Fight till we are no more”
|Release Date(s)||April 14th, 20XZ|
|Media Included||Jem Mecha Disc|
Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered is the final installment in the Golden Age Fantendoverse Canon. Inspired by big comic events like Secret Wars and Crisis on Infinite Earths, this game ends the universe that began in 2006 and begins a new one.
It will also likely be the largest entry in the Fantendo Smash Bros. series yet; the creator says there were about 40 or so characters already confirmed before sign-ups began on February 1.
The game's story follows shortly after Fantendo Visual Novel: Fracture. With the existence of the event known as the Fracture, the Fantendoverse is doomed to crash under its own weight. It is said to borrow elements from the canceled project Shattered Panes.
Shortly after the game's release, a gaiden game add-on called Fantendo Smash Bros. Scarlet Skies was added. This takes place before the events of Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered and explains things like White Goddess' motivations. It is not required to read in order to understand this game.
A second gaiden game add-on called Fantendo Smash Bros. Cracked was revealed on Thursday, April 30, 2015. It will be before the events of both games, shortly after The Recolor War. It will star two new recolors (one of Strafe; another of Leah) and use some of the characters that were cut from both games. It focuses on a subplot that couldn't fit into either game, which is the appearance of Crack the Hedgehog and his origins.
Development of this game is currently at a strange standstill as not all of the characters have permission to be used, as the rule didn't become more enforced until the game was mostly done.
- 1 Gameplay
- 2 Trailers
- 3 Story - Days of Shattering
- 4 Roster
- 5 Characters
- 6 Stages
- 7 Items
- 8 Assist Pearls
- 9 Bosses
- 10 Music
- 11 Amiibo Support
- 12 Chats
- 13 Poll
- 14 Trivia
It's a Smash Bros game. Gameplay in the game is a dramatic departure from many fighting games. Instead of winning by depleting an opponent's life bar, players of Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered seek to knock opponents off the stage. Characters have a damage total, represented by a percentage value, which rises as they take damage and can exceed 100%. As a character's percentage rises, the character can be knocked progressively farther by an opponent's attacks. To KO an opponent, the player must send that character flying off the edge of the stage, which is not an enclosed arena but rather an area with open boundaries, usually a set of suspended platforms. When a character is knocked off the stage, the character may use jumping moves to attempt to return; as some characters' jumps are longer-ranged, they may have an easier time "recovering" than others. Additionally, some characters are heavier than others, making it harder for an opponent to knock them off the edge but likewise harder to recover.
Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered' play controls are greatly simplified in comparison to other fighting games. While traditional fighting games such as Street Fighter or Soul Calibur require the player to memorize button-input combinations (sometimes lengthy and complicated, and often specific to a character), Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered uses the same one-attack-button, one-control-stick-direction combinations to access all moves for all characters. Characters are not limited to constantly facing their opponent but may run around freely. Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered also implements blocking and dodging mechanics, which can be used both on the ground and in the air. Grabbing and throwing other characters are also possible, allowing for a large variety of ways to attack.
Finisher Spheres appear as a analog to the Smash Ball, allowing characters to use a Finishing Move.
Selection of character works a bit different from previous Exotoro-built fighting games; whenever you select a character their portrait begins to fracture. Over time (about three matches), the fractures will grow so long as someone is using that character until it finally breaks. When it breaks, it will take five matches to return and be selected again. This quirk can be turned off in options, but it adds a strategic element to selection of characters.
- Battle is the main mode. You select up to 4 characters and duke it out on your stage of choice. Settings such as turning off the shattering mechanic or setting up what items or assists appear are available.
- Tournament is where if you have a party of people you can switch in and out in a tournament type setting.
Stratosball is a new mode based off the poorly aged Teardrop Stratosball. The game is based off the fictional sport Stratosball, a iconic sport in the Teardrop universe, and is played by two teams of seven, not counting the Protector, which face off against each other to catch and shoot the ball into the Protector's Ring to score a point in the match. Players may utilize various strategies, such as their special powers.
- Classic - Go through a set of ten random battles and battle a random boss at the end. Generally going through this mode with a character usually unlocks another one.
- Days of Shattering - The story mode. Can be played with an additional player. This is the biggest story mode to date, featuring musical numbers and tons of dialogue.
- Order of the Fan/Order of Enemy - In this mode, the player must undertake orders given to them by either The Fan or The Enemy (after they have been unlocked, White Goddess and Black God take their place). In order to play these orders, one must use gold earned by playing the game.
- In Order of the Fan/White, players must complete one of the three orders to get a prize. Orders of the Fan range in difficulty, and the cost to attempt the order and the prize earned for completing the order is dependent on its difficulty level.
- In Order of the Enemy/Black, players must complete one of the five orders to gain a prize. This differs from the Order of the Fan in that the player can then attempt as many orders as they can complete within a 10 minute time limit, with various conditions.
- Order of the Orange - A series of pre-determined tasks that is hosted by Dare.
- All-Star Mode - Battle 40 of Fantendo's finest! This mode is unlocked after unlocking all the characters. All characters are randomly picked but they are all encountered according to the year they debuted.
- Omega-Star Mode - Battle the entire roster (over 100 characters) in chronological order. Way tougher than it seems!
- White Fortress - Traverse a giant maze made from Fantendo's past and fight various enemies and bosses.
- Plunge in the Past: Shattered - Complete a number of minigames and missions based off Fantendo's past.
Like Super Smash Bros. Assemble, this game will make use of trailers to introduce it's many, many characters.
Fantendo Holiday Showcase 2014 Announcement Trailer: Tick Tick
The trailer opens with this coming into view:
We zoom into the logo and then zoom out from Unten's head, who is currently being attacked by Doomulus Grime. Unten lays on the floor as Zerita runs towards Doomulus Grime, but is simply punched straight in the stomach. As Doomulus Grime laughs, something rises in the distance.
Doomulus Grime points to a town, which Reptflux seems forced to destroy as he heads towards it. As he approaches the town, however, he's taken out by a woman skilled at killing gods: Leah Needlenam. As Doomulus Grime groans at the defeat, Unten gets up and punched him off the walls of the tower. As Doomulus Grime falls, something swift captures him.
I Love You
The trailer opens with Leah Needlenam setting up her hospital with her looking over a needle with red fluid in it. The scene suddenly shifts to the mountains where she walks alone. There is dirt on her face and she walks across a lake and climbs up the mountain. There she comes across a giant version of the Twisted Cross symbol, which has a band around it that floats off.
Leah then proceeds down mountains and walks to the shore and continues to walk into the water where she gets on her knees and pulls at her face in anguish. A wave comes over her as she stands up and crosses her arms, where she begins to descend into the ocean.
Whales surround Leah as she falls and eventually she falls to the bottom where X-Ray and Beth Operatino are revealed to also be crossing their arms. We then cut back to Leah looking at the needle, and she looks at her hands at they begin to fade away. The trailer closes as the camera pans back with X-Ray asleep on a operating table and the needle falls out of Leah's fading hands.
The trailer opens with a flag flowing in the breeze, with a melting skull with stars for eyes on it. It then cuts to Iron Mask, who has his gunblade out. Death Servants attack Iron Mask, with him blowing them away with his gunblade but he finds that he is slowly getting overwhelmed. Just then, a bunch of sparks cause some of the Death Servants to explode, the sparks coming from Scarlet.
As Iron Mask and Scarlet fight the Death Servants, ashes begin to fall from the sky like snowflakes. Suddenly, giant balls of black smoke come down, with Iron Mask and Scarlet just barely missing them. As the balls of smoke come down, one comes hurdling straight towards Iron Mask and Scarlet but they are saved by a sudden blast of paint from PAIN-T.
As the three attempt to miss the balls of smoke and fight the Death Servants, the scene slowly shifts to a ruined piano where Hooves pokes out of. Cue logo.
In the post credits sequence, we see Oshtyo look at the edge of the cliff and we see a small dimensional rip where we see Unten, 3.14, and White celebrating Mika Sho's birthday. We can't see his reaction because he now wears a mask, but his fists clench.
I Will Never Leave Your Side
The trailer begins with a shot of a dead Unten and a girl in a black dress in a black void.
We see Ella Metals and Strafe holding hands on a hill entitled Unten Hill. As they do, we see that something is troubling Strafe as he looks at Unten. We then cut to Leah and X-Ray, with X-Ray seemingly oblivious to amount of Valentine's chocolates stacked on the couch she is currently laying on.
We then cut to a forest that is very dark and we see a dimly lit Plague Master and Lamia looking at their child. Although Lamia is smiling, Plague Master seems troubled by something...
We then cut to the Wasteland, where Iron Mask, Scarlet, and PAIN-T are relaxing in a basement of sorts when suddenly Orithell breaks the wall, blasting the three back. The three prepare for battle, which then cuts to a road where John Mogwai is driving on. Although John Mogwai is talking to Leila Metals, Leila is seemingly lost in thought looking out of a window. Suddenly, something moves by fast and causes the car to spin out of control.
The trailer begins with Reese opening his eyes to a bunch of photographs flying past him. As more and more fly past him, the film develops to show pictures of past trailers (the Wasteland Warriors dodging balls of smoke, Oshtyo looking into the portal). We focus back to Reese, who stands up as Reese II prepares to shock him. Reese dodges Reese II's strikes and pulls out a lamp to hit Reese II over the head with. As he prepares to do that, Trip the Catalyst appears with Hexa, who is confused by what's happening.
Trip joins to battle Reese II, and Reese II avoids the two's attacks. Reese II mutters into a headset and suddenly out of nowhere comes Aurora, with white smoke coming out of her eyes. She expands the Grasshopper blade out and cackles.
Suddenly the photographs are sent flying back, with the gust knocking all the catalysts as Unten comes in with FTAS Unten, Fantendo Resort Unten, and Citiverse Unten.
After the logo appears, a quick scene depicting the photographs being swept up by a fast unknown creature is shown.
Gears of Time
The trailer begins with Unten falling back in pain. We hear mechanical steps as the thing that has been too fast to see is revealed: CLOCKWARX.
Clockwarx prepares to step on Unten as Reese (who has visible cracks on his face that shed white light) looks away. Suddenly, something opens up in the sky. A red crack.
Little Lenny Penguin, JIM, and Alison jump out from the crack. Unten gets up as Clockwarx looks at the crack and the personages. Clockwarx attempts to hit the three, but all three dodge his strike. Reese gets up and heads towards a giant clock face. As he spins it, various characters such as Lexi Lexhan, Andy Pasta, Loki Steinbach, Rai, Johnny Dog, Pinti, and S all appear. The entire roster up to this point then shouts "We are the Light!" as Clockwarx roars a distorted and timeshifting sound.
Post credits, a blank screen appears, but a voice can be heard.
"Are we not cul enough to be in this game or something?"
Story - Days of Shattering
Days of Shattering is the game's story mode. With the existence of the Catalysts known, Unten, Reese, and many others have to find the other Catalysts in order to prevent further damage to the timelines of Fantendoverse. Meanwhile, Leila begins to remember things that don't exist, The Wasteland is under attack, and time is ticking.
The roster for Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered is one of the biggest yet, featuring hundreds of playable characters. Here is a general overview of who's in. For more details, see characters.
A new character to the Fantendoverse as well as being another Catalyst. While Reese II shares some moves with Reese I, like pulling objects from parallel timelines, Reese II is also equipped with a shock stick that it uses hit enemies with and stun them if it has enough power.
Clear Classic with Reese.
The lanky rival to Unten in Underground, who Unten hasn't seen in years since she left Zeon. She wields a sword called the Palm Cutter, which is meant primarily for cutting down Palm Trees, but she has customized it to be sharper and faster, as well as giving the blade itself a unique design. With this blade, she has incredible reach!
Clear Classic with Unten.
Leah Needleman's silent object of affection. X-Ray has X-Ray scans which she uses to battle with, with each X-Ray heading towards a different section of the body. When five X-Ray scans hit a character, they are rendered immobile. X-Ray can also attack with an X-Ray machine itself, which has radiation poisoning effects.
Clear Classic with Leah.
Beth Operatino is a doctor and a member of The Twisted Cross. She is Leah Needlenam's "replacement" in the group after it rebanded after Leah set fire to the place and grabbed X-Ray with her. She attacks with a IV holder and her scapel pinky.
Clear Adventure with Leah.
A 12 year old that must stop evil! He has his laser gun, which comes in handy as it can blind and hurt opponents. He also uses different shapes to change his speed and allows him to block attacks. He can also summon a giant mouth to eat opponents and spit them out.
Complete 10 matches.
The dark version of Strafe? How sterotypical! This Strafe uses variations of Strafe's attacks that are much more violent looking and they tend to be stronger, but this Strafe also has weak attacks. He also has some dark spirit attacks such as Dark Stab and Dark Teleport.
Complete Classic as Strafe.
A former member of the Doomuli and Unten's greatest foe. Doomulus Grime can use a drill similar to the one seen in Tragedy (2015) but much smaller obviously, and minor use of the "Power Chaotic", a force that exists throughout the universe with few able to control it. Doomulus uses the Power Chaotic to create cosmic sweeps that can blow away opponents from him while hurting them and generating arrows out of pure energy. He can also use his tail to attack opponents, with the sweet spots being the spikes.
Complete 20 matches.
A sinister looking woman from the Wasteland. She has a Narobi-Tron built hand that can control any Narobi Boards inside of robots. She can also generate lighting and smoke from the hand, making use of the smoke to teleport and blind enemies.
Complete 30 matches.
The manifestation of Order in the Universe, and the rival of The Mysterious Mr. ?, the manifestation of Chaos. He recently escaped from his cave prison using a Catalyst named Reese. He attacks with diamonds made out of pure energy that swing from his sleeves; a pendulum effect. He can also use dark magic.
Complete 40 matches.
Happy Face is a happy face that just wants to be your friend... right? Happy Face can use ink to attack and block attacks, as well as use pac pellets to create a line to dash from similar to Pac-Man in Super Smash Bros. 4.
Complete 50 matches.
Shy Guy Yellow
He looks like a total normal yellow Shy Guy, but this Shy Guy is actually a crude caricature. He farts and can summon your mom, who is a cow. Boris will also show up, and being known as the "Fist of Pain", he sure packs a punch!
Complete 60 matches.
Heart is one of Riddle's friends that joined him for his Epic Adventure. She is a clone of Riddle that uses Mega Punches, Elastic Moves, and Helicopter Ponytail. She is generally slower but stronger than Riddle. She also has a move called "Love Bomb" which creates a heart which can be expanded by charging it. When someone runs into it, it explodes.
Complete Classic as Riddle.
Otherwise known as Nostradamus, he had been the black sheep of his family due to his ties with Lilith. He attacks using Nocturnal energy, shooting razor sharp feathers out of his wings and sending out Rosie and Posie similar to Rosalina and Luma; they spread poisonous attacks at the tap of a button and can be returned to Plague Master at any time.
Complete Classic Mode once.
Mr. Sewn is a Hood'em made from the pieces of dead Hood'ems and is hell bent on total world domination. It's interesting to note that he's based off two different interpretations of the character; the one seen in Mr. Sewn's Takeover and Mr. Sew'n Has a Ball. He attacks with String Needles which tether him to an opponent and can pull them around if he wishes, he can also attack with a needle gun. He has a madness bar that slowly fills up over time and allows him to do much more violent attacks similar to that of fatalities. However, it's all inside his head so they only do so much damage.
Complete Classic Mode as Red.
Dr. Norman Gai
The surviving doctor of Areplaes Hospital. Broken by the torment of all those dead people, he has become insane. He can be considered the glass cannon of the roster, meaning that he deals a lot of damage but can't take a lot himself. He attacks with a rifle that shoots syringes and two mini crutches.
Win 10 matches as Leah Needlenam.
An undead rock star resurrected by the Rock God. The Rock God has opened up Corshama's art to the art of physic powers. Corshama uses her mind to attack her opponents, allowing her to briefly control them. She can also attack with guitars, which probably costs a lot of money to replace...
Complete Classic as Hama.
The Goblin Magician uses a variety of magic to attack. Unlike the rest of the fighters, he can have different magic based moves to attack, some of them being a variation of another fighter's attacks (like one of Volt's lightning abilities.)
Create a Goblin Magician.
The Goblin Defender uses a variety of magic to attack. Unlike the rest of the fighters, he can have different shield based moves to attack, some of them being a variation of another fighter's attacks (like Rachel's shield defend move).
Create a Goblin Defender.
The Goblin Swordsman uses a variety of magic to attack. Unlike the rest of the fighters, he can have different sword based moves to attack, some of them being a variation of another fighter's attacks.
Create a Goblin Swordsman.
One of the three deaths, this one inhabiting the mortal plane. The End is capable of using telekinesis and telepathic abilities. Oddly though, touching him no longer kills you or even hurts you. That scythe also isn't all that powerful either, but it slowly gets stronger the more hits you give to opponents.
Get KO'd 50 times.
The Dark Climbers seem like they're evil people, but it turns out they were just being brainwashed by King Polar! Almost all of their attacks involve their dark magic or their hammers. The Dark Climbers are a very strategic character to use, since there are two of them.
Complete 70 matches.
The Apprentice is The Enemy's mostly-loyal assistant, apprentice and his only friend for the early years of the universe. Now 15, he still resides in the Darktendoverse but he no longer serves the Enemy as he did back then. He uses the Power Chaotic, taught to him by The Enemy, to generate platforms of which he can jump onto. His speed is great and anyone in his way will get hurt pretty hard. He can also summon spears from the Power Chaotic as well.
Complete 80 matches.
Oshtyo is the last of the Meer Hues. Although he once had a friend named Icklezine, he died during a battle. Oshtyo now wanders the Wasteland, with a mask that represents himself and his dead friend. He attacks with dark magic that creates giant spores that spread more through out the stage if not destroyed, and a telepathic pull.
Complete 90 matches.
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Thorn was found on Zeon during the events of Fantendo: Playing War. Although she and Unten fell in love and sacrificed themselves into a black hole, it was found out she was a siren and somewhat of a crazy one. She attacks with a dagger and her purse. She can also bring enemies close to her with her singing.
Complete 100 matches.
A saint in a devil's body thanks to some wacky death shenanigans. He has attempted to get a angel body for years now, but has never gotten one. Sinless attacks with flames as well as a combo of satanic red circles with crosses in them.
Complete Classic with Johnathon Hades.
Litle P is a 7-year old blue-tailed Pichu who woves to tawk wike this. He's somewhat of a joke character as he is very weak and not very powerful, but he's rather small and hard to hit.
Complete Classic with 8 characters.
A ninja and a survivor of the Ghoul Apocalypse. He is very mysterious. He welds a blue katana, and a shiny, clean steak knife for small stabbings.
Complete classic mode with Danjixrus.
He is a deity that is a conglomeration of Giraffey, Pi.EXE, and RedYoshi's DNA and was created by The Masters of Evil in an attempt to make the ultimate weapon during the events of Fantendo Civil World. After his defeat, his mind was placed in the stump of a tree, where his now childlike mind wanders around with endless power. He attacks with vines and nasty shadow plants.
Complete classic mode with 3.14 on Hard.
Johnathon Micheal Hades is a criminal mastermind and a descendant of Gagmier. Selfish and ruthless, he is prone to anger outbursts and has been known to kill his own men for simply delivering bad news. Though he wants great power, he also has a great desire to revive Gagmier, and is convinced that if he does, he will be rewarded with immense power. He is very intelligent and never gives up. He can fly, use demonic spells, and shoot with a rifle.
Complete classic mode on Hard with any character.
The former watcher of a elderitch being known as the Wall of Shame, forced to retire when he was overcome with shame. He summons stuff from Wall of Shame articles, such as Blue Soup, Steve Handjobs, and Wario on a Skateboard. He also tends to judge characters based off their "quality" as opposed to whether they are good or not, making him like Leah more than characters like Unten and others that are not quite up to snuff.
Get KO'd 100 times.
Jim of the Floating Isles
Jim is the main character of the game Jim of the Floating Isles, hence the title of the game. Jim is more athletic then most of his kind, being able to keep running on top of a rolling boulder, which he uses for one of his attacks. Most of his moves focus on his athleticism, with him being able to use legs to pull off parkour moves and kicking.
Complete 110 matches.
Jim, a deity from Lhy, was sent on a mission to eradicate a group of eldritches who were threatening the stability of all the universes. However during a mix up concerning a crime he didn't commit, he was eventually transferred into a weak robot body. He can electrify the ground him, use missiles, and use his blade like hands to attack.
Complete 110 matches.
A N.I.T Koopa who resides in Newcunner Kingdom. Not seen in years due to his ninja training, Purple is back in action. Using a blade and blue fire balls to attack, Purple is a fast character who can use stealth to his advantage.
Complete 120 matches.
A friend of Fandro's since childhood in a alternate timeline. Although a fast character, she isn't very strong and relies mostly on mana magic. She is also fairly floaty. However in capable hands, she becomes an atomic weapon.
Complete Classic as Fandro.
After her original body was destroyed, her AI was placed in a new body and rechristened into PAIN-T 2.0. Although she can still create paint puddles for her enemies to slip into, she attacks with flashy attacks that flow paint from her palms and is generally faster and more brutal.
Complete Classic as PAIN-T.
The other rival to Unten in Underground, and one that actually poses a threat to his respect. Better in a lot of respects to Unten, Unten still managed to prove that he was the one the prophecy was talking about. He left Zeon to find his own destiny, and he sacrificed himself to save a planet. Appearing as a ghost made from his own willpower, he attacks with his sharp claws and bite, as well as his over dramatic attacks that make use of his energy based powers.
Clear Classic with all Unten series characters.
Tilly is a fairy who is a nervous wreck. She can flutter and preform magical spells like freezing opponents and summoning a shield.
Clear Classic with Pesh.
Zoey Peppermint is the worst student at Anna's school and has been on the same grade for 3 years now. Now you might think she's dumb, but really it's because she has a family to take care of and no money. She's slightly slower than Anna and generally plays the same, although she has a unique move called Cherry Bomb.
Clear Classic with Anna Biscuit.
DragonMan is one of PalmMan's friends that was sent for a recall. He uses a blade and fire abilities to attack.
Clear Classic with PalmMan.
The current owner of the 4.5 mining corp company. He is both DragonMan and PalmMan's worst enemy. He can fold up into a spiked ball that can explode or use his long reach to grab and hit enemies from a distance.
Play 50 matches with either PalmMan or DragonMan.
The co-creator of the Fantendoverse. He represents Order as opposed to Chaos, which his brother uses. He's very quick and uses light and dark based attacks, as well as being able to craft all sorts of floating weapons.
Complete 50 tasks in Order of the Fan.
Co-creator of the Fantendoverse. He represents Chaos as opposed to Order, which his brother uses. He's somewhat slowler but attacks more chaotically and randomly, with none of his attacks having specific damage percentages.
Complete 50 tasks in Order of the Enemy.
She ascended with her brother Black God as a deity. Although it was thought that Black God led her down this path, it seems she had other motivations at play. She has shifted time around so much with a Catalyst by the name of Trip, using him to replace Palutena in the Pantheon. She is a clone of Palutena that uses more light attacks as well as constructing platforms instead of grind rails.
Complete 100 tasks in Order of the Fan (which would be renamed to Order of the White).
He ascended with his sister. Although initially excited about becoming a deity, it turns out he is nothing but a slave to his sister, unable to express much free will over his abilities or alliances thanks to the chains of light. He attacks more brutally and faster, with dark and poison based attacks.
Complete 100 tasks in Order of the Enemy (which would be renamed to Order of the Black).
Vokkskar is a anti-matter being that is celebrated as a religious figure. He is known as the Harbringer of comets, using comets to attack. These comets come in the form of projectiles that can only move in diagonal directions. He can also attack by opening anti-matter spaces that suck opponents towards him.
Complete 150 tasks in both Order of the Black and Order of the White.
Manifesting in the same experiment that 3.14 was created, he represents his intelligence. He attacks by calculating large numbers, dividing by zero, and using binary to transform himself into a sword.
Complete Classic as 3.14.
One of Ella's closest friends and the wife of Andy Pasta. Her power is to control the material Lexan, a common military material used for bullet proof applications such as Riot Shields. Using Lexan, she can craft shields and other bullet proof, bulky weapons.
Complete Classic as Ella.
PIKA is the name of the morphed Mario/Bowser/Pikachu seen in Nintendo Civil War. Since the real PIKA is "dead", a robot with a similar skillset and look has been created. Using the powers of Bowser, Mario, and Pikachu, PIKA is a quite deadly opponent.
Finish Classic as Unten, Doomulus Grime, and Litle P, all on Hard.
A catalyst who only uses her catalyst abilities to gather forces to fight the White Army. She carries around something called the "Grasshopper Blade" which can expand and allow her to hurdle over enemies and foes and land on them, as well as using color based magic. During her time as White Goddess' slave, she is overall weaker in attacks but stronger in endurance.
Play 5 rounds of Statrosball.
Eric Four is the son of Sixty Four. Surprisingly, there is not a Game Cube in the family. One of the more noticeable traits of Eric Four is his left arm, which is a strange bundle of black and purple. From this, he can cast void and dark magic.
Complete Classic as Sixty Four.
Ignotus was always a loyal friend to both Aktoz and Ektaz, often serving as the peacemaker between the two when they would argue. This eventually lead to them granting him great power, with which he would use to travel to the Void, where he discovered the wreckage of a ship, then using it, along with the image of himself, and the essence of time itself, to create the Oracle of Time Keepers. He uses an hourglass to attack, with it either spewing sand or spinning to create a fast projectile that hits multiple times. He can also summon Time Keeper slaves to attack for him.
Play 10 rounds of Statrosball.
Dare is a deity working for The Fan, performing tasks for The Fan that he would prefer to not interfere with himself. He lives in his own pocket universe, the Risk Sanctuary. He runs on an adrenaline meter that increases the more he attacks, allowing him to attack faster at the cost of defense. He can also use a motorcycle and a zipline to take out anyone that stands in his way.
Unlock the Order of the Orange, complete 15 Challenges in it.
A minor deity that first appeared in the tale forgotten to time: Fantendo Dare. His goal was to construct the World Bore, a gigantic machine capable of tearing a hole through the universe to allow him to commune with the Beast Between. Using two holo blades and the World Bore itself, he's a powerful character that is rather slow.
Unlock the Order of the Orange, complete 25 Challenges in it.
Sunnyscythe is a childish and psychotic Pichu who served as Litle P's arch-rival. He has a history of attempting to gain immense power; this is probably because he loathes his frail pichu body. Although he has died several times, his final time was to heal Litle P's mom's gunshot wounds. However, nothing holds Sunnyscythe back, not even Hell. He uses dark energy and turning himself into nothing but pure energy, able to use what remains of his computer chip to control characters.
Unlock the Order of the Orange, complete 50 Challenges in it.
One of Fantendo's formerly popular villains. He seems somewhat aware of this. He also was former pals with The End, but due to his lack of concern for Order, they broke up. He also is enemies with Abbadon. He is extremely swift and agile and attacks with what's in his hat, which could be anything from bombs to dice that change the attack depending on the numbers rolled.
Unlock the Order of the Orange, complete 100 Challenges in it.
|Britt is a character that first appeared in Fantendo: The Animated Series. While she was in a wheelchiar there, she appears in the main canon as someone who can use their legs rather well but she never had the life she had in FTAS. She uses fairly standard moves and kicks to attack, with being able to use a wheelchair as a blunt and heavy device of destruction. Swing it at various enemies and they'll be knocked over.
Complete Classic as Rachel.
|Johnny! Dog! Johnny Dog! Johnny Dog is a brave but greedy dog. Born and raised in Zigzag County, Johnny is a hunting dog with a rifle. The rifle can preform a variety of actions other than shooting, such as scaring a herd of flying geese out of the stage (an attack that goes upward) and shooting a barrel full of gun powder. He can also do up to two flips in mid-air.
Complete 10 Plunge Into The Past Challenges.
|A unknown as of now alien ally with Unten, who is wise beyond his years. He has a missile launcher which is a hard to aim but hard to hit weapon and he can use cards to shuffle his way back to a stage or upwards while harming anyone in his way.
Complete 20 Plunge Into The Past Challenges.
|Believed to be Unten's sworn enemy, it's revealed that he is no more than Unten's greatest friendliest rival. Misremembering aside, Netnu has various cyborg implants that allow him to use a flamingthrower at the palm of his hand, a attack that has a long range but a quick over-heat mechanic, meaning that it cannot be used longer than 8 seconds. He also has golden claws that really sting anyone who messes with him.
Complete 30 Plunge Into The Past Challenges.
|This Unten comes from the FTAS timeline, where he has lost his right hand to a tavern fire. He can't use lightning attacks anymore but he can make use of new robotic arm, which can be swapped out with various different versions such as a knife or grinder. A knife is good for close range while the grinder spews out liquid that goes everywhere, which is good for quick attacks that don't require that much spacing or thinking.
Complete 40 Plunge Into The Past Challenges.
Complete Days of Shattering once.
Complete Days of Shattering on Hard.
DLC characters will be announced after the roster is "complete". All the DLC characters will be free, although the majority of them will be joke characters.
Stages are not from Fantendo this time around, this time being locations from the real world (with the exception of Palutena's Temple and The Skerries). The stages are a lot more simpler this time, being mostly flat stages with no gimmicks. Most resources were allocated to characters and story mode.
An list of non-playable boss characters. Playable characters that appear as Boss Battles are not listed.
The soundtrack for Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered. Most of it is licensed music.
- Woodkid - Wasteland
- CHVRCHES - Strong Hand
- Woodkid - Conquest of Spaces
- Gorillaz - Doncamatic
- Woodkid - Iron (Mystery Jets remix)
- Yuna - Lullabies (Adventure Club remix)
- Vicetone feat. D. Brown - What I've Waited For
- Owl City - Fireflies
- Snow Patrol - Fallen Empires
All Amiibos with a blue base are Amiibo fighters, similar to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS or Super Smash Bros. Assemble. They can aid you in battle or you can train them to kick your butt.
Other supported Amiibo merely give you added bonuses. The amiibo's effects and bonuses only work for one player.
Chats are a gameplay quirk that can be done with a taunt with a certain character on a certain stage. Although a similar feature has shown up in previous Fantendo fighing games, they were never implemented on this scale, with multiple chats written by multiple writers.
When it is activated, a conversation is initiated about the opponent Palutena is facing, in the same fashion as Snake's Codec Conversations in Brawl. In these conversations, Pit and Palutena discuss one random fighter in the match.
When it is activated, a conversation is initiated about the opponent that the Dark Climbers are fighting, in the same fashion as Palutena's Guidance from Wii U. They will talk with The Ice Climbers, General Climber, and Condor about the fighter's moves. Every once in a while, other characters will make guest appearences like Topi, King Polar, and the other climbers.
These were written by Matt as opposed to Exotoro.
When it is activated, a conversation is initiated about the opponent that either Hama or Corshama is fighting, while also discussing about the fighter with the other Eternika cast members, being somewhat a mix of Snake's Codecs and Fox's Smash Taunt.
These were written by Locky as opposed to Exotoro.
Heroforce Talks (tentative title)
When it is activated, a conversation is initiated about the opponent that Plague Master is facing and works similar to the Palutena's Guidance in Sm4sh. Plague Master will discuss with Lamia and occasionally Pan about the skills of the opponent to let them join the Dark Wood Circus. Other Dark Wood characters may make cameos.
These were written by DarKingdomHearts as opposed to Exotoro.
Poll 1: Favorite art? (Only arts created for this game apply.)
Poll 2: Who needs new art the most?
Poll 3: More forgotten characters like Jim of the Floating Isles or more modern-day characters?
- More forgotten characters: 12
- Add more modern characters: 11
- The Goblin Swordsman was meant to be a female, but the designer was unable to not make it look overly silly or stupid.
- The Goblin Swordsman carries around a katana. Since Danjixrus lacks his, it's thought that the Goblin Swordsman stole his katana.
- The Fierce Tales series symbol incorporates both the F from the logo and the general shape of the Fantendo Smash Bros. series logo.
- Hama and Corshama lack their capes in their art, however in their alternate costumes they can get the capes back. It was a design choice not to include their capes.
- Initially chats were only meant to have Palutena and Dark Climbers do them, but other people wanted to do them as well so the number slowly grew up to five different chat systems (as of now!).
- This is the first time Thorn has had art of her.
- Likewise, this is the first time Jane has had art of her.
- Unten, Leah, Dream Boy, The End, Reese, White, and Gauptain are the only characters to have more than one art made for this game.
- Exotoro went to YoshiEgg to learn about his plans for the Fantendoverse after Playing War, with some of those ideas being incorporated into this very game.
- Exotoro has brought back four characters from deletion purgatory just for this game:
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