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Special Stages are 3 stages from the The King of Stories, each one from different locations in the story. Each stage is seperate from the other and can be fought just like any other stage in the game. There are three in total. The Forever Sanctuary, the Crystal Ice Palace and the End of Time.

The Forever Sanctuary

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Universe Super Smash Bros.
Home Stage to None
Availability Starter
Size Small

The stage features a huge, sitting Budha statue, made of stone, at the centre of the stage, with its palms outstretched so that players can battle on their, serving as mid-air platforms. The statue is so large, that it covers nearly the entire stage. The statue is in the background, so it doesn;t interrupt the battle. The statue is set on an underground cave, with crystal caverns and water flowing around. The water starts from the statue, which serves as a fountain, and the water covers some points of the stage. If the player goes too far from the stage, they will fall from a waterfall. However, the main platform is quite big, so the edges cannot be seen. There are no hazards in this stage, except for the water, which can slow players down. The stage is from Part 2 of the Story Mode.

Crystal Ice Palace

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Universe Super Smash Bros.
Home Stage to None
Availability Starter
Size Large

The Crystal Ice Palace is the third largest stage in the game. It features a huge plateau made of ice at the centre of the stage, where the players can fight on without pratfalling, which serves as the main platforms of the stage. In addition, there is a broken, iced gate at the background where players can fight on and even on its pillars. There are two mid-air platforms made of ice at the both sides, at the same height, a little higher than the gate. Players with good recovery can even go higher, by climbing on top of the huge icecle walls on the edges. However, if they get too far, they get KO'ed. These iced walls are few feet away from the main platform, leaving two pits at both sides where players can fall off and get KO'ed. In the background, there is a huge, white castle with towers. The sky is decorated with auroras that constantly change. A very peacefull stage, it appears in Part 2 of the Story Mode of the game.

End of Time

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Universe Super Smash Bros.
Home Stage to None
Availability Starter
Size Large

The stage is not how it is depicted in the picture above, but slightly different. The stage consists of 3 large, floating ruins, which serve as the main platform of the stage. Each one is far away from the other, so that players can only get there with 1-2 jump(s). These ruins resemble parts from a castle. In addition, there are multiple, other, smaller mid-air platforms in the stage, which prevent players from falling down. There are also some broken series of rocks, floating above the platforms which also serve as platforms. However, they are very high above the stage. All of the platforms float constantly on a dark void, with tornadoes, clouds and a very dark sky.

Music Played

Each stage features 5 original instrumental compositions, each one featured in the King of Stories.

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