Hanenbow (Super Smash Bros.)

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Hanenbow (Super Smash Bros.)
Get ready to mash your jump button for this one!
Type: Stage
Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Franchise: Super Smash Bros.


Hanenbow is an unlockable stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and a Starter Stage in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. It is based on the Nintendo DS game Electroplankton.

Bad Qualities

  1. The stage is small, making it take a while to hit the leaves and hard to hit opponents without hitting the leaves.
  2. There is no music in the Brawl version, making it next-level tedious and unfair.
  3. The players will be jumping a lot due to the platforms being spaced out.
  4. The water portion does not act like water. Instead, if you fall into the water, you just ended up falling down the bottomless pit to your doom after getting on the water, which really sucks.
  5. In Brawl's 28th Event Match, called Flower Blooms, the player has to make all the leaves red but due to how hard the layout is, and the leaves moving players get confused unless they search on the Internet, like YouTube or SmashWiki, how to hit leaves.

Good Qualities

  1. This stage thankfully, has music in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
  2. The stage is banned from tournaments due to its size.
  3. The Battlefield and Omega forms of this stage are a lot more doable than the normal forms.

Trivia

  • In Ultimate, if the music on this stage's default form is set to Electroplankton (Original), it will stop playing while Final Smashes are active (due to the music being tied to the Hanenbow themselves, which disappear during Final Smashes). This does not occur with any other stage or song, including its Ω and Battlefield forms.
  • In Ultimate, the following Assist Trophies cannot appear on this stage: the Moon, Kapp'n, Devil and the Squid Sisters. Additionally, Lunala cannot be summoned on this stage.

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