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IVYSAUR
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Availability Starter
Final Smash Sunny Day


Ivysaur is one of the few returning characters in Super Smash Bros. Calamity, returning from Super Smash Bros. Brawl (albeit no longer with Pokémon Trainer, just like Squirtle in this game and Charizard in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U).

Changes

Notice As stated above, Ivysaur is no longer with Pokémon Trainer.

Notice Ivysaur's moveset has been changed, mostly its Pokémon Change move has been removed as, stated above twice, Pokémon Trainer is no longer with Ivysaur.

Buff Ivysaur can now tether recover with its grab.

Moveset

Normal attacks
Attack Name Description Damage
Jab Vine slap Ivysaur strikes with one vine and another one with more knockback. 3% first hit, 4% second hit
Side tilt Leaf-copter Ivysaur spin its leaves around its bulb as a helicopter blade, hitting multiple times. 2% first four hits, 5% last hit
Side smash Vine slam Ivysaur slams its vines on the ground in front of it. Uncharged, 13% Charged, 16% - 24%
Up tilt Vine swipe Ivysaur swipes with its vines above it. 3% first hit, 6% second hit
Up smash Spores burst Ivysaur releases a burst of spores above it with its bulb. Heals Ivysaur. Uncharged, 13% Charged, 16%-25%
Down tilt Vine sweep Ivysaur sweeps with one of its vines. 6%
Down smash TBA ... Uncharged, ??% Charged, ??%-??%
Dash attack Tackle Ivysaur tackles the opponent. Early, 13%

Late, 7%

Aerial attacks
Attack Name Description Damage
Neutral air Ivy-spin Ivysaur spins around while facing diagonally downwards. 2% each hit
Forward air Aerial vine strike Ivysaur strikes with its vines in front of it. 14%
Back air Behind vine strikes Ivysaur spins around and strikes with its vines with the second one being stronger. 5% first hit, 8% second hit
Up air Aerial spore burst Ivysaur releases a burst of spores from its bulb above it, launching itself downwards. The sweetspot is above Ivysaur, which heals it, while the sourspot weakly meteor smashes opponents. 14% (sweetspot), 4% (sourspot)
Down air Down spore burst Ivysaur releases a burst of spores from its bulb beneath it, spiking opponents with it when sweetspotted and heals Ivysaur as well. 15% (sweetspot), 6% (sourspot)
Grabs and throws
Attack Name Description Damage
Grab Vine grab Ivysaur uses its vines to grab opponents. Unlike in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, this move can be used in the air and can be used for tether recovery. 2% (in the air)
Pummel Vine squeeze Ivysaur squeezes the opponent and heals itself. 2%
Forward throw Razor Leaf Ivysaur tosses the opponent away with its vines and tosses a razor-sharp leaf forward. 7% (throw), 4% (leaf)
Back throw Behind toss Ivysaur tosses the opponents away with its vines behind it. 11%
Up throw Spore blast Ivysaur puts the opponent on its bulb and releases a spore blast above it. 7%
Down throw Vine slam Ivysaur jumps upwards and slams the opponent on the ground with its vines. 9%
Special attacks
Attack Name Description Damage
Neutral special Synthesis/Hyper Beam Synthesis involves Ivysaur storing solar energy to heal and charge up Solar Beam. Can be roll cancelled to keep the charge, though even when hit and when dying it keeps the charge. When fully charged, pressing the special button will make it fire a beam of solar energy diagonally upwards from its bulb, dealing high knockback. Fully charges when at least 22% or more of damage is healed from the charge or its bulb/pummel attacks. 0% (charge), 25% (Solar Beam)
Side special Bullet Seed / Take Down On the ground, Ivysaur will do Bullet Seed, which involves in it fires seeds forward with its bulb. The seeds hit rapidly and can last up to 1-5 seconds, but can rack up high damage, but with little to no knockback.
In the air, Ivysaur will do Take Down, which involves in it dashing a short distance forward. If ir makes contact with an opponent, they will be launched far, but it doesn't deal much damage, and also take some recoil.
5% ~ 25% (Bullet Seed), 7% (Take Down), 9% (Take Down recoil)
Up special Vine Whip Ivysaur uses one of its vines to grab onto a ledge as a tether recovery. When it doesn't latch onto a ledge, Ivysaur will fling its vine diagonally upwards and hit any opponent near it, dealing low base knockback. 5%
Down special Stun Spores Ivysaur releases multiple spores around it, stunning opponents as well as damaging them, setting them up for a potential combo. Has a fifteen second cooldown. 4%
Final Smash Sunny Day Ivysaur summons strong sunlight, restoring most of its damage and giving it three SolarBeam charges. 0%
66% (recover)

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