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Crash Bandicoot
SSBC - Crash Bandicoot
Symbol TBA
Universe Crash Bandicoot
Debut Crash Bandicoot (1996)
Final Smash The Invincible Aku Aku
Availability Starter
Tier TBA

Crash Bandicoot is the main character of the series of the same name. He debuted in Super Smash Bros. Crusade v0.9.0 as a Newcomer.

General

Crash Bandicoot (クラッシュ・バンディクー/Kurrashu Bandikuu) is the result of the Evolvo-Ray, an invention that can cause animals to "evolve", used on a bandicoot by the evil Dr. Neo Cortex as a means to produce an obedient minion. Not only did the experiment backfire, but Crash Bandicoot has been able to thwart all of Neo Cortex's evil plans with the assistance of his younger sister Coco and friendly spirit trapped within a mask, Aku Aku. In his respective games, he is agile, strong, and although has random acts of stupidity, is really quite clever.

Attributes

Crash Bandicoot is a rather unique character as, while he has more or less average range in his melee attacks, his Crate Toss and Fruit Bazooka allow him to outzone numerous other characters with surprising efficiency. Crash's mobility is remarkable as well, since he can use his Spin Attack to maneuver around the stage and put pressure onto his opponents as well as recover with ease with his Jetpack. His smash attacks all have low startup and ending lag and his Spin Attack is an easy and hard to punish K.O. option. Crate Throw can stop enemy projectiles or items in their tracks, but the crate is broken in the process. The Wumpa Bazooka gives Crash unmatched edgeguarding capability which can give Crash a practically guaranteed K.O. once the opponent is off the stage.

However, Crash does have a few glaring flaws. His light weight and overall floatiness in the air makes him vulnerable and susceptible to combos or even a 0-to-Death under the right circumstances. His projectiles can be reflected back at him which can make for a disadvantage when going up against fighters like Mario, or Fox. Crate Throw can be used to stop these projectiles, but Crash takes a second to prepare and throw the crate, making it a risky technique. Spin Attack can keep opponents away from Crash, but he can only use it for up to three seconds and then it goes into a cooldown. During this time, Crash cannot spin again which relieves him of part of his recover-ability. Finally, Crash's Jetpack can be gimped easily which leaves him helpless when off the stage. Aside from his flaws, Crash is a very versatile character with very few weaknesses and many strong-suits making him a perfect character for beginners to learn, but a difficult character to master.

Crash Bandicoot's Normal Moves

Combo

  • Crash does two punches and a Headbutt. First and two hits deal 3% while the third deals 4%

Side Tilt

  • Crash quickly turns around and bumps opponents with his behind.

Up Tilt

  • Crash does a Headbutt. Deals 10%

Down Tilt

  • Crash does a downward kick. Deals 10%

Dash Attack

  • Crash does a sliding kick. Deals 14%

Side Smash

  • Crash uses a hammer to smash the opponents. Deals 12% uncharged, 20% fully charged.

Up Smash

  • Crash does an upward punch. Deals 12% uncharged, 20% fully charged.

Down Smash

  • Crash does a spinning kick (possibly his Gyro Jackhammer from Crash: Mind Over Mutant) that does 9 hits. The 8 hits deal 1% (even when it's fully charged), while the last one deals 4% uncharged, 12% in total, last hit deals 12% fully charged, 20% in total.

Neutral Air

  • Out of nowhere, Crash's jetboard from Crash 2 appears and Crash does a stunt.

Forward Air

  • Crash does a forward slap. Deals 10%

Up Air

  • Crash does an upward kick. Deals 11%

Back Air

  • Crash does an backward kick. Deals 11%

Down Air

  • Crash uses his Belly Slam, works as Meteor Smash. Deals 13%

Pummel

  • Crash does a punch. Deals 2%

Forward throw

  • Crash throws the opponent forward. Deals 10%

Back throw

  • Crash throws the opponent backward. Deals 10%

Up throw

  • Crash spins around and throws the opponent upward. Deals 10%

Down throw

  • Crash slaps the opponent two times. First hit deals 3% with second deals 4%

Ledge Attack

  • Crash jumps and kicks with boot feet. Deals 7%

Get Up Attack

  • Crash jumps while doing a headbutt. Deals 8%

Crash Bandicoot's Special Moves

Type Name Description
Neutral Special Spin Attack Crash's signature attack. He starts spinning and damages foes. It can be held out to approximately 3 seconds.
Side Special Crate/TNT/Nitro Toss

Crash either throws a Crate, a TNT or Nitro Crate:

Crate: If it doesn't hit anything it will lay on the ground a few seconds. Can stop thrown Items and projectiles.

TNT: If it hits something, it will explode. If not, it will lay on ground and explode after 3 seconds.

Nitro: Explodes if it hits something. Doesn't lay on ground, it will explode instantly.

Up Special Jetpack Crash uses his Jetpack from Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and flies upwards. He can use his Spin Attack while flying.
Down Special Fruit Bazooka Crash takes out his Bazooka from Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped. You can aim it with up and down and fire with a button. Pressing Down Special again will cancel the attack as well as the taunt button. The Special doesn't cancel on it's own.
Final Smash The Invincible Aku Aku Crash uses Aku Aku as if he just collected 3 Masks. He is invincible and will damage and knockback any foes he touches. It lasts for 10 seconds.

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Trivia

  • In the original games, Crash's Spin Attack can reflect all manner of projectiles. However in Project Crusade, the spin does not reflect them.
  • Crash cannot die by falling into the lower blast zone when his Final Smash is still active. He will stay in his falling animation until the Final Smash ends. This was fixed in the 0.9.1. update.
  • The Down Special is hard to cancel as you have to press Down and B again. You aim with down and fire with B so you will likely end up aiming down and shooting Wumpa fruits. Thankfully the Taunt button and Shield button may cancel the attack as well.
  • Crash's taunt is from Crash Bash, where Crash acts like a chicken to taunt his opponents, as if he was saying, "What are you, chicken?"