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Yoyo is one of the boss characters in [[Slush Tile Rush]].
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'''Yoyo''' is an RHG character and one of the boss characters in [[Slush Tile Rush]].
==Backstory==
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==Slush Tile Rush==
''Be warned that this backstory is '''fan made''' and only a speculation as this character's backstory has not yet been revealed. This is for story purposes only and '''not''' canon. - Vincetick! :D''
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Yoyo acts as a game-determined boss in [[Twilight Tundra]], along [[Nhazul]] and [[Moon-Bleached Blunatic]], and appears to be the least common out of the three. His three-part attack creates up to 3 rows of his tiles, 2 filling sideways and one filling upward. He cannot dodge, but he can attack very quickly if the player is not fighting back.
   
After reopening the RHG Tournaments after Fluidanims HQ had mysteriously disappeared, Yoyo decided to find the rest of his old friends, he first encountered Nhazul in Twilight Tundra, but as they were talking, Moon Bleached Blunatic came out of nowhere and ambushed them and began to corrupt their minds, turning the duo into unstoppable fighting machines, protecting the Monument and Blunatic from any 'villain' who shall set foot in it, most specifically, the now oncoming Slush Fighters.
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His tiles take 3 seconds to vanish. This can get quite annoying and frustrating, especially when the player has a lot of tiles to use and Yoyo begins to attack, filling the empty spaces with his tiles and resulting in an easy Game Over.
==Role in Tile Rush==
 
Yoyo acts as a game determined boss in Twiligh Tundra, along Nhazul and Blunatic. If the player faces against him, he will strike 3 times, creating up to 3 rows of his tiles, 2 filling sideways and one filling upward. He cannot dodge but he can attack almost quickly as he can if the player is not fighting back.
 
   
His tiles take 3 seconds to vanish, though this is easy as it is being said, this can actually get annoying, especially when the player accidentally has a lot of tiles to use and Yoyo begins to attack, filling the empty spaces with his tiles, resulting in an easy Game Over.
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It is best to use all of the tiles visible in the rows. If the player is lucky enough to have [[Sticorey]] and/or [[Stomar]], it is recommended to use one or both of them to clear his tiles quickly before it fills up the rows to avoid defeat.
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==Battle Strategy==
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Yoyo's main attack method is using his yoyo against the player. Yoyo is a low level boss in the game as, despite his attack being a "three hit" attack, he can only add his tiles to the player's board, mostly in a row of three that can either fill the board sideways or upward, though this will also mean that the player has to be quick in defeating him to avoid having the boards filled up and risk losing. Yoyo is fairly weak, taking any amount of damage the player delivers to him, though in exchange for this, he is quite fast when attacking, so the player has to be quick in delivering enough damage to defeat him.
   
It is best to use all of the tiles visible in the rows, if the player either has [[Sticorey]] or [[Stomar]] (or both if the player is lucky enough), it is recommended to use one or both of them to clear his tiles quickly before it fills up the rows to avoid defeat.
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'''Yoyo Combo:'''
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Yoyo attacks with his plasma-energy yoyo which is a three-hit combo, sending about 2 - 4 of his tiles upon each hit. Luckily, his tiles disappear on an average set of seconds (between 4 - 8 seconds), so this gives the player a fair chance against him. Be warned; he will attack immediately, so it is advised that the player quickly clear Slush Fighters tiles to assure their own victory against him. If not, Yoyo will soon overwhelm the player's board with his tiles, which will cause the player to lose the game.
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
"''You... FIENDS!!!''" - Optional, Game Determined Dialogue.
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"You... FIENDS!!!" - Optional, Game Determined Dialogue.
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"dojo shoutout! :D" - Optional, Game Determined Dialogue.
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*How Yoyo and Nhazul ended up in Twilight Tundra is still unknown, though it is speculated that they went their to train for the next RHG Tournament.
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*How Yoyo and Nhazul ended up in Twilight Tundra is still unknown, though it is speculated that they went there to train for the next RHG Tournament.
*During his Boss Reveal Portrait and In-Game battle, his eyes are noticeably glowing, this may mean that he may have been possessed by something on top of the Monument, he may have gotten stronger and lost his control or Moon Bleached Blunatic may have corrupted him.
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*He is the only known boss character in the game to attack with three moves. The only other possible contender is Nhazul, but he has 3 attack animations and only uses 2 of them to attack.
*He is the only known Boss character in the game to attack with three moves.
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*He is one of the known RHG Characters in the game, the others being [[FLLFFL]], Nhazul and [[Chuck]].
*He is one of the known RHG Characters in the game, the others being [[FLLFFL]], [[Nhazul ]] and [[Chuck]].
 
 
*His color is slightly more darker in the game, than it is in his actual RHG description.
 
*His color is slightly more darker in the game, than it is in his actual RHG description.
*His real life counterparts website (Hyun's Dojo), can be found [http://www.hyunsdojo.com/ here].
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*His real life counterparts' website (Hyun's Dojo), can be found [http://www.hyunsdojo.com/ here].
 
*He is one of the remaining Original RHG Fighters in the RHG Tournaments.
 
*He is one of the remaining Original RHG Fighters in the RHG Tournaments.
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*He used to be a member of the Soldier clan alongside Chuck.
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* The dialogue that Yoyo yells out ("You... FIENDS!!!") is a reference to Jomm's entry from the Dojo's Collaboration #2, where, after unintentionally killing MicWizard, Wrench and the others, Yoyo yells out to Jomm "YOU FIEND!", as Jomm tells him of his entry before being beaten and having back broken by Yoyo as he then tells him to "take it to the back".
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* Just like Nhazul and his weapon, Yoyo's weapon defies a law of physics. This time, the shape of his yo-yo's string would be impossible considering where the actual yo-yo was and where Yoyo's finger is.
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== Gallery==
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<gallery position="center">
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YoyoFull.png|Yoyo's portrait in Slush Tile Rush
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YoyoAttack_1.png|Yoyo attack image #1
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YoyoAttack 2.png|Yoyo attack image #3
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YoyoPortrait.png|Yoyo Tile
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YoyoTwilight.PNG|Yoyo in-game
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Yoyo.PNG|Yoyo in-game (At Slusher)
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YoyoAttack2.PNG|Yoyo Attacking (one out of 3 attack images)
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</gallery>
 
[[Category:Slush Tile Rush]]
 
[[Category:Slush Tile Rush]]
 
[[Category:Boss]]
 
[[Category:Boss]]
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[[Category:Original Articles]]
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[[Category:Slush Invaders Wiki]]
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[[Category:Antagonists]]
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[[Category:Slush Tile Rush Enemies]]
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[[Category:Boss (Slush Tile Rush)]]

Latest revision as of 04:32, March 26, 2019

Yoyo is an RHG character and one of the boss characters in Slush Tile Rush.

Slush Tile RushEdit

Yoyo acts as a game-determined boss in Twilight Tundra, along Nhazul and Moon-Bleached Blunatic, and appears to be the least common out of the three. His three-part attack creates up to 3 rows of his tiles, 2 filling sideways and one filling upward. He cannot dodge, but he can attack very quickly if the player is not fighting back.

His tiles take 3 seconds to vanish. This can get quite annoying and frustrating, especially when the player has a lot of tiles to use and Yoyo begins to attack, filling the empty spaces with his tiles and resulting in an easy Game Over.

It is best to use all of the tiles visible in the rows. If the player is lucky enough to have Sticorey and/or Stomar, it is recommended to use one or both of them to clear his tiles quickly before it fills up the rows to avoid defeat.

Battle StrategyEdit

Yoyo's main attack method is using his yoyo against the player. Yoyo is a low level boss in the game as, despite his attack being a "three hit" attack, he can only add his tiles to the player's board, mostly in a row of three that can either fill the board sideways or upward, though this will also mean that the player has to be quick in defeating him to avoid having the boards filled up and risk losing. Yoyo is fairly weak, taking any amount of damage the player delivers to him, though in exchange for this, he is quite fast when attacking, so the player has to be quick in delivering enough damage to defeat him.

Yoyo Combo:

Yoyo attacks with his plasma-energy yoyo which is a three-hit combo, sending about 2 - 4 of his tiles upon each hit. Luckily, his tiles disappear on an average set of seconds (between 4 - 8 seconds), so this gives the player a fair chance against him. Be warned; he will attack immediately, so it is advised that the player quickly clear Slush Fighters tiles to assure their own victory against him. If not, Yoyo will soon overwhelm the player's board with his tiles, which will cause the player to lose the game.

QuotesEdit

"You... FIENDS!!!" - Optional, Game Determined Dialogue.

"dojo shoutout! :D" - Optional, Game Determined Dialogue.

TriviaEdit

  • How Yoyo and Nhazul ended up in Twilight Tundra is still unknown, though it is speculated that they went there to train for the next RHG Tournament.
  • He is the only known boss character in the game to attack with three moves. The only other possible contender is Nhazul, but he has 3 attack animations and only uses 2 of them to attack.
  • He is one of the known RHG Characters in the game, the others being FLLFFL, Nhazul and Chuck.
  • His color is slightly more darker in the game, than it is in his actual RHG description.
  • His real life counterparts' website (Hyun's Dojo), can be found here.
  • He is one of the remaining Original RHG Fighters in the RHG Tournaments.
  • He used to be a member of the Soldier clan alongside Chuck.
  • The dialogue that Yoyo yells out ("You... FIENDS!!!") is a reference to Jomm's entry from the Dojo's Collaboration #2, where, after unintentionally killing MicWizard, Wrench and the others, Yoyo yells out to Jomm "YOU FIEND!", as Jomm tells him of his entry before being beaten and having back broken by Yoyo as he then tells him to "take it to the back".
  • Just like Nhazul and his weapon, Yoyo's weapon defies a law of physics. This time, the shape of his yo-yo's string would be impossible considering where the actual yo-yo was and where Yoyo's finger is.

GalleryEdit

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