God-dang it, Bobbeh!
King of the Hill
King of the Hill (1997)
Smash Bros. Lawl
Camper (Turtle, Keep-Away)
Dale, Bill, Boomhauer
Moveset Video Music
Hank fights with the power of propane and a hard day's work, using the previously-stated tactics and a firm voice to show that he isn't passing-up the proposition for winning in the field of battle any time soon.
Entrance - Beereunion
Hank walks-onto the battlefield with a beer can in his hand as the beginning of the show's theme tune plays.
Standard B - Propane
Hank places a propane tank on the ground, which acts as a trap. Pressing A beside the tank opens it, releasing opponent-damaging fumes a distance into the air, where pressing A again will close it for later fuming. Any propane tank will disappear after eight seconds of releasing fumes or by pressing B again beside it. Attacking the propane tank in any way (minus Anti-Trap moves) causes it to detonate, dealing 20% damage to anyone near. There can be two tanks at a time.
Selling propane is Hank's job and somethin' he's very well known for, often advertising propane and propane accessories plenty of times throughout the show. The move itself is based off common functions of propane tanks.
Side B - Yard Work
Another trap move of Hank Hill's, where he builds a wooden fence. The longer the B button is pressed, the taller the fence will be (2 planks at a time, final height can range from 9 - 15 planks in total). If Hank gets hit while workin', the fence harmlessly falls. After the fence is finished, it acts as a solid wall. Only the summoner can destroy the fence with a strong attack (Meaning Anti-Trap moves have no effect), and falling debris from his fence-destroyin' can hurt opponents.
Hank Hill is very prideful over the condition of his property, and wouldn't skip a beat in order to keep it well-maintained. The move in particular references a moment where he takes the effort to rebuild a fence for his lawn.
Up B - Propaller
Hank ascends upward with a jetpack fueled by propane for 3 seconds. Gas coming from the tank damages. Hitting him in the gas tank causes an explosion similar to Propane, doing 20% to anyone nearby. Hitting him in the front or pressing B more safely cancels the recovery.
There's no real kind of origin for this move, and it seems to be original to Lawl. The only connection for this move is Hank's job as a propane salesman.
Down B - Object Throw
Hank holds a baseball in one hand and a tomato in the another hand. The object he'll throw can be switched-through by tilting the control stick to the side. Hank can latch up to two tomatoes on a opponent, slowing his or her land speed. The tomatoes unlatch after 8 seconds. Baseballs do decent damage and bounce off walls, including the aforementioned side B. Pressing A tosses the object, and pressing B undoes Hank's position.
This is based off two specific scenes, one where Hank throws a tomato, and another where Hank fiercely throws a baseball while a child-safety guy is in his house, shouting "NO MORE BOUNCING THAT BALL!".
Final Smash - Brocopter
Hank gets with Bill Dauterive and Jeff Boomhauer while spontaneously-wearing orange jumpsuits and carrying lanterns. Each of them form a back-to-back triangle before spinning around rapidly, hence the Final Smash's name. Anyone who gets hit by the lanterns will be BURNED. While in the spinning mode, the three friends can perform infinite jumps, which do major damage if they footstool someone. The copter can be controlled, but the player should be careful not to KO Hank (Which counts as losin' a stock) before the 12 seconds are up.
- Down Taunt- "I'm gonna kick your ass!"
- Side Taunt- "What the heck are you doing?"
- Up Taunt- "Ya-aY"
- Victory #1: "I provide the people of this community with propane and propane accessories."
- Victory #2: *Hank nervously laughs to himself, then sighs in relief*
- Victory #3: "LOSER! YOU'RE A LOSER!"
- Losing: *Hank curls up into a fetal position, covering his groin as if he were kicked in the nuts*
The ending part of the King of the Hill main theme.
The patriarch of the Hill family, and the main character of the King of the Hill TV show. He takes his job as a propane salesman seriously.
|Hank Hill||Weight||Walking Speed||Dashing Speed||Air Speed||Falling Speed||Jump 1||Jump 2|
|Classic Rank||Horniness||Patience||Weird||Ego||IQ||Darkness||Social Class|
- Neutral attack -
- Dash attack - Pushes forward.
- Forward tilt - Swings a hammer forward.
- Up tilt - Raises both of his arms.
- Down tilt - Swipes with his hand.
- Forward smash - Drives a lawnmower forward.
- Up smash - Throws a propane tank upward with limited range, but explodes on impact.
- Down smash - Throws a toolbox that crashes on the floor.
- Ledge attack -
- 100% ledge attack -
- Floor attack -
- Trip attack -
- Neutral aerial -
- Forward aerial -
- Back aerial -
- Up aerial -
- Down aerial -
Grabs and throws
- Grab - Grabs the opponent.
- Pummel -
- Forward throw -
- Back throw -
- Up throw - Attaches the oppoment to a propane tank and throws it forward, which explodes on the ground.
- Down throw - Hammers the opponent eight times.
- Solid Snake: Otacon! There's a Texan father wearing glasses.
- Otacon: I tell you what... Hank Hill will kick your ass! He's the master of the fighting arts with propane and propane accessories. And he throws things.
- Solid Snake: ... No more bouncing that ball!
Role In The Subspace Emissary
His role is currently unknown... He is expected to be shown as a playable character in the 11th chapter Arlen.
- Hank has the shortest Original Lawl moveset, clocking-in at only 3:29.
- Though Guile isn't very far behind, scathingly-close at 3:31.
|Playable Characters in Smash Bros. Lawl|