Don't mess with the Puff
Zoroark seems to be the most popular for replacing Lucario. I can't say anything about it though, since I haven't kept much track of the latest generation of Pokemon. I played the Red, Gold, and much later Platinum I think; that's it.
In related news though, rather than worrying about kicking Pokemon, can we talk more about kicking or de-cloning the three Star Fox characters before they, to my dismay, decide to keep all three and THEN throw in Krystal as another exact clone? Don't worry guys, she'll get a Green Landmaster.
Also, de-cloning Ganondorf would be top on my list of things to do for the game. He's got plenty enough moves to be his own character. Trident, flaming bats, lightning ball, Ganon Spirit Bomb, sword, the works. I don't know what was going through their heads when they decided to make Ganondorf a clone of Captain Falcon.
Let's see, they can either remove Toon Link or de-clone him as well. They could make Toon Link go on the more 2D side of the Zelda games, using things like the magic rods and canes, sword beam, hurricane spin, and change his final smash to Bombos or the Hurricane Spin itself. I'd prefer removal of Toon Link though, as that'd leave more room for an entirely unique Zelda character like Ghirahim or Midna.
Same goes for Lucas. I do honestly play Lucas over Ness because of PK Freeze and a not as easily terminated PK Thunder, but there was talk about how they want customization employed into the game, and that claim would be a perfect opportunity to combine the moves of all the current clones into one.
I'd also like to add that despite all the brand spanking new clones that came with Brawl, they removed Mewtwo who's only similar move to Lucario was Shadow Ball.
Last edited by BossFight; 03-28-2012 at 04:52 AM.
Hoo boy, I've got a not-so-serious bone to pick with you and your clone talk, son.
Lucario is the only character with a passive ability
I would like to see him in the next smash