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This article is about Simon's appearance in Super Smash Flash 2 . For general information about the character, see
Simon Belmont. Simon is a playable veteran unlockable character in . His reveal was shown during the Day 1 livestream at Super Smash Flash 2 Super Smash Con 2018. His appearance is based on his design in the game Castlevania Chronicles, in which Simon has long red hair and black armor. Simon's moveset mainly consists of attacks with his whip, the Vampire Killer, along with several items he uses in the . Simon's Castlevania series forward aerial and back aerial can be angled upwards and downwards. He is the only character in the game as of now capable of angling his aerials.
Simon will be available in the future release of
SSF2 Beta 1.2.
Swings his whip in a circle once.
Continues to swing his whip as long as the attack button is held down. By pressing the directional buttons, the whip will move accordingly.
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Swings his whip downwards.
Swings his whip at a low height while spinning. High range.
Brings his whip backwards, then swings it in an arc forwards. Somewhat high range and ending lag.
Does a hook upwards. Low range.
Swings his whip upwards twice. A two-hit move, second hit has more upwards range than the first hit. Connecting both hits is somewhat hard.
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Dashes while quickly spinning his whip. Deals 5 hits, finishing with very horizontal knockback.
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Spins his whip around himself.
Whipcracks in front of him, being more powerful at the tip. This attack can be angled upwards or downwards to change its direction but overall deals the same damage and knockback in all ways.
Turns around and whipcracks backwards, being more powerful at the tip. Similarly to his forward aerial, this attack can also be angled upwards or downwards to change its direction but overall deals the same damage and knockback in all ways.
Swings his whip upwards. Somewhat high range and low power, making it a good juggling tool. Has a special tiped hit.
Performs a stall-then-fall divekick similar to the ones performed by most protagonists upon obtaining the ability to double jump. Simon will bounce upwards upon contact with an opponent.
Reaches out with one hand.
Knees the opponent.
Chucks opponents forward.
Slams opponents down on the ground. High knockback angle.
Throws opponents at the ground, damaging them. They are sent up afterwards.
Slams the opponent downwards with his whip, hitting them upwards.
Kicks behind him, then kicks in front of him.
Kicks opponents as he climbs back up.
Swings onto the stage with his whip from a Ring Grapple and says, " To arms!".
Puts his whip on the ground and says " If you will fight, then stand resolute!".
Holds his whip out and says "I will destroy you!"
A remix of the flourish that plays whenever Simon clears a stage in the original .
Swings his whip, then looks at the screen, saying " That's the power of the Belmont!".
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Simon Belmont's confirmation as a playable character in Super Smash Flash 2 came only two days after his confirmation as a playable character in . Coincidentally, the two versions of the character feature similar movesets.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Simon, like Bowser and Pichu, was sprited solely by .