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Mario
Mario
SuperMarioSymbolSSBU
Home Stage 3D World
Offense 5.5/10
Defense 6/10
Projectile 8.5/10
Weight 5.5/10
Speed 7/10
Recovery 7.5/10
Throwing Ability 7/10
Final Smash 8/10
Standard Special Fireball
Side Special Tanooki Tail
Up Special Super Jump Punch
Down Special F.L.U.D.D.
Final Smash Mario Finale
Origin Donkey Kong (Arcade) 1981
Works Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo) 1985
Super Mario 64 (Nintendo 64) 1996
Super Mario 3D World (Nintendo Wii U) 2012
Submitted By: DK3

Submission DetailsEdit

Mario is a submission by DK3. It was added to the main Mercurious website on January 25, 2009. The submission is largely based on Mario from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, although the Side Special was changed to a similar working attack using Mario's tanooki power-up made famous by Super Mario Bros. 3 and the Up Special was changed to match that of Super Mario Galaxy. During the submission's recent revision, his Up Special was changed back to the Super Jump Punch, a staple attack from the officiall Smash Bros. games. Unlike many submissions, this submission does not have a topic on the forums with the appropriate detail.

Character DetailsEdit

Mario is a fictional character created by game designer Shigeru Miyamoto. Serving as Nintendo's mascot, Mario has appeared in over 200 video games since his creation. Though originally only appearing in platform games, starting with Donkey Kong, currently Mario appears in many genres of games, such as racing, puzzle, role-playing, fighting, and sports games, and others. Mario is depicted as a short, pudgy, Italian-American plumber who lives in the Mushroom Kingdom, having originated from New York. He is best known for repeatedly stopping the plans of Bowser to kidnap Princess Peach and subjugate the Mushroom Kingdom. He also has other enemies and rivals, including Donkey Kong and Wario.

As Nintendo's mascot, Mario is one of the most famous characters in video game history, and his image has become synonymous with video games. Mario games, as a whole, have sold more than 201 million units, making the Mario series the best-selling video game series of all time. Outside the platform games he is traditionally associated with, Mario has appeared in video games in other genres, including the Mario Kart racing series, Nintendo's arcade sports games (such as the Mario Tennis and Mario Golf series), and Nintendo's series of Mario role-playing games. Outside the original games, television shows, film, and comics, he spawned a line of licensed merchandise.

General InformationEdit

TauntsEdit

Up Taunt:
 A Baby Luma appears from under Mario's hat and cooes as it flies around Mario before hiding under his hat again.
Down Taunt:
 Mario spins in place and holds a peace sign to the camera and cheering, "Here we go!"
Side Taunt:
 Mario takes his hat off and scratches his head before putting it back on his head.

On-Screen AppearanceEdit

A Warp Pipe appears out of the ground at Mario's starting position before he jumps out of it and prepares for the battle ahead.

Return PlatformEdit

Mario returns on a platform made of Super Mushrooms.

Kirby HatEdit

Kirby gains Mario's famous red hat.

MovesetEdit

Regular Moves
Combo (1st) Left Punch  Mario punches forward with a quick, left fist.
Combo (2nd) Right Cross  Mario swings his right fist horizontally in front of himself.
Combo (3rd) Toe Kick  Mario throws his foot into the air, kicking with the tip of his boot.
Dash Attack Slide Kick  Mario slides along the ground as he extends a foot outward, striking his opponents.
Weak Moves
Side Tilt Side Kick  Mario throws a quick kick to his side as he turns towards the camera momentarilly.
Up Tilt Spin Uppercut  Mario Punches vertically into the air as he spins in place.
Down Tilt Low Kick  While crouching, Mario kicks along the ground as he rotates his body.
Smash Moves
Side Smash Fire Glove  Mario creates a quick blast of fire from an extended palm.
Up Smash Flame Headbutt  Mario heavily throws his head forward through the air, striking any opponents with a fiery headbutt.
Down Smash Sweep Fire  Mario sprays fire on the ground around himself as he spins in place.
Aerial Moves
Neutral Aerial Aerial Kick  In midair, Mario kicks forward, striking any opponents nearby.
Forward Aerial Meteor Punch  Mario swings his fist downward in front of himself while in midair, hitting his opponents with a Meteor Strike.
Backward Aerial Drop Kick  Mario throws both feet backwards as he extends his body horizontally in midair and rotates.
Up Aerial Flip Kick  Mario backflips in midair, swinging his feet overhead and kicking any opponents upward.
Down Aerial Drill Kick  Mario extends his feet downward as he twists his body, scoring multiple strikes on his opponent.
Grab & Throws
Grab Tactic Standard Grab  Mario reaches out with both hands in an attempt to grab an opponent.
Pummel Captive Headbutt  Mario smashes his forehead into his captured foe.
Forward Throw Spin Throw  Mario spins around once, swinging his opponent around, before releasing them.
Backward Throw Airplane Swing  Mario grabs his opponent by their feet and swinging them around three full revolutions before chucking them in the opposite direction.
Up Throw Huge Headbutt  Mario tosses his opponent into the air a short distance before smashing his head into them, sending them skyward.
Down Throw Tanooki Statue  Mario throws his opponent on the ground before jumping above them, turning into a Tanooki Statue, and slamming down on top of them.
Special Moves
Standard Special  Fireball
Mario throws a red fireball that will bounce along the ground and ricochet off of obstacles and barriers, as well as opponent's shields. The fireball will burn out after travelling a certain distance.
Side Special  Tanooki Tail
Mario instantly grows a raccoon tail before spinning around quickly, deflecting projectiles and flipping his opponents around. This attack can be performed very quickly, and causing between 2%-4% as well.
Up Special  Super Jump Punch
Mario leaps upwards through the air while delivering an uppercut. This uppercut can knock coins out of his opponents as he strikes them multiple times as he rises upward. These coins are simply for aesthetic purposes and cannot actually cause any additional damage. The first strike that Mario hits on his opposition with this attack will cause 5%, the attacks leading up to the final strike can each cause between 1% to 2% damage a piece, and the final blow will deal 6% along with knockback.
Down Special  F.L.U.D.D.
Mario equips himself with F.L.U.D.D. and can use its Spray Nozzle to squirt water at his opponents to push them away from him. This attack doesn't cause any damage, but can still KO opponents if used on opponents attempting to return to the stage.
Final Smash  Mario Finale
Mario glows red before being overcome in a blazing aura and sending a fiery onslaught of flames across the stage horizontally and slightly extending vertically. Anyone trapped in the blazing flare of fire will take high amounts of damage and be sent flying with possibly no return.

External LinksEdit

Official Submission Page on the Mercurious Website

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