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I am not sure about Galeem taking over the Smash Universe. Somehow, I think Smash-verse (or Smash Universe) is based off the imagination of people that have the Smash Trophies in the real world. The villain that I think of could be the manager of an evil company that steals products and copies them. If I remember the video that talked about the Super Smash Bros Secret Lore, that means the theory could reveal the real villain in the real world, except for Thanos (due to people talking about Galeem as Thanos in the real world, but Thanos is from the Avengers' world). What I think of that villain is that the manager hired spies to steal every piece of the main toy factory's product that every kid adored, the Smash Trophies. During that time in the Smash Universe, Galeem wiped every piece of the universe except for Kirby (which in real life, the toy factory closed). As a result in the real world, the manager of the evil company used it to make profit, making the kids lose interest of the original trophies, but one didn't give up. As a result, Galeem is no other than an evil company manager in the real world and used a goop to copy the trophies, which means the employees of the evil company created the same product and claimed from theirs! It could be false, but this is just a theory. - Chicane (Youtube) —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 20:44, November 2, 2018‎

In the future, sign your posts with four tiles. Also, this is not the proper use of talk pages, see SW:TALK. SugarCookie420 (talk) 20:48, 2 November 2018 (EDT)

I should note that Galeem's initial attack was on a universal scale, not merely a galaxy. Check the first cutscene for proof. It explicitly states "universe" instead of galaxy.

Ancient Seraphims[edit]

Something I haven't seen talked about yet is that Galeem's body vaguely resembles old depictions of seraphims. They were depicted as rather intimidating creatures with six wings and their head in the center. Granted, Galeem only has a sphere for its body but its still an interesting correlation. FissionMetroid101 (talk) 11:13, 3 November 2018 (EDT)

I think its valid to mention this. I remember reading once that Seraphim appearing in the mortal realm is meant to be a sign of the rapture, which takes place before the world is going to end. Galeem does in fact cause the world to 'end', killing everyone off and restarting the universe. So it There is also the fact that all the hands that accompany it are Master Hands. Master Hands are only Right Hands, and in christian mythology 'the right Hand of God' is said to be holy, thats why 'good christians are right handed' and 'only those tainted by the devil are left handed'. Thats why there is a stigma against left handed people in the christian/catholic church.
Ixbran (talk) 02:33, 5 November 2018 (EST)

The hands[edit]

Is it just me, or do some of the hands seem in a more Crazy Hand like position than the others? Also those hands are also right hands for some reason. HWWPoncho (talk) 01:07, 4 November 2018 (EST)

Master Hands are right hands, left hands are crazy hands. So all the hands that appear are Master Hands, none being crazy hands.
Ixbran (talk) 02:33, 5 November 2018 (EST)

The sounds during vaporization[edit]

Okay, so I haven't seen anyone else comment on this, but the sounds when the characters are vaporized sound A LOT like the sounds used when the original 8 flash across the screen in the Smash 64 intro. Whether or not it's relevant to anything major, I don't know, but I find it to be an odd callback to make out of the blue.
Dr.3am (talk) 11:29, 7 November 2018 (EST)

Galeem and Dharkon[edit]

I'm confirmed that Galeem has its evil counterpart, Dharkon. Here is the link: --Dharakjoo (talk) 22:01, 24 November 2018 (EST)

I don't believe it's a good idea to post about Dharkon, especially since it's a spoiler from people who got the game early. SugarCookie420 (talk) 22:37, 25 November 2018 (EST)

Good ending?[edit]

Is there a "good ending" to the game? Both articles say that defeating only Galeem or Dharkon will cause the other to destroy the world. 22:19, 25 November 2018 (EST)

Again, I don't think it's a good idea to talk about the World of Light, since the game still has just under 2 weeks before it's being released, and people want to be kept unspoiled. SugarCookie420 (talk) 22:37, 25 November 2018 (EST)
...can't people just simply avoid the wiki until then? 01:04, 26 November 2018 (EST)
It doesn't work like that, People are bound to check, and a good majority of frantic Smash fans presumably saw the videos before they were taken down, and they'd want somewhere to check and see if what they saw was true. As of now, we're not supposed to do anything with displaying info involving data-mining. And yes, while I am aware that we already done that with the Smash 4 data-mining of updates 1.0.6 and 1.0.8, this time, we're putting our foot down with displaying data-mined information. That includes spoiling the endings of World of Light. SonicSpeed48ThanksgivingSig4.pngSonic, the Thankful SpeedsterFallLovingTigger.png 01:15, 26 November 2018 (EST)
I thought the Wiki wasn't spoiler safe. So when it releases tomorrow or in a few weeks, are we going to reveal the spoilers? George Jones.jpg Corrin Fan Walls Can Fall.jpg 17:34, 6 December 2018 (EST)

Lens Flare Attack[edit]

Ok, is it just me, or when Galeem does the Lens Flare (Off Waves 2.0), does the eye that comes out resemble Dharkon’s? Just wondering, since they look identical to me. DokkanFest (talk) 18:21, 11 January 2019 (EST)DokkanFest

Move names[edit]

Is there any source or are they in any way official in the game rather than plucked out of thin air? Same goes for Dharkon and Master/Crazy Hand's listed moves. If they have no official basis then they don't really belong on this wiki and the move format should return to the list of move descriptions as before (and as the majority of bosses follow). TheDavsto (talk) 00:04, 15 January 2019 (EST)

I've only found one mention in game of Galeem's or Dharkon's attacks (and happens to be the only mention of either of them I can find). Under Tips>Other>Boss it talks about to the two's "time bombs", which is what the mainpage calls "Cross Bombs". As for all of the other moves, I've no idea. Maybe a strategy guide names them somewhere or they are fabricated. They were added back in December 2018 and they've remained since. As for Master & Crazy Hand the same section mentions Iron Ball and Spikes for Master Hand, "Glare" and Gravity Ball for Crazy Hand. --CanvasK (talk) 17:52, May 14, 2020 (EDT)
Yeah a quick internet search seems to yield no official places any of these names appear. They do crop up a few times over the web but I can't help but assume that they were more likely copied from this wiki. It seems increasingly likely that they were made up by some one which means the names should probably go, as is the precedent. TheDavsto (talk) 05:11, May 20, 2020 (EDT)

We tolerate invented names for boss moves because unlike character moves that is very little way to otherwise unambiguously refer to them. Toomai Glittershine ??? The SMASH-GINEER 07:21, May 20, 2020 (EDT)


In the German Versio he is called Kyra. It seems the article refer to this as "Killer" (unsure, about this accuracy), but Kyra or Kaira (a related name) is also a name of two mythological figures "Ra, God of Sun" and "Kaira", supreme Creator-God of Heaven/Light in Turkic Mythology Both resemble Kaira as personification of "Light" and hey are Creator/Sustainer deities, as opposition to Darkness/Chaos. Since I am not a member, someone else might add them in Trivia?

Please fix a line[edit]

Since non-admins can't edit, I'll request it here. Please correct the description of the gallery image of the final world map to say that Galeem is on the right. It says he is on the left. He isn't. —Preceding unsigned comment added by SirSomeguy (talkcontribs) 03:11, June 27, 2020

Rfdc have done it now. 06:57, June 27, 2020 (EDT)

Galeem's gender[edit]

What pronouns are used to refer to Galeem in official text? I know that some characters' official pronouns aren't always the same, such as Birdo, but is Galeem ever officially referred to with male pronouns like it sometimes is on this page? If not, then this page should use inanimate object pronouns to refer to Galeem. (Too bad there aren't any gender-universal singular-only animate pronouns.) —Preceding unsigned comment added by ThighFish (talkcontribs) 21:47, September 13, 2020 (EDT)

Help > How to Play > Adventure > page 1: "...Galeem traps the spirits within puppet fighters and forces them to do his bidding". Therfore male. --CanvasK (talk) 22:03, September 13, 2020 (EDT)
Also at the bottom of the Smash Bros. site, "Meet the fiend known as Galeem. Fighters and spirits will have to team up to stop him before it's too late!" --CanvasK (talk) 22:16, September 13, 2020 (EDT)