Maxwell is the main character/protagonist in Scribblenauts, Super Scribblenauts, Scribblenauts Remix, Scribblenauts Unlimited, and Scribblenauts Unmasked.He is a boy that has small black eyes and will always have a smile on his face (even if he were to die (except Scribblenauts Unmasked)). His job is to find Starites and Starite Shards anywhere he can search, often to save someone or something.
Entrance: Written to Life
A stylus (its colour depending on the player's colour) drags Maxwell onto the stage.
In the Scribblenauts games, the player can move any object they created using their stylus.
Neutral B: Write It!
Maxwell writes in his notebook and brings a random object to life. There are so many outcomes, I'll just have put a link to show them all:Almost Everything. But wait! That's STILL not all of them! Opponents and even FINAL SMASHES can also be summoned to life!
Objects summoned will be more useful if Max has more damage. If Maxwell has low damage the only opponents he can summon is joke characters like Sonny Slaven. If Max has more damage, he can summon better characters. However that character will always only have one stock, and once it's gone, they're gone. Final Smashes are also more likely to happen with more damage.
A list of seen objects
- A computer mouse (most likely a throwing item)
- An AK-47 (Fires projectiles)
- A rock (Does nothing. If Papa Louie's boulder hits it it'll KO him.)
Pretty much anything can be summoned, but I don't want this page to be TOO long so I'll cut it short.
In the Scribblenauts games, the player is required to write non-copyrighted nouns on Maxwell's notepad to bring the written noun to life as an object. Certain objects are needed to help obtain certain starites.
Side B: Add An Adjective
Maxwell throws a random adjective in front of him. Like in his Neutral B, there are so many possibilities, there's no way I can type them all. If it catches someone they will be affected by that adjective in some way.
At low damage, Max can only throw visual adjectives, for example, colours.
At higher damage though, Max will throw more affective adjectives. In case of examples, throwing the word "Fat" at someone will make them slower and heavier.
After a while, the opponent will lose that adjective and turn back to normal.
These adjectives can also affect shields. They can make them bigger and more efficient or they can shrink their size to increase the chance of it breaking. Of course, like the opponents, there are many other ways of changing the shield's looks and nature.
However, adjectives will turn direction when hit, and the adjective will affect Maxwell if it touches him.
A list of seen adjectives:
- Green (turns the opponent green)
- Fat (makes opponents slower and heavier)
- Colossal (turns things huge)
- Tall (makes an opponent tall)
- Dead (instantly KOs)
- Winged (gives opponents the ability to fly)
In every Scribblenauts game since Super Scribblenauts, adjectives can be used to describe objects Maxwell is bringing to life. They may be visual or physical adjectives. Potions with adjectives can also be used on any objects to give them that adjective.
Up B: Recovery Object
I did say that Maxwell can summon pretty much anything in his Neutral B. However in this move, Maxwell summons objects that are impossible to spawn in his Neutral B. These objects will either make him fly (e.g a plane) or give him a boost (e.g. a trampoline). He starts the move at the same pose/animation as his Neutral B to confuse his opponents. But then he recovers using a random recovery object. Seen recoveries include:
- A helicopter (Briefly makes you fly up. Can also damage opponents.)
- A ladder (Maxwell climbs it, and then it falls.)
Same as the Neutral B's origination. The objects in this move help Maxwell reach starites in high, elevated areas as well as keeping him from falling into pits, lava and other hazardous zones.
Down B: The Arcade
Maxwell places an arcade machine (another move unspawnable in his Neutral and Up B). If an opponent is next to it, rockets will rain from the sky until he or she walks/runs/jumps away from it. If Max presses Down B when near the arcade machine, a red rocket more powerful than the regular rockets will fall and crash into a random spot. Destroy the machine to get rid of it. Only 1 arcade machine can be used at a time.
The Arcade Machine is one of the unique objects Maxwell can summon to change the setting. When interacted, a video game will come up. Rockets are constantly coming down, and the player must tap them to blow them up. If a rocket hits the blocks at the bottom, both will blow up. If a rocket manages to go through the barrier, you lose. Once you get enough points, some rockets will change red when they reach the bottom screen. These rockets move much faster. Your score is based off of how many rockets you successfully stop (1 rocket= 1 point.) Your high score is put on your file selection screen. Upon use of the machine, Maxwell will recieve the "Break Time" Merit. As of Remix update 2.3, the mini game can be played on this.
In Scribblenauts Unlimited, the game takes on an 8-bit effect, turning the screen pixelated and the music uses the 8-bit remix of the title screen. In the 3DS version of Unlimited it only plays the 8-bit music which also can be heard in the Character Selection screen for in the 3DS.
NOTE: This move might be changed someday as he can summon an Arcade Machine in his Neutral B.
Final Smash: The Create-O-Tron
The Create-O-Tron falls in front of Maxwell. If you don't catch anyone, the move is cancelled. But if you do, it will damage and trap them. Then you can use the notepad to type an object. Press (+) to bring the object to life. If you type any adjectives, they will be ignored because the object will take an adjective from anyone who got trapped in the Create-O-Tron. After confirmation, everyone gets thrown out back onto stage and the object chosen descends from the sky and crushes the Create- O-Tron. Its characteristics and appearance depends on the adjectives it was given from the opponents. It will move independently so it can't be controlled. After 10 seconds, the object will just disappear. Again, even though this is a Wiki, there are too many possibilities for all of the objects to be listed.
If two adjectives are the complete opposite of each other, they both cancel out :(
There are certain missions requiring you to add certain objects into this machine to make starites appear.
KO Sounds and Taunts
KO Sound #1: *Delete sound from Scribblenauts*
KO Sound #2: *Explosion sound from Scribblenauts*
Star KO Sound: *No noise because he's a silent protagonist.*
Screen KO Sound: *(Same with the Star KO Sound)*
Up Taunt: Shows an evil face in a speech bubble to show he wants to attack.
Side Taunt: Shows a Starite glittering.
Down Taunt: Plays a ringtone with his GameBoy.
Victory Options and Losage
Option #1: Jumps holding a starite.
Option #2: Sits down with his notepad and pencil.
Option #3: Stands cooly with some sunglasses.
Losage: Lowers his head, ashamed.
Normal Attacks, Special Moveset Music, KO, Taunt Music, Victory Music
Up Tilt: Jabs his pencil above him.
Side Tilt: Stabs with his pencil.
Ledge/Get Up Attacks
Up Smash: Headbutts with his Lolwut.
Grab: Holds the enemy.
Reverse Throw: Rubs him/her 2 times.
Plains Swamp- Scribblenauts Unlimited
KO Sounds and Taunts Music
City Downtown- Scribblenauts Unlimited
Menu Tally- Scribblenauts Unlimited
Angry Boss Codec
Angry Boss: Hey! Isn't that Maxwell from Scribblenauts?
Jeremy: As a reason, Yes!
Angry Boss: I heard about Scribblenauts before. From what I heard, It Was pretty amazing. Anyway, What Are His Attacks?
Jeremy: Well, he can summons All Types of Stuff, Like Fighters, Joke Characters, Non-Joke Characters, Assist Trophies, Items, Final Smashes, and Other Characters From Other Smash Bros Lawl Spinoffs.
Owen Maddox: he also can Add An Adjective to another fighter. If He Adds The Adjective "Happy" This Means You'll Become the Happy Boss.
Angry Boss: So I'm still me, but I'd act like Pete Polcon?
Victor: Yep. He can a;so summona a Recovery Object. Same as His Neutral Special But With Recovery Objects instead, like a ladder or a helicopter. he also uses an Arcade, meaning That Stars and Bombs Fall From The Sky.
Angry Boss: You Know Everything About Maxwell?
Paul: No...I mean yes.
Owen: And His Final Smash is Create-O-Thon. He Puts other guys in the Create-O-Thon and takes an adjective from each opponent trapped inside. For example, your Adjective is Ranting, meaning that whatever Maxwell summons will constantly rant while attacking.
Angry Boss: ...And that's why I'm The Angry Boss.
- He was elected to get a moveset before Papa Louie and Horrid Henry.
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