Foop is the Anti-Fairy counterpart of Poof and the son of Anti-Cosmo and Anti-Wanda. He is supposedly the first Anti-Fairy baby born in thousands of years. His name is the same as Poof's, but backwards. He is one of the newest main villains in the series.

Nicktoons: Toons WarsEdit

Foop appears as a playable character in Nicktoons: Toons Wars.

Special MovesEdit

Bottle SpellEdit

Bottle Spell is Foop's neutral special. Foop pulls out his magic milkbottle and then fires a dark spell similar to a beam forwards. During this time he can change the direction of the beam but not turn around or walk. The beam overall the pretty short.

Dark LightningEdit

Dark Lightning is Foop's side special. Foop pulls out a black lightning and then throws it forwards. The lightning itself doesn't do much damage but the opponent will sufer from shocks that will do good damage to them.


Anti-Glide is Foop's up special. Foop spreads his bat-like wings and then a dark cosmic substance comes from beneath his wings while he launches upwards. When they hit Foop's head it will do minor damage but when hitting the dakr energy is will do great damage.

Black HoleEdit

Black Hole is Foop's down special. Foop will pull out his magic milkbottle and then will fire a tiny black ball or dark matter forwards. The longer you hold the special button the further it will go, when you release the button the ball will become a big portal that sucks the opponents towards it and damages them.

Foop JetEdit

Foop Jet is Foop's War Strike. Foop will summon his own personal jet verhicle and jump into it, then he is able to fly around the stage horizontally and drop bombs beneath him. He is also able to fire dark spells forwards or above him if there are opponents there. After that the verhicle will fly away and Foop lands on the ground again.

Special CostumeEdit

Foop - Olympic
Foop's special costume is his gym uniform from the episode Spellementary School. With Poof's first day in Spellementary School, he and Foop compete to be the most popular student there, but Foop takes it to extremes when it becomes clear that his classmates favor his fairy counterpart more than him.