negmanity: This spider-like virus has been running amok throughout Miradmoore, Mirad's domain. Beyond the simple fact that this thing is like a spider, there is also the creepy human face on Negmanity's abdomen that is sure to frighten most folks. Sadly for Negmanity, neither Coffee or D-Co 9 count among "most folks".

Puppeton: This entity only looks majestic, as this is the virus that has threatened Bio-Beta's simulation, Betagrid 0.9. With two globes above its hands and two glowing blue eyes, there is almost an ominous presence to this being. Needless to say, it has the power to enforce its foreboding presence tenfold.

Ger Garun: The mighty Ger Garun appears as a Stage Boss in the stage based on Alphus' simulation, Alphondomes. He fights players at the top of the stage, employing many tactics once used by Ridley in Super Smash Bros for Wii U. However, he can use attacks like Sleep Mode to put players to sleep and Radion Alpha. Defeating this cutthroat computer virus will be quite rewarding to the player who defeats him.

Viren: One would think that having a sun for a head would make his disposition a sunny one. Sadly, it's only there for aesthetics, as Viren is the last wave of virus contamination in each of the Derelicts' simulations. Armed with powerful attacks and an intimidating scowl, Viren is sure to heat things up and wreak havoc on any unfortunate coffee robot that stands in his way.

PULSAR: Anti-Virus Protocol No. 6, aka "PULSAR", is what all other anti-virus programs wished they could be. Intimidating and dangerous, PULSAR serves as the final obstacle between Coffee and seeing its "little one" happy. Fittingly, PULSAR is outfitted with a lethal arsenal, so Coffee had best be prepared for a long and gruesome battle...

How to Unlock: Complete Break the Targets as Coffee on Very Hard or higher.

To be continued...
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PLAYABLE CHARACTER TROPHIES:

Scorpion: The mascot of the Mortal Kombat games. This vengeful ninja wants nothing more than to lay waste to those who ended the lives of his family and clan. Be it Quan Chi or Sub-Zero, it doesn't matter which opponent he faces so long as they burn. In Smash Bros., expect that same fury to take center stage!

How to Unlock: Beat Classic Mode as Scorpion on any difficulty.

Scorpion Alt. 1: When Scorpion tells someone to "Get over here!", he means it! With just a press of the B button, players can use his Neutral Special, Spear, to drag opponents toward him for some up close beatdowns. His Down Special, Toasty!, involves burning anyone in front of him. Proper utilization of this move might lead to quite the "fatality", to say the least...

How to Unlock: Beat Adventure Mode with Scorpion on any difficulty.

Scorpion: Scorpion's use of fire in his attacks can be quite unorthodox. Case in point, his Side Special, Teleport Punch. It involves Scorpion engulfing himself in flames and counterattacking opponents who attack from a distance. Scorpion's Up Special, Spear Slash, works much like Samus' Screw Attack, but can block projectiles. However, it doesn't get Scorpion to travel far up, so be careful.

How to Unlock: Purchase at the Shop after beating Adventure Mode as Scorpion.

FINAL SMASH TROPHIES:

Anywhere Toasty!: There's nothing quite like a good barbecued meal, am I right? Well, there's also nothing quite like scorching opponents within a certain distance with flames coming directly from Netherrealm! Anyone set ablaze gets launched far up. Expect many opponents to fly off into the distance or hit the screen! FATALITY! FLAWLESS VICTORY!!

ASSIST TROPHIES:

Sub-Zero: The first Sub-Zero. As an Assist Trophy, Sub-Zero brutally attacks opponents with an arsenal of ice abilities, with many techniques potentially freezing opponents in place! Unlike most Assist Trophies, who are either invincible or have high endurance, Sub-Zero actually has his own health bar. Once it is empty, his time in battle is up. This is the only way to get rid of him.

OTHER TROPHIES:

Johnny Cage: The smart-alecky movie star Johnny Cage first believed that the Mortal Kombat tournaments were some kind of movie. He couldn't have been more wrong. As a valued ally of the likes of Sonya Blade and Raidan, he fights in the Mortal Kombat tournament to keep Earthrealm in one piece. Now, if only he could keep his marriage in one piece as well...

Kitana: Daughter of Shao Khan and Princess of Outworld. At one point, she and her father were on the same side, but it wasn't until meeting Liu Kang and learning how evil Shao Khan was that she acquired the motivation to betray him. With her iconic bladed fans and beautiful appearance, is it any wonder why she is so popular with Mortal Kombat fans and gamers alike?

Shao Khan: The mighty ruler of Outworld, and the final opponent of many a Mortal Kombat game. His brutality in combat is matched only with his love of violence and his ambitions. To allow Shao Kahn victory is to submit oneself to his tyrannical rule. Only a worthy opponent can bring him down, but only a thunder god could trick him into STAYING down...

How to Unlock: Defeat 5 opponents in Cruel Smash as Scorpion.

Mileena: The malevolent little sister of Kitana and Shao Kahn's favored heir. Mileena is actually a clone of Kitana, one that has much more of a killer instinct than Kitana ever had. Power hungry and extremely cruel, Mileena is often delighted to put an end to someone's life, regardless of the circunstances. Also, you might want to reconsider going near her mouth. It's uglier than her mouthpiece suggests!

Jax: An ally and good friend of Sonya Blade. Jax lost his organic arms after a gruesome encounter, but he got outfitted with new and improved robotic arms. Now, he lays down the law with quite literally an iron fist. If one expects to take down Jax, then prepare for a very tough fight...

Liu Kang: One of Raidan's most valued friends. Liu Kang was once the champion of many Mortal Kombat tournaments and the protagonist of many Mortal Kombat games. With his iconic Bicycle Kick, Liu Kang can lay a smaskdown like no one else. Recently, however, his life has certainly taken a turn for the worse...

Bi-Han: The second Sub-Zero. With the death of his brother, Bi-Han, formerly Tundra, became the next Sub-Zero. While initially being one of Scorpion's enemies, Bi-Han has since become a friend of his. He was originally supposed to become a cyborg, but Smoke became one instead. However, that was only one version of the timeline...

Cyber Sub-Zero: Bi-Han as a cyborg. In one timeline, Smoke got outfitted with cybernetics due to an initiative in which the Lin Quei would implement cybernetic technology into their warriors' arsenal. The same thing eventually happened to Bi-Han in another timeline, and this is the result. At one moment, Bi-Han's mind is intact, and the next, the cybernetic influence takes hold, turning the once noble Bi-Han into a literal killing machine.

Sonya Blade: Former wife of Johnny Cash. Her military training has served Sonya Blade well in the past, allowing her to survive countless Mortal Kombat tournaments. She, Liu Kang, Kung Lao, Jax, Johnny Cage and Raidan worked together to put an end to the evil that Shao Kahn embodied, saving Earthrealm in the process. She has a daughter named Cassie Cage.

To be continued...
Whenever I watch a video about the FNAF 4 trailer, I always hear these theories about what is going on. But now, it's time to throw my hat into the arena with my own theory.

1. The Kid is the Purple Guy

I have every confidence that the player, the child, is the Purple Guy. For one thing, the phone, the fan and the toy robot in his room are purple, with the robot wearing a badge that most FNAF fans will recognize. It would seem that killing the children has finally started to catch up to the Purple Guy, as he is now in the role of what would be one of his potential victims. The animatronics are attacking his mind as he is being haunted in what may or may not be in own home by the place that became the childrens' tomb.

2. Plushtrap is a Metaphor for The Purple Guy/Springtrap

Springtrap Bonnie, or just Springtrap, is the suit the Purple Guy used when killing the children. Therefore, it would make sense if Springtrap was represented as being around or exactly the same height as the player. It could as if the Purple Guy's mind has become so haunted that a part of himself now sees himself as a monster, the embodiment of warped innocence.

3. This Game Leads into FNAF 3's Backstory

Think about it. With the above information, all of these nightmares are most likely the force that compels the Purple Guy to dismantle the animatronics in the third game. In other words, he became paranoid enough to return to the pizzaria and destroy the source of his nightmares.

This game seems like it could be a midquel, taking place in between FNAF and FNAF 3. What do you think?
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The following is my opinion on a rather sensitive subject. Readers discretion is advised. If you don't agree with my views, then be polite when you make your response.

Back in the day, the LGBT community wasn't exactly in the best of situations. More often than not, they were on the business end of knuckle sandwiches, among other things. While such behavior is still present, bigotry eventually gave way to acceptance, and I, along with many others, couldn't be happier, as some of my friends growing up were gay, so to see that gay marriage is legal in all fifty US states makes me immensely happy.

In terms of the media, more specifically movies and TV, they seemed more accepting. Gay and lesbian couples began appearing in the media more often, first on more mature shows like Will and Grace, and now, finally, we have them appearing on shows like Steven Universe and, of course, the Legend of Korra. Speaking of which, it is the titular character herself who is not only bisexual, but in a lesbian relationship. Is it any wonder that I find the show interesting? In fact, without Korrasami, I never would've gotten into the Avatar franchise at all.

After watching both shows, I admit that the Last Airbender was much better. For instance, the characters, like Aang, Sokka, Toph, Zuko and Katara, had surprising amounts of character development, and it really made me like them. Zuko's development in particular was especially noteworthy. Another notable thing is that the Last Airbender felt like a continuous story. Yes, there will filler episodes, but this was a good thing, as most of these episodes, barring one exception, were written well and developed the characters more.

The Legend of Korra had this as well, especially with Mako and Bo Lin. Even characters like Varrick and Prince Wu had character development. However, it felt like the effort placed in the Last Airbender was more noticeable, with only the fight scenes being better than in the previous show. I'm not saying that it was bad, however. It just wasn't as good. Also, no filler episodes exist in LOK if I recall correctly, but that's beside the point.

At the end of Legend of Korra, Korrasami fans rejoiced as Korra and Asami became a couple, something that will be touched upon in the newly-announced comics. While I applaud the creators of LOK for making Korrasami's concept (a same-sex relationship in a kids/teens show) a reality, here is when I cringed. Now hold on. Don't go assuming the worst because I don't like a paring that you do. As a concept, Korrasami, while being done before, has managed to be met with a warm reception. The only way this sort more explicit same-sex paring could've been recieved in the past was negatively, hence why most writers, like those who made Batman: the Animated Series, chose to portray those characters, like Detective Montoya's lesbian relationship, with both subtlety and tastefulness.

I have said many times that Korrasami's concept is good and that I praise the creators for implementing it. I do, however, feel that the gay community deserves not to be represented by one-dimensional, borderline-static would-be mary-sues. Korra had great character development throughout the series, making for a lovable character and just the kind of role model someone could ask for. And then there's Asami. Korra and Asami are like orange juice and gatorade. Both taste great, but which is healthier? Korra the Orange Juice or Asami the Gatorade? Korra got all the development. Asami was largely static. Allow me to explain.

As a character, Asami Sato was the technical expert, using wide varieties of gadgets and her own martial arts skills to get Team Avatar out of jams. She first started off as a bland romantic rival for Korra during the first two seasons. She then became Korra's best friend in season three, and then Korra's love interest in season 4. Throughout the series, Asami gets barely any development and any attention that could've been given to her was either wasted on teenage angst with Mako or just completely ignored. There is only one profound thing that truly developed her character: her daddy issues. Truly, Asami's arch-nemesis was her own father, Hiroshi Sato. His betrayal and imprisonment presented the writers with many ways to develop Asami, but nothing truly relevant came of it until season 4, when Asami is forced to work with her father on taking down Kuvira. Once that ordeal was over, there was nothing left to change, as Hiroshi sacrificed himself and the series came to an end. Ultimately, everyone else developed more than Asami did, such as when Korra lost her past selves or when she recovered from her PTSD.

With the LOK comics officially announced, and with Korrasami taking center stage, I expect that Asami gets the development she needs. I will consider myself a Korrasami fan if that happens. Until then, I will say that the LGBT community deserves much better than what they were given. For now, we the people will have to take the good with the bad. We'll have to take the yin with the yang.

Again, I stress that politeness is key, so please respond politely, if I missed anything at all, tell me.

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PLAYABLE CHARACTER TROPHIES

Coffee: This adorable cross between a coffee machine and a droid makes its presense known with a few good zaps from a laser. Acting as an assistant on the Lun Infinus, it might not have been intended to be onboard, but it has every intention of turning its opponents in Smash into scrap, among other things...

How to Unlock: Beat Classic Mode as Coffee on any difficulty.

Coffee Alt. 1.: How about having a nice cup of joe? Well, if you use Coffee's Down Special, Coffee Brew, you can do just that! The brew heals Coffee by 20%, but takes time to recharge. The coffee can even be thrown if Coffee's damage percentage is too low. Just make sure that opponents don't steal your drink before you have a swig. For a different dose of something hot, try Coffee's Up Special, Exhaust. Coffee can jettison upward while having noxious fumes come out of his exhaust port, gradually damaging anyone hit by the attack. So would you like your coffee normal or decaffeinated?

How to Unlock: Beat Adventure Mode as Coffee on any difficulty.

Coffee Alt. 2.: Coffee, being a robot, is no stranger to technology. His Neutral Special, simply called Laser, has Coffee firing laser balls at incredible speeds, perfect for combos. However, the blasts get weaker over time, so don't shoot excessively. Coffee's Side Special, Upload, causes a computer program to appear and pursue nearby opponents. It will vanish eventually, but it will reverse the opponent's controls upon contact. Not bad for a coffee machine, eh?

How to Unlock: Purchase in the Shop after beating Adventure Mode with Coffee.

FINAL SMASH TROPHIES

Combat Simulation: Bio-Beta and the other Derelicts team up to take down opponents in this cinematic Final Smash. Coffee summons an orb of rogue data and pulls opponents into a battle simulation, and guess who plays the role of the punching bag? In any case, when the four (sometimes five) Derelicts have done their job, opponents will be jettisoned into space, getting launched upward at breakneck speeds!

How to Unlock: Beat All-Star Mode as Coffee on any difficulty.

ASSIST TROPHIES

Digital Rabbit: This adorable digital lagomorph has only one thing in its programming: eat. It will eat any non-living item on the ground, from crates to barrels. All items that are eaten will heal players who summoned this valuable bunny by varying degrees. Non-edible items heal the player that summoned it by 10% and edible items do the same thing except that they heal players by 20% instead.

OTHER TROPHIES

D-Co 9: A program that Coffee uses to protect the simulations the Derelicts created from viruses. D-Co 9 is the ninth program of his kind. The little program has more to him than most of the occupants of the Lun Infinum realize, a fact that Coffee alone knows. Coffee uses D-Co 9 as his Side Special, acting like a homing projectile that takes awhile to recharge. D-Co 9 also acts as the symbol for the Desolate Hope in Smash Bros. Not bad, huh?

Amos: Derelicts were created by humanity to run simulations involving human colonization on foreign planets if Earth was no longer safe to live on. Five were sent to space, but only four followed their objectives. The fifth, Amos, never got the chance to, as it malfunctioned before its simulations could begin. Now, Amos sits lifelessly by the wall in his chamber, frozen by the bitter cold.

Malenz: This grim looking robot isn't evil, surprisingly enough. He is actually one of the Derelicts who are running simulations involving human colonization. His simulation is bound to realism more than the others, effectively making it strenuous for him later on as he tried to make a civilization. He then became a toymaker for robots of his own creation. If Coffee gives him toys in the real world, he'll appreciate it for sure.

Bio-Beta: Arguably the most pessimistic of the Derelicts, Bio-Beta gave up on humanity long ago, firmly believing that mankind went extinct due to their own actions. Attempting to recreate humanity, he tried to use a very special specimen, Sample 217, which was sent to the Lun Infinus some time ago. However, after repeated failures and the theft of said specimen, Bio-Beta called it quits. His simulation is arguably more grandiose than the others.

Alphus: This jolly blue robot is one of the four remaining Derelicts. Tasked with running simulations, Alphus is faithful regarding his objectives, not wavering for an instant. He is arguably the happiest of the Derelicts. Well, at least he looks the happiest. In any case, Alphus holds the distinction of knowing D-Co 9's past versions, or so he says.

Mirad: As one of the Derelicts, Mirad is in charge on conducting simulations. Mirad's happens to be one that seems more like a mystical memorial to mankind more than colonization. With a human-like face and feminine look, one could say that Mirad has a mother's instinct when it comes to its little patch of Heaven, eager to see it in one piece.

Terro Totik: The Malwastes are home to Malenz and his people. It is also home to the invasive virus named Terro Totik, a virus with flora growing all over his body. Terro totik has two skulls floating beside him, giving people a metaphor for what will happen if they cross this behemoth's path. We might be one of the weaker viruses, but that doesn't mean he has no tricks up his sleeve...

Negmanity: This spider-like virus has been running amok throughout Miradmoore, Mirad's domain. Beyond the simple fact that this thing is like a spider, there is also the creepy human face on Negmanity's abdomen that is sure to frighten most folks. Sadly for Negmanity, neither Coffee or D-Co 9 count among "most folks".

Puppeton: This entity only looks majestic, as this is the virus that has threatened Bio-Beta's simulation, Betagrid 0.9. With two globes above its hands and two glowing blue eyes, there is almost an ominous presence to this being. Needless to say, it has the power to enforce its foreboding presence tenfold.

Ger Garun: The mighty Ger Garun appears as a Stage Boss in the stage based on Alphus' simulation, Alphondomes. He fights players at the top of the stage, employing many tactics once used by Ridley in Super Smash Bros for Wii U. However, he can use attacks like Sleep Mode to put players to sleep and Radion Alpha. Defeating this cutthroat computer virus will be quite rewarding to the player who defeats him.

Viren: One would think that having a sun for a head would make his disposition a sunny one. Sadly, it's only there for aesthetics, as Viren is the last wave of virus contamination in each of the Derelicts' simulations. Armed with powerful attacks and an intimidating scowl, Viren is sure to heat things up and wreak havoc on any unfortunate coffee robot that stands in his way.

PULSAR: Anti-Virus Protocol No. 6, aka "PULSAR", is what all other anti-virus programs wished they could be. Intimidating and dangerous, PULSAR serves as the final obstacle between Coffee and seeing its "little one" happy. Fittingly, PULSAR is outfitted with a lethal arsenal, so Coffee had best be prepared for a long and gruesome battle...

How to Unlock: Complete Break the Targets as Coffee on Very Hard or higher.

To be continued...

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Thank you so much for the bunch of faves and the watch of course! :hooray:
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NeonBlobfish Featured By Owner 1 day ago
No problem. As a fan of MediEvil, not only will I support the continuation of your comic, but I'll also fave every page of it.
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Thanks for faving my Mr. Iwata tribute. Watch me if you like my arts!
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You're quite welcome.
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Thanks for the fave.
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Remember me? :)
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You bet. How's it going, buddy?
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Pretty good.  I've finally got a new Unversed for you :)
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