Ultimate Showdown
Ultimate Showdown Title 01
Default title screen panel for the game.
Developer(s) Lunatic Entertainment
Publisher(s) Lunatic Entertainment
Platform(s) PC, DS, 3DS, Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Vita
Genre(s) Action
Baby Waffle
Release Date(s) TBA
Mode(s) Single Player


Media Included Periodic character downloads

Ultimate Showdown is an action game in development, created by Somarinoa. It is intended as a multiplayer game, with a final goal of 16—32 players at a time per session. The game features over a thousand characters (current count: 1140), and the goal is to be in control of the last character still alive. Each character plays differently in one way or another, making the game very complex in overall design, no matter how simple the concept is.

Only one character in Ultimate Showdown can be considered property of Somarinoa — The Creator, who is himself. All other characters belong to their respectful copyright owners, and should not be seen as an attempt to claim any copyrights as his own.

The 3DS and Wii U versions of the game take advantage of Amiibo technology for supported characters.

Newest Sprite Additions

LATEST UPDATE: 01/10/2018
For past updates please refer to the Ultimate Showdown/Updates subpage.

A set of the most recent sprites added to the page, for ease of browsing and keeping tabs by those of you interested. This gallery was added as the characters added to the roster will get confusing over time, if it isn't already confusing.

Fan Additions

This gallery instead will showcase all of the fan submissions added, so that they are not forgotten among the numerous others showcased here.


As of September 13th, 2012 anno domini, there is currently 1140 characters set to appear in Ultimate Showdown—all of which have sprites created for them. You can expect this list to grow and evolve over time (as converting the sprites to single sprite images with transparent format will take time). The characters will be added in in by sheet number. Since there are 30 characters per sheet, this means there are 37 more character updates to go until all caught up, if no new characters are officially added by that time.


Ultimate Showdown Title 02

2nd title card.

While characters play as one would expect them to (Batman throws batarangs and the like, FPS characters use multiple guns, Mario characters use power ups they can find, Zombie characters convert other characters into an AI zombie horde, et cetera), and therefore characters are all unique in one way or another, they are still classified by loose-fitting "Classes" that help a player locate the specific character they desire or characters who play in a similar manner with ease. Certain characters fill multiple classes, and several classes require more kill points to be able to purchase and play. However, as the number of characters still alive begin to dwindle, characters get cheaper a few times before becoming completely free for in-game purchase. Below are some short descriptions of various classes known to exist in-game.

  • Animal: Self-explanatory, the Animal class holds all animals that can be played in game. Examples of Animals are Dilophosaurus wetherilli, Dimetrodon or Mr. Ed.
Ultimate Showdown Title 03

3rd title card.

  • Brute: Brutes are a combination of Scrapper and Tank classes, being able to deal out as much damage as they can take. Because of their strength, they are generally mid-game fielded characters.
  • Civilian: Civilians are the lowest-tier character class in the game. They are also the most numerous. Civilians are typically quite weak, and can be severely crippled by a single gunshot, unlike many later classes. Examples of Civilians are background or bit characters or any character from a show that takes place in a relatively realistic reality (such as the Sex & The City girls or the Friends cast). Real life people are generally considered Civilians as well.
Ultimate Showdown Title 04

4th title card.

  • Daikaiju: Massive monsters of absolute destruction. When someone fields a Daikaiju character, all other characters are alerted to the threat and a blip is set on their map. Smart players will end their petty grudges to try and take care of the Daikaiju, due to their generally exponential hit points. Examples of Daikaiju would be Godzilla or any enlarged Power Ranger/similar Sentai show character.
  • Destroyer: Destroyers deliver huge amounts of destruction, and are easily capable of destroying buildings. They are generally late-game fielded characters. Examples of Destroyers would be Spawn (also a Diehard), the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, many member of the Dragon Ball cast, or Chuck Norris.
  • Diehard: Diehards are a crafty bunch who, as their names suggest, are difficult to kill due to various conditions that are often unique to the character. Examples of Diehards are Vampire or Werewolf characters, Spawn, or a number of Slashers (such as Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger).
  • Gunner: Gunners wield firearms or similar weaponry, yet not nearly in as great of numbers as a Weapons Expert. They are generally easy to play and manage, and as such are typically early-game fielded characters. Examples of Gunners would be Elmer Fudd, RoboCop or Metal Slug Martian.
  • Infiltrator: Infiltrators are built for sneaking into and out of areas undetected, rogue-style. In fact, thieves would generally be of the infiltrator class. Examples of Infiltrators are Solid Snake and The Hamburglar.
  • Jedi: Jedi are the opposite of the Sith class, and use generally light-side Force powers, though depending on the character, some use dark-side Force powers as well. Any and all characters from Star Wars shown to be Jedi are of this class; those who spend a portion of their lives as Dark Lords of the Sith still have their Jedi counterparts (in other words, both Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader are separate playable characters).
  • Lycanthrope: Lycanthropes are masters — or more correctly, victims — of transformation. Most of these characters gain superhuman feats in their transformed state, whether or not they retain similar abilities in their "normal" state. The most common type of lycanthrope would be a werewolf, although others such as werebears, weretigers, et cetera also exist. Many lycanthropes can only transform at night, and therefore will be forced to revert to a weaker human state during daylight hours, causing the class to often require a little bit of strategy during play. Examples of Lycanthropes are Scott Howard (main character from Teen Wolf), Jacob Black (Twilight), Paul Carlson (Track of the Moon Beast) and Rei (from Breath of Fire III).
  • Magician: Magicians are a class of wizards, sorcerers, mages, druids, and even illusionists. Their powers are greatly varied by individual, and thus there can be both low-tier and high-tier Magician characters. Examples of Magicians are Criss Angel as a civilian-level magician, Vivi (Final Fantasy IX) and Gandalf (Lord of the Rings).
  • Martial Artist: Martial Artists are masters of martial arts who are neither Samurai nor Ninja, which are considered their own separate classes. Examples of Martial Artists are Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris and pretty much all fighting game characters.
  • Mastermind: Masterminds command forces, usually which do much of their fighting for them, although a number of Masterminds are capable of holding their own should their forces be defeated. How these forces fight depends on what type of force it is, though it is many times soldiers, zombies or vampires. A mastermind can usually replenish their forces, either by having a cooldown for reinforcements or by killing opponents and converting the character into an AI ally of theirs (the character playing that character loses control as it is counted as a death and they return to the Character Select screen as normal). Examples of Masterminds are Hitler (using Nazi soldiers), Stubbs the Zombie (using converted zombie hordes) and Turel (using his Turelim vampires).
  • Ninja: Ninjas are adept at the stealthy arts, oftentimes on levels greater than a mere Infiltrator can accomplish. They are often capable of parkour, allowing them to leap to the tops of buildings without needing to move up the stairs like most other human-height classes would have to do. They also suffer from far less fall damage. They often cannot take much damage and therefore are mainly intended to stick to the shadows. Female Ninja, also known as Kunoichi, are also considered members of the Ninja class for simplicity's sake. Examples of Ninja are Ryu Hayabusa, Joe Musashi and the Ninja Turtles.
  • Ranger: Rangers are similar to Gunners yet have more primitive weaponry, such as bow and arrows or crossbows. Examples of Rangers would be Legolas, Hawkeye or Green Arrow.
  • Saboteur: Saboteurs are explosives experts who specialize in setting off dangerous detonations. Examples of Saboteurs are Tanya Adams (of Command & Conquer: Red Alert), Bomb Man, and the Bombermen.
  • Samurai: Samurai are a class of warriors who are a step above Martial Artists. They may wear armor to protect them, and are often significantly slower than a normal Martial Artist or a Ninja, yet do more damage with their sword techniques.
  • Scrapper: Scrappers are the polar opposites of Tanks—they can dish out damage relatively quickly yet cannot take as much damage as they can put out. Examples of Scrappers would be Rocky Balboa, Knuckles the Echidna or a knight character.
  • Sith: Sith are the opposite of the Jedi class, and use generally dark-side Force powers. Any and all characters from Star Wars shown to be Sith are of this class; those who spend a portion of their lives as Jedi still have their Sith counterparts (in other words, both Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader are separate playable characters).
  • Specialist: Specialists are so uniquely developed that they do not fit into any of the other determined classes. As such, the Specialist class can be considered a "wastebasket class". The characters are not junk necessarily, but they are like a veritable grab bag of skills and abilities. Examples of Specialists are Saul Malone, Scrubbing Bubble and Taizo Hori.
  • Speedster: Speedsters are super-fast characters who are hard to hit on sheer speed alone. This is not a necessarily indication as to their endurance, however. Examples of Speedsters are Sonic the Hedgehog, The Flash, or Compsognathus.
  • Tank: Tanks are a class found in numerous games, which are capable of surviving a ridiculous amount of physical punishment yet don't do all that much damage on their own.
  • Timespanner: Timespanners are time travelers who have a varied style of fighting, though many possess abilities to slow down players and AI enemies (when toggled on) within a certain radius of the user. Examples of Timespanners are Moebius the Streamer, Blinx the Time Sweeper and Dr. Sam Beckett.
  • Weapons Expert: Weapons Experts are characters who utilize a large number of weapons or items to their advantage in battle. Most FPS and Point-and-Click Adventure main characters are Weapons Experts. Examples of Weapon Experts are Manny Calavera (Grim Fandango), Marcus Fenix (Gears of War), or any of the Mega Man or Resident Evil main characters.
  • Vampire: Vampires are a class of undead which have the ability to convert opponents and AI enemies (when toggled on) into vampire whelps, often by draining most of the blood from a victim and letting them die. Draining blood only works on blood-filled and non-undead opponents. It restores health for vampire characters and a non-undead blood-filled character who is bitten obtains a status effect similar to poison; should the Vampire stop draining their blood before they run out (and die), they will continue to lose health unless certain styles of stopping this occurs — should they lose all of their health they will die but return as an AI vampire whelp to serve the Vampire. Many Vampires are also of the Diehard and Mastermind class.
  • Zombie: Zombies are a class of undead which, upon killing a victim, that character will resurrect a short time later as an AI-controlled monster that will attack most other characters on site, though zombies themselves are immune to this behavior. Some zombies, such as Stubbs the Zombie or Michael Jackson, have the ability to have zombies within a certain radius follow them and attack whomever they attack. Most zombies are weak to headshots, though not all are (Tar Man is an example of one who is immune to this sort of attack). Certain zombies will also take damage from healing abilities targeting them.

Character Roster


Sprite Name Origin Class
US GTA 8-Ball 8-Ball Grand Theft Auto Saboteur


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Aaron Seltzer Aaron Seltzer Real Life Civilian
US Abraham Lincoln Alpha Abraham Lincoln Real Life Mastermind
US Hitler Alpha Adolf Hitler Real Life Mastermind
US Agent Smith Agent Smith The Matrix Martial Artist
US Alice Cullen Alice Cullen
(Mary Alice Brandon)
Twilight Vampire
US Angel (Angel) Angel
Buffy: The Vampire Slayer Vampire
US Asbestos Man Asbestos Man
(Dr. Orson Karloff)
Marvel Comics Weapons Expert


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Bane Bane
(____ Dorrace)
DC Comics Brute
US Baraka Baraka Mortal Kombat Scrapper
US Barret Wallace Barret Wallace Final Fantasy VII Gunner
US Bart Simpson Alpha Bart Simpson The Simpsons Weapons Expert
US Batman Alpha Batman
(Bruce Wayne)
DC Comics Weapons Expert
US BB-8 BB-8 Star Wars
US Beast (Monster) Beast Beast Brute
US Bella Swan Bella Swan-Cullen
(Isabella Marie Swan-Cullen)
Twilight Vampire
US Bigby Wolf Human Bigby "Big Bad" Wolf The Wolf Among Us Gunner, Werewolf
US Black Belt Alpha Black Belt Final Fantasy I Martial Arts
US Blue Beetle II Blue Beetle II
(Ted Kord)
DC Comics
US Boba Fett Boba Fett Star Wars Weapons Expert
US Bomb Man Alpha Bomb Man Mega Man (Classic) Saboteur
US Booster Gold Booster Gold
(Michael Jon Carter)
DC Comics
US Bow She-Ra Bow Masters of the Universe Ranger
US Chickenheart Brad "Chickenheart" Vickers Resident Evil Gunner
US Bryce Boltzmann Bryce Boltzmann NeverDead Gunner, Diehard
US Bub the Zombie Bub Dawn of the Dead / The Walking Dead Zombie
US Buzz-Off Alpha Buzz-Off
(Tzzzzt zzz zzTTTzz)
Masters of the Universe Scrapper


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Captain Blasto Captain Blasto Blasto Gunner
US CJ Johnson Carl "CJ" Johnson Grand Theft Auto Weapons Expert
US Carlisle Cullen Carlisle Cullen
(Stregone Benefico)
Twilight Vampire
US Carly Shay 80s Carly Shay
(Carlotta Shay)
iCarly Civilian
US Castaspella Castaspella Masters of the Universe Magician
US Chad Danworth Chad Danforth High School Musical Civilian
US MK Chameleon Chameleon Mortal Kombat Ninja
US Charles Gunn Charles Gunn Buffy: The Vampire Slayer
US Cho'gall W2 Cho'gall Warcraft Brute
US Cid FF7 Cid Highwind Final Fantasy VII
US Claire Dearing Claire Dearing Jurassic Park Civilian
US Claude Speed Claude Speed Grand Theft Auto Weapons Expert
US Clawful Clawful Masters of the Universe Brute
US Cobra Commander Cobra Commander
(Rex Lewis)
G.I. Joe Mastermind
US Commander Keen Commander Keen
(William "Billy" Blaze)
Commander Keen Gunner
US Conan Conan of Cimmeria Conan the Barbarian
US Crag Hack Enroth Crag Hack of Enroth Might and Magic
US Cut Man Alpha Cut Man Mega Man (Classic) Scrapper
US Cyrax Cyrax Mortal Kombat Ninja


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Dark Link Dark Link The Legend of Zelda Scrapper
US Dark Samus Dark Samus Metroid Weapons Expert
US Darth Vader Darth Vader
(Anakin Skywalker)
Star Wars Sith
US David Lo Pan David Lo-Pan Big Trouble in Little China Magician
US Demi Lovato Demi Lovato
(Demetria Devonne Lovato)
Real Life Civilian
US Dentarg Dentarg Warcraft Brute
US Dirge Dirge Xombie Diehard
US Colette Green Doctor Colette Green Half-Life Weapons Expert
US Dr. Eggman Alpha Doctor Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik
(Dr. Ovi Kintobor)
Sonic the Hedgehog Mastermind
Weapons Expert
US Doi Doi "Shrignold" Gribbleston Don't Hug Me I'm Scared Diehard
US Donatello Alpha Donatello Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ninja
US Duck Guy Duck Guy Don't Hug Me I'm Scared Diehard


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Earthworm Jim Alpha Earthworm Jim Earthworm Jim Weapon Expert
US Edward Cullen Edward Cullen
(Edward Anthony Masen)
Twilight Vampire
US Eike Kusch Alpha Eike Kusch Shadow of Destiny Timespanner
US Elec Man Alpha Elec(tricity) Man Mega Man (Classic) Elementalist
US LoU Ellie Ellie Williams The Last of Us Infiltrator, Weapons Expert
US Emmett Cullen Emmett Cullen
(Emmett Dale McCarty)
Twilight Vampire
US Ermac Ermac Mortal Kombat Ninja
US Esme Cullen Esme Platt-Evenson-Cullen Twilight


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Finn Finn
Star Wars Scrapper, Weapons Expert
US Fire Man Fire Man Mega Man (Classic) Elementalist
US Freddy Benson 80s Freddy Benson
(Fredward Benson)
iCarly Civilian
US Freddy Krueger Alpha Frederick Charles Krueger A Nightmare on Elm St. Diehard


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Gabriella Montez Gabriella Montez High School Musical Civilian
US Ganondorf Dragmire Ganondorf Dragmire The Legend of Zelda Brute
Die Hard
US Garlic Jr Garlic, Junior Dragon Ball Diehard, Magician, Mastermind
US Garth Algar Garth Algar Saturday Night Live (Wayne's World) Civilian
US Ghostface Ghostface I
(William "Billy" Loomis)
Scream Diehard
US Gibby Gibson 80s Gibby Gibson iCarly Civilian
US Glimmer Glimmer, Princess of Bright Moon Masters of the Universe Ranger
US Greedo Greedo the Younger Star Wars Gunner
US Green Goblin Green Goblin I
(Norman Osborn)
Marvel Comics Weapons Expert
US Grimace Grimace McDonald's Brute
US Grizzlor Grizzlor Masters of the Universe Brute
US Grounder US Grounder Alternate Grounder Sonic the Hedgehog Specialist + Saboteur/Die Hard
US Guile Guile
(William F. Guile)
Street Fighter Martial Artist
US Guts Man Guts Man Mega Man (Classic) Brute


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Han Solo Han Solo Star Wars Gunner
US Hannah Montana 80s Hannah Montana
(Destiny Hope Cyrus)
Hannah Montana
US Homer Simpson Homer Jay Simpson The Simpsons Tank
US Hordak Hordak
(Emperor Hordak)
Masters of the Universe Weapons Expert
US He-Man He-Man
(Prince Adam)
Masters of the Universe Brute


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Ice Man Alpha Ice Man Mega Man (Classic) Elementalist
US Indiana Jones "Indiana" Jones
(Dr. Henry Walton Jones)
Indiana Jones Scrapper
US Iron Man Iron Man
(Tony Stark)
Marvel Comics Weapons Expert


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Jacob Black Jacob "Jake" Black Twilight Lycanthrope
US James Sunderland James Sunderland Silent Hill Weapon Expert
US Jason Friedberg Jason Friedberg Real Life Civilian
US Jason Frudnick Jason Frudnick Blaster Master Gunner
US Jason Voorhees Alpha Jason Voorhees Friday the 13th Diehard
US Jasper Hale Jasper Hale
(Jasper Whitlock)
US Jaxx Major Jackson "Jaxx" Briggs Mortal Kombat Martial Artist
US Jehova Jehova Modern Mythology Diehard, Destroyer, Daikaiju
US Joe Jonas Joe Jonas
(Joseph Adam Jonas)
Real Life Civilian
US LoU Joel Joel Miller The Last of Us Infiltrator, Weapons Expert
US Joe Musashi Alpha Joseph "Joe" Musashi Shinobi Ninja
US Rambo John Rambo Rambo Weapon Expert
US Johnny Cage Johnny Cage Mortal Kombat Martial Artist
US Julius Caesar Julius Caesar
(Gaius Julius Caesar)
Real Life Mastermind
US Justin Beiber Justin Drew Beiber Real Life Civilian


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Kabal Kabal Mortal Kombat Martial Artist
US Kano Kano Mortal Kombat Martial Artist
US Kevin Jonas Kevin Jonas
(Paul Kevin Jonas II)
Real Life Civilian
US Knuckles Alpha Knuckles the Echidna Sonic the Hedgehog Scrapper
US Kung Lao Kung Lao Mortal Kombat Martial Artist
US Kurobon Kurobon Bomberman Bomberman Saboteur
US Kylo Ren Kylo Ren
(Ben Solo)
Star Wars Sith


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Leatherface Leatherface
("Bubba" Sawyer)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Diehard
US Leech She-Ra Leech Masters of the Universe Vampire
US Leonardo Alpha Leonardo Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ninja
US Lex Luthor Armor Lex Luthor
(Alexander Joseph Luthor)
DC Comics
US Lt. Rootrick Alpha Lieutenant Rootrick Brave Fencer Musashi Gunner
US Lt Turel Lieutenant Turel Legacy of Kain Vampire
US BTiLC Lightning Lightning Big Trouble in Little China Elementalist
US Ocarina Adult Link Alpha Link IV (Adult)
Hero of Time
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Weapon Expert
US Lion-O Lion-O ThunderCats Scrapper
US Lisa PT Lisa P.T. / Silent Hill Diehard
US Liu Kang Liu Kang Mortal Kombat Martial Artist
US Zarok Lord Zarok Medievil Mastermind, Lycanthrope
US Lorne Lorne
Buffy: The Vampire Slayer
US Lou Garou Werewolf Lou Garou Wolf Cop Gunner, Werewolf
US Luke Skywalker Luke Skywalker Star Wars Jedi


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Man-E-Faces Alpha Man-E-Faces Masters of the Universe Specialist
US Mantenna Mantenna Masters of the Universe Gunner
US Manny Calavera Manuel "Manny" Calavera Grim Fandango Weapons Expert
US Marty McFly Marty McFly
(Martin Seamus McFly)
Back to the Future Timespanner
US John-117 Master Chief Petty Officer SPARTAN John-117 Halo Weapons Expert
US Megaman Classic Alpha Mega Man (Rock) Mega Man Classic Weapons Expert
MegaManEXEUS MegaMan.EXE Mega Man Battle Network Weapons Expert
US Mekaneck Alpha Mekaneck Masters of the Universe Infiltrator
US Mer-Man Alpha Mer-Man Masters of the Universe Mastermind
US Michael Myers Michael Myers Halloween Diehard
US Michaelangelo Alpha Michaelangelo Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ninja
US Muckman Muckman
(Garson Grunge)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
US Mutt Williams Mutt Williams
(Henry Walton Jones III)
Indiana Jones
US Mysterio I Mysterio I/IV
(Quentin Beck)
Marvel Comics Magician


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Nack Alpha Nack the Weasel Sonic the Hedgehog Gunner
US Neo Neo
(Thomas A. "Tom" Anderson)
The Matrix Martial Artist
US Ner'zhul Alpha Ner'zhul Warcraft Magician
US Nick Jonas Nick Jonas
(Nicholas Jerry Jonas)
Real Life Civilian
US Niko Bellic Niko Bellić Grand Theft Auto Weapons Expert
US Noob Saibot Noob Saibot
(Bi-Han / 璧漢)
Mortal Kombat Ninja


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Odlaw Odlaw Where's Waldo Infiltrator
US Owen Grady Owen Grady Jurassic Park Mastermind


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Paige Halliwell Paige Halliwell (Charmed) Magician
US PHOBOS "PHOBOS" DooM / Quake Weapons Expert
US Phoebe Halliwell Phoebe Halliwell (Charmed) Magician
US Hellraiser Pinhead Pinhead
(Captain Elliot Spencer)
Hellraiser Diehard
US Piper Halliwell Piper Halliwell (Charmed) Magician
US Karnov Alpha Prince Jinborov Karnovski Karnov Weapons Expert
US Prue Halliwell Prudence "Prue" Halliwell (Charmed) Magician


Sprite Name Origin Class


Sprite Name Origin Class
US BTiLC Rain Rain Big Trouble in Little China Elementalist
US MK Rain Rain Mortal Kombat Ninja
US Ranma Saotome Ranma Saotome Ranma ½ Martial Artist
US Raphael Alpha Raphael Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ninja
US Rayden Rayden Mortal Kombat Martial Artist
US Raziel Alpha Raziel the Soul Reaver Legacy of Kain Diehard
US Red Guy Red Guy Don't Hug Me I'm Scared Diehard
US Red Ranger I Red Ranger I
(Jason Lee Scott)
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers Martial Artist
US Renesmee Cullen Renesmee "Nessie" Carlie Cullen Twilight
US MK Reptile Reptile Mortal Kombat Ninja
US Rexxar Alpha Rexxar Warcraft Brute
US Rey Rey Star Wars Jedi
US RoboCop RoboCop
(Officer Alex J. Murphy)
RoboCop Gunner
US Rocky Balboa Rocky Balboa
(Robert Balboa, Sr.)
Rocky Scrapper
US Rosalie Haze Rosalie Haze Twilight Vampire
US Roy Gribbleston Roy Gribbleston Don't Hug Me I'm Scared Civilian
US Ryan Evans Ryan Evans High School Musical Civilian
US Ryoga Hibiki Ryoga Hibiki Ranma ½ Martial Artist


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Sam Puckett 80s Sam Puckett
(Samantha Puckett)
iCarly Civilian
US Samara Samara Morgan The Ring Diehard
US Samus Aran Alpha Samus Aran Metroid Weapons Expert
US Saul Malone Saul Malone Saul of the Mole Men Specialist
US SA-X SA-X Metroid Weapons Expert
US MK Scorpion Scorpion
(Hanzo Hasashi / 藏半藏)
Mortal Kombat Ninja
US Teen Wolf Alpha Scott Howard Teen Wolf Lycanthrope
US Sea Hawk She-Ra Sea Hawk Masters of the Universe Scrapper
US Sektor Sektor Mortal Kombat Ninja
US Selena Gomez Selena Marie Gomez Real Life Civilian
US Flynn Taggart Sergeant Flynn "Fly" Taggart
Serial #888-23-9912
DooM / Quake Weapons Expert
US Shadow Weaver She-Ra Shadow Weaver Masters of the Universe Magician
US Shang Tsung Shang Tsung Mortal Kombat Martial Artist
US Shao Khan Shao Khan Mortal Kombat Martial Artist
US Sharpay Evans Sharpay Evans High School Musical Civilian
US She-Ra She-Ra
(Princess Adora)
Masters of the Universe Brute
US Shirobon Shirobon Bomberman Bomberman Saboteur
US Shrek Alpha Shrek Shrek Tank
US Sir Dan Sir Daniel Fortesque Medievil Weapons Expert
US Sir Galahad Sir Galahad
The Order: 1886 Gunner, Diehard
US Skeletor Alpha Skeletor
(Keldor of the House of Miro)
Masters of the Universe Magician
US Snout Sprout Alpha Snout Spout Masters of the Universe Scrapper
US Solid Snake Alpha Solid Snake
Metal Gear Infiltrator
US Sonic Alpha Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic the Hedgehog Speedster
US Spawn Spawn
(Albert Francis "Al" Simmons)
Image Comics Destroyer
US Dana Scully Special Agent Dana Katherine Scully The X-Files Gunner
US Fox Mulder Special Agent Fox William "Spooky" Mulder The X-Files Gunner
US Speed Racer Speed Racer / Gō Mifune Speed Racer Civilian
US Spencer Shay 80s Spencer Shay iCarly Civilian
US Stephenie Meyer Stephenie Morgan-Meyer Real Life Civilian
US Steve Burnside Steve Burnside Resident Evil Gunner
US Storm 1 Alpha Storm 1 Earth Defense Force Weapons Expert
US MK Sub-Zero II Sub-Zero II
(Kuai Liang / 奎良)
Mortal Kombat Ninja
US Superman Alpha Superman
(Kal-El AKA Clark Kent)
DC Comics Destroyer


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Dig Dug Taizo Hori Dig Dug Specialist
US Terry Bogard Terry Bogard Fatal Fury Martial Artist
US Composite Superman I Alpha The Composite Superman I
(Joseph Meach)
DC Comics Destroyer
US Death Dealer The Death Dealer
(Gath of Baal)
The Death Dealer Brute
US Dovahkiin The Dovahkiin The Elder Scrolls Brute, Weapons Expert, Infiltrator, Lycanthrope, Magician, Ranger, Vampire
US Hamburglar Alpha The Hamburglar McDonald's Infiltrator
US Invisible Destroyer The Invisible Destroyer
(Dr. Martin Phillips)
DC Comics
US Joker Nicholson The Joker DC Comics Weapons Expert
US LoD The Lord of Darkness Legend
US Riddler The Riddler
(Edward Nigma)
DC Comics
US Scarecrow The Scarecrow
(Dr. Jonathan Crane)
DC Comics Specialist
US Shocker The Shocker
(Herman Schultz)
Marvel Comics Specialist
US Shredder The Shredder
(Oroko Saki)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mastermind
US Thrall Warchief Alpha Thrall, Son of Durotan Warcraft Brute
US BTiLC Thunder Thunder Big Trouble in Little China Elementalist
US Tommy Vercetti Tommy Vercetti Grand Theft Auto Weapons Expert
US Trapjaw Alpha Trapjaw Masters of the Universe Weapons Expert
US Tri-Klops Alpha Tri-Klops Masters of the Universe Specialist
US Troy Bolton Troy Bolton High School Musical Civilian
US Two-Face Two-Face
(Harvey Dent)
DC Comics Weapons Expert
US Tyrone Biggums Tyrone Biggums Chappelle's Show Civilian


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Ultraman Hayata Ultraman Hayata
(Shin Hayata)
Ultraman Martial Artist
US Ultron Ultron Marvel Comics
US Uncle O'Grimacey Uncle O'Grimacey McDonald's Scrapper
US Ushtug Ushtug the Temporary Warcraft Scrapper


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Venom Venom I
(Eddie Brock)
Marvel Comics Brute


Sprite Name Origin Class
US Wayne Campbell Wayne Campbell Saturday Night Live (Wayne's World) Civilian
US Waldo Waldo Where's Waldo? Infiltrator
US Wart Wart Super Mario Bros. Scrapper
US Wesley Wyndam-Pryce Wesley Wyndam-Pryce Buffy: The Vampire Slayer
US Wheatley Wheatley Portal Specialist


Sprite Name Origin Class


Sprite Name Origin Class


Sprite Name Origin Class
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