Final Destination, as seen in Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Yes, here it is again: Final Destination. The simplest stage out of all of them and is mostly preferred in competitive play. There isn't really much to say about this stage,but there is one important thing to point out. Notice the curve underneath the sides of the stage? Try not to get anywhere underneath that part, otherwise you will hilariously fall to your doom. You also Fight on this stage In events 40 and 41.
It first debuted in Super Smash Bros. as an unplayable stage. At the end of Classic Mode, Master Hand is fought on the stage. It returned in Melee as a playable stage,hosting the battles with Master Hand, Crazy Hand, and Giga Bowser. Final Destination is also a playable stage by default in Brawl. It plays the same role as it always has in Classic Mode,but now is also played on when facing either of the Hands in Boss Battles.
Final Destination's appearance has changed every game. Starting in the original Smash Bros., it was an old temple-like structure that was flat, lacking the lip. In Melee it was changed to more of a techno appearance, and it was no longer flat. It was colored black and pink/purple. For Brawl, the techno appearance was kept and the colors were changed to shades of blue. The lip also changed.
One thing each version of Final Destination is the background. The stage travels through space, the background changing as the fight goes on.
 Final Destination Brawl Music
- Final Destination
- Credits (Super Smash Bros.)
- Opening (Super Smash Bros. Melee)
- Final Destination (Melee)
- Giga Bowser (Melee)