Credit to: Spriters-Resource, for the Sprites. Smashbros.com, for giving me the idea. The people on MarioWiki, for teaching me how to do the formatting. Uniju(t∣b∣c), for teaching me how to do these Sprite Images, as well as make a few of the emblems.
Tyranitar is one of the strongest non-legendary Pokémon in the entire series, matching Dragonite and Metagross in power. Of course, we match his strength in Revolution.
Here comes the king!
The mighty rock dragon emerges!
This behemoth is quite frightening, isn't it? His powerful attack is much more terrifying!
The powerful Rock Slide move sends Rocks tumbling from the skies. These rocks are huge, and several fall at one time. You'll have a hard time dodging them all!
They just fall, and fall, and fall, AND FALL!
Whoa, this is long! The rocks fall for about 5 to 10 seconds, which can be be very dangerous if you weren't the one who tossed the Poké Ball. It is much more deadly on smaller stages, and works better on bigger opponents. Can you avoid it!?----
He pounds Luigi far away from Dream Land. It seems Meta Knight managed to get up from his defeat.
It is a normal fight... or is it?
The battle is like every normal battle. Except, the fight only takes place on this one platform, and walking off it causes a KO, even if there is land underneath it. Other than that, it is a normal KO fight.
W-What's Meta Knight doing!?'
WAH!! SHOOTING STARS!!
Strangely, these stars don't hurt Shadow Mario. Just try and get to a spot the stars aren't gonna hit.
And, SMASH! A single KO wins the match!
After the long fight, Mario finally defeats Shadow Mario, and gets the crown back.
I think you would remember the Trophies from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Collectible items that could be displayed for enjoyment, as well as offering interesting information. Well, Trophies return in Super Smash Bros. Revolution, but this time, they can be earned from your performance in VS Mode matches.
Oh, by the way, we have around 400 Trophies in this game. Yep, certainly a lot, isn't it? You'll have your work cut out for you, but it should be fun collecting all these interesting items.
Put them on display. We offer several different backgrounds, and terrains in this game.
Collect them all, and learn as much as you can about Video Game history from them.----
Frosty is a recurring boss in the Kirby series. Brrrrrrr, so cold!
Is this new?
AHHH!! He... has a headache?
Is this a joke!? Is he just standing there holding his head? Well, yeah, but only for the first few seconds he is released. After that...
Wah! Where did he get that thing!?
It's so cold!
He tosses a large ice cube at the opposing players. It just slides and slides and slides, and doesn't stop when it hits someone. WOW! He may seem worthless, but he can hit everyone at one time! He can even slide them off the stage!----
In the world of Smash, players are able to use four special moves that have different effects from normal moves. Pressing the B Button will allow you to use these attacks. There are four kinds of special moves:
<Standard Special Move: Dark Flash> These usually involve projectile weapons
<Side Special Move: Dark Fire> These are long-distance attacks
<Up Special Move: Dark Thunder> These help the player get back to the stage after a fall
<Down Special Move: Shadow Magnet> These are usually a shield of some sort.
Learn to use all four moves at just the right time. Beware, as an unwise move can sometimes cost you the match.----