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Strong Bad
Strong Bad
Universe Homestar Runner
Debut Homestar Runner
Appears in Smash Bros. Lawl Galaxy
Friends Homestar Runner (sometimes)
Edd Gould
TomSka
Matt
Bubs
The Cheat
Kirby
Fox
SpongeBob SquarePants
Patrick Star
Dexter
Marzipan
Morphios
Luigi
Mario
Olimar
Little Prince
Slippy
Master Chief
Falco
Bart Simpson
Batman
Hurly
Phenias & Ferb
Perry
Toon Snake
Jimmy Neutron
Tobuscus
Soldier
Heavy
RobertoftheNerds
Sandvich33
Foamy the Squirrel
Lydia Prower
Enemies Darth Vader
Tabuu
Black Smoke
Bowser
Dr. Doofenshmirtz
King Dedede
Wolf
Irate Gamer
The Darkness
Lawl Team Team Galaxy



Entrance

Atari to Next-Gen

Strong Bad appears in the battlefield at first as a single pixel, then to the Rhino Feeder sprite, then a polygon, and then himself.

Special Attacks

Neutral B - The Cheat

The Cheat appears in front of Strong Bad. Pressing A when near him will make Strong Bad kick him forward. It works like a soccer ball, but with 50% propulsion. When Strong Bad is at 100% damage or higher, he kicks The Cheat up and he turns into a Cheatball. If it hits anyone, they'll get poisoned by the Poison Rain Vornado. If The Cheatball hits the ground, he bursts open, releasing a poisonous gas. Pressing B when near The Cheat feeds him a soft taco. The Cheat then opens his breifcase and throws a barrage of water balloons. They can hit an opponent from one edge of Final Destination to the opposite edge. Obviously they'll burst open and the water becomes a slip trap upon hitting the ground.

Side B - Cardboard Prop

Strong Bad, chuckling, pulls out a cardboard prop and places it in front of himself. This prop is random - cycling between giant sacks of cash, Homestar Runner being choked by snakes and cardboard flames. These are all entirely cosmetic and have no real differences of note. The cardboard acts as a wall and attack sponge with 10% HP. If this is depleted, it will fall over on it's side and disappear. Strong Bad has a limit of 3 of these out at a time - thanks to how quickly these can be placed, Strong Bad can create projectile sponges to take some heat off himself will he builds the Cheat's momentum or does some otherwise sinister plan. Given it's wall-like status, The Cheat and can also crash into one of these and bounce off of it to build his momentum, giving Strong Bad yet another tool to make it work.

Up B - Grabbo Arm

Strong Bad quickly pulls out the Grabbo Arm, aiming it at the nearest foe, and fires it. The Grabbo Arm extends two Battlefield Platforms, lingers for a moment, before retracting with some bad lag if Strong Bad missed the foe. Should The Grabbo Arm hit the foe, it will lock on to them in a grab hitbox before retracting back to Strong Bad, leaving them in prone in front of him. This acts as an obvious tether, as it will automatically aim towards the ledge if in midair. This won't send him into helpless if whiffed. By holding the input, in the air or otherwise, Strong Bad aims the Grabbo Arm at his nearest ally in the freedom. He will pull them to him as he does the foe - they will still perform any hitboxes they had out before they were grabbed, allowing you to position them as they attack. More importantly, this can allow you to move a flying Cheat out of a tight spot if something looks like it might go wrong.

Down B - Fthoom-Bang!

Strong Bad places a pack of bootleg fireworks on the ground in front of himself, quickly lighting them before you regain control of him. A full 3 seconds later, the fireworks become a dragging hitbox that deals 5% and drags the foe with them as they zoom straight up 5 Ganons, before exploding in a Bowser-sized hitbox that deals 17% damage. This is, as you might expect, an incredibly awkward hitbox to actually hit foes with, considering they primarily have to be hit by the initial fireworks zoom or the explosion, though it helps to have even more stuff lying around in the air. These can help you significantly in terms of abusing the Cheat, this being your best tool to deal straight knockback - but being wildly unpredictable as a result. Hitting the fireworks before they go off will cause them to detonate prematurely in a Bob-Omb-sized explosion that deals 10% damage and good knockback.

Final Smash - DELETED!

Strong Bad's computer appears and he checks his e-mail. Depending on whoever sent the e-mail, Strong Bad deals damage to that opponent. The sender of the e-mail he deleted gets blown out of the park. If Homestar is on his side in tag-team mode, Strong Bad calls for him and then Homestar appears pouring Mountain Dew into an open hole of the Tandy 400. Strong Bad adds some Alka-Seltzer and then deletes the e-mail, dealing 100% damage to the sender. He then gives Tandy the axe, causing a huge digital explosion that blows everyone away.

KOSFX

KOSFX1: "Oh crap!"

KOSFX2: "You suck!"

Star KOSFX: "OHHHHHH SHOOOOOOOT!"

Screen KOSFX: "Ow!"

Taunts

Up: "Come on, gat in the boat!"

Sd: "This isn't a mask, it's my face."

Dn: "I hope YOU interested in getting sued into the middle ages!"

Victory Options+Failure/Clap

1. *eats a candy bar* "Oh yeah. That's good settlement."

2. "See you next time!"

3. *"New" Paper comes out* "That's better. And by the way, do you ever run out of ink?"

Failure/Clap: Pantless

Standard Attacks

TBA

Snake Codec

TBA

Character Description

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Classic Mode

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Role In SSE

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Extras

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Trivia

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