|Date of first public release||2004|
|Version||0.7c, October 30th, 2004|
Dink Smallwood refers to the cocky pig farmer turned hero who is the protagonist of a comedic Zelda-like Role Playing game named after the character. He's been very loosely converted by Most_Mysterious who debuted into the mugen community with this character. As the author wasn't much graphically skilled until around nine years later, the mugen character only vaguely resembles his source counterpart by the colors of his outfit. Despite the gameplay being rather unrefined compared to the mugen creations the author would produce in the later years of his tenure, Most_Mysterious have already managed to secure a small cult following, partly by the off-beat "so bad it's good" like charm.
The character's intro storyboard initially begins as an reentactment of how the original game began, until Dink makes a reference to a now-defunct site and suddenly gets transported to another realm by Thanos. Landing on a garbage bin, he gets redirected to a corporation that manufactures machines that allow their users to travel between realms. The corporation - somehow already aware of Dink's otherwordly origin - cite finacial problems and redirects Dink to a fighting tournament that would allow the corporation to produce another machine as long as Dink can win it.
Dink is a tall character cappable of dealing at least 20% of damage with simple bread'n'butter combos as the author did not discover the damage scaling mechanic back when he did this character. He also has a large assortment of projectile attacks at his disposal, ranging from fireballs, bombs, boomerang-like axes and ducks. As the author didn't knew what would be too much of anything, he comes equipped with a striker system and even an instant kill system.
All of the supers require 3 power stocks unless noted.
- The author - now known as The_None has expressed interest in completely remaking this character at least a few times. One of such hints is a redrawing attempt he did in 2007, which was used few years later in an intropose of the author's most recent Omega Tiger Woods update. The author would finally follow through the attempt to overhaul the character in March 2017.
- His readme states that his bird fliping special move is "Technicaly similar to: Super from one of my chars (Eric Cartman for instance)", hinting that he was developing the South Park character at one point. As the author lost the data in a hard drive crash however, nothing of the character survived beyond an intropose used in Omega Tiger Woods.