|Ray Mk II|
|Size*||8 x 3 x 2|
|Description||One of the Ray models. While it has no special features, it's the best balanced Ray model.|
|Action||V2: Mid-range Vanishing Tackle.|
Arena: Fast sliding kick.
|Standard Damage||V2: 150|
|Effect||V2: Opponent is sent upwards.|
Arena: Opponent hit straight away.
|Ground Speed||130 hm/s|
|Jump Speed||179 hm/s|
|Jump Distance||45.0 in|
|*currently measured in inches|
Ray Mk II is a Shining Fighter robo that has appeared in Custom Robo V2 and Custom Robo Arena. It is a Jumper Style robo in V2 and the Other Style robo in Arena. Like its name suggests, it's a member of the Ray Series and is primarily used by the Hero in V2 and the Hero in Arena.
In Arena, it is eventually replaced with Ray Mk III.
How to obtainEdit
- Custom Robo V2: Start A New Journey.
- Custom Robo Arena: Start of Single Player Mode. After it is taken away by your Dad, you can talk to him again after defeating Eddy to obtain it for the second time.
Use his powerful charge to inflict massive damage, and also to escape from combos easily.
The air dashes are useful when coupled with Ground Legs to dash in and quickly use a charge.
His charge attack (in both V2 and Arena) is very useful and can be used to combo multiple hits together.
|This set is mainly oriented towards driving opponents into lava. Maps, where there are large pools of lava such as Dead Line are best fit for this set-up. Stun the target with a bomb and then repeatedly deploy the pods in the target's direction. Finally, fire the Sniper Gun when they're at the top of their ascension from the P-blasts. If done correctly, the enemy will be blasted back a ways back and into the lava, racking up large amounts of damage on them.|
- Like the robo it is based on, Ray Mk II is named the Light Phenomenon of the same name (sans Mk II, obviously).
- Ray Mk II is the first revision of an already existing robo.
- It is the first Ray model to be featured in the Super Smash Bros. series.
- It seems to borrow Sol's Charge attack in Arena. This was probably done to differentiate its charge from Ray Mk III's charge.
- Ray Mk II has been the beginning Robo twice and is only Robo to do so.
- Ray Mk II's default set (as seen by the render from the website) is the following:
- His Smash Bros. Trophy's Parts Set is the following: