When I saw his moveset in Lawl, I felt it didn't fit him, even his Final Smash. Why not base his Moveset on the ENTIRE HISTORY OF NINTENDO!? Here we go!
-Neutral Attack: 9-Volt uses a Nintendo 64 Controller to somehow magically jab the opponent. (The Nintendo 64 was released on June 23, 1996)
-Forward Tilt: 9-Volt swings a Super Famicom/SNES Controller in front of him (The Super Famicom/SNES was released in November 21, 1990 (JP) and August 23, 1991 (US) respectively)
-Up Tilt: 9-Volt swings a Wii Remote overhead. (The Wii was released on November 19, 2006)
-Down Tilt: 9-Volt sets the (unsucessful) Virtual Boy in front of him. (The Virtual Boy was released on July 21, 1995)
-Dash Attack: 9-Volt dashes while swingng a Wii Remote.
-Trip Attack: 9-Volt swings a Wii Nunchuck behind then forward.
-Ledge Attack: 9-Volt thrusts a Wii Remote while getting on the ledge.
-Forward Smash: 9-Volt swings a Hammer from Wrecking Crew in front of him. (Wrecking Crew was released for the Famicom/NES in June 18, 1985 (JP) and October 18, 1985 (US) respectively)
-Up Smash: 9-Volt swings a Wii U Gamepad overhead. (The Wii U was released in December 8, 2012)
-Down Smash: 9-Volt swings a Game Boy and Game Boy Advance in front and behind simultaneously. (The Game Boy and Game Boy Advance were released in April 21, 1989 and March 21, 2001 respectively)
-Neutral Aerial: 9-Volt spins around with Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons in both hands. (The Nintendo Switch was released on March 3, 2017)
-Forward Aerial: 9-Volt swings a Famicom/NES in front of him
-Back Aerial: 9-Volt swings a Nintendo 3DS behind him.(The Nintendo 3DS was released on February 26, 2011)
-Up Aerial: 9-Volt swings a Gamecube above him. (The Gamecube was released on September 24, 2002)
-Down Aerial: 9-Volt swings a Love Tester downwards. It is a Meteor Smash. (The Love Tester was released in 1969 exclusively in Japan)
Grabs and Throws
-Grab: 9-Volt uses an Ultra Hand to grab the opponent. It can be used for recovery. (The Ultra Hand was released on 1966 exclusively in Japan)
-Dash Grab: 9-Volt dashes while using the Ultra Hand to grab the opponent.
-Pummel: 9-Volt squeezes the opponent with the Ultra Hand.
-Forward Throw: 9-Volt uses an Ultra Machine to send the opponent forward. (The Ultra Machine was released in 1967 exclusively in Japan)
-Back Throw: 9-Volt uses an Ultra Machine to send the opponent backwards.
-Up Throw: 9-Volt throws the opponent upward before firing the Super Scope underneath them. (The Super Scope was released in 1992)
-Down Throw: 9-Volt uses his hoverboard to drift on the opponent.
-Wall Jump: No
-Neutral Special - Nintendo Zapper: 9-Volt fires a Nintendo Zapper up to three times. (The Nintendo Zapper was released on February 18, 1984)
-Side Special - Hoverboard: 9-Volt hops on his hoverboard and bashes opponents with it. Almost the same as in Smash Lawl.
-Up Special - Balloon Trip: Same as Villager and Isabelle's Up Special, what did you expect? (Balloon Fight was released on the Famicom/NES in January 22, 1985 (JP) and June 1986 (US) respectively)
-Down Special - Micerogame Bomb: 9-Volt throws a bomb from the WarioWare games. It takes either 4 or 8 seconds to explode. (WarioWare Inc.: Mega Microgame$ was released on the Game Boy Advance on March 21, 2003)
-Final Smash - Nintendo Power: 9-Volt gets his DJ Stand and goes to the background, use the control stick to aim. After a short amount of time, it blasts nostalgic Nintendo music that's so powerful, it actually deals damage.
-Up Taunt: 9-Volt pulls out a random amiibo. (amiibo started production in June 10, 2014)
-Side Taunt: 9-Volt takes out some Hanafuda Cards. (Hanafuda was Nintendo's first product in 1889)
-Down Taunt: 9-Volt pulls out his Nintendo 3DS.
-9-Volt dismounts his hoverboard.
-Same as Wario's.
-9-Volt plays his 3DS, even when the camera zooms into him.
-9-Volt plays his DJ Set.
-9-Volt celebrates victory with his friend, 18-Volt.
-A large "W". Same as Wario's.
-Kirby gets 9-Volt's helmet.
Boxing Ring Title
-"Nintendo's #1 Fan"
I won't be doing Codecs and Guidances anymore, I'll put them in a Blog.
I want to do movesets for 3rd Party Characters like Fuse Man (Owned by Capcom) and Geno (Owned by Square Enix)