Super Gulp Pop Fizz
can be best (and worst) described as the comic book love child of Professor Snape and Beast from X-Men
. Shake those images out of your head, because this Skylander is a lot of fun to use. He's full of bizarre ideas, but let's face it: most of the time, weirdness is a fantastic trait for a video game to have.
This Skylander might be oddly-named; he's not some insane mascot for a soft drink company; he's a tiny critter who happens to be a Dr. Jekyll-style potion master. And the potions he deals with don't have much in common with the potions you may know (and heavily rely upon) from role playing games. Nope, all of these have destructive applications. The variety is actually fascinating. Default potions are simply hurled at enemies for explosive damage per second. Upgrading the Potion Lob results in more damage and projectiles, localized effects, and special potion types, the best of which transforms into a ferocious familiar.
Super Gulp Pop Fizz's potions might look volatile and dangerous (because they are), but that doesn't mean he won't imbibe them. Doing so sends him into Beast Mode, a savage and notably larger version of the Skylander that deals heavy melee damage for a short period of time.