Jake MultiVersus: Perks, Attacks & Unlockables

The MultiVersus Jake guide will provide you complete details on the Adventure Time character so that you can master it and become unstoppable in the game.

We all know that Jake can stretch his body in the cartoon, but did you know that he can do the same in the game? Sounds cool, right? If you want a character that could play with the team and offer you a staggering benefit over the opponent, then Jake is your guy.

Key Takeaways
  • Jake The Dog from Adventure Time, is a Bruise character in Multiversus, excelling in close combat and arena control.
  • His stretchable body provides a significant advantage, enabling long-range strikes and evading attacks, making him an excellent team player.
  • Standout perks: Sticky stuns nearby enemies, Lumpy Space Punch boosts team damage, Triple Jump grants an extra jump for combos, and Toon Elasticity reduces bounce velocity.
  • Notable normal attack: Belly Bump breaks enemy armor and creates space by pushing them backward.
  • Key special attack: Stretching Out makes Jake huge, knocking back and damaging enemies, though cooldowns can slow him down.

Here are all the stats for Jake:

StatsGround AttacksGround SpecialsAir AttacksAir SpecialsPerks
Mobility: 5/10

Weight: 5/10

Dmg: 6/10

Ranged: 4/10

Support: 4/10

– Eat Spikes!

– Funky Junk (Side Atk)

– You Axe’d For It! (Up Atk)

– Splits! (Down Atk)

– Rubber Stomach, Dude!

– Giddy Up! (Side Atk)

– Stretchin’ Out (Up Atk)

– That’s Heavy, Dude (Down Atk)

– Belly Bump

– Funky Junk (Side Atk)

– Mace In Yo Face (Up Atk)

– Where’s My Halfpipe? (Down Atk)

– Rubber Stomach, Dude!

– Giddy Up! (Side Atk)

– Stretchin’ Out (Up Atk)

– That’s Heavy, Dude (Down Atk)

– Toon Elasticity

– Second Wind Beneath Your Wings

– Lumpy Space Punch

– Triple Jump

– Leg Day Champ

– Tasmanian Trigonometry

– Stay Limber, Dude

– Sticky

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All Perks Of Jake In MultiVersus

We are going to list all the best perks for Jake MultiVersus. You can easily unlock these perks as you move on with the game. Once you unlock certain perks, it will become a lot cheaper for you to buy these perks for characters other than Jake.

Defense Perks 

Jake doesn’t have a long list of defense perks, and there actually is just one, but that doesn’t mean that the character is bad at defense at all.

PerkBenefitWay to Unlock
Toon ElasticityThis perk helps your team get a reduction to ground by 20%. It also offers a wall bounce velocity.You can unlock Toon Elasticity by reaching Mastery level 4.

Offense Perks 

Offense perks help Jake during attacks in MultiVersus. There are two offense perks, both of which are worth it.

PerkBenefitWay to Unlock 
Second Wind Beneath Your WingsOnce your team rings out an enemy, they refresh special air attacks.You can unlock the perk by reaching mastery level 12 
Lumpy Space PunchYour team deals with damage with melee attacks when they’re in the air by 5% increase.You can unlock this perk by reaching mastery level 2 

Utility Perks

Jake’s utility perks are quite reasonable, and they can often save the day, not just for you but for the whole team.

PerkBenefitWay to Unlock
Triple JumpOnce your team hits an enemy in the air, they’ll receive an extra jumpOnce you reach Mastery level 11, you can unlock this perk
Leg Day ChampYour team gets an increased jump height by 10%You can unlock the perk by reaching Mastery Level 7
Tasmanian TrigonometryUnder the base knockback influence, your team could receive a 15% increaseThe perk could be unlocked by reaching Mastery level 13.

Signature Perks 

Signature perks are special perks only available for your particular character, and you can’t access them if you don’t pick Jake. These perks are where Jake’s natural features shine.

PerkBenefitWay to Unlock
Stay Limber, DudeIn this perk, Jake’s house gets the ability to bounce back into the air after it hits the ground.The perk is available at Mastery Level 10
StickyIf the enemy touches Jake during stretching, they’re stunned, and Jake could hit them with buns for greater damage.The perk is available at Mastery level 8

Unique Attacks

Jake Battle
Jake Fight

Jake’s attacks are just as unique as his character in MultiVersus. These attacks can cause any opponent to kneel down.

So, let’s get into it and find out all Jake’s unique attacks:

Attacks Description Input
Belly BumpIn Belly Bump, Jake’s belly is expanded, knocking the enemies forward. Then, his belly transforms into a mallet spin and breaks armors too.Air Down Square
Funky JunkFunky Junk attack offers a combo of spike swing balls to JakeAir Up Square
SplitsSplits is a two-way attack that breaks the armor of the opponentDown Square
Funky Junk 2Funky Junk 2 is a combo where Jake punches the opponent and ends it all with a belly bump.Side Square
Where’s My Halfpipe?Jake bounces off of enemies and allies, and it turns into a combo that the third hit will be ignited.Air Down Square
Mace in Yo FaceMace in Yo Face is yet another combo of spike ball swings dealt by JakeAir Up Square
You Axe’d for itOnce the axe swing is charged, this charging extends the rangeUp Square
Eat SpikesAs you charge the spike ball swing, it breaks the armor of your opponentNeutral Square

Special Attacks

  1. Transforming:
    • Jake transforms into anything, serving as a mode of transport for allies.
    • Team members bouncing off Jake cause damage to opponents.
  2. Morphing:
    • Ideal for close combat, Jake can morph to extend reach beyond his small stature.
  3. Rubber Stomach:
    • Jake turns his stomach rubber-like, swallowing enemies and allies.
    • Spit-out allies gain new armor; enemies are ejected at a distance.
  4. Stretching Out:
    • Jake deals damage from various angles, with only his head vulnerable.
    • Enemies must grasp his head to harm him during the stretch.
  5. Giddy Up:
    • Jake transforms into a galloping horse, offering allies a ride.
    • Activated with a special button, it reverts to normal upon release.

Jake Combos

Multiversus Jake
Jake Combos

Jake in MultiVersus has decent combos that, while not overly impressive, can be effective with strategic use. His ability to string together hits and launch enemies in projectile motion, followed by an up-air, adds versatility. Additionally, he can execute a down-air shot, followed by a neutral or forward air, providing options for damage or sending opponents airborne.

  • Although there isn’t an extensive range of combos to explore, Jake’s inherently effective attacks negate the necessity for complex combinations.
  • For optimal results, mix and match tricks, using reasonable attacks followed by mid-air moves for lasting damage.
  • Despite the limited predefined combos, Jake allows room for experimentation and customization in MultiVersus.

MultiVersus Jake: All Unlockables

There are a lot of unlockables for MultiVersus Jake if you want to get the most out of this character. These unlockables could help you perform better, or they just look cool, but in either case, you gotta have them.


Cake is a variant of Jake in MultiVersus, and it also is its female version. You can get Cake with pretty cool clothes in Tier 15. But you need to have access to premium features if you want to unlock Cake.

Lady Rainicorn

Lady Rainicorn is a profile icon that you can easily unlock even in your free gaming account. And you don’t have to go far because it can even be unlocked by just completing Preseason Battle Tier 6.


Ballet is yet another cute emote-taunt that you can access in free and premium accounts, but there is a cost for it. You need to trade 500 Gleamium for this emote, and you’ll immediately get it.

Fort, Sweet Fort

It is a banner; you can use it once you complete the pre-season battle pass tier 14. But it will only be available for you if you have a premium account.

Jake 1

Jake 1 is a profile icon that you can unlock once you get to the mastery level of 14. It is a little difficult, but it’ll help you develop your gameplay with even more efficiency.

Jake 2

Jake 2 is a badge that you can get access to when you reach mastery level 15. It isn’t easy, though; that is why once you get your hands on the badge, it’s so worth it.

Jake 3

It is an announcer pack that you can purchase and enjoy. But you’ll need at least 100 Gleamium to get your hands on this pack.

Jake- Wink

It is a sticker; you can unlock it only when you complete the Preseason battle pass tier 3. But there also is another catch. You can’t unlock the sticker or emote until you have premium access to the game.

Jake is the kind of character that doesn’t seem very great, but as soon as you learn more about him, you realize that you gotta choose him. There also are some of the best perks for Jake MultiVersus that make him quite a sought-after character. And yes, how could you forget about his unlockables and attacks? Well, he’s one of those characters that make you fall in love with the game itself. So, enjoy playing with Jake MultiVersus!

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