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"Lola makes sure everyone knows when she enters a room. She's an expert in the fine art of causing a scene to get what she wants, and she's proud of it!"
Lola Portrait

Lola is an Epic Brawler who could be unlocked as a Brawl Pass reward at Tier 30 in Season 9: Brawlywood, or can be obtained from the Starr Road. She has moderate health and a consistent damage output. For her attack, Lola attacks by firing six jewels at a long range. Her Super summons her Ego, a clone that moves whenever Lola moves and attacks. Lola's first Gadget, Freeze Frame, will momentarily immobilize her clone in exchange for a significant damage reduction shield. Her second Gadget, Stunt Double, instantly makes her switch locations with her Ego while both slightly heal. Her first Star Power, Improvise, increases Lola's attack damage if she has only one ammo. Her second Star Power, Sealed With a Kiss, allows her Ego's attack to heal herself and allies.

Attack: Diamond Eyes

"Lola's favorite accessory is also her favorite weapon! It shoots from the eyes in short bursts and with plenty of panache."

Lola fires 6 jewels from her fox at a long range with a slight spread. Her attack deals a high amount of damage if all of its projectiles hit, but Lola has a noticeably long unload time.

Super: Megalomaniac

"Lola releases her Ego that mimics her every move. If it's too close to Lola though, it will deal less damage."

Lola's Super summons her Ego, which both moves and attacks in the same direction as Lola at the same time. Her Ego deals the same amount of damage and has an identical attack range as Lola, but it charges Lola's Super half as quickly. A 3.33-tile radius glows around Lola while her Ego is on the battlefield; if her Ego enters the radius, it shrinks in size and deals 50% less damage. Since it is a spawnable, Lola's Ego cannot pick up items such as the Gems in Gem Grab or give its team points in Hot Zone. If Lola runs into a wall but the movement joystick is still aimed, the Ego will continue to move in that direction, and vice versa. Her Ego is slightly slower than Lola herself, too.


Freeze Frame

"Lola's Ego stops moving to strike a pose! Gaining a 50% shield for 4 seconds."

When Lola uses this Gadget, her Ego will become immobile for 4 seconds, but it will receive a shield that reduces all damage it takes by 50% for the same duration. The Ego can still attack.

Stunt Double

"Lola and her Ego switch locations and recover 1520 health."

When Lola uses this Gadget, she instantly teleports to her Ego's location, and her Ego teleports to her location, while they both heal 1520 health. Lola must be within 12 tiles of her Ego to activate this Gadget, and she retains any status effects while teleporting.

Star Powers


"When down to her last round, Lola deals an extra 30% damage."

Whenever Lola has only one full ammo, each projectile from her next attack will deal 30% more damage.

Sealed With a Kiss

"Projectiles from Lola's Ego heal allies that are caught in its path by 208 health."

The projectiles of Lola's Ego can heal herself and allies for 208 health per projectile. The projectiles pierce through allies and can still damage enemies.


This section describes content that has been replaced or removed from the game. This information is kept here for historical purposes.
"Lola spawns an additional Ego when using Megalomaniac, and she has an increased Super Charge."

Lola's Super charged faster, and she spawned another clone 3 tiles below the original clone, however, this could be offset by a wall.


  • How far away to place your Ego depends on the situation you are in. Placing it close to her can allow them to do a large amount of damage to a single target and eliminate them faster. Alternatively, Lola can place it away from her to control a large area with her damage. This also removes the damage penalty of her Ego, causing it to pose more of a threat.
    • Although it will die much quicker, Lola can also throw her Ego in front of her and use it as a shield, blocking non piercing attacks, especially with the help of her Freeze Frame Gadget. This can be combined with the Health Gear to recover a good portion of health behind your Ego.
  • Lola can control multiple lanes with her Ego if played correctly. This is best used in Hot Zone, where her Ego provides a distraction for the enemy team.
  • It may be more advantageous to keep Lola without any ammo when she doesn't need to heal when she has her Improvise Star Power, thus maximizing her burst damage.
  • Lola's Ego with her Freeze Frame Gadget can be used to attack enemies behind walls, especially throwers like Tick, Barley, or Sprout.
  • In Siege, Lola can use her Super and her Freeze Frame Gadget to temporarily delay the Siege Robot from attacking your team's IKE turret. Similarly, in Heist, Lola can place her Ego near the safe and activate Freeze Frame while standing behind it so you can deal damage while the Ego is shielded and can block enemy fire more effectively.
  • Lola's Freeze Frame Gadget can be used to reposition yourself to your desired location in relation to your Ego. For example, if you throw your Super and want to be on top of it, you can activate Freeze Frame to position yourself right on top of your Ego.
    • Lola can also reposition her Ego by moving such that her Ego runs into a wall. This way she can get closer to her Ego or position it to a desired position. A corner is very suitable in this situation. Stacking Lola's Ego on top of her allows for higher damage potential and consistency.
  • Lola's Ego can be used to have yourself attack enemies without the risk of being defeated yourself, such as throwing it next to the middle when starting off a Brawl Ball round, where more often than not, players frequently rush the middle.
  • Lola's Ego has its own ammo supply that always reloads at Lola's base speed. Status effects that change reload speed such as playing with the Quickfire Modifier do not affect her Ego.

Voice Lines

Spawning In the Lead Receiving Damage Defeating An Enemy Defeated Attacking Activating A Super
"Look at the eyes, chico! They never lie."
"Oops, sometimes a lady has to be the bad guy!"
"I'm an icon, a legend, and the moment."


  • 28/10/21:
    • Neutral Lola became available to play in the Training Cave.
  • 08/11/21:
    • Neutral Lola and Rebel Lola were added to the game.
  • 17/11/21:
    • Nerf Lola's health was decreased to 3800 (from 4000).
    • Nerf Lola's main attack damage was decreased to 260 (from 280) per projectile.
    • Neutral Lola's facial animations were reworked.
  • 01/12/21:
    • Neutral Lola's Sealed With a Kiss Star Power was added.
  • 16/12/21:
    • Nerf Lola's Super Ego now deals 50% less damage if it is less than 3.33 tiles away from Lola.
  • 01/03/22:
    • Neutral Lola's Stunt Double Gadget was added.
  • 27/04/22:
    • Neutral Lola and Rebel Lola's facial animations were reworked.
    • Neutral Lola's True Silver and True Gold skins were added.
  • 08/06/22:
    • Neutral The Galaxy Storm Lola skin was added. It was featured as a Worst Bunch skin.
  • 29/06/22:
    • Neutral Lola, Rebel Lola, and Galaxy Storm Lola's main attack visual effects were slightly reworked.
  • 31/08/22:
    • Buff Lola's Stunt Double Gadget healing was increased to 1000 (from 350).
    • Nerf Lola's Freeze Frame Gadget damage reduction was decreased to 50% (from 75%).
  • 05/09/22:
    • Neutral The Lawless Lola skin was added. It was featured as a Power League exclusive skin for Brawl Pass Season 14.
  • 12/12/22:
    • Neutral Lola's main attack and Super visual effects were reworked.
  • 14/04/23:
    • Neutral The Kitsune Lola skin was added. It was featured as a The Ayakashi Clan skin.
  • 25/04/23:
  • 27/06/23:
    • Buff Lola's Sealed With a Kiss Star Power healing was increased to 150 (from 100) per projectile.
  • 05/09/23:
    • Neutral All Brawlers' health and damage were increased from 5% to 10% with each Power Level.
  • 24/10/23:
    • Neutral Lola's Stunt Double Gadget healing was increased to 1216 (from 1000) and now scales with Power Levels.
    • Neutral Lola's Sealed With a Kiss Star Power healing was increased to 187 (from 150) per projectile and now scales with Power Levels.
    • Neutral Lola's flavor text was changed from "Part guide and part actress and full diva, Lola is THE leading lady of Brawlywood. She attacks with her scarf and her super is a channeled manifestation of her Ego." to "Lola makes sure everyone knows when she enters a room. She's an expert in the fine art of causing a scene to get what she wants, and she's proud of it!"
  • 06/11/23:
    • Neutral The Cobra Lola skin was added. It was featured as a Power League exclusive skin for Brawl Pass Season 21 and a Bizarre Circus skin.
  • 27/11/23:
    • Neutral The Lavish Lola skin was added. It was featured as a Retropolis Nights skin.
  • 12/12/23:
    • Neutral Lola's rarity was changed to Epic (from Chromatic).
  • 29/04/24:
    • Neutral Lola's Mutation was added for a limited time.
  • 20/05/24:
    • Neutral Lola's Mutation was removed from the game.


Skins (8)


Skin Pins
Lola Skin-Default
Lola Pin-Neutral


Lola Pin-Happy


Lola Pin-Sad


Lola Pin-Angry


Lola Pin-GG


Lola Pin-Clap


Lola Pin-Thanks


Lola Pin-Phew


Lola Pin-Special


Lola Pin-Facepalm


Lola Skin-Rebel
Lola Rebel Pin-Neutral


Lola Rebel Pin-Happy


Lola Rebel Pin-Sad


Lola Rebel Pin-Angry


Lola Rebel Pin-GG


Lola Rebel Pin-Clap


Lola Rebel Pin-Thanks


Lola Rebel Pin-Phew


Lola Rebel Pin-Special


Lola Skin-Galaxy Storm
Lola Galaxy Storm Pin-Neutral


Lola Skin-Lawless
Lola Lawless Pin-Neutral


Lola Skin-Kitsune
Lola Kitsune Pin-Neutral


Lola Skin-Cobra
Lola Cobra Pin-Special


Lola Skin-Lavish
Lola Lavish Pin-Thanks






Kitsune Lola-Spray

Kitsune Lola


Profile Icons





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Kitsune Lola

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Lavish Lola

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Lawless Lola

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Cobra Lola