|This article explicitly refers to this character in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this character in other contexts, see Chibi-Robo.|
|System of origin||Nintendo GameCube|
|Year of debut||2005|
Chibi-Robo (Japanese: ちびロボ Chibi Robo) is a newcomer fighter to the Super Smash Bros. series in Super Smash Bros. Strife. The main protagonist and namesake of the Chibi-Robo! series, Chibi-Robo is a 10cm tall robot designed to make people happy. Like both Olimar and Alph, whom are also of extremely short stature in their own series, Chibi-Robo has been made larger for his appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife.
Interestingly, despite being a robot and hence being genderless, the game refers to Chibi-Robo solely as a male.
The Chibi-Robo is the successor to the Giga-Robo, a series of robots designed by Citrusoft with the sole intention of making people happy. Chibi-Robo lives in a large version of his head known as the "Chibi-House". In his debut title of Chibi-Robo! for the Nintendo GameCube, the player took control of a Chibi-Robo owned by an eight year-old girl named Jenny Sanderson and aided both Jenny's family and Jenny's other toys by completing chores.
In subsequent titles of the Chibi-Robo! franchise, other Chibi-Robos have been introduced. In Chibi-Robo! Photo Finder, the player takes control of a Chibi-Robo owned by the curator of a NostalJunk museum, while the Chibi-Robo of Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash lives in space.
|Neutral Special Move||Chibi-Blaster||Chibi-Robo uses the Chibi-Blaster to fire a blast of sonic energy forwards in an arc. The attack can be charged to increase the distance it travels.|
|Custom Variants||Dekai-Blaster||Charging the attack instead increases the size of the bolt fired and amount of knockback dealt, but travels slower and not as far.|
|Paralysis Blast||The bolt explodes to paralyze enemies, but does not deal as much damage or knockback.|
|Far Blaster||The bolt of energy travels further and faster, and travels in a straight line before disappearing. It can not be charged.|
|Side Special Move||Zip Lash||Chibi-Robo whips the Zip Lash forwards. The end of the Zip Lash deals damage on contact, and the Zip Lash allows Chibi-Robo to tether recover.|
|Custom Variants||Long Lash||The Zip Lash has longer range, allowing Chibi-Robo to tether recover from longer distances. The amount of damage dealt by the attack is less.|
|Whip Lash||Chibi-Robo whips the Zip Lash faster, increasing the damage dealt and range but taking away his ability to tether recover.|
|Switch Lash||The Zip-Lash has less range, but should an opponent come in contact with the end, they will be knocked towards Chibi-Robo.|
|Up Special Move||Telly Vision||Chibi-Robo summons Telly Vision. Riding atop Telly, Chibi-Robo is propelled upwards a short distance before Telly disappears. Tapping the button increases the distance travelled. The attack deals damage should opponents come in contact with Telly's propellers.|
|Custom Variants||Telly-poline||Chibi-Robo uses Telly as a trampoline. Though he does not travel upwards as far, he knocks Telly downwards; and he will meteor smash opponents.|
|Power Telly||Telly travels upwards in a ball of fire, dealing massive damage but not travelling as far.|
|Telly Throw||Telly throws Chibi-Robo upwards instead of carrying him. While Chibi-Robo does not travel upwards as far, he is capable of using standard attacks.|
|Down Special Move||Squirter||Chibi-Robo uses the Squirter to push away fighters. It can be charged to fire for a longer duration|
|Custom Variants||Flamethrower||The Squirter shoots a burst of fire, which instead deals damage but does not travel as far. Can not be charged.|
|Wind Blower||The Squirter shoots gusts of wind, which pushes fighters further but must be charged fully to be used.|
|Nectar Gun||The Squirter fires a ball of nectar, which heals those it hits. Charging the attack increases the distance it is fired. It can be fired at teammates in Team Battles to heal them.|
|Final Smash||Boom Box||Chibi-Robo pulls out a large Boom Box which creates an area of energy. Fighters within that area are forced to taunt uncontrollably (unless in the air, in which case they will fall helpless), allowing Chibi-Robo to damage them until they are knocked out of the area.|
|Up taunt||Puts his power cord on his head and balances on a single foot with his arms out-stretched before waving them excitedly and stumbling.|
|Side taunt||Jumps rope using his power cord.|
|Down taunt||Twirls his power cord around repeatedly as he taps his right foot against the ground.|
On-Screen Appearance Edit
A Chibi-House falls from the sky and Chibi-Robo steps out of it.
Victory Fanfare Edit
Chibi-Robo's victory fanfare is a remix of the beginning of the Chibi Robo! Photo Finder title theme.
Victory Poses Edit
- A Chibi-Tot dances around Chibi-Robo as he jumps up and down.
- Chibi-Robo climbs out of a giant coffee mug.
- Chibi-Robo plugs into an electrical socket to charge.
Alternate Costumes Edit
|Chibi-Robo's alternate costumes|
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|00||Based off Chibi-Robo's appearance in Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash.|
|01||Based off the colour scheme of Chassy from Chibi-Robo!.|
|02||Based off the appearances of the aliens from Chibi-Robo!.|
|03||Based off the colour scheme of the Free Rangers from Chibi-Robo!.|
|04||Based off the colour scheme of The Great Peekoe from Chibi-Robo!.|
|05||Based off the colour scheme of Sunshine from Chibi-Robo!.|
|06||Based off the colour scheme of the General from Chibi-Robo!.|
|07||Based off the colour scheme of Princess Potts from Chibi-Robo!.|
|08||Based off the colour scheme of Primopuel from Chibi-Robo!.|