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Nofix

Marriage Apothecary

Gorochu is a Pokémon in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise. Created by Atsuko Nishida, Gorochu first appeared in the video games Pokémon Red and Green and subsequent sequels. In addition, Gorochu was one of the Pokémon to get an Alolan Form variant with an Electric/Psychic typing. They have later appeared in various merchandise, spinoff titles and animated and printed adaptations of the franchise. It is known as the Thunder King Pokémon (Thunder God Pokémon in Japan). Gorochu is the evolved form of Raichu and the final evolution of series mascot Pikachu. Since it appeared in the Pokémon series, Gorochu has received generally positive reception, often topping lists of "coolest" or "manliest" Pokémon. It has been featured in several forms of merchandise, including figurines, plush toys, and in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Gorochu first appears as one of the 190 species of Pokémon in the Pokémon Red and Green Versions. When a Pikachu becomes Level 30, it evolves into Raichu, and when Raichu is exposed to a Thunder Stone, it evolves into Gorochu. In later games Raichu must be level 50 or higher when exposed to a Thunder Stone. It later appeared in all subsequent sequels. From its release in the first generation to the current eight generation, Gorochu has been considered to be one of the best Pokemon in standard play, being featured on many teams in both fan leagues and official tournaments. It is nicknamed as "Godchu" by members of the competitive scene due to its high base stats, wide movepool, and unique ability to damage Ground-types with Electric-type moves.

Gorochu is featured in the Pokémon anime series with the most recurring being from the Indigo League main character Ash Ketchum. The Alolan version appeared on the team of Sun and Moon League main character Elio Ray.

Since its debut, Gorochu has appeared in other Nintendo games. It has appeared in every entry of the Super Smash Bros. series, in an unplayable capacity in the first three games before becoming a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Kerfuffle onward. Despite Gorochu's strong position in mainline competitive Pokemon, he is considered one of the weaker fighters in the Smash competitive community, even weaker than pre-evolved form Pikachu.

Nofix's Video Game Wikiboxes:
Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem (SNES)
Chrono Break (PS2)
Metroid 64 (N64)
Metroid Dread (DS)​
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Source for the Gorochu picture. I'm fairly certain, but not 100% certain, that this is the first alternate Pokemon wikibox done. If I'm wrong, please correct me, but I thought this would be a novel idea to throw out there. Plus I hadn't done a video game box in a while, and wanted to get one out. (Also I seem to be accidentally creating a video game wikibox extended universe. That was unintentional compared to the DC History one.)

Also, just for fun, I'm thinking Gorochu's BST is 90HP/100ATK/85DEF/120SpAtk/70SpDef/120Speed (585 in total). In Gen 1 it'd be 120 Special (or 515 in total). I was also thinking of making him a part-Fighting type, or part-Ground type, given the design, but I decided to stick with just pure Electric.
 

Meppo

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Most Americanists tend to refer to the 21st century as the "Century of Humiliation". While some historians have criticized the term as a Chinese calque, most American citizens would likely agree with the assessment: the 21st century saw American power and outreach wane in comparison with Old World giants and dynamic economies, and American voters elect a long line of lackluster leaders nowadays ranked alongside the likes of John Tyler, Benjamin Harrison and Jimmy Carter. Climate change, industrial and economic decline, the new space race, neo-regionalism - the Empire of Liberty ultimately found itself ill-equipped to deal with such issues even as most of her old enemies collapsed, reformed or both. With the entrenched two-party system failing to restore American hegemony, American citizens turned inwards, paying greater attention to proliferating "self-governing municipalities" and state legislatures than to Congress and the Presidency. The United States' defeat in the Second Mexican-American War (2091-2094), which would see Mexico triumphantly integrate Cuba and Puerto Rico, would further diminish American trust in their party system, but also result in the blossoming of reformist and nationalist movements, chief among them being the Sovereign America Committee.

This activity would bear fruit during the 2096 presidential election, resulting in the victory of Admiral William Luria. Elected as a Democratic candidate on the platform of military and space agency reform as well as a comprehensive urban revitalization program that would bring flood-damaged cities closer to the likes of New Venice and Saigon, Luria saw himself become a lame-duck President as Congress opposed his attempts to limit the activity of Free Economic Zones and municipal political machinery, and few foreign leaders were impressed by Luria's brash, arrogant attitude. Nonetheless, many citizens wept when Luria died on 4 July 2099, in a fireworks misfire which conspiracy theorists allege to this day to have been a CIA-ordered assassination. Luria's successor, former Mayor of NYC Rafael Cuomo, was a dynasty man through and through, a centrist who nonetheless wielded strong support from the New York City Reconstruction Agency, and who ultimately won the 2100 presidential election on sympathy votes against a Republican candidate who spoke a little too favorably of Indian presence in the San Francisco Free Economic Zone.

The 2104 presidetial election would prove to be Cuomo's bane. First of all, the 2100 presidential election's aftermath saw significant activity on part of third parties, with 2102 midterms seeing governorships and Congressional seats go to parties which were previously represented on the state level - the Socialists, the Christian Unionists, the Land Tax League, et cetera. Secondly, Cuomo's attempt to break up the Sovereign America Committee, which opposed the suppression of the Cadien Communities' Association, was poorly received by just about everyone. Thirdly, Cuomo still managed to win an Electoral College majority while winning 36% of the popular vote, due to voter suppression in certain states and the sheer variety of opposition parties. All across the country, people demanded that their legislatures call for a constitutional convention; they quickly found their champion in Thomas Brandt, four-star general and distinguished veteran of the Second Mexican-American War, who soon led a million man march on the Capitol Hill.

Cuomo resigned, leaving the Presidency in the hands of Henry Peterson, a mild-mannered, pliable ex-Secretary of the Interior; he was eager to cooperate with the American reformist movement and, in a March speech, professed his wholehearted support for a "second Constitutional Convention", giving a go-ahead to America's governors and state legislatures. More than that, Peterson invited Tom Brandt to serve as his "co-President", and the four-star general humbly accepted.

The Second Constitutional Convention was not to be a quick affair, adjourning multiple times as it had to await the report of the Committee of Detail. Several journalists - among them ACRA activist Sanford "Sonny" Jackson - questioned the Convention's legitimacy, with Vox's August 11 article suggesting that the Committee of Detail was "dominated" by Sovereign America Committee reps. Nonetheless, the Convention was ultimately successful in drafting a Constitution, which established America as an officially nonpartisan state with considerable emphasis on independent, merit-based civil service as well as applied AI-controlled management. The Meritocratic Constitution (or the Brandt Constitution, as it was referred to by its detractors) did not sit well with Western state governors, who decried the proposed amendments strengthening the executive office, including (but not limited to) the power to remove state governors on basis of criminal charges. Tom Brandt and the Sovereign America Committee strongly defended the proposal, presenting the vote on ratification as a vote on America's unity and sovereignty.

By October 2105, 34 states have ratified the Brandt Constitution, two states short of complete application; however, the Texas Legislature's extremely narrow ratification was vetoed by socialist Governor Edwin Stoddard, earning the ire of the Sovereign America Committee. In Louisiana and Mississippi, where the Delta communes and the Mississippi Economic Free Zone held considerable sway, the vote was stalled to the point where the Presidents of the two states' Senates ultimately declared that they would prefer "incoming legislators" to vote on ratification, meaning that it would have to wait until 2106. The SAC's response was to encourage state-by-state referendums on ratification "where it was possible", with additional supervision from Convention-appointed observers. As the majority of U.S. states that had referendums also opposed ratification, several Western state governors demanded that Brandt and Peterson refrain from appointing election observers, citing "reasonable suspicion of electoral misconduct". Further issues arose when the legislatures of Colorado, Iowa, New Hampshire and Hawaii rescinded their ratifications in a manner which SAC spokesmen contended was illegal. Militiamen besieged state capitols and clashed with police while SAC members demanded a full investigation of legislators deemed responsible for the rescission.

Tensions came to a head when two events occurred: the Jackson terrorist attack and the Harlem explosion. The first incident took place on November 1, 2105, when a group of terrorists attacked the Mississippi State Capitol, apparently intending to intimidate the state legislature into rejecting the Brandt Constitution; however, the terrorists were quickly detained by the state guard, and the attack propelled pro-ratification State Senator Vince Pickering to the governor's seat. The second incident took place on December 5, during a rally of the Sovereign America Committee. The massacre which took the lives of 122 people - among them Rico Mari, a leading member of both the Generation of '94 and the Sovereign America Committee - was readily pinned on Rhea Martinez, a Mexicali-born engineer with a history of involvement in socialist organizations and a vocal opponent of the Brandt Constitution. In addition to inflaming anti-Mexican sentiment, the Harlem explosion provided Brandt and Peterson with a justification for stringent antiterrorist measures. These events only increased enmity between the Meritocrats and their opponents, as Vox and other anti-ratificationist media put forward reports suggesting SAC involvement in the Jackson attack.

In February, protesters took to the streets of Washington D.C., calling for President Peterson to dismiss Thomas Brandt and reshuffle the Second Constitutional Convention. Brandt and Peterson's response was to accuse the major anti-ratificationist leaders - head of ACRA Sonny Jackson, former Louisiana congressman Mortimer "Morty" Beauregard and Texas Governor Edwin Stoddard among others - of stoking "anti-American sentiment". Soon enough, arrest warrants were issued against the three, causing governors of anti-ratificationist states - by that point referred to as Localists - to declare Brandt's actions unconstitutional. As soon as Tom Brandt took control of the White House following Peterson's mysterious incapacitation and declared martial law, the Second American Civil War broke out.



((OOC: I'd like to credit @machinekng for his excellent 2068 USA basemap, having edited it for the purposes of this box))
 
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Blackentheborg

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What was the 151st United States Congress like?
Hellish. On top of increased gerrymandering, there are multiple amendments made to the Congressional rules that give either the Speaker or Senate Leader powers to silence and eject any member that they believe to be in violation of 'legislative ethics'. As Republicans have been in majority since the impeachment, a typical conversation could go like this;

Speaker: The chair recognises the Senator from Maine.
Senator: Thank you Mister Speaker. I wish to call an inquiry on the continued stationing of the National Guard in--
Speaker: The Senator from Maine has breached the rules of the Senate and will be removed by the Sargent at Arms.
Senator: Wait what
Speaker: The gentleman from Maine will leave the floor.
Senator 2: Mister Speaker, point of order!?
Speaker: Overruled. The Senator from Wyoming has breached the rules of the Senate and will be removed by the Sargent at Arms.
Senator 3, in back, whispering to colleague: This is ridiculous!
Speaker: Point of order. The Senator from Vermont has breached the rules of the Senate and will be removed by the Sargent at Arms.
 

awnman

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I really like the map although shouldn't that be the aftermath of the US Capitol explosion? That's not the White house pictured. I know its a nitpick but confusion between those two buildings has always been one of my bugbears.
 

Blackentheborg

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Roy Stewart Moore (February 11, 1947 - April 19, 2038) is an American politician and congressional candidate who served as the former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama, short-lived Chief of Staff for President Ammon Bundy and the first Secretary General for the United States.

Since his early days of political involvement, Moore was notorious for his absolutist conservative political views, establishing connections and endorsements with multiple neo-confederate and white nationalist organisations. During Moore's tenure as circuit judge, he hung a homemade wooden Ten Commandments plaque on the wall of his courtroom behind his bench, and subsequently refused to enforce the removal order the Ten Commandments monument in the rotunda of the Heflin-Torbert Judicial Building, erected in 2001. In conjunction, Moore was widely known for his controversial views on race, homosexuality, transgender people, and Islam, his belief that Christianity should order public policy, and that former President Barack Obama was a muslim. He first grew to national prominence when he was elected the Republican nominee in the 2017 United States Senate special election in Alabama to fill the seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, but lost to Democratic candidate Doug Jones following the emergence of several allegations of sexual misconduct against minors. Although he has fervently denied these allegations, it was enough to reduce his influence in the Republican party for the better half of six years, during which he made three more attempts at vacant electoral seats.

In 2022, Moore began to liaison with Cliven Bundy, instigator of the 2014 Bundy Ranch standoff, after the latter was brought back into the court for refusing to pay parking fines. After the elder Bundy passed, Moore remained in close contact with his two eldest sons, Ammon and Ryan Bundy, touting his influence and experience to assist them in their political ventures. When Ammon entered the 2024 Republican Party Primary and was subsequently selected for the position of Vice President under Senator Josh Hawley, Moore was given the position of advisor. During this time, Moore and the White House gained significant controversy for refusing to divulge what exactly Moore was hired to advise on, and accusations flew back and forward that he was operating as the 'real power' behind the scenes.

Over the following years, Moore was present in various major events in regards to domestic and international policy. In 2025, he was pictured in the White House situation room alongside both President Hawley and Vice President Bundy [8] whilst the cabinet received a briefing on the Sinking of New York. He was also alleged to have subsequently accompanied the President to Yonkers, tho he made no prior camera appearances and his exact actions remain exempt from White House scheduling records. His whereabouts were equally as unaccounted for when Hawley was assassinated by an unidentified gunman on the same day. As Bundy was sworn in as President, Moore was promoted to the position of Chief of Staff during the cabinet reshuffle. Subsequent sources reveal that Moore and Bundy came to repeated confrontations with each other over differences in policy. Just over a year after he was given the position, Moore was encouraged to stand down and replaced by former Press Secretary Lanhee Chen. In spite of this, Moore kept in close confidence with Bundy's brother Ryan, then a congressman and failed candidate for Governor of Nevada.

Eight years later, Moore became a campaign coordinator and speaker during Ryan Bundy's controversial campaign for President in 2036. He was subsequently nominated to the new cabinet position of Secretary of General Affairs, which was previously touted as a department pertaining to "management of sensitive policy implementation and reform in both domestic and international affairs." His confirmation was highly controversial, as the now-aged Moore had made several derogatory accusations against the Democratic members of the Confirmation Panel, using low-level ethnic slurs and accused Ranking Member Frank Bynum of being nothing more than a 'commie bottom-bitch'. Nonetheless, due to new legislation introduced by President Bundy, he was admitted to the office and quickly began introduction of several new policy packages, all of which Bundy signed through with little to no briefing. Sources from inside congress at the time reported that Bundy was treated as nothing more than a puppet, with the General Secretary changing the rules to give himself more and more power.

Adding to his controversial history, Moore was found dead within White House quarters on April 19, 2038. Though the White House barred any information from releasing about his untimely death, several investigative leaks corroborated that Moore's body, cause of death being a heart attack, was found in the interior of a storage closet, with his pants halfway down. The fact that there was a visible hole in the closet's walls, and April 19 was National Take Your Daughter to Work Day, have been marked as details of non-importance by investigators.
 

Blackentheborg

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Chokwe Antar Lumumba (March 29, 1983 - ????) is an American attorney, activist and politician who served as the 49th President of the United States from 2033 until his controversial impeachment and removal from office in 2035. A member of the Democratic Party, he previously served as a U.S. Governor of Mississippi from 2026 to 2032 and as Mayor of Jackson, Mississippi from 2017 to 2025. His current whereabouts are unknown, and as such authorities are still very much undecided on if he is still active.

Lumumba, like his namesake and late father, Chokwe Lumumba (1947-2014), served as Mayor of his home town of Jackson. Endorsed by Working Families and Our Revolution, he promised to turn Jackson into the 'most radical city on the planet', implementing numerous welfare reforms, restructuring public transport, and being one of the first cities in America to be powered by renewable energy sources. While this took just under ten years, the results were enough to help elect Lumumba governor by a sizeable margin, in spite of the fact that he was a Progressive Democrat in a notoriously Southern State. He was one of the many who spoke at the funeral of Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont, vowing that he and other members of the party would work to make his vision of America a reality.

After winning reelection as Governor in 2030, Lumumba was courted by House Minority Leader Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to run in the upcoming Presidential Election. He accepted, and he quickly became the national frontrunner. On the campaign trail, Lumumba was overtly hostile towards President Ammon Bundy's handling of the Sinking of New York, likening it to treason. As part of his platform, Lumumba had promised a blank check for disaster response. This alarmed members of the incumbent administration, countering that interfering with the economy to help 'a famously liberal rat den' was veering on Authleft fascism. Once he won the party nomination, House Speaker Adi Sathi announced that the Republican Party had prepared nine articles of impeachment against him, should he be elected.

Come October, Lumumba won handily over Republican nominee Matt Gaetz, winning a plurality in both the Electoral College and the Popular Vote. President Bundy, however, alleged that various swing-state polling stations had been rigged and sought to bring more charges to the already inundated President-elect. During his inauguration, Lumumba survived two seperate assassination attempts, insisting on taking oath in front of the crowd to prove that 'Americans shouldn't be afraid to serve America'. In spite of his wishes, he was pulled off-stage by Secret Service agents when a group of armed Sovereign Citizens attempted to storm the inaugural stage.

When the now twelve articles of impeachment were successfully passed by the Republican majorities in congress, those charged included Lumumba, Vice President Jacob Frey, Secretary of State Aftab Pureval, Secretary of Defence Matt Duss, Secretary of the Treasury Nomi Prins, Secretary of Energy Varshini Prakash and more than two dozen low-ranking congressional staffers, as well as House Leader Ocasio-Cortez, Senate Minority Leader Lee Carter. For what exactly these individuals were being charged with were never publicly revealed due to new rules installed by congress before Lumumba's inauguration. Protests against the alleged coup against the democratically-elected government erupted almost instantly, leading to the deployment of several National Guard units in D.C. and surrounding states. During the concurrent riots in the capitol, the holding cells where Lumumba, Ocasio-Cortez and Carter were being held temporarily, were breached by both protesters and a contingent of Constitutional Militia members. While his cell was reportedly never compromised, Lumumba was nowhere to be found following the building's recapture by Federal Law Enforcement.

Since, various groups have claimed to have both aided in Lumumba’s freeing and also making sure of his continued wellbeing. Officially, the Opposition Government insists that Lumumba has been spirited away across the Canadian Railroad and continues to advise the ‘true government of the United States’ via digital communication. The extremist group FAO, however, says that not only did they free Lumumba themselves, but he has also been the mastermind behind several of the FAO’s most successful campaigns. The Federal Government, of course, says that Lumumba perished in the ensuing combat, and his body was disposed before any autopsy (or any real evidence) could be confirmed.

Sightings of Lumumba are ongoing as of the present day.
 
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Blackentheborg

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Brace Robert Belden (October 13, 1989 - October 9, 2055) was an American leftist, writer, podcaster, internet personality, political activist and accused domestic terrorist largely known for his pre-Civil Conflict commentary on electoral politics and progressivism. He is commonly known as one of the public faces of the Freedom from American Oppression, a radical left militant organisation currently active in the American Civil Conflict as a revolutionary guerilla opposition against the Federal Government. Prior to his death, Belden briefly ranked as 16th on the FBI's Most Wanted list. Belden was also widely known as his former Twitter handle, PissPigGranddad, and is considered one of the more prominent postmodern political personalities and philosophers (such as Jordan Peterson, Slavoj Žižek, Ian Kochinski or Angie Hobbs).

Belden was born to Jewish parents in San Francisco in 1989 and grew up in Corte Madera, California. His mother committed suicide when he was six years old, largley believed to be the catalyst for Belden's subsequent reputation as "a troubled teen", going between five different high schools, including an out-of-state boot camp from which he ran away before being arrested for public intoxication. Belden has identified as a Marxist since his teenage years and protested the Iraq War when he was thirteen. In 2005, when he was fifteen, he and his friends started a satirical right-wing, pro-war punk band called Warkrime (2005-2008). On a national scale, Belden first gained public notoriety when he enlisted in the People's Protection Units (YPG), a Kurdish militia, in the Syrian Civil War, leading to coverage by Rolling Stone and a despite with director Daniel Espinosa, who sought to adapt the article into a film staring Jake Gyllenhaal.

After returning to his native California, Belden became a noted leftist talking head, working with the Chapo Trap House podcast, cohosting his own podcast, TrueAnon, with Liz Franczak, as well as successfully unionising his workplace, corralling workers of the Anchor Brewing Company of San Francisco into the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. His alleged radicalisation, insofar violent interference against the Ammon Bundy administration on the West Coast, came with his involvement with the Red Shovels, a self-styled 'domestic vigilante group'. Tho he was an active member of the group, sporting the customary tattoo above his right ankle, Belden actively distanced himself from them before the group and local affiliates were absorbed into what became FAO.

Following the Impeachment of President Lumumba, Belden fully committed himself to the militant leftist wing of the American Opposition. He was present at the Electoral Protests in Washington as well as several riots in his native California, in which he was photographed either hurling objects at Federal Officers or coordinating with FAO members. While not as active in offensive conflict as other members of the FAO, Belden was an essential media component for the organisation, acting as an established mouthpiece for leftist extremism in the Civil Conflict. During an interview with Pirate Radio Rev, he commented on the decision of the FAO leadership to align themselves with Opposition Government; "I see it as an alliance of necessity. The Untied States was an authoritarian state exploiting and abusing minority groups both before and after the civil war even started; Regardless of who wins, we're going to see fascism under capitalism or fascism under Bundy and his cronies. To truly bring an end to this bootlicking sentimentality we need to tear it all down and make something new from the debris. [...] a working-class revolution was always inevitable, so who really gives a fuck about the circumstances, y'know?"

Due to use of 2nd Generation Age Grafts, Belden was in good enough physical condition to take part in the Rape of California in 2041, during which he assisted with the evacuation of civilians as well as several raids on Federal Holding Camps across the coast. He was briefly captured by Federal Forces before being sprung by the Opposition Government and sequestered by the FAO to an outpost in the Muir Woods National Monument. Belden was subjected to enhanced interrogation, and it is suspected as the reason for his retreat from Social Media and public interviews for the last few years of his life, whilst he committed to being stationed along the NoCal divide as a sniper in spite of his advanced age.

During a tactical retreat towards an FAO outpost in Bakersfield , Belden was shot through the lower stomach whilst in a shootout with a Patriot militia. One of his last recorded remarks was "Please don't let me die in fucking pancaketown.", as he hoped to endure a much more symbolic last stand in the neighbouring town of Independence. However, during a period where the group stopped to camp for the night, he was given a large dose of Co-proxamol in an attempt to substitute for the unavailable anaesthetic. Belden, who had twice overdosed on Heroin in the early 2010's, suffered an adverse reaction to the opioid and passed in his sleep. His body was eventually transported to a United Nations clinic in Klamath Falls, where he was cremated. The ashes were briefly 'hidden' by ranking FAO operatives before he was given an impromptu burial in Van Patten Parkway in Burlington, Vermont, the former residential home of Senator and Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Four subsequent attempts have been made to either vandalise the burial site or to steal the ashes, all of which have resulted in unceremonious capturing and execution of the perpetrators by FAO operatives.
 

Meppo

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I really like the map although shouldn't that be the aftermath of the US Capitol explosion? That's not the White house pictured. I know its a nitpick but confusion between those two buildings has always been one of my bugbears.
Oh, sorry. I'll try to edit that when I have the time.
 

Nofix

Marriage Apothecary

Super Smash Bros. Tussle!, known in Japan as Dairantō Smash Brothers Portable, is the fourth game in the Super Smash Bros. series of cross-over fighting games. First released in Japan on December 15, 2010, almost three years after Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Tussle! was later released to North America, Australia, and Europe over the course of 2011. It the seventh highest selling DS games of all time, selling over 15.11 million copies by August of 2016.

Tussle! featured a more extensive event system compared to Brawl, with 100 single event matches (and another 150 available to download over the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection) and 50 coop event matches (with another 25 available to download). Tussle! introduced on-line questing, where players could connect to other games and play coop matches together.

Due to the hardware limitations of the DS, no attempts to replicate the Subspace Emissary from Super Smash Bros. Brawl were made. Instead, Super Smash Bros. Tussle featured a revamped Adventure and Classic Modes, originally debuting in Super Smash Bros. Melee. This version increased the amount of stages you would play in those modes the higher your difficulty setting is, and included many secrets to find in them. The game also introduced a 6th difficulty setting, Ridiculous (Ultra Intense in Japanese), which could only be unlocked by beating a game mode in the five previous difficulties.

Super Smash Bros. Tussle! has a similar roster to Brawl, however it did not include the third party character Snake. Instead, the game included Dixie Kong (from the Donkey Kong series), Prince Fluff (from Kirby's Epic Yawn), and Mega Man. Despite fan complaints, characters like Mewtwo and Dr. Mario did not return.

Reviews for Super Smash Bros. Tussle! were positive, with a rating of 80% or higher on most video gaming sites. The game was praised for its large and diverse character roster, its improvements to game mechanics compared to Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and its variety of multiplayer options. Some criticisms include a lack of single player mode like the Subspace Emissary, and the inability to crossplay between the Wii version and the DS version.

Nofix's Video Game Wikiboxes:
Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem (SNES)
Chrono Break (PS2)
Metroid 64 (N64)
Metroid Dread (DS)
Gorochu (Pokemon Red and Green, GB)
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Fun fact, I actually had most of this write-up done in March of 2017, plus the picture (from here I believe, by Yoshistar) possibly as long. As for why I didn't make this box before? I dunno, I got lazy, I didn't want to finish it up. This was one of two pictures I had for a box from a while back, and now I have one left.

Hint, it's not Metroid.
 
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