Master Hand (SSB4)
Master Hand returns as the boss of Final Destination at the end of Classic Mode in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U. Master Hand can be accompanied by Crazy Hand with shared HP on intensities 3.0 or above; this happens automatically in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and at the end of the dark ending path in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. When the two lose a certain amount of HP on intensities 5.1 or higher, Master Hand rips open for Master Core to emerge for the final battle.
Master Hand additionally appears in Special Orders as the host of a mode called Master Orders, where players take on one of three challenges issued by Master Hand to earn specific prizes. The more difficult and rewarding challenges require more gold. He appears alongside Crazy Hand and two other characters at the end of the higher-risk Crazy Orders if players have completed enough challenges. Master Hand and Crazy Hand will drop treasure chests containing extra prizes for the beginning portion of the battle.
Master Hand's moveset has undergone drastic changes, losing some of his staple attacks such as the Floor Sweep, Flying Slap, and Tri-Poke. However, they are replaced with some all-new attacks, while some of his older attacks have gained additional properties that make them deadlier.
Changes from Brawl to SSB4
In combination with Crazy Hand
The damage recorded here is only for Master Hand's contribution to the attack. For Crazy Hand's contribution, see Crazy Hand (SSB4).
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