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Klinklang
Klinklang
Artwork from Pokémon Black and White

Creator(s)

ShowBuySpirit

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Origin

Pokémon

Klinklang is a Steel-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series. It is the final evolution of Klink, and appears at #132 in the Unova Pokédex and #601 in the National Pokédex.

Klinklang and its evolutionary line are based on gears, adding more gears as they evolve; Klinklang can shift its gears around to adjust its speed and power, as well as charging up energy.

In M.U.G.E.N, Klinklang has been made by ShowBuySpirit, but it is known as Gigigear instead of Klinklang due to the creator being Japanese. It is the animated sprite of Klinklang from Pokémon Black & White, that becomes sped up, slowed down, or changes direction depending on what it is doing. Its moveset consists of electric bolts, gear based attacks and slashing.

Gameplay

Gigigearidle

Gigigear is a 4-button character, using all but (Y)Button-y and (Z)Button-z, though (X)Button-x is only used for two attacks, and both of them are classed as throws. Its attacks are all generally long-ranged and indirect, meaning no actual contact is made by Gigigear itself, instead attacking through projectiles and attacks with infinite priority.

The majority of Gigigear's attacks combo into each other, allowing for long combos if done correctly, but is in no way easy to play as, requiring vast amounts of skill to master the character. Most of Gigigear's combos are done in the air, which is helped by his many launcher based attacks that can be combo'd into from some of his other attacks.

Gigigear's A.I. is incredibly brutal, but also blocks almost all oncoming attacks. Its AI can easily pull off a 53-hit combo that deals just over half the average character's Lifebar without them even getting a chance to recover or break out. Due to the infinite priority and range of its attacks, it's not easy to take down up close, as when it comes to who gets the hit, it will always be Gigigear, thus sending the opponent into a lengthy and damaging combo of which they have to sit through. Projectiles are ideal, but not entirely reliable, as the A.I. will almost always block them and then retaliate.

Stats

Life
1000

Power
2000

Attack
100

Defence
110

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References


Pokémon
Generation I Pokémon AlakazamBeedrillBellsproutBulbasaurChanseyCharizardCharmanderCharmeleonDiglettDittoDoduoFlareonGastlyGengarGyaradosHaunterJigglypuffJolteonKoffingMagikarpMagnemiteMagnetonMarowakMewtwoMukNidokingOmanyteOnixPikachuPsyduckRaichuSnorlaxSquirtleVoltorbWeepinbellWeezingWigglytuff
Generation II Pokémon ChikoritaCyndaquilEnteiFeraligatrHeracrossLugiaScizorTyranitarUmbreonWobbuffet
Generation III Pokémon BlazikenBreloomFlygonGardevoirKyogreMawileMiloticRayquazaRegiceRegisteelSceptileSwampertTorchicZangoose
Generation IV Pokémon ArceusDarkraiDialga & PalkiaGalladeGarchompGiratinaGlaceonLucarioMismagiusPachirisuPorygon-ZRampardosRioluRotom
Generation V Pokémon AudinoChandelureDurantHaxorusKlinklangKyuremLilligantMienshaoOshawottScolipedeSolosisStunfiskZoroark
Generation VI Pokémon ChespinClauncherGreninjaHonedgeSylveon
Humans & Misc. Pokémon Characters Creepy Cursed GhostMissingNo.Red
Stages Bellchime TrailClash of the Weather TrioGateway ColosseumGlitch CityGroudon, Kyogre, and Rayquaza BattleHill of the AncientsKalos Pokémon LeagueMareep GrasslandMt.CoronetOutskirt StandPokemon CenterPokémon 3DPokémon StadiumRoute 7 - Riviere WalkRuins of AlphSpear PillarThe Meeting PlaceType Wild - Field

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