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Fantendo Smash Bros., commonly abbreviated as FSB, is a crossover series starring original Fantendo characters and content.

The series is heavily based on Super Smash Bros., which uses a similar premise for Nintendo content. Many games outright clone the Smash series' gameplay, while others make gameplay changes and additions, or stray from the platform fighter style.

The first Fantendo Smash Bros. game was created by RedYoshi (tbc) in 2009. Since then, FSB has become strikingly popular among Fantendo series. Various users have created at least one project bearing the name every year, as of 2021. 2015 saw a record of at least 28 known games, with 2011 coming closest before it. A shared multiverse of continuities has even been developed, which is used to bridge specific entries and side projects together.

Fantendo Smash Bros. games are free to create, although permission usually must be sought for the content to be represented in the games.


Pre-New Fantendoverse

Fantendo Smash Bros. games published before the New Fantendoverse
Title Author Article creation date
Fantendo Smash Bros. RedYoshi (tbc)
as Red Inc.
2009, May 26
Fantendo Smash Bros. DS YoshiEgg (tbc)
as Bomb Productions Games
2010, February 23
Fantendo Smash Bros. Melee Nutter Butter (tbc)
as Jet, Inc.
2010, February 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Brawl SonicWiki (tbc) 2010, February 28
Fantendo Smash Bros.: Mariofan45 and Micool26 Edition Mariofan45 (tbc) and Micool26 (tbc) 2010, March 3
Fantendo Smash Bros. N64 JesseRoo (tbc) 2010, March 6
Fantendo Smash Bros. Wii NessandLuigi469 (tbc) 2010, March 20
Fantendo Smash Bros. Rumble RedYoshi (tbc) 2010, March 21
Fantendo Smash Bros. 3D Nutter Butter (tbc) 2010, March 21
Fantendo Smash Bros. Uproar Stelios7 (tbc) 2010, April 5
Fantendo Smash Bros. D.I.Y. HalerN (tbc) 2010, May 5
Fantendo Smash Bros. War Nutter Butter (tbc)
as Jet, Inc.
2010, May 6
Fantendo Smash Bros. Scuffle RegisviBrittania (tbc)
as Vaccum Inc. and Steli Entertainment
2010, May 8
Fantendo Smash Bros.: Ultimate Fighter Nutter Butter (tbc) 2010, May 14
Fantendo Smash Bros. Combat Micool26 (tbc)
as Boulder Games Inc.
2010, May 14
Happy Face's Fantendo Smash Bros. 1337doom (tbc) 2010, May 15
Fantendo Smash Bros. Mayhem EdGeorgenCody (tbc)
as Popple Co.
2010, May 22
Fantendo Smash Bros. Survival ShyGuy16 (tbc) 2010, May 22
Fantendo Smash Bros. Duel JesseRoo (tbc)
as Twenty-Second Choice
2010, June 23
Fantendo Smash Bros SomeguythatlikesDrP (tbc) 2010, June 24
Fantendo Smash Bros. Trace 1337doom (tbc) 2010, August 10
Fantendo Smash Bros. Fight YoshiEgg (tbc)
as Bomb Productions Games
2010, September 27
Fantendo Smash Bros. 3DS YoshiEgg (tbc)
as Bomb Productions Games
2011, June 21
Fantendo Smash Bros. Tactics Lemmykoopa24 (tbc) 2011, July 2
Fantendo Smash Bros Omega TheGreatManOfLife (tbc) 2011, August 6
Fantendo Smash Bros. Mercury Exotoro (tbc)
as Phoniex Circle
2011, August 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Dimensions AuraLightning (tbc) 2011, October 1
Fantendo Smash Bros. Blast Number-1-Pokemon-Fan-Eltario (tbc)
as GemGames Co.
2011, November 14
Fantendo Smash Bros. Universe Number-1-Pokemon-Fan-Eltario (tbc)
as GemGames Co.
2011, December 11
Fantendo Smash Bros. Crushed AuraLightning (tbc)
as Beanstalk Inc.
2011, December 14
Fantendo Smash Bros. Legends Thatkidwiththeafro (tbc)
as Darthtankengine Studios
2012, February 4
Fantendo Smash Bros. Strife YoshiEgg (tbc)
as Bomb Productions Games
2012, February 5
Fantendo Smash Bros. Warzone Peanutjon (tbc) 2012, June 19
Fantendo Smash Bros. Clash Baby Yoshi (tbc)
as Moonlight Studios
2012, June 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Return Lee Eric Etchisen (tbc)
as Legend Team
2012, October 27
Fantendo Smash Bros. Extreme Locky'12 (tbc)
as Keyhole Gaming
2013, January 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Domination CatSerpentine (tbc)
as CS Games
2013, November 7
Fantendo Smash Bros. Tournament Nutta of da Buttas (tbc)
as JP, Inc.
2014, March 29
Fantendo Fight World SuperSonicDarkness (tbc) 2014, March 31
Fantendo Smash Bros. Ultimate .vectorDestiny (tbc) 2014, April 16
Fantendo Smash Bros. Ignition SuperSonicDarkness (tbc) 2014, April 22
Fantendo Smash Bros. Contrive TimeSoul (tbc) 2014, April 24
Fantendo Smash Bros. The Chosen Clash Awesome Rowlet and Epic Popplio (tbc) 2014, May 3
Fantendo Smash Bros. Xtreme FennekinZ64 (tbc)
as Galexial Gaming
2014, May 21
Fantendo Smash Bros. SuperSonicDarkness (tbc)
as NightVision Ent.
2014, October 14
Fantendo Smash Bros. Melee SuperSonicDarkness (tbc)
as NightVision Entertainment
2014, October 18
Fantendo Smash Bros. Revolution Sr.Wario (tbc)
as Unversed Entertainment
2015, January 1
Fantendo Smash Bros. All Stars Awesome Rowlet and Epic Popplio (tbc) 2015, January 2
Fantendo Brawlers Mattgamer03 (tbc)
as Green Productions
2015, January 4

New Fantendoverse

In the New Fantendoverse, these games are seen more as the biggest events within that universe. The New Fantendoverse officially begins during the last chapter of Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered, the Golden Age Fantendoverse in ruin.

Fantendo Smash Bros. games in the New Fantendoverse
Title Author Article creation date
Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered Exotoro (tbc)
as Toroko
2015, January 26
Fantendo Smash Bros. Scarlet Skies Exotoro (tbc)
as Toroko
2015, March 25
Fantendo Smash Bros. Cracked Exotoro (tbc)
as Toroko
2015, April 30
Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory Exotoro (tbc)
as Toroko
2015, December 18
Fantendo Smash Bros. Omega IncarnateParanoia (tbc) 2016, October 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Over Heaven CrunchTime420 (tbc)
as Simple Studios
2017, May 13
Fantendo Smash Bros. Momentz Drackula (tbc) 2017, May 29
Fantendo Smash Bros. Delta IncarnateParanoia (tbc) 2018, January 26

Other continuities alongside the New Fantendoverse

With a boom in Fantendo Smash Bros. games across the board, many games continue to take place in other continuities, or are not explicitly stated to be part of the New Fantendoverse.

Fantendo Smash Bros. games published alongside the New Fantendoverse
Title Author Article creation date
Fantendo Smash Bros. Outbreak SuperSonicDarkness (tbc)
as AzaCraft Entertainment
2015, March 8
Fantendo Smash Bros. Strike Apihedron (tbc)
as Sixgon Games
2015, March 10
Fantendo Smash Bros. x12 Sr.Wario (tbc)
as Inora
2015, March 24
Fantendo Smash Bros. Magma SuperSonicDarkness (tbc)
as AzaCraft Entertainment
2015, March 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Comet Lumoshi (tbc)
as Comet Gaming, Inc.
2015, March 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Epoch PabloDePablo (tbc) 2015, March 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Frozen Crimson the Fandraxonian (tbc) 2015, March 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. RosettaChiko (tbc) 2015, March 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Throwback SonicWiki (tbc) 2015, March 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Micro Apihedron (tbc)
as Sixgon Games
2015, March 28
Fantendo Smash Bros. Orchid WesternSkies (tbc)
as Hammy Games Inc.
2015, March 29
Fantendo Smash Bros. Assault .vectorDestiny (tbc)
as Vector Gaming, Inc.
2015, March 29
Fantendo Smash Bros. Nightfall TheFoxyRiolu (tbc) 2015, April 1
Fantendo Smash Bros. Nightmare Randomfrog (tbc)
as Treefrog Productions
2015, April 11
Fantendo Smash Bros. Crusade Ian2bp5 (tbc) 2015, April 24
Fantendo Smash Bros. Alpha SuperSonicDarkness (tbc)
as AzaCraft Entertainment
2015, June 10
Fantendo Smash Bros. Struggle Randomfrog (tbc)
as Treefrog Studios
2015, August 9
Fantendo Smash Bros. Haymaker Colonel Scrawling King (tbc)
as Dreams Inc.
2015, August 12
Fantendo Smash Bros. S.M.A.S.H Pigboy24 (tbc)
as Annoying Inc.
2015, August 19
Fantendo Smash Bros.: The Gamemaker's War TheFoxyRiolu (tbc) and .chromicsalt (tbc) 2015, November 1
Fantendo Smash Bros. Lethal Sr.Wario (tbc)
as Inora
2016, February 12
Fantendo Smash Bros. Nightfall TheFoxyRiolu (tbc) 2016, May 14
Fantendo Smash Bros. Meltdown Drackula (tbc)
as Drack Games
2016, May 23
Fantendo Smash Bros. Fatality Athena Hawkins (tbc)
as TimeStrike
2016, June 14
Fantendo Smash Bros. Blood Country Athena Hawkins (tbc)
as TimeStrike
2016, September 29
Fantendo Smash Bros. Remix Solarrion (tbc)
as Bleak Industries
2016, November 6
Fantendo Smash Bros. Slam Gold-sans mobile (tbc) 2017, January 2
Fantendo Smash Bros. X OrchidSomnium (tbc)
as Existence Software
2017, March 30
Fantendo Smash Bros. Scrap Randomfrog (tbc) 2017, August 25
Fantendo Smash Bros. Concept AgentMuffin (tbc)
as AM Studios
2018, January 22
Fantendo Smash Bros. Starlight TheLonelyHydreigon456 (tbc)
as Stardust Works
2018, April 13
Fantendo Smash Bros. Nil OwtheEdgehog (tbc) 2018, April 21
MFF9001's Fantendo Smash Bros. MegaFandroidFan9001 (tbc) 2019, July 5
Fantendo Smash Bros. Combat Erictom333 (tbc)
as erictom333 Studios
2020, January 11
Fantendo Smash Bros. Something CrakaboLazy4090 (tbc) 2020, January 20

Post-New Fantendoverse

Like its beginning, the time period around the end of the New Fantendoverse also marks a shift in the series. With no central shared universe for some time (Fantendoverse τ being planned but canceled), other users begin to make the most notable Fantendo Smash Bros. games, and there is a spotlight on various characters who were not in the New Fantendoverse.

Fantendo Smash Bros. games published after the New Fantendoverse
Title Author Article creation date
Fantendo Smash Bros. Remix MrYokaiAndWatch902 (tbc)
as Ragtag Refusal
2021, February 7
Fantendo Smash Bros. Destiny Erictom333 (tbc)
as erictom333 Studios
2021, March 22
Fantendo Smash Land Coral0excess (tbc) 2021, December 17
Fantendo Smash Land DX Coral0excess (tbc) 2022, February 11
Fantendo Smash Bros. Soul CrakaboLazy4090 (tbc), Empress Scarlet (tbc), KirbiMiroir (tbc), MR Z BRAINZ (tbc), StellaStardown (tbc), SphealingBlue (tbc) UnidentifiedFroggy (tbc) 2022, April 17


Fantendo Smash Bros. spinoff games
Title Author Article creation date
Nintendo vs. Fantendo Number-1-Pokemon-Fan-Eltario (tbc) 2011, July 18
Fantendo Smash Bros.: Born by Night VictoryStar (tbc) 2012, May 5
Fantendo Battle Royale CaptainFrostedFlakes (tbc)
as Creative Creations Inc.
2012, November 30
Fantendo Smash Bros. Card Clash CrunchTime420 (tbc)
as Simple Studios
2015, July 19
Fantendo Coliseum EximiusMax (tbc)
as OmegaFire Games
2016, March 13
Fantendo Strike Force Apihedron (tbc)
as Sixgon
2016, August 18
Fantendo Smash Bros. Battleground Empress Scarlet (tbc) and JayOkumura (tbc) 2020, March 22
Fantendo Smash Bros. Radiant Empress Scarlet (tbc)
as Scarlet.LTD
2020, July 15

Series represented

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As a long-running crossover, the Fantendo Smash Bros. series pulls together content from many other series.

A dagger† represents that the series' article has been removed, although some of its games may still be available to read.


Playable characters

As of December 2021, there have been over 1000 playable characters across all games in the series. The characters with the most playable appearances include Unten, McBoo, Pesh, 3.14, Leah Needlenam, Strafe, YoshiEgg Nook, Zerita, Ella Metals, and Volt.

Characters are sorted by their earliest playable appearance in the series. They should be moved if an earlier playable appearance is found.

Different forms and interpretations of the same character should be merged for convenience, especially if they are consistently alts of other characters. Exceptions may be made for many alternate-universe versions of Fantendo characters who are distinctly separate characters in several immediate elements, such as name, appearance, personality, or backstory. Due to the various continuities at play, a balance should be struck.

Only playable characters are listed in this section, not assist characters, bosses, or NPCs who have never been playable in the series.

A dagger† represents characters whose pages are removed. They are listed for historical completeness, but they should be unlinked, as many have been deleted by author request.

Fantendo Smash Bros.
Fantendo Smash Bros. DS
Fantendo Smash Bros. Melee
Fantendo Smash Bros. Brawl
Fantendo Smash Bros.: Mariofan45 and Micool26 Edition
Fantendo Smash Bros. N64
Fantendo Smash Bros. Wii
  • Blue Skinny Koopa
  • Booberry
  • Emily
  • Goommath†
  • Hacario
  • Mirdo
  • NessandLuigi469
Fantendo Smash Bros. Rumble
Fantendo Smash Bros. 3D
Fantendo Smash Bros. Uproar
Fantendo Smash Bros. D.I.Y.
Fantendo Smash Bros. War
  • Ace Venturboo
  • Kitsune†
Fantendo Smash Bros. Scuffle
Fantendo Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighter
  • Timette†
Fantendo Smash Bros. Combat
Happy Face's Fantendo Smash Bros.
Fantendo Smash Bros. Mayhem
Fantendo Smash Bros. Survival
  • ShyGuy16
Fantendo Smash Bros. Duel
Fantendo Smash Bros
  • Damyain
  • Dom
  • Dylan
Fantendo Smash Bros. Trace
Fantendo Smash Bros. Fight
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. 3DS
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Tactics
Fantendo Smash Bros Omega
  • Ultra
Fantendo Smash Bros. Mercury
Fantendo Smash Bros. Dimensions
Fantendo Smash Bros. Blast
Fantendo Smash Bros. Universe
Fantendo Smash Bros. Crushed
Fantendo Smash Bros. Legends
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Strife
Fantendo Smash Bros. Warzone
Fantendo Smash Bros. Clash
Fantendo Smash Bros. Return
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Extreme
Fantendo Smash Bros. Domination
Fantendo Battle Royale
  • Propeloo
Fantendo Smash Bros. Tournament
  • Seer
Fantendo Fight World
Fantendo Smash Bros. Ultimate
Fantendo Smash Bros. Ignition
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Contrive
Fantendo Smash Bros. The Chosen Clash
Fantendo Smash Bros. Xtreme
Fantendo Smash Bros. (SSD)
Fantendo Smash Bros. Melee (SSD)
  • Colby†
  • Fyre
Fantendo Smash Bros. Revolution
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. All Stars
Fantendo Brawlers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered
Fantendo Smash Bros. Outbreak
  • Tyler H.
Fantendo Smash Bros. Strike
Fantendo Smash Bros. x12
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Scarlet Skies
  • Commander Redd†
  • Emily Davies
  • Gamma the Lizard
  • Ian Harder
  • Keith
  • Kyo the Zuger†
  • The Internet
Fantendo Smash Bros. Magma
Fantendo Smash Bros. Comet
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Epoch
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Frozen
  • Crymsia
  • Kiki
  • Lucas Harder
  • Spyro & Weefly
  • Willy Dickson
Fantendo Smash Bros. (2015)
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Throwback
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Micro
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Orchid
Fantendo Smash Bros. Assault
Fantendo Smash Bros. Nightfall
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Nightmare
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Crusade
Fantendo Smash Bros. Cracked
  • Crack the Hedgehog
  • Zelena Neon
Fantendo Smash Bros. Alpha
Fantendo Smash Bros. Card Clash
Fantendo Smash Bros. Struggle
  • Chance Prickles
  • L3AH N33D13NAM
  • Leah Needleham
  • Peachario
  • Reese III
  • Tom Cruise
  • Turtle
Fantendo Smash Bros. Haymaker
Fantendo Smash Bros. S.M.A.S.H
Fantendo Smash Bros.: The Gamemaker's War
  • Ender
  • Fuzzy
  • Jared
  • Josh
  • Liam
  • Lock
  • Matt
  • RTA
  • Sammy
  • Sketch
  • Taylor
  • Tech
  • Terria
  • Tommy
  • Zabu
Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory
Fantendo Smash Bros. Lethal
  • Abigail
Fantendo Smash Bros. Nightfall (2016)
Fantendo Smash Bros. Meltdown
Fantendo Smash Bros. Fatality
Fantendo Smash Bros. Blood Country
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Omega
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Remix
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Slam
Fantendo Smash Bros. X
Fantendo Smash Bros. Over Heaven
  • Bandi
  • Chicken
  • Frank Bowie
  • Goat
  • Mad Dog
  • Omega KiloBot
  • Penumbra
  • Reten?
  • Rita Kuba
  • Serpent
  • Sudanima
  • The Cleaner
  • X-Rat
  • Zeon Knight
Fantendo Smash Bros. Momentz
  • Silva
  • Taylor Bronze†
  • Ultraviolet
Fantendo Smash Bros. Scrap
  • Actual Rachten
  • Actual Voltdozz
  • Childish Gambino
  • Crow
  • Fetish Fuel
  • Goosy
  • Mother Goose
  • Steven Spielberg
  • Stora†
  • Taste Meanings Dora
  • Wacky Carrot
  • X-Ram
Fantendo Smash Bros. Delta
Fantendo Smash Bros. Concept
Fantendo Smash Bros. Starlight
No known newcomers
Fantendo Smash Bros. Nil
MFF9001's Fantendo Smash Bros.
Fantendo Smash Bros. Combat (erictom333)
Fantendo Smash Bros. Something
Fantendo Smash Bros. Radiant
Fantendo Smash Bros. Remix (Ragtag Refusal)
Fantendo Smash Bros. Battleground
  • Absinthe†
  • Allie
  • Altha
  • B.R.B
  • BardKahrd
  • Bastek
  • Bezerkhon
  • Cadavird
  • Calderela
  • Caleb
  • Cassandra
  • Cephona
  • Clazma
  • Cowltessa
  • Crunx and Blockhead
  • Darren
  • Diablister Jr
  • Dream Weaver
  • Endflux
  • Haedrenix
  • Helkertrite
  • Hex
  • Hyper Blossom
  • Klaymen
  • Krogbord
  • Mallory Zin
  • Misery
  • Mosorno
  • Partyhorn
  • Phendropteryx
  • Phrecelius
  • Pierce
  • Pluzmo
  • Proxxy
  • Puzzling
  • Quezpah
  • Raune
  • Rookenji
  • Scorcannon
  • Shine
  • Teal
  • Voidbound Opheregieon
  • Vui
  • Wendigast
  • Xocagornis
  • Xsomnis
  • Yvnier
  • Zatcherzaur
  • Zelflux
Fantendo Smash Bros. Destiny (erictom333)
Fantendo Smash Land
Fantendo Smash Bros. Soul


A boss is a non-playable character that appears as a strong opponent in specific circumstances in one-player modes or on certain stages in multiplayer modes.

Most of the Fantendo Smash Bros. games have their own original bosses but few of them came from other Fantendo original games (mostly the Doomuli, Unten's "clone" -like Netnu, Fake Unten, or Reten-, or "The" deities from the Fantendoverses -Like The Enemy or The Threat-). As for now, in December 2021, only Ghroth the Harbinger, King Cube Kilobot, and Mistress of Weird made three or more appareances as Bosses across the series.


Assists are characters summoned during a fight to aid the user. This mechanic was first introduced in Fantendo Smash Bros. DS, using the same system as Super Smash Bros. Brawl. In the series, multiple items help to summon an Assist like the Assist Trophy, the Summoner Orb, or the Assist Pearl. In Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory, it is even possible to play as an Assist using the TAGOS system.

An impressive amount of different characters appeared as Assist through the FSB games. As for now, in December 2021, only Boare, Friday Blake, Muffin, and RedYoshi made three or more appareances as Assist across the series.


Inspired by the Super Smash Bros. series, characters fight against each other in a 2.5D environment, using special moves that are unique to a single character, and items that hail from many of Fantendo's series. Characters sustain damage, which is indicated by a percentage at the bottom of the screen. The higher the percentage means the character takes more knockback from attacks. To knock out a fighter, one must simply blast them off-screen.

Exclusive gameplay

  • Chemistry mechanics: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Duel) Characters have different relationships to each other, whether a friendship or a rivalry. The more their chemistry is positive the less damage they can do to each other. During a match, two rivals can enter into a duel where all damages are doubled for a short period of time. On the other side, two friends can enter in an Alliance where they won't be able to damage each other for a short time.
  • Tatics: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Tactics) Characters and stages have a direct influence to each other. A character can be stronger in a specific stage or make the stage crumble because he is too heavy.
  • Character-specific items (Fantendo Smash Bros. Ignition)
  • Smashopoly: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Revolution) To earn in-game coins, the players can play a Monopoly-like board game but instead of jail, or paying property, players must fight.
  • Fantentag: (Fantendo Brawlers) A tag game within a battle. A designated "tagger" has to tag every other player in less than 5 minutes.
  • Shattered Selection: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered) A character can be selected a limited amount of times before their portrait broke making them unselectable. Their portrait will restore after 5 matches.
  • Finisher Meter: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory) Player can fill up their Finisher Meter (by getting or giving hit) to execute their Finishing Move or to countering opponent's moves.
  • TAGOS: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory) Switch your fighter once in-match with a weaker fighter.
  • Erringear Moves: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory) All characters can learn up to three new moves.
  • Breakers: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory) After the opponent has done over ten connecting attacks on a character this one can knock the opponent back.
  • Move Staleness: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory) When the player performs the same move too many times in a row, the damage is lowering.
  • Damage Boost: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory) When the player gets above 100% damage or if the opponent plays too defensively, the player gets a damage boost. In Fantendo Smash Bros. Destiny (erictom333) some fighters have more noticeable boost above a certain % damage, while others have none.
  • Accessibility Options: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory) Color Blindness Filters, Audio Visuals, Blindness Cues.
  • Equipment and Accessories (Fantendo Smash Bros. Omega)
  • Codec Conversation: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Omega) If two opponents use Taunt at the same time they can engage in a conversation.
  • Epoch Cross: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Epoch) When you select a character, you can give them another character-themed boost.
  • Vital Limit: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Haymaker) Over a certain score of damage, when a character takes a hit that can be fatal, it has 8 seconds to complete a QTE. If the character succeeds, he won't fly away, if he loses or if it's the 6th time a fatal hit it will automatically lose the match.
  • Speed: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Haymaker) Character can adjust their speed to make them faster or stronger.
  • Weaving: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Haymaker) Dodge the attack by predicting the direction of an upcoming attack (low, mid or high). If you dodge at least one attack you can pull an "Infinity Weaving" allowing him to dodge most attacks for a brief amount of time. While you "Infinity Weave", you can use a powerful counter-attack.
  • Stardust: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Starlight) To access to new forms with new moves (including a Super Move), characters must collect Stardust on the stage.
  • Stage Morph: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Combat (erictom333)) If the option is enable, the stage can change in-match.
  • Shield Counter: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Remix (Ragtag Refusal)) Pressing B while shielding will perform a counter move (or self-destruct move depending on the character).
  • Kinetic Damage: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Destiny (erictom333)) Launched fighters can deal damage and knockback to other fighters they hit.
  • Advanced Physics: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Destiny (erictom333)) When launched, fighters obey realistic physics: they are subject to gravity and air resistance. Also, how much a character bounces off of obstacles is determined by their speed and damage, and fighter. Finally, when fighters are in a helpless state, ragdoll physics (decreased air resistance) takes over and applies until the fighters get back up.
  • Instant KO: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Destiny (erictom333)) Any fighter that takes 1000% damage is immediately KOed.
  • Hyper Form : (Fantendo Smash Land DX) Any fighter can turn into their Hyper Form after the first 30 seconds of a match. They can use this flying powerful 15-second form only once in a match.
  • Soul Attacks: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Soul) The player can go into their Soul State after accumulating enough damage to go into their Soul State. The form vastly increases the character's stats and offers additional effects to special attacks. The disadvantages are an increased knockback and a hard to control enhanced speed.
  • Daily Challenge: (Fantendo Smash Bros. Soul) Once per day, the player is given a particularly difficult battle against a CPU character(s) to complete withing the day with the offer of winning rare and hard-to-obtain rewards.


An item is an object that either randomly appears on-stage during a match or is summoned by a character's special move, that can be picked up and used by characters. Many items can be wielded once picked up, while others apply an effect, and almost all can be thrown at opponents.

Some items are taken from a previous Fantendo game, from the Super Smash Bros. series, or are exclusive to the Fantendo Bros. series.

Following, it's the list of original items present in at least two Fantendo Smash Bros. games.

Recurring Item List
Item Information
Finisher Sphere
The Finisher Sphere allows a character to use their Finisher Move, comparable to the Smash Ball unlocking a fighter's Final Smash in the Super Smash Bros. series. The Finisher Orb is a fragment that fills the Finisher Meter in Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory. It also gets different names like Legendary Orb.

First Appearance: Fantendo Smash Bros. DS (as Smash Ball); Fantendo Smash Bros. Universe (as Finisher Sphere); Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory (as Finisher Orb)

Bullet BoB
The Bullet of Brilliance (BoB) is a silver, small bullet, which can tear a wall apart with one shot. It is shot with a Bullet Bob Launcher that can contain up to 3 Bullet BoBs.

First Appearance: Ella-Metals (Series); Fantendo Smash Bros. DS

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Summoner Orb
The Summoner Orb summons a non-playable character to help in battle, like the Assist Trophy in the Super Smash Bros. series. In Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory, it became the TAGOS Token used to switch your character with another (weaker) one so you can play as them instead of just summon them. It also gets different names like Assist Pearls.

First Appearance: Fantendo Smash Bros. DS (as Assist Trophy); Fantendo All-Stars Racing† (as Summoner Orb); Fantendo Smash Bros. Duel (as Summoner Orb); Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory (as TAGOS Token)

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Kotomo Bait
A variant of the Summoner Orb that only summons Kotomo once thrown on the ground as a bait for them.

First Appearance: Kotomo; Fantendo Smash Bros. Destiny (erictom333) (as Kotomo Summoner Orb); Fantendo Smash Bros. Soul (as Kotomo Bait)

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RedYoshi Egg
Similar to the Yoshi Egg in Mario Kart Double Dash, when thrown at someone, it breaks open and drops an item or explodes.

First Appearance: Fantendo Smash Bros. DS

Warp Orb
Taken from the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. Warp Orbs can be picked up and tossed at opponents, if they hit the opponents they will warp them off of the stage, usually resulting in a 1-hit K.O.

First Appearance: Team Gemstones series†; Fantendo Smash Bros. Mercury

Similar to the Super Smash Bros. series, foods can be eaten by the player to restore some health. They change their appearance between games going to Berries, Fruit to the Untencake

First Appearance: Fantendo Smash Bros. Mercury (as Berry and Fruit); Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory (as Untencake)

Rubbers Racer
When thrown, it will race around the stage. The Rubber Race (or Racing Rubber) will trap the opponent erasing the floor under them. The player who threw it will still be able to walk where it erased the stage.

First Appearance: Hood'em-ario Kart.†; Fantendo Smash Bros. Universe

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Among the FSB games, the Wands give different abilities to the player that picks them, and sometimes you don't know what will be the wand power until you use it. Among them: Enhancing the speed or damage, granting them the ability to fire projectiles (like stars or black holes), or even granting temporary immunity.

First Appearance: Fantendo Smash Bros. Mercury

Corrupted Core
When hit enough times, they will explode and create an explosion that covers a huge part of the stage.

First Appearance: Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered

This fruit, once consumed, creates a duplicate of the user that mimics their actions. The player and their clone share the same damage percent. This item was first a Clone Melon, before becoming the Chococherry.

First Appearance: Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered (as Clone Melon); Super Bunea World (as Chococherry); Fantendo Smash Bros. Nil (as Chococherry)

Blump fruits give you a defensive boost when consumed. Depending on the color (the Glistening Blump being the strongest and rarest) it can cancel the damage of the next hit taken after consumption, boost your defensive stats, make you heavier. When thrown, they can explode setting the opponent on fire, shock them, or freeze them.

First Appearance: Fissure; Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory

Blorp vegetables poison the player for a brief period of time when consumed. They can also be carried and thrown at other players to slow them down for a brief period of time.

First Appearance: Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory

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Horns of a bull
When the player wear these, they gain a head-butt attack as well as negating attacks from above, which will just bounce off your character's head! They last only for a limited time before disappearing.

First Appearance: BowieQuest 2: Degree in Origami; Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory

Pushies are used to push opponents away for slight damage. The player can ride on them to float around as well, they vary in speed.

First Appearance: Pusher's Pile; Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory

Bug Milk
Bug Milk shrinks the user who drinks it making them less strong but harder to hit and faster.

First Appearance: Dark Wood; Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory

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Similar to the Soccer Ball item from the Super Smash Bros. series. They can't be picked up, but attacking it will launch the ball in the direction of the attack. Depending on how strong the attack is, the farther and faster it is sent flying, and the stronger it is. Depending on the color, they can also spew magma, electrocute players, or, even, be grab and throw.

First Appearance: Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory

When rolled, These two Chocodices cause a specific effect depending on how which number (2 to 12) they land. It either aids the user, hinders them, harms other players, etc.

First Appearance: Super Bunea World; Fantendo Smash Bros. Nil

Keinz Coloured Ketchup
Bottles of ketchups with unusual colors corresponding to a Fantendoverse character on the bottle, drinking it will grant the user a random status effect like electrifying body, draining health,...

First Appearance: FantendoQuest; Fantendo Smash Bros. Nil

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Hell's Ramen
Similar to Superspicy Curry in the Super Smash Bros. series. When eaten, briefly gives the fighter that ate it an uncontrollable fireball breath. It appeared as Chili in previous FSB games.

First Appearance: Mr Chili (as Chili); Fantendo Smash Bros. Uproar† (as Chili); COLD❄BLOOD (as Hell's Ramen); Fantendo Smash Bros. Nil (as Hell's Ramen)

Rage Soda
As opposed to the Blump fruits, this soda gives you offensive and speed boosts when consumed. After being consumed, the empty can can be thrown as an explosive projectile.

First Appearance: KillGames; Fantendo Smash Bros. Combat (erictom333)

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A fruity Slimoo filled with a strange psychedelic chemical. When thrown, it momentarily reverses the controls of any fighters it hits.

First Appearance: Untitled Community Fighting Game; Fantendo Smash Bros. Soul


A stage is a location in which characters fight or complete objectives.

Following, it's the list of original stages present in at least four Fantendo Smash Bros. games.

Recurring Stage List
Stage Information
Atlantica is the home to Teardrop Seaside. It's a democratic country populated by Oceanians, a human-like species with water-like skin. Atlantic territory also includes various islands scattered across a small part of the sea.

Series: Teardrop

Blaze Academy A school for young mutants with strange powers most notably Mika Sho who possesses the mutant ability to summon and control fire by manipulating elements.

Series: The Uncanny Adventures of Sunfire

Chococarrot Charge
Incredibly bland looking plains stage at first, until platforms begin to rise up and swing around. There can be found a gigantic dinner table, a dumpy carnival and destroyed grey fortress where lives Liz Izzard with her drilling machine.

Series: Super Bunea

Claire's Apartment A smallish stage set in Claire MacBeth's apartment and roof. Since Claire is obsessed by extraterrestrials and their culture, there is a lot of artifact and articles about it around.

Series: Mynisverse

Draconian Town A stage is based of Hinata's memories of the last time she saw her hometown, Draconian Town, sometimes corrupted with trippy result by the sights of the massacre caused by the war. It features various fire pits and Doragon statues can be activated by hitting them to be used against their enemies.

Series: Eternika

Fantendo Wiki
This very website is a stage! See characters fight on the blue logo, the homepage and even in the Recent Activities and Users' pages.

Series: Fantendo

GrimeCorp Tower The main base of operations for Doomulus Grime and his army of GrimeBots. It's a huge and mechanical castle.

Series: That One Series With a Long and Uninteresting Name That I Do Not Wish to Remember

McBoo's Mansion
The stage with the most appareance through the Fantendo Smash Bros. series.

A dark mansion where McBoo lives (haunts). Throughout the battle, Boos and McBoo's friends roam free. During a fight the Mansion could get completley destroyed, but it regens itself eventually. Sometimes, King Boo appears in the background. When it happens, the Boos and friends charge much quicker and more often.

Series: McBoo

Micool's Castle Town Micool's Castle Town is a fantasy medieval town where Micool lives. Hazards are in this stage such as Micool Guys and Giranha Plants coming to attack.

Series: Micool

Middletown A large city and David's home city. During a fight Middletown takes first takes place on the center of the city and over time it changes locations like Downtown, the rooftop of the Megamall, West Middletown, David's neighborhood, and the Park. Max Power's Green Spaceship arrives at times and one blast with a deadly green lazer.

Series: David

New York City
The real life city of New York in the United State with the main location being Wall Street.

Series: Real Life

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Peaceful Plains
Usually the basic stage in Fantendo Smash Bros. games. Peaceful Plains, situated on Zeon, is a grassy and flat platform that reaches to both sides of the screen so nobody can fall. Three platforms in a triangular configuration float above the stage. Chief Dongorio will change things up by mixing up the platforms.

Series: That One Series With a Long and Uninteresting Name That I Do Not Wish to Remember

The little city where the Pouchets, like Pesh and Pashie live but also the living platforms the Pushies.

Series: Pusher's Pile

RedYoshi's Island A Tropical island which is RedYoshi's home land. The stage weather change being snowy, rainy, foggy or clear bringing various hazards. Sometimes ColoredYoshis and ColoredBirdos run randomally to the left or the right and they can take alot of damage to characters if one is ran over by them.

Series: RedYoshi

Smilexia City Court The home city of Bearded Smiley which he had to save from destruction when Uilee Tea attacked it with his army. The City Court is the center of the city, just above complex underground and where you can find Professor Rawser.

Series: Bearded Smiley

Treasure Town It's the main city from the Team Gemstones series where you can find everything you need to continue your quest. It is inhabited by Pokémon in a Pokémon Dungeon way.

Series: Team Gemstones

VineVille is the main hub world in the Ella-Metals series, the hometown of no ordinary citizens able to control objects depending on their last names. It was constructed on the remain of a strange meteorite which sprouts enormous vines helping the inhabitants in their industries. The meteorite at the center of the twon is always guarded.

Series: Ella-Metals

Western Forest An old, dusty town, serving as the capital city of the Sunny Springs world. Most densely populated region of the teddy bears, the area looks surprisingly run-down with various building showing signs of old age. Like one could expect with any generic western-themed location. It was first known as Bear Forest.

Series: BowieQuest

Zeon Ruins This stage takes place on Unten's now destroyed home planet of Zeon by Doomulus Grime and his massive world-destroying drill. The stage's layout consists of orbiting rocks with platforms attached to them.

Series: That One Series With a Long and Uninteresting Name That I Do Not Wish to Remember



  • According to research in December 2021, these characters have the most appearances across Fantendo Smash Bros. games.
Place Character Appearances
1st Unten 44
2nd Pesh 20
3rd Leah Needlenam 19
4th 3.14 18
  • According to extremely brief research in May 2022, these Fantendo Smash Bros. games had the largest playable character rosters.
Place Game Playable Characters
1st Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory 134
2nd Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered 113
3rd Fantendo Brawlers 110
  • Of the original cast of Fantendo Smash Bros., 11 have made reappearances, with Drencil the Drawing, Guigi Tankfiller, and Kooper having yet to reappear. McQueen Mario has only reappeared in the now-deleted Fantendo Smash Bros. Fatality.
    • PalmMan currently holds the longest period between their first and second appearance among the original game's cast, not reappearing for 1,795 days until Fantendo Smash Bros. Contrive in April 2014.
  • Few canon Nintendo characters made an appearance across Fantendo Smash Bros. Games. Only Mario (3), Luigi (2), Kirby (3) and Palutena (3) made more than one appearance. This is without counting the fanon characters based on Nintendo species, like Litle P or the roster from Fantendo Smash Bros. spinoffs.
Fantendo Series
Canon Angry Birds | Animal Crossing | ARMS | Banjo-Kazooie | Bomberman | Chibi-Robo! | Donkey Kong | Earthbound | Final Fantasy | Fire Emblem | F-Zero | Ice Climber | Kingdom Hearts | Kid Icarus | Kirby | Kirby Super Star | Legend of Zelda, The | Luigi's Mansion | Super Mario (subseries: Mario Kart | New Super Mario Bros. | Paper Mario | Dr. Mario | Mario & Luigi) | Mega Man | Metroid | Pokémon | Punch-Out!! | Sonic the Hedgehog | Splatoon | Star Fox | Starfy | Super Smash Bros. | Scribblenauts | Wario | Yoshi
Fanon Ability | Baby Kart | Bombell | Clyde | Dark Destroyers | Dashed Koopa | Diaper Duty | Fandemonium | Fantendo Smash Bros. | Fanon Trapped | Fantendo Saga | Fantendo Kart | Fantendo Origins | Fantendo RPG | Flame | Godzilla |Hark & Flame | Koopa Warriors | Lava Path | Lemmykoopa24 | Lego Nintendo | Litle P & Sandslash | Magical Bear | Magical Snowman | Mario Forever | McBoo | Megaman Universe | Mega Man Turbo | MKTV | Neverworld | Nintendo Plays | Paper Partners | Police Acadamy | PocketFan With | Radioactive | Ranzatsu | Sonic Speedball RPG | Super Mario Adventures | Super Mario Powers | Super Nintendo | Sonic Party | Survivor Fan | Super Mario Bros. (LuckyEmile edition) | RedYoshi | TaBooki | Torn Dreams | TriHeroes | Ultra Mario | Wario & Waluigi | Wheelzen | YoshiEgg
Original 3.14 | Akuma no mon | Amazing Bob!, The | Archipeligo | Aura's Junkyard | Ballmaze | Battle of Bracelets | Black Night | BowieQuest | COLD❄BLOOD | Crestseeker | Curse of Life, the | Dark Woods | David | Delicious | Doodleland| Draco Duel | Ella-Metals | Emotion Spectrum | Eternika | Fandro RPG | Fire & Ice | Game Freak/HACKED | Ghost Smile | Hooves | Jack | Omegaverse: Confidential | KillGames | Kotomo | Masterpiece | Mick | Micool | The World | Malicious | Meta-Form | Maven the Lynx | Mystic | Night of Thieves | PalmMan | Pencil and Paper | Nightwolf | Pickpocket | Project Vulcan | Pusher's Pile | Redwolf Not Nightwolf | Shadowcalypse | Sky Warriors | Something Evil This Way Comes | Sinless | Speed Rush | Super Bunea | Teardrop | Tesuto of the Nopperabo | The Adventures of White | TOSWALAUNTIDNWTR | Tigzon | Ultimate End | Untitled Fantendo Story, The | Voidverse | Voidverse Future | VOLT | Wheelie Penguin | Ybrik| Koby