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Stage Builder is a not confirmed feature in Super Smash Flash 2. It is a feature in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. This mode allows the players to create their own custom stages.

Builders must choose to create a small, medium, or large stage, which will affect the number of parts that can be placed and the location of blast lines. Next, the builder selects a theme: a mountain backdrop, a big ruin-ish building on background, or a futuristic chamber. Each theme has its own set of special stage elements which allow for slight variations in stage design depending on what theme is used. The final step before building is picking a song, which can be any track that has been unlocked. Then, set the terrain.

There are different structures and building materials the player can use depending on the background chosen earlier. There are three different sizes for most of the structures, also. The player, however, is limited in the number of parts they can use per stage. Each piece used will use up so much memory for the map, and some pieces take up more memory than others. Once ready, the player can test the stage through the editor, than switch back to the editing screen if they want to make any more changes.

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