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Chespin
Chespin PSMD
Artwork from Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon

Creator(s)

Satanchu

Oldest version

Satanchu's first version (2013)

Newest version

Dylanius9000's version (2016)

Origin

Pokémon

Chespin is a Grass-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series. It is the first stage of the Chesnaught evolution family and the Grass type starter of the Kalos region. It appears at #001 in the Central Kalos Pokédex and #650 in the National Pokédex.

Chespin are very curious by nature, though this tends to get them into trouble. They shield themselves from attackers with their hard shells and strike back by stiffening their head spikes and stabbing the attacker with them.

In M.U.G.E.N, Chespin has been created twice by Satanchu. The first version is a spriteswap of Kung Fu Man (animations, commands and Arcade storyboard) with hints of SuperMario64's coding. The second version is more custom.

Satanchu's first version

SCChespinidle

Past its quirky sprites and cute poses lies an abomination that combines the animations and commands of Kung Fu Man, coding (claimed to be accidentally) taken from SuperMario64 and victory quotes taken from Satanchu's cancelled Bowser character.

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Satanchu's second version

SCBoxingChespinIdle

Remade entirely from scratch, Satanchu's second version of Chespin appears to have joined Hitmonchan and Crabrawler in the Pokémon boxing club. Just like the previous version, almost none of its moves reference the source. Instead, it has a bizarre movepool that includes various Pokémon assists, and even Mario items. In terms of gameplay, it's an improvement from the last version, but that's not saying a lot.

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