Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Powdered Toast Man, Reptar, Oblina Revealed

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Ludosity revealed more of the Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl roster and offered an overview of the new characters' skillsets in deep-dive trailers. This time, the developers covered all parts of the character spectrum, including a heavy hitter, a speedy ranged attacker, and one that's a bit of an enigma wrapped in a powder-sugar mystery.

Nickolodeon All-Star Brawl Oblina


Oblina comes to us from Ahh! Real Monsters and lays down the scare on her foes by threatening them with good, reliable attacks with far ranges. Adding to this advantage, Oblina is also fast and small, which make her a difficult target to lock down when she gets started.

She's an all-rounder with good normal attacks and versatile strong attacks that let her excel in any situation. Additionally, she has the Garbage Breath special attack that lobs toxic waste at foes. Unlike most projectiles, Oblina's Garbage Breath stays around for a short time and keeps foes from approaching.

Overall, Oblina's kit seems well-rounded for players who want a solid character with good tools all-around as their main strength.

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Nickolodeon All-Star Brawl Reptar

Ludosity describes Reptar as the slowest and heaviest fighter in the roster. However, the upside is Reptar's raw strength. His hits might be slow, but they lay on some serious hurt. Additionally, the Rugrats character also has a great selection of special moves that reach far and can even armor through enemy attacks.

Those who just want to keep landing hard hits despite all odds should consider playing as Reptar in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl.


Nickolodeon All-Star Brawl Powdered Toast Man

Finally is Powdered Toast Man. This Ren and Stimpy character is a great choice both for players who want to just have fun and who want push themselves with a challenge. Ludosity said Powdered Toast Man is a silly pick with self-referential, hard-hitting attacks that often lock him in a disadvantage due to this speed. The character is not only a joke because of his looks, but also because his attacks work randomly.

On the other side of his silly coin, Powdered Toast Man has been given a "Shine" move which can be found on his Down Special move called Armored Crust. The developers have confirmed that it works like Super Smash Bros. Melee Fox's Reflector move. Whether Powdered Toast Man will be a high-difficulty character with a rewarding playstyle or a just a joke character remains to be seen.


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