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Fantendo - Mansion is an upcoming exclusive title releasing on June 10, 2016, as a non-canonical New Fantendoverse hack-and-slash/platforming title. The game takes place between Beorn Hallow and Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory, inwhich Dare invites Unten, Rachel, Leah, Strafe, Sakeena, and a few dozen other heroes to take part in a challenger taking place at a sacred 100-floor mansion known as Manoir de la Nuit, where the people there must team up to complete all 100 floors. On each floor features either hoards of enemies, complex step-by-step puzzles, a deadly projection of a boss, or even a combination of all three.

The game is somewhat of a "celebration" of the New Fantendoverse's 1 year anniversary, and as such features many different concepts, ideas, and characters from any and all content released chronologically between Fantendo - Genesis and Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory.

Game Modes

Mode Description
Story Unten, Leah, Strafe, and dozens of other heroes are trapped in a mansion in the Risk Sanctuary by none other then Dare, who challenges them to complete the 100 floors that the mansion has to hold in order to prove themselves as true heroes.
Co-Op Story Play with three other local players with other controllers and team up to complete the story with friends!
Trial Team up with one other local player to complete any previously completed floor to try and get the fastest time.
Online Trial Split into two teams of two and fight the other team to complete a floor faster! Winner is the shortest team.
Arena Face off against three other players either locally or wirelessly to face off against as many enemies without dying and with limited health items. Last man standing wins!
King of the Hill Try and stay on the "hill" for the longest time in 10 minutes as you knock around with three other local or online players to compete for the largest score.
Rush Play by yourself or with one other teammate online or locally and fight through all of the bosses in the game. Only playable after finishing the Story Mode.

Gameplay

The primary game mode is a four-player frantic hack-and-slash 3D playstyle, where the player chooses a character, and teams up with three other characters—these characters can be controlled by local players, CPUs, or by players across the world in the Online mode. In the main game, the characters spawn in the Chapter's rest areas: each rest area has a different shop and areas to explore, as well as the chapter's floors.

In-game, characters can use attack combos with the set button to attack swarms of enemies (or the boss in an alternate situation), which can deal damage everywhere if the requirements are met. Each character also has three Special attacks: these can be activated with another button, and players can switch between special attacks with another. Characters can also guard, aim special attacks, and jump to navigate platforms. Some characters can use specials for puzzles, too; puzzles are littered across floors, and can be used to unlock various goodies found in the game.

There are two "bars" that regulate statuses of characters in-battle: Health and Special. The Health bar is self-explanatory; it measures how much in-game health is left. Running out ends the game in regular play, and turns you into a spectator in Online and Co-Op modes (if all players die in Online, the game ends). The Health bar can be replenished by absorbing food items on the map, or by stepping onto a White Pedestal. The Special Bar regulates your usage of Specials: if it runs out, then you'll be temporarily stunned, for only a few seconds. The bar replenishes itself slowly overtime, but can replenished more quickly using a specific potion item or by stepping onto a Black Pedestal.

Story

The story, largely told in the perspectives of Unten and Leah, follows Unten, Rachel, Strafe, Leah, and dozens of other heroes as they are trapped in a large mansion in the Risk Sanctuary by none other than Dare, who challenges them to complete all 100 floors in order to prove themselves worthy to face "the ultimate challenge".

The story can be found Fantendo - Mansion/Story Mode.

Characters

The amount of characters that are in the game is undecided, however it is known that every character in-game is major in some way to any story or game released between Fantendo - Genesis and Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory.


FM UntenFM RachelFM StrafeFM PalmManFM SakeenaFM LeahFM X-RayFM ReeseFM AuroraFM QuartzFM IronMaskFM ScarletFM VoltFM ThornFM SmileFM CarterFM SkettFM DataFM SyiFM BowieFM AranFM MelissaFM FeraFM HeinFM CuraFM 3.14FM PeshFM ScratchFM LuckyFM AmaiaFM BeckFM Goblin

FM DaraDragonMan FMFM LubLubFM CrowXerox FMAmy FMTayshaun FMKrystal FMFM BlankFM FenneFM LitwickFM ZonasFM ValerieFM Elvis&PecanFM KingAshZellen FMCiriesta FM


Character Playstyle
Playable by Default
UntenMysteryProject
Unten

Hero of the Fantendoverse


Unten, hero of Zeon, blue Beorn, and member of the Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder-Aliens (NOTE: not an actual club)?? Well, the game has the word "Fantendo" in it, so of course he's in it—not that he has a choice. Poor guy never gets a well-deserved break from all of this mayhem. Unten is a very balanced fighter: his physical strength is alright, speed and jump power is well-rounded, stamina is a bit lower then usual but otherwise normal, et cetera. His specials mostly focus around two things: his electrokinesis and his giant sword, Imperium.


Specials TBA

RachelVictory
Rachel Harel

The Normal One


Rachel, at first glance, seems like a pretty normal gal. And she was, for most of her life. But a strange morning where she woke up with tattoos, as well as a faithful encounter with several aliens, led to her getting in the middle of all of this weird Fantendoverse shenanigans. Whoops! Rachel, unlike basically all of her friends, has no supernatural powers or special weapons, really: granted, she still has some shield gauntlets, as well as a motorcycle if she's in a pickle.


Specials TBA

StrafeSports
Strafe

Reformed Thief and Demigod


This sexy beast known as Strafe hasn't exactly had the most ordinary life; birth mom killed by father, finding out he's a demigod, living as a thief, being mistaken for a ruthless dictator, and that's just outside of what he does with the other Fantendoverse people. Strafe specializes in faraway combat; mostly involving guns. Yeah, there's a lot of guns with this guy. His specials are a bit more varied, thankfully, as he has access to various bombs and grenades. He can even heal himself over time...though it doesn't heal a lot.


Specials TBA

PalmManVictory
PalmMan

Napalm Robot


OMG IT'S MEGA MAN!!!....well, no, that's wrong. This guy is PalmMan, that cool gay robo dude who worked in a mine, rebelled, and ran away with his (boy)friend DragonMan. PalmMan worries about DragonMan a lot nowadays, doesn't he? Anyways, PalmMan has napalm, a sticky explosive substance that can cause a whole lotta pain, in his arsenal, allowing him to shoot it long-range. He can also damage lard crowds—and himself—with his Explosive Fingers. That must not feel good at all.


Specials TBA

SakeenaKamel
Sakeena Kamel

Die-Hard Fangirl


Sakeena is a more recent addition to the major Fantendoverse heroes, a die-hard fanfic-writing fangirl who just so happened to meet and begin fighting alongside the same people she idolized and wrote romantic fics about. Don't worry, she has powers, though! Her major feature is the fact that she can bend the crap out of really any kind of metal, allowing her to play around with puzzles involving metal. The metal can also be used as some kind of projectile, to temporarily encase opponents and render them immobile.


Specials TBA

LeahSportsAlt9
Leah Needlenam

The Multiverse's Biggest Traitor (?)


Formerly Sarah Auvic, Leah is an incredibly...interesting figure. She's a doctor, girlfriend/future wife, non-addictive alcoholic and smoker, addictive X-Rayaholic and raging lesbian, and she may or may not have godlike powers. Oh, and she's a complete psycho. Fun! Leah's needle finger can cause a whole lot of pain for anyone standing in her way, what with stuff like precision cuts and sharp stabs to a lot of points where it can hurt the most. An apple a day can keep the doctor away, but not this fucko.


Specials TBA

X-RaySportsResortAlt2
X-Ray

Quiet Object-Of-Affection


X-Ray is the type of person who's much more content to play a Game Boy in the corner over fighting in a war or battle, but who doesn't want to do that, amirite? This quiet girl is Leah's girlfriend, and she is great at making sure her girlfriend doesn't go killing anybody or saying any bad shit or anything like that. X-Ray isn't exactly the most versatile fighter; she can stun foes with an X-Ray shot, and her close-up combat is spectacular, considering she seems to know exactly where you punch someone to cause the most pain. And y'all thought she was a peaceful girl.


Specials TBA

ReeseGenesisNow
Reese

Androgynous BadGirl-aholic


TBA

AuroraPostShattered
Aurora

Musical Grasshopper Warrior


TBA

QuartzVictory
Quartz

Former Top-Ten Soldier


TBA

IronMaskWastelandWarriorsNew
Iron Mask

Wasteland Leader


TBA

ScarletWastelandWarriorsNew
Scarlet

Pyrokinetic Fry Fanatic


TBA

VoltVictory
Volt

Electrifying Artifact Wielder


TBA

ThornSportsResort
Thorn

Deceptive Valkyrie


TBA

SmileVictory
Smile

Spooky Introvert


TBA

Helena Cartre
Alena Carter

F.A.N.T. Sassmaster


TBA

Jake Skett
Jake Skett

Brash F.A.N.T. Agent


TBA

DATAShattered
Data

Cybernetic Vigilante


TBA

SyiVictory
Syi

Shy Scarecrow


TBA

BowieIP
Bowie

Silent Stuffed Sheriff


TBA

AranSportsResort
Aran Leverletto

Mechanical Fuckboy


TBA

MelissaDust
Melissa Dust

Sailor-Mouthed Particle Woman


TBA

FeraSportsResortAlt3
Fera

Heroforce Gladiator


TBA

HeinSportsResort
Hein

Dark Woods Traveller


TBA

CuraSportsResort
Cura

Retro Resort Robot


TBA

3.14Victory
3.14

A22 Computer Creation


TBA

PeshSportsResort
Pesh

Pushy Puzzles Star


TBA

COISKscratch fantendoverseV2
Scratch Kat

Cartoony Reality-Warping Feline


TBA

LuckyTheCat
Lucky

Lean, Green, Low Self-Esteem


TBA

AmaiaSportsResort
Amaia

The Female, Less Bald Saitama


TBA

BeckAltonSportsResort
Beck Alton

Going with the Flow


TBA

GoblinSwordsmanShattered
Goblin

Multi-Function Monster


TBA

Playable after Unlocking
DaraExo
Dara

Who?


TBA

Tower Talk Conversations

In the Story Mode, using specific characters side-by-side sometimes unlocks conversations between those said characters: these conversations function similar to the Hot Tub in Fantendo Sports Resort, where the conversation can reveal traits or facts about characters, be somewhat shippy between characters, or are there just for comical purposes.

For a full list of all of the conversations, see Fantendo - Mansion/Tower Talk.

Floors

1-10

11-20

21-30

31-40

41-50

51-60

61-70

71-80

81-90

91-100

101-110

111-120

121-130

131-140

141-150

Bosses

Shopkeepers

Like the bosses and enemies, the shopkeepers are not the actual versions of the characters they pertain to—rather, they are projections created by Dare. Each shopkeeper sells basic items found throughout all four, but each shopkeeper also sells signatures items that can't be found anywhere else.

All Shops

Floor 20 Exclusive

Floor 40 Exclusive

Floor 60 Exclusive

Floor 80 Exclusive

Gallery

Trivia


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