Specials Moves Edit
Neutral B - ResorteraEdit
Ramon takes out a slingshot (stolen from El Chavo), and proceeds to take aim at an opponent. 0.5 seconds after it is taken out, B can be released to shoot it. Oherwise, while B is held, Ramon can walk around and preform small jumps. The projectile itself is very quick and does decent damage. Is an enemy is hit while moving, they trip. Damage is increased while they are attacking in any way.
Side B - PrestaEdit
Don Ramon will go into a grabbing animation, in which any landing frames work as a grab. It also works as a counter, in which when attacked, Ramon will throw his opponent forward doing more damage. Projectiles can also be grabbed. It initially steals one random B move from an opponent, excluding their up B, which lasts for 16 seconds. If the opponent is carrying an item, he steals the item. It can work through shields.
Up B - SecarropaEdit
Don Ramon will put up a clothesline background structure, in which when A is pressed besides it, he will zip up it. The lower he starts the higher he will go. This can be used by other opponents playing as Ramon. Only one can be out on the field, in which when B is pressed again, a new clothesline is produced. They are place able in mid-air.
Down B - La CalaveraEdit
Ramon puts up a chalkboard trap with a skull and crossbones drawn across it, pressing Down B again will make him go into a stationary mode, where he decides the board's attack; A for Electricity, B for Poison, and R for Explosion. Anyone in the center of the chalkboard is stunned for 2 seconds. Poison dispels quickly when Ramon hits his opponent. The board disappears after 10 seconds, as its effects will still linger for 10 more seconds.
Final Smash - FerrocarrilEdit
Don Ramon brings up the chalkboard again, this time drawing a crude sketch of a random opponent (they all look the same, yet he will explain who they are). He will then imagine (by drawing a line through them and making the appropriate sounds) what would happen if they were to get hit by s train. Well, his wish comes true as the opponent is run over by a train, dealing massive damage, along with damaging anybody else in its path.
Note: his taunts are in Spanish, these are the translations
Side Taunt: (He laughs)
Down Taunt: (sarcastically) Oh yeah, I'm so afraid! Look how I'm trembling of fear!
Up Taunt: I don't give you another one because...
Snake Codec Edit
Snake- Colonel! This guy keeps demanding funds for his rent!
Colonel- Thats Don Ramon you're fighting, Snake...
(Otacon randomly appears)
Otacon- Yeah, I would like two with extra cheese...
Snake- Otacon! Hacked right into my channel, huh.
Otacon- Nope, wrong number...
Snake- Inter-channel punch!
(Punching sound as Otacon's screen shakes)
Character Description Edit
Don Ramon is a character hailing from El Chavo del Ocho. He is a widower, currently unemployed, only making ends meet by preforming odd jobs. He hasn't paid his rent in over fourteen months, and Señor Barriga is not pleased. Despite being quick-tempered, mainly by El Chavo's antics (quite like some other man),he can still be fairly upbeat despite his poor lifestyle.
- Don Ramon is the character with the longest idle animation so far.
- With El Chavo del Ocho's first broadcasts dating back to 1972, Don Ramon is the oldest Lawl character in terms of source material. That was until New Hercules was announced, because his source material is from 1969.
- Don Ramon is portrayed by the late Ramon Valdez.