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This is a list of Trophies and Spirits that appear in Super Smash Bros. Charged. These can be obtained by winning Spirit battles in Spirit Orders; players can collect a Spirit that can grant them stat boosts and abilities that can be used in other modes alongside their Trophy. Trophies of the playable fighters can also be obtained by beating solo modes as them; they do not have Spirit equivalents.

A Spirit's effectiveness and abilities are measured by the number of ★ is has, which can range anywhere from one to four. Somewhat like Stickers and Equipment, players can equip a set number of Spirits on their fighter. They are given a limit of 12 ★, and can use however many Spirits they want as long as they don't exceed the limit. For example, players can have up to three ★★★★ Spirits, up to 12 ★ Spirits, or a combination of any kind of Spirits. In cases of Spirits that let the user start with items, only one can be used at a time.

Trophies

Below is a list of Trophies by franchise. Click on an icon to be taken to that franchise's Trophies.

SSB Super Smash Bros. Series SSB Mario Series SSB Donkey Kong Series SSB Yoshi Series SSB Wario Series SSB Mario RPG Series SSB The Legend of Zelda Series SSB Metroid Series
SSB Kirby Series SSB Star Fox Series SSB Pokémon Series SSB F-Zero Series SSB Ice Climber Series SSB Animal Crossing Series SSB Punch-Out Series SSB Duck Hunt Series
SSB Metal Gear Series SSB Castlevania Series SSB Sonic Series SSB Persona 5 Series SSB Mega Man Series SSB Pac-Man Series SSB Banjo-Kazooie Series SSB Fatal Fury Series
SSB Plants vs. Zombies Series SSB Bloons Tower Defense Series SSB The Loud House Series SSB My Little Pony Series SSB Special Symbol
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Giga Bowser
If you thought Bowser was scary as-is, Giga Bowser will be your worst nightmare! Some characters battle him during their route in Classic Mode. At first, you're battling a regular Bowser, but after he gets KO'ed, he returns and transforms into this monstrosity, and the battle just got a whole lot harder! As you can imagine, his attacks are bigger, stronger, and scarier than normal Bowser's. He's a lot heavier too, so expect a long, painful battle to the death.
Boss
  • GCN: Super Smash Bros. Melee (2002)
  • Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2007)
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Duon
A giant robot created by the Subspace Army in Brawl. It consists of two bodies that share the same set of wheels. That may make it difficult to get around, but what Duon lacks in mobility, it makes up for in raw power! In battle, the blue side will attack with powerful sword slashes, while the pink side will launch missiles and bombs. They'll occasionally switch sides to change who attacks as well. Neither side has any real weakness, so just keep wailing on it until it's over!
Boss
  • Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2007)
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Gamyga
These massive enemies from Super Smash Bros. Brawl make a return in Smash Run DX as well! It's held up by a tower-like structure, making it out of reach for most fighters while it shoots massive laser blasts. Sure, you can tackle the Gamyga head-on - figuratively and literally - if you want to get things over with sooner, but if you're height challenged (and you probably are) you can knock out the bases to cut down its size.
Enemy
  • Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2007)
Master Giant
Master Giant
When you reach the end of Classic Mode, you usually expect a final battle with Master Hand, maybe Crazy Hand too. Smash 4 flipped the script on this; on higher difficulties, Master Hand's glove rips open, revealing a strange black substance called Swarm. The first form it takes on the highest difficulties is Master Giant; it looms over Final Destination and has many powerful attacks, some of which involve lifting the entire stage!
Series Related
  • 3DS: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (2014)
  • Wii U: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014)
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Master Beast
Master Beast is the second form Master Core takes, or the first if you've set the intensity somewhere from 6.0 to 7.0. It's got the tail of a scorpion and the jaws of a giant dog. As you can imagine, it has plenty of power behind it, and can be difficult to take down. Master Beast mostly uses physical attacks, though it can also use lightning attacks to damage you repeatedly if you're caught in the blast!
Series Related
  • 3DS: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (2014)
  • Wii U: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014)
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Master Edges
Starting at intensity 5.1, Master Core can take the form of Master Edges. This group of five swords will use various slashing moves that cover a lot of range, and some of them even send projectiles your way! They may look independent, though they all function as one, so if you attack one, you attack them all. It being suspended in midair makes it more difficult to hit than the other forms, but keep wailing on it and you'll take it down!
Series Related
  • 3DS: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (2014)
  • Wii U: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014)
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Master Shadow
Once you've beaten Master Edges, you get to face the hardest opponent of all: yourself. No, really! Master Shadow will copy you and your moves - it seems to have copied Mario this time! Initially, it starts bigger and stronger, but the more you attack it, the weaker it gets. This is the final form Master Core enters in the 3DS version, but in the Wii U version, you'll need to face Master Fortress before you can win!
Series Related
  • 3DS: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (2014)
  • Wii U: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014)
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Master Core
Once you take down Master Shadow (or Master Fortress in the highest intensities of the Wii U version), the true villain will show itself. This small, Smash Ball lookalike is Master Core's true form. It has no offense, no defense, not even any movement. It just sits in the middle of the stage and does nothing. Your final goal is to knock around Master Core enough to send it off the stage and KO it, ending your long and arduous brawl.
Series Related
  • 3DS: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (2014)
  • Wii U: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014)
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Galeem
Galeem is the Lord of Light. Not a whole lot is known about its existence, but its primary goal is to destroy the World of Trophies and recreate it as a world of only light. It captures Master Hand, and uses an army of puppet fighters to do his bidding. Everyone else had their bodies burned, leaving just their spirits, which are used to possess the puppet fighters. Kirby is the only one who survives the attack, and now it's up to him to find his friends and put a stop to Galeem!
Series Related
  • Switch: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018)
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Dharkon
Where Galeem represents light, Dharkon represents darkness. It takes the powerful Crazy Hand as captive and, while Galeem is temporarily wounded, Dharkon steals the remaining puppet fighters in its endeavor to make the World of Trophies into a land of darkness. Eventually, Galeem declares war on Dharkon, leading to a titanic battle of light vs. dark, one that unfortunately the heroes are caught in.
Series Related
  • Switch: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018)
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Mario
Ever since Mario's first outing in the arcade classic Donkey Kong, Mario has gone from a small-time video game mascot to a household name! Nowadays, he's taken up many roles in his video gaming career, from go-kart racing, to tennis, to managing hotels, and even being a seasoned olympian! In Smash Bros., Mario gets a bit of help from his friends in Super Mario Allies. He can summon them for several of his attacks. What a helpful bunch!
Fighter
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Mario
Mario's dash attack is his classic dive from Super Mario 64. He will leap forward and slide across the ground, damaging opponents he hits. Pressing the attack button again will allow him to leap again and deal more damage. If he leaps off a ledge, you can cancel it into other moves! Similarly, his neutral attack is the punch-punch-kick combo from Super Mario 64, which is good for racking up damage. It's also fast, so it's nice for getting opponents off of you.
Fighter
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Luigi
The Year of Luigi may be all but a funny memory now, but you can still prove that Mario's cowardly co-star is still awesome! Though he often helps Mario on his journeys to save Peach, he also goes on his own adventures where he must clean out rowdy ghosts from haunted mansions. In Smash Bros., Luigi takes some cues from Mario in fighting style, adding his own flair to them. His Green Rocket can be charged up, allowing him to blast upward and damage anyone in his path.
Fighter
  • Arcade: Mario Bros. (1983)
  • GCN: Luigi's Mansion (2001)
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Luigi (Alt.)
Luigi's Green Missile from previous games is gone, but now he can use an identical move called Green Rocket for his up special! It's similar, and even has the same "Misfire" mechanics, but it lets him travel upward instead. You can even angle it to get a more favorable path for recovering or sniping opponents. Luigi's new side special is Hammer, where he pulls out his trusty mallet and swings it... only for the head to fly off. Not to worry though, the head is a powerful projectile that can be sent at different angles, and even bounces along the ground!
Fighter
  • Arcade: Mario Bros. (1983)
  • GCN: Luigi's Mansion (2001)
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Peach
The pink princess of the Mushroom Kingdom rules over her kingdom with kindness, grace, and elegance. All things you would expect from a princess. While she is normally kidnapped by Bowser and had to be rescued by Mario, Super Princess Peach changed up the formula, and saw Peach rescuing Mario! In Smash Bros., she comes to battle with her parasol friend Perry in hand. She has a special Vibe Meter that can be charged up over battle. Once filled, she can use one of her Vibes to get an extra edge over opponents.
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • DS: Super Princess Peach (2006)
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Bowser
Mario's arch-nemesis, and the main reason why Peach is often in another castle. He may be the king of Koopas and an overall thorn in everyone's side, but he's actually a big softy who wants to be good but... hasn't been successful at it lately. In Smash Bros., Bowser boasts impressive strength, allowing him to KO opponents in just a few attacks! Plus, he's so heavy that he'll simply laugh off weaker attacks. It'll take a lot of power to launch him away!
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
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Bowser (Alt.)
Fire Breath, Bowser's neutral special move, has two variants. If you tap the button, Bowser will spit a single fireball that explodes on impact. If you hold the button, he will instead spew a stream of flames that continually burn opponents. His up special Whirling Fortress has him crawl into his shell and spin around. On the ground, you cam move left and right across the ground to damage opponents, and in the air, you can repeatedly tap the special button to rise upward.
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
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Dry Bowser
One day, Bowser decided to take a dip in the lava. This caused his skin to melt off, revealing the equally-as-terrifying skeleton underneath. Mario first faces him in New Super Mario Bros., where he not only has Bowser's imposing strength, but is also immune to fireballs! In Smash Bros., Dry Bowser is Bowser's Echo Fighter, and their movesets are pretty one-to-one with each other. He's a bit lighter, but he's also faster, and can rack up damage quicker.
Fighter
  • DS: Mew Super Mario Bros. (2006)
  • Wii: Mario Kart Wii (2008)
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Dry Bowser (Alt.)
Dry Bowser's Dangerous Breath is a bit different from Bowser's Fire Breath. You can't deal as much damage with it, but he breathes various breaths of many colors. Each one can inflict a different effect on opponents, such as dizziness, flower, mushroom, and even freezing! These effects are good for putting your foes in a bad spot for you to land an easy KO on them. Bowser Bomb, his down special, has him rocket downward and heavily launch enemies below him, making it a good follow-up for Dangerous Breath.
Fighter
  • DS: Mew Super Mario Bros. (2006)
  • Wii: Mario Kart Wii (2008)
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Dr. Mario
Mario has taken up many hobbies, but one of his better-known occupations is practicing medicine. He studies at the Mushroom Kingdom Hospital alongside Dr. Luigi and Nurse Peach, developing small capsules called Megavitamins to help his patients. In Smash Bros., his strong attacks can eliminate any viruses in his way. Don't expect him to patch you up after the battle either - his only prescriptions are KOs!
Fighter
  • NES: Dr. Mario (1990)
  • 3DS: Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure (2015)
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Dr. Mario (Alt.)
Dr. Mario may have been a clone of Mario in previous games, but now that Mario is getting help from his friends in Super Mario Allies, Dr. Mario is no longer just a "slower, stronger Mario". Well, he's still strong, but he's inherited Mario's trademark speed and frame data this time around! Dr. Tornado, his down special, is a powerful spinning move that hits multiple times. You can move around while spinning, and if you repeatedly tap the special button, you can rise into the air as well.
Fighter
  • NES: Dr. Mario (1990)
  • 3DS: Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure (2015)
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Bowser Jr.
Bowser's spoiled son, heir to the Koopa throne, and #2 on Mario's list of rivals. He helps Bowser on his raids to kidnap Peach, often trying to stop Mario in his tracks. In Smash Bros., he is always found in his personal Jr. Clown Car. This tank is loaded with gadgets and gizmos he can throw at opponents. In addition to being able to float in midair, the Jr. Clown Car also lets him take less damage if attacks hit it directly. However, attacks that hit Jr. in the head will deal more damage.
Fighter
  • GCN: Super Mario Sunshine (2002)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Bowser Jr. (Alt.)
With all the weaponry the Jr. Clown Car carries - cannonballs, boxing gloves, a big tongue, drills, forks, a boot, and even more - it's a wonder how it's actually able to stay flying. The only handheld weapon Bowser Jr. carries is a hammer, which he uses for his up air attack; it's quick and deals good damage. He can also swing a hammer after using his up special Abandon Ship!, where he can either swing it sideways for damage or downwards for a meteor smash. The Koopalings use their personal wands instead of a hammer.
Fighter
  • GCN: Super Mario Sunshine (2002)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Larry Koopa
Larry is the youngest of the Koopalings, recognizable by his large, blue mohawk. He has a short temper and quick to anger, making him a pretty worthy opponent for Mario. In New Super Mario Bros. U, water spouts would shoot out from underground, pushing Larry and Mario upward. The magic blasts he fires can be a pain to dodge because of this, and he can be a pain to hit too. Just make sure you keep upper ground!
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Morton Koopa Jr.
Easily the biggest of the Koopalings, Morton likes throwing his weight around. He's so hefty, in fact, that he can cause tremors that stun Mario when he leaps into the air. In New Super Mario Bros. Wii, these tremors would cause pillars in the ground to rise and hit the ceiling. You'd better make sure you're out of the way when he does this, lest you want to get flattened.
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Wendy O. Koopa
You would think being the only girl out of seven siblings would be your worst nightmare, but all those years of romping with her brothers has made Wendy into quite the tomboy! She's still obsessed over her jewelry though, so much so that she can throw her rings as weapons in Super Mario Bros. 3. The rings will bounce along walls and ceilings, and damage Mario if he hits them. Do your best to avoid them and strike the pompous princess!
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Iggy Koopa
Of all the Koopalings, Iggy is definitely the craziest. Not only does he construct ridiculous contraptions to take out Mario, he seems to take pleasure in being bested. Since New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Iggy has taken a fondness to Chain Chomps. He rides one as it pushes him along the field, and if Mario stomps on him, the Chomp will get angry and try to... er... CHOMP at Mario.
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Roy Koopa
Roy's laid-back personality may not make him look intimidating, but the speed at which he can go from slacker to soldier certainly does! In New Super Mario Bros. U, he had a handheld Bill Blaster that he would use to shoot at Mario. With all that raw power in his muscles, it's a shame he isn't a helpful ally to our plumber hero - that strength could come in handy during battles with Bowser. Think he could have a change of heart? Nah...
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Lemmy Koopa
Lemmy is the smallest of the Koopalings, with a playful personality to match. He doesn't really take interest to beating Mario or helping Bowser, and would much rather join the circus. The Koopa king may not let him, but that doesn't stop him from practicing his balancing act! In Super Mario Bros. 3, he balances on a ball while fighting, and could use his scepter to create smaller balls that bounce around. If you're skilled enough, try bouncing off of the balls and land on Lemmy's head for some style points!
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Ludwig von Koopa
The oldest of the Koopalings, Ludwig's most noticeable trait is his hair. He's a bit of a show off, and he REVELS in it. In New Super Mario Bros. U, Ludwig is skilled enough to create clones of himself to fire a barrage of spells at Mario. It can be difficult to tell who the real one is, but if you keep stomping on them you'll eventually find him. Keep it up and you'll best him and his ego in no time!
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Boom Boom
A henchmen almost as persistent as the Koopa King himself. Starting with Super Mario Bros. 3, Boom Boom began guarding fortresses from Mario and Luigi. To his credit, he does add new attacks with each encounter, and even sprouts wings and flies around! Starting with Super Mario 3D Land, Boom Boom would spin around in his shell after being hit, bouncing off walls. Three hits is usually enough to take him down, until the next fortress where you'll surely fight him again.
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • 3DS: Super Mario 3D Land (2011)
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Pom Pom
One of the few females to serve under Bowser, Pom Pom made her grand debut in Super Mario 3D Land. While Boom Boom still enjoys flailing his arms around to smack Mario, Pom Pom prefers using projectiles and keep her distance. In Super Mario 3D World, she throws shurikens instead of boomerangs, and even has the ability to teleport around the arena and create clones of herself. We're not sure if she'd outrank Greninja or Sheik in the ninja class though, she's not necessarily good at hiding...
Fighter
  • 3DS: Super Mario 3D Land (2011)
  • Wii U: Super Mario 3D World (2013)
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Piranha Plant
These carnivorous plants live in Warp Pipes, rising out of them to try to chomp at Mario. They come in a lot of varieties - Fire, Stalking, Putrid, Frost, Pale, Bone, Bungee, Creeper, River, Elasto... yeah there are a lot. In Super Mario 3D World, they can be found planted in pots, and picked up as items to chomp at enemies. Smash Bros. uses this pot, where it will sit in to attack opponents. Of course it has little feet underneath but... we don't talk about that...
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • Wii U: Super Mario 3D World (2013)
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Piranha Plant (Alt.)
Poison Breath is Piranha Plant's side special. After charging it for a bit, it can spit a cloud of poison breath forward. It doesn't make opponents flinch, but it piles the damage fast. Trap them in the breath and your enemies won't know what hit them! Piranhacopter sees Piranha Plant spinning its leaves like helicopter blades as it takes to the skies. It travels quite high, it can lean forward or backward, and the spinning leaves shred opponents that touch them!
Fighter
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • Wii U: Super Mario 3D World (2013)
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F.L.U.D.D.
During Mario's vacation to Isle Delfino, he is framed for polluting the island in icky goop. Good thing he has a water pack to help clean up! Short for Flash Liquidizer Ultra Dousing Device, F.L.U.D.D. allows Mario to squirt water to clean up goop, stun enemies, and even use different nozzles to move around! In Smash Bros., Mario can use F.L.U.D.D. to squirt water at opponents to push them. He'll run out of water if you keep using it, but not to worry - he'll refill over time!
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Baby Luma
This young Luma was given to Mario by Rosalina. With her powers, Mario grants the Star Spin, allowing him to defeat enemies and shatter crystals. This power also allows him to stay in midair for longer. In Super Mario Allies, Baby Luma even allows Mario to walk just like he's in space! Mario uses Baby Luma for his neutral special, Star Spin, in Smash Bros. It's a quick spin attack that deals damage and can even reflect projectiles!
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Cappy
Cappy hails from Bonneton, a ghostly town with an affinity for top hats. In Super Mario Odyssey, Bowser kidnapped his sister Tiara to use for his forced wedding with Peach. Seeking revenge, he forms an alliance with Mario, who can use his unique Capture ability to possess enemies and use their abilities. The two meet again in Super Mario Allies, where he and Tiara are in search of treasure. Mario's side special, Cap Throw, has him throw Cappy like a boomerang. If the special button is held, he can bounce off of him to gain some height!
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Posi & Nega
These two lovers ended up on the same island Mario and crew journey to for treasure in Super Mario Allies. They join Mario after he manages to rescue Nega, and together, they can let Mario extend his limbs to attack from afar, scale new heights, and more. Despite their completely different personalities, they are inseparable. In Smash Bros., Mario's smash and crash attacks make use of Posi and Nega's abilities; he summons them to extend his arm or leg to attack opponents. He can reach real far with their help!
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McCraw
A fun-loving party parrot who hails from the Sand Kingdom. With his big sombrero and torch dance techniques, it's always party time when he's around! In Super Mario Allies, he can let Mario take high to the skies and reach new areas, as well as glide through the air for fast travel. Mario's up special summons McCraw to his aid, carrying him upward and damaging opponents along the way. Be sure he's safe while in flight though; if he gets attacked he'll drop you!
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Luigi + Poltergust G-00
Luigi's handy vacuum has gone through a couple revisions throughout the Luigi's Mansion series. The Poltergust G-00 is the third and latest member of the family, and comes packed with many new features to help Luigi explore the dreaded Last Resort. One of these is the Suction Shot, where he fires a plunger that sticks to walls and obstacles. This allows him to pull on it and break it. This weapon is used for his grab in Smash Bros., where he fires a plunger to catch opponents. You can even hit ledges with it to recover from afar!
Fighter Related
  • Switch: Luigi's Mansion 3 (2019)
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Mechakoopa
These robotic Koopas started appearing in Super Mario World. They patrol Bowser's airship fleets, though they don't do a real good job at it. Mario can stomp on one to stun it, and then pick it up and throw it at another enemy. In Smash Bros., Bowser Jr.'s down special has him summon one of these guys. It will march around the stage, and if it hits an opponent, it will bite them and explode. The Mechakoopa can also be picked up and thrown.
Fighter Related
  • SNES: Super Mario World (1991)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
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Super Mushroom
In the real world, it's advised that you don't eat random mushrooms you find, but the Super Mushroom happens to be very healthy. It turns Mario into his Super form; not only can he take an extra hit, but he can also destroy Brick Blocks and use his ground pound move to its full potential. In Smash Bros., Super Mushrooms continually move left, and if you touch it, you'll grow massive in size, gaining a boost in attack power. Make the most of it before you go back to normal!
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  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1989)
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Fire Flower
The Fire Flower, as the name suggests, transforms Mario into Fire Mario. Normally, he can shoot fireballs, but in Smash Bros., he doesn't need one to throw fire (for a custom move anyway). Instead, Fire Flowers can spew a continuous stream of fire, scorching enemies caught in the flames. You can hold the attack button to keep shooting fire, and you can even walk and jump while doing so, but it'll exhaust it's energy eventually.
Item
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1989)
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Green Shell
Stomping on a Koopa Troopa will let you use their shell as a throwing weapon. With it, you can defeat enemies and break blocks. Super Mario 64 even allowed you to ride on a Koopa Shell like a surfboard across water and lava! In Smash Bros., you can throw one or attack one to send it flying, damaging any opponents it slams into. But be careful, because if it hits a wall, it'll bounce back to hit you instead!
Item
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1989)
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Bob-omb
Walking bomb enemies that appear in the Mario series. You'd best avoid them, because once that fuse lights up, it's gonna blow! Of course, if you're smart, you can use this blast to break open a path or defeat enemies in your way. Perhaps it's this high risk, high reward aspect that Bob-ombs carry in Smash Bros. When one appears, you can grab it and chuck it at an opponent for heavy damage. Leave it alone for too long though, and it'll wander around, blowing up anyone it touches.
Item
  • NES: Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic (1987)
  • SNES: Super Mario World (1991)
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Hothead
There couldn't be a better name to describe this enemy. It will travel along walls and ceilings, and if you couldn't already tell, Hotheads are a bit too hot to touch. In Smash Bros., they can be picked up and thrown. They will cling to any surface and scurry along it, burning anyone in its path to a crisp. If you wanna really heat things up, attack it with fire moves to increase its size. This will let it hit harder and hake it harder for opponents to avoid.
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  • SNES: Super Mario World (1991)
  • DS: Super Princess Peach (2006)
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Bullet Bill
These big black bullets are often fired by big black cannons to attack Mario. They usually fly in a straight line, though there are varieties that home in on him like a missile! That said, they're as vulnerable to Mario's stomps as a Goomba, but they ARE immune to fireballs. In Mario Kart, you can transform into a Bullet Bill yourself to rocket forward and get back into the race; this functionality carried over to Smash Bros. as well. Grab a Bullet Bill to launch yourself forward, slamming into anyone in the way!
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  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • DS: Mario Kart DS (2005)
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Boomerang
Boomerangs are pretty common weapons in the Mario games, but are really only used by Boomerang Bros. Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 introduced blue Boomerangs Mario could throw to defeat enemies, and Super Mario 3D Land gave him a whole power-up based on throwing them! In Smash Bros., you can toss a Boomerang and it'll do its best to come back to you. Each throw actually lets you deal increased damage with it!
Item
  • GBA: Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 (2003)
  • 3DS: Super Mario 3D Land (2011)
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Anchor
A rare item you can only get by finding special White Mushroom Houses in Super Mario Bros. 3. If you lose on an Airship level, it will float to another place on the world map, and you'll have to chase it down. Deploy the Anchor though, and it'll stay in place! You can pick up and throw one in Smash Bros., but it's really heavy and hard to carry. All that weight comes with an advantage though; throw it and it can bury and meteor smash any enemies it lands on!
Item
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1989)
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Reverse Mushroom
This rare Mushroom only appears in the two-player battle mode in Super Mario Bros. 3. When collected, you and your opponent will either swap positions or swap points, so if you're falling behind, this could turn the tide of the battle! In Smash Bros., similar things happen if you collect one; everyone's positions, damage, or even characters will be shuffled. This could be enough to put you in the lead! That said, if you're ahead of the competition, chances are you probably don't want anyone touching it.
Item
  • SNES: Super Mario All-Stars (1993)
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Dice Block
This is the Dice Block Mario and friends use to move around the board in Mario Party. Earlier games allowed the Dice Block to roll 1 to 10, though nowadays it rolls a more traditional 1 to 6. In Smash Bros., you can pick up a Dice Block and throw it at an opponent. The number it lands on will decide what happens to the opponent. The highest number, 6, deals extreme damage and knockback!
Item
  • N64: Mario Party (1998)
  • Switch: Super Mario Party (2018)
HammerBroNSMBU
Hammer Bro.
Many a player have lost their lives to these hammer-throwing jockeys. Technically speaking, they can be taken out with any attack like your normal Goombas, but those hammers and jumps make getting near them difficult, let alone trying to hit them. Hammer Bros. also appear in Smash Bros., both as enemies in Smash Run DX and as Assist Trophy summons. In either case, the Hammer Bro. will throw hammers in arcs, damaging any foes that get hit by them. They can also jump high to mix up their throwing patterns.
Assist Trophy
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • NES: Mario Mario Bros. 3 (1989)
ThwompNSMBU
Thwomp
These angry blocks of stone just stay there suspended in midair, waiting for whatever poor soul is unfortunate enough to walk under it. Then, SMASH! The Thwomp squishes its pray, then rises back up to wait for its next victim. Thwomps are found all over castles and forts in Mario games, and since you usually can't beat them, it's best to just avoid them. In Smash Bros., when summoned, the Thwomp does its daily routine of smashing onto anyone's head before rising back up. It will also sometimes teleport to another place on the stage to try and hit more opponents.
Assist Trophy
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1989)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
PiantaTree
Pianta
Residents of the tropical Isle Delfino. They only wear grass skirts and dresses, but the little tree on their heads keeps them shaded from the sun's heat. They're always up for fun, be it baseball, kart racing, or just watching from the sidelines. Life's always a vacation for them. When summoned in Smash Bros., Piantas will roam around the stage. If an opponent gets too close, he grabs them with his big hands and tosses them backward with his strength.
Assist Trophy
  • GCN: Super Mario Sunshine (2002)
  • GCN: Mario Superstar Baseball (2005)
Goomba New
Goomba
Goombas used to be citizens of the Mushroom Kingdom, but eventually switched sides to Bowser's army. It's not as if they're actually a threat however. If Mario found himself in a sea of Goombas he would get right to stomping! In Smash Run DX, Goombas are some of the weaker enemies. You can beat them with a few attacks, but if you're really in a rush, stomp on their heads and you'll squash them and get those Stat Boosts immediately!
Enemy
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
BanzaibillNSMBU
Banzai Bill
A special kind of Bullet Bill that's extra big! You'll need to find some high platforms to try and dodge it! Despite its size, you can still take it with a jump out like a regular Bullet Bill. It has to be a high jump though! Unfortunately, Smash Run DX doesn't give you that kind of luxury, and you'll need to take it head on. Not a very easy task considering it can damage you on contact, and sometimes even home in on you! May be best to just avoid it...
Enemy
  • SNES: Super Mario World (1991)
  • DS: New Super Mario Bros. (2006)
Galoomba - Mario Party 10
Galoomba
Not even a vacation to Dinosaur Land can help Mario escape from a horde of Goomb- hey wait a minute! Those are Galoombas, not Goombas! Their round shape makes them hard to tell apart, but stomping on them won't be enough to defeat them. In Smash Bros., they act a lot like Goombas, and will charge at you on sight. If you can defeat one, it'll become stunned. Pick it up and throw it at other enemies to give yourself an extra edge in combat!
Enemy
  • SNES: Super Mario World (1991)
  • Wii U: Super Mario 3D World (2013)
Goombrat - Mario Party 10
Goombrat
These creatures are often mistaken for Goombas thanks to their similar shape, but Goombrats look more like acorns than mushrooms. They act a lot like Goombas, but they will turn at edges when they come across them. Looks like they've taken cues from the red Koopa Troopas! They're not that much of a threat in Smash Run DX, and like Goombas they can be stomped on. Don't get KO'ed by them or else you'll be the laughing stock of the roster!
Enemy
  • Wii U: New Super Mario Bros. U (2012)
  • Wii U: New Super Luigi U (2013)
Shoe goomba
Shoe Goomba
Mario's been stomping on Goombas' heads for years, so it's about time they gave him his a taste of his own medicine. In Super Mario Bros. 3, Shoe Goombas will try to stomp on the plumber's head. However, if he can hit them from under, he can snatch the Goomba's Shoe and stomp on spiked enemies safely. In Smash Bros., if you get stomped on by a Shoe Goomba, you'll get buried or meteor smashed. You can take it out easily, but sadly, you'll get no giant shoe to romp around in.
Enemy
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
FireSnakeSMB3
Fire Snake
An enemy made of a bunch of fireballs in the shape of a snake. Ever since their debut in Super Mario Bros. 3, they've been pursuing Mario by hopping around and trying to burn him. Starting with New Super Mario Bros. Wii, they gained the ability to grow their head three times as big, making them harder to jump over. In Smash Bros., Fire Snakes have low health, but they can burn you if you touch them. It's best to deal with them from a distance.
Enemy
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • Wii: New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009)
SMW Rex
Rex
When the T-Rex was first seen in Super Mario Odyssey, everyone thought it was the raddest rex the series had ever produced, but the true Mario fans know who the real apex predator is! In Super Mario World, stomping on a Rex will flatten them, causing them to move at high speeds. If you encounter one in Smash Run DX, it may look a lot bigger than you remember. It has strong attacks and will even tank knockback, but jumping on them can cut their size and make them much more manageable.
Enemy
DinoRhinoSMW
Dino Rhino
These big lugs first started appearing in Super Mario World. They would chase Mario and even jump over obstacles to continue the hunt. Their smaller cousins, the Dino-Torches, are less imposing, but are faster and have the ability to breathe fire. Hilariously, one appears in Mario Kart: Infinity Remix as a heavyweight racer. In Smash Bros., Dino Rhinos have a lot of health and launch resistance, as well as a powerful headbutt attack. However, damage it enough and it'll turn into a Dino-Torch, which is much easier to deal with.
Enemy
Fire MarioSM3DW
Fire Mario
Possibly Mario's most popular power-up, he can achieve this form by grabbing a Fire Flower. Not only will he get a stylish new white outfit, but he also gains the ability to throw fireballs! These will bounce across the ground to defeat enemies, as well as melting ice in the way. In Super Mario Galaxy, this form was a lot stronger, but Mario could only use it for limited time. Better make the most out of it!
Series Related
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • NES: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
RockMario
Rock Mario
You probably never knew this, but Mario was always pretty jealous of Sonic's Spin Dash. Mario could really only jump on enemies; he doesn't have a lot of frontal attacks. However, in Super Mario Galaxy 2, Mario could use the Rock Mushroom to transform into Rock Mario. In this state, he can transform into a rock and roll at high speeds, plowing through enemies in his path. Sonic probably wishes he had power-up transformations like that, but all he has are speedy shoes and shields.
Series Related
  • Wii: Super Mario Galaxy 2 (2010)
GOLDMARIO
Gold Mario
What's the one thing Mario likes more than collecting mushrooms? Collecting Coins of course! In New Super Mario Bros. 2, Mario can pick up a Gold Flower to turn into Gold Mario. He can shoot special, golden fireballs to turn any enemy or Brick Block they touch into Coins. Ka-CHING! Unfortunately, you can't take the Gold Flower in between levels. I mean, it'd be pretty cheap if you could.
Series Related
  • 3DS: New Super Mario Bros. 2 (2011)
Bowser in Koopa Car
Koopa Clown Car
Not to be confused with Bowser Jr.'s personal Jr. Clown Car. This big vehicle first appeared in Super Mario World, where Bowser would hide inside as he chucked Mechakoopas and Big Steelies at Mario. It also provides protection from Mario's attacks, meaning he'll need to hit him square in the head to damage him. In Super Mario Maker, you get the chance to ride one yourself, and there's even a fire variant that can spit fireballs from its mouth!
Series Related
  • SNES: Super Mario World (1991)
  • Wii U: Super Mario Maker (2015)
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Scarecrow
You can find Scarecrows all over the place in Super Mario Odyssey. No one knows how they got where they are or who made them, but one thing is fore sure: if you toss Cappy on one, something special will happen! Sometimes a bunch of blocks will appear that you need to navigate through before they disappear, other times they can open a door that leads to special bonus areas. Either way, these mysterious objects generally give you good rewards if you're up for the challenge.
Series Related
  • Switch: Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
Sporethorn
Sporethorn
When Tiara goes missing, Mario and Cappy put their treasure hunting aside to look for her. When she's found, this beast eats her right up! With a spiky stem, sharp teeth, a long tongue, and an imposing size, this thing is scarier than any Piranha Plant Mario ever faced! To free Tiara, you need to form a Goomba Tower for it to eat. It'll bite off more than it can chew, and doing this enough times will cause it to explode. Just make sure it doesn't eat YOU instead.
Series Related
Greenie - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
Greenie
Professor E. Gadd was studying the ghosts of Evershade Valley until they went completely haywire. It turns out King Boo destroyed the Dark Moon, sending them into chaos. Who else but Luigi was roped into things to patch things up? Greenies are some of the more basic ghosts Luigi encounters, and are pretty easy to handle. They've got their fair share of tricks up their sleeve though; some hide in suits of armor, and some wear sunglasses to hide themselves from his stunning light!
Series Related
  • 3DS: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (2013)
Slammer (alt 2) - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
Slammer
Slammers may look big and mean on the outside, but they're actually big softies. Well, until the Dark Moon was destroyed, that is. Now they're just big and mean all over! They attack Luigi by clapping their hands to make shockwaves. As you can imagine, this can be pretty harmful, so it's best to keep at a distance. Stun them before they can land their attacks and you should be golden.
Series Related
  • 3DS: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (2013)
Hider - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
Hider
These lanky fellows like to hide behind furniture. Sometimes, they'll pop out of their hiding place and try to throw garbage at you - that's your time to attack! They don't have a lot of health, but if you don't suck them up right then and there, they'll retreat and find someplace else to hide. You can either look for them yourself or wait for them to make their next move. They're usually found in groups, so check everything.
Series Related
  • 3DS: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (2013)
Gobber - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
Gobber
With stomachs that have no boundaries, Gobbers won't hesitate to eat anything they can get their grubby hands on! They're pretty big and don't move around a lot, but get to close, and they'll bop you away with their belly. They can also spit up goop to attack you from a distance. On their own, they're not so bad, but you may wanna take care of other ghosts before you face off with this one. They have a lot of health, but if you can keep dodging their goo then you can take them on!
Series Related
  • 3DS: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (2013)
Mario - Mario Kart DS
Mario + B Dasher
Mario Kart is known for its wild races, chaotic items, and ruining friendships. The B Dasher is an overall balanced vehicle, sporting good top speed, acceleration, and weight. It's no surprise that it's Mario's vehicle of choice for the races. Despite that, it's still pretty fast, probably because of its sleek racecar design. Behind the wheel of this thing, you'll be speeding as if you're holding the run button in a Mario game! Wait, is that where the B Dasher gets its name?
Series Related
Luigi (Mario Kart 8)
Luigi + Mach 8
The Mach 8 is one of the kart bodies available in Mario Kart 8. That's right, kart BODIES! Starting with Mario Kart 7, you could customize your kart with different bodies, tires, and gliders however you see fit! Luigi here is using the Mach 8 with the Slim tires - a basic combination but an effective one nonetheless. You won't actually reach mach 8 with this body, but it's fast enough to compete with the rest!
Series Related
  • Wii U: Mario Kart 8 (2014)
  • Switch: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (2017)
Peach & Daisy
Peach & Daisy + Heart Coach
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! introduced vehicles that could be driven by two racers; one driving the kart and the other sitting in the back to throw items. The Heart Coach doesn't have high top speed, but its elegant frame and cute-sounding horn make it a perfect fit for Peach and Daisy. Teams also have their own special item, and the princesses use the Heart, a weapon that can take incoming items for them to use against other drivers!
Series Related
  • GCN: Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (2003)
MKU Yoshi Birdo
Yoshi & Birdo + Turbo Yoshi
We don't even need to tell you whose car this belongs to, right? Yoshi really wanted to let the competition know this was his kart and no one could take it from him! Alright, to be fair, we don't know if Yoshi built it or not, perhaps it was a gift. Regardless, the Turbo Yoshi has good acceleration and handling, but poor speed. That said, if you're gonna ride around on a Yoshi, it may as well be the Turbo Yoshi!
Series Related
  • GCN: Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (2003)
Bowser Art - Mario Kart Wii
Bowser + Flame Flyer
Bowser's a big and burly guy, and the Flame Flyer is a big and burly kart. Pair them together and you can bring out a true monster on the track! With really good speed and weight, as well as a cool-looking flame paint job, this big bruiser can put up a fight for first place! It may look natural on heavyweight drivers, but could you imagine Toad or Baby Peach riding this thing? It may be distracting enough to win the race!
Series Related
Pink Gold Peach MK8
Pink Gold Peach + Badwagon
The Badwagon is a kart themed after muscle cars (well it actually looks like a pig with sunglasses but also a muscle car). It's normally associated with heavyweight characters, like Pink Gold Peach, but anyone can use it. It offers high weight and speed stats, and like you'd expect, low acceleration and handling. It's a good fit for players who find more fun bumping their rivals off the track instead of actually racing.
Series Related
  • Wii U: Mario Kart 8 (2014)
  • Switch: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (2017)
Mario - Mario Tennis Aces Artwork 2
Mario (Mario Tennis Aces)
Mario Tennis Aces is the first game in the series where Mario competes in actual tennis wear. As with most other competitive games with him in it, Mario is a balanced character with no real strengths or weaknesses, making him a good choice for players looking to get into the game and get used to the mechanics. His Special Shot is Blazing Wall Jump, a technique where he wall jumps from thin air. With this height, he strikes the ball so hard it catches on fire!
Series Related
  • Switch: Mario Tennis Aces (2018)
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Luigi (Mario Tennis Aces)
What would be a Mario Tennis game without Luigi? I mean who would Mario play doubles with? Diddy Kong? Please! Mario Tennis Aces is definitely the most intense in the series; some would even say it's more of a fighting game! If you're too reckless, you can break your racket and give your opponent the point! That said, if you hit hard enough, you can break their racket first. Luigi's Special Shot, Pipe Cannon, makes use of those familiar green tubes to give him the height to hit the ball back at high speeds.
Series Related
  • Switch: Mario Tennis Aces (2018)
Peach - Aces Artwork
Peach (Mario Tennis Aces)
As a Technical character, Peach has more control over the ball and where she can hit it than most characters in the roster. This allows her to more easily plant the ball in a place inconvenient for her opponent. Par for the course for Peach - taking home the gold and looking stylish while doing it! Heart Shot is Peach's Special Shot, where she walks on thin air to gain some height. After drawing a heart with her racket, she hits the ball with all her might!
Series Related
  • Switch: Mario Tennis Aces (2018)
Daisy - TennisAces
Daisy (Mario Tennis Aces)
Seems like Daisy here is using one of the new techniques Mario Tennis Aces introduced! You can use Zone Shots or Zone Speed if your energy meter is filled enough. Zone Shots are powerful strikes that allow you to aim more accurately and potentially break an opponent's racket, while Zone Speed slows down time to allow you to return the ball easier. Bloom Blast, Daisy's Special Shot, has her walk on a staircase of flowers before winking at the camera, smacking the ball at the opponent.
Series Related
  • Switch: Mario Tennis Aces (2018)
Mario Spikers
Mario (Spikers)
The Mushroom Kingdom has held baseball, Strikers, basketball, and kart racing tournaments, and the Spikers League is a new addition! Players are split into teams of six, and they must compete in a volleyball tournament. The catch is that wrestling elements are involved, meaning you can brawl with opponents on the other side of the court to keep them from saving the ball! Mario here is dressed in a white, fiery getup, suitable for the violence of Spikers Tournaments.
Series Related
Donkey Kong Spikers
Donkey Kong (Spikers)
As big and strong as Donkey Kong is, you can imagine how good of a captain he would be in the Spikers League. Not only are those boxing gloves good for laying the smackdown on foes, they can also make for powerful spikes! His Super Spike makes use of his famous Coconut Gun, which fires the ball at high speeds, making it hard to counter. Even with his strength though, he's still pretty slow. Try giving him some faster teammates to help pick up the slack.
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Donkey Kong
Muscular build? Red tie? Short-tipped haircut? Yup, that's Donkey Kong alright! From climbing girders to swinging through the jungle, this Kong has been on a number of adventures. The two things he likes the most are his friends and his Banana Hoard, and if either of them are in danger, he wastes no time to jump headfirst into action! In Smash Bros., DK does a good job at covering the bases. He's heavy, has a lot of range, and has decent speed!
Fighter
  • Arcade: Donkey Kong (1981)
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
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Donkey Kong (Alt.)
Donkey Kong's Giant Punch neutral special has him wind up for a big punch. The longer he winds up, the stronger the punch will be, and you can store the charge for later. The fully charged punch also has super armor! It'd be pretty sad if you were to miss it though, so to ensure it lands, hitting opponents with Headbutt might be useful. It's a quick attack that will bury opponents on the ground or meteor smash them in the air. It also deals a lot of shield damage, so make use of its utility when you can.
Fighter
  • Arcade: Donkey Kong (1981)
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
DiddyKong SSBUltimate
Diddy Kong
DK's agile little buddy is always up for an adventure. In Donkey Kong Country 2, Kaptain K. Rool kidnapped Donkey Kong, and Diddy and his girlfriend Dixie needed to rescue him. In Smash Bros., Diddy is a really fast fighter, allowing him to pull fast combos on opponents before they can even react! He can get a little messy when he uses his Banana Peel down special. Thankfully, the peels he tosses can cause opponents to slip! You can have up to four on stage, so make good use of them.
Fighter
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
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Diddy Kong
Rocketbarrel Blast, Diddy Kong's up special, has him throw on his trusty jetpack and he blasts upward. You can control his flight path, but if he gets hit mid-flight, the pack flies off and leaves him helpless. That said, you can bash opponents while flying to deal some hard damage. He also uses his other weapon, the Peanut Popgun, for his neutral special. He fires a peanut that bounces across the ground. The move can be charged for the peanuts to fly faste rand farther for more damage.
Fighter
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
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King K. Rool
King K. Rool is the Bowser to Mario's Donkey Kong. He's butted heads with the Kongs on more than one occasion, and has done acts from stealing the apes' Banana Hoard to stealing the apes themselves! That bloodshot eye should show just how crazed and tyrannical he his. In Smash Bros., K. Rool's golden stomach can protect him from some attacks. That's right, he has super armor! You can use it to power through attacks, but doing so will make it crack, so think carefully about what moves to use.
Fighter
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • N64: Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
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King K. Rool (Alt.)
King K. Rool has a lot of tricks up his sleeve. His neutral special, Blunderbuss, has him fire a Kannonball that flies in a straight line forward. You can suck the Kannonball back in and shoot it in another direction, or you can suck opponents into the Blunderbuss to fire them instead! Crownerang, his side special, is a throwback to his first boss fight where he throws his crown, which returns to him like a boomerang. It's a pretty fast projectile, but make sure you catch the crown on the return, lest you risk opponents grabbing it and chucking it at you!
Fighter
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • N64: Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
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Blast-o-Matic
K. Rool finally had it with Donkey Kong foiling his plans, so as revenge, be builds the Blast-o-Matic to destroy his island! Unfortunately, it ends up in disrepair by the time it arrives in firing range, giving the Kongs time to stop it. For his Final Smash, King K. Rool will trap the opponents on Donkey Kong Island as he proceeds to blow it to smithereens with the Blast-o-Matic. You even get to watch the destruction from the comfort of your own chair!
Fighter
  • N64: Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
Klaptrap SSBUltimate
Klaptrap
These tiny Kremlings may look cute, but those jaws pack some serious power. Unless you want to end up as croc chow, you may want to avoid using frontal attacks to defeat these guys. When summoned into battle, the Klaptrap will crawl along the stage in search of prey. If it spots an opponent, it will latch onto them and continually bite them, dealing heavy damage. If you're on the receiving end, quickly rotate the control stick to shake it off!
Assist Trophy
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • N64: Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
KiddyKong
Kiddy Kong
DK and Diddy decided to take a vacation to the Northern Kremisphere, but haven't come back since. Dixie suspects foul play and goes there herself, and who should tag along than her baby cousin Kiddy Kong! He's really strong for his age, which can come in handy when he has to deal with tough enemies. In Smash Bros., Kiddy Kong can walk around and use a meteor smashing aerial attack when summoned. You can defeat him with your attacks but... you wouldn't DREAM of hitting the little fella like that, would you?
Assist Trophy
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (1999)
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Chunky Kong
Chunky Kong is the biggest and strongest member of the Kong Family. Even stronger than DK! With such impressive strength, he can crush any Kremlings in his way like a rock. However, he's actually quite nimble and meek... must be afraid of his own strength. When summoned, Chunky will pull out his Pineapple Launcher and fire explosive fruit at opponents. He'll stay in place, but that fruit can fly a long way!
Assist Trophy
  • N64: Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
Kritter OSSB
Kritter
Whereas Koopa Troopas make up most of Bowser's Troops, Kritters are the main foot soldiers of the Kremling Krew. Though they are pretty easy to defeat, the come in multiple colors, each with their own attack patterns. They appear as enemies you can encounter in Smash Run DX, and have three variants. Green ones can bite you, blue ones will use a claw spinning attack, and red ones are capable of doing both!
Enemy
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • N64: Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
Tiki Buzz
Tiki Buzz
A flying unit in the Tiki Tak Tribe, the Tiki Buzz can either fly in place or in set patterns. They aren't particularly threatening, and DK and Diddy can use them as stepping stones to cross wide gaps. In Smash Run DX, they'll fly overhead and try to slam into you from above. They have low health, but if you need to get some height, jump on their heads. Not only will that instantly defeat them, but you'll soar higher than you ever could!
Enemy
  • Wii: Donkey Kong Country Returns (2010)
Manky Kong - Donkey Kong Country
Manky Kong
These dirty apes first show up in the 15th level of Donkey Kong Country, Orang-utan Gang. When you see barrels rolling across the ground, you'll know one is nearby. There's no hammers around for you to bash the barrels with, but just dodge them and get close enough to the Manky Kong to attack it. In Smash Run DX, Manky Kongs will run away and find a new place to throw barrels if you get too close. Chase them down and hit them with everything you have to get those Stat Boosts!
Enemy
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
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Kannon
A lot of the Kremlings dressed up in pirate gear in Donkey Kong Country 2, and the Kannon is one of them. He stands in place and fires Kannonballs in different directions. They travel fast, but they have a clear firing pattern that you can memorize and use to dodge their projectiles. If you find one in Smash Run DX, they'll use their explosive Kannonballs to shoot you from afar, and if you get too close, they'll smack you with their cannon. Kannons have a lot of health, but they don't move either, so it's best to take them out with projectiles of your own.
Enemy
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
Pointy Tuck DKCTR
Pointy Tucks
Those spiked helmets of theirs will make you think twice before jumping on them. That said, while they are common among the Snowmads, they aren't necessarily dangerous, and most attacks aside from stomping on them can take them out. In Smash Run DX, they'll try to charge at you with their horns, but will be stuck to a wall if they run into one. Use this time to quickly defeat them before they can escape!
Enemy
  • Wii U: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (2014)
Fish Poker Pops DKCTR
Fish Poker Pops
One of the more dangerous Snowmads, the Fish Poker Pops carry large clubs with pufferfish on either end of them. This protects them from the front, and their spiked helmets protect them from above, so in order to attack you'll need to strike them when they're charging up for a slam attack. With high health and equally high attack power, they're formidable foes in Smash Run DX. However, they are slow, so stay out of their range and attack when they're vulnerable to take them down.
Enemy
  • Wii U: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (2014)
Mario & Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong Jr.)
Mario & Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong Jr.)
Donkey Kong Jr. was the only game Mario ever took the antagonistic role. He locks Donkey Kong in a cage after his romp through the construction site so he doesn't cause anymore trouble, leading his son Donkey Kong Jr. to come to his rescue! The stages in Donkey Kong Jr. are a bit more complex than its predecessor, with more moving platforms, more ladders and vines, and more obstacles than just barrels or fireballs.
Stage
  • Arcade: Donkey Kong Jr. (1982)
GangPlankGalleon
Gang-Plank Galleon
The personal ship of King K. Rool. In Donkey Kong Country, DK and Diddy battled the Kremling king on this vessel, eventually besting him and reclaiming their Banana Hoard. In Smash Bros., the Gang-Plank Gallon will sail across the water, swaying back and forth as it does so. The creates and bunches of bananas on board can also be used as platforms. Just watch out for falling Kannonballs; those will leave you with more than just a headache!
Stage
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
TheFlyingKroc
The Flying Kroc
High in the skies above Crocodile Isle is Kaptain K. Rool's secret aircraft, The Flying Kroc. In Donkey Kong Country 2, DK is held hostage here, and Diddy and Dixie must work their way up here to save him. On the Gang-Plank Galleon stage, strong waves will send you into the air, landing on the Flying Kroc while it's flying around. While fighting, you even get a bird's eye view of Crocodile Isle. Those propellers are pretty damaging, so try throwing your opponents into them!
Stage
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
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Tiny Kong
Tiny Kong isn't all that tiny. In fact, she's taller than her big sister Dixie! Useful ponytails must run in the family, since she can use her two long locks of hair to extend her airtime just like Dixie. What's more, her Mini-Monkey ability in Donkey Kong 64 allows her to shrink in size to suit her mood. She may not be the strongest ape, but with a skip and a hop, she's still one cool Kong!
Series Related
  • N64: Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
  • Wii: Mario Super Sluggers (2008)
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Swanky Kong
Adventuring the jungles too much for you? Need a break from the barrel bashing and croc crushing? Pay Swanky Kong a visit and you can play some fun minigames. In Donkey Kong Country 3, he runs Swankys's Sideshow, where for a few Bear Coins you can compete against Cranky Kong in ball-throwing games for some rewards. Swanky's Sideshow is not responsible for any injuries that may happen during gameplay... in-game or otherwise.
Series Related
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (1996)
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Lockjaw
With a theme as intense as Lockjaw's Saga dedicated to him, you can tell this fish means business! Lockjaws will swim around the area, but if you get too close, they'll swim at you and try to snap at you with their big mouth. Those teeth are sharp, so it'll really hurt too! Later in the game you'll meet Lockjaw's purple cousin, Snapjaw. It's somehow even more aggressive, as it'll try to chase you even when you're above water. You're not gonna take a dip with him around!
Series Related
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
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DK Barrel
Did you know that the "DK" on a DK Barrel stands for Donkey Kong? Oh, you did? Well, in that case, you probably also know the feeling of relief seeing one of these. In the Donkey Kong Country games, you can break one open to summon your Kong partner and adventure together. Starting with Tropical Freeze, there are different DK Barrels that indicate what friend you summon: DD Barrels summon Diddy, DX Barrels summon Dixie, and CK Barrels summon Cranky!
Series Related
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • Wii U: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (2014)
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Extra Life Balloon
Bottomless pits got your spirits down? Don't worry, just grab a Balloon to get back in the game! Finding one of these is always a good thing, so you'd better grab it before it flies away! In Donkey Kong Country, they can come in three colors: red ones give you one life, green ones give you two lives, and the rare blue ones give you three! In Tropical Freeze, the different colored Balloons have new functions. Rather than giving lives, the green ones can save you from a bottomless pit, and the blue ones can give you extra air underwater.
Series Related
  • SNES: Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • Wii U: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (2014)
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Donkey Kong & Bongos
In Donkey Konga, your goal is to help DK become the best bongo player to ever live! That may sound like a herculean task, but thankfully you have you own set of bongos to use as well! The DK Bongos were a special add-on for the GameCube, where beating on them could be used to control the game. Fun fact, this used to be Donkey Kong's Final Smash in Smash Bros. before it was changed to his current one.
Series Related
  • GCN: Donkey Konga (2003)
  • GCN: Donkey Konga 2 (2004)
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Yoshi & Baby Mario
Waaaaay back in Yoshi's Island, Kamek tried to snatch the Mario Bros. as babies after he foresaw the destruction to the Koopa Troop they would bring. He only managed to get Baby Luigi though, while Baby Mario fell onto Yoshi's Island. After meeting Yoshi, the two teamed up to rescue the man... er... baby in green. In Smash Bros., these two fight together in battle. Baby Mario can sometimes swing his hammer to deal heavy damage to opponents, and Yoshi's long tongue can gobble up opponents!
Fighter
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
  • DS: Yoshi's Island DS (2006)
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Yoshi & Baby Mario (Alt.)
Baby Mario may not look like much, but he packs a punch! Their down crash has him swing his hammer downward, which can meteor smash foes with the correct timing. Egg Lay is their neutral special, where Yoshi lays an egg, which he can then use for the Egg Throw side special. You can have up to six eggs at once and you can throw them in any direction, and you can even move around and jump while aiming. They will ricochet off of surfaces, and hit opponents with a satisfying CRACK!
Fighter
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
  • DS: Yoshi's Island DS (2006)
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Yoshi & Baby Luigi
Yoshi never really gave Baby Luigi a ride on the Yoshi's Island games. He was too busy being kidnapped by Kamek and held separated from his brother. He's a bit more in the action in the Mario Kart series, and in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, he shares the Chain Chomp special item with Baby Mario, a weapon that can bring you back from the end of the race if used correctly. In Smash Bros., you can pair him with a Light-Blue, a Yellow, or a Magenta Yoshi.
Fighter
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
  • DS: Yoshi's Island DS (2006)
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Yoshi & Baby Peach
Kamek and Bowser travel through time in Yoshi's Island DS to find the Star Children, seven babies that possess an extraordinary amount of power. Baby Peach just happened to be one of them, and after being rescued from a kidnapping, she and Baby Mario team up with the Yoshis for yet another adventure. Her pink parasol can be used to give Yoshi's Flutter Jump an extra boost, and it can even let him ride wind currents to reach new areas. In Smash Bros., Baby Peach can ride a Pink, White, or Purple Yoshi.
Fighter
  • DS: Yoshi's Island DS (2006)
  • Wii: Mario Kart Wii (2008)
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Yoshi & Baby Daisy
This pretty princess baby made her first appearance in Mario Kart Wii, tearing through the tracks in style. She may be a lot younger than the Sarasaland princess, but she's just as competitive and sassy. She never got to ride Yoshi in his games, but in Mario Kart 8 you can pair her with the Yoshi Bike... yeah it's not the real deal but it's a heck of a lot faster, and Baby Daisy wouldn't have it any other way. She can ride an Orange, a Black, or a Brown Yoshi in Smash Bros.
Fighter
  • Wii: Mario Kart Wii (2008)
  • Wii U: Mario Kart 8 (2014)
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Yoshi & Baby Bowser
Even as a tyke, Bowser was still brewing up trouble. In Yoshi's Island DS, he actually formed an alliance with Yoshi, and his fire breath technique came quite in handy. But alas, he would end up betraying him when they arrived at his castle. He's still causing trouble for everyone with Kamek in Yoshi's Crafted World, wanting to take the Sundream Stone and use it to make himself an awesome, ultra-cool robot! Unfortunately, you can't really use awesome, ultra-cool robots in Smash Bros., so it seems Yoshi will have to do.
Fighter
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
  • Switch: Yoshi's Crafted World (2019)
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Kamek
This powerful Magikoopa is Bowser's caretaker, and second-in-command of the Koopa Troop. He may look like your run-of-the-mill Magikoopa, but don't let his looks deceive you; he's in his current position for a reason! In Yoshi's Island, he foresaw that the Mario Bros. would bring trouble to Bowser as adults, so he tried to kidnap them as babies. In Smash Bros., Kamek can randomly inflict an opponent with harmful status effects just by hitting them with his magic attacks. They more damaged they are, the more likely they are to be affected!
Fighter
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
  • DS: Yoshi's Island DS (2006)
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Kamek (Alt.)
Kamek's up special move has him get on his broom and fly upward. Not only does this let you get back on stage after being knocked away, but while riding, he'll cast magic dust downward. It won't knock them away, but it can damage them gradually if they're caught in it, and may even give them a status ailment! Try using this for some crazy off-stage plays to annoy your opponent!
Fighter
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
  • DS: Yoshi's Island DS (2006)
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Toady
Don't let that name fool you, these guys aren't the friendly Toads you know and love. Toadies work directly for Kamek, and when Yoshi loses Baby Mario, he sends a group of them to try and snatch him away. Some even go on solo missions and try to take Baby Mario by themselves. Kamek can summon one to aid him in battle in Smash Bros.; the Toady will follow Kamek everywhere and assist him in his attacks, dealing more damage and granting more range. Your Toady can be defeated if attacked though, so try to keep him out of trouble.
Fighter Related
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
  • DS: Yoshi's Island DS (2006)
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Winged Cloud
Yoshi can pop these by throwing an enemy or egg at it. When you do, something special will happen! Usually it releases Coins, Stars, or Smiley Flowers, but other times it creates a bridge that you can use to progress. Whenever you see one, be sure to throw an egg at it! In Smash Bros., sometimes these will randomly spawn in the air. Any attack will break it, and when you do, a random item will pop out and fall to the ground. Better be quick before someone else steals it!
Item
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1998)
  • DS: Yoshi's Island DS (2006)
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Piranha Trio
Piranha Plant must really get around, because there are so many Piranha Plant bosses in the Yoshi series! Three of them - Naval Piranha, Big Bungee Piranha, and Spike the Piranha - can all be battled in Classic Mode. The three attack independently of one another, so it's gonna be a little chaotic trying to fight them. Naval Piranha will try to ram into you, Big Bungee Piranha hangs on the ceiling and will drop to chomp on you, and Spike stays in the background, trying to smash his head in the ground.
Boss
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1998)
  • Switch: Yoshi's Crafted World (2019)
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Woollet Bill
Bullet Bills may not look all that menacing when they're made out of wool, but Woollet Bills can hit just as hard as their bombshell counterparts. Though that may be because Yoshi is also made of wool... anyway, in Smash Run DX, when a Woollet Bill is fired, it will act like an ordinary Bullet Bill, but can create cloud platforms behind itself for you or your enemies to stand on. Use this whenever you can for some extra height!
Enemy
  • Wii U: Yoshi's Woolly World (2015)
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Raphael the Raven
Kamek used his magic to make this Raven supersized! He and Yoshi duel each other on the moon that hangs above Yoshi's Island, and he would have to Ground Pound on pegs to skewer the big bird from underneath. In Smash Bros., Raphael can sometimes appear on the Raphael the Raven's Castle stage, scurrying around the moon like in his original boss fight. He'll damage anyone that comes in his way, but thankfully, you don't have to peg him with... pegs... if you don't want to.
Stage
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
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Burt the Bashful
This used to be an ordinary Burt until Kamek made him larger with his magic. He may look larger, but he doesn't have much in the way of offense; he just jumps back and forth to try and land on Yoshi's head. His pants are a bit loose though, so if you throw some eggs in his direction, they'll begin to slip off. Eventually, they'll be gone, and he'll be so embarrassed that he'll explode! Look, I know that's embarrassing, but that's kind of an overreaction.
Series Related
  • SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995)
  • Wii U: Yoshi's Woolly World (2015)
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Yarn Yoshi
Craft Island is home to a bunch of creatures made of yarn, including Yoshis! When Kanek arrives to turn everyone into Wonder Woll, two Yoshis survive the attack and go on an adventure to sew their friends back together and get their revenge! Unlike normal Yoshis, Yarn Yoshis create yarn balls instead of eggs; these act similar, but have the additional ability to create platforms to cross long gaps. Yarn Yoshis can also weave themselves into various forms, such as reforming their legs into wheels to travel faster.
Series Related
  • Wii U: Yoshi's Woolly World (2015)
  • 3DS: Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World (2016)
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Wario
If you were to tell us Wario was just a picture drawn by someone who REALLY hated Mario, we'd believe you! As rotten as he is, he has a few good qualities to him, like... um... errr... at any rate, when not going on kart races or tennis matches with the Mario crew, he's searching for treasure or making a quick buck off the video game craze. He may do a few good deeds along the way, but that's certainly not the first thing on his mind! In Smash Bros., Wario has a lot of weird physics, in particular his fast air speed. Use it to dip in and out of the fight to trick opponents and punish them!
Fighter
  • GB: Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (1992)
  • GB: Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 (1994)
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Wario (Alt.)
Chomp, Wario's neutral special, allows him to open his wide mouth and swallow anything, or anyone, that comes his way. Not only can he chew on opponents to damage them, but he'll heal himself while doing so! His powerful Wario Waft is his up special, where he lets out a mighty PFFFFFFFFFFFFFT before sailing upward. Not only does it grant him a lot of distance, but the initial blast deals pretty lethal damage and knockback. I guess we know why Wario loves garlic so much...
Fighter
  • GB: Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (1992)
  • GB: Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 (1994)
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Wario Deluxe
After stealing the Pot of Luxeville, Wario puts it on his head and becomes Wario Deluxe! He's a lot more nasty in this form, but not exactly more gross. He uses this form as his Final Smash in Smash Bros.; Wario becomes this form and slams into his opponent. After catching them, they're sent into the sky, where Wario uses his newfound powers to zap them with electricity! How does he do this? Your guess is as good as ours.
Fighter
  • 3DS: WarioWare Gold (2018)
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Flat Wario
One of Wario's transformations in the Wario Land games. After being squished by something heavy, he'll be as flat as paper! He can't move around very much, but he can cross large gaps, fit through tight places his plump body couldn't reach, and even glide through the air. In Smash Bros., Wario uses this transformation for his down tilt. It's not very strong, but it covers a large amount of ground around him and is very quick!
Fighter Related
  • GBC: Wario Land II (1998)
  • GBA: Wario Land 4 (2001)
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Puffy Wario
The adorable pink hero of Dream Land! With the ability to inhale enemies and float freely through the air, he- wait a second, that's not Kirby! That's just Puffy Wario, one of Wario's power-ups. Wario apparently has a major allergic reaction to bees, as his head will swell up when stung. He'll float slowly upward in this state. You can move left and right and even blow air to get some extra height, but don't hit any sharp objects or you'll pop! Wario's up aerial attack uses this form. Wario can travel upward a bit while using it too!
Fighter Related
  • GBC: Wario Land II (1998)
  • GBA: Wario Land 4 (2001)
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Kat & Ana
Kat and Ana are twin sisters from the Iga Clam, a group of ninjas. Even though they're just in kindergarten, they're ninjas too! Both of them love nature, with Kat (the one with pink hair) loving animals and Ana (the one with orange hair) preferring plants. If you summon them in Smash Bros., they'll team up to slash their katanas (Oh, so THAT'S where they got the name!) across the stage in X-formations, damaging any enemies caught in them.
Assist Trophy
  • GBA: WarioWare: Mega Microgame$! (2003)
  • 3DS: WarioWare Gold (2018)
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Bull Wario
The first Wario Land game had power-ups not unlike your typical Mario adventure. By obtaining the Garlic Pot item, he dons a viking helmet and becomes Bull Wario. He may not look that much stronger, but he can destroy blocks with one Ground Pound instead of two, and most enemies will tremble before his newfound strength. Those horns also have a practical use, allowing him to stick to the ceiling. There's also another item called the Bull Pot, which turns Wario into this form even if he's small.
Series Related
  • GB: Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 (1994)
  • VB: Virtual Boy Wario Land (1995)
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Hot Wario
Burning yourself probably isn't your first idea of a power-up, but in Wario Land, anything goes! As Hot Wario, he'll start running around aimlessly in flames. He can defeat any enemies he hits and even break certain blocks, but outside of jumping you have little control over him. In Wario Land: Shake It!, Wario will become completely covered in flames after awhile. He can be controlled more easily in this state, but he can't jump. He'll burn to ashes afterward before... somehow... regenerating back to his normal form.
Series Related
  • GBC: Wario Land II (1998)
  • Wii: Wario Land: Shake It! (2008)
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Snowman Wario
Wario can become Snowman Wario after a big pile of snow falls on him. He's much heavier in this state, lowering his jumping ability and not being able to run. If he walks over a slope, he'll start rolling down uncontrollably, smashing through any enemies or blocks in his path. After hitting a wall, he'll break out of the snow and return to normal, but he'll probably be dizzy for a bit after a ride like that.
Series Related
  • GBC: Wario Land 3 (2000)
  • Wii: Wario Land: Shake It! (2008)
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Vampire Wario
After being bitten by a vampire enemy, Wario becomes a vmpire himself! In this form, he moves slowly around the area and can defeat any enemies he touches. However, the main draw to this power-up is his ability to turn into a bat and fly through the air freely. But like all vampires, you're weak to light in this form, and you'll turn to normal the second you touch it. Fun fact, you can play as Vampire Wario in Dr. Mario 64!
Series Related
  • GBC: Wario Land 3 (2000)
  • N64: Dr. Mario 64 (2001)
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Ball o' String Wario
One of the more unconventional transformations in the Wario Land games, Wario achieves this form by being tied u by an enemy called Silky. Ball o' String Wario will begin rolling out of control, bouncing off of walls, defeating enemies he hits, and destroying certain blocks to open up new pathways. After a short time, all that string will come loose, and Wario will return to normal.
Series Related
  • GBC: Wario Land 3 (2000)
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The Purple Wind
You're probably already familiar with Wario's superhero alter-ego Wario-Man, but what about his supervillain persona? Under the name "The Purple Wind", Wario took this form in Wario: Master of Disguise after snatching the magical wand Goodstyle from Saturday morning cartoon villain Count Cannoli. With Goodstyle in hand, The Purple Wind can take many different forms to defeat enemies and solve puzzles. He may be as greedy as ever in this form, but don't worry, he wouldn't steal a coin from you. Just the paper bills.
Series Related
  • DS: Wario: Master of Disguise (2007)
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Wanda
After an unfortunate encounter with Wario, Mario ends up having a bucket stuck on his head, and he can't see where he's going! Luckily, Wanda is here to help. A young fairy living in the forest Mario finds himself in, she guides him along the path. She must use her magic to make a clear and safe path for Mario to travel across. The end goal is to reach Luigi, who is at the end of each level.
Series Related
  • SFC: Mario & Wario (1993)
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Bulky Bob-omb
This may be quite easily the largest Bob-omb in existence! As you can imagine, its explosion is much more violent than a regular Bob-omb! Fortunately, that big fuse means it'll take awhile for it to explode, which gives you some time to take it out. As items in Smash Bros., the Bulky Bob-ombs act like a regular Bob-omb, but its blast radius is much larger and deals more damage. However, it's quite hard to lug around, so you'd better take cover before it blows on you!
Item
  • GCN: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
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Partner Card
These special cards first appear in Paper Mario: Stolen Worlds, created by Wario in his quest for world domination. When Mario finds one, he can summon partners from his other adventures to help him in battle. In Smash Bros., Partner Cards get a new, blackish-design. You'll never know what partner you'll summon from them, but try to make the most out of them!
Partner Card
Humbi
Humbi
This young Nimbi fell through the sky and became orphaned. She was later taken in by a tribe of Crazee Dayzees and raised by their leader. She was gifted with the power of song, and could use this ability to stun nearby enemies with painful sound waves. If you get a Partner Card and summon Humbi, she'll help you by sending sonic shrieks that can stun opponents, leaving them open for a powerful attack.
Partner Card
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Paper Bowser
Bowser is best known for his undying rivalry with Mario, and that extends to the paper world as well! He stormed Star Haven to harness the power of the Star Rod, making him invincible and finally able to take down Mario. But that's all in the past! Since then, Bowser has worked together with Mario to put a stop to Count Bleck consuming the universe in destruction. I suppose this just goes to show that even the foulest of turtle tyrants can have a change of heart.
Series Related
  • N64: Paper Mario (2000)
  • GCN: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
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Paper Bowser (Paper Mario: Sticker Star)
...or maybe not. Looks like Bowser is back to his old tricks again! After breaking the all-powerful Sticker Comet, he scattered the special, wish-granting Royal Stickers around the Mushroom Kingdom. One of them just so happened to land of his head, and it just so happened to be the strongest of the Royal Stickers. With this newfound power, Bowser kidnapped Peach and took her to his castle. Wait a minute, doesn't it seem like we've heard this story before?
Series Related
  • 3DS: Paper Mario: Sticker Star (2012)
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Paper Bowser (Wedding)
Believe it or not, Super Mario Odyssey wasn't the first time Bowser wore a snazzy white tuxedo. In order to bring forth the Chaos Heart to start his plans of world destruction, an unlikely marriage must take place, and what marriage would be more ridiculous than Bowser and Peach? That was Count Bleck's train of thought, and with some mind control help from his assistant Nastasia, the marriage is set in stone and the Chaos Heart appears. Luigi tries to but a stop to it, but is just too late, and a rift between dimensions is created.
Series Related
  • Wii: Super Paper Mario (2007)
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Koopa Bros.
This Koopa quartet held one of the Star Spirits captive, and Mario needed to defeat them to rescue it. The one in red is the one that calls the shots. Though they may be overly flashy, don't underestimate their fighting ability. Their signature move involves all four members stacking on top of each other, and spinning at their opponent to deal heavy damage. They don't take damage while stacked, but if you keep whailing on them, they'll eventually topple.
Series Related
  • N64: Paper Mario (2000)
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Rawk Hawk
When Mario and friends arrive to Glitzville, they see a Crystal Star on the Champ's Belt, belonging to none other than world-famous Rawk Hawk. The best heavyweight fighter in the Glitz Pit, he's got aerial maneuvers and tricky attacks that can make any challenger cry for mommy. He doesn't exactly fight clean however, and will try to cheat his way against a formidable foe. He even tries to poison Mario and friends with a fake cake! The nerve!
Series Related
  • GCN: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
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Huey
Is that a floating paint can? Indeed it is! Huey is the guardian of the Big Paint Stars on Prisma Fountain. Mario wakes him up, only for him to get angry at him for the Big Paint Stars going missing. On top of that, Peach ends up getting kidnapped by Bowser! Mario and Huey join forces to recover the Big Paint Stars around Port Prisma and restore color to the world. What does Bowser want with them anyway?
Series Related
  • Wii U: Paper Mario: Color Splash (2016)
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Ganondorf
In most games in the Zelda series, Ganondorf awaits Link at the end of his adventure. His title "The King of Evil" couldn't be a more fitting name; with the Triforce of Power, he aims to take over Hyrule, as well as reclaim the other two parts of the Triforce. In Smash Bros., Ganondorf is one of the slower fighters, but he makes up for it with devastating power. Seriously, he can KO someone as big as Bowser in less than five attacks!
Fighter
  • N64: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)
  • Wii: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006)
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Ganondorf (Alt.)
As you would expect from the wielder of the Triforce of Power, Ganondorf has a lot of power behind his attack. His neutral special, Warlock Punch, unleashes a dark energy-fueled punch that can KO most characters in one blow! Unfortunately, dark energy-fueled punches take a lot of time to charge, so of you want something quicker, use his forward smash. He pulls out his sword and throws a mighty swing downward. The range and damage of this move make it especially lethal.
Fighter
  • N64: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)
  • Wii: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006)
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Ganon
The monster form of Ganondorf, appearing way back in the original The Legend of Zelda. In Ocarina of Time, Ganondorf transformed into this beast, and Link had to fight him. You can encounter him as a boss in Classic Mode. Since he wields two big swords that would give Cloud a run for his money, you can bet he'll try swinging them around to deal serious damage. You won't be able to damage him at all, but you may notice that light-green tail. Hmm... I wonder what happens when you hit it?
Boss
  • NES: The Legend of Zelda (1986)
  • W64: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)
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King Bulblin and Lord Bullbo
King Bulblin is the head honcho of the crooks who kidnapped the children of Ordon Village in the beginning of Twilight Princess. Link fights him four times over the course of his adventure, and one time, he even takes him on in jousting! In Smash Bros., Lord Bulblin and his trusty steed, Lord Bullbo, appear on the Bridge of Eldin stage. You'll know they're coming when you hear a war horn in the background. They will ride along the bridge and damage anyone they hit. They'll also drop a bomb that destroys the bridge and creates a gaping pit.
Stage
  • Wii: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2006)
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Calamity Ganon
This is the form Ganon takes in Breath of the Wild. Unlike his other incarnations, he lacks a physical form. Legends say Calamity Ganon shed his physical form 10,000 years ago, and has been building up power since. At the end of the game, Link goes head to head with this thing. It can be confusing fighting someone whose pretty much just a bunch of dark clouds though. You think he and Giygas would get along? Eh... probably not...
Series Related
  • Switch: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2017)
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Ridley
Ridley has had an almost perfect attendance record in every Metroid game! This giant space dragon is the one responsible for the death of Samus' parents, and they two have been at each other's heads since. Most may see him as a brainless monster, but he is actually quite cunning and cruel. In Smash Bros., he prefers to torture his opponents before KOing them. With a decent recovery thanks to five midair jumps and high weight to boot, it can be hard to knock him off the stage!
Fighter
  • NES: Metroid (1986)
  • SNES: Super Metroid (1994)
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Ridley (Alt.)
Skewer, Ridley's down special move, has him poke forward with the spike on his tail. It's not very effective if you don't hit opponents properly, but land it in just the right spot, and you can land over 60% damage! Not only that, but your opponent will topple over, leaving them vulnerable for your next attack. His up special Wing Blitz allows him to launch in any direction, damaging opponents he hits. If you aim downward, you can even meteor smash enemies below!
Fighter
  • NES: Metroid (1986)
  • SNES: Super Metroid (1994)
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Meta Ridley
After being defeated by Samus, Ridley was rebuilt by the Space Pirates into a space dragon cyborg! Some of his features include a bomb launcher, multiple multimissile systems, upgrades to his plasma breath, and even stronger wings than before! In Metroid Prime, he attacks Frigate Orpheon, and Samus chases him down to Talon IV to battle him. The chestplate is his weakness, but you'll need to uncover it first.
Fighter
  • GCN: Metroid Prime (2002)
  • Wii: Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (2007)
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Kraid
Fun fact, in the original Metroid, Kraid was as tall as Samus. She must have been in for a surprise when she saw this hulking beast in Super Metroid! In Classic Mode, you battle him from the foreground while he attacks from the background. He can throw many organic projectiles that you'll need to dodge. You can only attack him at certain points where he gets close enough, so make the most of it!
Boss
  • NES: Metroid (1986)
  • SNES: Super Metroid (1994)
Mecha Ridley
Mecha Ridley
Ridley built this robotic copy of himself in Metroid: Zero Mission. Unfortunately, Samus defeated him before his legs and wings could be added. Even so, it still proves to be a formidable foe when Samus tries to escape Chozodia. If you have to fight him in Classic Mode, he'll attack you with fireballs, missiles, and claws. The only way to damage him is the red light on his chest, but it's protected by a glass barrier. Destroy that barrier so you can get to the core!
Boss
  • GBA: Metroid: Zero Mission (2004)
Geemer
Geemer
These little alien bugs are found on many planets during Samus' adventures, including Planet Zebes and Talon IV. They have the ability to cling to walls and ceilings in search of food, and while not hostile, their spiked bodies can harm any would-be predators. In Smash Run DX, they aren't particularly strong enemies, but simply touching those spikes can damage you. It may be best to take them out with ranged moves instead.
Enemy
  • NES: Metroid (1986)
  • SNES: Super Metroid (1994)
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Zebesian
Inhabitants of Planet Zebes, these crustacean-like creatures make up the bulk of the Space Pirates in Super Metroid. They aren't actually native to Zebes, and instead invaded the planet and wiped out the Chozo civilization there to claim it as their own. They come in many colors with different attributes, though Smash Run DX only features the blue variety. They can either snap at you with their claws or shoot lasers at you from afar. Either way, it's not a fun time.
Enemy
  • SNES: Super Metroid (1994)
Gold Torizo
Torizo
When you see a Chozo Statue, they usually hold an item for Samus to equip. However, in Super Metroid, some of them have been enhanced with defense and weapon systems to attack intruders. If you're unlucky enough to run into one of these in Smash Run DX, they're not easy to take down. Your projectiles won't do anything to it, since it can simply grab it and throw it away, so you'll need to rely on your physical attacks to beat a Torizo. Watch out for its claw swipes and explosie projectiles - they pack a punch!
Enemy
  • SNES: Super Metroid (1994)
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Chozo Statue
These statues are some of the most iconic artifacts Samus encounters in the Metroid series. They usually depict a Chozo sitting down holding its hands out. In its hands is an item, which could be a missile expansion, an energy tank, or even a new ability for your suit, which you can nab by breaking the small orange barrier. These statues are mostly found on Planet Zebes and Talon IV, which coincidentally were also home to the Chozo race.
Series Related
  • NES: Metroid (1986)
  • SNES: Super Metroid (1994)
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Queen Metroid
The cute, floating Metroids the series is named after are only the species' larval state, and the Queen Metroid is what they can evolve to! Samus must have been in for a shock when she saw this behemoth. As the queen, it is the only member of the species capable of reproduction, meaning if it dies, the Metroids die with it! The Queen Metroid's sole weakness is its stomach, so if Samus gets eaten by it, a single Power Bomb should be enough to finish it off.
Series Related
  • GB: Metroid II: Return of Samus (1989)
  • 3DS: Metroid: Samus Returns (2017)
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Omega Ridley
Following his defeat on Norion, Ridley was exposed to the Phazon Core, making him even more resilient and dangerous. Now with Phazon-enhanced armorskin and even the ability to use Hypermode, he can tank far more hits! The Phazon Core didn't heal one thing though: an injury in his chest he never healed from. He'll do his best to keep it covered, but the second he forgets, let him have it!
Series Related
  • Wii: Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (2007)
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King Dedede
How Dedede managed to become king of Dream Land is a mystery, but he doesn't exactly use his position to better the world around him. Instead he really only uses the title for bragging rights. He and Kirby used to have a blood feud with each other, though their rivalry is much more friendly in recent years, with things never scaling above a low-stakes Gourmet Race. In Smash Bros., King Dedede is armed with a giant wooden mallet, effectively combining range with power. On top of a good recovery and being heavy, you'll need to whack him a LOT before you can send him flying.
Fighter
  • GB: Kirby's Dream Land (1992)
  • SNES: Kirby Super Star (1996)
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Bandanna Waddle Dee
There's a million Waddle Dees, but there's only one Bandanna Waddle Dee! He's been serving as King Dedede's right hand man and commander of his army, but despite that, is pretty good friends with Kirby. He even helps him on a couple of his adventures. He's equipped with a spear in Smash Bros., which allows him to attack opponents from afar effectively. He's also able to summon several of King Dedede's minions to help him out. They act on their own and can usually be taken down by foes, so mind your positioning!
Fighter
  • SNES: Kirby Super Star (1996)
  • Wii: Kirby's Return to Dream Land (2011)
Bomber Kirby
Bomber
If you were to say a Bomber looks adorable, you'd be right! How could you not love that cute skull emblem and the way it waddles! Things change when one falls off a cliff or gets attacked; like all bombs, Bombers can explode, and that explosion is MASSIVE! If you see one walking around in Smash Bros., you can pick it up and hold it in the air. It'll explode in a few seconds after, damaging any enemies caught in the blast radius. Don't worry, you're safe!
Item
  • NES: Kirby's Adventure (1993)
  • SNES: Kirby Super Star (1996)
Walky
Walky
A microphone enemy that appears in the Kirby series. You'd think he'd be able to sing well, but he's just loud. Very, very loud. Kirby can get the Mike ability from him, allowing him to sing loud as well and defeat all enemies on screen. In Smash Bros., you too can use the power of music. Just grab a Walky when you see one and hit the attack button, you'll send a sound wave of screeching noise that heavily damages anyone around you. You can only use it three times before it disappears.
Item
  • NES: Kirby's Adventure (1993)
  • SNES: Kirby Super Star (1996)
Bonkers
Bonkers
This giant ape loves his hammer! Bonkers will hop around all over the place and try to clobber you with that big mallet, which as you can imagine, deals heavy damage. Bonkers can appear sometimes in Smash Run DX in Boss Run games. He's got a lot of health and his hammer swings are very damaging. His strongest attack is a fiery upward swing that'll send you flying! Keep hitting him with your strongest attacks to take him down!
Enemy
  • NES: Kirby's Adventure (1993)
  • SNES: Kirby Super Star (1996)
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Tac
A shifty cat who loves to go around Dream Land and cause mischief. They can attack Kirby with an extending hand, and they'll take away his copy ability! You'd better defeat it to get it back before it gets away! Tacs do the same thing in Smash Run DX, only they'll snatch your precious Stat Boosts instead! If you're caught by one and chase it down, you can get all the Stat Boosts it stole from you, plus the ones you'd get normally!
Enemy
  • SNES: Kirby Super Star (1996)
  • DS: Kirby Super Star Ultra (2008)
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Scarfy
These floating owl-like creatures appear all over the place in the Kirby series. They look cute and harmless at first, but provoke them and their explosive temper boils, and they'll lash out at you! Luckily, their temper is so explosive that after awhile they'll just explode themselves. You can find these in Smash Run DX sometimes. If you can hit it with a strong enough attack to defeat it instantly, not only will you not have to deal with an angry enemy on your tail, but you'll get three times as many Stat Boosts!
Enemy
  • GB: Kirby's Dream Land (1992)
  • NES: Kirby's Adventure (1993)
Laser Ball - Laser
Laser Ball
You can find these guys floating through the skies of Dream Land. They'll try to line up with a target, and once they are, they'll shoot a laser. Kirby can inhale one to get the laser ability, allowing him to shoot a laser of his own that can ricochet of walls. Laser Balls are some of the weaker enemies in Smash Run DX, only taking a few hits to defeat, but their laser attack is fast, travels far, and is pretty damaging.
Enemy
  • NES: Kirby's Adventure (1993)
  • GBA: Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land (2002)
Mr Shine and Mr Bright
Mr. Shine & Mr. Bright
Mario's had to run from an Angry Sun before, but Kirby has had to tango with an angry sun AND a furious moon at the same time! Their attack strategy revolves around them taking turns to fight Kirby. Mr. Shine (the sun) can shoot fireballs and blast around at quick speeds, while Mr. Bright (the moon) throws cutter projectiles and rolls around. While one fights, the other stays in the sky and uses their own attacks. Mr. Bright can cause harmful sun rays to fall down, and Mr. Bright can summon a meteor shower from above.
Series Related
  • NES: Kirby's Adventure (1993)
  • GBA: Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land (2002)
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Andross
Andross was once a brilliant scientist in the Cornerian Army. Though as his ego grew, so did the danger and immorality of his experiments, and he was banished to the planet Venom. Then came the Lylat Wars, where he sought to take over the Lylat System and rule it over. In Smash Bros., you can summon him with an Assist Trophy. Appearing in his white, polygonal design from the original Star Fox, he sits in the back and... spits?... Burps?... Barfs?... white squares at opponents to damage them.
Assist Trophy
  • SNES: Star Fox (1993)
  • N64: Star Fox 64 (1997)
Arwing
Arwing
The Arwings get their name from their distinctive "A" shape, and have been apart of team Star Fox since its inception. They're known for their balance of speed, power, and performance, and being armed with laser cannons and reflector shields, they are undeniably Star Fox's most important asset. You can see some flying by on the Corneria stage. Some can be used as platforms, other will target and shoot you down!
Stage
  • SNES: Star Fox (1993)
  • N64: Star Fox 64 (1997)
Wolfen
Wolfen
These space crafts are used by Star Wolf, designed by Andross to rival Star Fox's Arwings. Distinguishable by their red color, the Wolfen's capabilities rival, or perhaps even surpass, that of the Arwing. In Star Fox: Assault, you actually get the chance to pilot one for yourself. On the Corneria stage, Wolfens can be seen duking it out with the Arwings; no doubt it's Star Wolf up to their tricks again!
Stage
  • N64: Star Fox 64 (1997)
  • GCN: Star Fox: Assault (2005)
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Great Fox
This enormous battleship serves as the headquarters for team Star Fox. Built by Fox's late father James McCloud, it's equipped with enormous plasma engines that allow it to travelling at warp speed between planets, handy for getting around the Lylat System. In Smash Bros., you can battle on top of the ship in the Corneria stage. It has a weird layout, but still fun to fight on. The plasma cannons at the bottom can fire sometimes, causing heavy damage to anyone caught in them!
Stage
  • N64: Star Fox 64 (1997)
  • GCN: Star Fox: Assault (2005)
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Andross (True Form)
"Only I have the brains to rule Lylat!" Turns out that comment was more relevant than it first seemed. This is Andross' true form, battled on Venom in a one-on-one with Fox. His eyes move independently and can shoot lasers at you, but the brain is big and vulnerable, so you should aim your attacks there! Of course, you could take out the eyes first if they're causing a lot of trouble for you.
Series Related
  • N64: Star Fox 64 (1997)
  • 3DS: Star Fox 64 3D (2011)
Landmaster
Landmaster
Designed by the Cornerian Army, the Landmaster is an all-terrain tank that Fox can pilot. It comes equipped with a large barrel that can fire powerful shots at targets, as well as hovering capabilities for extra maneuverability. Fun fact, in some of the previous Smash Bros. games, Fox and Falco used this vehicle for their Final Smash. Since they prefer the air though, it was retired for their Arwings instead.
Series Related
  • N64: Star Fox 64 (1997)
  • GCN: Star Fox: Assault (2005)
BlueMarine
Blue Marine
Originally constructed for recreational use, resident mechanic Slippy converted this vehicle into a battle submarine for Star Fox to handle missions underwater. With smooth controls, an unlimited amount of homing torpedoes, and laser cannons to fire at any nearby threats, it's quite the technological achievement. Thanks, Slippy!
Series Related
  • N64: Star Fox 64 (1997)
  • 3DS: Star Fox 64 3D (2011)
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Pokémon Trainer
As you could probably tell from the name, these guys train Pokémon for battles. Some say that the bond between a trainer and their Pokémon is unbreakable. Most trainers are more than excited to embark on an adventure of their own. In Smash Bros., Pokémon Trainer can summon three different Pokémon into battle - the quick Squirtle, the powerful Charizard, and the ranged Ivysaur.
Fighter
  • GB: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green (1996)
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
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Pokémon Trainer (Alt.)
By holding shield and pressing the special button, Pokémon Trainer can swap between three different Pokémon to use in battle. The trainer never fights, but it's not as if they're just loitering around the stage. Without commands, those Pokémon would have no idea what to do! Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard all have different attacks and attributes, making them pretty unique fighters. You can pick your favorite and stick with it or try to master all three!
Fighter
  • GB: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green (1996)
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
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Squirtle
The Tiny Turtle Pokémon, this little guy is one of the Kanto starters. Its shell has special ridges that allow it to swiftly navigate through water. This shell is also quite durable, being able to withstand even the strongest of attacks. Squirtle is one of the three Pokémon used by Pokémon Trainer in Smash Bros., and it's the smallest. While it is pretty light, its quick moves can combo opponents to easily rack up damage.
Fighter
  • GB: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green (1996)
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
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Squirtle (Alt.)
Squirtle's side special move is Withdraw, a move where it crawls into its shell and rockets forward. Not only does it damage anyone it hits, Squirtle is completely immune to damage while in the shell! Bubble, it's down special, allows it to spit bubbles across the ground. They don't damage opponents, but they will make them trip. If you can catch someone off guard with it, you can smack them with a quick attack for free damage!
Fighter
  • GB: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green (1996)
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
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Ivysaur
This Seed Pokémon evolves from Bulbasaur, one of the Kanto starters. The large bulb on its back plants all four of its feet to the ground. You can often find it standing in the sun, allowing its flower to absorb energy. When called into battle by the Pokémon Trainer in Smash Bros., Ivysaur can use whips from its bulb to fight. It's not that fast, but those vines give it a really good range!
Fighter
  • GB: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green (1996)
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
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Ivysaur (Alt.)
Ivysaur's down special is a two-part attack. It starts by using Synthesis to absorb sunlight, slowly healing damage. It's a fast process, but always be on the lookout for opponents trying to shut you down. After it's healed 40% damage, it's bulb will begin glowing. In this state, it can use Solar Beam, a powerful move that allows it to shoot a sunlight-powered beam of energy forward that can be devastating to opponents hit by it. Just try not to miss it, or else you'll need to recharge with Synthesis again.
Fighter
  • GB: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green (1996)
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
Charizard SSBUltimate
Charizard
A powerful Pokémon that is the final evolution of Charmander. It is one of the most popular Pokémon worldwide, and with its flaming tail and huge wings, it's easy to see why. While powerful, it has a code of honor, and will never use its Flamethrower technique on an opponent weaker than itself. Those rules don't seem to apply in Smash Bros. though; once summoned by Pokémon Trainer, it can throw out flames from its mouth willy nilly. Because of its strong attacks, you'll often want to use it to score a KO.
Fighter
  • GB: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green (1996)
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
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Charizard (Alt.)
Charizard's side special, Flare Blitz, is so powerful that it even damages itself! It rockets forward in a burst of flames, hitting opponents with incredible force. Its down special is Inferno, where it spits out a massive fireball that flies in an arc. On contact, it will explode into three smaller fireballs for even more damage! If you're positioned right, you can even hurl this fireball off-stage to hit a recovering opponent.
Fighter
  • GB: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green (1996)
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
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Blastoise
This Shellfish Pokémon is a heavyweight favorite among many trainers. Pretty hard to believe something as cute as Squirtle could evolve into this. Those cannons on its back aren't just for show; they can fire torrents of water strong enough to break through concrete! When summoned in Smash Bros., Blastoise will use its Hydro Pump move to shoot bursts of water at opponents. They don't deal a lot of damage, but they can push fighters back quite a bit!
Poké Ball
  • GB: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green (1996)
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
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Smoochum
A female-only Pokémon species that evolves into Jynx. Since it's a Kiss Pokémon, it has big lips, and will observe anything new it finds by kissing it. When called into battle in Smash Bros., Smoochum will wander around the stage and use Sweet Kiss on an nearby opponent. Don't think that this is a simple peck on the cheek; this kiss is strong enough to damage you! It'll keep kissing you to deal more damage, so move around a lot to try and shake it off.
Poké Ball
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
  • GBA: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (2002)
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Lunala
In Alola, this Moone Pokémon has been given the title of "beast that calls the moon", mainly because it constantly absorbs moonlight to convert into energy. Its wings also resemble a beautiful, starry night when spread open! In Smash Bros., Lunala will fly into the background and aim its Moongeist Beam at opponents. When it opens fire, it heavily damages anyone caught in it, so do your best to avoid that.
Poké Ball
  • 3DS: Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon (2016)
  • 3DS: Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon (2017)
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Grookey
One of the starter Pokémon in Galar, Grookey! The Chimp Pokémon, it has an endless bound of curiosity, and has a habit of climbing up buildings and trees to reach bigger heights. In Smash Bros., if summoned with a Poké Ball, Grookey will hop around the stage and use Grass Knot to cause grass to grow on the ground around itself, damaging any opponents nearby. It can also use this move while climbing walls!
Poké Ball
  • Switch: Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield (2019)
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Scorbunny
This Fire-type Rabbit Pokémon is one of the starters you can choose in the Galar region! It may be small, but this little guy packs loads of energy. In fact, while moving around, it can discharge flames from its body! In Smash Bros., it can use Heat Crash to cover itself in flames and rush forward. It damages opponents it runs into heavily, and will aim for the nearest opponent, but once it starts moving, it can't change direction.
Poké Ball
  • Switch: Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield (2019)
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Sobble
The Water Lizard Pokémon, Sobble is one of the Galar region's starters. It's pretty shy and timid, and hides in bodies of water. However, while submerged, it can attack by squirting streams of water at enemies. When summoned in Smash Bros., it can use Soak to squirt jets of water at opponents. These don't damage them, but they can push them around. This can be especially dreadful for recovering opponents!
Poké Ball
  • Switch: Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield (2019)
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Rayquaza
It is said that Rayquaza has lived in the ozone layer for millions of years. As a member of the Weather Trio, this Sky High Pokémon will calm Groudon and Kyogre down whenever they get in a fight. It's almost like a father trying to stop rowdy kids from fighting! If you see it in Classic Mode, it'll attack you with thunder attacks that deal electric damage. It's a pretty easy fight... until it Mega Evolves into Mega Rayquaza! Beat it quick before it can KO you!
Boss
  • GBA: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (2003)
  • DS: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (2006)
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Miltank
One look at this Normal-type and it becomes very clear why this is called the Milk Cow Pokémon. The milk produced from its udders is very sweet, and it can be used to heal sick humans or Pokémon. The quality of its milk is dependent on the quality of the pastures it lives in; that's why ranchers who raise Miltank are extremely experienced. Since Miltank can produce up to five gallons of milk a day, the dairy industry must be very efficient in the Pokémon world.
Series Related
  • GBC: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (1999)
  • GBA: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (2003)
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Klefki
Pokémon can come in many shapes and sizes, but you'd be hard pressed to find any as strange as Klefki. This Steel / Fairy dual-type looks like a ring of keys. It loves collecting them, and will even go as far as to sneak into people's houses and steal any keys they have. That being said, having Klefki around may not be a bad idea; it'll store your keys for you and keep them safe at any cost!
Series Related
  • 3DS: Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon (2016)
  • Switch: Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield (2019)
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Pico
Pico was once a member of the Poripoto army, assigned to carry out dangerous missions. How he went from that to racing around in F-Zero machines is beyond us, but his aggressive personality and reckless driving make him a perfect pilot for his machine, the Wild Goose (yeah, we don't know that either). When not racing, he operates a shop near his original military base, but that's simply a cover-up for his work as a deadly assassin.
Series Related
  • SNES: F-Zero (1990)
  • N64: F-Zero X (1998)
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Leon (F-Zero)
Leon hails from the war-torn planet of Zou. He was sent with his machine, the Space Angler, to participate in the F-Zero grand prix as a symbol of hope for the planet. The Space Angler has pretty balanced stats, so Leon has a pretty good track record, which he hopes to keep to save the next generation of people on Zou from poverty. Funnily enough, he shares his name with Leon from the Star Fox series, but he looks at LOT like Wolf.
Series Related
  • N64: F-Zero X (1990)
  • GCN: F-Zero GX (2003)
Octoman Spirit
Octoman
Octoman hails from the planet Takora, which is in hot water with the Milky Way Space Federation and... the rest of the universe. This left the planet in an unstable economy state, but Octoman rose from the ruin and entered the F-Zero Grand Prix, hoping to use the prize money to fund children's education, with the rest going to the government. His machine, the Deep Claw, has decent durability and speed, but low grip. It was also made to accommodate for Octoman's unique physical build.
Series Related
  • N64: F-Zero X (1990)
  • GCN: F-Zero GX (2003)
Baba Spirit
Baba
The so-called "Wild Child" from the lust green planet Giant, Baba has preternatural animal instincts and good physical prowess, traits that got him recruited into the F-Zero Grand Prix. He was given the Iron Tiger, a machine with poor speed but great handling, and started racing at the age of 18. He didn't win, but acknowledged that he had much to learn. So, he left the track on a spiritual journey to better hone his skills. Now back on the wheel, he's really confident about winning... maybe just a bit TOO confident...
Series Related
  • N64: F-Zero X (1990)
  • GCN: F-Zero GX (2003)
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Bio-Rex
Bio-Rex was created by the Keerlon Corporation after using illegal genetic engineering on a fossilized dinosaur egg. The end result was a being with the body of a T-Rex but capable of human thought. To prove his superiority to humans, Bio-Rex entered the F-Zero Grand Prix with his machine, the Big Fang. Designed with an emphasis on control to compensate for his violent nature and fierce reflexes, it has top-notch handling, and its durability isn't too shabby either.
Series Related
  • N64: F-Zero X (1990)
  • GCN: F-Zero GX (2003)
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Dai Sen Gen
You may think Dai, Sen, and Gen are your typical super-intelligent preschoolers, but these guys are actually around 150 years old! They come from the planet Shinar, where the average lifespan is some 200 years. They have the ability to use telepathy to communicate, so they don't need to talk at all. Thanks to this, they are able to operate their machine, the Pink Spider, just as well as any other racer. Now that's teamwork!
Series Related
  • GCN: F-Zero GX (2003)
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QQQ
QQQ was originally discarded in a scrap pile dump, but was found by space detective Phoenix. He was repaired and they became partners. His design may look a little outdated and dumb, but make no mistake, he has an IQ and AI like no other! He was actually sent from the future, but needs to be repaired more before he can return to his time period. His machine, the Rolling Turtle, has great durability and can withstand a ton of damage. However, it isn't very fast.
Series Related
  • GCN: F-Zero GX (2003)
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Polar Bear
You'd think that someone who lives in the cold arctic wouldn't be wearing clothes fit for a Summer vacation. In Ice Climber, this guy appears whenever the climbers are taking five, can will jump to cause earthquakes that scroll the screen up and move things along. During Boss Run in Smash Run DX, you can sometimes find Polar Bears chilling out. Their earthquakes scroll the screen up a bit, which spells trouble if you're pretty low. They have high health, but aren't too keen on fire attacks.
Enemy
  • NES: Ice Climber (1985)
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Tom Nook
Tom Nook has had important roles in all the Animal Crossing games. In New Horizons, he takes it upon himself to expand his company to new heights, and thus, the Deserted Island Getaway Package was born. Of course, he will still give you a huge loan to pay off. Business never changes, does it? In Smash Bros., Tom Nook and his Nooklings are summoned for Villager's Final Smash, where he gets paid bells to build a house over an opponent.
Fighter Related
  • N64: Dōbutsu no Mori (2000)
  • Switch: Animal Crossing: New Horizons (2020)
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Timmy & Tommy Nook
Tom Nook's twin sons - or nephews? Cousins? No one really knows - have run various jobs around town. The Nooklings even go as far as to help their old man fund the Deserted Island Getaway Package. They've still got a lot to learn, but with all they've accomplished, it's not half bad for two brothers all things considered. Villager's Final Smash will summon the Nooklings and Tom Nook to build a house over an opponent to damage them.
Fighter Related
  • N64: Dōbutsu no Mori (2000)
  • Switch: Animal Crossing: New Horizons (2020)
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Bald Bull
Bald Bull
Bald Bull takes his career as a boxer so seriously that he's learned to take great joy in taking uppercuts to the face. Hailing from Turkey and weighing a beastly 298 lbs., few can contest with Bald Bull and come out unscathed. His infamous Bull Charge technique has him rushing at his opponent and delivering a massive, rage-powered uppercut. He uses this move when summoned in Smash Bros. Make sure you aren't on the receiving end, or else you'll be in a world of hurt.
Assist Trophy
  • Arcade: Punch-Out!! (1984)
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
Glass Joe
Glass Joe
Coming from France and weighing at a measily 110 lbs., Glass Joe has fought - and lost - more bouts than any boxer in the WVBA's history. Despite his long career, he's only actually won once. You have to admire his determination, though. Even after being punched in the jaw countless times, never throws in the towel. He could be seen as a right of passage for new, up and coming boxers; fighting him will help you get the basics of boxing down! He still kinda sucks though...
Series Related
  • Arcade: Punch-Out!! (1984)
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
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Glass Joe (Title Defense)
In the WVBA, if a contender loses a total of 100 bouts, they can wear protective headgear to help them do better in battle. Well, when Little Mac pushed Glass Joe's record of 99 losses to 100, he gains some padded headgear when he's rematched in Title Defense. You can't punch him in the jaw, so you'll need to focus on belly blows. If only there was some way to knock that headgear off of him, then that would make the battle so much easier...
Series Related
  • Wii: Punch-Out!! (2009)
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Von Kaiser
At age 42, this German boxer is one of the older boxers in the WVBA, but that doesn't really mean he's a tough opponent. He'll twitch his head before trying to throw a punch to your face; that's your cue to dodge and counterattack. If you hit him while he's twitching his head though, you can get a Star off of him! Back in Germany, he ran a boxing school to teach young kids... but was constantly beaten up by them. This resulted in emotional trauma that sticks with him to this day.
Series Related
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
  • Wii: Punch-Out!! (2009)
Piston Hondo
Piston Hondo
Of all the boxers in the WVBA, Piston Hondo of Tokyo, Japan probably has the most honor. He politely bows before a bout, even if it lets his opponent get a free jab. He moves around the ring with swift and grace, and his blows are just as quick. Particularly, his signature Hondo Rush move is a series of rapidfire jabs to the face. If you block all of them, you can counterattack! He's definitely a worthy opponent in the ring.
Series Related
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
  • Wii: Punch-Out!! (2009)
Don Flamenco
Don Flamenco
It's Don Flamenco of Spain! Standing at 6'1'' and weighing at 152 lbs., he's quite the ladies' man, and constantly tries to swoon them in between rounds. However, not all is as it seems; if Little Mac punches him in the face enough times, he'll knock his toupee off. Oh yes, that REALLY gets him mad! That being said, back in Spain, he was a bull fighter, and managed to send one flying out of the coliseum with a single uppercut! Sorry, would-be suitors, Don's already got a girlfriend, Carmen!
Series Related
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
  • Wii: Punch-Out!! (2009)
Disco Kid
Disco Kid
Standing at 6'3'' and weighing at 210 lbs., it's Disco Kid! This eccentric boxer comes from Brooklyn, New York, where he used to host dance clubs and bust out some sick moves. Even when boxing, he'll still keep grooving to the beat. He may not seem that experienced, since he's constantly posing and smiling at you, but don't take him lightly. His signature Disco Flurry can pack quite a punch!
Series Related
  • Wii: Punch-Out!! (2009)
Great Tiger
Great Tiger
Hailing from India, Great Tiger is more of a magician than a boxer. He utilizes various magic during bouts to trick opponents and send them to the mat. You'll need to pay attention to the jewel on his turban to see what attack he's going to do. Then again, if you hit him while the jewel blinks, you can get a free attack in! His signature move is his Mirage Dance, where he sends illusions of himself to attack you. Pay close attention, and don't get hit by the real one!
Series Related
  • Arcade: Super Punch-Out!! (1985)
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
Bear Hugger
Bear Hugger
Weighing at a massive 440 lbs. and standing at 6'3'', Bear Hugger is definitely one of the more heftier contenders in the WVBA. His massive girth will negate any body blows you throw at him, so go for the head! His signature move, the Bear Hug, can deal a lot of damage, so if you see it coming, duck for cover! Interesting fact, Bear Hugger's boxing coach back in Cananda is apparently a bear he found while chopping down trees. Yeah... we don't know either...
Series Related
  • Arcade: Super Punch-Out!! (1985)
  • SNES: Super Punch-Out!! (1994)
Bear Hugger Title Defense
Bear Hugger (Title Defense)
When you rematch Bear Hugger in Title Defense, he's gone through a bit more training with his bear coach back in Canada. He has a hat while fighting... and that hat hides a squirrel underneath! During the fight, the squirrel will pop out occasionally when Bear Hugger is throwing attacks - that's your cue that those are attacks he'll fake out! You have to wonder if having a squirrel around is against Boxing rules. Well, outside of Canada anyway...
Series Related
  • Wii: Punch-Out!! (2009)
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King Hippo
Do you think the audience behind King Hippo can see Little Mac fighting him? Anyway, not a lot is known about him. All that is recorded of him is that he comes from Hippo Island, somewhere in the South Pacific. His size and weight aren't even documented! King Hippo will block all of your blows, but if you hit him in the jaw, his pants will fall and his belly button will be exposed - yup, that's his weak point! Keep laying body blows until you knock him down, he's too heavy to get up!
Series Related
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
  • Wii: Punch-Out!! (2009)
King Hippo Title Defense
King Hippo (Title Defense)
In Title Defense, King Hippo learned his lesson about exposing his weakness, so he duct tapes a manhole cover on his stomach. Not even Donkey Kong's Giant Punch would be able to break through that! You're gonna need to knock that cover off before you can start punching him in the gut. Just keep wailing on the duct tape and the manhole cover will eventually break off, and then you can battle him normally. Hippo's a lot stronger this time around, so don't let your guard down!
Series Related
  • Wii: Punch-Out!! (2009)
Soda Popinski
Soda Popinski
This 35-year-old boxer from Russia loves soda. I mean, he REALLY loves soda. He'll down whole bottles of fizzy drinks before and after rounds. When he's knocked down, he'll reach for his precious beverages to give him the strength to rise up. Popinski will even try to drink a bottle during battles to restore his health! When this happens, knock the bottle away from him before he can take a sip, but watch out for the flurry of angry uppercuts to come after...
Series Related
  • Arcade: Super Punch-Out!! (1985)
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
Super Macho Man
Super Macho Man
One of the strongest boxers in the WVBA, Super Macho Man is a total show-off. You could probably even tell that from his name! Hailing from Hollywood, California, he spends his time training, signing autographs, and going on dates. Before a match, he'll also pose for the crowd to REALLY get them going. Don't underestimate him just because he likes the spotlight though; when he hits, he hits HARD! Try not to get hit by his Macho Clotheslines; you'll need to duck to avoid those!
Series Related
  • Arcade: Super Punch-Out!! (1985)
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
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Donkey Kong (Punch-Out!!)
Little Mac may have gone toe-to-toe with some of the weirdest boxers in the WVBA, but battling Donkey Kong? That's something you don't see every day! His only recorded match was against Little Mac after he became champion of the World Circuit, and it was a pretty crazy bout. DK likes to show off, but hit him at the wrong time and he'll take you down fast. You'd think they wouldn't allow a giant ape into the ring. How'd they even get him to wear boxing gloves?
Series Related
  • Wii: Punch-Out!! (2009)
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Mario (Referee)
Mario has had many careers throughout his life, but did you know he used to be a referee in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!? The goal of the game was to knock the opponent down, either three times or until they can't get up on the count of 10. The referee keeps watch to make sure things don't get out of hand, as well as calling the winner if the bout goes past the third round. In the Wii version of Punch-Out!!, Mario is replaced with a generic referee. Perhaps Bowser kidnapped Peach at the most inconvenient of times.
Series Related
  • NES: Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (1987)
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Duck Hunt
A trio consisting of a laughing dog, a flying duck, and an unseen sharpshooter may seem unlikely for a fighter, but somehow, Duck Hunt makes it work! In the original game, the NES Zapper would need to be used to shoot down ducks that the dog would scare off. In Smash Bros., the duck is perched on the dog's back, and helps with a few attacks. Their up special, Duck Jump, can carry them pretty far in the air. But if you wanna get to ground quicker, you can hold down and they'll simply plummet instead.
Fighter
  • NES: Duck Hunt (1984)
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Duck Hunt (Alt.)
All of Duck Hunt's smash attacks use the sharpshooter's NES Zapper; they shoot onto the battlefield, damaging any opponents caught in the blasts. Each of them hit three times, and charging the forward smash allows it to cover more range! Wild Gunman, their down special, allows them to summon one of the five Wild Gunmen from... Wild Gunman. All five have their own properties and differ in strength, range, and firing speed. Watch out for the one in the orange, he's quick!
Fighter
  • NES: Duck Hunt (1984)
DuckNES
Duck
The main objective of Duck Hunt was to shoot these ducks down. With the NES Zapper, you could aim at the screen and shoot at them for your dog companion to smile at you... or laugh at you if you missed. These friendly fowl appear in Smash Run, where they will fly around aimlessly. They won't really harm you and are easily defeated, but they will give you an item if you knock them down, so attack one if you see it!
Enemy
  • NES: Duck Hunt (1984)
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Snake SSBUltimate
Snake
A product of the Les Enfants Terribles project, Solid Snake is a clone of Big Boss, but has become a military legend in his own right. He joined the unit FOXHOUND with his goals clear: destroy the bipedal tanks known as Metal Gear. After the Shadow Moses Incident, he was wrongfully labelled as a terrorist, and was forced to fake his own death. In Smash Bros., Snake brings a lot of firepower with him to the battlefield. He mostly relies on setting up traps and stage control, making it difficult for opponents to close the gap. When they do though, Snake's weaknesses become more prevalent.
Fighter
  • MSX2: Metal Gear (1987)
  • PS1: Metal Gear Solid (1998)
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Snake (Alt.)
Snake's down smash attack has him dig into the ground and place a claymore mine. You can have up to three on-stage at once, and it'll explode when an enemy stumbles upon it. The longer you charge, the stronger the explosion will be. His down special C4 is similar, placing a C4 bomb on the ground, or even an opponent if one is close by. Using the move again has him push a button on a remote to detonate it, dealing damage to anyone (even yourself) in the blast radius.
Fighter
  • MSX2: Metal Gear (1987)
  • PS1: Metal Gear Solid (1998)
Cardboard box
Cardboard Box
Sure, sneaking suits, camouflage, and even outright invisibility are good for sneaking around, but sometimes the oldest trick in the book is the most effective. Solid Snake, Raiden, and even the legendary Big Boss have used cardboard boxes to sneak past enemy units undetected. As long as you aren't caught while moving inside it, it's absolutely foolproof. In Smash Bros., Snake hides under one when he taunts. The box can be picked up and thrown by opponents, but it's pretty weak.
Fighter Related
  • MSX2: Metal Gear (1987)
  • PS1: Metal Gear Solid (1998)
Metal Gear REX
Metal Gear REX
This prototype of Metal Gear was made back in the 1960s by Leonovitch Granin, though it was turned down for the Shagohod. Upset about this, Granin turned to the U.S., and with the help of Hal Emmerich, Metal Gear REX was finished in the early 2000s. This giant, mobile tank was capable of launching nuclear weapons anywhere in the world, and since it was fired from a rail gun, it couldn't be detected by satellites either! On the Shadow Moses Island stage, you can someones see it battling Metal Gear RAY in the background.
Stage
  • PS1: Metal Gear Solid (1998)
  • PS2: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (2001)
Metal Gear RAY
Metal Gear RAY
Unlike other Metal Gears, Metal Gear RAY doesn't have any nuclear warhead storage. Built to counter the Metal Gear REX units being mass-produced following the Shadow Moses Incident, it was amphibious and could move through the water with ease. In Metal Gear Solid 2, Raiden even manages to take out a bunch of them en masse! Someones, you can see it battling Metal Gear REX on the Shadow Moses Island stage. If you and your opponent want, you could stop fighting and watch these metallic giants duke it out!
Stage
  • PS2: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (2001)
  • PS3: Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (2008)
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Naked Snake
On August 1964, Naked Snake took part in the Virtuous Mission as a member of the CIA's FOX Unit. After rescuing Nikolai Stepanovich Sokolov after infiltrating Tselinoyarsk, he found out about the Soviets developing a new weapon, the Shagohod. Snake managed to destroy it, as well as assassinate The Boss. Years later, under the name Big Boss, he had his genetic code used as part of the Les Enfants Terribles project, and thus three clones of him were born: Solid Snake, Liquid Snake, and Solidus Snake.
Series Related
  • MSX2: Metal Gear (1987)
  • PS2: Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (2004)
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SSBU Dracula Spirit
Dracula
Count Dracula sits at the top of his castle, awaiting you for the final battle. In the Castlevania series, he's waged blood war with the Belmont family of vampire hunters, and won't hesitate to duel one of them in a battle. In Smash Bros., you can fight him in Classic Mode. He has a lot of magic abilities, and he can only be damaged if you hit his head. After taking enough damage, he transforms into a large demon-like monster, with even stronger attacks!
Boss
  • NES: Castlevania (1987)
  • PS1: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (1997)
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BigtehCat
Big
A pretty large cat who lives a carefree life in the woods, spending his days fishing with his best friend Froggy. He's typically kindhearted and a bit of a goofball, but if someone takes Froggy away from him there's no telling what he'll do. In Sonic Adventure, Big went on a pretty huge adventure (not really, it was only four levels) to save Froggy, who apparently had a Chaos Emerald inside him all along. They managed to get home safely with Tails' Tornado.
Series Related
  • Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure (1998)
  • GCN: Sonic Heroes (2003)
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Tikal
4,000 years ago, the Echidna Tribe sought for total power, and wanted to steal the Chaos Emeralds and the Master Emerald. The chief's daughter, Tikal, opposed their warmongering ways, and even befriended the local Chao and their guardian Chaos. Before Chaos could go on a destructive rampage, Tikal sealed it in the Master Emerald with her soul. In the present day, Dr. Eggman freed Chaos by destroying the Master Emerald. He also freed Tikal, and with her spirit, she tried to help Sonic and friends to restore peace to Chaos.
Series Related
  • Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure (1998)
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Pachacamac
Back when the Echidna Tribe was in its heyday, Pachacamac rose the ranks and became chief. To expand their empire, he led his people on a series of wars, against his daughter Tikal's better judgement. To ensure victory for his people during a war against the Nocturnus Clan, he raided the Altar of the Emeralds on Angle Island to steal the Chaos Emeralds and the Master Emerald. This would enrage Chaos, and he wiped out almost all of the Echidna Tribe.
Series Related
  • Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure (1998)
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Chaos
A godlike being that was once the guardian of the Chao and the Master Emerald. While it used to be peaceful, the Echidna Tribe tried to destroy it in their lust for power. For their greed, Chaos killed them and fittingly became the "God of Destruction". In Sonic Adventure, Dr. Eggman freed Chaos by shattering the Master Emerald. He sought to power up Chaos by giving it the seven Chaos Emeralds so he could destroy Station Square, building his empire over the remains.
Series Related
  • Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure (1998)
  • Switch: Sonic Forces (2017)
ThePresident
The President
Even a world populated by hedgehogs with the ability to run at mach speeds and foxes born with two propeller-like tails has a couple humans in it. The President (we don't know his name so bear with us here), being a major figurehead of the country, has had a few encounters with Sonic and friends over the years. In Shadow the Hedgehog, he does his best to deal with the invasion of the Black Arms, though Shadow eventually saves all of humanity from their destruction. To be honest, he looks more like an attorney than a president...
Series Related
  • Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure 2 (2001)
  • GCN: Shadow the Hedgehog (2005)
GeraldRobotnik
Gerald Robotnik
A brilliant scientist who invented the Space Colony ARK to work on his operations. His biggest undertaking was Project Shadow, his attempt to create the ultimate life form. Development was going swimmingly until the government deemed his creation dangerous, taking Shadow captive and even killing his granddaughter Maria. 50 years later, Dr. Eggman would break into Prison Island and free Shadow, who reveals to him the Eclipse Cannon; Gerald's final creation made to wipe out all of humanity to avenge Maria.
Series Related
  • Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure 2 (2001)
  • GCN: Shadow the Hedgehog (2005)
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Biolizard
Biolizard was the first prototype for the ultimate life form, created by Gerald Robotnik, though it was encapsulated by G.U.N. for being too dangerous and flawed. However, as part of Gerald's revenge plot, he set Biolizard free, and Shadow had to take it down. The life support system he carries on his back is his weak point, but considering he's so big, it won't be an easy task reaching it. How Project Shadow went from a gargantuan lizard to a three-foot hedgehog is beyond us.
Series Related
  • Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure 2 (2001)
GUNCommander
G.U.N. Commander
G.U.N.'s current highest-ranking military official, the G.U.N. Commander (just roll with it) has had a pretty rough childhood. His family lived on the Space Colony ARK, where he befriended Maria Robotnik and got to witness the creation of Shadow the Hedgehog. When the government invaded the ARK, he blamed Shadow for the killing of his family and Maria. The G.U.N. Commander would hold a grudge against him for 50 years, and would go on to be... the G.U.N. commander... so he could one day enact his revenge.
Series Related
  • GCN: Shadow the Hedgehog (2005)
Jetfreeriders
Jet
Jet is the leader of a gang of thieves called the Babylon Rouges. He's had a few run-ins with Sonic before, notably in races using Extreme Gear, a sort of hoverboard-skateboard hybrid. He's a master at racing, but his cocky attitude can get the best of him and allow Sonic to pass ahead. Oh yeah, that REALLY gets his feathers in a bunch!
Series Related
  • GCN: Sonic Riders (2006)
  • Xbox 360: Sonic Free Riders (2010)
Iblis
Iblis
Iblis is one of two halves of Solaris, the other being Mephiles. He embodies the raw power of Solaris, and his creation following the Solaris Project leads to a future of ruin. Silver the Hedgehog aims to go back in time and save the future from its fate, and Mephiles leads him to Sonic, labeling him as the "Iblis Trigger". Later on, Mephiles and Iblis would become Solaris once more, leading to the climactic final battle with Super Sonic, Super Shadow, and Super Silver! Oh, and also the legendary scene where Princess Elise kisses Sonic. Who could ever forget that?
Series Related
  • Xbox 360: Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)
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Heavy King
The leader of the Hard-Boiled Heavies, Heavy King watches over his subjects with the eye of a hawk and a powerful scepter. He was once a normal EggRobo until the powers of the Phantom Ruby enhanced him. In Sonic Mania, Sonic and friends battled him in Lava Reef Zone after he made off with the Master Emerald. The attacks he uses are difficult to dodge, so keep on your toes!
Series Related
  • Switch: Sonic Mania (2017)
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Heavy Gunner
This loose cannon is one of the Hard-Boiled Heavies, a group of five (Quintet? Is that the word?) robots enhanced by the Phantom Ruby in Sonic Mania. Heavy Gunner is the first one Sonic and his friends battle, encountered in Studiopolis Zone. He rides around on a helicopter and fires rockets from his massive launcher. You'll need to dodge the red missiles, but you can hit the blue missiles to send them right back at him!
Series Related
  • Switch: Sonic Mania (2017)
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Heavy Shinobi
The quickest and most graceful of the Hard-Boiled Heavies, Heavy Shinobi is not one to be trifled with. Battled in Press Garden Zone, he constantly bounces around the arena, making it difficult for even Sonic to catch up with him. He can toss around throwing stars that explode after awhile. Don't think about getting close to him either, lest you want to be hit by his sword and become frozen in a block of ice!
Series Related
  • Switch: Sonic Mania (2017)
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Heavy Magician
The magic user of the Hard-Boiled Heavies, Heavy Magician was given her powers thanks to the Phanton Ruby. In Sonic Mania, she's battled in Mirage Saloon Zone, where she can shapeshift into some familiar faces to battle Sonic. She will keep assuming different forms throughout the battle, and use their copied skills against the blue hedgehog. With the way she plays with your mind, fighting her can seem more like a magic show than a boss battle.
Series Related
  • Switch: Sonic Mania (2017)
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Heavy Rider
With a mace in hand and her trust pet Moto Bug, Jimmy, Heavy Rider is probably the craziest of the Hard-Boiled Heavies. She'll try to attack her opponents by performing stunts. That may sound like a silly fighting style, but don't take her lightly when you encounter her in Lava Reef Zone! Interesting fact, when empowered by the Phantom Ruby, she ditches Jimmy for an actual motorcycle. I still think the whole stunt shtick is a bit silly though...
Series Related
  • Switch: Sonic Mania (2017)
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Joker
Joker is the main guy you play as in Persona 5. After being falsely accused of assault, he was transported to Tokyo, Japan to attend Shujin Academy. Here, he finds his ability to summon his Persona Arsene, as well as the Wild Card ability that lets him summon multiple Personas at once. This is utilized in Smash Bros., where using Rebel's Guard, he can charge up his Rebellion Gauge by absorbing damage from attacks to summon Arsene to make his attacks stronger.
Fighter
  • PS4: Persona 5 (2016)
  • 3DS: Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (2018)
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Joker (Alt.)
Eiha is Joker's side special. With a snap of his fingers, he can send a dark energy-powered projectile forward, exploding when it hits the ground. The attack may not deal too much damage at first, but it does deal gradual damage to opponents afterwards. When Arense is summoned, the attack is upgraded to Eigaon, which causes an explosion that hits multiple times and makes opponents take gradual damage for longer.
Fighter
  • PS4: Persona 5 (2016)
  • 3DS: Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (2018)
Arsene - Persona 5
Arsene
Personas are manifestations of one's inner thoughts. You could think of them like your shadow... except you can summon a Persona into battle to fight against enemies. A Persona and its user are one in the same, and Joker's Persona, Arsene, is no different. In Smash Bros., he can be summoned when the Rebellion Gauge is filled. Not only can he boost the attack power of Joker's normal moves, but he also changes his special moves to be a lot more powerful. Try to make good use of him before he disappears.
Fighter Related
  • PS4: Persona 5 (2016)
  • 3DS: Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (2018)
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Twin Wardens
The girl on the left is Caroline and the one to the right is Justine. Together, they serve as Igor's assistants in the Velvet Room. They have the ability to take Personas and either fuse them together convert them into powerful items. Convenient how Joker can use multiple Personas! Believe it or not, Caroline and Justine aren't just identical twins, they're actually the same being split into two incomplete bodies! This surfaces when it's discovered that Igor had really been... hey wait a minute! No spoilers!
Series Related
  • PS4: Persona 5 (2016)
  • 3DS: Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (2018)
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Rush
Even a robotic superhero like Mega Man needs some assistance from time to time. Rush can be summoned to help him navigate through some tough parts of a level, from allowing him to jump on a spring to letting him fly over large gaps. In Smash Bros., Mega Man and Roll can use their Rush Coil up special to summon Rush in battle. He'll stay there for a short time, allowing anyone, even opponents, to use his spring. He... still doesn't quite grasp the concept of only helping his summoner yet.
Fighter Related
  • NES: Mega Man 3 (1990)
  • NES: Mega Man 4 (1991)
MEGAMANX
X
The final creation of the late Dr. Light, and the star of the Mega Man X series. He's the first Reploid created, a robot with total free will and the ability to think for itself like a normal human. Knowing the potential danger of his power, X was sealed away until the world was ready for him. Dr. Cain finds X's containment capsule, and he inspired him to make a race of robots just like him. Nowadays, X is a Maverick Hunter, and takes down rogue Reploids and brings them to justice. He appears in Mega Man's Final Smash.
Fighter Related
  • SNES: Mega Man X (1993)
  • SNES: Mega Man X2 (1994)
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Mega Man Volnutt
The Mega Man Legends series takes place several years into the future, where the world is completely flooded, with only a few islands left and a lack of power source. Volnutt is a Digger, a person who dives down into the forgotten world to find possible energy sources and other artifacts. He was found as a baby by Barrel Caskett, and raised him as his own along with his granddaughter Roll on his ship, the Flutter. He appears to help Mega Man during his Final Smash.
Fighter Related
  • PS1: Mega Man Legends (1997)
  • PS1: Mega Man Legends 2 (2000)
Roll Caskett Spirit
Roll Caskett
Volnutt's best friend and adoptive sister. In fact, Roll was the one who decided to name him Volnutt after her favorite video game character. Roll Caskett can work just about any machine, and can build machines just as efficiently. She's Volnutt's Spotter, someone who stays on the surface and helps Diggers look through the ruins and sends them supplies. In Smash Bros., she appears to help Roll in her Final Smash.
Fighter Related
  • PS1: Mega Man Legends (1997)
  • PS1: Mega Man Legends 2 (2000)
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MegaMan.EXE
In the future, everyone carries around a small tablet called a Personal Terminal, or PET for short. Each PET has a unique personal assistant, called a NetNavi. MegaMan.EXE is Lan Hikari's NetNavi was programmed by his father, who also converted his late brother's mind into MegaMan.EXE. Together, he and Lan plug into the digital world to destroy viruses and stop terrorist attacks. He will appear when Mega Man uses his Final Smash.
Fighter Related
  • GBA: Mega Man Battle Network (2001)
  • GBA: Mega Man Battle Network 2 (2001)
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Roll.EXE
Whereas Lan Hikari has MegaMan.EXE for a NetNavi, his classmate and childhood friend Mayl Sakurai has Roll.EXE. Just like MegaMan.EXE, she works with Mayl in the virtual world to combat viruses. She's not that much of a fighter, but she has pretty useful healing and support abilities. It's been rumored she has a crush on MegaMan.EXE, though weather they're an item or not is never confirmed. Roll.EXE helps her classic Mega Man counterpart when she uses her Final Smash in Smash Bros.
Fighter Related
  • GBA: Mega Man Battle Network (2001)
  • GBA: Mega Man Battle Network 2 (2001)
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Wily Capsule
Once you defeat Dr. Wily, he'll try to beg for forgiveness, but those tears aren't genuine at all - he has one last trick up his sleeve! This Wily Capsule is a machine he's used back in Mega Man 4, though Mega Man veterans may remember him better from Mega Man 7. In Smash Bros., he'll fly and teleport around the stage when summoned. He'll mainly launch electric projectiles to attack, which move in weird patterns and can be difficult to dodge.
Assist Trophy
  • NES: Mega Man 4 (1991)
  • SNES: Mega Man 7 (1995)
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Mole
These drill enemies come from the Mega Man series. In Smash Run DX, they will rudely pop out of the ground or ceiling unexpectedly to drill into you. They're not that dangerous, but they come in groups of at least five, so try not to get overwhelmed. On the other hand, if you can defeat the whole group you'll get a ton of Stat Boosts. They're not that hard to take down, but don't touch their spinning drill.
Enemy
  • NES: Mega Man 2 (1988)
  • Wii: Mega Man 10 (2010)
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Pointan
Mouse cursor enemies that originate from Mega Man 10. In that game, they will drag across an area to create projectiles to send them at the Blue Bomber. They act more or less the same in Smash Run DX. While it takes a while for these projectiles to be created, they can deal heavy damage and knockback. Thankfully, the Pointans have little health, so take them out as fast as you can!
Enemy
  • Wii: Mega Man 10 (2010)
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Guts Tank
This giant tank built by Dr. Wily appeared as a boss in Mega Man 2. Designed after Guts Man, it was able to shoot lasers out of its eyes and call in Mets from its chest. This titan vehicle can appear in Smash Run DX during Boss Run games. It has really high health, but isn't really mobile. Steer clear of its treads, they can bury you if you're not careful!
Enemy
  • NES: Mega Man 2 (1988)
Bomb Man Spirit
Bomb Man
Bomb Man used to work with Guts Man as a demolition robot before Dr. Wily got his hands on both of them. Now reprogrammed to accomplish Wily's evil agenda, Mega Man must put a stop to him. It won't be easy though, the bombs he throws pack a punch! His weapon, Hyper Bomb, allows Mega Man to throw one of these bombs to blow up blockades or enemies. Mega Man can use this as one of his weapons in Smash Bros., where he can toss the bomb in a few arcs, where it explodes on impact.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man (1987)
Guts Man
Guts Man
A civil engineering robot designed for construction. He worked together with Bomb Man before Dr. Wily took them for his own evil deeds. Me nay be unarmed, but he has massive strength, enough to throw giant rocks for heavy damage. When defeated, Mega Man can use the Super Arm for him to throw giant rocks himself. You can't do that in Smash, but Mega Man and Roll can use it on opponents for their grab. It can even be used to pick up heavy items with ease.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man (1987)
Ice Man Spirit
Ice Man
Ice Man was a Robot Master created to perform human work under extremely cold temperatures before Dr. Wily took him and made him into a combat robot. Stationed in the icy tundra, he uses the Ice Slasher against Mega Man, which launches a projectile 200 degrees below zero. Roll can use this weapon as one of her neutral specials. It's not very strong, but it travels far and freezes opponents, leaving them vulnerable for your next attack.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man (1987)
Metal Man Spirit
Metal Man
A fast foe, Metal Man is pretty hard to hit. He'll try to throw saw blades at Mega Man, which travel fast and deal heavy damage. However, he won't attack you unless you attack him first. When defeated, Mega Man gets his signature weapon, the Metal Blade, which allows him to throw a saw blade in one of eight directions. In Smash Bros., this is one of his neutral special's many weapons. The blade he throws can hit multiple opponents, and can even be picked back up and used again.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man 2 (1988)
Airman
Air Man
Air Man has the ability to create tornadoes with his mouth... stomach... fan... thingy. At any rate, these tornadoes are fast and difficult to dodge, but if you can manage to beat him, Mega Man will get his Air Shooter weapon. It will fire three tornadoes in a rising arc, damaging any enemies caught in them. In Smash Bros., Mega Man and Roll's up aerial attacks use the Air Shooter, firing a tornado upward. It damages opponents multiple times and, like any tornado, creates wind that pushes them even further up.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man 2 (1988)
Heat Man
Heat Man
Heat Man doesn't look all that threatening with that silly oven-like design, but he shouldn't be underestimated. Made to withstand extreme heat temperatures such as fire and lava, his special weapon Atomic Fire has him create a pillar of flames on the ground. Roll can use this as one of her weapons. She can fire a fireball that travels in an arc, which can be charged to travel further. The pillar of flames it creates when it lands on the ground can really scorch opponents.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man 2 (1988)
Snake Man
Snake Man
Snake Man was one of the Robot Masters created jointly by Dr. Light and Dr. Wily after the latter seemingly reformed. He was designed to travel through narrow areas and explore planets marked for development and exploration. His weapon, the Search Snake, are twin snake-like missiles that travel along the ground and explode on their targets. Mega Man can use this weapon after beating him, and in Smash Bros., it's one of Roll's neutral special weapons. It travels pretty quickly, and even clings to walls and ceilings!
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man 3 (1990)
Hard Man
Hard Man
Hard Man was designed entirely from Ceratanium, a substance that makes him extremely heavy and durable, but also slow. Just like our heavyweight friends in Smash Bros., this weight can be used to his advantage. His Hard Knuckle weapon is a powerful flying fist that can deal heavy damage if it catches you, and after defeating him, Mega Man can use it himself to break blocks to open new passageways. Mega Man and Roll use the Hard Knuckle for all of their crash attacks, sending a projectile in the direction you shoot it in. The down crash attack can even meteor smash opponents!
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man 3 (1990)
Top Man
Top Man
Created after Dr. Wily redeemed himself, Top Man was a Robot Master designed to search other planets for energy elements to use for Gamma's creation until he mysteriously turns on his creators. His Top Spin weapon is unpredictable; you never know how much damage it does, how much energy it uses, or even if it will hit. It's a powerful tool if used in the right hands though. Mega Man and Roll use this weapon for their dash attack, damaging enemies as they slide forward while spinning.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man 3 (1990)
Spark Man
Spark Man
Spark Man's original purpose was to provide charge to anything that ran on electricity, basically serving as a sentient battery. He wasn't made with hands, so of course he would turn on his creators. Defeating him allows Mega Man to use the Shock Spark, an electric projectile. Mega Man and Roll use it in Smash Bros. for their up smash attack, though it's more similar to how Spark Man himself uses it: their hands convert into metal rods and they hold them above their head, causing a burst of electricity.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man 3 (1990)
Charge Man
Charge Man
Charge Man's design was based on a steam locomotive, allowing him to make shipments to areas occupied by Dr. Wily in secret. He looks like a train, and he hits like one too! His Charge Kick weapon allows him to rush forward at high speeds, destroying anything in his path. Defeating him allows Mega Man to combine this ability with his slid technique, giving him a quick melee option. The Charge Kick is Mega Man and Roll's side special, where if you hold the special button you can keep sliding and damage opponents. You can even change directions and cancel the attack into another move.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man 5 (1992)
Knight Man
Knight Man
A Robot Master created in England, made for combat to compete in the first Annual Robot Tournament. However, he and the other combatants become corrupted by the tournament's mysterious founder, Mr. X. His weapon of choice is the Knight Crusher, a ball and chain that can deal heavy damage. It hits hard, so you'll need to hit him harder. Mega Man and Roll's down smash uses the Knight Crusher, swinging it along the ground around their body to damage opponents nearby.
Series Related
  • NES: Mega Man 6 (1993)
Slash Man
Slash Man
This Robot Master was created to clear forests for the construction of Dr. Wily's secret bases. Found deep in the forest, Slash Man is a very quick and nimble fighter who uses Slash Claw, a close-range weapon that allows him to slash his claws in front of himself and slice and dice whatever is in his way. Mega Man and Roll can use Slash Claw for their back aerial attack. It can be difficult to land, but it's quick, hits multiple times, and is really good for securing a KO.
Series Related
  • SNES: Mega Man 7 (1995)
Sword Man
Sword Man
A Robot Master designed by Dr. Wily to make use of an ancient sword he stole from a museum. Not only was he able to carry the sword's massive weight, but he could make the upper and lower halves of his body act independently. He attacks with sword slashes, and defeating him allows Mega Man to use the Flame Sword, which is exactly what it sounds like. Flame Sword is used for Mega Man and Roll's forward aerial in Smash Bros.; it's quick and deals decent damage.
Series Related
  • PS1: Mega Man 8 (1996)
Splashwoman
Splash Woman
You have to wonder why it took so long for female Robot Masters to start being made. At any rate, as you could probably guess from her design, Splash Woman is an expert swimmer, and was made to rescue drowning divers or sinking ships before Dr. Wily corrupted her. Her weapon is the Laser Trident, which fires a single projectile that can tear through enemy shields. In Smash Bros., it's one of Roll's weapons. The laser travels slow, but damages opponents multiple times.
Series Related
  • Wii: Mega Man 9 (2008)
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PAC-MAN
This familiar yellow face made his claim to fame in the 1980 arcade game PAC-MAN, which is listed by Guinness World Records as the world's most successful coin-operated game. He used to live a life of eating ghosts and chomping dots in his prime, but nowadays lives a calm life and even raised a family. In Smash Bros., PAC-MAN has a ton of setups he can use with his specials to control the flow of battle. His Namco Roulette neutral special makes tons of references to Namco's whole library: test it out and see what which item does!
Fighter
  • Arcade: PAC-MAN (1980)
  • PS1: PAC-MAN WORLD (1999)
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Ghosts
Everyone knows the names of these baddies. Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde have been chasing PAC-MAN around mazes for almost 40 years now. The red Blinky will try to chase him head on, the pink... er... Pinky will try to ambush him, the blue Inky will try out different strategies, and the orange Clyde just wanders around and hopes he gets lucky. When summoned, the Ghosts will move around the stage and act towards opponents just as they did in the arcade classic. They'll gradually get faster the longer they are on-screen, making them harder to dodge.
Assist Trophy
  • Arcade: PAC-MAN (1980)
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TURN-TO-BLUE
On the four corners of the PAC-MAZE are Power Pellets that are slightly larger than the regular kind. PAC-MAN can eat them, which will cause the ghosts to turn blue and run away. In this state, PAC-MAN can eat them for extra points, but it's not like they're gone forever: they'll just go back to the center and get ready to chase you down again! If you see a Power Pellet on the PAC-MAZE stage, you can grab it and you'll be invincible against the normally hostile ghosts. In addition, you'll get a 1.7x power bonus!
Stage
  • Arcade: PAC-MAN (1980)
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Banjo & Kazooie
Banjo is a laid back, peaceful bear, while Kazooie is a brash, rude bird. A rather strange pairing for sure, but they're inseparable friends. In their first game, they had to rescue Banjo's little sister Tooty from the witch Gruntilda. She came back two years later out for revenge, and destroyed their home. They learn many techniques throughout their adventures, many of which they use in Smash Bros. Many of them have Banjo swing Kazooie around as a weapon, but she doesn't mind at all. No, really!
Fighter
  • N64: Banjo-Kazooie (1998)
  • N64: Banjo-Tooie (2000)
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Banjo & Kazooie (Alt.)
The duo's forward smash, Breegull Bash, has Banjo pull out Kazooie and slam her on the ground. It deals heavy damage and has a bit of range to it, but you'll be vulnerable for a bit if you miss. Rear Egg, their down special, has Kazooie plop out a grenade that bounces along the ground. You can grab the grenade before it explodes and hit opponents with it to damage them. It'll explode after about three seconds, so you better act quickly!
Fighter
  • N64: Banjo-Kazooie (1998)
  • N64: Banjo-Tooie (2000)
Gruntilda Spirit
Gruntilda
This is Gruntilda, as you can plainly see, the sworn enemy of Banjo and Kazooie! Jealous of her good looks, she kidnapped Tooty, using her as a test subject for her machine to steal beauty! She only speaks in rhyme, but that doesn't stop her from taunting the bear and bird all the time. She drops the rhyming scheme in Banjo-Tooie, but not even being more menacing would stop her from going ka-BLOOIE! When you're on Spiral Mountain, stay on your toes, because Gruntila makes a cameo in Smash Bros.! She doesn't do anything that harmful, but her presence is far from heartful.
Stage
  • N64: Banjo-Kazooie (1998)
  • N64: Banjo-Tooie (2000)
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Mumbo Jumbo
A close friend of Banjo and Kazooie, and one of the most powerful shamans in the world. Throughout their adventures, Mumbo can turn Banjo and Kazooie into a number of things, from a submarine, to a pumpkin, to even a washing machine! A shaman doesn't work for free though, so you'll need to collect enough Mumbo Tokens if you want his services. You can also control him in Banjo-Tooie, where he uses his staff and magic to open up new areas. You can find him on the Spiral Mountain stage in Smash Bros.
Stage
  • N64: Banjo-Kazooie (1998)
  • N64: Banjo-Tooie (2000)
Bottles Spirit
Bottles
This helpful mole is a good friend of Banjo and Kazooie, as well as Banjo's sister Tooty. He's pretty intelligent, and gives the duo tutorials on how to use new techniques throughout their adventure. Sadly, he's killed at the beginning of Banjo-Tooie after being blasted by one of Gruntilda's spells, but thankfully, his brother Sargent Jamjars takes up the tutorial mantel. You can find him on the Spiral Mountain stage in Smash Bros.
Stage
  • N64: Banjo-Kazooie (1998)
  • N64: Banjo-Tooie (2000)
Jinjos Spirit
Jinjos
These mystic creatures hail from Jinjo Village, led by King Jingaling. Gruntilda kidnapped them and scattered them across the many worlds Banjo and Kazooie explore. They're five in each level, and they come in different colors. Finding all of them in a level will give the adventurous duo a Jiggy for their troubles. In Banjo-Tooie, an evil variant called the Minjo is introduced, which will attack Banjo and Kazooie instead. In Smash Bros., you can see a group of Jinjos flying around in the Spiral Mountain stage.
Stage
  • N64: Banjo-Kazooie (1998)
  • N64: Banjo-Tooie (2000)
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Jiggy
These golden puzzle pieces are the main collectible throughout the Banjo-Kazooie series. Each of the levels are locked behind unfinished portraits, so collecting enough will allow you to complete the picture and open up the next area. You can find Jiggies in a number of ways, from helping people, to finding all the Jinjos in a level, to even finding them out in the open. Kazooie keeps all of the duo's Jiggy's in Banjo's backpack. You have to wonder how that little carrier can fit Kazooie AND all those Jiggies...
Series Related
  • N64: Banjo-Kazooie (1998)
  • N64: Banjo-Tooie (2000)
Clanker
Clanker
This poor soul is found in Clanker's Cavern in Banjo-Kazooie. Gruntilda used him as her garbage disposal, which would explain him being worse for wear to put it lightly. Banjo and Kazooie can free him, and as gratitude he lets the duo explore the insides of his body to find any helpful items Gruntilda may have thrown away. Later, he appears in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts in Banjoland, where he's been split into different parts that need to be reassembled.
Series Related
  • N64: Banjo-Kazooie (1998)
  • Xbox 360: Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts (2008)
Pumpkin Banjo
Pumpkin Banjo
Banjo is a bear of many shapes, sizes, and forms, and with the help of Mumbo Jumbo, our laid back hero can use special transformations. Pumpkin Banjo may not look all that threatening... and he isn't. He isn't able to attack enemies, but he can roll around, and his small size allows him to fit into small crevices to reach new areas. Plus, he also makes a good porch ornament.
Series Related
  • N64: Banjo-Kazooie (1998)
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Terry
Terry Bogard is the main character of the Fatal Fury series, and also appears in the King of Fighters series. He witnessed his father's death at the hands of Geese Howard, and with his brother, spent the next decade honing his fighting skills to enter the King of Fighters tournament and avenge his death. He's very easygoing, and is friends with almost everyone. In Smash Bros., he will always face his opponent, and has two different side specials depending on if you hold the control stick forward or backward.
Fighter
  • Neo Geo: Fatal Fury: King of Fighters (1991)
  • Neo Geo: Fatal Fury Special (1993)
Andy Bogard Spirit
Andy Bogard
Andy is Terry's younger adoptive brother. While Terry stayed with Jeff Bogard and trained with him, Andy joined the Shiranui clan, mastering the Shirauni-ryuu Ninjutsu fighting style. During this time, he would develop a crush on Mai Shirauni, but he keeps it a secret. He's less friendly and outgoing than Terry, but he's no less of a fighter! He can appear in the background of the King of Fighters Stadium stage.
Stage
  • Neo Geo: Fatal Fury: King of Fighters (1991)
  • Neo Geo: Fatal Fury Special (1993)
Joe Higashi Spirit
Joe Higashi
One of the three main characters from the original Fatal Fury game, Joe Higashi is more of a comic relief character than anything. Though born in Japan, he spent a lot of his life in Thailand studying Muay Thai. The headband he wears was given to his grandmother, helping him remain close to home. He doesn't take fighting as seriously as the Bogards, but he still enjoys the spirit of a good battle. Why do you think he bothers to show up at the King of Fighters Stadium stage in Smash Bros.?
Stage
  • Neo Geo: Fatal Fury: King of Fighters (1991)
  • Neo Geo: Fatal Fury Special (1993)
Geese Howard Spirit
Geese Howard
A criminal mastermind who created the King of Fighters tournament. He plays himself as an honest businessman, and controls all of South Town. He's the big bad of the Fatal Fury series, having killed Jeff Bogard in front of his son. Little did he know what a mistake that would be, as Terry trained for more than a decade to get back at him in the tournament. You can sometimes see him in the background of the King of Fighters Stadium stage.
Stage
  • Neo Geo: Fatal Fury: King of Fighters (1991)
  • Neo Geo: Fatal Fury Special (1993)
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Wall-Nut
This nut is tough to crack. Really! Place this little guy on the front lines and he'll keep enemy Zombies at bay for quite awhile. Of course, they'll eventually take it down, but if you're extra cautious you can plant more Wall-Nuts. Don't worry about hurting these guys either, their lack of senses makes Zombie teeth feel like a relaxing back rub! The smartest way to use them is to either keep super-strong enemies occupied or give extra time to offensive plants to take them down.
Series Related
  • PC: Plants vs. Zombies (2009)
  • PC: Plants vs. Zombies 2 (2013)
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Potato Mine
A well-placed Potato Mine can be extremely fatal to a hoard of Zombies, but it needs some time to grow after being planted. Call it being lazy and him putting everything to the last minute as many times as you want, but he thinks the giant explosion is a worthy time investment. When the Potato Mine is fully grown, it'll rise out of the ground and raise a red antennae up. After this, any Zombie that steps on it is gonna get blown away!
Series Related
  • PC: Plants vs. Zombies (2009)
  • PC: Plants vs. Zombies 2 (2013)
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Boomerang Monkey
Boomerang Monkey
Boomerang Monkeys are one of the cheapest towers you can purchase. As you can imagine, they throw boomerangs which travel in a roundabout path, popping any Bloons in their way. They don't have a fast fire rate, but they make up for it in popping power. You can upgrade it to give it a bionic arm to fire faster, throw special boomerangs that stop M.O.A.B.-class Bloons in their tracks, or throw glaives that shred through Bloons. In Smash Bros., Dart Monkey transforms into one for its forward smash, throwing a boomerang that hits opponents and comes right back. You can upgrade the attack to be even stronger too!
Fighter Related
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 2 (2008)
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 6 (2018)
Sniper Monkey
Sniper Monkey
Sniper Monkeys are special towers that have infinite range, and can pop Bloons from anywhere on the map. Their sniper rifles give them pinpoint precision, at the cost of low power and fire rate. This can, however, be upgraded to address these faults, from higher popping power, to rapidfire shots, to even allowing you to call in a plane that drops more cash for you to use! Engineer Monkey transforms into one of these towers for its up smash attack, aiming upward and firing a bullet. It really only hits if your target is right on top of you, but it has infinite vertical range!
Fighter Related
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 5 (2011)
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 6 (2018)
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Tack Shooter
Its small range may not look like this tower does much, but the Tack Shooter can actually shoot out volleys of eight tacks in all directions. It's best you place these in corners or turns in order for the tacks to cover more area. You can even upgrade the Tack Shooter to shoot sharpened blades or waves of fire! In Smash Bros., you can deploy a Tack Shooter on the ground or in the air and it'll periodically fire harmful tacks, damaging any opponents close enough to it.
Item
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense (2007)
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 6 (2018)
Banana Farm
Banana Farm
Running around and collecting bananas? What is this, Donkey Kong Country? Why waste all that effort finding bananas when you can grow them yourself! Plant a Banana Farm and it will gradually release bananas, which convert into cash. It's not all that helpful on the offense, but play your cards right and you can turn a HUGE profit! Upgrades for this tower include a factory that produces crates of bananas that pay huge, a marketplace that automatically collects bananas so you can focus on other things, and a bank that you can take a loan from, but you'll have to pay back.
Series Related
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 4 (2009)
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 6 (2018)
Portable Lake
Portable Lake
Out of places to place those useful water-based towers? There not any water in sight? Have no fear, for the Portable Lake is here! Just place it anywhere you want, and those Monkey Buccaneers and Monkey Subs will stay afloat! You can have multiple Portable Lakes if you choose! But that's not all - buy enough of them and you'll receive the special Portable Lake Pro, which has a sea monster inside that smacks nearby Bloons and pops them! All for the low, low price of $50 Monkey Money! Get your Portable Lake today!
Series Related
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 5 (2011)
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 6 (2018)
D.D.T.
D.D.T.
Meet the D.D.T., the Dark Dirigible Titan, one of the deadliest of the M.O.A.B.-class Bloons. It's one of the fastest Bloons you'll ever encounter, and on top of that, it's camo so it can't be seen by most towers, it's metal so sharp objects can't pop it, and its black so explosives are ineffective too! You'll need to plan very carefully if you wanna have a chance to take this thing down. When popped, it releases four camo regrow Ceramic Bloons.
Series Related
  • PC: Bloons Monkey City (2014)
  • PC: Bloons Tower Defense 6 (2018)
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Lincoln
Living in a house with 10 sisters can make life really hectic, just take it from only son Lincoln Loud. He may occasionally find his sisters' antics annoying, especially when they get in the way of his activities, but he loves them all deeply, and takes great care to make sure the family stays together. As a fighter in Smash Bros., Lincoln uses a lot of everyday objects to fend off opponents. It takes quite a bit of ingenuity to take things like mustard and toothpaste and make them into viable weapons.
Fighter
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Lori
At 17-years-old, Lori is the oldest of the Loud siblings. She's everything you'd expect a big sister to be: caring, responsible, and above all, really bossy. She's often left in charge of things when the parents are out of the house, and with her in command, it's like being in the military. She only does it because she cares though. You can sometimes find her in The Loud House stage, laying on the couch and texting her boyfriend Bobby.
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Leni
Even though she's the second-oldest of the Loud siblings, Leni isn't really the sharpest knife in the drawer. She's got quite the creative mind, and takes fashion very seriously, but beyond that she's not that smart and can be easily distracted. However, what she lacks in brains she makes up for in heart; she's the sweetest Loud around, and is always looking out for her siblings. On The Loud House, you can sometimes see her posing in front of a mirror, trying out different outfits.
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Luna
Luna is a rockstar wannabe, and has a deep passion for music. Not a day flies by without her practicing her sick tunes on her guitar or drum set. Even though she's rowdy and unpredictable, she's still always looking out for her family. Luna also has a girlfriend named Sam, and the two go together like rock and roll. If you see her on The Loud House stage, she'll always be practicing her guitar solo. Don't worry about interrupting her, you can't damage her anyway!
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Luan
If Luan is around, try to watch your step so you don't fall into one of her booby traps. She aspires to be a comedian, and will try to crack jokes whenever possible, though her material needs some work. Her favorite day of the year is April Fools, where she can get a little carried away with her pranking. You won't need to worry about getting a pie to the face if you're on The Loud House stage thankfully; if you see her, she's just practicing improv with her puppet.
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Lynn
Lynn has participated in just about every sport imaginable. From baseball to hockey to football to track, she's pretty serious about winning, and falls to pieces when she loses. With lion-hearted spirit and an explosive personality, she keeps her family moving whenever she can... weather they can catch up to her or not. You can sometimes see her in the backyard while playing on The Loud House, doing various exercises to help keep her body in shape.
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Lucy
Of all the Loud siblings, Lucy is definitely the most mysterious. She has a knack for writing poetry, and sometimes just... appears behind her siblings and gives them a scare. Lucy also specializes in dark powers, even those that can potentially harm others. Even so, Lucy is still pretty nice when you get to know her, and her gothic nature is just a cover-up for her own insecurities. She can be found meditating upstairs if you play on The Loud House stage.
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Lana
The word "tomboy" describes Lana perfectly. She's the family's resident handywoman, and isn't afraid to get down and dirty with her work. Not only that, she also keeps a bunch of pets she found in the backyard in her room - she even has a snake named El Diablo! While big and tough on the surface, she's actually a big softy, and loves her twin Lola more than anything in the world. She can sometimes be seen in the tree when playing on The Loud House stage, playing with her pet reptiles.
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Lola
If that pink dress and tiara couldn't tell you she's a pageant prodigy, her stuck-up attitude certainly will! She shares a room with her twin Lana, and can often get annoyed with her dirty habits. Despite this, the two get along really well, and are even Bluebell Scouts together! When playing on The Loud House stage, you can sometimes find Lola upstairs, having a tea party with her stuffed animals.
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Lisa
Lisa may only be four-years-old, but she could probably find the cure to cancer if she put her mind to it. She usually bores her siblings with long lectures and facts, and conducts wicked experiments in her room. Interestingly, because of these experiments, she has no hair nor teeth, and needs to wear a wig and dentures to cover them up. Even though she's probably too smart for her own good, she's still a child at heart. You'll often see her in The Loud House stage, testing various concoctions on teddy bears to see the results.
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Lily
Even as a baby, Lily still tries to be part of the crowd. She's got a good relationship with most of her siblings, though they can get annoyed when she takes off her diapers. She's not called a professional diaper ditcher for nothing! Living with a lot of siblings has really expanded her mind, so she can get involved in her family's activities without much issue. You can often find this cutie patootie on The Loud House stage, playing with building blocks in the living room.
Stage
  • The Loud House (2016)
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Twilight Sparkle
Twilight Sparkle was enrolled into Celestia's School for Gifted Unicorns at a young age, and since then she's been all about studying magic and expanding her knowledge. After displaying powerful magic even Celestia had yet to witness, she became the princess' personal student. Fast forward a few years, and she's now living in Ponyville to study the magic of friendship. She makes a couple new friends here, and together they go on many adventures, including saving Equestria on more than one occasion. Fast forward even later, and she's now the Princess of Friendship and will take over for Celestia and Luna when they retire. She's living the good life!
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Twilight Sparkle (Alt.)
Magic Barrier is Twilight's neutral special, and it creates a purple force field around herself. It essentially acts like a mobile shield, as it blocks opponents' attacks and even reflects projectiles! Like your shield though, the Magic Barrier can break and leave you stunned, so you have to be smart with it. You can put away the Magic Barrier anytime by using the move again. Small tip, you can stack Magic Barrier with your regular shield, allowing you to take a heavy hit that you probably couldn't block otherwise.
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Rainbow Dash
Rainbow Dash is the fastest flier in Equestria, and she KNOWS it! She was able to perform the Sonic Rainboom at a young age, which is the fastest any pegasus has ever flown. Nowadays, she works on the Ponyville weather team and with the Wonderbolts, an advanced flight team. She's brash and cocky, but always means well and is pretty nice around her friends. In Smash Bros., Rainbow is almost (ALMOST) as fast as Sonic, and she can move around pretty quickly. Pair that with her multiple jumps and she's quite agile!
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Rainbow Dash (Alt.)
Weather Control is Rainbow Dash's down special, where she creates a cloud that's suspended in midair. It can strike lightning on opponents, rain ti\o make the ground slippery, or snow to freeze any foes below. In addition, Rainbow can move the cloud and even stand on it like a platform! Rainbow Wings has her flap her wings quickly, creating windboxes that push opponents and projectiles away. It also gives her a boost if used in midair, as if her recovery needed anymore help.
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Pinkie Pie
Ponyville's party planner and party animal extraordinaire, Pinkie Pie! She lives to see everypony around her laugh, and will do whatever it takes to make them smile, be it cracking jokes, baking treats, or throwing a surprise party. She tends to... not follow the laws of physics or logic, but when you're friends with her, you learn to get used to it. But this is Smash Bros., so don't let her silliness catch you off guard! Some of those attacks are just as painful as they are funny.
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Pinkie Pie (Alt.)
Pinkie Pie's up smash attack makes use of her trusty Party Cannon, which launches a confetti blast upwards. It can only hit opponents directly on top of her, but it's one of her strongest attacks! Her side special also uses the Party Cannon... which is why it's called Party Cannon. She gets inside and launches herself headfirst into opponents, launching whoever she hits. She travels far and you can charge the move to go even further. You're even able to aim to pull off some trickshots!
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Applejack
Applejack is a member of the hardworking Apple Family, one of the first ponies to settle in Ponyville. She and the rest of her family buck apples for a living, done by kicking a tree and making the apples fall into baskets below. She's quite agile from all that work, which often puts her at ends with Rainbow Dash. She's usually the voice of reason among her circle of friends, and is good at thinking up a solution to the problem at hand. Weather you're looking for a capable leader or a reliable pal, Applejack's your pony!
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
Applejack Charged Alt 1
Applejack (Alt.)
Applejack is the heaviest of her friends, and hits the hardest. Opponents who fall victim to her down special move, Pony Pound, will tell you firsthand. She stomps on the ground with her hooves, creating a shockwave that damages nearby opponents, and even buries them if they're close enough! Buried opponents are the perfect target for a fully-charged forward smash, a double-hoof kick that you DON'T want to be on the wrong side of. All those years of hitting trees really hardened her hooves, and it's one of the strongest forward smashes in the game!
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
Rarity-0
Rarity
The grand tale of Rarity's life started in Ponyville, where she was making costumes for a school play. She just couldn't get them the way she wanted, but after discovering her talent in finding gems, she was able to give them that extra bit of sparkle they needed. Nowadays, she runs her own fashion store, the Carousel Boutique, and is always on top of what's trending. In Smash Bros., she hardly has any physical attacks. Instead, she'll use her magic to throw around gems and clothing supplies, giving her some good range!
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
Rarity Charged Alt 10
Rarity (Alt.)
Spotlight, Rarity's down special, sees her strike a pose as the spotlight catches her in all her glory. It doesn't seem to have an effect on opponents at first, but anyone else trying to steal the show will get gradually damaged. It's good for dealing with opponents above you, and in free-for-alls it might just steal someone else's hard-earned KO! Her down tilt attack drops a high heel on opponents, meteor smashing them. What's cool about this attack is that you can use it by the ledge for it to fly downward, crashing into any pour souls trying their best to recover!
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Fluttershy
That name doesn't lie, Fluttershy is definitely the shyest of her circle of friends. She lives in a cottage on the edge of the Everfree Forest, where she lives as a caretaker for animals of all kinds. Fitting for the pony who has the uncanny ability to talk to them. She's a pegasus, but not a very strong flier. She prefers to stick to the ground where it's safer. In Smash Bros., Fluttershy has quick attacks that can combo opponents over and over, and has the setups she needs to keep the pressure up!
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
Fluttershy Charged Alt 2
Fluttershy (Alt.)
Flutterhsy's neutral special is Stare, where she glares at her opponent. It's unknown what the actual effects of this stare are, but one thing we for sure know is that it paralyzes opponents and leaves them vulnerable for your next attack. You can move around and jump while using the Stare as well, but your opponent has to be facing you for it to work. Flutter Hop is her up special, where she takes a big leap upward and comes falling down with her hooves. Anyone unfortunate enough to be under her when she lands will suffer a meteor smash. As a bonus, you jump even higher!
Fighter
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Spike
Dragons are normally cruel and ruthless, but this little guy is just as sweet as the ponies around him. Hatched by Twilight Sparkle in order to show off her magic abilities to Princess Celestia, Spike became fast friends with her and was appointed to her personal assistant. Later in the series, Spike even grows wings, allowing him to fly around. In Smash Bros., Twilight summons Spike for her forward smash, breathing a huge blast of fire to scorch opponents, damaging them heavily.
Fighter Related
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
GummyMLP
Gummy
Alligators aren't exactly known for being good house pets, but Pinkie Pie's precious little Gummy has all the makings of a man's- erm, PONY'S best friend. Granted, that's probably because he doesn't have any teeth and can't bite. That's how he got his name, by the way. In Smash Bros., Pinkie Pie can pull Gummy from... wherever she keeps him, and launch out his tongue to grab an opponent. Hmm... maybe he's more chameleon than he is alligator...
Fighter Related
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
AngelMLP
Angel Bunny
Of all the animals Fluttershy watches at her cottage, Angel Bunny is her top priority. You'd think he'd be the sweetest, most innocent creature on the planet, but that couldn't be further from the truth. I mean, he means well, but is pretty abrasive and demanding, especially towards Fluttershy. Don't worry though, in Smash Bros. he makes up for all of his rude behavior in Smash Bros., where Fluttershy can place him on the ground. He'll grab nearby opponents and throw them in her direction, which can set up for combos if you're prepared. Also, if you're impatient, you can just pick up and throw Angel; since he grabs the opponent, shields don't work against him.
Fighter Related
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
OpalMLP
Opal
Rarity's beloved pet persian cat. Living under the same roof as a fashion designer has given this feline a sense of fashion as well; she'll snuggle warmy with the dresses she likes, which is usually all the ones Rarity makes. She's not very nice though, and won't hesitate to swipe at anyone who's invading her personal space. This is no more apparent than in Smash Bros., where she will walk around the stage and sometimes sleep. She won't attack you if you pick her up, but she will repeatedly claw at the opponent you hit after you throw her. Make sure you have perfect aim though, miss and she'll be after you instead!
Item
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
CutieMarkCrusaders
Cutie Mark Crusaders
Helpful and hardworking Apple Bloom. Brash and rambunctious Scootaloo. Sweet and innocent Sweetie Belle. Give it up for the famous Cutie Mark Crusaders! These three fillies formed this group originally to find their cutie marks, but once they found their talents in helping other foals find their talents, they switched gears and opened business in Ponyville. If you summon them in Smash Bros. with an Assist Trophy, they'll do their own attacks, all three of them making the battle rather chaotic.
Assist Trophy
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
Big Mac
Big McIntosh
His looks may be intimidating, but Big McIntosh is something of a gentle giant. He's a member of the Apple family and Applejack's big bro, working with her on the farm bucking apples. He's not one to talk much, usually just saying his typical "Eeyup" or "Eenope", but in spite of that he's found love in the form of Sugar Belle. They even got married! In Smash Bros., you can find him on the Ponyville stage when the scene transitions to Sweet Apple Acres.
Stage
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
Tirek
Tirek
Here we have Lord Tirek, a giant centaur who was banished to the depths of Tartarus centuries ago. He comes back for revenge and seeks to rule over Equestria, stealing the cutie marks and magic of anypony who dares cross him. After being banished again thanks to Twilight and friends, he and fellow villains Chrysalis and Cozy Glow form an alliance to make a final stand. Ultimately, they were defeated, and turned into statues as punishment. This statue can sometimes be seen on full display on the Ponyville stage.
Stage
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
DC Luna Alt
Queen Chrysalis
Changelings are a race of shapeshifting creatures, and Queen Chrysalis used to be their ruler. She invaded the Crystal Empire in order to hypnotize Princess Cadence and her fiancé Shining Armor, then eventually take over the world. Shining Armor just so happened to be Twilight Sparkle's brother, and naturally she put a stop to it. At the end of the series, she forms an alliance with Tirek and Cozy Glow and sets out for revenge, but they were turned into statues in the end. In Smash Bros., you can see these fallen villains on the Ponyville stage.
Stage
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
Cozy Glow
Cozy Glow
We wouldn't blame you if at first glance you thought Cozy Glow was just another cute, innocent filly. In actuality, she is one of the deadliest villains in Equestria history. A former student of Twilight Sparkle's School of Friendship, she tried to destroy all magic, and was banished to Tartarus after being defeated. Later on, she would go on to join forces with Tirek and Queen Chrysalis to take over Equestria and get revenge on anypony who wronged them. As you can imagine, this didn't go so well, and Cozy Glow and the rest of her gang was turned into a statue. If you look closely at her statue with the camera feature in Smash Bros., it doesn't seem like she's very happy with the idea.
Stage
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
PrincessCelestia
Princess Celestia
Celestia is the ruler of all of Equestria, and is in charge of rising the sun; if you couldn't tell, that's what her cutie mark is for. She also acts as the mentor of Twilight Sparkle in her studies in the magic of friendship, giving her helpful bits of advice along the way. Despite being royalty, she insists everypony lay off with the formalities, and can lighten up the mood with jokes if she wants. It takes a certain character to be the most powerful pony in Equestria, but if anypony is the one for the job, it's Celestia!
Series Related
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Princess Luna
Where Celestia controls the sun, her younger sister Luna controls the moon. The two used to rule Equestria together, but after getting jealous that everypony cherished the day and slept through the night, she sought power and became Nightmare Moon. Luna has had a long, bumpy ride since then, from being banished to the moon for 1000 years, to coming back for revenge, to being reformed and reunited with her sister with the magic of friendship. Nowadays, she helps everypony in the dream realm, taking care of their nightmares.
Series Related
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010)
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Boss Galaga
Boss Galaga
In Galaga, your goal was to use your spaceship to shoot down a bunch of space bugs. Boss Galaga was the strongest one; it didn't attack you directly, but it could use its tractor beam to make a clone of you! If you managed to defeat it though, the clone would join you instead. In Smash Bros., when thrown, Boss Galaga will float around the stage for a bit before trying to rake in opponents with its tractor beam, dragging the poor soul caught in it upward through the stage. Like in the original game, you can attack it to defeat it.
Item
  • Arcade: Galaga (1981)
SpecialFlag
Special Flag
These flags have appeared in numerous Namco games, starting with Rally-X. They've gone on to become the symbol of the company, and finding one is usually a good sign of things to come. In Smash Bros., if you hold a Special Flag up for long enough, you'll get an extra stock in stock battles, an extra point in time battles, or fully replenish your health in stamina battles. You can't get hit while holding it though, otherwise you'll drop it for someone else to collect. An item this powerful can't just be given to you for free, y'know.
Item
  • Arcade: Rally-X (1980)
Bacura
Bacura
These white squares first appeared in the 1983 arcade shooter Xevious. In that game, you piloted a ship, and they needed to be dodged before they could hit you. They even started appearing in other games as easter eggs, even Smash Bros. That's right, they've found their way into Smash Run DX! They'll drop from above and damage you on hit, stunning you. There's no way to damage them, so all you can do is move out of the way!
Enemy
  • Arcade: Xevious (1983)
I-Tetromino
I-Tetromino
These familiar forms are some of the most recognizable shapes in gaming history. While they're most known for their breakthrough game Tetris, Tetrominoes have existed as a geometric concept long before the gaming scene made them commonplace; a Tetromino can be described as any arrangement of four squares connected orthogonally. This one, the I-Tetromino, is the most important one in Tetris. Once correctly-placed I-Tetromino can clear four rows in one move! Mess it up though, and you're in some serious trouble...
Stage
  • Electronika 60: Tetris (1984)
L-Tetromino & J-Tetromino
L-Tetromino & J-Tetromino
These two Tetromino types can be seen as a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none. They're not as versatile as the T's and nowhere near the godsend the I's are (when they show up), and yet, there is usually never a time where you won't be able to use them for something. That little square at the bottom can cover up any awkward alcoves, and if you set them on their side, they can cover a whole three squares laterally. Two of these also fit perfectly together.
Stage
  • Electronika 60: Tetris (1984)
S-Tetromino & Z-Tetromino
S-Tetromino & Z-Tetromino
Well well well, what do we have here? No one's favorite Tetrominoes, that's what! This pair of Tetrominoes have a weird, irregular shape that can make it hard to find a good place for. Sure, SOMETIMES they can be useful and cover up gaps, but they don't do anything the T's do better! And heaven forbid you need to place one at the start of the game, then you leave a gap that needs to be filled.
Stage
  • Electronika 60: Tetris (1984)
T-Tetromino
T-Tetromino
This Tetromino is in the shape of a T, hence the name. It's always good to see one of these, because the T-Tetromino is the most versatile block in your arsenal. Got a gap from one of those headache-inducing S's or Z's? Stick this thing right next to them! Have a three-block-wide gap that needs to be filled? Lay it on its flat side and it'll cover it right up! Any one-block-deep gaps? A two-block-deep gap with one block on either side? These guys seem to find a home anywhere!
Stage
  • Electronika 60: Tetris (1984)
O-Tetromino
O-Tetromino
Being that its blocks are arranged in the shape of a square, you can't rotate an O-Tetromino to change its shape - what you see is what you get! Its sturdy build and regular shape can be both a good thing and a bad thing; it will rarely ever leave gaps when you place one, but it's not too good at filling them either. They can't cover any gaps that aren't two blocks wide, and their two-block height may give you second thoughts if you plan on using it to cover a gap. It can be difficult to figure out where to place this thing if your playing field is really erratic.
Stage
  • Electronika 60: Tetris (1984)
Little Big Mac
Little Mac (Captain Rainbow)
Hey, it's Little Mac... except he looks a little different, doesn't he? This version of Little Mac, who isn't so little anymore, appears in Captain Rainbow, where he went to Mimin Island to train and become the boxing champion again. Unfortunately, he got kind of sidetracked and fell in love with the tropical fruit, making him a little... err... Oh but don't worry, it's not hopeless! You can train Little Mac to trim off all that fat and restore him to his former glory!
Other
  • Wii: Captain Rainbow (2008)
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Turbo Charge Donkey Kong
In Skylanders, you can buy figurines for the game to scan, and they become playable characters right on your screen! The Nintendo versions of SuperChargers saw Donkey Kong as one of these characters, taking the name Turbo Charge Donkey Kong. It's not really known how he got roped into the battle against Kaos, but he's certainly happy to lend a helping hand! He uses barrels and girders to attack enemies, and when piloting his vehicle, the Barrel Blaster, Diddy even joins for the ride!
Other
  • Wii U: Skylanders: SuperChargers (2015)
  • Wii U: Skylanders: Imaginators (2016)
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Hammer Slam Bowser
Bowser joined the resistance of Kaos' forces in Skyland too! In Skylanders: SuperChargers, he takes the role of Hammer Slam Bowser, donning some cool spiked armor. That hammer is as dangerous as it looks! That's not all he's armed with though, as he can call upon Koopas, Paratroopas, and Dry Bones to attack, and fire Bullet Bills from his personal vehicle, the Clown Cruiser. Fun fact, one of Bowser's abilities is the Bowser Bomb, taken directly from the Smash Bros. series!
Other
  • Wii U: Skylanders: SuperChargers (2015)
  • Wii U: Skylanders: Imaginators (2016)

Spirits

Below is a list of Spirits by franchise. Click on an icon to be taken to that franchise's Spirits.

SSB Super Smash Bros. Series SSB Mario Series SSB Donkey Kong Series SSB Yoshi Series SSB Wario Series SSB Mario RPG Series SSB The Legend of Zelda Series SSB Metroid Series
SSB Kirby Series SSB Star Fox Series SSB Pokémon Series SSB F-Zero Series SSB Ice Climber Series SSB Animal Crossing Series SSB Punch-Out Series SSB Duck Hunt Series
SSB Metal Gear Series SSB Castlevania Series SSB Sonic Series SSB Persona 5 Series SSB Mega Man Series SSB Pac-Man Series SSB Banjo-Kazooie Series SSB Fatal Fury Series
SSB Plants vs. Zombies Series SSB Bloons Tower Defense Series SSB The Loud House Series SSB My Little Pony Series SSB Special Symbol
SSB Super Smash Bros. SeriesSuper Smash Bros.SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
DiscordGigaBowser
Giga Bowser
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Bowser, Ganondorf, and Mewtwo have three stocks.
  • Bowser is giant.
  • Bowser will not move often.
Puppet Fighter
BowserNSMBUDXGanondorf SSBUltimateMewtwo SSBUltimate
Bowser, Ganondorf, Mewtwo
Spirit Ability
The user can sometimes grow giant for a short time.
Duon Spirit Render
Duon
★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Mario, Snake, and Sonic have two stocks.
  • Mario is giant.
Puppet Fighter
MarioPortraitSnake SSBUltimateSonic SSBUltimate
Mario, Snake, Sonic
Spirit Ability
The user's items deal 30% more damage
Gamyga SSBB
Gamyga
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Bowser Jr. is giant.
  • Bowser Jr. is immune to attacks that hit the Jr. Clown Car.
  • Bowser Jr. will use Clown Cannon often.
Puppet Fighter
BowserJr SSBUltimate
Bowser Jr.
Spirit Ability
The user takes 20% less knockback from normal attacks.
Master Giant
Master Giant
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Ganondorf is giant.
  • Ganondorf will not move often.
Puppet Fighter
Ganondorf SSBUltimate
Ganondorf
Spirit Ability
The user will be 30% bigger.
Master Beast
Master Beast
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Ridley is giant.
  • Ridley will use his dash attack often.
  • Ridley will use Skewer often.
Puppet Fighter
Ridley SSBUltimate
Ridley
Spirit Ability
The user's bite attacks will deal 50% more damage and knockback.
Master Edges
Master Edges
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • The Marths are small.
Puppet Fighter
Marth SSBUltimateMarth SSBUltimateMarth SSBUltimateMarth SSBUltimateMarth SSBUltimate
Marth (x5)
Spirit Ability
The user's battering items will deal 15% more damage and knockback.
MasterShadowMarioDiscord
Master Shadow
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Shadow has increased attack power.
  • Shadow has increased knockback resistance.
Puppet Fighter
Shadow Render
Shadow
Spirit Ability
The user's smash attacks can be charged 45% quicker.
Master Core Spirit
Master Core
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Gooey is metal.
  • Gooey has increased weight.
  • Gooey will not move often.
Puppet Fighter
Gooey star allies
Gooey
Spirit Ability
The user has 30% more launch resistance to smash and crash attacks.
GaleemRender
Galeem
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Palutena is giant.
  • Palutena is aggressive.
Puppet Fighter
Palutena SSBUltimate
Palutena
Spirit Ability
The user's magic attacks deal 45% more damage and knockback.
DharkonDiscord
Dharkon
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Bayonetta is giant.
  • Bayonetta is aggressive.
Puppet Fighter
Bayonetta SSBUltimate
Palutena
Spirit Ability
Status effects the user inflicts on opponents will last 25% longer.
SSB Mario SeriesMarioSSB Mario Series
FLUDD SSB4
F.L.U.D.D.
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Squirtle will use Water Gun often.
  • Squirtle has slower falling speed.
  • Squirtle has higher jump height.
Puppet Fighter
Squirtle SSBUltimate
Squirtle
Spirit Ability
Extinguishable attacks such as Bowser's Fire Breath will last 15% longer.
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Baby Luma
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Kirby will only use aerial attacks.
  • Gravity is 70% lower.
Puppet Fighter
Kirby SSBU
Kirby
Spirit Ability
The user's falling speed is decreased by 20%.
CappyOpdysseyHalved
Cappy
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Mario and Bowser are initially the only opponents. Peach will appear after Bowser is defeated.
  • Mario, Bowser, and Peach start with Boomerangs.
  • Mario will use Cap Throw and his Boomerang often.
Puppet Fighter
MarioPortraitSSB Ultimate Peach with PerryBowserNSMBUDX
Mario, Peach, Bowser
Spirit Ability
The user's grab has less endlag.
Posi & Nega
Posi & Nega
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Lucina and Palutena are small.
  • Lucina and Palutena will get a speed boost after 30 seconds.
Puppet Fighter
Lucina SSBUltimatePalutena SSBUltimate 2
Lucina, Palutena
Spirit Ability
The user's magic-based attacks have 20% more range.
McCraw
McCraw
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Falco has higher jump height.
  • Falco will only use aerial and crash attacks.
Puppet Fighter
Falco SSBUltimate
Falco
Spirit Ability
The user's jump height is increased by 40%.
ScaredLuigiLM3
Luigi + Poltergust G-00
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • King Boo is giant.
  • The battle is lost if Luigi is KO'd.
Puppet Fighter
Luigi SSBUltimateMario Party Star Rush King Boo
Luigi (Ally), King Boo
Spirit Ability
The user's ally in Team Battles will take 30% less damage and knockback from opponents.
0.1.Mechakoopa Walking
Mechakoopa
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Link will use Remote Bomb often.
  • Samus will use Bomb often.
  • Only explosive items will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
Link SSBUltimate3DS MetroidSamusReturns char 015
Link, Samus
Spirit Ability
Explosive projectiles thrown by the user deal 20% more knockback.
MushroomMK8
Super Mushroom
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Only Super Mushrooms will spawn.
  • Mario will prioritize getting Super Mushrooms.
Puppet Fighter
MarioPortrait
Mario
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle giant.
FireFlowerMK8
Fire Flower
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Mario and Luigi start the battle with Fire Flowers.
  • Only Fire Flowers will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
MarioPortraitLuigi SSBUltimate
Mario, Luigi
Spirit Ability
The user starts with a Fire Flower.
GreenShellMK8
Green Shell
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Bowser and Bowser Jr. start the battle with a Green Shell.
  • Only Green Shells will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
BowserNSMBUDXBowserJr SSBUltimate
Bowser, Bowser Jr.
Spirit Ability
The user starts with a Green Shell.
BulletBillMK8
Bullet Bill
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Wario will use his dash attack often.
  • Wario starts the battle with a Bullet Bill.
  • Only Bullet Bills will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
Wario SSBUltimate 2
Wario
Spirit Ability
The user starts with a Bullet Bill.
BobombNSMBU
Bob-omb
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Kirby starts with a Bob-omb.
  • Only Bob-ombs will spawn.
  • Kirby will prioritize getting Bob-ombs.
Puppet Fighter
Kirby SSBU
Kirby
Spirit Ability
The user starts with a Bob-omb.
HotheadSSB4
Hothead
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • PAC-MAN starts with a Hothead.
  • Only Hotheads will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
Less pale pacman
PAC-MAN
Spirit Ability
The user starts with a Hothead.
Boomerang SSB4
Boomerang
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Young Link and Toon Link start the battle with a Boomerang.
  • Link will use Boomerang often.
  • Only Boomerangs will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
LinkultimateYoungLink SSBUltimate
ToonLink SSBUltimate
Link, Young Link, Toon Link
Spirit Ability
The user starts with a Boomerang.
Airship Anchor
Anchor
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Each of the fighters will appear after the previous one is defeated.
    • Ludwig and Lemmy > Roy and Iggy > Wendy and Morton > Larry and Bowser Jr.
  • All opponents start with an Anchor.
  • Only Anchors will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
BowserJr SSBUltimateLarryKoopa SSBUltimate
MortonKoopaJr SSBUltimateWendyOKoopa SSBUltimate
IggyKoopa SSBUltimateRoyKoopa SSBUltimate
LemmyKoopa SSBUltimateLudwigVonKoopa SSBUltimate
Bowser Jr., Larry, Morton, Wendy, Iggy, Roy, Lemmy, Ludwig
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle with an Anchor.
Reverse Mushroom 2
Reverse Mushroom
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Only Reverse Mushrooms will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
MarioPortraitLuigi SSBUltimate
Mario, Luigi
Spirit Ability
In matches with three players or more, the user will not be negatively affected by Reverse Mushrooms.
SMP Dice Block
Dice Block
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Only Dice Blocks will spawn.
  • Daisy will prioritize getting Dice Blocks.
Puppet Fighter
DaisyCharged
Daisy
Spirit Ability
The user's Dice Blocks have a 50% chance of rolling a 6.
HammerBroNSMBU
Hammer Bro.
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • The Luigis will jump often.
  • The Luigis will use Hammer often.
Puppet Fighter
Luigi SSBUltimateLuigi SSBUltimate
Luigi (x2)
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle with a Golden Hammer.
ThwompNSMBU
Thwomp
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Thwomp will continually spawn.
Puppet Fighter
RoyKoopa SSBUltimateLudwigVonKoopa SSBUltimate
Roy, Ludwig
Spirit Ability
The user's down aerial deals 60% more knockback.
PiantaTree
Pianta
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • PAC-MAN will use Bonus Fruit often.
  • Pianta will continually spawn.
Puppet Fighter
Less pale pacman
PAC-MAN
Spirit Ability
The user's back throw deals 40% more damage and knockback.
Goomba New
Goomba
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • The Agumons are small.
  • The Agumons will only use ground attacks and never jump.
Puppet Fighter
Agumon csAgumon cs
Agumon csAgumon cs
Agumon csAgumon cs
Agumon (x6)
Spirit Ability
The user suffers less lag from a Footstool Jump when on the ground.
BanzaibillNSMBU
Banzai Bill
★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Mr. Sandman starts the battle with a Bullet Bill.
  • Mr. Sandman is giant.
Puppet Fighter
Mr. Sandman
Mr. Sandman
Spirit Ability
The user's aerial attacks deal 35% more damage and knockback.
Galoomba - Mario Party 10
Galoomba
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Only Deku Nuts will spawn.
  • Meta Knight will only use smash attacks.
  • Meta Knight will prioritize going after Deku Nuts.
Puppet Fighter
MetaKnight SSBUltimate
Meta Knight
Spirit Ability
Attacks from the user that inflict dizziness keep opponents dazed for 15% longer.
Goombrat - Mario Party 10
Goombrat
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • The Pichus are small.
  • The Pichus will only use dash attack.
Puppet Fighter
Pichu SSBUltimatePichu SSBUltimatePichu SSBUltimatePichu SSBUltimatePichu SSBUltimate
Pichu (x5)
Spirit Ability
The user's dash attack is stronger.
Shoe goomba
Shoe Goomba
★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Luigi's Footstool Jumps can bury and meteor smash the player.
  • Luigi will jump often.
  • Luigi will only use aerial and crash attacks.
Puppet Fighter
Luigi SSBUltimate
Luigi
Spirit Ability
The user's Footstool Jumps can bury and meteor smash opponents.
FireSnakeSMB3
Fire Snake
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Incineroar starts the battle with a Superspicy Curry.
  • Superspicy Curry will continually spawn.
Puppet Fighter
Incineroar SSBUltimate
Incineroar
Spirit Ability
The user's fire-based attacks deal 20% more damage and knockback.
SMW Rex
Rex
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Agumon is giant.
  • Agumon will use its jab often.
Puppet Fighter
Agumon cs
Agumon
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle giant.
DinoRhinoSMW
Dino Rhino
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • One of the Rambis is giant.
  • One of the Rambis is small.
  • One of the Rambis starts the battle with a Superspicy Curry.
Puppet Fighter
Rambi - Donkey Kong Barrel BlastRambi - Donkey Kong Barrel Blast
Rambi (x2)
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle with a Superspicy Curry.
Fire MarioSM3DW
Fire Mario
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • 8-Bit Mario's attacks are fire-enhanced and deal more damage.
  • Only Fire Flowers will spawn
Puppet Fighter
8BitMarioCharged
8-Bit Mario
Spirit Ability
The user's attacks are sometimes fire-enhanced, dealing slightly more knockback.
RockMario
Rock Mario
★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Sonic will use Spin Dash often.
  • Sonic will never use aerial or crash attacks.
  • Sonic is much heavier.
Puppet Fighter
Sonic SSBUltimate
Sonic
Spirit Ability
The user's weight is increased by 50%.
GOLDMARIO
Gold Mario
★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Meowth is gold.
  • Meowth will use Pay Day often.
Puppet Fighter
052Meowth
Meowth
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle metal.
Bowser in Koopa Car
Koopa Clown Car
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Stamina battle.
  • Bowser Jr. is giant.
  • Bowser Jr. will jump often.
Puppet Fighter
BowserJr SSBUltimate
Bowser Jr.
Spirit Ability
The user can recover faster if their shield is broken.
SMO Scarecrow
Scarecrow
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Geno has increased attack power and knockback resistance.
Puppet Fighter
Geno Nibroc-Rock
Geno
Spirit Ability
The user has 10% more knockback resistance.
Sporethorn
Sporethorn
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Stamina battle.
  • Piranha Plant is giant.
Puppet Fighter
PiranhaPlant SSBUltimate
Piranha Plant
Spirit Ability
The user takes 30% less damage from darkness-based attacks.
Greenie - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
Greenie
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • The Kirbies are invisible.
  • The Kirbies will use neutral attack often.
Puppet Fighter
Kirby SSBUKirby SSBU
Kirby (x2)
Spirit Ability
The user's neutral attack is 20% stronger.
Slammer (alt 2) - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
Slammer
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Donkey Kong is invisible.
  • Donkey Kong will use Giant Punch often.
Puppet Fighter
DonkeyKong SSBUltimate
Donkey Kong
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle invisible.
Hider - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
Hider
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • The Dark Samuses are invisible.
  • The Dark Samuses start the battle with Beastballs.
Puppet Fighter
DarkSamus SSBUltimateDarkSamus SSBUltimate
DarkSamus SSBUltimate
Dark Samus (x3)
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle invisible.
Gobber - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
Gobber
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Wario is invisible.
  • Wario is giant.
  • Wario will use Chomp often.
  • Food will continually spawn.
Puppet Fighter
Wario SSBUltimate 2
Wario
Spirit Ability
The user will replenish 70% more damage from healing items.
Mario - Mario Kart DS
Mario + B Dasher
★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Mario has increased speed.
  • Mario can damage opponents by running into them.
  • Only Super Mushrooms will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
MarioPortrait
Mario
Spirit Ability
The user's ground speed is increased by 55%.
Luigi (Mario Kart 8)
Luigi + Mach 8
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Luigi has increased speed.
  • Luigi can damage opponents by running into them.
Puppet Fighter
Luigi SSBUltimate
Luigi
Spirit Ability
The user can damage opponents by running into them.
Peach & Daisy
Peach & Daisy + Heart Coach
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Peach and Daisy have increased speed.
  • Peach and Daisy can damage opponents by running into them.
  • Only Heart Containers will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
SSB Ultimate Peach with PerryDaisyCharged
Peach, Daisy
Spirit Ability
Heart Containers will always spawn close to the user.
MKU Yoshi Birdo
Yoshi & Birdo + Turbo Yoshi
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • The Yoshi & Baby Marios have increased speed.
Puppet Fighter
Yoshi&BabyMarioYoshi&BabyMario
Yoshi & Baby Mario (x2)
Spirit Ability
The user's speed is increased by 15%.
Bowser Art - Mario Kart Wii
Bowser + Flame Flyer
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Bowser has increased weight.
  • Bowser can damage opponents by running into them.
Puppet Fighter
BowserNSMBUDX
Bowser
Spirit Ability
The user's weight is increased by 30%.
Pink Gold Peach MK8
Pink Gold Peach + Badwagon
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Peach is metal.
  • Peach can damage opponents by running into them.
Puppet Fighter
SSB Ultimate Peach with Perry
Peach
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle metal.
Mario - Mario Tennis Aces Artwork 2
Mario (Mario Tennis Aces)
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Mario starts the battle with a Home-Run Bat.
  • Mario starts the battle with a Franklin Badge.
Puppet Fighter
MarioPortrait
Mario
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle with a Franklin Badge.
Luigi Aces Transparent
Luigi (Mario Tennis Aces)
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Luigi starts the battle with a Beastball.
Puppet Fighter
Luigi SSBUltimate
Luigi
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle with a Beastball.
Peach - Aces Artwork
Peach (Mario Tennis Aces)
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Peach starts the battle with a Beastball.
  • Mario starts the battle with a Franklin Badge.
Puppet Fighter
SSB Ultimate Peach with Perry
Peach
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle with a Beastball.
Daisy - TennisAces
Daisy (Mario Tennis Aces)
★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Daisy starts the battle with a Final Smash.
  • Only Timers will spawn.
Puppet Fighter
DaisyCharged
Daisy
Spirit Ability
The user starts the battle with a Final Smash.
Mario Spikers
Mario (Spikers)
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Mario will use his forward aerial often.
  • The Yoshi & Baby Marios will use forward aerial often.
  • Mario must be KO'ed to win.
Puppet Fighter
MarioPortraitYoshi&BabyMario
Yoshi&BabyMarioYoshi&BabyMario
Yoshi&BabyMarioYoshi&BabyMario
Mario, Yoshi & Baby Mario (x5)
Spirit Ability
The user's meteor smash attacks deal more damage.
Donkey Kong Spikers
Donkey Kong (Spikers)
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Donkey Kong will use his forward aerial, down aerial, and Hand Slap often.
  • The Piranha Plants will use down aerial often.
  • Donkey Kong must be KO'ed to win.
Puppet Fighter
PiranhaPlant SSBUltimatePiranhaPlant SSBUltimate
PiranhaPlant SSBUltimatePiranhaPlant SSBUltimate
PiranhaPlant SSBUltimateDonkeyKong SSBUltimate
Piranha Plant (x5), Donkey Kong
Spirit Ability
The user's burying attacks deal more damage.
SSB Donkey Kong SeriesDonkey KongSSB Donkey Kong Series
Klaptrap SSBUltimate
Klaptrap
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Agumon is small.
  • Klaptrap will continually spawn.
Puppet Fighter
Agumon cs
Agumon
Spirit Ability
The user's pummel is 20% faster.
KiddyKong
Kiddy Kong
★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • The Diddy Kongs are small.
  • The Diddy Kongs will use their dash attack often.
  • Kiddy Kong will continually spawn.
Puppet Fighter
DiddyKong SSBUltimateDiddyKong SSBUltimate
Diddy Kong (x2)
Spirit Ability
The user is 30% heavier.
Chunky kong 02
Chunky Kong
★★★★
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • Each of the fighters will appear after the previous one is defeated.
    • Donkey Kong -> Donkey Kong -> Donkey Kong
  • The second Donkey Kong is giant.
  • The third Donkey Kong is invisible.
  • Chunky Kong will continually spawn.
Puppet Fighter
DonkeyKong SSBUltimateDonkeyKong SSBUltimateDonkeyKong SSBUltimate
Donkey Kong (x3)
Spirit Ability
The user is 10% bigger.
Kritter OSSB
Kritter
Spirit Battle Conditions
  • The King K. Rools are small.
  • The King K. Rools will not use special attacks.
Puppet Fighter
KingKrool SSBUltimateKingKrool SSBUltimate