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Robert "Bob" Parr
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Mr. Incredible
Character information
Name Robert "Bob" Parr
Alias Mr. Incredible
Franchise The Incredibles
Sex Male
Species Super Human
Relatives Helen Parr (wife), Violet Parr (daughter), Dash Parr (son), Jack-Jack (youngest son)
Friends Edna Mode, Mirage, Rick Dicker
Enemies Syndrome, The Underminer, Omnidroids
Occupation Superhero
Residence Metroville
Voice Actor Craig T. Nelson
Richard McGonagle (additional dialogue)[1]

"The name's Mr. Incredible. Glad to have you on my team."
-Mr. Incredible, when placed on the Disney Infinity Base

Robert "Bob" Parr, also known as Mr. Incredible, is the protagonist of Disney/Pixar's 2004 hit animated feature The Incredibles, and is a starter character in Disney Infinity. Mr. Incredible was released on August 18th at launch, and a Crystal Figure of Mr. Incredible was released on October 11th exclusively at Toys "R" Us. His adventure is Mr. Incredible, the hero. Bob is a superhero with great strength and durability. Bob has the strength superpower. Bob's strength is of such dimensions that he can single-handedly lift a semi-truck with little difficulty. His best friend is fellow super Frozone (Lucius Best). Mr. Incredible is married to Elastigirl (Helen Parr), and they have three kids: Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack.

Appearance

Bob is exceptionally tall with massive shoulders, chest, and arms (as befits his superhuman strength). He has blonde hair (which has receded in his middle-age) and blue eyes. He wears a red jumpsuit with black gloves and boots, an orange belt and the Incredible logo on his chest. In addition to that he also wears a mask for his eyes.

Abilities

Disney Infinity

In the first game, Mr. Incredible had a combo attack where he punches the enemies, as well as a Block Breaker and a Power Attack. In his ranged attack, he smashed into the ground, sending enemies in front of him flying. He also had the ability to lift large objects.

Disney Infinity 2.0

Mr. Incredible has the same abilities as in 1.0. He also now have a Super Jump, which can be unlocked in his Skill Tree.

Skill Tree

Name Description Notes
Health Boost
Health Boost
Increases Mr. Incredible's maximum health.
1 Skill Point
Helping Hand
Helping Hand
Decreases the amount of health needed to revive another Character or sidekick.
2 Skill Points
Health Boost
Health Boost
Increases Mr. Incredible's maximum health.
4 Skill Points
Super Health Boost
Super Health Boost
Increases Mr. Incredible's maximum health.
5 Skill Points
Health Boost
Health Boost
Increases Mr. Incredible's maximum health.
2 Skill Points
Health Boost
Health Boost
Increases Mr. Incredible's maximum health.
3 Skill Points
Helping Hand Upgrade
Helping Hand Upgrade
Decreases the amount of health needed to revive another Character or sidekick.
4 Skill Points
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Name Description Notes
Mid-Air Recovery
Mid-Air Recovery
Allows the Character to recover in mid-air by tapping the 'jump' button.
1 Skill Point
Power Disc Recharge Upgrade
Power Disc Recharge Upgrade
Increases the rate at which the Power Disc meter fills.
3 Skill Points
Power Disc Recharge Upgrade
Power Disc Recharger Upgrade 2
Increases the rate at which the Power Disc meter fills.
5 Skill Points
Run Speed - Level 1
Running Upgrade - Level 1
Increases Mr. Incredible's running speed.
1 Skill Point
Team Player
Team Player
Decreases the amount of time it takes to revive another Character or sidekick.
2 Skill Points
Team Player Upgrade
Team Player Upgrade
Decreases the amount of time it takes to revive another Character or sidekick.
4 Skill Points
Incredible Leap
Super Jump
Hold the 'jump' button to perform an Incredible Leap.
1 Skill Point
This unlocks Mr. Incredible's Super Jump ability.
Run Speed - Level 2
Running Upgrade - Level 2
Increases Mr. Incredible's running speed.
3 Skill Points
Incredible Leap - Level 1
Super Jump - Level 2
Increases the power of Mr. Incredible's Incredible Leap
3 Skill Points
Incredible Leap - Level 2
Super Jump - Level 3
Maximizes the power of Mr. Incredible's Incredible Leap
5 Skill Points
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Name Description Notes
Damage Increase
Damage Increase
Increases the destructive power of Mr. Incredible's combo attacks and any equipped Packs.
1 Skill Point
Street Spike
Street Spike
Allows the Character to slam a carried object into the ground by tapping the 'jump' button.
1 Skill Point
Bob's Damage Upgrade
Ground Pound
Increases the damage and area of effect of Mr. Incredible's Air Assault.
2 Skill Points
Super Damage Increase
Super Damage Increase
Increases the destructive power of Mr. Incredible's combo attacks and any equipped Packs.
6 Skill Points
Repel
Repel
Repel an attacking opponent. Tap the 'block' button just before an attack. Requires skilled timing.
3 Skill Points
Back At Ya
Ricochet
While blocking, Mr. Incredible can ricochet certain ranged attacks.
4 Skill Points
Damage Increase
Damage Increase
Increases the destructive power of Mr. Incredible's combo attacks and any equipped Packs.
4 Skill Points
Incredible Intuition
Sense
Increases Mr. Incredible's ability to sense and repel enemies, and increases the alert time. Reveals hidden items on the radar.
6 Skill Points
Damage Increase
Damage Increase
Increases the destructive power of Mr. Incredible's combo attacks and any equipped Packs.
2 Skill Points
Damage Increase
Damage Increase
Increases the destructive power of Mr. Incredible's combo attacks and any equipped Packs.
3 Skill Points
Block Breakin' Bob
Block Breaker
A counter attack maneuver that allows Mr. Incredible to break an opponent's block.
2 Skill Points
Incredible Attack
Repelling Attack
When performing a Block Breakin' Bob, release the 'attack' button then tap the 'attack' button to perform a powerful attack that repels an opponent. Requires skilled timing.
4 Skill Points

Name Description Notes
Ranged Attack Upgrade
Ranged Attack Upgrade
Increases the damage of Mr. Incredible's Super Ground Smash attacks and any equipped Tools.
1 Skill Point
Ranged Attack Upgrade
Ranged Attack Upgrade
Increases the damage of Mr. Incredible's Super Ground Smash attacks and any equipped Tools.
2 Skill Points
Ranged Attack Upgrade
Ranged Attack Upgrade
Increases the damage of Mr. Incredible's Super Ground Smash attacks and any equipped Tools.
3 Skill Points
Ranged Attack Upgrade
Ranged Attack Upgrade
Increases the damage of Mr. Incredible's Super Ground Smash attacks and any equipped Tools.
4 Skill Points
Ultra Ranged Attack Upgrade
Ultra Ranged Attack Upgrade
Increases the damage of Mr. Incredible's Super Ground Smash attacks and any equipped Tools.
6 Skill Points
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The Incredibles

"True to his incredible strengths, all Bob wants to do is save the world - even if he has to do it undercover. It takes almost losing everything, however, for him to see that the real source of his power is his extraordinary family."

At first Mr. Incredible is enjoying the life of a superhero, or "Super" as they are called. Then, Buddy Pine is tries to become his side-kick and his exhuberence gets him into trouble and leads to several civilians being injured. Meanwihile Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl get married. The public turns against Mr. Incredible and all the supers in response to the injuries and they are forced to hang up their capes. Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl go into hiding as Bob and Helen Parr and try to lead a normal life. He and his wife Helen have 3 children: Violet, who is able to project force fields and turn invisible, Dash, who has superspeed, and Jack-Jack, who initially is thought to be powerless [though it is later revealed that he has several very impressive powers.] Bob is unhappy in his civilian life, because he and his family are forced to hide their powers. This leads him to sneak out with his friend Frozone [who also secretly wants to be a Super again], and fight crime covertly . When he assaults his boss after being prevented from saving a man who was getting mugged, he is fired from his job at the insurance company. Before he can tell his family, a woman named Mirage offers him a large sum of money to stop a robot. He is able to complete the task successfully, but tears his old suit in the process. He receives a new suit from Edna Mode, who is a famous super suit designer. Bob spends the next few months getting into shape while pretending to still be employed at the insurance company. However, his next assignment turns out to be a trap. Bob is captured by Syndrome, a.k.a. Buddy Pine, who intends to avenge himself after being shunned by Supers. Syndrome blamed Mr. Incredible for shunning him as a Side-kick by refusing to let him help and then sending him home to his mother. Bob learns that the robot fights had simply been a ruse to discover flaws in the design, and that Syndrome intends to fake being a superhero by defeating the robot. Bob is able to escape, though barely. Later he uses the computer to discover that many other Supers died during the testing of the robots. But he trips an alarm and is recaptured and is led to believe that his family has been killed after Syndrome shoots down their plane. Later, Bob reunites with his wife, though he is caught embracing Mirage, who had just freed him. Bob and Helen bicker for a bit, then regroup with the children. Syndrome captures the family to try to stop them from interfering with his plan, but they are able to escape with Mirage's help. Bob and his family return to Metroville, and are able to stop Syndrome's robot after a lengthy fight. The end of the film shows that Bob and his family now fight crime together.

Trivia

  • Mr. Incredible was the first character to be animated by the game's developers,[2] and the first (or at least one of the first) figure to have a completed prototype.[3]
  • His model number is 1000001, and his Crystal variant's is 1000030.
  • In Disney Infinity, Mr. Incredible is voiced by Craig T. Nelson, who voiced him in the film (and is rumored to reprise his role in the planned 2018 sequel). His additional dialogue is provided by Richard McGonagle, who voiced him in the video games.
    • This makes him the only character from The Incredibles who has two different voice actors depending on the character's actions.
  • Mr. Incredible is one of the three characters included in the Disney Infinity Starter Pack. The other two are Captain Jack Sparrow and Sulley, he's also the only Incredibles member to not have a single pack release as he's always included in the Starter Pack (if the Crystal variant version of him doesn't count).
  • He has a costume change power disc in Disney Infinity: 2.0 Edition, that gives him his blue super hero outfit from the beginning of the movie. The disc is called Glory Days.
  • He's the first of two characters from the Incredibles who can deflect projectiles (unlocked in his skill tree as Back At Ya), the other is Violet.
  • He has the highest Super Jump out of the 1.0 characters, (tied with Wreck-It Ralph).
  • In third game, the subtitles for his lines are strangely missing (it's rumored they'll be added back in via a patch).

Quotes

"It's show time!"
-Mr. Incredible

"Stay here. They usually pick up the trash in an hour."
-Mr.Incredible when engaged in combat

Gallery

For all photos and videos, see Mr. Incredible/Gallery.

References

  1. http://www.disneyinfinityfans.com/viewtopic.php?f=45&t=5077#sthash.Xl3Fua9B.dpbs
  2. https://vimeo.com/120418911
  3. http://chadliddell.tumblr.com/post/47931082056/this-photo-is-of-an-extremely-early-prototype-mr

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