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"Chapter 13: The Illusion Battle Royal"

The various characters fight the Illusion Mistress on top of the Battlefield Fortress. Do they really stand a chance against this all powerful dark being?

Release

  • YouTube: September 5, 2014
  • Dailymotion: September 5, 2014
  • Vimeo: September 5, 2014

Characters

Screenshots

The Illusion Mistress Vs. Danny Phantom.png Fire Pac shoots.png Ghostly Wail.png

Sailor Moon pointing.png Kirby fighting.png Kirby Hat Illusion Mistress 2.png

Astro shooting.png Explosive Shock 1.png Mickey escaping.png

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Music

Trivia

  • This is the last episode to be released in 2014, the only episode where the announcer says the title of the episode, and the first episode to feature alter ego and form characters.
  • The episode was released two days after MollyKetty's birthday.
  • Pac-Man and a red ghost appear in the opening Molly Ketty Productions logo, reenacting the first cutscene from the original Pac-Man.
  • There are some adult jokes in the episode. One were Jake the Dog calls the Illusion Mistress a "B" (the first letter of the word "bitch"), and another were Beavis and Butt-Head talk about Playboy and naked women with big breast.
  • Jon Arbuckle is mentioned by Garfield in the dialog.
  • The Illusion Mistress was originally going to rip Astro Boy's head off in their fight scene, but was cut.
  • Shere Khan and Luigi were to have a fight scene in the episode, but was cut.
  • The episode is dedicated to the memory of content creator, Toonsmyth (creator of Ultimate Cartoon Fighting), and actors Robin Williams, Bob Hoskins and Casey Kasem (the original voice of Shaggy Rogers from Scooby-Doo!), whom have all passed away in 2014.
    • Toonsmyth was actually born in 1969.

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