Creator: DarklordKeinor BGM: "Tenchi Hou Take" from Fate/Stay Night Fight BGM: "Final Destination" from Super Smash Bros. Brawl Main Power-Up: Fire Flower 1-Ups: 1 Kelly: No
Master Hand greets you at the start and awaits you at the end. Bring your A-game, because this level doesn't hold back!
At the start of the stage, a Primid leaps down at you from a pair of bricks. You can bounce off it to reach them, and you'll find an invisible block with a 1-Up above. It's the only one in the level, too.
At the end of the first section, a Primid on the bottom right seems to be jumping on nothing. It's actually the entrance pipe to a bonus chamber absolutely loaded with coins. An RMN coin is down there as well.
An extension of the previous secret; jumping along the right wall of the bonus vault reveals an invisible block with a fire flower. In a level as tough as this, you need all the fire power you can get.
In the right of the two doors, you'll find another bonus fire flower hidden in a block against the right wall. If you didn't use up all the ones in the nexus, then you'll be all set when you hit the checkpoint up above.
- Above the Hammer Bro near the start.
- Inside the bonus vault.
- In the middle of the nexus.
- In an alcove shortly after the checkpoint.
- Over a small pit before the level's end.
Mini-Boss: The Koopa KlanEdit
It's important to note that you only have to complete one of the two paths to move on from the nexus. If this battle proves too tough, you can always try the door on the right instead.
Boss: Master HandEdit
It's a showdown with the big boss of Smash Bros.! Master Hand's two forms of attack consist of firing flaming bullets and jumping/slamming his fist down. The platform won't break, so the only way to win is to wear down his unbelievable 20 HP (100 if you're spitting fireballs).
The key to beating Master Hand is in your little pink friend, Mr. Saturn. When thrown, Saturn can score multiple hits on Master Hand, tearing down that 20 HP like it's nothing. You still need to be sharp at dodging fireballs and slams, but the fire flowers can help you stay alive, too.
Originally, the fire flowers that spawned during the fight were hammer suits. This was changed out for balance purposes in favor of more Smash-style weaponry.