That startup - as well as the ending lag - kills it. (This move was thought up before Dante's move in MvC3, that's similar to this, was created.) Ever. Baby Bowser deals 120%. In Battle Royale, he is a summon character, like Fawful. Kamek swipes his wand in a large arc similar to Zelda’s Up Tilt. Kamek can summon up to two Koopa Troopas at a time. The attack deals 10%. The first costume is based on his default appearance in most games. This taunt deals very small levels of damage but has a very small hitbox and deals no knockback. Kamek throws his head backwards and starts snoring, his arms dropped down by his sides. Age: Unknown. It's a fun move to use in 3/4 player matches, as you can hit several opponent with this attack. Kamek takes out his broom and sweeps either side of him, using it to get back to his feet. Kamek’s warp will travel less distance but he will cast a spell as he vanishes and reappears dealing damage to nearby enemies. Uthrow: Kamek swirls the opponent in the air and throws them upward (again, with magic). Unlike in Yoshi's Island, these will actually hurt the opponents. Kamek launches magic attack at his enemy. While this move doesn't deal much. He focuses more on the unpredictablility aspect of being a summoner, therefore being a more traditional one. Kemek gets up and hits the enemy with his wand. Kamek stands with his wand at the ready, his band moving up and down slowly as he breaths. This makes Kamek a dangerous character. If this attack hits the enemy then they will suffer the same effects as a poisoned Mushroom. Propels Kamek forward slightly and turns him around. Recolours by NantenJex. ), nevertheless he has a clearly defined character and very important role in the lore. Rtaunt: Kamek adjusts his glasses. They help Kamek play defensively, which is what he does best. Check out how this page has evolved in the past. 3)Mario:The Hero of the Mushroom Kingdom is longtime nemesis of the Koopa Troop. This will cause a variety of status effects such as sleeping, dizziness or shrinking enemies. They deal 16%. All right throw. It will not actively pursue enemies. It will not actively pursue enemies. 1 Background. It can even change direction mid-flight. His summon abilities rival those of Fawful's. This Guest Article was written by Dedicated Specialist. Plus we need more magicians as well, so Kamek should fit best. When on the ground players will likely be dodging constantly with Kamek. Kamek will fly past the camera, come to a rest and laugh. He is a recurring antagonist in Yoshi and Mario games, although many of his roles are indirect ones. Kamek jumps into the air. Kamek awkwardly runs forward almost stumbling on his robes. A VERY unpredictable character, mainly due to his summoning. You can control Baby Bowser! He can glide, but that won't help him in the long run (it does aid his crazy good recovery, though). It will also reflect projectiles. Dsmash: Kamek lifts up his staff and crouches down. For casual play, however, it can. He then throws the staff at the opponent (it locks on), and it returns to him, in a boomerang-esque fashion. If your opponent does something stupid, you can punish them with this move, but you can punish with better moves. Good knockback, but like Fthrow, no combo ability. Latest posts by Joshua 'NantenJex' Goldie, Kamek’s first potential appearance was in, Despite his key role as Bowser’s foster father, Kamek as an individual is not widely acknowledged or recognised outside of the, The first costume is based on his default appearance in most games. He is a young, homosexual, nerdy Magikoopa who is best friends with Bowser Junior and Joseph, despite often being made fun of by them. If it hits then shapes will float around the enemy’s head. As for Broom Ride, it's mainly good for recovery, as stated before. Deals 6%. Dtilt: Kamek swings his staff at the opponent while crouching. Images were taken from: Kamek swipes with his wand forward dealing electrical damage. Goombas can be defeated if they sustain enough damage. Still, you need to be on a larger stage for it to work very well, hindering its use. Kamek waves both arms up and down furiously. Grab: Kamek uses a magical force with his staff to grab the opponent. As of Tier List 3, Kamek is tied for 9th with Marx. This acts as a projectile Anti-Air, and it can be aimed left and right. If your opponent can get in on Kamek, he'll have a hard time getting out. At least on the ground. Kamek looks at the camera and laughs sinisterly. Nice range, although it's lacking in priority. Append content without editing the whole page source. View wiki source for this page without editing. The last of which launches the opponent. Usmash: Kamek holds his staff while placing it on the ground. Kamek throws his enemy upwards and then shoots a series of magic spells at them, similar to Mewtwo’s forward throw. When you do, wait for the Goomba to attack, then simply rinse and repeat. See pages that link to and include this page. A max of two fireballs can hit, but only uncharged. It initially travels faster than Magic Blast but quickly slows down. but they have small hitboxes. The best thing you can do is land some attacks or summon some minions and pray your opponent doesn't punish you. Kamek would be one of the slowest characters in the game for walking and running speed. Whether he was hallucinating or not, he could've sworn he saw a sparkling aura around it. The sixth is based off the unrelated minor character Psycho Kamek in Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga. Unfortunately, most of the larger stages are banned in Competitive play, so it can't be used there. Great knockback but low damage. This is an interesting Fsmash, although it's only useful in 2 player matches. Bowser's evil henchmen who's success rate is probably higher than Bowser's. His appearance isn’t that distinct, looking exactly like the generic Magikoopa enemies (he even shares the same name as them in Japan! Kamek headbutts his opponent similar to Mario. 1.1 Prequel Games; However, they come with a rainbow trail of magic that lingers for a few frames even after Kamek has finished the attack. Kamek can only summon one Toadie at a time. If you're playing on a larger stage, however, this Final Smash can be relatively useful. If the enemy is holding an item when they are hit by this attack, then there is a chance Kamek will steal it. Deals 7%. These don't break the ground like in Yoshi's Island. Really fast and eh damage. Watch headings for an "edit" link when available. Kamek summons two geysers either side of him. Leaves behind a trail of rainbow magic that lingers for a few frames. The next three are all based on the colours used for the other Magikoopa enemies. Overall he would most resemble Zelda, casting mid ranged spells that alternate between heavy hits and multiple light blows. Kamek will summon a Goomba. The bats and Shy Guys do nothing and simply run away after they're unleashed, but you can use whatever item falls out. One fireball deals 9% uncharged, 13% fully. Kamek is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Battle Royale. This is an extremely useful recovery as it can save Kemek from death anywhere on the stage. Some good distance on this move and pretty good damage, but a lot of startup. Super Smash Bros. Battle Royale Characters, More Super Smash Bros. Battle Royale Wiki. Kamek’s glasses slip slightly off his face showing his closed eyes. Utaunt: Kamek waves his wand around in circles, laughing. Click here to toggle editing of individual sections of the page (if possible). Does not deal much damage but will linger on the stage for a long time. However, he's SLOW. Despite his key role as Bowser’s foster father, Kamek as an individual is not widely acknowledged or recognised outside of the Mario and Yoshi series. Kamek will dash forward and get on his broom, passing through enemies similar to Fox Illusion. The range on most of his physical attacks is pretty bad, but as for the moves themselves, they get the job done surprisngly well. Kamek rides on Baby Bowser, who roars, making the stage shake. Kamek vanishes and reappears nearby. Kamek will summon a Koopa Troopa. Kamek casts an ice spell below him, Knocks foes upwards. You and your opponent can pick up these blocks and throw them. Nair: Kamek forms a quick, small barrier around him. Not known. Kamek is a powerful Magikoopa character from the Super Mario series. Deals 2%. 1)Bowser:Kamek raised Bowser and is probably thinks of Bowser as a son(Or vice-versa). Kamek will fly back and forth along the top of the stage casting covering the area in rainbow coloured dust. He's also very slow, in both the air and on the ground. In the air, he moves much faster and has several useful attacks. He's not powerful like Bowser and Ganondorf are, but he's actually in the top half of the cast for how easily he can KO opponents. The fifth is based off his expy, Kammy Koopa in the, Are they mirrored when they face left: No, Kamek tilts are powerful and have low ending lag. Kamek is a major character in the Yoshi series but he’s also a minor character in the Mario series, seeing more focus in the RPG and spin off games. Do I really need to explain why? It's essentially Kamek's magic reversed from the last level (6-8) in Yoshi's Island. The inability to use it in the air is a bad thing (imagine this move and Broom Cancelling together), but overall, it's a solid move that should be used wisely. Koopa Troopa's and Paratroopa's, however, are much more useful. The range isn't great (. He wears boots, has a broom to ride on and a magic staff. Does not deal any damage but can travel a long distance. Seventh is a black outfit to contrast with the white one and finally, we have an outfit based on Kamella from Super Mario Galaxy. Super Smash Bros. Battle Royale Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Wikidot.com Terms of Service - what you can, what you should not etc. More can be found out about that on its page. Click here to edit contents of this page. This is a tether grab, which also acts as a tether recovery. I hope this character important to the history of Mario, Yoshi and Bowser has been shown to be interesting and versatile enough to make it into, Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window).