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A character, in the artistic point of view, refers to the person or other being that is part of a narrative work. There exists numerous characters in the McLeodGaming media, filling different roles according to the work play.

Characters in the Super Smash Flash series

In the Super Smash Flash series, characters can be sorted into playable and non-playable, which distinguishes whether characters can be used or not.

Playable characters

A playable character is the one whose actions are directly controlled by a player. They can be divided into starter and unlockable, which distinguishes whether characters can be played right away, or whether they need to be unlocked.

This is a list of the playable characters in the Super Smash Flash series. Shaded cells denote unlockable characters.

Name SSF SSF2 Universe
Bandana Dee No Yes Kirby Kirby symbol
Black Mage No Yes FINAL FANTASY FINAL FANTASY symbol
Blade Yes No McLeodGaming
Blue Yes No McLeodGaming
Bomberman No Yes Bomberman Bomberman symbol
Bowser No Yes Mario Mario symbol
Captain Falcon Yes Yes F-Zero F-Zero symbol
Chibi-Robo No Yes Chibi-Robo! Chibi-Robo! symbol
Cloud Strife Yes Unknown FINAL FANTASY FINAL FANTASY symbol
Crono Yes Unknown CHRONO
Donkey Kong No Yes Donkey Kong Donkey Kong symbol
Falco Lombardi No Yes Star Fox Star Fox symbol
Fox McCloud Yes Yes Star Fox Star Fox symbol
Ichigo Kurosaki No Yes Bleach Bleach symbol
Isaac No Yes Golden Sun Golden Sun symbol
InuYasha Yes No InuYasha
Jigglypuff Yes Yes Pokémon Pokémon symbol
Kirby Yes Yes Kirby Kirby symbol
Knuckles the Echidna Yes Unknown Sonic Sonic symbol
Krystal No Yes Star Fox Star Fox symbol
Link Yes Yes The Legend of Zelda The Legend of Zelda symbol
Lloyd Irving Yes Yes Tales Tales symbol
Luigi Yes Yes Mario Mario symbol
Mario Yes Yes Mario Mario symbol
Marth No Yes Fire Emblem Fire Emblem symbol
Mega Man No Yes Mega Man Mega Man symbol
Mega Man X Yes No Mega Man Mega Man symbol
Meta Knight Yes Yes Kirby Kirby symbol
Mewtwo Yes Unknown Pokémon Pokémon symbol
Miles "Tails" Prower Yes Yes Sonic Sonic symbol
Monkey D. Luffy No Yes One Piece One Piece symbol
Mr. Game & Watch Yes Yes Game & Watch Game & Watch symbol
Mr. Incredible Yes No The Incredibles
Naruto Uzumaki Yes Yes Naruto Naruto symbol
Ness No Yes EarthBound EarthBound symbol
PAC-MAN No Yes PAC-MAN PAC-MAN symbol
Pichu No Yes Pokémon Pokémon symbol
Pikachu Yes Yes Pokémon Pokémon symbol
Pit No Yes Kid Icarus Kid Icarus symbol
Princess Peach No Yes Mario Mario symbol
Princess Zelda Yes Yes The Legend of Zelda The Legend of Zelda symbol
Rayman No Yes Rayman Rayman symbol
Samus Aran Yes Yes Metroid Metroid symbol
Sandbag No Yes Super Smash Bros. Super Smash Bros. symbol
Shadow the Hedgehog Yes Unknown Sonic Sonic symbol
Sheik Yes Yes The Legend of Zelda The Legend of Zelda symbol
Simon Belmont No Yes Castlevania Castlevania symbol
Son Goku No Yes Dragon Ball Dragon Ball symbol
Sonic the Hedgehog Yes Yes Sonic Sonic symbol
Sora No Yes KINGDOM HEARTS KINGDOM HEARTS symbol
Super Sonic Yes Yes[1] Sonic Sonic symbol
Waluigi No Yes Wario Wario symbol
Wario No Yes Wario Wario symbol
Yoshi No Yes Yoshi Yoshi symbol
Young Link Yes No The Legend of Zelda The Legend of Zelda symbol
Zero Yes Unknown Mega Man Mega Man symbol
Zero Suit Samus No Yes Metroid Metroid symbol

Unconfirmed characters

Unknown This article/section contains information of a formerly confirmed feature.

The original source that confirmed the subject has otherwise become obsolete, outdated or deprecated and has yet to be re-confirmed by an official modern source.

These characters were part of the original roster for Super Smash Flash 2 that was scrapped during the game's development reboot. While some of them were removed entirely from the roster, it is unknown whether the rest will be in the game, which means this list should absolutely not be taken as a confirmation of their status as playable characters.

Name Universe
Dark Riku KINGDOM HEARTS KINGDOM HEARTS symbol
Diddy Kong Donkey Kong Donkey Kong symbol
Kratos Aurion Tales Tales symbol
Riku KINGDOM HEARTS KINGDOM HEARTS symbol
Solid Snake Metal Gear Metal Gear symbol

Cut characters

No This article/section contains information pertaining to unused content.

The subject was never implemented or was removed, cut or altered at some point of its development, and this article pertains to its original implementation.

These are the characters that were completely removed from the playable roster for Super Smash Flash 2 and never managed to be incorporated as one.

Name Universe
Azrael McLeodGaming
Renji Abarai Bleach Bleach symbol
Robo Ninja McLeodGaming
Rock Lee Naruto Naruto symbol
Sasuke Uchiha Naruto Naruto symbol
Spikeman McLeodGaming
Vegeta Dragon Ball Dragon Ball symbol

Non-playable characters

The following are considered non-playable characters, those who cannot be controlled by the player. These include boss characters (which also includes mini-bosses) and enemy teams. Item characters, characters released from Assist Trophies, Pokémon released from Poké Balls, regular enemies, and background characters also fit in this category, but due to them coming in great numbers, they are not listed below. As many elements for SSF2 are still unknown, some could have been scrapped long ago, even if there was a confirmation in the past.

Name SSF SSF2 Universe
Crazy Hand Yes Unknown Super Smash Bros. Super Smash Bros. symbol
Dr. Wily No Unknown Mega Man Mega Man symbol
Fighting Silhouette Team Yes Yes Super Smash Bros. Super Smash Bros. symbol
Giant Pokémon Yes Yes[2] Pokémon Pokémon symbol
Master Hand Yes Yes Super Smash Bros. Super Smash Bros. symbol
Metal Bros. No Yes Mario Mario symbol
Petey Piranha No Unknown Mario Mario symbol

Characters in the Yeah Jam Fury series

Characters found in the Flash platform-action-puzzle series, Yeah Jam Fury, can also be sorted into the same two categories of playable and non-playable characters. Though the series is a collaboration between World Entertainment Studios and McLeodGaming, it has to be noted that all the characters can be considered original creations of the first one rather than the latter.

Playable characters

Like in the SSF series, the actions of these characters are directly controlled by a player, requiring to swap between them to reach the mango and clear the level. All of them appear in the original Yeah Jam Fury and its follow-up, Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!.

  • Fury – The bulky djinn alter ego clad in red.
  • Jam – The energetic djinn alter ego clad in blue.
  • Yeah – The jolly djinn alter ego clad in yellow.

Non-playable

These characters conform the supporting cast of the YJF series.

  • Mr. Bloo – A massive purple whale who blasts rainbow streams that first appeared in Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!.
  • Mr. Snowman – A gigantic snow monster commanded by Ms. Carrot that first appeared in Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!.
  • Mr. Super – A mysterious giant being who lurks in dark areas and whose big yellow eye is his only discernible part. He is the only non-playable character who appears in both games.
  • Mr. Zane – The clerk of the Z-Mart that first appeared in Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!.
  • Ms. Carrot – A mischievous ginger girl that first appeared in Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!.

Characters in other media

Outside the major Flash games series, Super Smash Flash and Yeah Jam Fury, there are other characters that have appeared in other works created by McLeodGaming, more commonly in Flash-animated shorts.

Characters in A Super Mario World

These are the characters that appear in the short-lived Flash-animated series, A Super Mario World. The appearance of some of the characters listed below predates even their first appearance in the SSF series.

Characters in School

  • Mr. Hackensaw – The antagonist and main character of the 2005 horror comedy Flash short, School.
  • Principal – A minor character and the principal of the Regal Valley High School.
  • Student 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 – A group of young teenagers that attend classes in the Regal Valley High School.

Other characters

Notes

  1. Super Sonic is no longer a separate playable character in Super Smash Flash 2, but he is playable via Sonic's Final Smash.
  2. A giant Pokémon may appear at random during level 3 of Classic mode in Super Smash Flash 2. Due to this, though, it is not a certain boss appearance.

See also