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"Listen, I'm not the nicest guy in the universe, because I'm the smartest, and being nice is something stupid people do to hedge their bets."

- Rick's Promotional Poster[1]

Rick Sanchez of Dimension C-137 is a Fighter from the Rick and Morty Universe in MultiVersus. He was revealed on July 22nd, 2022 at San Diego Comic Con and was released on September 27th, 2022, during the Open Beta period.


Rick Sanchez C-137 is one of the titular central protagonists of the 2013 Adult Swim animated series Rick and Morty, created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon. Rick, alongside Morty, first appeared in the short film The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti, a parody of Universal's Back to the Future film series. When the two pitched the idea to Adult Swim, the channel pitched Rick and Morty, with the first episode airing on December 2, 2013. Rick, like Morty, was voiced by Roiland until 2022 following allegations of domestic violence and abuse, with Multiversus being one of Roiland's last roles as the character, albeit through archived dialogue.

Rick is an alcoholic, nihilistic, reckless, and megagenius scientist who's considered by many to be the smartest man in the universe, as well as its most wanted criminal. He's Beth's father, Jerry's father-in-law, and Morty & Summer's grandpa. While not an actual villain, Rick has done enough heinous acts throughout the show to solidify himself the title of an antihero.

Official Biography


Let me deus ex machina this sh*t and go home!

A nihilistic mega-genius and one of the galaxies most wanted. Earth-hailing scientist Rick Sanchez has seen just about everything reality has to offer. Nearly always accompanied by his grandson Morty, the two of them have saved the galaxy and the space/time continuum dozens of times.[2]


Come on guys. It's Rick. He's a genius.

Let me deus ex machina this sh*t and go home!

Default Variant

Rick's default look is based on his design from Rick and Morty.


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HOLD 🡆 + J
Rick slides forward with a plasma wall in front of him.
Rick CHARGES a weak but fast lazer PROJECTILE from his blaster. At full CHARGE the shot moves slowly, but deals KNOCKBACK. AMMO applies to full CHARGED shot.
Same as ground.
🡆 + J
Rick COMBOS his enemy with plasma sword slashes and a kick, ending with a rocket PROJECTILE from his arm cannon.
Rick CHARGES a blast from his belt forcefield.
🡅 + J
Rick CHARGES an upward swing with his plasma whip.
Rick CHARGES and shoves the Mega Seed upward. Hitting allies with the Mega Seed will grant them an EDUCATED BUFF that reduces COOLDOWN duration. Enemies receive a SILENCED DEBUFF stopping them from using COOLDOWN abilities. On COOLDOWN, Rick instead pokes up.
🡇 + J
Rick throws a fart bomb in front of him, hitting enemies upward. COOLDOWN applies.
Rick sends a blast downward with his rocket boots, dealing an IGNITE DEBUFF.

Rick summons a Meeseeks that runs forward. Press up input after summoning the Meeseeks to have him uppercut instead. Down input will make the Meeseeks ready a golf club swing. Golf club Meeseeks will swing when an enemy gets near him or if a PROJECTILE gets close, REFLECTING it.
Rick summons a Meeseeks to help keep him in the air. The meeseek will flap a few times before disappearing.
🡆 + K
Rick aims then summons a portal, and can summon a max of two. Allied PROJECTILES teleport between portals if there are two available. Fighters can also teleport through the portals, but portals can only teleport one fighter before shrinking and becoming restricted to PROJECTILES. Rick will immediately teleport after summoning a second portal. If there is only one portal, teleporting through it will bring the fighter to a new portal next to Rick. Allies can press DODGE to teleport through a portal. Fighters will get teleported if they are KNOCKED BACK into a portal. While on COOLDOWN, Rick instead shoots forward on his rocket skiis.
Similar to ground, but if Rick has not already summoned a portal, he will summon two. One will be at the location he is aiming and the other will be next to him.
🡅 + K
Rick CHARGES then launches upwards using his jetpack.
Same as ground.
🡇 + K
Rick fires a polymorph PROJECTILE that detonates after a short duration. Allies receive a MORPHIZED BUFF that increases their size, DAMAGE dealt and the size of their PROJECTILES. Enemies receive a POLYMORPH DEBUFF that turns them into a tiny Reindog. POLYMORPHED enemies are unable to attack and receive increased DAMAGE. COOLDOWN applies.
Same as ground.

No Passives

Fighter Mastery Track

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Rick Wins
Tier 1

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125 Perk Currency
Tier 2

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150 Perk Currency
Tier 3

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175 Perk Currency
Tier 4

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100 Fighter Currency
Tier 5

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250 Perk Currency
Tier 6

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275 Perk Currency
Tier 7

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300 Perk Currency
Tier 8

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325 Perk Currency
Tier 9

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200 Fighter Currency
Tier 10

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500 Perk Currency
Tier 11

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600 Perk Currency
Tier 12

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700 Perk Currency
Tier 13

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300 Fighter Currency
Tier 14


150 Gleamium
Tier 15

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300 Perk Currency
Tier ∞

Update History

1.05 Mid-Season Patch
  • “Bit Of A Stickler Meeseeks” Signature Perk Returns!
    • Perk effect: “Rick’s Meeseeks deal extra damage to fighters that are already in hitstun.”
  • Ground Side Attack 1
    • – Hitbox active duration reduced 1 frame
  • Air/Ground Side Special
    • * Addressed several issues with portals where fighters could be trapped indefinitely or teleported off-screen without ringing out

Rick now takes priority traversing through portals if he attempts to spawn a second portal while another fighter is entering the first portal

1.04 Patch

  • Emotes
    • * Fixed an issue where certain emotes would remove attack recovery

ValentiNeon Patch

  • - Ground Side Attack
    • Increased jab 1 whiff recovery by 5 frames.

New Year Patch

  • ! Air / Ground Side Special
    • Fixed a bug causing the portal aimer distance on Portal Theory and Aerial Portal Stunts to be different depending on the direction Rick was facing
  • ~ Ground Side Attack
    • Adjusted the velocity of jab 3’s rocket based on charge time
  • - Ground Down Attack
    • Yeah, Fart Bomb!’s fart bomb will now be destroyed if Rick is knocked back before the fart bomb activates

FestiVersus! Patch

  • ~ Ground Side Attack
    • Adjusted the launch speed of jab 3 rocket so that it’s based on charge time.
    • Longer charges increase speed of the rocket.
  • ! Air Up Special
    • Another attempted online fix for the movement occasionally not happening.
    • We haven’t been able to reproduce this bug, but found some issues that might be causing it. Let us know if this bug happens again after the attempted fix.

Season 2.02 Patch

  • - Ground Side Attack
    • Increased whiff recovery by 2 frames on Jab 1
  • - Air Side Attack
    • Dodge cancel window delayed by 10 frames on whiff
  • - Air Down Attack
    • Increased whiff recovery by 2 frames
  • ! Air/Ground Up Special
    • Fixed an issue where Rick would sometimes not launch himself upward.

Season 2.01 Patch

  • ! Bug Fix
    • Enemies with a projectile block buff and are teleported through Rick's portal will no longer have their hitstun removed upon exiting the portal.

Season 2 Patch

  • ! Bug Fix
    • Fixed issue where portaling would kill Rick while in the grace area
  • ! Bug Fix
    • Fixed bug where Rick can use ground down attack while on cooldown
  • ! Neutral Attack
    • Addressed inconsistencies in projectile priority for uncharged laser

Season 1.05 Patch

  • Removed experimental tag.
  • ! General
    • Fixed bug where held items would appear on the wrong hand.
  • ! Ground Neutral Special:
    • Fixed bug where you could infinitely summon meeseeks.
  • ! Ground/Air Side Special:
    • Fixed bug where enemies could dodge out of the portal and not be hit stunned.

Season 1.04 Patch

  • ~ Air/Ground Side Special
    • Various improvements to portal and teleporting positioning.
  • ~ Ground Up Attack
    • Aligned VFX to better align with Rick's whip's hitboxes.
  • - Ground Up Special
    • Increased whiff lag by 3 frames
  • - Ground Up Special
    • Charge damage multiplier reduced to 1.5 from 2.0.
  • - Air Up Special
    • Reduced charging multiplier on KB and damage 1.25 from 1.5.
  • - Air/Ground Down Special
    • Knockback Multiplier from being Polymorphed reduced to 1.5x from 2x.
  • - Air Side Attack
    • Reduced base KB to 1350 from 1400
  • - Air/Ground Neutral Special
    • Charged Neutral Blaster is now on an ammo system, Rick starts with 2 ammo with 1 ammo being returned back to him every 8s.
    • The intention of this change is to prevent extremely passive projectile gameplay.

Season 1.03 Patch

  • Rick was a playable fighter in the Open Beta.

September 25 2022

  • Tony Huynh reveals Rick is an Expert character.[3]

July 22 2022

  • Rick was revealed to be a playable fighter in MultiVersus.


  • Rick's quote from the official website originally incorrectly said "day ex machina" instead of "deus ex machina". Player First Games CEO and CoFounder Tony Huynh thought that this change could've been intentional.[4]
    • The quote was eventually fixed on September 1st, 2022.
      • The quote was also taken near-verbatim from an episode of Rick and Morty, where it is correctly pronounced "deus".
  • Rick was meant to appear on the Tech Tests/Closed Alpha title screen alongside a Mr. Meeseeks, but they were both scrapped due to Rick not being revealed in time and were placed by Finn and BMO instead.
  • Although the Rick we see in-game is the one from the C-137 dimension (the main Rick from the show), he has two recycled voice lines in which he states that he's either the Rick of the D-716 dimension or the Rick of the D-716B dimension.
  • Rick's Grounded Neutral Special is named after the Meeseeks' debut episode.
  • Rick, Harley Quinn, and Morty are, currently, the only Fighters in the game who can swear if the player has toggled the "Mature Language" option on in the Settings menu.
    • Batman and The Man in Black also say the "badass" and "ass" swears respectively, but the game doesn't count them as being mature language.
  • In the Open Beta, Rick, as well as Morty and Evil Morty, was originally voiced by Justin Roiland (via his archived recordings from the first five seasons of Rick and Morty), before being replaced by Ian Cardoni following a controversy.