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{{Infobox game |colorscheme=orange|bordercolorscheme=blue
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|name=Super Smash Bros. Melee
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|jname=大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズDX
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|boxart=Melee EN boxart.jpg
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|caption=Boxart of Super Smash Bros. Melee
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|jbox=Melee JP boxart.png
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|jcaption=Japanese boxart of Super Smash Bros. Melee
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|platform=[[Nintendo GameCube]]
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|category=Versus Fighting
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|players=4 players simultaneous
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|developer=[[HAL Laboratory]]
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|publisher=[[Nintendo]]
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|gen_series=[[Generation II]] [[Spin-off Pokémon games|side series]]
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|cero=N/A
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|esrb=T
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|acb=G
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|pegi=3
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|release_date_ja=November 21, 2001
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|release_date_na=December 3, 2001<ref>[http://ign.com/articles/2001/08/25/spaceworld-2001-super-smash-bros-melee-hands-on SPACEWORLD 2001: SUPER SMASH BROS. MELEE HANDS-ON] (archive)</ref><ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20020805132425/http://www.nintendo.com/games/gamepage/gamepage_main.jsp?gameId=587&showMe=1 Nintendo of America - Super Smash Bros. Melee] (archive)</ref>
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|release_date_au=May 31, 2002<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20020804214830/http://www.nintendo.com.au/games/smash.html Nintendo of Australia (archive)]</ref>
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|release_date_eu=May 24, 2002
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|website_ja=[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/game/other/smashbrosdx/ Official site]
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|website_en=[http://www.pokemon.com/us/games/videogame-super-smash-brostm-melee/ Official site]
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}}
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{{SmashWiki|Super Smash Bros. Melee}}
 
{{StrategyWiki|Super Smash Bros. Melee}}
 
{{StrategyWiki|Super Smash Bros. Melee}}
'''Super Smash Brothers Melee''' is a fighting game for the Nintendo [[Gamecube]] and the sequel to the [[Nintendo 64]] title [[Super Smash Brothers]]. It, like its predecessor, pits [[Nintendo]]'s many mascots against one another, and this time includes four Pokémon as playable characters, as opposed to the two featured in the previous game. Only {{p|Pikachu}} is available at the start, but eventually {{p|Jigglypuff}}, {{p|Pichu}}, and {{p|Mewtwo}} can be unlocked.
 
   
===Pikachu===
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'''Super Smash Bros. Melee''' (Japanese: '''{{tt|大乱闘|だいらんとう}}スマッシュブラザーズDX''' ''Great Fray Smash Brothers DX'') is a fighting game for the [[Nintendo GameCube]] and the sequel to the [[Nintendo 64]] title [[Super Smash Bros.]] It, like its predecessor, pits [[Nintendo]]'s many mascots against one another, and this time includes four Pokémon as playable characters, as opposed to the two featured in the previous game. Only {{p|Pikachu}} is available at the start, but eventually {{p|Jigglypuff}}, {{p|Pichu}}, and {{p|Mewtwo}} can be unlocked.
Pikachu is a very fast character and pretty easy to knock of the stage due to its light weight. Pikachu taunts by saying: "Pika, Pika" and will wave at the players.
 
=====Ground Attacks=====
 
*A: {{m|Headbutt}}
 
*A (while dashing): Running Headbutt
 
*Up+A: Tail Smack
 
*Left or Right+A: Pika Kick
 
*Down+A: Tail Sweep
 
=====Smash Attacks=====
 
*Smash Up+A: Tail Somersault
 
*Smash Left or Right+A: {{m|Thundershock}}
 
*Smash Down+A: Electric Flower
 
=====Air Attacks=====
 
*A: Pika Roll
 
*Up+A: Tail Chop
 
*Foward+A: Electric Drill
 
*Backward+A: Glider
 
*Down+A: Electric Screw
 
=====B-Attacks=====
 
*'''B: Thunder Jolt'''
 
A ball of electricity will slinky across a level until it hits something or shorts out. When in the air, a small electric ball will appear and will slinky when it hits the ground.
 
*'''Up+B: {{m|Quick Attack}}'''
 
Pikachu will move blindingly fast from one point to another, up to two times. This attack will also slightly damage an enemy if Pikachu passes through one. This is Pikachu's recovery move and after executing it, Pikachu cannot do anything until it reaches the ground or grabs a ledge.
 
*'''Down+B: {{m|Thunder}}'''
 
Pikachu summons a cloud that will strike a thunderbolt down towards the ground. The thunderbolt cannot pass through any terrain objects or floors. The thunderbolt will damage any enemies in the air while on its way down. If the thunderbolt strikes Pikachu, any enemies near it will take the most damage.
 
*'''Side+B: {{m|Skull Bash}}'''
 
Pikachu will charge up and rocket sideways. Depending on how long the B button is held, Pikachu can fly farther and hit harder. This is not considered a recovery move, so Pikachu can use it again and again while in the air.
 
=====Grab/Throw Attacks=====
 
To grab an opponent, use ''Z'' or ''R+A''. These are attacks executed only when holding an opponent using the aforementioned move.
 
*A or Z: Electric Shock
 
*Forward: Electrocution
 
*Backward: {{m|Submission}}
 
*Up: Electric Skull
 
*Down: Electric Slam
 
   
===Pichu===
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==Playable characters==
Pichu's attacks are identical to Pikachu's, although Pichu damages itself while using attacks that use electricity. Pichu is really fast, actually one of the fastest, but is so light and small: its very easy to send flying. Pichu taunts by saying "Pichu!" and doing a little jiggle on the floor, either on its back or hopping on one foot.
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'''Bold''' denotes a [[Pokémon]] character. ''Italics'' denotes a newcomer.
=====Ground Attacks=====
 
*A: Generic attack
 
*A (while dashing): Headbutt
 
*Up+A: Tail Hit
 
*Side+A: Small Kick
 
*Down+A: Tail Sweep
 
=====Smash Attacks=====
 
*Smash Up+A: Head Slam
 
*Smash Left or Right+A: Sizzle {{m|Thundershock}} (Pichu will damage itself when using this move)
 
*Smash Down+A: Head Sweep
 
=====Air Attacks=====
 
*A: Pichu Roll
 
*Up+A: Tail Chop
 
*Forward+A: Electric Drill (Pichu will damage itself when using this move)
 
*Backward+A: Glider
 
*Down+A: Electric Screw (Pichu will damage itself when using this move)
 
=====B-Attacks=====
 
*'''B: Thunder Jolt'''
 
Pichu will damage itself and release an electrical ball that will arc across the ground until it dissipates or hits something.
 
*'''Up+B: {{m|Quick Attack}}'''
 
Like Pikachu, Pichu will zip really fast from one point to another up to two times. Unlike Pikachu however, Pichu will not damage anyone if it passes through an enemy while executing this, but instead will damage itself. 1% for the first traversion, then 3% for the next.
 
*'''Down+B: {{m|Thunder}}'''
 
Pichu will summon a cloud to strike a lightning bolt down towards the ground. Pichu will damage itself if the bolt strikes Pichu. Unlike Pikachu's [[Thunder]], this bolt travels slightly slower and as such, when hitting an enemy, it will shock them up to 4 times, dealing accumulative damage.
 
*'''Side+B: {{m|Skull Bash}}'''
 
Depending on how long you hold B, Pichu will charge up and zoom across to hit anyone in the way. Pichu can hold this charge for slightly longer than Pikachu and is much stronger when fully charged. Pichu will damage itself when using this move.
 
=====Grab/Throw Attacks=====
 
To grab an opponent, use Z or R+A, then to attack them, press A or Z again or tilt the control stick in one direction. These are attacks executed only when holding an opponent using the aforementioned move.
 
   
*A or Z: Shcok
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===Default===
*Forward: Electrocution
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* {{smw|Mario}}
*Backward: {{m|Submission}}
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* ''{{smw|Bowser}}''
*Up: Electric Skull
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* ''{{smw|Princess Peach|Peach}}''
*Down: Slam
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* {{smw|Yoshi}}
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* {{smw|Donkey Kong}}
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* {{fzw|Captain Falcon}}
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* {{lw|Fox McCloud|Fox}}
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* {{wb|Ness}}
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* ''{{sbw|Ice Climbers}}''
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* {{wk|Kirby}}
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* {{met|Samus Aran|Samus}}
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* ''{{zw|Princess Zelda|Zelda}}''/''{{zw|Sheik}}''
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* {{zw|Link}}
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* '''{{SSB|Pikachu}}'''
   
===Mewtwo===
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===Unlockable characters===
Despite being a legendary Pokémon, Mewtwo is easily knocked around. This is mainly due to the fact Mewtwo is always floating. Mewtwo will never run or dash across the ground, but hover and slide across. Mewtwo has the second highest jump in the game, after Falco. Mewtwo taunts by spinning around and laughing evilly.
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* ''{{smw|Dr. Mario (character)|Dr. Mario}}''
=====Ground Attacks=====
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* {{smw|Luigi}}
*A: Dark Flash
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* ''{{zw|Ganon|Ganondorf}}''
*A A: Dark Flame
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* ''{{lw|Falco Lombardi|Falco}}''
*A (while Dashing): Torch
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* ''{{zw|Young Link}}''
*Up+A: Flip
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* '''{{SSB|Jigglypuff}}'''
*Side+A: {{m|Tail Whip}}
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* '''''{{SSB|Mewtwo}}'''''
*Down+A: Tail Sweep
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* '''''{{SSB|Pichu}}'''''
=====Smash Attacks=====
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* ''{{smw|Mr. Game & Watch}}''
*Smash Up+A: Galaxy Force
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* ''{{few|Marth}}''
*Smash Left or Right+A: Shadow Blast
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* ''{{few|Roy}}''
*Smash Down+A: Shadow Bomb
 
=====Air Attacks=====
 
*A: Body Spark
 
*Up+A: Somersault Tail Hit
 
*Foward+A: Shadow Scratch
 
*Backward+A: Tail Flick
 
*Down+A: Meteor Kick (a Meteor Smash)
 
=====B-Attacks=====
 
*'''B: {{m|Shadow Ball}}'''
 
Press B once to cause Mewtwo to start charging. If he is hit while charging, he will lose the charge, but if he has charged long enough, and is hit, the charge for the Shadow Ball will still remain. Tilting the control stick left or right will cause Mewtwo to dodge in that direction and cease charging, preserving the Shadow Ball. Pressing R or L while charging will cease the charging without Mewtwo dodging. Mewtwo's Shadow Ball can also be left charging indefinitely and will damage anyone if they come into physical contact with the ball. While throwing it, Mewtwo will recoil, significantly if he is in the air. The ball, when thrown, will travel along a zig-zag jagged path until it hits something or dissipates. If the Shadow Ball hits a terrain object, it will erupt causing a small explosion that will cause splash damage to anyone nearby.
 
*'''Up+B: {{m|Teleport}}'''
 
Mewtwo teleports once in the direction of your choice. Mewtwo is invulnerable to damage while teleporting, but can still be grabbed. Teleport can't penetrate terrain objects or impenetrable floors.
 
*'''Down+B: {{m|Disable}}'''
 
Short range attack that temporary disables the opponent, rendering it dizzy and unable to move. The amount of time the opponent is dazed depends on its current damage. If you use this move again when the opponent is already disabled, it will flick the enemy up in the air as if you punched it. If you use this move in the air (successfully) the enemy will immediately start to freefall until it hits the ground.
 
*'''Side+B: {{m|Confusion}}'''
 
The opponent is flipped around in the air, causing damage. Unlike other moves this move does not degrade in damage if used continuously.
 
   
=====Grab/Throw Attacks=====
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==Poké Ball Pokémon==
To grab an opponent, use Z or R+A, then to attack them, press A or Z again or tilt the control stick in one direction. These are attacks executed only when holding an opponent using the aforementioned move.
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{{incomplete|section|Damage}}
*A or Z: Shock
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One of the items that can be picked up in Super Smash Bros. Melee is the {{i|Poké Ball}}; with it numerous Pokémon can be summoned to damage enemies. These Pokémon and their effects in the game are listed below:
*Forward: Barrage
 
*Backward: {{m|Psychic}} - Reverse Throw
 
*Up: {{m|Psychic}} - Spiral Throw
 
*Down: {{m|Body Slam}}
 
   
===Jigglypuff===
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{| class="sortable roundy" style="width:auto; text-align:center; background: #{{orange color}}; border: 3px solid #{{blue color}}"
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|-
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! [[List of Pokémon by National Pokédex number|#]]
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! colspan=2 | Pokémon
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! Move
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! class="unsortable" | Description
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! Damage
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! Later Appearances
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 003
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| {{MS|003}}
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| {{p|Venusaur}}
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| {{m|Earthquake}}
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| Venusaur causes earthquakes that send opponents flying when they touch the ground around it.
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| 18%
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| None
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 006
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| {{MS|006}}
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| {{p|Charizard}}
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| {{m|Flamethrower}}
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| Returning from [[Super Smash Bros.]], Charizard scorches opponents with {{m|Flamethrower}}, alternating left and right.
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| 2%{{tt|*|per flame}}<br>20%{{tt|*|on contact}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]{{tt|*|Playable character from Brawl onwards}}
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 009
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| {{MS|009}}
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| {{p|Blastoise}}
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| {{m|Hydro Pump}}
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| Returning from [[Super Smash Bros.]], Blastoise uses {{m|Hydro Pump}} in one direction to forcefully push opponents away. The recoil pushes Blastoise backward a little with each blast, meaning it can fall off of platforms and the stage itself if summoned with its back too close to the edge.
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| 8%{{tt|*|per blast}}<br>24%{{tt|*|on contact}}
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| None
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 035
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| {{MS|035}}
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| {{p|Clefairy}}
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| {{m|Metronome}}
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| Returning from [[Super Smash Bros.]], Clefairy uses {{m|Metronome}} to do any one of four random attacks: trap opponents with {{m|Gust}} for heavy damage, make a {{m|Fire Spin}} around itself, juggle opponents skyward with {{m|Waterfall}}, or explode with {{m|Selfdestruct}}.
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|
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| None
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 101
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| {{MS|101}}
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| {{p|Electrode}}
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| {{m|Explosion}}
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| Returning from [[Super Smash Bros.]], Electrode uses {{m|Explosion}} after three seconds, damaging any player caught in the blast, including the one who sent it out. With good timing, a player can pick up and throw Electrode at the last second.
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| 30%
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 110
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| {{MS|110}}
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| {{p|Weezing}}
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| {{m|Smog}}
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| Replacing {{p|Koffing}} from the previous game, Weezing uses {{m|Smog}} and juggles any person that enters the gas cloud.
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| 3%{{tt|*|per hit}}
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| None
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 113
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| {{MS|113}}
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| {{p|Chansey}}
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| {{m|Softboiled}}
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| Returning from [[Super Smash Bros.]], Chansey uses {{m|Softboiled}} to release eggs that may contain additional items, heal 7% of damage, or {{m|Egg Bomb|explode}}. It can be knocked off the screen with a strong attack.
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| N/A
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| None
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 118
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| {{MS|118}}
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| {{p|Goldeen}}
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| {{m|Splash}}
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| Returning from [[Super Smash Bros.]], Goldeen uses {{m|Splash}} to no effect.
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| N/A
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 120
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| {{MS|120}}
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| {{p|Staryu}}
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| {{m|Swift}}
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| Replacing {{p|Starmie}} from the original game, Staryu chases after the nearest opponent, locks itself into position, and shoots {{m|Swift}} repeatedly, stunning players who are struck.
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| 1%{{tt|*|per hit}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 143
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| {{MS|143}}
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| {{p|Snorlax}}
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| {{m|Body Slam}}
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| Returning from [[Super Smash Bros.]], Snorlax flies up into the air and descends over a large area of the screen using {{m|Body Slam}}, sending opponents flying on contact.
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| 20%
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 144
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| {{MS|144}}
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| {{p|Articuno}}
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| {{m|Icy Wind}}
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| Articuno uses {{m|Icy Wind}}, vertically launching any opponent in the attack range and freezing them for a time dependent on their damage.
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| 25%
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| None
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 145
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| {{MS|145}}
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| {{p|Zapdos}}
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| {{m|ThunderShock}}
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| Zapdos uses {{m|ThunderShock}}, stunning any opponent in range with several electric surges that inflict quite a bit of damage.
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| up to 81%
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| None
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 146
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| {{MS|146}}
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| {{p|Moltres}}
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| {{m|Fly}}
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| Opponents struck by Moltres's wings are knocked around and launched vertically.
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| 40%
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 151
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| {{MS|151}}
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| {{p|Mew}}
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| {{m|Fly}}
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| Returning from [[Super Smash Bros.]], Mew has no effect but gives bonus points in one-player and bonus modes.
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| N/A
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 152
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| {{MS|152}}
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| {{p|Chikorita}}
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| {{m|Razor Leaf}}
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| Chikorita faces one direction and unleashes a flurry of {{m|Razor Leaf}}, hitting any opponent in its path.
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| 4%{{tt|*|per leaf}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 155
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| {{MS|155}}
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| {{p|Cyndaquil}}
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| {{m|Flamethrower}}
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| Cyndaquil faces one direction, jumps into the air, and fires {{m|Flamethrower}} from its backside. It can be hit off the screen with a strong attack.
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| 1-2%{{tt|*|per flame}}
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| None
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 175
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| {{MS|175}}
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| {{p|Togepi}}
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| {{m|Metronome}}
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| Togepi uses {{m|Metronome}} to do any one of five random attacks: black out the screen with {{m|Night Shade}}, drive opponents into the ground with {{m|Magnitude}}, freeze with {{m|Powder Snow}}, cause sleep with {{m|Sleep Powder}}, or plant {{m|Leech Seed}} on nearby foes.
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| 5%{{tt|*|Magnitude, hits 1-3 times}}<br>10%{{tt|*|Powder Snow}}<br>10%{{tt|*|Sleep Powder}}<br>7%, 1%{{tt|*|Leech Seed hits for 7% three times, then saps 1% eight times}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
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| 182
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| {{MS|182}}
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| {{p|Bellossom}}
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| {{m|Sweet Scent}}
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| Puts any nearby characters into a deep sleep with {{m|Sweet Scent}}. The duration depends on their damage.
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| 3%
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
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| 183
  +
| {{MS|183}}
  +
| {{p|Marill}}
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| {{m|Tackle}}
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| Runs across the stage using {{m|Tackle}}, stunning and pushing opponents for consecutive damage. Marill can be knocked off the screen if hit hard enough.
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| 1%{{tt|*|per hit}}
  +
| None
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
  +
| 201
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| {{MS|201}}
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| {{p|Unown}}
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| {{m|Take Down}}
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| Any one of the 26 [[Generation II]] varieties of Unown flies off-screen, returning with a large swarm of Unown moving in a random direction. Any opponent caught in the storm is damaged and juggled.
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| 5%{{tt|*|per hit}}
  +
| None
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
  +
| 202
  +
| {{MS|202}}
  +
| {{p|Wobbuffet}}
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| {{m|Counter}}
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| When hit by an attack or item, Wobbuffet uses {{m|Counter}}, swings side to side, and damages any player it touches, even the one who released it.
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| {{tt|?|damage depends on the triggering attack's power}}
  +
| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
  +
| 212
  +
| {{MS|212}}
  +
| {{p|Scizor}}
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| {{m|Metal Claw}}
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| Scizor charges forward while flailing its claws, then leaps high into the air and falls off the screen.
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| 15%{{tt|*|Metal Claw}}<br>22%{{tt|*|jump attack}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
  +
| 233
  +
| {{MS|233}}
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| {{p|Porygon2}}
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| {{m|Tackle}}
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| Porygon2 immediately {{m|Tackle}}s in one direction, knocking opponents in the opposite direction instead of its own.
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| 25%
  +
| None
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
  +
| 243
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| {{MS|243}}
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| {{p|Raikou}}
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| {{m|Spark}}
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| Raikou periodically uses {{m|Spark}} to electrocute any opponent that touches the ground around it.
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| 20%{{tt|*|hits up to 9 times}}
  +
| None
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
  +
| 244
  +
| {{MS|244}}
  +
| {{p|Entei}}
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| {{m|Fire Spin}}
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| Entei uses {{m|Fire Spin}} to summon a large spiral of fire. Caught opponents are trapped and suffer continuous damage until the move ends.
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| up to 72%
  +
| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
  +
| 245
  +
| {{MS|245}}
  +
| {{p|Suicune}}
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| {{m|Blizzard}}
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| {{m|Blizzard}} swirls around Suicune, trapping opponents for continuous damage.
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| up to 36%
  +
| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]<br>[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|Ultimate]]
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
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| 249
  +
| {{MS|249}}
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| {{p|Lugia}}
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| {{m|Aeroblast}}
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| Lugia flies to the background and shoots {{m|Aeroblast}} at one section of the stage, tossing helpless opponents around for periodic damage.
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| 20%{{tt|*|hits up to 7 times}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]
  +
|- style="background:#fff"
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| 250
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| {{MS|250}}
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| {{p|Ho-Oh}}
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| {{m|Sacred Fire}}
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| Flies to the background and unleashes a huge column of {{m|Sacred Fire}}, dealing massive damage to caught opponents.
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| 2%{{tt|*|hits up to 95 times}}<br>13%{{tt|*|on contact}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 251
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| {{MS|251}}
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| {{p|Celebi}}
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| {{m|Fly}}
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| Celebi has no effect but gives bonus points in one-player and bonus modes. The first time it is seen, a trophy is awarded.
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| N/A
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; {{roundybl|5px}}" | 132
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| style="background:#fff" | {{MS|132}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{p|Ditto}} ''(unused)''
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| style="background:#fff" | {{m|Transform}}
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| style="background:#fff" | Ditto says ''{{tt|Meta!|Ditto's Japanese name is Metamon}}'' and vanishes. It was originally meant to make a clone of the player who summoned it to aid them in battle. Sometimes it will stand in place instead of disappearing immediately, damaging opponents on contact.
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| style="background:#fff" | 7-8%
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| style="background:#fff; {{roundybr|5px}}" | None
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*A: Generic Attack
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==Pokémon events==
*Up+A:
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Three of the 51 event matches in the one-player mode are Pokémon-themed; the first, called "[[Pokémon battle|Pokémon Battle]]", is set in {{St|Pokémon Stadium}} (see below). The player must battle a Pikachu using only Poké Balls. The second, called "[[Legendary Pokémon]]", is set in the {{sbw|Battlefield (SSBM)|Battlefield}} stage. The player must battle several {{sbw|Fighting Wire Frames|Wire Frames}} and Jigglypuff. Poké Balls are the only item, and they only contain legendary Pokémon (with the exception of Wobbuffet who sometimes pops out annoyingly, a possible reference to [[Jessie's Wobbuffet]] in the {{pkmn|anime}}). The third event is called "Pikachu and Pichu"; the player must KO two evading Pichu while holding off a hostile Pikachu. This event is a reference to the [[Pikachu short|animated short]] ''[[PK07|Pikachu and Pichu]]''. Other events may include Yoshi's Egg and Target Acquired where the two Pokemon "Pikachu" and "Jigglypuff" appear in and fight against a player in a certain stage.
*Side+A:
 
*Down+A:
 
*B: {{m|Rollout}}
 
*Up+B: {{m|Sing}}
 
*Side+B: {{m|Pound}}- A quick punch forward.
 
*Down+B: {{m|Rest}} Jigglypuff falls asleep and an opponent, if they are lined up correctly, will be sent flying.
 
   
==Poké Ball Pokémon==
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==Pokémon trophies==
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* {{p|Articuno}}
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* {{p|Bellossom}}
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* {{p|Bulbasaur}}
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* {{p|Blastoise}}
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* {{p|Celebi}}
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* {{p|Charizard}}
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* {{p|Chansey}}
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* {{p|Chikorita}}
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* {{p|Clefairy}}
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* {{p|Cleffa}}
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* {{p|Crobat}}
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* {{p|Cyndaquil}}
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* {{p|Ditto}}
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* {{p|Eevee}}
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* {{p|Electrode}}
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* {{p|Entei}}
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* {{p|Goldeen}}
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* {{p|Heracross}}
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* {{p|Ho-Oh}}
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* {{p|Igglybuff}}
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* {{p|Lugia}}
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* {{p|Marill}}
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* {{p|Meowth}}
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* {{p|Mew}}
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* {{p|Moltres}}
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* {{p|Poliwhirl}}
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* {{p|Porygon2}}
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* {{p|Raikou}}
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* {{p|Scizor}}
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* {{p|Snorlax}}
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* {{p|Squirtle}}
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* {{p|Suicune}}
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* {{p|Staryu}}
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* {{p|Steelix}}
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* {{p|Togepi}}
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* {{p|Totodile}}
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* {{p|Unown}}
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* {{p|Venusaur}}
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* {{p|Weezing}}
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* {{p|Wobbuffet}}
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* {{p|Zapdos}}
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===Miscellaneous===
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* [[Misty]]
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* {{i|Poké Ball}}
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* {{st|Pokémon Stadium}}
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* [[Professor Oak]]
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* [[ZERO-ONE]]
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In addition, the four playable Pokémon each have three trophies, unlocked through completing one-player mode with them.
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==Pokémon stages==
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* [[Poké Floats]]
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* {{st|Pokémon Stadium}}
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==Trivia==
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* Usually, when a character in the Super Smash Bros. series is blasted upward off the screen, the character can be seen spinning off into the distance, disappearing with a winking star. Not only is this very similar to the way {{TRT}} often blasts off, but the {{smw|List of Bonuses from Super Smash Bros. Melee|bonus}} received for sending "all team enemies flying off the top of the screen" is named "Rocket KO."
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* Some of the Poké Ball Pokémon, such as Marill and Cyndaquil, keep their Japanese voices, even though they have separate voice actors in the English dub of the {{pkmn|anime}}.
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* This is the only GameCube title not to fall under [[Generation III]], being one of the final Pokémon-related titles to fall under [[Generation II]].
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* [[Sprout Tower]] [https://www.nintendo.co.jp/n01/n64/software/nus_p_nalj/smash/flash/syukeiken/return520.html was considered] as a stage early in development.
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==In other languages==
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One of the items that can be picked up in Super Smash Brothers Melee is the [[Poké Ball]]; with it numerous Pokémon can be summoned to damage enemies. These Pokémon and their effects in the game are listed below:
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<td width=100>{{p|Venusaur}}</td>
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<td>Venusaur causes an {{m|Earthquake}} around him that causes all characters touching the ground to go flying.</td>
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<td>{{p|Charizard}}</td>
 
<td>Similar to the fire flower, this Pokémon uses the {{m|Flamethrower}} attack when released. He alternates between shooting it left and right.</td>
 
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<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Blastoise}}</td>
 
<td>This Pokémon uses the {{m|Hydro Pump}} attack when it comes out.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Clefairy}}</td>
 
<td>Uses {{m|Metronome}} to use a random attack like Togepi, but typically does a lot more damage.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Electrode}}</td>
 
<td>Electrode uses {{m|Explosion}} after 3 seconds. You can throw him in the last second or so if you're quick enough.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Weezing}}</td>
 
<td>Emits {{m|Poison Gas}} and juggles any person that comes in close contact.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Chansey}}</td>
 
<td>Uses {{m|Softboiled}} to releases eggs that may contain additional items.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Goldeen}}</td>
 
<td>No effect, just {{m|Splash}}es around. <td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Staryu}}</td>
 
<td>Chases after the nearest opponent, then locks itself into position and shoots {{m|Swift}}.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Snorlax}}</td>
 
<td>Flies up into the air and descends over a large area of the screen using {{m|Body Slam}}. Any character who comes in contact with Snorlax in either direction is sent flying.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Articuno}}</td>
 
<td>Uses the {{m|Blizzard}} attack. Anyone in the attack range when Articuno unleases this attack will be frozen for a time depending on how damaged they are.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Zapdos}}</td>
 
<td>Uses the {{m|Thundershock}} attack. Anything in the attack range will be hit by several electrical surges, and sustain quite a bit of damage. While being affected by this move, an enemy cannot move.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Moltres}}</td>
 
<td>Any person that comes into contact with its wings are knocked around, and usually sent flying since it is very strong.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Mew}}</td>
 
<td>No effect, but earns bonus points in one-player and bonus modes.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Chikorita}}</td>
 
<td>When released, unleashes a fury of {{m|Razor Leaf}} attacks hitting anyone in its path.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Cyndaquil}}</td>
 
<td>Similar to Charizard, unleashes the {{m|Flamethrower}} attack, but only does so in one direction. It can be hit off the screen with a strong enough attack.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Togepi}}</td>
 
<td>Has several attacks that are randomly selected with {{m|Metronome}}, all with different effects. The screen can black-out due to {{m|Night Shade}}, opponents can be driven into the ground by {{m|Magnitude}}, fall asleep due to {{m|Sing}}, or end up with {{m|Leech Seed}} </td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Bellossom}}</td>
 
<td>Puts any nearby characters into a deep sleep with {{m|Sleep Powder}}. How long they sleep for depends on their damage.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Marill}}</td>
 
<td>Runs across the stage using {{m|Tackle}}, juggling any opponents briefly.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Unown}}</td>
 
<td>Flies across the screen, returning with a large swarm of Unown moving in a random direction. Any character caught in the storm is damaged and juggled. Any one of the twenty-six [[Generation II]] Unown can appear from the Poké Ball, with the same effects.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Wobbuffet}}</td>
 
<td>Uses {{m|Counter}}, damaging anything that hits it. Wobbuffet and Electrode are the only Pokémon that will damage the character who releases it.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Scizor}}</td>
 
<td>Similar to Marill's Tackle, except it flies around the screen and causes a lot more damage.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Porygon2}}</td>
 
<td>Uses a powerful {{m|Tackle}} attack. When it connects, it sends characters flying.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Raikou}}</td>
 
<td>Uses a {{m|Spark}} attack, electrocuting anything periodically that gets caught in range.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Entei}}</td>
 
<td>{{m|Fire Spin}} attack, trapping anyone who lands in it and dealing up to 100% damage.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Suicune}}</td>
 
<td>Uses {{m|Icy Wind}}, causing high levels of damage.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Lugia}}</td>
 
<td>A rare find, it flies up and then lands in the background, shooting large gusts of wind using {{m|Aeroblast}}.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Ho-oh}}</td>
 
<td>Unleashes a spiral of {{m|Sacred Fire}}, dealing up to 150% damage to anyone caught in the blast. Like Zapdos, anything caught in its attack is unable to move.</td>
 
</tr>
 
<tr>
 
<td>{{p|Celebi}}</td>
 
<td>Like Mew, doesn't affect the battle, but adds bonus points where applicable. The first time it is seen, a trophy is awarded.</td>
 
</tr>
 
</table>
 
   
==Trophy Pokémon==
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*Charizard
 
*Clefairy
 
*Ditto
 
*Electrode
 
*Heracross
 
*Porygon2
 
*Sqirtle
 
*Staryu
 
*Steelix
 
*Venusaur
 
*Weezing
 
   
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Super Smash Bros. Melee
大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズDX
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Basic info
Platform: Nintendo GameCube
Category: Versus Fighting
Players: 4 players simultaneous
Connectivity: None
Developer: HAL Laboratory
Publisher: Nintendo
Part of: Generation II side series
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: T
ACB: G
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: 3
GRAC: N/A
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: November 21, 2001
North America: December 3, 2001[1][2]
Australia: May 31, 2002[3]
Europe: May 24, 2002
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Websites
Japanese: Official site
English: Official site
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Japanese boxart of Super Smash Bros. Melee
SmashWiki
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Super Smash Bros. Melee (Japanese: 大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズDX Great Fray Smash Brothers DX) is a fighting game for the Nintendo GameCube and the sequel to the Nintendo 64 title Super Smash Bros. It, like its predecessor, pits Nintendo's many mascots against one another, and this time includes four Pokémon as playable characters, as opposed to the two featured in the previous game. Only Pikachu is available at the start, but eventually Jigglypuff, Pichu, and Mewtwo can be unlocked.

Playable characters

Bold denotes a Pokémon character. Italics denotes a newcomer.

Default

Unlockable characters

Poké Ball Pokémon

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Reason: Damage.

One of the items that can be picked up in Super Smash Bros. Melee is the Poké Ball; with it numerous Pokémon can be summoned to damage enemies. These Pokémon and their effects in the game are listed below:

# Pokémon Move Description Damage Later Appearances
003 003 Venusaur Earthquake Venusaur causes earthquakes that send opponents flying when they touch the ground around it. 18% None
006 006 Charizard Flamethrower Returning from Super Smash Bros., Charizard scorches opponents with Flamethrower, alternating left and right. 2%*
20%*
Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate*
009 009 Blastoise Hydro Pump Returning from Super Smash Bros., Blastoise uses Hydro Pump in one direction to forcefully push opponents away. The recoil pushes Blastoise backward a little with each blast, meaning it can fall off of platforms and the stage itself if summoned with its back too close to the edge. 8%*
24%*
None
035 035 Clefairy Metronome Returning from Super Smash Bros., Clefairy uses Metronome to do any one of four random attacks: trap opponents with Gust for heavy damage, make a Fire Spin around itself, juggle opponents skyward with Waterfall, or explode with Selfdestruct. None
101 101 Electrode Explosion Returning from Super Smash Bros., Electrode uses Explosion after three seconds, damaging any player caught in the blast, including the one who sent it out. With good timing, a player can pick up and throw Electrode at the last second. 30% Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
110 110 Weezing Smog Replacing Koffing from the previous game, Weezing uses Smog and juggles any person that enters the gas cloud. 3%* None
113 113 Chansey Softboiled Returning from Super Smash Bros., Chansey uses Softboiled to release eggs that may contain additional items, heal 7% of damage, or explode. It can be knocked off the screen with a strong attack. N/A None
118 118 Goldeen Splash Returning from Super Smash Bros., Goldeen uses Splash to no effect. N/A Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
120 120 Staryu Swift Replacing Starmie from the original game, Staryu chases after the nearest opponent, locks itself into position, and shoots Swift repeatedly, stunning players who are struck. 1%* Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
143 143 Snorlax Body Slam Returning from Super Smash Bros., Snorlax flies up into the air and descends over a large area of the screen using Body Slam, sending opponents flying on contact. 20% Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
144 144 Articuno Icy Wind Articuno uses Icy Wind, vertically launching any opponent in the attack range and freezing them for a time dependent on their damage. 25% None
145 145 Zapdos ThunderShock Zapdos uses ThunderShock, stunning any opponent in range with several electric surges that inflict quite a bit of damage. up to 81% None
146 146 Moltres Fly Opponents struck by Moltres's wings are knocked around and launched vertically. 40% Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
151 151 Mew Fly Returning from Super Smash Bros., Mew has no effect but gives bonus points in one-player and bonus modes. N/A Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
152 152 Chikorita Razor Leaf Chikorita faces one direction and unleashes a flurry of Razor Leaf, hitting any opponent in its path. 4%* Brawl
155 155 Cyndaquil Flamethrower Cyndaquil faces one direction, jumps into the air, and fires Flamethrower from its backside. It can be hit off the screen with a strong attack. 1-2%* None
175 175 Togepi Metronome Togepi uses Metronome to do any one of five random attacks: black out the screen with Night Shade, drive opponents into the ground with Magnitude, freeze with Powder Snow, cause sleep with Sleep Powder, or plant Leech Seed on nearby foes. 5%*
10%*
10%*
7%, 1%*
Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
182 182 Bellossom Sweet Scent Puts any nearby characters into a deep sleep with Sweet Scent. The duration depends on their damage. 3% Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
183 183 Marill Tackle Runs across the stage using Tackle, stunning and pushing opponents for consecutive damage. Marill can be knocked off the screen if hit hard enough. 1%* None
201 201 Unown Take Down Any one of the 26 Generation II varieties of Unown flies off-screen, returning with a large swarm of Unown moving in a random direction. Any opponent caught in the storm is damaged and juggled. 5%* None
202 202 Wobbuffet Counter When hit by an attack or item, Wobbuffet uses Counter, swings side to side, and damages any player it touches, even the one who released it. ? Brawl
212 212 Scizor Metal Claw Scizor charges forward while flailing its claws, then leaps high into the air and falls off the screen. 15%*
22%*
Ultimate
233 233 Porygon2 Tackle Porygon2 immediately Tackles in one direction, knocking opponents in the opposite direction instead of its own. 25% None
243 243 Raikou Spark Raikou periodically uses Spark to electrocute any opponent that touches the ground around it. 20%* None
244 244 Entei Fire Spin Entei uses Fire Spin to summon a large spiral of fire. Caught opponents are trapped and suffer continuous damage until the move ends. up to 72% Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
245 245 Suicune Blizzard Blizzard swirls around Suicune, trapping opponents for continuous damage. up to 36% Brawl
SSB4
Ultimate
249 249 Lugia Aeroblast Lugia flies to the background and shoots Aeroblast at one section of the stage, tossing helpless opponents around for periodic damage. 20%* Brawl
250 250 Ho-Oh Sacred Fire Flies to the background and unleashes a huge column of Sacred Fire, dealing massive damage to caught opponents. 2%*
13%*
Brawl
251 251 Celebi Fly Celebi has no effect but gives bonus points in one-player and bonus modes. The first time it is seen, a trophy is awarded. N/A Brawl
132 132 Ditto (unused) Transform Ditto says Meta! and vanishes. It was originally meant to make a clone of the player who summoned it to aid them in battle. Sometimes it will stand in place instead of disappearing immediately, damaging opponents on contact. 7-8% None

Pokémon events

Three of the 51 event matches in the one-player mode are Pokémon-themed; the first, called "Pokémon Battle", is set in Pokémon Stadium (see below). The player must battle a Pikachu using only Poké Balls. The second, called "Legendary Pokémon", is set in the Battlefield stage. The player must battle several Wire Frames and Jigglypuff. Poké Balls are the only item, and they only contain legendary Pokémon (with the exception of Wobbuffet who sometimes pops out annoyingly, a possible reference to Jessie's Wobbuffet in the anime). The third event is called "Pikachu and Pichu"; the player must KO two evading Pichu while holding off a hostile Pikachu. This event is a reference to the animated short Pikachu and Pichu. Other events may include Yoshi's Egg and Target Acquired where the two Pokemon "Pikachu" and "Jigglypuff" appear in and fight against a player in a certain stage.

Pokémon trophies

Miscellaneous

In addition, the four playable Pokémon each have three trophies, unlocked through completing one-player mode with them.

Pokémon stages

Trivia

  • Usually, when a character in the Super Smash Bros. series is blasted upward off the screen, the character can be seen spinning off into the distance, disappearing with a winking star. Not only is this very similar to the way Team Rocket often blasts off, but the bonus received for sending "all team enemies flying off the top of the screen" is named "Rocket KO."
  • Some of the Poké Ball Pokémon, such as Marill and Cyndaquil, keep their Japanese voices, even though they have separate voice actors in the English dub of the anime.
  • This is the only GameCube title not to fall under Generation III, being one of the final Pokémon-related titles to fall under Generation II.
  • Sprout Tower was considered as a stage early in development.

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References


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