Fear my godly wrath!
Captain Falcon: He would be HARD pressed not to sacrifice Ness but in the end, he couldn't do that to him or any of the Smash Bros. because of how attached to them he all is. Besides, he's a firm believer in making your own dreams come true with one's own efforts. And for Cap, there's one wish that Lunaris can't grant: His friend's happiness. Because they get that from one another.I hope I get a chance to do a masquerade ball plot in the game! Maybe that's how all the fighters get together: they all have the same idea of using the ball to sneak into the citadel and take it down.
It was fun! I had a friend from Washington come all the way here to Florida to visit me and go to the faire as they've never been to Renaissance faire before.
I've got a new prompt if folks are up for it: Lunaris approaches your PCs and tells them that he can make everything better and give them what they desire. The catch? Another Super Smash Brother must be sacrificed. To make it more interesting, the PCs are aware that Lunaris is telling the truth about what he can do, and the Smash Brother he is asking for in return is either one of the villains such as Ridley and Ganondorf, a neutral fighter such as Wario or Dark Pit, or one of the odd, not-human fighters such as ROB or Game & Watch. How tempted would they be?