Dimentio Sheet (3)
- Name: Dimentio
- Affinity: Poison
- XP: Always 19
- Count Bleck: C
- Nastasia: C
- O'Chunks: C
- Mimi: C
- Armor: None
- Money: None
- HP: 100
- VP: 10
- MP: 200
- Attack Power: 3
- Magic Power: 4
- Defense Power: 0
- Brain Power: 5
- Strength: 3
- Hand-Eye: 7
- Platform: 9
- Knowledge: 9
- Clever: 9
- Charisma: 9
- Unique: Master of dimensions.
- Weight: 3
- Basic Attack: Kicks the target.
- 1) Jester Cap (E)
- Spark~ Attack: x1, MP: 1, Target: One
"Conjures a magical spark matching his color scheme and launches it at the target. Avoids contact damage."
- Spark Surge~ Attack: x1, Hits: 3, MP: 3, Target: One
"Fires three sparks at the target in a single turn."
- Spark Storm~ Attack: x1, MP: 3, Target: All (Successive)
"Sweeps his hand, firing sparks at all opponents in one turn."
- Super Spark~ Attack: x2 [/], MP: 3, Target: One
"Combines several sparks into a larger one, which deals more damage and pierces defense."
- Boom Box~ Attack: x0.5 [/], Hits: 5, MP: 5, Target: One, Wait: 1, Explosions can't miss unless box did
"Conjures a transparent cube around the target. Next turn, many explosions go off inside, but Dimentio can still act."
- Clown Clones~ MP: 6, Creates three clones that vanish if the real one is damaged but each get their own attack per turn
"Creates illusory clones still capable of launching attacks. If you nail the real Dimentio, the clones disappear."
- Dimensional Disruptional Dodge~ Benefit: Dodgy, MP: 5, Turns: 5, Target: One
"Disrupts the dimensions around the target, causing attacks to sometimes miss."
- Light Redirect~ Benefit: Invisible, MP: 5, Turns: 5, Target: One
"Creates a dimensional tunnel to redirect light around the target, rendering them invisible."
- Magical Misdirection~ Benefit: S.E.P., MP: 5, Turns: 5, Target: One
"Uses magic to create a Somebody Else's Problem field around the target."
- Earth --
- Ice --
- Water --
- Wind --
- Fire --
- Thunder --
- Poison --
- Plant --
This is an additional sheet I've made up for Dimentio, not based on anything from the actual game. Well, he still has the same types of attacks, but with some additions and/or adjustments. Since he was testing the heroes before, something like this was probably closer to his true power. He's certainly a memorable villain from the Mario series, and while the game had its problems, he'd be a fun one to bring back.