04 Oct 2021 12:36 PM +00:00

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl: Danny Phantom, Lincoln Loud, Lucy Loud, Nigel Thornberry Movesets Revealed

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl developers have just revealed moveset showcases for Danny Phantom, Lincoln Loud, Lucy Loud, and Nigel Thornberry. Similar to characters previously revealed before them, they'll include references to their own shows with their attacks.

Here's what we know about these characters.

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Danny Phantom

As seen above, Danny Phantom - our half-human, half-ghost hero - is introduced as an agile fighter, one who can quickly reposition himself throughout the stage. Instead of hard-hitting moves, Danny's moveset are focused on speed and utility, getting him to the right place and right time quickly to score a clean hit. Danny's attacks don't always hit hard but they cover a large area.

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Lincoln Loud

One of the characters from The Loud House series, Lincoln Loud is one of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl's more unlikely fighters. Rather than showing off any martial prowess, Lincoln's attacks are mostly his hobbies and antics, as seen in the The Loud House show.

Playstyle-wise, Lincoln looks unassuming, but he excels at keeping foes off the stage, as several attacks can loop into itself. When used near a ledge, Lincoln's attacks are often great options to prevent foes from recovering back to the platform.

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Lucy Loud

Unlike most character reveals, Lucy Loud is confirmed to be one of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl's more technical characters. Similar to her brother, Lucy mostly has thematic attacks that reflects her gothic personality in The Loud House. However, she's got a special system that revolves around landing her Neutral Special attack, Dark Bite.

When Lucy lands this bite, she can access her Vampire or Ghost forms, as seen in her surrounding aura. Vampire form shows Lucy with bats flying around her, while Ghost form surrounds her with smoke. Her special moves get something different when used in Vampire or Ghost form. Overall, the Vampire form adds more offensive pressure and Ghost Form implements some utility that allows Lucy to safely move around to escape or surprise foes.

For players who want rewards for playing a difficult character, Lucy Loud is a great pick.

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Nigel Thornberry

Nigel Thornberry from The Wild Thornberries preserves his jovial attitude to almost anything and can look comedically harmless to foes. However, Nigel is one of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl's heavy hitters in-game. With some of his attacks mimicking and calling animals from the wild, Nigel's hits can be devastating when landed cleanly.

Nigel has the unassuming Flick attack, which has a tiny hitbox, so it's difficult to land. However, a strong hit or even an assured knockout can occur if he lands it well on a foe. Players wanting to go all in on power and fun should consider Nigel Thornberry once the game releases.