Originating from Super Smash Bros. Melee, Final Destination is the only place to "get the job done" because it's the purest stage. A flat platform floats in the middle of nowhere as space and time pass it by. Items may not be brought to Final Destination, only pure skill.
The native animal is the Fox.
Jim: Dude, you have NO skill in Melee.
Bob: Think so? No items, Fox only, Final Destination.
(noun) The homeground of all tourneyfags, Final Destination is a completely flat stage in the Super Smash Bros. series.
Tourneyfags enjoy this stage as it provides absolutely no advantages to any players or characters.
In Super Smash Brothers Brawl, 9 out of 10 of all matches played on the internet occur here. Masahiro Sakurai, the person in charge of making of SSBB, considered renaming it First Destination, because of its incredible "popularity" in previous games.
In the original Super Smash Brothers for the Nintendo 64, Master Hand was fought here at the end of story mode.
In Super Smash Bros. Melee for the Gamecube, you encounter Master Hand here again at the end of Classic mode, occasionally joined by Crazy Hand. In Adventure mode, you fight Bowser (and sometimes Giga Bowser) on this stage.
In Super Smash Brothers Brawl for the Wii, you fight Master Hand on this stage at the end of Classic mode, and you fight Tabuu on this stage in The Subspace Emissary.
John: Hey did you make that list of Brawls you had on the internet for me?
Joe: Yeah, here it is:
Me (Toon Link) Vs. Ike Vs. Marth Vs. Snake
Battle 1: Final Destination
Battle 2: Final Destination
Battle 3: Final Destination
Battle 4: Final Destination
Battle 5: Final Destination
Battle 6: Final Destination
Battle 7: PictoChat
Battle 8: Final Destination
Battle 9: Final Destination
Battle 10: Final Destination
John: Let me guess: no items the whole time?
Joe: Not a single one.
A highly ingenious horror movie.
A boy called Alex has a premonition that the flight he's on, headed to France, will explode. He tells everyone to get off the ill-fated aircraft but only Alex, five other students and his teacher get off the plane. Moments later in the departure lounge the seven people see the plane explode before their very eyes. Now the FBI thinks that Alex had something to do with it and follow his every move. His friends also start to become suspicious and slowly fade out of his life. But now, each one of his friends is being stalked and killed by Death who is intent on collecting the souls of those who cheated it.
The film was followed by a horrible sequel (Final Destination 2) and was followed by a good-enough sequel years after that (Final Destination 3)
I love 'Final Destination'. It's one of the best horror films I've ever seen. It's very original and has a brilliant twist at the end. Everyone should watch it.
'Final Destination 2' was a crappy sequel. The only good thing about it is the car scene. 'Final Destination 3' is pretty good though.
a situation which presents ample opportunity for a freak accident to take your or another person in close proximity's life
Dude, I was driving on the highway behind an old white van with a rusty ladder attached to the top with a frayed bungie chord. I was freakin out cause it seemed pretty frickin "final destination" but I'm alive so I win. F you Death.