Epic Sax Stage
Eurovision Song Contest symbol
Universe Eurovision Song Contest
Appearance Smash Bros. Lawl
Size Small
Availability Starter
Music track(s)
  • Run Away
  • Guile Stage
  • Unreal Superhero 3
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
  • KNAS
  • Come On, Shrek it Up!

Epic Sax Stage is a stage in Smash Bros. Lawl. This is close to serving as a replacement of Brawl's "Final Destination", being commonly used in movesets, although the original Final Destination is included, but only seen in Classic Mode. Epic Sax Stage is based off the "Epic Sax Guy" meme. As a bonus, the Epic Sax Guy makes a cameo in the background. The stage itself serves the purpose of playing some of the most epic songs on the Internet.

Layout Edit

When it was first unveiled, Epic Sax Stage was entirely flat, having no hazards. Each side was a walk-off to the side blast lines.

From Mary's moveset video onward, this stage was given a complete overhaul. It now has ledges on the sides, pits leading to the bottom blast line, and two slowly moving platforms on each side. Additionally, more detail is given to this stage.

Music Edit

Title Description Composition and arrangements
Run Away Source: SunStroke Project
Guile Stage Source: Super Street Fighter II
Composer: Isao Abe
Keygen: Zealot Composer: Kenet and Rez
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Source: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Composer: Quincy Jones III
KNAS Composer: Zaiko
Come on, Shrek it Up! Composer: Cami

Origin Edit

This stage originates from the stage where SunStroke Project's song "Run Away" took place during the Eruovision Song Contest 2010 in Oslo, Norway. After the contest, "Run Away" became the subject of an internet meme surrounding the saxophone solos of Sergey Stepanov, who was dubbed the "Epic Sax Guy".

Kruel KO Edit

On Epic Sax Stage, along with meeting the other Kruel KO requirements, the opponent must be KO'd to the top of the screen. Then, the opponent will land inside an amplifier. The Epic Sax Guy then plays music until the amplifier explodes, and the Epic Sax Guy does the Bros Pose with the winner.

Gallery Edit

Early design Edit

Trivia Edit

  • This stage, along with Final Destination, is not based off a playable character's specific series.
  • This stage featured Guile Stage song, to which Guile hadn't become a character until a year later.