Nico Nico is a competitor in the King for Another Day Tournament. Its character is Terebi-chan, Nico Nico Douga's mascot. It was selected by the rippers.
- "Coming all the way from Japan, Nico Nico enters the battle! Don’t get too close to Terebi-chan, as many devious tricks are hidden behind the cute face on its screen. The voice samples it emits are just a small sample of the toolset this little television has prepared for the tournament. With the sounds of Miku, Aniki, and many more, this contestant is ready to win the crown and go MAD with power!"
- —Nico Nico's description on the MOJO!!
Nico Nico was revealed at the end of "Hammer - Super Smash Bros. Melee". Its source list consists of rips featuring sources popular on Nico Nico Douga, such as Inmu, "Ippon Manzoku", "Promise", "Dance Robot Dance", Cheetahmen 2, and IOSYS remixes, and rips featuring music from popular late-2000s anime, such as "Fuwa Fuwa Time", "Hare Hare Yukai", and "Luka Luka★Night Fever".
Lines in bold were used in the tournaments.
- In her stock icon when she loses, Nico Nico displays a black screen with the word "Out of order" in Japanese.
- Nico Nico has the ability to suddenly have buff, muscular arms burst out from the side of her, an homage to the Gachimuchi meme series. It is not explained how it is possible for her to do this.
- On the last Mojo post, The Party - Part 3, it is revealed that Nico Nico is Unregistered HyperCam 2's sister. The connection is reasonable, since many memes are shared among YouTube and Nico Nico Douga.
- Unregsitered HyperCam 2 also comments on how he wishes he could've teamed up with Nico Nico had he still have been a viable contestant for King for Another Day.
- A few SiIvaGunner rips have been reuploaded to the Nicovideo website, most of which are credited. A NicoNicoCommunity page for SiIvaGunner also has been written.
All of Nico Nico's dialogue consists of references, quotes, and memorable lines from popular Nico Nico Douga memes and fads, making most of her connection to other characters limited since most of them cannot understand what she is talking about. Nico Nico is not exempt from listening however, so her speech is still in relation to the current hand at topic.
|Metal Ajit Pai (VS.)||Alexander Vishnevskiy "Russian Robot"||Alexander Vishnevskiy demonstrating a very robot-like performance at the IFBB 2003 Grand Prix in Hungary. This served as a contributor to the Gachimuchi meme series. It's inclusion relates to Metal Ajit Pai's new robotic body.||YouTube|
|Metal Ajit Pai (Victory)||El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron||El Shaddai's main character, Enoch, displayed a wide variety odd dialogue and weird expressions during the game's trailers, a notion that caught attention to users of 2ch and Niconico in which MADs would be made out of him. It's inclusion relates to the heavy amounts of bulk armor Metal Ajit Pai has outside of him.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Geno (VS.)||VIP先生||DJ XBrav uploaded the "Geno's Forest" remix to Newgrounds on June 24th, 2004, which would later gain more traction three years later on Niconico as VIP先生, a loop of an erotic-dancing robot from Fritz Lang's Metropolis while the songs plays.||Niconico|
|Geno (Victory)||VIP先生||"I'm a gaming god" references the last verse said in the Rawest Forest remix.||Niconico|
|Off the Hook ft. Paruko (VS.)||Danny Lee/Kiyoshi Kazuya||A popular phrase of words uttered by Danny Lee in Water Gun Shootout 2 of Junkyard Boyz. Off the Hook ft. Paruko is interpreted as a gang, with three characters combined into one contestant slot.||N/A|
|Off the Hook ft. Paruko (Victory)||Shinryaku! Ika Musume||Part of the lyrics to the opening of Shinryaku! Ika Musume (Squid Girl), a 2000's manga and anime series about a squid-like girl discovering the surface as a waitress.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|"Weird Al" Yankovic (VS.)||Michael Jackson sang Tetete||Part of the lyrics to Michael Jackson's "Remember The Time", specifically his backing vocals. It's inclusion is a reference to a popular mashup on Niconico called "Michael Jackson sang Tetete" combining "Remember The Time", "You Rock My World", and BGM for iDOLM@STER Town.||YouTube|
|"Weird Al" Yankovic (Victory)||JoJo's Bizarre Adventure||The battle cry to the main villain of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure part 1 and 3, Dio Brando. This is used for "Weird Al" Yankovic because he was referenced in the final episode of Stardust Crusaders.||YouTube|
|Pitbull and the Aliens (VS.)||Chargeman Ken!||The signature catchphrase for the main character of the Chargeman Ken! series, Ken Izumi, when transforming into his superhero persona.
The series is known to many as being a "so bad, it's good" example, featuring confusing plot structure, stiff animation, and poor sound design. Chargeman Ken! is mainly popularized for its usage in MADs.
This is used for Pitbull and the Aliens in association with the series' enemies, Jurals, Earth-invading aliens.
|Pitbull and the Aliens (Victory)||Chargeman Ken!||An infamous line from the 35th episode of Chargeman Ken! "Dynamite in the Brain" when Ken reveals to Professor Volga he actually has been murdered, turned into a human robot, and a bomb is implanted inside his head, before ejecting him into a Jural's ship as an explosive.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Nintendo Power (VS.)||Airmoto/SGI||A line said by Kurachi in the short future2 skit, "Ishikawa's Visit", where two men (named Ishikawa and nicknamed "Backman") arrive at Kurachi's apartment to advertise Soka Gokkai International, a Japanese Buddhist religious movement.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Nintendo Power (VS.)||Airmoto/SGI||The second line said by Kurachi in "Ishikawa's Visit",||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Men in Black (VS.)||Alien Alien||The last few lyrics to the song "Alien Alien" by Hatsune Miku. This song was heavily used in MADs (and later YTPMVs) of multiple sources.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Men in Black (Victory)||Alien Alien||A verse to the song "Alien Alien" by Hatsune Miku.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|ZUN (VS.)||Cookie☆||RU姉貴's "Today is good weather" line is used here. It stems from "Marisa and Alice's Cookie Kiss", a Valentines Day collaborated special released in 2009 that also falls within the category of "so bad, it's good".||YouTube (timestamped)|
|ZUN (Victory)||Cookie☆||UDK姉貴's "I forgot!!" line is also used here, when Marisa remembers it is Valentines Day and she never gave Alice a Valentines Day gift.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Thanos (VS.)||Cookie☆||Nico Nico mistakes Thanos for the popular Cookie☆ character NYN姉貴, because of their mouse/rat-like appearances. The phrase "Atama waru waru" is also used in the quote as well, referencing the many remixes made from the phrase.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Thanos (Victory)||Cookie☆||One of few lines from kofji姉貴 in Easter☆, when Nazrin gives WEB姉貴 (as Alice Margatroid) her change.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Wario Partners, LLP (VS.)||Cookie☆||HNS姉貴's "Ah, Reimu. Are you slacking off again?" line can be found, when Alice notices Reimu at the beginning of the video. This is most likely used for Wario and Waluigi's lazy and immovable attitudes.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Wario Partners, LLP (Victory)||Anthony Stone "Chavez Obama"||The infamous lines said by Anthony Stone in his appearance in Switchcraft, when harshly ordering Edweina Simplestein for breakfast and commenting on her unhealthy shape. This is used for Wario Partners, LLP. in reference to Wario's fat.|
|King Dedede (VS.)||Kirby: Falcon Punch Remix||A well-known mashup spread throughout YouTube and Niconico of Super Smash Bros.'s "Dream Land" matched with clips of Kirby, Captain Falcon, and the Announcer, most of the clips being Kirby's voice of "Falcon Punch!".||YouTube|
|King Dedede (Victory)||Airmoto/SGI||A reference to a Gourmet Race MAD featuring an interview with Masami Hisamoto, where she expresses the happiness she felt when Daisaku Ikeda praised her for her TV appearances, to which she says "PARN!", representing an explosion (of joy).||Niconico|
|Solid Snake (VS.)||Billy "Aniki" Herrington||Nico Nico chants "Aniki" (big brother) twice, and makes a reference to Billy Herrington's trip to Japan, where he recorded a video of himself regarding the economic crisis of Nico Nico Douga, including his most famed quote, "ASS WE CAN". This is used for Solid Snake in reference to his position as brother of Liquid Snake and Solidus Snake.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Solid Snake (Victory)||Billy "Aniki" Herrington||Nico Nico again repeats "Aniki", but in a more solemn tone, possibly referencing Billy Herrington's death on March 3rd, 2018.||Wikipedia|
|DJ Professor K (VS.)||Japanese Fanta Commercials||A line said in a series of adverts for Fanta in Japan, of adults with exaggerated personalities filling in their role as teacher for a class of third graders. Parodies of the commercials would be made with 2000's animes such as The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and other video game series like Touhou Project.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|DJ Professor K (Victory)||Dynamo Feeling||A special song provided by Japanese rapper You the Rock★performed at the Nona Reeves' in-store live show at Tower Records Shibuya. This also is a popular catchphrase among those of the Inmufags, who had a deep relation with Gota Nishidera, leader of Nona Reeves, because he looked a lot like Yajuu-Senpai (YJSNPI).||YouTube|
|Quote (VS.)||Dance Robot Dance||Part of the lyrics to the song "Dance Robot Dance" by Hatsune Miku. This song was heavily used in MADs (and later YTPMVs) of multiple sources.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Quote (Victory)||Dance Robot Dance||The repeated chorus heard in "Dance Robot Dance" by Hatsune Miku.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Adam Levine (VS.)||Stylish Yankee Doodle||A hand-drawn animated series of videos found on Niconico of Fate/Zero characters Tokiomi Tohsaka and Gilgamesh striking stylish poses to the tune of "Yankee Doodle". This is used for Adam Levine in reference to the maroon and gold colors the two characters sport.||Niconico|
|Adam Levine (Victory)||Stylish Yankee Doodle||Nico Nico starts to sing "Lalalala lalala" to the tune of Yankee Doodle (see reference above).||Niconico|
|Johnny Bravo (VS.)||Shit Soup Technique||Nico Nico comments, "Ikemen?" to Johnny, meaning "good-looking", which is what is used to refer to the characters of the one-shot bara manga. Additionally, this is also where the "Yarinaika" meme stems from.||Niconico|
|Johnny Bravo (Victory)||Shit Soup Technique||The most popular line of words from the manga, "Shall we do it?", when Takakazu Abe unzips his jumpsuit and exposes his genitals to Masaki Michisata.||Niconico|
|Mr. Krabs (VS.)||Happy Set||The dialogue shouted from the narrator of the commercial, advertising a McDonald's toy of SpongeBob straw toys that talk when drunken out of. Many MADs were created using this source, often clashing with Ronald McDonald.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Mr. Krabs (Victory)||Happy Set||The popular catchphrase said by the blue shirt kid featured in the commercial, which additionally became reported by Hatena News about it's trending status on Twitter.||YouTube (timestamped)|
|Mariya Takeuchi (VS.)||There's No Fucking Seat For You!||The most well-known phrase from the live-action adaptation of Life, which was criticized for its cheesy acting. The manga series was about depictions of bullying and explicit content involving high school students.||YouTube|
|Mariya Takeuchi (Victory)||Jang-Dong Gun||A popular MAD source that features Jang-Dong Gun, a popular South Korean actor and celebrity, talking about mail-order service for women's cosmetics.||YouTube|
|Dr. Robotnik (VS.)||Airmoto/SGI||Nico Nico compares Dr. Robotnik to one of the audiences in the future2 episode, Masayuki Oshima, who is also referred to as "Egghead" or "Boiled Egg" because of his bald head.||Niconico|
|Dr. Robotnik (Victory)||Airmoto/SGI||The set of letters, "vO", represents ASCII-art indicating a famous pose by Oshima. It was coined by NND commenters on an edit of the episode slowed down as a source for MADs (now unavailable).||Niconico|
|Daft Punk ft. Pharrell (VS.)||Cyclops-Senpai (Yajuu-Senpai)||The main bulk of the transcript from Cyclops-Senpai, the incarnation of Yajuu-Senpai, derived from "Scooop!!! 1 – Virtual Sex – Meet the Team!!!".||Niconico|
|Daft Punk ft. Pharrell (Victory)||Cyclops-Senpai (Yajuu-Senpai)||The first few lines of the transcript from Cyclops-Senpai. Inmufags are the main source of popularization for this video, to which MADs would also follow, using this video as a source.||Niconico|
|Papyrus (VS.)||Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san||A reference to a line from Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san, a manga and anime series based on the author's real life experiences of working at a bookstore employee portrayed by a skeleton man.||YouTube (playlist)|
|Papyrus (Victory)||Spa (スパ王)||References to commercials to Nissin, particularly their advertisement on spaghetti. These are used frequently in MADs utilizing the commercial audio.||Niconico|
|Jack & Elmo (VS.)||Jack Black Defines Octagon||The sentence mixing found within a popular MAD, "Jack Black Dance Like a Butterfly", combining the source of Sesame Street's "Jack Black Defines Octagon" and Smile's "Butterfly". The original Nicovideo link is down, but stein has reuploaded the video onto YouTube under the many coron accounts.||YouTube|
|Jack & Elmo (Victory)||Jack Black Defines Octagon||A reference to "8 Sides of Nico Nico Douga", a collaborated efforts between many YTPMV mixers and video editors that includes many of the most famed songs from Niconico culture remixed into a medley utilizing the Octagon source.||YouTube|
|Dr. Piccolo (VS.)||Ginyu Force Pose||An iconic fighting pose associated with the Ginyu Force, a team of Frieza's five elite mercenaries. It's well-choreographed and Super Sentai/Power Rangers inspired stance has been parodied time after time by Dragon Ball Z fans.||YouTube|
|Dr. Piccolo (Victory)||Yamcha's Death Pose||A reference to the popular meme of Yamcha's position after being harshly injured in the battle against Saibamen. The phrase "You were Yamcha..." is also usually tagged in Niconico posts, originally derived from the expression "You were reckless".||Niconico|
|Jack Bros. (VS.)||Matsuoka Shuzo||Former professional tennis player and popular commentator, Matsuoka Shuzo is known for his video messages about motivating his fans to keep on trying and never to give up. One video includes Shuzo talking to the viewer while outside in cold weather.|
|Jack Bros. (Victory)||Matsuoka Shuzo||Another line of Shuzo talking to the viewer about how weather should get hotter. He has also become a prominent source for Niconico MADs and even YTPMVs.|
|HOBaRT (VS.)||I'm Hungry||A song written by famous Vocaloid composer, Lamaze-P. It also comes with an animation, but like "Get Down" and "Fukkireta", it is a short and simple loop. This is used for HOBaRT in relation to his food-making.||Niconico|
|HOBaRT (Victory)||PoPiPo||Part of the lyrics to Hatsune Miku's "PoPiPo", a song about vegetable juice.||YouTube|
|Rhythm Masters (VS.)||Elemental Creation||A popular copypasta that imitates the sounds heard in the intro to the Dance Dance Revolution song "Elemental Creation" by dj TAKA and DJ YOSHITAKA.||YouTube|
|Rhythm Masters (Victory)||Second Heaven||A popular track from the arcade series beatmania IIDX that has been used notoriously in MADs for the famously misheard lyrics of "Somebody Scream!" to "Sanbai Ice Cream! (Triple Ice Cream!)" The song, along with others in its soundtrack, has also been reused numerously with other Niconico sources.||YouTube|
|Donkey Kong (VS.)||Hammer||Another popular MAD source, Hammer originates from the arcade game Donkey Kong. A MAD creator on Niconico began to use this song in his works despite its simple quality, even being dubbed "The Hammer Man". The Hammer Man has also been known to upload a Hammer MAD on the 11th of every month, a tradition fans maintain.||YouTube|
|Donkey Kong (Victory)||UNCHI KONG||A rendition of Donkey Kong with Pac-Man's eyes and colors. The audio is taken from Japanese spliced clips from the character Hades from Kid Icarus: Uprising. The original line is, "Do you know what launching is?" combined with "Donkey Kong". Visually, UNCHI KONG is a recolor of Donkey Kong with the eyes and colors of Innyume, a Japanese emoji horror game character. UNCHI KONG closely translates to "Shitty Kong".||Niconico|
|MissingNo. (VS.)||sm666||Nico Nico becomes fearful of MissingNo., thinking it is sm666. sm666 is a gruesome video created by Piropito famously known as a creepypasta of searching the 666th user on Nicovideo and the webpage slowly decaying to creepy and devil-like elements before a hand reaches out to the viewer at the end. There is also a YouTube reciprocal of this.||YouTube|
|MissingNo. (Victory)||Windows Error Remixes||The text is mimicking the contents of a Windows error message, a source of MADs found on Niconico. They utilize not only error sound effects, but pop-ups, invalid inputs, and mouse clicking.||Niconico|
|The Jazz Cats (VS.)||Kemono Friends||A quote from Serval, mascot and consistent character of the Kemono Friends series.||Niconico|
|The Jazz Cats (Victory)||Kyu Kyu Nyaa Nyaa||A four-step dance with music from Monster Hunter Freedom Unite playing, an expansion to Monster Hunter Freedom 2. The song and animation would be featured on Niconico before the game's release and include Touhou character Chen (link down).||YouTube|
|Eminem (VS.)||Hakata-san||Nico Nico chants the name "Hakata-san" to Eminem, a reference to the 2009 moe gijinka character for table salt. Originally starting as a MAD source meme for the Hakata Salt Company logo, users of the Nico Nico Pedia and Oekaki comment boards began to confess lewd imaginations for salt. This led to the creation of Hakata-san, who sported a colorful Mexican hat and poncho due to the solar salt being taken from that country.||Niconico|
|Eminem (Victory)||Hakata-san||An video posted by Lamaze-P, creator of the famous Vocaloid songs "PoPiPo", "Fukkireta", and "Get Down", animated a version of Hakata-san dancing while spliced clips from the Hakata Salt Company sound logo were reconstructed to say, "Hakata-san! How disgraceful!" to the beat.||Niconico|
|Law & Disorder (VS.)||Airmoto/SGI||Nico Nico references Daisaku Ikeda, the third and honorary president of Soka Gakkai. "Desk Slam" is a reference to an animation of Ikeda slamming his desk at a conference, which later became the basis for ICG姉貴's slam (Cookie☆).||Niconico|
|Law & Disorder (Victory)||Analoguma||When the National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan (NAB) were forced to make a new mascot, Chide-jika (a pun on the words "digital TV" and "deer"), members of the Japanese textboard 2ch parodied this character with the creation of Analoguma, utilizing the words "analog TV" and "bear". Fans even composed its own fight song, containing a vocal track from Hatsune Miku.||YouTube|