Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles welcome to watch Mojo, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10. Weirdest Smash Brothers characters keep it trailing for this list. We're looking at the most bizarre and absurd fighters to have made playable appearances in Smash Brothers. Which fighter made you say WTF? Let us know in the comments down below Number 10. Rob Rob's inclusion as a fighter makes sense these days, what with him being a piece of Nintendo hardware history. However, when he was first revealed in Super Smash Brothers Brawl, many of us had question marks above our heads. Why was an old toy from the eighties in charge of encasing the world in subspace? Not only that, but Rob can also fire laser beams from his eyes and charge up Gira mites before launching them at opponents. At this point, we've come to accept Rob as Nintendo's very own transformer number nine Min min. What, well, but don't get us wrong. Min Min does make sense as a smash brothers fighter. Actually, any of the arms characters would be logical additions to the roster. What gets her on this list, though, is how inputs air tied to her arms while assigning buttons to individual limbs is nothing new to fighting games. It's mostly foreign to smash brothers as no one else on the roster fights like this. In a way, it's made Min Min's moves somewhat simplified. But for players who aren't familiar with traditional fighting games, men, men might be tough to grasp. Yeah, number eight War E O. When it comes to Nintendo characters, War Eo is practically the epitome of weird. The gluttonous goon revels in his own ego and occasional potty humor, and that carries over into smash brothers. In hindsight, we should be thanking Warrior for gracing us with his presence. How else could be humiliate our friends with explosive farts? No one else does that, and now we don't have to keep picking Kirby just to eat our foes warriors, choppers, arm or devastating and can heal him with every bite inflicted. Really, the only thing that's missing is a move that involves a bit of nose picking. Yes, number seven Duck Hunt. While iconic in gaming history, Duck Hunt hasn't had much relevance in the modern gaming landscape. As such, the inclusion of the dog and duck characters in Smash four caught many people off guard. What we got out of this duo was one of the strangest projectile based fighters in the franchise's history. Together, they can delay shots on explosive cans or even summon an enemy from wild gunman. By comparison, the inclusion of Duck Hunt makes Rob seemed like a logical addition to the franchise. But, hey, the more the merrier. Hey, wins Number six, Mr Gaiman. Watch when you hail from the whole other plane of existence than everyone else, you more than earn your place on this list. Back in the days of Malay, many young players probably wondered why Nintendo put a stick figure in there fighting game. Of course, those familiar with Nintendo's history No, he comes from a line of handheld games in the eighties. Still, you have to be very familiar with the game and watch titles in order to understand the references in his move set. Even if you aren't, though, you can still take pleasure in angering your friends by spamming his chef attack or landing a grade nine hit with Judge Mr Gaiman, watch will turn your opponent into Mr Rage and quit Number five Bay. Anetta. Uh huh. She may not be the first character from an M rated game to appear in Smash Brothers, but the reputation of bayonet a Siri's alone through everyone for a loop. When she was revealed as the last DLC character for Smashed four, This Lady hails from a franchise known for its insane violence, partial nudity and generally provocative style. How in the hell did she not get Smash Brothers to a T rating? Well, Sakurai simply made her moves less revealing on Lee showing her arms and nothing above the knees. If that's all you need to do to keep smash at an E or E 10 plus rating, so be it. Number four Piranha Plant Yeah, Smash Brothers has often reserved slots for major, minor and sometimes supporting characters. Most of the cast, you see, were either the heroes, villains or somewhere in between in their respective franchises. So to see a basic enemy like the Piranha plant debut as a playable fighter was, well, it was something. Ah, common Mario Enemy is now waddling around the battlefield and trading blows with the likes of Link Ridley and Little Mac. That fact alone is specifically why piranha plant made it so high on this list. At least it has served as a good excuse to bring Petey Piranha back. Run off line! Win number three Snake Stop! I think before Snake debuted in brawl, Smash Brothers had, um, or cartoonish appearance with only the Zelda and Fire Emblem characters getting close to realistic appearances. Then we saw a snake and had our minds boggled. Here we had a very human military man standing next to a pink blob, electric rat elf swordsman and a rotund plumber with a thick mustache. How does any of this make sense? And if that wasn't weird enough, he's throwing grenades and launching rockets all over the damn stage. Where is he keeping all of this firepower? You know what? We'd rather not know. I'm here. Number two. We fit Trainer. Yeah. I mean, anyone who has played Smash four or Ultimate knows why the Wii fit trainer makes it close to the top. This lady or dude, if you choose him, attacks with yoga poses. That's right. Yoga is the ultimate source of her power. It's one thing to get beamed by her volleyball's or hula hoops. But the second you see her praising the sun or preparing to strike a pose. Best keep your distance. So stretch those legs, keep a good posture and get ready for the yoga beating of a lifetime. Hey, you gotta love a franchise that isn't afraid to get a little weird before we get to our strangest topic. Here are a few honorable mentions. Villager ax, murderer with innocent hobbies Olam our space cower to use his other creatures his weapons, banjo and kazoo. We a rare sight in the works since Malay Joe. So the way Pacman, because who else fights with obscure Namco references? Before we continue? Be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about our latest videos. You have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them. If you're on your phone, make sure to go into your settings and switch on notifications. Number one Steve. For years, the thought of Steve being a Smash Brothers character has been nothing more than an ironic name. Well, in October 2020 Nintendo did the unthinkable and added Minecraft default star to Super Smash Brothers Ultimate and Holy Crap. Is it ever weird seeing him standing next to the likes of Mario Re You, Pacman and, well, everyone else. To make things even more bizarre, his move set is unlike anything we've ever seen before. Steve doesn't have much potential for building combos. His neutral special is assigned to three passive abilities, and he could basically defy gravity by placing a dirt block down. He's all kinds of WTF, which makes him, alongside Alex Zombie and Ender Man, the weirdest Smash Brothers character ever in the mood for more awesome gaming content. Be sure to check out this video here on Mojo Plays and don't forget to subscribe and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos. Mhm, mhm.