Bleep Bloop Bop
The Bleep Bloop Bop takes the form of a toy mallet with a mostly bright yellow handle, save for a small, silver section near the top. The head of the hammer is split into two identical, bellows-style halves, both of which are bright orange.
"Bleep bloop" is an onomatopoeia for the sound the hammer makes when it hits something, while the second part of its name, "Bop", means "hit". "Piko piko" is the Japanese onomatopoeia for the squeaky sound a toy hammer makes when it hits something. "Bleep boop" achieves the same results in English. The Piko Piko Hammer itself is a popular icon in Japanese anime and games, often wielded as a means to punish others in a mostly harmless way when they cause mischief.
The Bleep Bloop Bop's normal ground combo starts with a single-handed upward diagonal slash and ends with a powerful two-handed downward slash. The combo can be activated after the first upward slash, and consists of another single-handed upward slash, followed by a leap and a two-handed, downward slam.
The aerial combo consists of a two-handed upward slash followed by a powerful, two-handed, downward slam.