Ness Name: Ness

Game Series: Earthbound/Mother
First Appearance: Earthbound (1995)

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  • Meet in Subspace Emissary
  • Reflect 10 Projectiles
  • Play 5 VS Matches

Alternate Costumes

Special Moves

 PK Flash
Ness's neutral move is a pseudo-charge move. It has Ness send out a small pulse of green energy upwards. Its direction can be adjusted slightly while charging. Once you have decided you have charged enough, or you have fully charged, the energy gets released in what is a massive green energy explosion that does considerable damage to anyone caught in the vicinity Special Move - Neutral
 PK Fire
Ness's side move has Ness shoot out some fire. This fire travels horizontally and once hits the enemy, will catch them within a fire pillar and cause multiple hits all doing decent damage Special Move - Side
 PK Thunder
Ness's up special is a rather unique recovery move in the fact that you have to control a projectile into yourself. If you successfully do this, then Ness will be shot in the direction the PK Thunder was moving. If the PK Thunder hits an opponent while in transit, it will stop and just do the damage. However, it carries a trail which also damages, just without ending the attack

Special Move - Up
 PSI Magnet
Ness's down attack is a mighty defense against projectiles. Ness creates an energy ball around him. This ball absorbs projectile weapons and other non-physical attacks such as fire and heals Ness with it. Despite this, he is still vulnerable to physical attacks so be sure to quickly move if someones coming towards you Special Move - Down

Final Smash

 PK Starstorm
Ness's final smash has Ness calling upon a massive Meteor Shower. Many meteors come down from above, doing damage to anyone they hit. Due to their nature, it is easy for the opponent to see where they're coming from and avoid them, so a better strategy is to push the enemy into it. These meteors have a nice white glow to them Final Smash

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