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Lucario
Lucario Pokkén
Artwork from Pokkén Tournament

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Haseo & Noctis' version
Thunderbert's version
Moku's version
Killer_Lucario
Uberos
Ra Lord's version

Origin

Pokémon

Lucario is a Fighting/Steel-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series that has appeared as a playable character in the Super Smash Bros. series starting from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as well as being a playable character in the 3D fighting game, Pokkén Tournament. It is the final evolution of Riolu and has a Mega Evolution known as Mega Lucario. It appears at #116 in the Sinnoh Pokédex and #448 in the National Pokédex.

Lucario are usually very polite and modest; some can even talk using telepathy. They are known as masters of the aura: a power that resides within all beings, but only certain beings can harness its true potential; because of this, Lucario are considered by many to be the strongest Fighting type Pokémon. According to legend, Lucario of the past were teachers to humans and taught the first Martial Arts to them. During the process of Mega Evolution, excess energy that is left over will mix with and contaminate Lucario's auras; this not only leaves large black scars on Mega Lucario's body, but also causes its fighting style to become more feral and savage due to these contaminated auras affecting its mental energies.

In M.U.G.E.N, Lucario has been made by various creators. For all versions other than Moku's, the sprites and animations have been ripped from a Pokémon-based fighting game called Pokémon Type: Wild; Moku's Lucario's sprites are custom-made.

Ðshiznetz's version

Lucariostand

The master of aura has sprites and gameplay from Pokemon: Type Wild. If that certainly isn't enough, this version of Lucario is also packed with a rather brutal and advanced A.I, leaving the weak at a stand.

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Noctis' version

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Noctis' version has Aura Spheres that home in on the opponent, instead of going straight forward, its Iron Tail hits many more times, and it also contains many quick maneuvers involving Lucario shooting past the opponent, dealing damage on the way.

Noctis' version of Lucario is also pretty broken, especially in its Iron Tail move, which it can use to infinitely trap the opponent until they are K.O.'d.

Moku's version

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Lucario generally plays like a shoto-clone, interpreting uppercuts and teleport slides much like Akuma. Despite this, Moku's Lucario has a good amount of its own moves, including a one-hit fire kick, as well as acrobatic escape maneuvers. He can even shoot projectiles and catch the opponent on ground in an aerial kick-off attack.

This Lucario's A.I. isn't as bad as Ðshiznetz's or Noctis' versions, but is still rather brutal. Out of the three Lucario for M.U.G.E.N, Moku's version is arguably the most fair, since the others utilize cheap-broken tactics.

L-Kill

L-Kill (also known as Killer Lucario or Bloodclaw) is a cheap edited version of Ðshiznetz's Lucario by ABSOLUTE-Yveltal, an author notorious for making cheap edits. This edit plays much like Killer Donald by having a similar moveset and effects through it is much different, the first palette sport standard cheapness (full screen attacks, O.H.K.O moves and invisible projectiles), the second palette becomes much cheaper by creating an invisible reversal hitbox and full screen projectile. The third palette has all the cheapness of the 1st and 2nd palettes only the AI takes over, the 11th palette (Blue Blood palette) turns all of L-Kill's effects blue and plays a sad theme in the background, ABSOLUTE stated this palette is suppose to represent sadness. The 12th palette takes a totally different turn, it becomes extremely cheap to the point where L-Kill can kill F1 via the use of Chaos/F1 Killer.

SpiderMew's Green Lantern Lucario

Main Article: Green Lantern Lucario

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