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My Final Mugen Roster 1082 Characters Now Downloadable

My Final Mugen Roster 1082 Characters Now Downloadable

If you are a fan of M.U.G.E.N, the freeware 2D fighting game engine that allows you to create your own fighting games with your favorite characters from various media, then you might be interested in my final mugen roster that I have been working on for a long time. It contains 1082 characters from various anime, manga, comics, cartoons, video games, movies, and more. It also has 450+ stages from different settings and themes. You can download it for free from the link below and enjoy the ultimate crossover fighting experience.

What is M.U.G.E.N?

M.U.G.E.N is a freeware 2D fighting game engine developed by Elecbyte. The most recent version of M.U.G.E.N to be publicly released is version 1.1 Beta 1, which was released on August 7th 2013. M.U.G.E.N allows users (typically known as "authors" or "creators") to create content for the engine such as (but not limited to) characters and stages for others to download and add to their game, or just to keep for themselves, as well as fully-fledged fighting games. Being a fighting game engine at heart, M.U.G.E.N takes inspiration from a variety of classic fighting game series such as Street Fighter and The King of Fighters, featuring a seven-button combat system (, , , , , , and ), typically representing three punches, three kicks, and a taunt, though characters are not limited to having those presets, with many opting to use fewer buttons and less traditional button layouts. M.U.G.E.N has a fairly large community, with multiple forums and sites dedicated to the engine, as well as many internet videos with the purpose of teaching users how to use and customise the engine or (more commonly) broadcasting M.U.G.E.N fights.


How did I create my final mugen roster?

I started creating my final mugen roster about two years ago, when I discovered M.U.G.E.N and was amazed by the possibilities it offered. I wanted to make a game that would include all of my favorite characters from different media and genres, and have them fight in epic battles across various stages. I searched online for the best sources of mugen content, such as [Mugen Free For All], [Mugen Archive], [Mugen Fighters Guild], and [Mugen Database]. I downloaded hundreds of characters and stages from these sites, as well as some screenpacks, lifebars, sound effects, music, and other resources. I tested each character and stage for compatibility, quality, balance, and fun factor. I also edited some of them to fix bugs, adjust stats, add moves, change palettes, etc. I used a program called VSelect to organize my roster and select the characters and stages I wanted to include in my game. I also used a program called Fighter Factory to edit the files and code of the characters and stages. I chose a screenpack called IMT (Blue) by user Acey, which can hold up to 3360 characters and has a nice interface and design. I modified it to fit my preferences and needs. I also created some custom portraits for some of the characters using Photoshop.

What are some of the features of my final mugen roster?

My final mugen roster has many features that make it unique and enjoyable. Here are some of them:

  • It has 1082 characters from various anime, manga, comics, cartoons, video games, movies, and more. Some of the franchises represented are Dragon Ball Z, Naruto, One Piece, Bleach, Fairy Tail, Hunter x Hunter, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, My Hero Academia, Demon Slayer, Attack on Titan, One Punch Man, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Tekken, King of Fighters, Guilty Gear, BlazBlue, Persona, Final Fantasy, Sonic the Hedgehog, Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, Kirby, Mega Man, Castlevania, Metal Gear Solid, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and many more.

  • It has 450+ stages from different settings and themes. Some of the stages are from the original media of the characters, while others are from other sources or custom-made. Some of the stages have animated backgrounds or interactive elements. Some of the stages are also from different time periods or dimensions, creating a multiverse effect.

  • It has a variety of game modes and options to choose from. You can play in Arcade mode, where you fight a series of opponents until you reach the final boss. You can play in Versus mode, where you can fight against another player or the computer. You can play in Team modes, where you can form teams of up to four characters and fight against another team. You can play in Survival mode, where you try to survive as long as possible against an endless stream of enemies. You can play in Training mode, where you can practice your skills and combos. You can also watch the computer fight itself in Watch mode. You can also adjust the difficulty, speed, time limit, life, power, and other settings of the game.

  • It has a lot of diversity and variety in terms of gameplay and style. Each character has their own moveset, stats, abilities, and personality. Some characters are based on their original media, while others are edited or custom-made to fit the mugen engine. Some characters are faithful to their source material, while others are parodies or jokes. Some characters are serious and realistic, while others are funny and absurd. Some characters are balanced and fair, while others are overpowered and broken. Some characters are easy to use, while others are complex and challenging. Some characters have transformations or modes that change their appearance and abilities. Some characters have special interactions or dialogues with other characters. Some characters have hidden secrets or easter eggs that can be discovered by the player.

  • It has a lot of fun and entertainment value for fans of fighting games and crossover media. You can create your own dream matches and scenarios with your favorite characters from different media. You can see how they would interact and fight with each other. You can discover new characters and franchises that you might not know before. You can enjoy the graphics, sounds, music, and effects of the game. You can also challenge yourself and your friends to see who is the best fighter.

How can you download my final mugen roster?

If you are interested in downloading my final mugen roster, you can do so by clicking on this link: [Download My Final Mugen Roster]. The file size is about 15 GB, so make sure you have enough space on your device. After downloading the file, unzip it using whatever program you wish, such as 7Zip or WinRAR. Then open the folder and run the MUGEN.exe file to start the game. You can also use the VSelect.exe file to customize your roster and select your characters and stages. You can also edit the files and code of the game using Fighter Factory or any text editor if you want to make any changes or modifications.


I hope you enjoy my final mugen roster as much as I do. It is the result of my passion and dedication for M.U.G.E.N and crossover media. It is also a tribute and homage to all the creators and authors who made these amazing characters and stages for M.U.G.E.N. I want to thank them for their hard work and creativity, and for sharing their content with the community. I also want to thank you for reading this article and for downloading my final mugen roster. I hope you have fun playing it and discovering new things. If you have any feedback or suggestions, feel free to contact me at my email address: []( Thank you for your support and have a great day!

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