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Art of Genie, as he was meant to appear in Super Smash Flash 2.
Send a puff of magic at each opponent.
Genie is a character from the 1992 Disney film, Aladdin. He is a comedic being who holds the cosmic power of granting three wishes to the one who holds his lamp. He appears in the KINGDOM HEARTS series as a recurring Summon and party-member. In Super Smash Flash 2, Genie was to be along the other Battle Card characters, but was cut due to the similarity of Battle Cards to Assist Trophy.
The Genie is a large, sky blue being with black hair tied into a topknot, secured by a small gold ring. He has a small, pointed nose and curved, pointed ears. He wears a single gold earring on his right earlobe and has a black beard that ends in a curl. Like other Disney characters, Genie only has four fingers on each hand. He wears a gold bracelet on each wrist, later revealed to the "shackles" that symbolize his enslavement as a genie. Normally, Genie's legs are usually nonexistent, replaced by a ghostly tail that is a slightly darker shade of blue than the rest of his body. A red sash divides the upper and lower halves of his body. Due to his virtually unlimited magical power, Genie can morph his size and appearance in any way he chooses. He posses very optimistic attitude and loves to joke with people to cheer up them.
In Super Smash Flash 2
Genie was the first ever confirmed character that can be summoned from a Battle Card. His first footage was shown in the "What are Battle Cards?" update from the Smash Flash DOJO!!!, where he can be seen using his magic puffs to attack Naruto. This, however, did not clarify how he would work exactly. Upon obtaining his own DOJO!! update, it was confirmed he would cast small magic puffs over the opponents to harm them without any physical contact, but was cut along with the other battle cards.