"You want it?"

Character Number Introduced



Legend of Zelda

Moveset background music

Fire Stone Lake - Link: The Faces of Evil

Morshu is the second character introduced. He is from the CD-I game Link the Faces of Evil.

Neutral B: RupeesEdit

Morshu throws out 8 red rupees that circle around him. The rupees can be charged by holding B. The longer the charge, the farther they go. This move is the first to use spam prevention. Up to three rupees can be saved. If he runs out of rupees, he can't use the attack. The rupees regenerate over time. . If no rupees are in the counter he will do his infamous "Mmmmmm" line.


While rupees have been a staple in the Zelda series since the series started, this attack comes from one of Morshu's two lines in Link: The Faces of Evil "Lamp Oil? Rope? Bombs? You want it? It's yours my friend, as long as you have enough ruppes!". This was converted into Lawl by letting Morshu use the attack "as long as he has enough rupees". Secondly, the kind of rupees he trows are red rupees.

Side B: Lamp OilEdit

Morshu spills Lamp Oil on the ground. Once spilled, it becomes slippery. When hit with a fire attack (ex. Fireball, Fire Flower), as it is oil, it will combust. If it's hit with an explosive (ex. Bob-omb, Electrode) it will double the size of the explosion.


First appearing in Link: The Faces of Evil, but most known in Twilight Princess. Lamp oil is used to light dark caves for a limited amount of time. However, this move is more towards real oil which is known to be slippery and highly flammable.

Up B: RopeEdit

Morshu pulls out a rope and uses it as a lasso. Using the control stick can aim to where it's thrown (which can be easily done on a classic controller because of the octagon shape where the control stick is). It can grab opponents, items, and ledges.


First appearing in Link: The Faces of Evil, the rope is used to reach high places that cannot be reached normally by jumping (however given the game's bad control, it's hard to jump period). However it could not grab items or enimies, making more remenesent of the Boomerang than a rope. However the boomerang can't grab ledges.

Down B: BombEdit

Morshu throws a type of bomb there are 6 types of bombs. They can be aimed with the control stick. The types come out of a chance similar to Judge However unlink Judge, which has 1/7 chance of each attack, each bomb has a different chance, as the table below will show.

Name Chance Effect
Regular 5/10 Does the same amount of damage as an explosive item
Fire 1/10 Gives the effect of a Fire Flower
Ice 1/10 Freezes the opponent
Flash 1/10 stuns the opponent
Z 1/10 Puts enimies to sleep
Mega 1/10 Does double the amount of damage as an explosive item


Ever since the start of the Zelda series, bombs have been used to both kill enimies and find hidden doors in walls. The denominators of the chance of each bomb all being 10 may be a reference to both Zelda CD-I games where it takes 10 bombs to blow up a rock.[1]

Final Smash: Morshu BombEdit

8 ropes come out of Morshu to grab opponents. If at least one enemy is in a rope, Morshu pushes a button ona remote and jumps up. A giant nuclear missle falls down with Morshu on top of it. Morshu then says "Bomb, you want it? It's yours my friend!" The missle lands on the ground, KOing everyone who got trapped by the remote. If no one gets trapped in the rope, the ropes go back in and Morshu says "sorry", canceling the final smash. Anyone who isn't trapped in the rope can still take damage.


This is the only move NOT to be from Link: The Faces of Evil. It actually comes from this video.


Down: Says "It's your's my friend as long as you have enough rupees!" holding out a red rupee.
Side: Says "You want it?"
Up: Does his infamous "Mmmmmm" line and puts out a middle finger.

Victory PosesEdit

Option 1: "Come back when your a little, mmmmmm..., richer!
Option 2: "Sorry my friend, I can't give credit."
Option 3: Holds the case for Super Smash Bros. Lawl in his right hand, giving it a thumbs up with his left. Text that reads "Morshu Approves" is at the bottom.

Lose Pose: Holds up his fists with a rather surprised look on his face.

Victory ThemeEdit

A remix of the music that would play when Link obtained a Triforce Piece in The Legend of Zelda.




Ground attacksEdit


  • Neutral attack -
  • Dash attack -
  • Forward tilt - Kicks forward.
  • Up tilt -
  • Down tilt -


  • Forward smash - Shows a credit card.
  • Up smash -
  • Down smash -


  • Ledge attack -
  • 100% ledge attack -
  • Floor attack -
  • Trip attack -

Aerial attacksEdit

  • Neutral aerial -
  • Forward aerial -
  • Back aerial -
  • Up aerial -
  • Down aerial -

Grabs and throwsEdit

  • Grab - Grabs the opponent.
  • Pummel -
  • Forward throw -
  • Back throw -
  • Up throw -
  • Down throw - Lays the opponent on a landmine.