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Fear Fighters is a fighting game starring a cast of characters personifying various fears. The concept was initially created by Drackula(t∣b∣c) in 2014. It was taken over by Hamclub13(t∣b∣c) in mid-2015, though development didn't start until later that year.
Fear Fighters (2016) plays like a mix of Street Fighter and Super Smash Bros. Like Smash, the stages have lots of room to move around in and characters have the ability to jump but, like Street Fighter, Fear Fighters is much more combo-oriented. Attacks lead into the next very fluidly and if you get caught in a combo, it's hard to escape, unless you use some maneuvers taken from Smash, like shielding or rolling. Each character has a diverse moveset, along with four special attacks and a finisher known as a Horror Strike, a play off of 'horror-stricken'.
After waking in the Fearscape, Dawn is scared. Though that's to be expected when you wake up in a new dimension with umbrakinesis surrounded by the physical embodiments of fears. She is initially concerned not of her whereabouts, but if her loved ones are okay. This compassion is replaced by confidence and a need for self-preservation as you progress through the campaign. Her sudden gain of darkness manipulation simultaneously scares her and fills her with a sense of power. She has always enjoyed fighting, so this tournament should be enjoyable for her, despite her life being on the line.
Dawn controls darkness - a basic power granted to all who enter the Fearscape. She’s still learning to master it, but it looks like she's got the gist. Dawn likes to be up close and personal to her opponent, a trait not shared by most of her competitors. She's mastered the skill of channeling darkness into her feet or fists, allowing for more powerful hits. Yes, Dawn prefers to go old-school, though she isn't afraid to shoot pure darkness at her foes. Dawn is able to hide inside the shadows, allowing her to ambush her enemy when they least expect it. The more attacks Dawn lands, the more a gauge - taking the form of up to 5 teardrop-like shapes - above her HP will fill. When this gauge, dubbed the "Umbra Guage" is filled, Dawn can cover the screen in darkness, allowing her to move freely and attack as she pleases.
Fantasma is the first person Dawn meets in the Fearscape. Initially, Dawn brushes off her claim of embodying the fear of ghosts, but is forced to accept it when they battle. Fantasma is full of energy in her humanoid form, but determination and a no-nonsense attitude take over when in her ghost form. She flirts with Dawn a lot, though Dawn is somewhat disgusted by this. Despite their differences, they do eventually become friends.
Fantasma is a very quick character who constantly floats above the ground. She fights like a mixture of a dancer and a wolf, if that makes any sense. Her movements are graceful and a lot like ballet or breakdancing moves, a lot of which utilize... claws? Nobody knows how, but if Fantasma swipes her arms (or lack thereof) at you, you'll come out with more than a few scratch marks. If this is through summoning ghosts or if she has some kind of invisible claws is unknown. When she's not dancing around the battlefield, Fantasma can become a tiny purple ghost. In this form, she can possess the opponent temporarily. This is especially useful in arenas with hazards, though pretty useless in ones without. However, there's a way to put your enemy at a disadvantage one way or another in nearly every stage, so you should be fine.
Deadolos is... what is he exactly? None of the Fear Fighters seem to know what fear he personifies. War? Guns? The dead? Soldiers? Nobody knows. Deadolos is an undead general wielding a bow. At least, that's what it says on the flash cards. He takes everything much too seriously and takes almost as much as a threat. As well as his bow, he keeps a gun on his back at all times. Not a regular shotgun, but a musket-bayonet combo. It's best not to get on his bad side.
In battle, Deadolos acts as a sniper. He focuses on long-range combos revolving around guns and bows. He really loves his artillery, doesn't he? His tactic is to wait for his opponent to dare coming close enough (shooting them as they do) to use his combo attacks. His bow can shoot grappling arrows to get close to the enemy and stab them with his bayonet. Most of Deadolos' combos involve juggling the enemy in the air with a seemingly endless barrage of projectiles. His musket is his most powerful weapon, but takes a while to reload.
This Fear Fighter always has a smile on his face... frankly, it gets creepy after a while. Giggles personifies the fear of clowns, which is surprisingly common. Even the other Fear Fighters are creeped out by Giggles. While he normally has an over-the-top upbeat attitude, he has a split personality who calls himself Chuckles. His alternate personality is disturbing, that's for sure. Invasive, silent and downright terrifying are all phrases the Fear Fighters have used to describe him. Chuckles will stay quiet most of the time - he just sits in the corner making balloon animals - but the strangest things will force him to emit the scariest laugh you’ve ever heard.
In battle, Giggles is a very floaty character. He has high HP but isn't the best at combo-ing. It’s really a shame, since combos are the heart and soul of Fear Fighters. Giggles' attacks take a while to execute, but can be very offputting, as most of them have a stunning effect. His attacks consist of balloons, flaming hoops, water-squirting flowers and other novelty items you may associate with clowns. Displayed above his health is Giggles' "Crack Meter". If Giggles shields, dodges or is hit by enough attacks, his Crack Meter will fill and things will start to get nasty. His alternate personality, known as Chuckles, will take over. Chuckles is, unlike his more sane version, very speedy and combo-focused. Chuckles can overwhelm opponents with relentless attacks that utilize... wait, wait, is that a knife!? Chuckles will revert back to Giggles after a while, resetting the Crack Meter. Regardless of whether the Crack Meter is full or not, Chuckles will take over if Giggles is too low on health.
Adder personifies the fear of snakes. Adder loves a challenge, especially when she isn’t the one facing it. Games of truth or dare involving Adder often end terribly. Adder can be very harsh, always speaking her mind no matter what she’s thinking. Putting aside the fact the she literally personifies a fear itself, she’s really not pleasant to be around. Like a siren, her rattlesnake tail can hypnotise enemies.
Adder focuses on dodging attacks and ambushing when in battle. Due to her lower half being a snake, she can be very hard to hit. Adder always finds a way to slither out of the line of fire and appear behind her enemy in the blink of an eye. While her fingernails are sharp and her tail is heavy, her true offensive power lies in her venom. Whether she shoots venomous needles from her tail or bites you, the result is the same. In addition, her rattlesnake tail can temporarily stun foes with its hypnotic sounds.
Cirrus is a Fear Fighter with her head in the clouds. She never really pays much attention to what goes on around her, except for when it comes to brawls. Things will catch her attention, though, especially when she hears her own name. She’s pretty self-conscious about her status as a Fear Fighter, since nothing about her appearance is all that terrifying. Nothing about her is, really. The most frightening thing about her is her sheer power. Representing the fear of heights, Cirrus can control the weather.
When she fights, Cirrus is truly terrifying. She is an extremely floaty character who tends to float slightly above the ground at all times, staying true to her status as the representation of acrophobia. She prefers to keep her distance, but can hold her own at close-quarters with shields made of clouds and lightning-charged punches. However, Cirrus works best in the air. Her attacks use the weather to her advantage, including lightning, snow and wind. Using a certain type of attack more frequently than others will cause the weather to change accordingly. These weather conditions affect the battle in different ways, as well as powering up the moves that caused it. Tornadoes occur from wind-based moves, and will lower the gravity, aiding Cirrus’s air game greatly. A high usage of snow or hail based attacks will cause a snowstorm that slows movement. Finally, rain-based attacks will summon a downpour that will cause all fighters to slip when on the ground.