Smash Bros. Lawl
El Amor de mi Vida
Standard B- PsicofoníaEdit
Carlos Trejo records everything covering a small radius. Pressing B will play his recording. Any enemy in the radius will be shocked to know that a voice was recorded there. This move can also affect Mikuru or the child ghost from Aya's pendant. Unmasker can't affect the trap. However, Electric Nightmare can neutralize, but not control it.
Side B- El Amor de mi VidaEdit
An attack that behaves like Wario Bike, except that Trejo can't fall off his bike. While cockily steering, he is vulnerable to attacks. The motorcycle harmlessly explodes after 4 seconds or by pressing B. Trejo can't use the bike again until another 4 seconds have passed. If he falls from a ledge while riding, the move can be canceled with the B button while he nosedives. Falling from a ledge while steering, though, renders him helpless.
Up B- Bolitas VolandoEdit
Trejo floats with two glowing balls or marbles that spin around him. After 3 seconds or pressing R, Trejo releases the balls, and the balls fly in opposite directions horizontally, damaging anyone in their paths. Pressing A releases the left ball; pressing B releases the right. His air speed slows with one ball, however.
Down B- Campo ElectromagneticoEdit
This attack covers a radius through an invisible circle. Trejo tosses a device on the ground, and anyone who dashes or is airborne in the radius triggers the device, causing shocks. It doesn't trigger if anyone walks through the radius. The device disappears after 15 seconds, if another device is placed, if it's destroyed, or if Nicolas Cage or Wily removes it. Trejo can also place the device while on his motorcycle, though he will get shocked by his own trap if he does so (he can't trigger the shocks).
Final Smash- PresumidoEdit
Trejo brags to the player that he's somewhere in the sky--and he's true. A gold statue of Trejo dangles by a rope while angelic music plays in the background. The statue then plummets onto the character he hates the most, especially other paranormal investigators. Click here to see the full list.
(Note: his taunts are in Spanish, these are the translations)
- Side Taunt- "Surprising, huh?"
- Down Taunt- *laughs*
- Up Taunt- *waves a device in the air*
(Note: his victory quotes are in Spanish; these are the translations)
- Victory #1- "I was here..."
- Victory #2- "Carlos Trejo... goes beyond... the limits of reality."
- Victory #3- *sleeps on his motorcycle*
- Victory #4 (Against the UFOlogist)- "This whore... is a real FRAUD. Don't get mad!"
- Victory #5 (Against the Charlatan)- "Once again, this charlatan tries... to impress... the Mexican population."
- Lose- *leaves with his motorbike*
Watching that charlatan in the tournament, and winning, was too much for "the best ghost hunter in the world" to handle. "Nonononono" he said, and since hate is one of his major priorities , he grabbed all of his investigating equipment, and set off to win more money and EXPOSE THAT CHARLATAN IN BATTLE, ONCE AND FOR ALL, WHILE ALL OF THE WORLDS OF LAWL WATCH. Carrying all of that equipment sums up to a good amount of weight, same that weighs him down to run, but of course he didn't go to the tournament via running, he'd never leave the love of his life behind. Even tho he reaaaally loves his motorcycle, there's but one thing he loves even more... and he expresses it in his Final Smash.
Snake: ... this guy... I just don't like him...
Colonel: You're fighting Trejo, eh Snake? He's the greatest ghost hunter in the world. Well, so he says anyway... He's the leader of a ragtag team of ghost hunter bikers. They're the long-time rivals of Maussan.
Snake: Seems to me they'd get in each other's way fighting to see who gets to the alien first.
Carlos Trejo is an egotistical paranormal investigator and the leader of a ghost hunting group of bikers called Cazafantasmas. He has a hatred of people with rivaling egos, other investigators, and people that can find good paranormal evidence. Out of all the things he despises, Trejo hates that charlatan Jaime Maussan.
- Neutral attack -
- Dash attack -
- Forward tilt -
- Up tilt - Does a flip on his motorcycle.
- Down tilt -
- Forward smash - Fires some darkness from his arms.
- Up smash - Creates a blast of darkness above him.
- Down smash -
- Ledge attack -
- 100% ledge attack -
- Floor attack -
- Trip attack -
- Neutral aerial -
- Forward aerial -
- Back aerial -
- Up aerial -
- Down aerial -
Grabs and throwsEdit
- Grab -
- Pummel -
- Forward throw -
- Back throw -
- Up throw -
- Down throw -
Role in The Subspace EmissaryEdit
Trejo is revealed to be a major member of the Subspace Army.
In Camp of Stars, after Jaime Maussan and Haruhi defeated Pyron, Trejo drove in and stole the trophified Pyron. He then proceeded to call Jaime a fraud and Haruhi a whore, all while sending his Cazafantasmas bikers out to deal with them. He escaped, leaving behind a bike trail. When returning to camp, he informed Dr. Wily on the discovery of the Ufologists. Wily tells him to focus on defeating the two. It is then revealed that the Cazafantasmas camp is on the site of the burned-down Drevis Mansion, where the screams of a little girl can be heard.
- Carlos Trejo is one of seven characters to have a specific winquote against someone else, the others being King Harkinian, AVGN, Frollo, Gaston, Guile and Bison.
- Unlike the others mentioned above, Trejo has two specific winquotes: one against Jaime Maussan, another against Haruhi.
- Carlos Trejo is one of four characters in Lawl that can deal darkness damage, the others being Gaston, Hitler, and Yomika.
- Carlos Trejo is one of the most hated characters. (Alongside with Irate Gamer.)
|Playable Characters in Smash Bros. Lawl|
King Harkinian | I.M. Meen | Leonidas | Nostalgia Critic | Tommy Wiseau | Madotsuki | Angry Video Game Nerd | Mama Luigi | Dr. Robotnik | Frollo | Gaston | Irate Gamer | Hitler | Panty & Stocking | Billy Mays | Yomika | Guile | Bison | Ib | Hank Hill | Scanty & Kneesocks | Nicolas Cage | Best Hercules | Jaime Maussan | Don Ramon | Dr. Wily | Haruhi | Zoolander | New Hercules | Aya | Carlos Trejo | Weird Al | J. Jonah Jameson | Mary | Codec Snake