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Final Destination
Finalcrus
Series Smash icon
Availability Starter
Appearances Super Smash Bros., Melee, Brawl, Crusade
Legality Legal

Final Destination has appeared in every Smash Bros. game to date, and it returns in Crusade. Like in Brawl, the stage is a starter stage.

This stage isn't a home stage to anyone currently on the roster.

Stage Appearance

Final Destination is one of the most basic stages in the game; it is simply a flat floating stage with no hazards to speak of. This simplicity makes the stage very ideal for competitive play. Because it has no platforms and the stage isn’t that big horizontally, heavy projectile users may have a slight edge on this stage.

In every Smash game, Final Destination gets a makeover, and with its inclusion in Crusade it got a new look as well. While the basic idea is still intact (a floating platform somewhere in the depths of the Smash Universe), the platform has received a new look. In v0.8 the current look of Final Destination is subject to change.

In Classic mode, players fight Master Hand on Final Destination for the last stage.

Music Tracks

Final Destination has always had memorable music to play in the background, and Crusade includes the best of those themes.

  1. Vs. Giga Bowser (Melee)
  2. Boss Battle Theme (Brawl)
  3. Final Destination (Brawl)
  4. Vs. Master Hand (64)

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