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Pokémon
(SSB universe)
PokemonLogo
PokémonSymbol
Developer Game Freak
Creatures Inc.
Publisher Nintendo
First release Pokémon Red and Green Versions (1996)
Console of origin GB

The Pokémon universe refers to the Pokémon series in reference to its representation within the Super Smash Bros. series of fighting games. Pokémon, created by Game Freak's Satoshi Tajiri, is a role-playing game that is centered on fictional creatures called "Pokémon", which humans capture and train to fight each other for sport. The franchise now spans video games, trading card games, animated television shows and movies, comic books, and toys. Pokémon is the second-most successful and lucrative video game-based media franchise in the world.

As expected, Pokémon has rather large representation in the Super Smash Bros. series, canonically having the most playable characters throughout the games as well as many other Pokémon creatures having smaller cameos appearances elsewhere.

Canon ContentEdit

Super Smash Bros. Edit

Playable Characters Edit

SSB64 Pikachu
Pikachu SSB head
Pikachu Pikachu is an Electric-type Mouse Pokémon and is the main representative or mascot of the franchise and its anime. Pikachu is a fast, lightweight character who exceeds in combos. Quick Attack is a very diverse move that helps Pikachu's mobility and recovery. It is widely regarded as the strongest character in the metagame.
Jigglypuff SSB
Jigglypuff SSB head
Jigglypuff Jigglypuff is a Normal-type Balloon Pokémon. It is the lightest character in the game and moves very slow on the ground. To make up for this, it moves very fast in the air. Rest normally leaves Jigglypuff very vulnerable, but if the opponent is right next to it, they will be sent flying by this attack.

Stages Edit

Saffron SSB64
Saffron City The Saffron City stage takes place atop the roof of the Silph Co. headquarters located in the city of the same name and its nearby buildings. Five Pokémon can appear from a door on the roof of the Silph Co. building: Chansey (heals 5% to those who come in contact with it), Charmander (deals damage on touch, but will also occasionally fire a flamethrower attack), Electrode (explodes after a short amount of time), Porygon (rushes out of the door quickly, dealing damage both while it travels and when it stops), and Venusaur (fires razor leaf projectiles).

Items Edit

Pokeball64
Poké Ball The Poké Ball is a major item featured within the Pokémon series, used to hold captured Pokémon. In Super Smash Bros., the Poké Ball acts the same way, unleashing a random Pokémon when it is thrown by a fighter.

Poké Ball Pokémon Edit

Charizard64
Charizard Charizard uses flamethrower, breathing fire on either side of it as it turns its head.
Blastoise64
Blastoise Blastoise uses Water Pump, firing blasts of water forwards to deal damage to those that hit them.
Beedrill64
Beedrill Beedrill uses Take Down. When it spawns, it flies off the screen, before a storm of Beedrill fly in from off-screen, dealing damage on touch.
Clefairy64
Clefairy Clefairy uses Metronome, allowing it to use the attack of any other Poké Ball Pokémon in the game, including Mew. This can be very helpful depending on the move used.
Meowth64
Meowth Meowth uses Pay Day, and it throws gold coins out in a wide spread in front of it that all deal damage.
Onix64
Onix Onix uses Rock Throw, throwing large boulders from off-screen. Onix also deals damage as it travels off-screen.
Hitmonlee64
Hitmonlee Hitmonlee uses Jump Kick, jumping towards a random opponent to deal damage as it kicks them.
Koffing64
Koffing Koffing uses Smog, emitting green smoke that deals damage on touch.
Chansey64
Chansey Chansey uses Softboiled, throwing out three eggs that can either contain items or explode.
Goldeen64
Goldeen Goldeen uses Splash. It does nothing, and acts as a dud summon.
Starmie64
Starmie Starmie uses Swift, flying towards and random opponent before hovering in mid-air and firing small star-shaped projectiles across the stage.
Snorlax64
Snorlax Snorlax uses Body Slam, jumping off-screen before crashing down at a larger size as it falls through the stage to deal damage.
Mew64
Mew Mew is the only Legendary Pokémon that can be summoned from a Poké Ball. It has a 1 in 151 chance of appearing, but does not do anything upon spawning, instead just hovering before flying off-screen.

Music Edit

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Track 12 Track 12 (unnamed) is the main background music for the Saffron stage. It is an orchestration based on the opening theme of Pokémon Red and Blue.
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Track 22 Track 22 (unnamed) plays whenever Pikachu or Jigglypuff wins a match. Like track 12, it is an orchestration based on the opening theme of Pokémon Red and Blue.

Super Smash Bros. Melee Edit

Playable Characters Edit

Pikachu SSBM
Pikachu SSBM head
Pikachu Pikachu, the electric-type mascot of the Pokémon franchise, appears once more in Super Smash Bros. Melee. He, like all returning veterans, has a new special attack, with his side special being Skull Bash.
Jigglypuff SSBM
Jigglypuff SSBM head
Jigglypuff Jigglypuff, the normal-type Pokémon, returns once more in Super Smash Bros. Melee. It's original standard special move, Pound, has been moved to its side special move, and has gained Rollout as a new standard special.
Mewtwo SSBM
Mewtwo SSBM head
Mewtwo Mewtwo, the psychic-type Genetic Pokémon, appears in Super Smash Bros. Melee as a newcomer fighter and is the first Legendary Pokémon to appear as a playable character in the Super Smash Bros. series. Despite it weighing 269 lbs. in the Pokémon series, Melee instead shows it to be very light and floaty.
Pichu SSBM
Pichu SSBM head
Pichu Pichu, the electric-type pre-evolution of Pikachu, appears as a newcomer fighter in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Introduced as one of the clone fighters, Pichu plays very similarly to Pikachu, being slightly lighter and faster. It takes recoil damage from all electric attacks.

Stages Edit

Pokemonstadium
Kanto:
Pokémon Stadium
PokeFloats
Kanto Skies:
Poké Floats

Items Edit

Poké Ball Pokémon Edit

Venusaur Pokeball SSBM
Venusaur Venusaur uses Earthquake, shaking the ground around it to deal damage to those near it on the same platform.
Charizard Pokeball SSBM
Charizard Charizard returns from Super Smash Bros., still using the same attack.
Blastoise SSBM Pokeball
Blastoise Blastoise returns from Super Smash Bros., still using the same attack.
Clefairy Metronome Attacks SSBM
Clefairy Clefairy returns from Super Smash Bros., still using the same attack. Despite that, Clefairy can no longer use the attack of any Poké Ball summon; instead being limited to four attacks. Clefairy can now use Gust (creating a whirlwind around it that will deal damage to fighters), Fire Spin (burns the ground around Clefairy, damaging those in the fire), Waterfall (deals damage multiple times and can deal high knockback, effectively KOing fighters off the top of the screen), and Self Destruct (where Clefairy explodes to deal high damage and knockback).
Electrode Pokeball SSBM
Electrode Electrode uses Explosion, exploding after charging up for a few moments. Moments before its explosion, Electrode can be picked up by any fighter and thrown.
Weezing Pokeball SSBM
Weezing Weezing uses Smog, replacing its pre-evolution Koffing from the previous game. Smog acts the same as in the previous game, but now with slightly more range.
Chansey Pokeball SSBM
Chansey Chansey returns from Super Smash Bros., still using the same attack.
Goldeen Pokeball SSBM
Goldeen Goldeen returns from Super Smash Bros., still using the same attack.
Staryu SSBM Pokeball
Staryu Staryu uses Swift, replacing its evolution Starmie from the previous game. Swift acts the same as in the previous game.
Snorlax Pokeball SSBM
Snorlax Snorlax returns from Super Smash Bros., still using the same attack.
Articuno Articuno uses Icy Wind, dealing massive damage and knockback to the fighters that touch it.
Zapdos Zapdos uses Thunder Shock, to deal damage multiple times and trapping the opponents near it.
Moltres Moltres uses Fly, to deal damage upon touch before flying off the top of the screen.
Mew Mew returns from Super Smash Bros., still using the same attack. The first time Mew is seen, the player is awarded with a notice.
Chikorita Chikorita uses Razor Leaf, throwing crescent-shaped leaves forwards a fair distance multiple times.
Cyndaquil Cyndaquil uses Flamethrower, creating a stream of fire from its back as it is propelled a short distance above the ground.
Togepi Togepi uses Metronome, and can deal one of four attacks to the summoner's opponents. Togepi can use Leech Seed (plants a flower atop every fighter's head, to deal slight damage over time), Powder Snow (freezes and slightly damages the fighters near it), Sleep Powder (makes those near to it fall asleep), Magnitude (shaking the ground to deal slight damage and bury those near it), and Night Shade (turns the screen black, blinding all fighters).
Bellossom Bellossom uses Sleep Powder, making those near it fall asleep for a short period of time.
Marill Marill uses Surf, rushing forwards to deal damage with every hit.
Unown Unown uses Hidden Power. Unown flies off-screen before a storm of Unown return to deal damage. Unown replaces Beedrill from the previous game.
Wobbuffet Wobbuffet uses Counter, rocking back and fourth when hit by an attack or item to deal damage to those that come in contact with it.
Scizor Scizor uses Metal Claw, travelling towards a fighter to deal damage with its claws. Scizor replaces Hitmonlee from the previous game.
Porygon2 Porygon2 uses Tackle, travelling at a high speed for a short distance to deal massive damage and knockback, before disappearing.
Raikou Raikou uses Spark, to deal massive damage to those that touch it. An interesting point to make is that Raikou's attack has the largest hitbox of any attack in the Super Smash Bros. series.
Entei Entei uses Fire Spin, creating a column of fire around it that raises high off the top of the screen.
Suicune Suicune uses Blizzard, covering itself in an icy wind that causes damage and may briefly freeze opponents that touch it.
Lugia Lugia uses Aeroblast, firing a powerful energy from the background of the stage that travels randomly.
Ho-Oh Ho-Oh uses Sacred Fire, creating a large column of fire as it flies in the background of the stage.
Celebi Celebi makes an appearance, and acts very similar to Mew. Celebi only appears after all characters, the sound test, the score display feature and stages have been unlocked, and all event matches completed. It has a 2 in 251 chance of appearing. The first time Celebi appears, the player receives a notification and the Celebi trophy.
Ditto SSBM debug
Ditto
(Unused)
Ditto is a normal-type Pokémon well known for its ability to transform into any other Pokémon. Due to complications with coding, Ditto was not completely implemented into the full game. Players can spawn Ditto via hacking, though it will only say "Metamon!" (its Japanese name) before disappearing.

Music Edit

Trophies Edit

Super Smash Bros. Brawl Edit

Playable Characters Edit

PikachuBrawl
Pikachu SSBB head
Pikachu Pikachu, the electric-type mascot of the Pokémon franchise, returns once more in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. He, like other veteran characters, now has a new Final Smash attack, with him gaining his Volt Tackle attack from the Pokémon.
Jigglypuff SSBB
Jigglypuff SSBB head
Jigglypuff The Balloon Pokémon, Jigglypuff, also returns from both Super Smash Bros. and Melee. Jigglypuff has been generally made weaker from her appearance in Melee, though now also has a Final Smash attack: Puff Up.
Pokémon Trainer SSBB
Pokémon Trainer SSBB head
Pokémon Trainer The Pokémon Trainer (whose appearance is based off the character Red from Pokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, LeafGreen and FireRed Versions) debuts as a newcomer fighter in Brawl. Unlike other characters, the Pokémon Trainer does not directly fight the other fighters, instead commanding three different Pokémon to fight for him.

The first Pokémon is Squirtle, the water-type Kanto starter Pokémon. Squirtle is a fast and weak fighter, who uses Water-type attacks in battle.

The second is Ivysaur, the grass/poison-type Pokémon. Ivysaur is slower than Squirtle but more powerful. He is not as efficient a fighter in the air, with his recovery being based around tether recovery.

Finally, the popular fire/flying-type Pokémon, Charizard. Charizard, whom has been long requested to be playable in Super Smash Bros., is a very powerful fighter. While Charizard is not slow on the ground, he isn't fast either. His aerial speed is increased due to his proficient ability to glide.

Together, all the Pokémon attack during the Pokémon Trainer's Final Smash.

SquirtleSmash
Squirtle SSBB head
Squirtle
IvysaurSmash
Ivysaur SSBB head
Ivysaur
CharizardSmash
Charizard SSBB head
Charizard
Lucario SSBB
Lucario SSBB head
Lucario Lucario, the aura-based fighting/steel-type Pokémon from Generation IV, makes his debut as a Super Smash Bros. fighter. Lucario's attack power is increased the more damage he takes, thus making him quite powerful at higher percentages.
SSB4U3D Mewtwo
Mewtwo
(Unused)
Mewtwo, the psychic-type legendary Pokémon from Generation I, was initially planned to be playable in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, but was cut during development. The data that exists within the game's coding shows that Mewtwo was scrapped later than other characters, with him having a fanfare, a Wii Remote selection sound (both of which are empty, however), and a graphics file.
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Plusle & Minun
(Unused)
While not directly confirmed to be Plusle & Minun, two electric-type Pokémon from Generation III, a character file named "pra_mai" appears in the game's files for Brawl. The identity of "pra_mai" is disputed, though many believe it to be either Plusle and Minun as a co-operative fighter, or the data for the random button.

Stages Edit

Stadium2
Pokémon Stadium 2 Pokémon Stadium 2 is, as its name implies, the successor to the original Pokémon Stadium map from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Pokémon Stadium 2 features four new stage transformations: electric, ice, flying, and ground; and each transformation features various background Pokémon.
SpearPillar
Spear Pillar Spear Pillar, a stage loosely based on the area of the same name from Pokémon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum Versions, makes an appearance in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The stage consists of two parallel solid platforms, though Dialga, Palkia, and Cresselia, whom can all appear in the background of the stage, can mess with the stage an attack the fighters as they watch the battle. Additionally, Azelf, Uxie, and Mesprit, three other legendary Pokémon, make appearances, but do not mess with the battle.
Pokemonstadium
Melee Stages:
Pokémon Stadium
Pokémon Stadium returns from Melee. The stage itself is identical to its appearance in Melee.

Items Edit

Poké Ball Pokémon Edit

Music Edit

Stickers Edit

Trophies Edit

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U Edit

Playable Characters Edit

SSB4U3D Pikachu
Pikachu SSB4 head
Pikachu Pikachu, the electric-type Pokémon, returns once again. Pikachu has been both buffed and nerfed from Brawl, though many consider him to be primarily the former.
SSB4U3D Jigglypuff
Jigglypuff SSB4 head
Jigglypuff Since the release of Brawl, the Pokémon series has included a new type. Jigglypuff, whom returns from all previous iterations of the series, now serves as the sole representative of the new fairy type. Since Brawl, Jigglypuff has been primarily nerfed in attacking power, especially since the shields have been significantly weakened thus making them less useful for Jigglypuff.
SSB4U3D Lucario
Lucario SSB4 head
Lucario
SSB4U3D Charizard
Charizard SSB4 head
Charizard
SSB4U3D Greninja
Greninja SSB4 head
Greninja Greninja makes an appearance as a newcomer to the Super Smash Bros. series, being the sole representation of the Pokémon series' then-newest "generation" of games: Generation VI. Greninja's moveset takes inspiration from ninjas and their abilities that are usually shown in fiction. This fits well with him, considering that he is a water and dark-type Pokémon.
SSB4U3D Mewtwo
Mewtwo SSB4 head
Mewtwo
(DLC)

Stages Edit

Items Edit

Poké Ball Pokémon Edit

Music Edit

Stickers Edit

Trophies Edit

Fanon ContentEdit

Super Smash Bros. Strife Edit

Playable Characters Edit

SSB4U3D Pikachu
SSBStrife head icon - Pikachu 0
Pikachu Pikachu returns, after being a playable character in all previous Super Smash Bros. titles. Pikachu has been generally buffed from Super Smash Bros. 4.
SSB4U3D Jigglypuff
SSBStrife head icon - Jigglypuff 0
Jigglypuff Jigglypuff returns from all previous Super Smash Bros. titles, but has several new attacks that are based around the new fairy typing.
SSB4U3D Mewtwo
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Mewtwo
SSB4U3D Lucario
SSBStrife head icon - Lucario 0
Lucario
SSB4U3D Greninja
SSBStrife head icon - Greninja 0
Greninja
SSB4U3D Charizard
SSBStrife head icon - Charizard 0
Charizard
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Squirtle
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SSBStrife head icon - Ivysaur 0
Ivysaur
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SSBStrife head icon - Pichu 0
Pichu
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Victini
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Meloetta
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Blaziken
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Scizor

Poké Ball Pokémon Edit

003Venusaur
Venusaur
009Blastoise
Blastoise
201Unown
Unown
052Meowth
Meowth
106Hitmonlee
Hitmonlee
110Weezing
Weezing
118Goldeen
Goldeen
120Staryu
Staryu
143Snorlax
Snorlax
647Keldeo-Resolute
Keldeo
101Electrode
Electrode
182Bellossom
Bellossom
183Marill
Marill
202Wobbuffet
Wobbuffet
233Porygon2
Porygon2
245Suicune
Suicune
282Gardevoir
Gardevoir
316Gulpin
Gulpin
438Bonsly
Bonsly
461Weavile
Weavile
490Manaphy
Manaphy
244Entei
Entei
460Abomasnow
Abomasnow
487Giratina-Altered
Giratina
491Darkrai
Darkrai
493Arceus
Arceus
495Snivy
Snivy
501Oshawott
Oshawott
571Zoroark
Zoroark
646Kyurem
Kyurem
649Genesect
Genesect
650Chespin
Chespin
653Fennekin
Fennekin
702Dedenne
Dedenne
686Inkay
Inkay
249Lugia
Lugia
251Celebi
Celebi
151Mew
Mew
385Jirachi
Jirachi
531Audino
Audino
720Hoopa
Hoopa
074Geodude
Geodude
112Rhydon
Rhydon
409Rampardos
Rampardos
719Diancie
Diancie
718Zygarde
Zygarde
149Dragonite
Dragonite
085Dodrio
Dodrio
192Sunflora
Sunflora
709Trevenant
Trevenant
344Claydol
Claydol
711Gourgeist
Gourgeist
407Roserade
Roserade
103Exeggutor
Exeggutor
094Gengar
Gengar
620Mienshao
Mienshao
015Beedrill
Beedrill
701Hawlucha
Hawlucha
018Pidgeot
Pidgeot
384Rayquaza
Rayquaza
475Gallade
Gallade
068Machamp
Machamp
608Lampent
Lampent
225Delibird
Delibird
612Haxorus
Haxorus
584Vanilluxe
Vanilluxe
132Ditto
Ditto
462Magnezone
Magnezone
706Goodra
Goodra
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