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- See Fantendo:Tropes to see the index of of the trope pages.
Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered is a fighting game crossover made by Toroko. Following Toroko's Unten reboots, Toroko decided to reboot another Fantendo franchise, but this time in a bigger scale, the Fantendo massive crossover series Fantendo Smash Bros.. Shattered marks the end of Fantendo's Golden Age and begins its new phase.
The story mode is an unique one because it is a half-musical, featuring use of licensed music during some of the scenes. Following the events of Fantendo Visual Novel: Fracture, the entire Fantendoverse is about to end in an event known as the Fracture, Unten, Reese and others must stop the Catalysts in order to prevent further damage to the Fantendo's timeleines. Two add-ons, Scarlet Skies and Cracked were later released and expand upon several plot points. The game's plot is later followed by Fantendo - Genesis featuring , whom was previously and another Fantendo crossover Fantendo Sports Resort follows the events, as well introducing doppelgangers of the cast.
It is one of Fantendo's most well known projects, considered by many to be Fantendo's and Exo's Magnum Opus. It features a cast of pretty much every major franchise in Fantendo's history alongside some oddballs and alternate versions of them. It also set a new bar to Fantendo crossover events, although it is a Tough Act to Follow.
This work contains the following tropes:
- Action Girl: Every playable female character included in the game.
- Alternate Company Equivalent: Fantendo's equivalent of Super Smash Bros as well Fantendo's equivalent of Infinite Crisis.
- And The Fandom Rejoiced:
- Art Evolution: Some of the older characters gets radically different redesigns, example being Micool the Master, Olarx X and Blackwood, originally being recolors (of Ike, Skull Kid and Yoshi) and now having an entirely different and new designs.
- Although this is not applied to all recolors, Shy Guy Yellow's new design is still a yellow Shy Guy, although his art is entirely new to fit in the artstyle of the rest of the cast.
- Ascended Meme: Ian Harder.
- Assist Character: Like in Smash, Assist Characters can be summoned through Assist Pearls (the Fantendo equivalent of Assist Trophies).
- Canon Imigrant: Palutena, although she has been in other Fantendo works previously, this is her reintroduction into the new Fantendoverse.
- Cerebus Syndrome: One of the darkest Fantendo crossovers, because it literally deals with the end of the world as we know it. This also affects some characters, such as Pesh, who is usually portrayed as having a simple armor and a happy face, now having a darker armor and a serious look on his face.
- Cool Glasses: Johnathon Hades and Johnny Dog have one.
- Composite Character: Trip the Catalyst is a mix of all the alternate versions of Trip and thus his moveset is erratic and constantly changes.
- PIKA is a combination of Bowser/Pikachu/Mario from the Nintendo Civil War event. Subverted, since it is only a robotic clone with the same skillset as the original PIKA.
- Crisis Crossover
- Eldritch Abomination: Happy Face.
- Evil Counterpart: Reese II, Dark Strafe, Dark Climbers.
- Masdive Multiplayer Ensemble Number: Fallen Empires by Snow Patrol. The entire roster joins in by the end.
- Original Generation: The Wasteland Warriors, Reese II, Rachel, Mioda, Dark Strafe, PAIN-T 2.0.
- Sequel Hook:
- The Bus Came Back: Several old Fantendo characters returned, such as Ella Metals, Strafe, Red the Hood'em and etc.
- Unexpected Character: Lots of them. Examples include: Jim of the Floating Isles, JIM, Sinless Devil, Little P, Sunnysychte.
- What Could Have Been: Due to issues involving character rights, most of Act 3 is missing.