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Wily Castle

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Mega Man Symbol
Universe Mega Man
Appears in Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U
Home stage to Mega Man
Availability Starter
Crate Type Futuristic
Tournament legal (SSBWU/3DS)
Singles Banned
Doubles Banned

Wily Castle, named Wily Base (ワイリー基地 Wairī Kichi?) in Japan, is a stage based on Dr. Wily's fortress from the second game in the Mega Man series. The stage was introduced in both versions of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U as a starter stage, with a few differences: the Wii U version takes place at night, while the 3DS version takes place during the day.

Design

The stage is a platform stage with platforms from the Mega Man games, such as Guts Man's platforms and Bright Man's. Around every minute the Yellow Devil will appear from the castle to interfere with the battle. Hitting the Yellow Devil's weak point (its eye) multiple times will cause it to explode, harming all nearby opponents except the one who gave the finishing blow. If it isn't destroyed, the Yellow Devil will go away and come back again later.

Songs in My Music

3DS

  • Mega Man 2 Medley
  • Mega Man 2 Retro Medley

Wii U

  • Mega Man 2 Medley
  • Cut Man Stage
  • Quick Man Stage
  • Air Man Stage
  • Spark Man Stage
  • Shadow Man Stage
  • Mega Man Retro Medley
  • Mega Man 2 Retro Medley
  • Mega Man 3 Retro Medley
  • Mega Man 4-6 Retro Medley

Origin

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The Wily Castle (ワイリー城?) from Mega Man 2 was the first Wily Castle to appear in the Mega Man series. After defeating the eight Robot Masters in the game, Mega Man invades the castle to stop Dr. Wily. The Yellow Devil is a boss that appeared in the first Mega Man game and has become a staple in the series.

The different moving platforms that appear on this stage are from various games:

  • Mega Man 2: (Wii U) A platform that moves on rails, from Crash Man's stage and Wily Stage 4. Also, similar to the platforms from Guts Man's stage and Wily Stage 4 in the first game, they can drop any player that is on them when it passes by a dotted rail.
  • Mega Man 4: (3DS) The curved platforms from Bright Man's stage.
  • Mega Man 4: (3DS) The platforms from the boss room in Wily Stage 2.
  • Mega Man 6: (3DS) The flying platforms from Tomahawk Man's stage.

Trophy Descriptions

Dr. Wily

(NSTC) A mad scientist from the Mega Man series who develops deadly robots to try and take over the world. He's not above stealing the robots made by other scientists and modifying them for his own evil ends, either. Dr. Wily has a tendency to beg for forgiveness when Mega Man inevitably defeats him; those tears don't look all that genuine, honestly...

(PAL) A mad scientist from the Mega Man series who develops deadly robots to help him take over the world. He's also not above taking robots made by other scientists and modifying them for his own evil ends. Dr. Wily has a tendency to beg for forgiveness when Mega Man inevitably defeats him, but he never learns.

Trivia

  • Wily Castle, alongside Battlefield, Final Destination, Boxing Ring and Gaur Plains, are the only stages that are in both versions of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
  • It should be noted that the 3DS version is more diverse in the Mega Man series than the Wii U version.

Gallery

Wii U

Nintendo 3DS

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