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This page details all Poké Ball Pokémon from Super Smash Bros. Strife.

It should be noted that some Pokémon use attacks in Smash Bros. that they are incapable of learning in the Pokémon series.


PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Abomasnow Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Abomasnow.


Abomasnow
460Abomasnow
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

Abomasnow (Japanese: ユキノオー Yukinooh) is a Grass/Ice-type Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It previously appeared in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U.

In battle, Abomasnow uses both the Blizzard and Ice Punch attacks. In order, Abomasnow uses Blizzard twice to deal slight damage and draw fighters in, trapping them before knocking them away (and potentially freezing them) with the Ice Punch attack. It will repeat this routine twice before going away.

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According to its various Pokédex entries from throughout the Pokémon series, Abomasnow live atop mountains, hiding themselves within blizzards that they create. They are seldom seen in their entirety, as they primarily come out when snow flowers bloom, only to retreat home once their petals fall.

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FlagofUSA There are very few Grass/Ice-type Pokémon known to the general populace of the world, with Snover and its (frankly, a little intimidating) evolution Abomasnow being among the few that have been discovered. In Smash Bros., Abomasnow attacks fighters with both the Blizzard and Ice Punch attacks, bringing home the fact that it is part Ice-type.
FlagofEurope Powerful and intimidating, Abomasnow is the evolution of the (not-at-all-intimidating) Snover. A powerful Grass and Ice-type Pokémon, Abomasnow is often thought to be an apparition by hikers lost in the blizzards it hides itself with. In Smash Bros., Abomasnow controls the winds, attacking fighters with the powerful Blizzard attack before finishing them off with an Ice Punch.
[DS] Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions

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  • As female and male Abomasnow have slight differences in appearances (with females having longer hair on their chests), it is evident the Abomasnow in Strife is a male. Nonetheless, the game refers to it, like most Pokémon, as genderless.


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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Arceus.


Arceus
493Arceus
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

Arceus (Japanese: アルセウス Arceus) is a Normal-type Mythical Pokémon introduced in Generation IV. It previously appeared in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. As it is a Mythical Pokémon, it can be summoned by both Poké Balls and Master Balls.

In battle, Arceus uses the move Gravity. In the Pokémon series, Gravity allows both Flying-type Pokémon and Pokémon with the Levitate ability to take damage from Ground-type attacks and attacks such as Toxic Spikes, Spikes, and Arena Trap. In Super Smash Bros. Strife, Gravity instead knocks all airborne fighters downwards as if hit by a meteor smash attack. Arceus will use Gravity thrice before disappearing.

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According to Sinnoh legends, Arceus is the creator of both the Sinnoh and Ransei regions, and quite possibly the entire Pokémon universe. It is a Mythical Pokémon that can only be summoned by using the Azure Flute at Spear Pillar, thus granting permission to the Hall of Origin where it can be fought and captured. Using different Plates, Arceus is able to change its type.

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Sinnoh legends tell that Arceus was born from an egg in a void of nothingness only to create the entirety of the world with its 1000 arms. Of course, legends are just legends, there's no way to know if Arceus actually did create the world inhabited by Pokémon, and for many years it was debated whether Arceus still existed. Of course appearing in Smash Bros. with the ability to alter gravity definitely proves that Arceus is a powerful Pokémon, and that it certainly exists.
[DS] Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Audino.


Audino
531Audino
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

Audino (Japanese: タブンネ Tabunne) is a Normal-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V.

In battle, Audino will use Heal Pulse to heal all fighters around it by 15% damage. Audino will release Heal Pulse twice before disappearing. If Audino is attacked, it will retaliate by using Double Slap to deal damage and immediately disappear, disregarding if it has used Heal Pulse twice or not.

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Audino was introduced in Generation V and could be found on any Unova route through rustling grass. In the anime series, Audino replaced Blissey and Chansey as Nurse Joy's Pokémon of choice.

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The Normal-type Audino is known as the Hearing Pokémon. While that may seem like an odd title, it is incredibly fitting, as Audino uses the feelers on its ears to understand how humans and other Pokémon feel. In the television show, Nurse Joys all over Unova had Audino aid them in their work. Once given the Audinite, Audino is capable of Mega Evolving into the Normal/Fairy-type Mega Audino.
[DS] Pokémon Black and White Versions

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Beedrill.


Beedrill
015Beedrill
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Bellossom Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Bellossom.


Bellossom
182Bellossom
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Blastoise Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Blastoise.


Blastoise
009Blastoise
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Bonsly.


Bonsly
438Bonsly
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2005

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Celebi Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Celebi.


Celebi
251Celebi
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Chespin Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Chespin.


Chespin
650Chespin
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Claydol.


Claydol
344Claydol
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2002

Claydol (Japanese: ネンドール Nendoll) is a Ground/Psychic-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III.

In battle, Claydol attacks with the Rapid Spin attack. It travels across the stage in a single direction, spinning at high speeds to trap opponents against it as it spins to deal damage. After travelling a short distance, Claydol will stop which will knock away the fighters trapped against it.

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Claydol evolves from Baltoy at level 36. According to its Pokédex entries from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions, Claydol are mud dolls created by an ancient civilization over 20,000 years ago and brought to life by being exposed to a mysterious ray.

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Claydol is a strange looking Pokémon, isn't it? Its Pokédex entries in Ruby and Sapphire say that it is a doll created by an ancient civilization brought to life by a mysterious ray.
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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Darkrai.


Darkrai
491Darkrai
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Dedenne Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Dedenne.


Dedenne
702Dedenne
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Delibird.


Delibird
225Delibird
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Diancie Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Diancie.


Diancie
719Diancie
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Ditto Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Ditto.


Ditto
132Ditto
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Dodrio Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Dodrio.


Dodrio
085Dodrio
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Dragonite Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Dragonite.


Dragonite
149Dragonite
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Drampa.


Drampa
780Drampa
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Sun and Moon
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2016

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Electrode Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Electrode.


Electrode
101Electrode
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Entei.


Entei
244Entei
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Exeggutor.


Exeggutor
103Exeggutor
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

Exeggutor (Japanese: ナッシー Nassy) is a Grass/Psychic-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I.

In battle, Exeggutor deals damage using Stomp. It will initially stay in place a stomp, meteor smashing fighters should they be on a platform through which they can travel or burying those on ones that they can't, but nonetheless dealing massive damage to those near it. It will do this four times before disappearing.

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Exeggutor was introduced in Generation I, where it evolves from Exeggcute once given a Leaf Stone. Throughout the series, it has always boasted a rather goofy appearance, with three heads hanging from its branches like coconuts. According to various Pokédex entries from throughout the series, its heads can continue on as Exeggcute should they fall off once they grow too large.

In Pokémon Sun and Moon, a regional variant of Exeggutor was introduced. This Exeggutor is a Grass/Dragon-type Pokémon, and seems to be based more on tropical palm trees than the in-land version that serves as the base for its normal design.

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Fennekin Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Fennekin.


Fennekin
653Fennekin
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Gallade.


Gallade
475Gallade
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Gardevoir Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Gardevoir.


Gardevoir
282Gardevoir
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2002

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Genesect Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Genesect.


Genesect
649Genesect
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Gengar.


Gengar
094Gengar
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Geodude Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Geodude.


Geodude
074Geodude
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Giratina Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Giratina.


Giratina
487Giratina-Altered
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Goldeen Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Goldeen.


Goldeen
118Goldeen
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Goodra.


Goodra
706Goodra
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Gourgeist.


Gourgeist
711Gourgeist
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Gulpin Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Gulpin.


Gulpin
316Gulpin
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2002

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Hawlucha.


Hawlucha
701Hawlucha
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Haxorus Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Haxorus.


Haxorus
612Haxorus
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Hitmonlee.


Hitmonlee
106Hitmonlee
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

Hitmonlee (Japanese: サワムラー Sawamular) is a Fighting-type Pokémon, that previously appeared in the original Super Smash Bros. title.

When summoned into battle, Hitmonlee will remain still for a few minutes before jumping towards the nearest opponent with a powerful kick that knocks the fighter upwards. Hitmonlee is an incredibly powerful attacker, and its kick has the capability to OHKO fighters.

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According to its various Pokédex entries, Hitmonlee's legs are elastic, which allows it to perform every type of kick known to martial artists in addition to stretching to double their normal length. Because of this, Hitmonlee has come to be known as a "Kick Master".

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This Fighting-type Pokémon hasn't made an appearance in the Smash Bros. series since the very first game, and its reappearance in Strife has it act the exact same way. Attacking with a powerful kick, Hitmonlee can send fighters flying upwards!
[GB] Pokémon Red and Blue Versions

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Hoopa Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Hoopa.


Hoopa
720Hoopa
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Inkay Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Inkay.


Inkay
686Inkay
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Jirachi.


Jirachi
385Jirachi
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

Jirachi (Japanese: ジラーチ Jirachi) is a Steel/Psychic-type Mythical Pokémon introduced in Generation II. It returns from Brawl; and as a Mythical Pokémon, it can be summoned by using either a Poké Ball or Master Ball.

In battle, Jirachi will drop five stickers and a Customization Part before flying away.

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According to its various Pokédex entries from throughout the Pokémon series, Jirachi will only awake from its thousand-year slumber for only seven days, granting the wishes hung from its head.

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Jirachi's trophy is obtained by seeing Jirachi for the first time.

Jirachi

Jirachi is a little star-shaped Pokémon and, very fittingly, Jirachi has been said to have the power to grant any wish. In Strife, it'll grant your wish and drop a Customization Part and some stickers before flying away.
[GBA] Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Keldeo Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Keldeo.


Keldeo
Resolute Forme
647Keldeo-Resolute
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Kyurem.


Kyurem
646Kyurem
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Lampent.


Lampent
608Lampent
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Latias and Latios.


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380Latias
Latios
381Latios
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2002

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Lugia.


Lugia
249Lugia
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Machamp.


Machamp
068Machamp
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Magnezone.


Magnezone
462Magnezone
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Manaphy.


Manaphy
490Manaphy
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Meowth.


Meowth
052Meowth
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Mew.


Mew
151Mew
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

Mew (Japanese: ミュウ Mew) is a Psychic-type Mythical Pokémon. It returns from all previous Super Smash Bros. titles; and as a Mythical Pokémon, it can be summoned by using either a Poké Ball or Master Ball.

In battle, Mew will appear in a bubble and fly away. As it flies away, it will drop a CD or a trophy. If all CDs or trophies have been collected, then it will drop a Customization Part.

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Mew is a Mythical Pokémon introduced as the 151st Pokémon and first ever event Pokémon. Mew's DNA was used in the creation of Mewtwo.

Mew was intended to be the creator of all Pokémon, though the introduction of Arceus (who is said to have created the entire Pokémon world and those that inhabit it) has made this uncertain. Evidence pointing to its status as the creator of Pokémon is the fact that it is capable of learning any move through the use of TMs and HMs.

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Mew's trophy is obtained by seeing Mew for the first time.

Mew

Mew is seldom seen that even many professors doubt the existence of Mew; believing it to be a mirage. Professors all over the world have put out a bounty for a legitimate photo of Mew, which would eventually be claimed by one Todd Snap after travelling to a land known as Rainbow Cloud.
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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Mienshao.


Mienshao
620Mienshao
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Munchlax.


Munchlax
446Munchlax
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2005

Munchlax (Japanese: ゴンベ Gonbe) is a Normal-type Pokémon and the pre-evolution of Snorlax. It returns from Super Smash Bros. Brawl after being absent from Super Smash Bros. 4.

In battle, Munchlax will run around and eat any item that appears on the stage (except Assist Trophies, Smash Balls, Sandbags, Bob-ombs, Cucco, Mr. Saturn, Purple Wisp, Red Wisp, and collectibles). Unlike in Brawl, it acts like a fighter and can be damaged by attacks. Munchlax can be KO'd should it be knocked past the blast lines, and will drop a number of random items when defeated.

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Bonsly was the first Pokémon announced for the Generation IV Pokémon games, Diamond and Pearl Versions. Its PokéDex entries state that Munchlax eat their body weight in food each day, devouring the food without chewing, but will also keep food under its fur for a later time.

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Oshawott.


Oshawott
501Oshawott
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Pidgeot.


Pidgeot
018Pidgeot
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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Porygon2
233Porygon2
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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Rampardos
409Rampardos
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

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Rayquaza
384Rayquaza
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2002

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Rhydon Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Rhydon.


Rhydon
112Rhydon
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Roserade Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Roserade.


Roserade
407Roserade
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Rowlet.


Rowlet
722Rowlet
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Sun and Moon
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2016

Rowlet (Japanese: モクロー Mokuroh) is a Grass/Flying-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VII as one of Alola's three Starter Pokémon.

In battle, Rowlet uses the Leafage attack. It fires orbs of green energy that can be reflected and absorbed. The orbs deal minor damage, but travel through opponents and as such are able to hit multiple fighters.

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Rowlet, alongside Litten and Popplio, is one of the three Starter Pokémon of the Alola region introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon. On the pre-release website for the aforementioned titles, it stated that Rowlet can fly around silently to stealthily attack its opponents with either flying kicks or by throwing the razor-sharp leaves that make up part of its coat.

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When the three Starter Pokémon of Alola were revealed, Pokémon fans around the world immediately fell in love with this little owl Pokémon. This Grass/Flying-type Pokémon is a powerful warrior, dealing swift kicks and throwing razor-sharp leaves it keeps in its bow tie-like coat.
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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Snivy Edit

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Snivy
495Snivy
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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Snorlax
143Snorlax
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Solgaleo Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Solgaleo.


Solgaleo
791Solgaleo
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Sun and Moon
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2016

Solgaleo (Japanese: ソルガレオ Solgaleo) is a Psychic/Steel-type Legendary Pokémon. As a Legendary Pokémon, Solgaleo can be summoned using either a Poké Ball or a Master Ball.

In battle, Solgaleo uses its signature attack, Sunsteel Strike. Using Sunsteel Strike, Solgaleo will appear in an explosion, and dash forwards across the screen in a burst of fire, creating an explosion as it comes in contact with a fighter.

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Solgaleo is a Legendary Pokémon and the mascot of Pokémon Sun.

Solgaleo is honoured by the citizens of Alola as an emissary of the sun, and has been hailed as a "beast that devours the sun" in Alola legend, as it holds a vast amount of energy - including sunlight - in its body.

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Citizens of Alola have called Solgaleo as the beast that devours the sun. Fitting title, as Solgaleo is the mascot of Pokémon Sun, opposite Lunala in Pokémon Moon. When summoned in Smash Bros., Solgaleo will dash across the screen like a flaming bullet to deal damage.
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Staryu
120Staryu
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Suicune Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Suicune.


Suicune
245Suicune
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Sunflora Edit

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Sunflora
192Sunflora
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Togedemaru.


Togedemaru
777Togedemaru
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Sun and Moon
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2016

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Togepi Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Togepi.


Togepi
175Togepi
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Trevenant.


Trevenant
709Trevenant
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Unown Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Unown.


Unown
201Unown
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Vanilluxe Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Vanilluxe.


Vanilluxe
584Vanilluxe
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Venusaur Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Venusaur.


Venusaur
003Venusaur
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Weavile Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Weavile.


Weavile
461Weavile
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2006

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Weezing Edit

This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Weezing.


Weezing
110Weezing
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Wobbuffet.


Wobbuffet
202Wobbuffet
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions
System of origin Game Boy Color
Year of debut 1999

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Xerneas.


Xerneas
716Xerneas
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Yveltal.


Yveltal
717Yveltal
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Zoroark.


Zoroark
571Zoroark
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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This article explicitly refers to this Pokémon in regards to their appearance in Super Smash Bros. Strife. For information on this Pokémon in other contexts, see Zygarde.


Zygarde
718Zygarde
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon X and Y
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2013

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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 SSBStrife head icon - Fly Guy Fly Guy SSBStrife head icon - Galoomba Galoomba 092MS Gastly SSBStrife head icon - Geemer Geemer SSBStrife head icon - Ghost Ghost SSBStrife head icon - Glice Glice SSBStrife head icon - Glire Glire SSBStrife head icon - Glunder Glunder SSBStrife head icon - Gold Ghost Gold Ghost SSBStrife head icon - Goomba Goomba SSBStrife head icon - Gordo Gordo SSBStrife head icon - Hammer Bro. Hammer Bro. SSBStrife head icon - Hanenbow Hanenbow SSBStrife head icon - Iridescent Glint Beetle Iridescent Glint Beetle SSBStrife head icon - Kihunter Kihunter 109MS Koffing SSBStrife head icon - Koopa Paratroopa Koopa Paratroopa SSBStrife head icon - Koopa Troopa Koopa Troopa SSBStrife head icon - Kritter Kritter SSBStrife head icon - Lakitu Lakitu SSBStrife head icon - Magikoopa Magikoopa SSBStrife head icon - Metroid Metroid SSBStrife head icon - Mimicutie Mimicutie 000MS Minior SSBStrife head icon - Mite Mite SSBStrife head icon - Monoeye Monoeye SSBStrife head icon - Octobomber Octobomber SSBStrife head icon - Octocopter Octocopter SSBStrife head icon - Octorok Octorok SSBStrife head icon - Orne Orne SSBStrife head icon - Pak E. Derm Pak E. Derm 548MS Petlil SSBStrife head icon - Pigmask Pigmask SSBStrife head icon - Polar Bear Polar Bear SSBStrife head icon - Punch Ant Punch Ant SSBStrife head icon - Reaper Reaper SSBStrife head icon - Reo Reo SSBStrife head icon - Risen Risen SSBStrife head icon - Roturret Roturret SSBStrife head icon - Shotzo Shotzo SSBStrife head icon - Skuttler Skuttler SSBStrife head icon - Sneaky Spirit Sneaky Spirit SSBStrife head icon - Souflee Souflee SSBStrife head icon - Spike Top Spike Top 327MS Spinda SSBStrife head icon - Spiny Spiny SSBStrife head icon - Stalfos Stalfos SSBStrife head icon - Starman Starman SSBStrife head icon - Tac Tac SSBStrife head icon - Tiki Buzz Tiki Buzz SSBStrife head icon - Toady Bloyster Toady Bloyster SSBStrife head icon - Topi Topi SSBStrife head icon - Towtow Towtow SSBStrife head icon - Urban Champion Urban Champion SSBStrife head icon - Waddle Dee Waddle Dee SSBStrife head icon - Waddle Doo Waddle Doo 000MS Wimpod SSBStrife head icon - Zinger Zinger SSBStrife head icon - Zuree Zuree
Normal Bosses SSBStrife head icon - Crazy Hand 0 Crazy Hand SSBStrife head icon - Master Core 0 Master Core SSBStrife head icon - Master Hand 0 Master Hand
Stage Bosses SSBStrife head icon - Ridley 0 Ridley