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This page details all Assist Trophy characters from Super Smash Bros. Strife.

StarFoxSSBSymbol-White Ver Andross Edit

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 Andross.


Andross
Fig 20 andross
Series StarFoxSymbol Star Fox
Debut title Star Fox
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1993

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WarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Ashley Edit

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 Ashley & Red.


Ashley
Fig 20 ashley
Series WarioSymbol Wario
Debut title WarioWare: Touched!
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2004

Ashley (Japanese: アシュリー Ashurī) is an Assist Trophy character representing the Wario series. She returns from Super Smash Bros. 4.

When summoned, Ashley conjures up a cloud that deals a number of random effects to the fighters within it. These effects include: taking damage while within it, becoming invisible, disabling their ability to double jump or use aerial attacks (instead putting them in their helpless state after they jump once), spawning food that instead of healing deals damage, and shrinks opponents.

Ashley is voiced by Christina Peyser in all regions of the game.

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Ashley is a young witch who lives alongside a small devil named Red inside a large mansion. Despite being so young, Ashley is often depicted as a very serious and introverted girl with a short temper; though despite this wishes to make more friends.

Ashley, though he claims otherwise, is but a mediocre witch with only a 40% success rate in casting spells correctly. Luckily, in Strife, Ashley will always cast her spells without fail.

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Ashley
Ashley
WarioWare: D.I.Y.
Ashley - Smooth Moves
Ashley
WarioWare: Smooth Moves
Ashley-G&amp;W
Ashley
Game & Wario

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While in battle, Ashley will say a variety of quotes.

  • Hocus-Pocus!— Ashley, while conjuring the cloud
  • Good try.— Ashley, should her ally KO an opponent while she is on-screen.
  • You're next.— Ashley, should her ally be KO'd while she is on-screen.
  • Done.— Ashley, before disappearing.


PunchOutSSBSymbol-White Ver Bald Bull Edit

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 Bald Bull.


Bald Bull
Fig 20 baldbull
Series PunchOutSymbol Punch-Out!
Debut title Punch-Out!!
System of origin Arcade
Year of debut 1983

Bald Bull (Japanese: ボールドブル Bōrudo Buru) is an Assist Trophy character representing the Punch-Out!! series.

When spawned from an Assist Trophy, Bald Bull attacks with his signature Bull Charge move, which can KO opponents over 50%. The Bull Charge move has Bald Bull rush forwards a short distance before performing an uppercut.

Erse Yagan voices Bald Bull, as his voice clips are reused from the 2009 Punch-Out!! for the Wii.

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Bald Bull is a Turkish boxer that is a participant of the World Video Boxing Association (WVBA). Hailing from Istanbul, Bald Bull is considered a celebrity in his hometown; being hounded by the paparazzi and having very little privacy.

Under the guise of Mask X, Bald Bull once strove to become the World Arm Wrestling Champion.

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Bald Bull

Introducing Turkey's greatest boxer, it's the reckless Bald Bull! Before going up against Little Mac, Bull's record was impressive, accumulating 34 wins (29 by KO) and only losing 4 times. Many of those wins probably come from his very powerful technique known as the Bull Charge, which he also uses to deal massive damage as an Assist Trophy in Strife.
[NES] Punch-Out!!
[Wii] Punch-Out!!

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Bald Bull
Bald Bull
Punch-Out!
Super Punch Out - Bald Bull sprite
Bald Bull
Super Punch-Out!

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Bald Bull will say a phrase when he performs his Bull Charge technique. Like in the Wii version of Punch-Out!!, he speaks in Turkish. Every time he appears, he will only say one quote.

  • Al lan!— Bald Bull, performing Bull Charge
  • Şimdi gösteririm!— Bald Bull, performing Bull Charge
  • Yerim seni lan!— Bald Bull, performing Bull Charge
  • Seni Bald Bull'dan kimse kurtaramaz.— Bald Bull, successfully making contact with Bull Charge
  • Kahretsin!— Bald Bull, failing to make contact with Bull Charge
  • Vay Be.— Bald Bull, failing to make contact with Bull Charge


SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Barbara Edit

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 Barbara the Bat.


Barbara
SSBB Barbara
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Jam with the Band
Debut title Jam with the Band
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2008

Barbara (Japanese: バーバラ Barbara) is an Assist Trophy character representing the Jam with the Band series. She returns from Super Smash Bros. Brawl after being cut from Super Smash Bros. 4.

When summoned, Barbara will strum on her guitar, creating shockwaves around her which damage her and knock away fighters. The final shockwave she creates is the largest of the shockwaves, and as such does the most damage and knockback.

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Barbara the Bat is the manager of the GB Music store featured in Jam with the Band, and a guitar player. She displays quite an arrogant personality to the player throughout the game.

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Barbara the Bat

In the small but busy Waruwaru Town is a music store called GB Music, managed by the one-and-only Barbara the Bat. Barbara's quite the guitar player, and it's up to the player to launch her career. In Daigasso! Band Brothers, Barbara learns many different songs in a variety of different genres, and can even play songs from other Nintendo games.
[DS] Daigasso! Band Brothers (Japan Only)

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Barbara the Bat
Barbara
Daigasso! Band Brothers
Barbara the Bat 2
Barbara
Daigasso! Band Brothers

TriviaEdit

  • The North American version lists the game of origin on Barbara's trophy and stickers as "Daigasso! Band Brothers", with a note saying "Japan Only" for the trophy description. In PAL regions, this is replaced by "Jam with the Band", as it was released in those regions.


TWEWYSSBSymbol-White Ver Beat Edit

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 Beat.


Beat
Daisukenojo Bito - Kingdom Hearts 3D
Series TWEWYSymbol The World Ends With You
Debut title The World Ends With You
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2007

Daisukenojo Bito (Japanese: 尾藤 大輔之丞 Bitō Daisukenojō), more commonly known as Beat (Japanese: ビイト Bīto), is an Assist Trophy character representing the The World Ends With You series. He is included in the Super Smash Bros. × Square Enix DLC package.

Beat attacks fighters using his Pin, Respect. With Respect, he can deal damage using his skateboard, and can call upon the Noise version of Rhyme to deal minor damage to further away fighters. While this deals massive damage and knockback to fighters hit by it, he can be defeated quite easily, just as in The World Ends With You.

Beat is voiced by Subaru Kimura in Japanese and Crawford Wilson in English.

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Beat was one of the Players that took part in the final Reapers' Games. As a Player, he was given a chance to be resurrected after death, as he and his sister were killed by a speeding car.

In his first Reapers' Game, he was partnered with his sister, Raimu Bito, whom suffered amnesia and did not actually remember Beat in any regard. After the first Reapers' Game in which he participated in, he became a Reaper in order to find a way to resurrect his sister, who was transformed into Noise after the previous game. Finally, in the third Reapers' Game, he gave up being a Reaper in order to aid Neku Sakuraba.

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Beat

Hotheaded and street-smart are two ways you can describe Beat. Or at least, two ways you can describe the way he presents himself. Despite looking like a delinquent, he has a big heart and cares deeply for his sister and his friends. He fights with Neku on the third week of his experience in the UG. With a skateboard as his weapon, he's pretty fast and can deal lots of damage to enemies.
[DS] The World Ends With You

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TWEWY Beat
Beat
The World Ends With You
TWEWY Beat 2
Beat
The World Ends With You

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Beat can say several quotes when he spawns, after he defeats an opponent, and when he disappears or is defeated.

  • Bring it, yo!— Beat, after spawning
  • Let's start this up!— Beat, after spawning
  • “'Bout time you called!— Beat, after spawning
  • Ready for a beat-down?— Beat, after spawning
  • The beat is on!— Beat, after defeating an enemy
  • Take that!— Beat, after defeating an enemy
  • Pick it up!— Beat, after defeating an enemy
  • RHYME!!!— Beat, after being defeated
  • Ouch!— Beat, after being defeated
  • No way...— Beat, after being defeated
  • What?— Beat, after being defeated


KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Broom Hatter Edit

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 Broom Hatter.


Broom Hatter
Fig 20 broomhatter
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby's Dream Land
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1992

Broom Hatter (Japanese: ブルームハッター Burūmuhattā) is an Assist Trophy character representing the Kirby series.

Broom Hatter sweeps the ground as it moves in a single direction. As it sweeps the ground, it will uncover a variety of healing items (precisely, she will uncover Food, Maxim Tomatoes, and Berries), as well as Banana Peels and Watermelons. If none of those items are turned on in the Item Switch menu, then Broom Hater will effectively be useless.

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Broom Hatter is a recurring enemy in the Kirby series, debuting in the series' first title, Kirby's Dream Land. The Broom Hatter, as her name implies, sweeps the levels, and generally does not go out of her way to attack the heroes. Despite her appearance in Smash Bros., she actually is capable of dealing damage to Kirby in a number of titles, though in only one does she grant him a Copy Ability should she be inhaled.

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Boom Hatter

FlagofUSA Look at this strange Kirby enemy. She sweeps all day and sweeps all night, not stopping until she is attacked by Kirby. In Kirby's Dream Land 3, she was the only enemy that would grant Kirby the Clean ability, so if he wanted to make up for his attacking of her, he could aid her in her quest to clean Dream Land.
FlagofEurope Sweep, sweep. Dust, dust. Broom Hatter's got an obsession with cleaning up Dream Land. In Kirby's Dream Land 3, she was one of the few enemies who would grant Kirby the Clean ability once inhaled. It's not the best idea to mock her strange obsession or stop her in the midst of cleaning, as she has been known to attack those who do so.
[SNES] Kirby's Dream Land 3
[3DS] Kirby: Triple Deluxe

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KDL Broom Hatter
Broom Hatter
Kirby's Dream Land
Broom Hatter
Broom Hatter
Kirby Air Ride

Trivia Edit

  • Broom Hatter's North American trophy erroneously states that she is the only enemy to grant Kirby the Clean Copy Ability. In fact, she is one of four enemies in Kirby's Dream Land 3 capable of granting it, alongside Haboki, Keke, and Bukiset. The PAL trophy description rectifies this mistake.
  • Broom Hatter will meteor smash any fighter, excluding the one that spawned her, should she walk off a ledge and hit them from above.
    • In Team Battles, though her meteor smash will not effect the one that spawned her, it will effect their teammates.


PikminSSBSymbol-White Ver Bulborb Edit

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 Bulborb.


Bulborb
Fig 20 chappy
Series PikminSymbol Pikmin
Debut title Pikmin
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2001

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Captain Rainbow Edit

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 Captain Rainbow.


Captain Rainbow
Fig 20 captainrainbow
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Captain Rainbow
Debut title Captain Rainbow
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2008

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Chain Chomp Edit

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 Chain Chomp.


Chain Chomp
Fig 20 wanwan
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario Bros. 3
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1988

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Chain Chomp

FlagofUSA Some dogs are all bark and no bite, but this dog's equal parts bark and bite. The Chain Chomps are impossible to tame, and are usually seen chained to a post. They've made quite a few appearances in Mario titles, where they can only be defeated by an invincible Mario. In Strife, the Chain Chomp will lunge at the fighters who mistakenly draw near it.
FlagofEurope Believe it or not, this intimidating foe acts just like a normal dog. They say the Chain Chomps are impossible to tame, yet some poor sap has to go around and tie them down to the stakes they're stuck to. In Strife, one of these mutts appears as an Assist Trophy, lunging at the fighters that made the mistake of coming near it.
[NES] Super Mario Bros. 3
[Wii] New Super Mario Bros. Wii

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FireEmblemSSBSymbol-White Ver Chrom Edit

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 Chrom.


Chrom
Fig 20 chrom
Series FireEmblemSymbol Fire Emblem
Debut title Fire Emblem Awakening
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

Chrom (Japanese: クロム Kuromu) is an Assist Trophy character representing the Fire Emblem series.

Chrom attacks fighters in a manner similar to a weaker variation of the Critical Hit Final Smash attack used by Marth, Ike, and Lucina, in that, once summoned, he will rush forwards a short distance before slicing to deal massive knockback and damage. Hilariously, Chrom can be defeated should enough damage be dealt to him before he begins travelling forwards (as he strikes a pose after appearing), which causes him to be knocked over in a comical way.

Chrom is voiced by Tomokazu Sugita in Japanese, and Matthew Mercer in English.

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Chrom is the prince (later Exalt) of the Halidom of Ylisse, the main setting of Fire Emblem Awakening. Despite being of a royal class, he leads a militia known as the Shepherds. He is a descendant of Marth, and the father of Lucina, whom travels back in time alongside the children of several other members of the Shepherds during the plot of Awakening.

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Chrom

FlagofUSA The prince of a kingdom known as Ylisse, Chrom is a descendant of the Hero-King Marth. While Chrom doesn't appear as a playable character like his great-great-great.... whatever-grandfather (or his daughter), he does appear in Strife as an Assist Trophy character, mimicking his gre... Marth by performing a move similar to his Final Smash, Critical Hit.
FlagofEurope You wouldn't know it from the way he looks or from the way he acts, but Chrom is actually the prince of Ylisse. He is a soldier, leading a militia known as the Shepherds. Perhaps it is the genes of Marth, his ancestor, who gives him the strength to fight the Risen in Fire Emblem Awakening. Too bad that strength can not be used as much in Super Smash Bros..
[3DS] Fire Emblem Awakening
[U] Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

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Chrom box
Chrom
Fire Emblem Awakening
ChromAwakening
Chrom
Fire Emblem Awakening
Chrom SMTxFE
Chrom
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

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Chrom can say one of five quotes as he performs his attack, and has two quotes that he can say should he be defeated.

  • None can stop me!— Chrom, attacking
  • You're finished!— Chrom, attacking
  • Think again!— Chrom, attacking
  • Your end has come!— Chrom, attacking
  • Time to strike!— Chrom, attacking
  • Save yourself...— Chrom, after being defeated
  • I will get my chance another day...— Chrom, after being defeated


SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Color TV-Game 15 Edit

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 Color TV-Game 15.


Color TV-Game 15
Color TV Game 15 black bordered
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Color TV-Game
Debut title Color TV-Game 15
System of origin Arcade
Year of debut 1977

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DonkeyKongSSBSymbol-White Ver Cranky Kong Edit

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 Cranky Kong.


Cranky Kong
Fig 20 crankykong
Series DKSymbol Donkey Kong
Debut title Donkey Kong Country
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1994

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MetroidSSBSymbol-White Ver Dark Samus Edit

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 Dark Samus.


Dark Samus
Fig 20 darksamus
Series MetroidSymbol Metroid
Debut title Metroid Prime
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2002

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Devil Edit

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 Devil.


Devil
Fig 20 devil
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Devil World
Debut title Devil World
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1984

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RollingWesternSSBSymbol-White Ver Dillon Edit

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 Dillon.


Dillon
Fig 20 jiro
Series RollingWesternSymbol3 Rolling Western
Debut title Dillon's Rolling Western
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Dr. Kawashima Edit

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 Dr. Kawashima.


Dr. Kawashima
SSB4 Kawashima numberless
Series BrainAgeSymbol Brain Age
Debut title Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2005

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Dr. Wright Edit

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 Dr. Wright.


Dr. Wright
SSB4 Dr Wright solo
Series SimCitySymbol SimCity
Debut title SimCity
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1991

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MegaManSSBSymbol-White Ver Elec Man Edit

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 Elec Man.


Elec Man
Fig 20 elecman
Series MegaManSymbol Mega Man
Debut title Mega Man
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1987

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FireEmblemSSBSymbol-White Ver Elincia Edit

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 Elincia.


Elincia
Fig 20 elincia
Series FireEmblemSymbol Fire Emblem
Debut title Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2005

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Excitebike Edit

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 Excitebike.


Excitebike
Excitesprite
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Excite
Debut title Excitebike
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1984

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EarthboundSSBSymbol-White Ver Flying Man Edit

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 Flying Man.


Flying Man
Fig 20 flyingman
Series EarthboundSymbol EarthBound
Debut title EarthBound Beginnings
System of origin Famicom Disk System
Year of debut 1989

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Freya Edit

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 Freya.


Freya
Fig 20 freja
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Zangeki no Reginleiv
Debut title Zangeki no Reginleiv
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2010

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Galacta Knight Edit

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 Galacta Knight.


Galacta Knight
Fig 20 galactiaknight
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby Super Star Ultra
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2008

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Ghirahim Edit

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 Ghirahim.


Ghirahim
Fig 20 ghirahim
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2011

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PacManSSBSymbol-White Ver Ghosts Edit

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 Ghosts.


Ghosts
Fig 20 monsters
Series PacManSymbol Pac-Man
Debut title Pac-Man
System of origin Arcade
Year of debut 1980

Blinky (Japanese: 赤ベイ Akabei), Pinky (Japanese: ピンキー Pinky), Inky (Japanese: 青助 Aosuke), and Clyde (Japanese: 愚図た Guzuta) - collectively known as the Ghosts - are a singular Assist Trophy character representing the Pac-Man series. Respectively, they are red, pink, blue, and orange. The Ghosts previously appeared in Super Smash Bros. 4.

The four ghosts will, when spawned, travel around the screen using algorithms identical to their scripts in the original Pac-Man game: Blinky will take the shortest route possible to the nearest fighter, Pinky tries to flank the nearest fighter, Inky moves randomly trying to avoid the fighters, while Clyde just moves around completely randomly. Each deal little damage on touch, though can not be blocked by shields.

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Ghosts

Pinky, Blinky, Inky, and Clyde. These four ghosts have been haunting Pac-Man for many years, following him through the labyrinths that he travels through. It may look like they like to fly around randomly, but they're actually very strategic in their movements. For instance: Blinky takes the shortest route to Pac-Man, Pinky tries to flank Pac-Man, the cowardly Inky tries to flee from Pac-Man, and Clyde.... well, Clyde's movements are completely random.
[Arcade] PAC-MAN

Blinky

Blinky is the Shadow of the four major ghosts. How? No idea. That's what the original PAC-MAN game nicknamed him. Blinky's said to be the leader of the four ghosts, and he has quite a.... fiery temper. That's no joke, either! In Pac-Man World 2, Blinky fought Pac-Man using a mech that fired.... uhh, fireballs.
[Arcade] PAC-MAN

Pinky

Pinky stands out among the four major ghosts in that she is the only female. Surprisingly, she's actually one of the more threatening ghosts, as she tries to flank Pac-Man in the original arcade game. This has earned her the nickname of "Speedy", and seems to be the polar opposite of Blinky.
[Arcade] PAC-MAN

Inky

There's no denying it: Inky's a coward. In the original PAC-MAN game, he did all he could to get away from Pac-Man. His original nickname was "Bashful", and it's not hard to see why. Since the original game, Inky's personality has been fleshed out more, in that he's now the goofiest and most-fickle out of his three comrades.
[Arcade] PAC-MAN

Clyde

Blinky, Inky, and Pinky. Was it too hard to come up with a fourth name following the conventions set up by the other ghosts? He obviously tries to stand out of the crowd as much as possible, going as far as to just wander around aimlessly in the original Pac-Man arcade game. Sure, the was given the nickname of "Pokey", but we all just called him "The Other One".
[Arcade] PAC-MAN

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Inky Pac-Man 30
Inky
PAC-MAN
Inky Pac-Man original sprite
Inky
PAC-MAN
Blinky Pac-Man 30
Blinky
PAC-MAN
Blinky Pac-Man original sprite
Blinky
PAC-MAN
Clyde Pac-Man 30
Clyde
PAC-MAN
Clyde Pac-Man original sprite
Clyde
PAC-MAN
Pinky Pac-Man 30
Pinky
PAC-MAN
Pinky Pac-Man original sprite
Pinky
PAC-MAN


MetalGearSSBSymbol-White Ver Gray Fox Edit

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 Gray Fox.


Gray Fox
SSBB Gray Fox
Series MetalGearSymbol Metal Gear
Debut title Metal Gear
System of origin MSX2
Year of debut 1987

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Hammer Bro. Edit

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 Hammer Bro..


Hammer Bro.
Fig 20 hammerbros
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario Bros.
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1985

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Heihachi Edit

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 Heihachi.


Heihachi
Heihachi PSASBR
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Tekken
Debut title Tekken
System of origin Arcade
Year of debut 1994

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Helirin Edit

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 Helirin.


Helirin
SSBB Helirin
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Kururin
Debut title Kururin Squash!
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2004

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Infantry & Tanks Edit

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 Infantry and Tank.


Infantry & Tanks
Fig 20 tank
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Nintendo Wars
Debut title Famicom Wars
System of origin Famicom
Year of debut 1988

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BayonettaSSBSymbol-White Ver Jeanne Edit

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 Jeanne.


Jeanne
Jeanne Bayonetta 2 render
Series BayonettaSymbol Bayonetta
Debut title Bayonetta
System of origin Xbox 360
Year of debut 2009

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EarthboundSSBSymbol-White Ver Jeff Edit

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 Jeff Andonuts.


Jeff
Fig 20 jeff
Series EarthboundSymbol EarthBound
Debut title EarthBound
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1994

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Jill Edit

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 Jill.


Jill
SSBB Jill
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Drill Dozer
Debut title Drill Dozer
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2005

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YoshiSSBSymbol-White Ver Kamek Edit

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 Kamek.


Kamek
Fig 20 kamek
Series YoshiSymbol Yoshi
Debut title Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1995

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WarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Kat & Ana Edit

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 Kat and Ana.


Kat & Ana
Fig 20 katana
Series WarioSymbol Wario
Debut title WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2003

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StreetFighterSSBSymbol-White Ver Ken Edit

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Ken
Fig 20 ken d
Series StreetFighterSymbol Street Fighter
Debut title Street Fighter
System of origin Arcade
Year of debut 1987

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PunchOutSSBSymbol-White Ver King Hippo Edit

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 King Hippo.


King Hippo
Fig 20 kinghippo
Series PunchOutSymbol Punch-Out!
Debut title Punch-Out!!
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1987

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Knuckle Joe Edit

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 Knuckle Joe.


Knuckle Joe
Fig 20 joe
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby Super Star
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1996

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StarFoxSSBSymbol-White Ver Krystal Edit

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 Krystal.


Krystal
Fig 20 krystal
Series StarFoxSymbol Star Fox
Debut title Star Fox Adventures
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2002

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Lakitu & Spinies Edit

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 Lakitu and Spiny.


Lakitu & Spinies
Fig 20 jugem
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario Bros.
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1985

Lakitu (Japanese: ジュゲム Jugemu) and the Spinies (sing. Spiny; Japanese: トゲゾー Togezō) he throws (collectively known as Lakitu & Spinies) are Assist Trophy characters representing the Super Mario series. They previously appeared in both Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. 4.

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Both Lakitu and the Spiny are recurring enemies throughout both the Super Mario series and it's Yoshi spin-off. Lakitu is a rare enemy that will fly across the top of the screen in a small cloud. The Lakitu will follow Mario (or any other player character) along the stage, continually tossing Spiny Eggs.

Spinies are spawned from a Lakitu's Spiny Eggs when they hit the ground. In many games, Spinies can not be defeated through normal means, due to their spiked shells preventing players to jump on them, instead requiring a Fire Flower or Star.

In Super Smash Bros. Strife, as with their previous appearances as Assist Trophy characters, both the Lakitu and the Spinies it throws appear in an 8-bit style, using their sprites from Super Mario Bros..

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These annoying little Koopas love to just fly right above Mario, pelting Spinies down into his path. In Super Smash Bros. Strife, they'll just annoy everyone in the battle by doing the same thing. Sure, they may not look like the strongest of enemies, especially when they're just flat little sprites like this, but they can make even the most experienced of players worry, so watch out!
[NES] Super Mario Bros.
[U] Super Mario Maker

Lakitu

Lakitu look smart, but behind those bespectacled eyes hides a strange evil. They ride atop a smiling cloud, but this makes their evil all the more apparent. You'd never expect these guys to toss Spinies at you, but that's precisely what they do in most games. In others, like Super Mario 64, they'll just follow you around, acting as a cameraman for the masses of Mario's fans.
[NES] Super Mario Bros.
[64] Super Mario 64

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Levias Edit

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 Levias.


Levias
Fig 20 narisha
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2011

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FinalFantasySSBSymbol-White Ver Lightning Edit

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 Lightning.


Lightning
FF13 - Lightning
Series FinalFantasySymbol Final Fantasy
Debut title Final Fantasy XIII
System of origin PlayStation 3
Year of debut 2009

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FireEmblemSSBSymbol-White Ver Lyn Edit

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 Lyn.


Lyn
Fig 20 lin
Series FireEmblemSymbol Fire Emblem
Debut title Fire Emblem
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2003

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Mach Rider Edit

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 Mach Rider.


Mach Rider
Mach Rider
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Mach Rider
Debut title Mach Rider
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1985

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Magnus Edit

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 Magnus.


Magnus
Fig 20 magnus
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus Uprising
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

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MetroidSSBSymbol-White Ver Metroid Edit

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 Metroid.


Metroid
Fig 20 metroid
Series MetroidSymbol Metroid
Debut title Metroid
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Midna Edit

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 Midna.


Midna
Fig 20 midna
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2006

Midna (Japanese: ミドナ Midona) is an Assist Trophy character representing the The Legend of Zelda series. She previously appeared in Super Smash Bros. 4.

As an Assist Trophy character, Midna aids the one that spawned her by attacking the other fighters with her hair. Her attacks include grabbing and throwing opponents, or swiping with a dark energy. Both of these attacks were not previously seen in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, and are primarily of original creation.

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Midna was the heir to the throne of the Twilight Realm, a realm that exists parallel to Hyrule. Originally taking on a more humanoid appearance, she was overthrown and cursed by Zant, whom used the power lent to him by Ganondorf to do so. After being cursed, she flees to Hyrule, which has since become Zant's target for invasion. In Hyrule, she meets Link, initially in a wolf form. Believing him to be the divine beast spoken of in Twili lore, she freed him from his prison in Hyrule Castle Town's sewers, and the two worked together to first meet Zelda and later to save Hyrule and usurp Zant from his stolen throne.

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It is said that a world of light can not exist without a darkened half, and in Twilight Princess this is just the case. This masked little being finds the transformed Link in the sewers of Castle Town, and tries to get him to do her bidding. She may seem like she's a bossy little imp, but she can actually be quite caring when she wants to be.... Whenever that is.
[GCN] The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
[U] Hyrule Warriors

Midna [True Form]

How could such a bossy woman be a small imp one second, and a tall Twili woman the next? Well, apparently it was the work of a curse. Midna's good at keeping secrets; who could have guessed that she was in fact the "Twilight Princess" from the game's title? Indeed, she is the ruler of the Twilight Realm, so is it her fault that the Twilight invaded Hyrule? Of course not. Otherwise she wouldn't have freed the one holding the Triforce of Courage.
[GCN] The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
[U] Hyrule Warriors

Wolf Link

Could this be the "divine beast" spoken of in Twili legend? Quite possibly. After all, this is the one who holds the Triforce of Courage in his left hand. Yes, this is Link, he's just taken a different form after coming in contact with the Twilight that has engulfed Hyrule. Midna likes to ride on his back, guiding (er, bossing) him around.
[GCN] The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

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Wolf Link
Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
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Midna
Hyrule Warriors
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Midna
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  • Two stickers depicting Midna come from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD, but in-game are credited to the original release instead.


WarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Mona Edit

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 Mona.


Mona
Fig 20 mona
Series WarioSymbol Wario
Debut title WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2003

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  • Unlike other characters from the WarioWare series that appear as Assist Trophies, Mona does not have a 3D model, instead only appearing as a 2D sprite. This is likely because of how little she appears on screen.


NintendoLandSSBSymbol-White Ver Monita Edit

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 Monita.


Monita
Fig 20 monietor
Series NintendoLandSymbol Nintendo Land
Debut title Nintendo Land
System of origin Wii U
Year of debut 2012

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MetroidSSBSymbol-White Ver Mother Brain Edit

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 Mother Brain.


Mother Brain
Fig 20 motherbrain
Series MetroidSymbol Metroid
Debut title Metroid
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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AnimalCrossingSSBSymbol-White Ver Mr. Resetti Edit

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 Mr. Resetti.


Mr. Resetti
Fig 20 resetsan
Series AnimalCrossingSymbol Animal Crossing
Debut title Dōbutsu no Mori
System of origin Nintendo 64
Year of debut 2001

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Nabbit Edit

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 Nabbit.


Nabbit
Fig 20 totten
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title New Super Mario Bros. U
System of origin Wii U
Year of debut 2012

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Nightmare Edit

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 Nightmare.


Nightmare
Fig 20 nightmare
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby's Adventure
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1993

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NintendogsSSBSymbol-White Ver Nintendog Edit

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Nintendog
Fig 20 nintendogs
Series NintendogsSymbol Nintendogs
Debut title Nintendogs
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2005

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DonkeyKongSSBSymbol-White Ver Pauline Edit

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 Pauline.


Pauline
DK Lady sprite
Series DKSymbol Donkey Kong
Debut title Donkey Kong
System of origin Arcade
Year of debut 1981

Pauline (Japanese: ポリーン Porīn) is an Assist Trophy character representing the Donkey Kong series.

As an Assist Trophy character, Pauline appears as an 8-bit sprite, based off her appearance from the original Donkey Kong arcade title. Similar to her appearance in the aforementioned title, Pauline will quickly run back and forth across the platform on which she was spawned. Touching Pauline can bury opponents and deal slight damage; though occasionally she will shout "HELP!" (which appears in a large font out in front of her), that deals much more damage and knocks opponents away from Pauline.

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Pauline was introduced as the girlfriend of Mario, and acted as the damsel in distress during his first run-in with the giant ape Donkey Kong (who grew old since and has changed his name to Cranky Kong). Though not seen for a long time after her rescue, she later returns to the Mushroom Kingdom as an employee of the Mario Toy Company. Apparently having broken up with Mario, as the two are described as "close friends", she works as the manager of the Super Mini Mario World Theme Park.

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Long-time players may remember Pauline as the helpless lady kidnapped by Donkey Kong in his debut title. Yes, this is her. She's been kidnapped by the big ape many times, yet doesn't hold a grudge. Maybe she finds it fun to be kidnapped? Or maybe she and Donkey Kong just kick back and eat bananas?
[ARC] Donkey Kong
[DS] Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem!

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Phosphora Edit

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 Phosphora.


Phosphora
Fig 20 eleka
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus Uprising
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

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IceClimberSSBSymbol-White Ver Polar Bear Edit

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 Polar Bear.


Polar Bear
Polar Bear SSB3DS
Series IceClimberSymbol Ice Climber
Debut title Ice Climber
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1985

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Poppy Bros. Jr. Edit

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Poppy Bros. Jr.
Fig 20 poppybrosjr
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby's Dream Land
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1992

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DonkeyKongSSBSymbol-White Ver Rambi Edit

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 Rambi.


Rambi
Rambi DKCR
Series DKSymbol Donkey Kong
Debut title Donkey Kong Country
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1994

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Ray MK III Edit

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 Ray MK III.


Ray MK III
SSBB Ray Mk2
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Custom Robo
Debut title Custom Robo Arena
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

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XenobladeSSBSymbol-White Ver Riki Edit

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 Riki.


Riki
Fig 20 riki
Series XenobladeSymbol Xenoblade
Debut title Xenoblade Chronicles
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2010

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Sablé Prince Edit

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 Sablé Prince.


Sablé Prince
SSB4 Sable Prince solo
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru
Debut title Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1992

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Sin&amp;PunishmentSSBSymbol-White Ver Saki Edit

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 Saki Amamiya.


Saki
Fig 20 saki
Series SinPunishmentSymbol Sin & Punishment
Debut title Sin & Punishment
System of origin Nintendo 64
Year of debut 2000

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FZeroSSBSymbol-White Ver Samurai Goroh Edit

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 Samurai Goroh.


Samurai Goroh
Fig 20 goroh
Series FZeroSymbol F-Zero
Debut title F-Zero
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1990

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SonicSSBSymbol-White Ver Shadow Edit

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 Shadow.


Shadow
Fig 20 shadow
Series SonicSymbol Sonic the Hedgehog
Debut title Sonic Adventure 2
System of origin Sega Dreamcast
Year of debut 2001

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Skull Kid Edit

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 Skull Kid.


Skull Kid
Fig 20 skullkid
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
System of origin Nintendo 64
Year of debut 1998

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Souflee Edit

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 Souflee.


Souflee
Fig 20 cake
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus Uprising
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

Souflee (Japanese: ケーク Keeku) is an Assist Trophy character representing the Kid Icarus series.

Similar to Goldeen, the Souflee acts as the "dud" assist. It will fly around the stage, and not deal damage, but can be knocked around when attacked.

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Souflee is a recurring enemy from Kid Icarus: Uprising. Unlike the other enemies present throughout the game, it is not affiliated with any of the four major armies: Palutena's Army, the Underworld Army, Forces of Nature, and the Aurum Army. Also unlike many other enemies, the Souflee does not actually want to harm Pit, and it drops a large number of hearts and bonuses upon defeat.

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Don't be deceived by this cute little cake, as it's actually an enemy known as the Souflee! Pit could defeat these enemies in Kid Icarus: Uprising to gain bonuses, but in Strife, they're pretty useless. Don't bother trying to eat them either, they're not edible. Especially since that "cherry" is actually its eye, and the face printed on both the Souflee's front and back are just marks designed to trick unsuspecting warriors.
[3DS] Kid Icarus: Uprising

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Spike Edit

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 Spike.


Spike
MP10Spike
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario Bros. 3
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1988

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EarthboundSSBSymbol-White Ver Starman Edit

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 Starman.


Starman
Fig 20 starman
Series EarthboundSymbol EarthBound
Debut title EarthBound Beginnings
System of origin Famicom Disk System
Year of debut 1989

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SonicSSBSymbol-White Ver Sticks Edit

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 Sticks.


Sticks
Sticks the Badger
Series SonicSymbol Sonic the Hedgehog
Debut title Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2014

Sticks the Badger (Japanese: スティックス ザ バジャー Sticks the Badger) is an Assist Trophy character representing the Sonic the Hedgehog series. She is included within the Super Smash Bros. × SEGA DLC package.

Sticks aids the one that spawned her by attacking players with her boomerang.

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Sticks the Badger was one of the original characters created for the Sonic Boom series of games, but has since become a recurring protagonist throughout its spin-offs, with appearances in the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie comics and Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games series.

Sticks grew up in the jungles of Bygone Island, with no social interaction. While wild, she has keen survival instincts from her life of living alone. When Dr. Eggman attacked the island, she teamed up with Sonic, Knuckles, Tails, and Amy in order to protect the villages on the island, and take down Dr. Eggman.

In the Sonic Boom Archie comic series and the Worlds Unite Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man crossover series following it, Sticks actively tries to create her own team of warriors to defeat whatever threats they may face. Originally, this team consisted of a prominent television icon from Bygone Island named Comedy Chimp, and the librarian for one of Bygone Island's libraries Fastidious Beaver. After Sigma attacks and characters from many different Sega and Capcom series need to team up to defeat him, she travels to the Street Fighter universe to recruit Ryu, Ken Masters, Chun-Li, and Guile, as Chimp and Beaver proved to be too cowardly.

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FinalFantasySSBSymbol-White Ver Terra Edit

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 Terra.


Terra
DFF2015 Terra 2nd Form
Series FinalFantasySymbol Final Fantasy
Debut title Final Fantasy VI
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1994

Terra Branford (Japanese: ティナ・ブランフォード Tina Buranfōdo) is an Assist Trophy character representing the Final Fantasy series. She is included within the Super Smash Bros. × Final Fantasy DLC package.

When summoned into battle, Terra will use her trademark Riot Blade attack, firing four large crescent-shaped projectiles from her sword at a random opponent, with the final of these four dealing the most amount of damage and knockback.

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The director of Final Fantasy VI, Yoshinori Kitase, stated that the game does not have a single major protagonist, and that all of the party members can hold the title of "main protagonist"; though Terra is the character that appears in the game's logo, and has the most central role in the game's plot. Because of this, she can be considered the first main female protagonist of a Final Fantasy title.

A confused and fearful amnesiac, Terra's shattered memories hold visions that she fears and wishes to forget. She is the daughter of a human woman named Madeline and an Esper man named Maduin. Years later, the Gestahlian Empire invaded the land and she was kidnapped and raised as a living weapon by Emperor Gestahl.

Like the other Final Fantasy characters that appear in Super Smash Bros. Strife, sans Noctis, Terra's appearance is heavily based on her design from the Dissidia Final Fantasy titles. Unlike the other characters however, Terra's appearance also draws heavy inspiration from her in-game sprite from Final Fantasy VI; using her green hair and pink/purple attire as opposed to blonde hair and pink/white attire.

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Just who is Terra Branford? She served as a soldier to the Gestahlian Empire, but it all ended when a mission went terribly wrong. The mission to retrieve an Esper ended with her two partners being killed and her being knocked unconscious. After awakening, she remembers nothing but her first name. Luckily, none other than the rebellious Locke Cole of the Returners finds and helps her throughout the events of Final Fantasy VI.
[SNES] Final Fantasy VI

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Tingle Edit

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 Tingle.


Tingle
Fig 20 tingle
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
System of origin Nintendo 64
Year of debut 2000

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StarFoxSSBSymbol-White Ver Tricky Edit

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 Tricky.


Tricky
Fig 20 tricky
Series StarFoxSymbol Star Fox
Debut title Star Fox Adventures
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2002

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Vic Viper Edit

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 Vic Viper.


Vic Viper
Vic Viper NES
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Gradius
Debut title Gradius
System of origin Arcade
Year of debut 1985

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Wonder Red Edit

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 Wonder Red.


Wonder Red
Fig 20 wonder red
Series SpecialStagesSymbol The Wonderful 101
Debut title The Wonderful 101
System of origin Wii U
Year of debut 2013

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TalesSSBSymbol-White Ver Yuri Edit

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 Yuri Lowell.


Yuri
Smashified yuri lowell from tales of vesperia by siscocentral1915-d9zsskc
Series TalesOfSymbol Tales
Debut title Tales of Vesperia
System of origin Xbox 360
Year of debut 2008

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Zael Edit

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 Zael.


Zael
Fig 20 elza
Series SpecialStagesSymbol The Last Story
Debut title The Last Story
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2011

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Super Smash Bros. Strife   Characters
Playable Characters SSBStrife head icon - Alph 0 Alph SSBStrife head icon - Baby Mario 9 Baby Luigi SSBStrife head icon - Baby Mario 0 Baby Mario SSBStrife head icon - Bayonetta 0 SSBStrife head icon - Bayonetta 5 Bayonetta (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Birdo 0 Birdo SSBStrife head icon - Blaziken 0 Blaziken SSBStrife head icon - Bomberman 0 Bomberman (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Bowser 0 Bowser SSBStrife head icon - Bowser Jr. 0 Bowser Jr. SSBStrife head icon - Captain Falcon 0 Captain Falcon SSBStrife head icon - Charizard 0 Charizard SSBStrife head icon - Chibi-Robo 0 Chibi-Robo SSBStrife head icon - Cloud 0 SSBStrife head icon - Cloud 5 Cloud SSBStrife head icon - Corrin 0 SSBStrife head icon - Corrin 9 Corrin SSBStrife head icon - Daisy 0 Daisy SSBStrife head icon - Dark Pit 0 Dark Pit SSBStrife head icon - Diddy Kong 0 Diddy Kong SSBStrife head icon - Isabelle 9 Digby SSBStrife head icon - Dixie Kong 0 Dixie Kong SSBStrife head icon - Donkey Kong 0 Donkey Kong SSBStrife head icon - Dr. Mario 0 Dr. Mario SSBStrife head icon - Bowser 9 Dry Bowser (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Duck Hunt 0 Duck Hunt SSBStrife head icon - Elma Elma SSBStrife head icon - Falco 0 Falco SSBStrife head icon - Fiora 0 Fiora SSBStrife head icon - Fox 0 Fox SSBStrife head icon - Ganondorf 0 Ganondorf SSBStrife head icon - Geno 0 Geno (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Greninja 0 Greninja SSBStrife head icon - Ice Climbers 0 Ice Climbers SSBStrife head icon - Iggy Koopa Iggy Koopa SSBStrife head icon - Ike 0 Ike SSBStrife head icon - Inkling 0 Inkling SSBStrife head icon - Isaac 0 Isaac SSBStrife head icon - Isabelle 0 Isabelle SSBStrife head icon - Itsuki 0 SSBStrife head icon - Itsuki 8 Itsuki SSBStrife head icon - Ivysaur 0 Ivysaur SSBStrife head icon - Jigglypuff 0 Jigglypuff SSBStrife head icon - King Dedede 0 King Dedede SSBStrife head icon - King K. Rool 0 King K. Rool SSBStrife head icon - Kirby 0 Kirby SSBStrife head icon - KOS-MOS 0 KOS-MOS SSBStrife head icon - Kumatora 0 Kumatora (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Luigi 9 Mr. L (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Lana 0 Lana SSBStrife head icon - Larry Koopa Larry Koopa SSBStrife head icon - Lemmy Koopa Lemmy Koopa SSBStrife head icon - Link 0 Link SSBStrife head icon - Linkle 0 Linkle SSBStrife head icon - Little Mac 0 SSBStrife head icon - Little Mac 7 SSBStrife head icon - Little Mac 8 Little Mac SSBStrife head icon - Lloyd 0 Lloyd (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Lucario 0 Lucario SSBStrife head icon - Lucas 0 Lucas SSBStrife head icon - Lucina 0 Lucina SSBStrife head icon - Ludwig von Koopa Ludwig von Koopa SSBStrife head icon - Luigi 0 Luigi SSBStrife head icon - Mario 0 Mario SSBStrife head icon - Mario 64 0 Mario 64 SSBStrife head icon - Marth 0 Marth SSBStrife head icon - Mega Man 0 Mega Man SSBStrife head icon - Meloetta 0 Meloetta SSBStrife head icon - Meta Knight 0 Meta Knight SSBStrife head icon - Sonic 9 Metal Sonic (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Mewtwo 0 Mewtwo SSBStrife head icon - Mii Brawler 0 Mii Brawler SSBStrife head icon - Mii Gunner 0 Mii Gunner SSBStrife head icon - Mii Swordfighter 0 Mii Swordfighter SSBStrife head icon - Morton Koopa Jr Morton Koopa Jr. SSBStrife head icon - Mr. Game &amp; Watch 0 Mr. Game & Watch SSBStrife head icon - Pac-Man 7 Ms. Pac-Man SSBStrife head icon - Neku 0 Neku (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Ness 0 Ness SSBStrife head icon - NiGHTS 0 NiGHTS (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Noctis 0 Noctis (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Olimar 0 Olimar SSBStrife head icon - Pac-Man 0 SSBStrife head icon - Pac-Man 8 Pac-Man SSBStrife head icon - Palutena 0 Palutena SSBStrife head icon - Paper Mario 9 Paper Luigi SSBStrife head icon - Paper Mario 0 Paper Mario SSBStrife head icon - Peach 0 SSBStrife head icon - Peach 9 Peach SSBStrife head icon - Pichu 0 Pichu SSBStrife head icon - Pikachu 0 Pikachu SSBStrife head icon - Pit 0 Pit SSBStrife head icon - Ravio 0 Ravio (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - R.O.B. 0 R.O.B. SSBStrife head icon - Robin 0 SSBStrife head icon - Robin 9 Robin SSBStrife head icon - Rosalina &amp; Luma 0 Rosalina & Luma SSBStrife head icon - Roy 0 Roy SSBStrife head icon - Roy Koopa Roy Koopa SSBStrife head icon - Ryu 0 Ryu (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Samus 0 Samus SSBStrife head icon - Scizor 0 Scizor SSBStrife head icon - Sheik 0 Sheik SSBStrife head icon - Shulk 0 Shulk SSBStrife head icon - Shy Guy 0 Shy Guy SSBStrife head icon - Snake 0 Snake (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Sonic 0 Sonic SSBStrife head icon - Squirtle 0 Squirtle SSBStrife head icon - Starfy 0 Starfy SSBStrife head icon - Starfy 9 Starly SSBStrife head icon - Takamaru 0 Takamaru SSBStrife head icon - Mario 9 Tanooki Mario (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Tapu Koko 0 Tapu Koko SSBStrife head icon - Tethu &amp; Isuna 0 Tethu & Isuna SSBStrife head icon - Tetra 0 Tetra SSBStrife head icon - Toad 0 Toad SSBStrife head icon - Toad 9 Toadette SSBStrife head icon - Toon Link 0 Toon Link SSBStrife head icon - Toon Zelda 0 Toon Zelda SSBStrife head icon - Victini 0 Victini SSBStrife head icon - Villager 0 SSBStrife head icon - Villager 1 Villager SSBStrife head icon - Wario 0 SSBStrife head icon - Wario 9 Wario SSBStrife head icon - Wendy O. Koopa Wendy O. Koopa SSBStrife head icon - Wii Fit Trainer 0 SSBStrife head icon - Wii Fit Trainer 9 Wii Fit Trainer SSBStrife head icon - Waluigi 0 Waluigi SSBStrife head icon - Wolf 0 Wolf SSBStrife head icon - Yoshi 0 Yoshi SSBStrife head icon - Young Link 0 Young Link SSBStrife head icon - Zelda 0 Zelda SSBStrife head icon - Zero Suit Samus 0 Zero Suit Samus
Assist Characters SSBStrife head icon - Ana Kat & Ana SSBStrife head icon - Andross Andross SSBStrife head icon - Ashley Ashley SSBStrife head icon - Bald Bull Bald Bull SSBStrife head icon - Barbara Barbara SSBStrife head icon - Beat Beat (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Blinky Ghosts SSBStrife head icon - Broom Hatter Broom Hatter SSBStrife head icon - Bulborb Bulborb SSBStrife head icon - Chain Chomp Chain Chomp SSBStrife head icon - Chrom Chrom SSBStrife head icon - Clyde Ghosts SSBStrife head icon - Cranky Kong Cranky Kong SSBStrife head icon - Dark Samus Dark Samus SSBStrife head icon - Devil Devil SSBStrife head icon - Dillon Dillon SSBStrife head icon - Elec Man Elec Man SSBStrife head icon - Elincia Elincia SSBStrife head icon - Excitebike Excitebike SSBStrife head icon - Flying Man Flying Man SSBStrife head icon - Freya Freya SSBStrife head icon - Galacta Knight Galacta Knight SSBStrife head icon - Ghirahim Ghirahim SSBStrife head icon - Samurai Goroh Samurai Goroh SSBStrife head icon - Gray Fox Gray Fox (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Hammer Bro. Hammer Bro. SSBStrife head icon - Heihachi Heihachi (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Helirin Helirin SSBStrife head icon - King Hippo King Hippo SSBStrife head icon - Infantry Infantry & Tanks SSBStrife head icon - Inky Ghosts SSBStrife head icon - Jeanne Jeanne (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Jeff Jeff SSBStrife head icon - Jill Jill SSBStrife head icon - Kamek Kamek SSBStrife head icon - Kat Kat & Ana SSBStrife head icon - Dr. Kawashima Dr. Kawashima SSBStrife head icon - Ken Ken (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Knuckle Joe Knuckle Joe SSBStrife head icon - Krystal Krystal SSBStrife head icon - Lakitu Lakitu & Spinies SSBStrife head icon - Levias Levias SSBStrife head icon - Lightning Lightning SSBStrife head icon - Lyn Lyn SSBStrife head icon - Mach Rider Mach Rider SSBStrife head icon - Magnus Magnus SSBStrife head icon - Metroid Metroid SSBStrife head icon - Midna Midna SSBStrife head icon - Mona Mona SSBStrife head icon - Monita Monita SSBStrife head icon - Mother Brain Mother Brain SSBStrife head icon - Nabbit Nabbit SSBStrife head icon - Nightmare Nightmare SSBStrife head icon - Nintendog Nintendog SSBStrife head icon - Pauline Pauline SSBStrife head icon - Phosphora Phosphora SSBStrife head icon - Pinky Ghosts SSBStrife head icon - Polar Bear Polar Bear SSBStrife head icon - Poppy Bros. Jr. Poppy Bros. Jr. SSBStrife head icon - Captain Rainbow Captain Rainbow SSBStrife head icon - Rambi Rambi SSBStrife head icon - Ray MK. III Ray MK. III SSBStrife head icon - Mr. Resetti Mr. Resetti SSBStrife head icon - Riki Riki SSBStrife head icon - Sablé Prince Sablé Prince SSBStrife head icon - Saki Saki SSBStrife head icon - Shadow Shadow SSBStrife head icon - Sheriff Sheriff SSBStrife head icon - Skull Kid Skull Kid SSBStrife head icon - Souflee Souflee SSBStrife head icon - Spike Spike SSBStrife head icon - Spiny Lakitu & Spinies SSBStrife head icon - Starman Starman SSBStrife head icon - Sticks Sticks (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Tank Infantry & Tanks SSBStrife head icon - Terra Terra (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Tingle Tingle SSBStrife head icon - Tricky Tricky SSBStrife head icon - Vic Viper Vic Viper (DLC) SSBStrife head icon - Wonder Red Wonder Red SSBStrife head icon - Dr. Wright Dr. Wright SSBStrife head icon - Yuri Yuri SSBStrife head icon - Zael Zael
Poké Ball Pokémon 460MS Abomasnow 493MS Arceus 531MS Audino 015MS Beedrill 182MS Bellossom 009MS Blastoise 438MS Bonsly 251MS Celebi 650MS Chespin 344MS Claydol 491MS Darkrai 702MS Dedenne 225MS Delibird 719MS Diancie 132MS Ditto 085MS Dodrio 149MS Dragonite 101MS Electrode 244MS Entei 103MS Exeggutor 653MS Fennekin 475MS Gallade 282MS Gardevoir 649MS Genesect 094MS Gengar 074MS Geodude 487MS Giratina 118MS Goldeen 706MS Goodra 711MS Gourgeist 316MS Gulpin 701MS Hawlucha 612MS Haxorus 106MS Hitmonlee 720MS Hoopa 686MS Inkay 385MS Jirachi 647ResoluteMS Keldeo 646MS Kyurem 608MS Lampent 380MS 381MS Latias and Latios 249MS Lugia 068MS Machamp 462MS Magnezone 490MS Manaphy 052MS Meowth 151MS Mew 620MS Mienshao 446MS Munchlax 501MS Oshawott 018MS Pidgeot 233MS Porygon2 409MS Rampardos 384MS Rayquaza 112MS Rhydon 407MS Roserade 722MS Rowlet 495MS Snivy 143MS Snorlax 000MS Solgaleo 120MS Staryu 245MS Suicune 192MS Sunflora 175MS Togepi 709MS Trevenant 201MS Unown 584MS Vanilluxe 003MS Venusaur 461MS Weavile 110MS Weezing 202MS Wobbuffet 716MS Xerneas 717MS Yveltal 571MS Zoroark 718MS Zygarde
Smash Run Enemies SSBStrife head icon - Ant Trooper Ant Trooper SSBStrife head icon - Banzai Bill Banzai Bill SSBStrife head icon - Bonkers Bonkers SSBStrife head icon - Boom Stomper Boom Stomper SSBStrife head icon - Bronto Burt Bronto Burt SSBStrife head icon - Bubble Bubble SSBStrife head icon - Bulblin Bulblin SSBStrife head icon - Bulborb Bulborb SSBStrife head icon - Bullet Bill Bullet Bill SSBStrife head icon - Chain Chomp Chain Chomp 609MS Chandelure SSBStrife head icon - ChuChu ChuChu 615MS Cryogonal SSBStrife head icon - Cucco Cucco SSBStrife head icon - Darknut Darknut SSBStrife head icon - Devil Car Devil Car SSBStrife head icon - Dry Bones Dry Bones SSBStrife head icon - Flame Chomp Flame Chomp