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This page details all Smash Run enemies from Super Smash Bros. Strife.

MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Ant Trooper Edit

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Ant Trooper
Ant Trooper
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario 3D World
System of origin Wii U
Year of debut 2013

Ant Trooper (Japanese: アリへい Ari-hei) is an enemy in Smash Run representing the Super Mario series.

A single Ant Trooper is not much of a threat, as they only deal damage by marching into fighters. However, Ant Troopers will commonly spawn in groups that vary between three to six, with the Ant Troopers marching along to juggle fighters as they pass. Like many of the weaker enemies, Ant Troopers can be defeated by most attacks, provided the attack deals knockback. Ant Troopers also sport the ability to walk on walls and ceilings, and can surprise fighters that do not expect them to be able to traverse such surfaces.

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Ant Troopers are enemies that were introduced in the 2013 Wii U title Super Mario 3D World. In the game they appeared as rare enemies, only appearing in a handful of levels. The first level they appeared in was World 4-1 Ant Trooper Hill, which prominently featured them and their Horned Ant Trooper cousins.

In Super Mario 3D World, Ant Troopers could not be defeated by jumping on them nor by fireballs, though Cat Mario and Tanooki Mario could easily defeat them using their unique attacks, while Ground Pounding was also effective against them. Several levels had players needing to use larger Ant Troopers as platforms to cross spiked platforms.

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These purple little ants are actually vicious members of Bowser's Koopa Troop. Okay, maybe not vicious per se, but members of Bowser's army nonetheless. They can be found in Smash Run, disrupting fighters by... well... marching forwards at a slow pace. They can climb on walls and ceilings, so their march isn't as straight-forward as you may think.
[U] Super Mario 3D World
[U] Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Banzai Bill Edit

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Banzai Bill
NSMBU Banzai Bill
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario World
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1990

Banzai Bill (Japanese: マグナムキラー Magunamu Kirā) is an enemy in Smash Run representing the Super Mario series.

The Banzai Bills in Smash Run are based on the Bullet Bills of Super Mario Galaxy: they home in on the player and exploding when they touch them. They may also get stuck in walls, exploding after a short time but not releasing any power-ups. They are much larger than Bullet Bills, deal more damage, and have much more health.

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Banzai Bills are larger variants of the recurring Bullet Bill enemy of the Super Mario series. First debuting in Super Mario World, they would be fired from a cannon off-screen and fly through the stage to disrupt Mario's journey, forcing him to hide or defeat them in order to progress.

The way the Banzai Bills act are akin to the way Bullet Bills act in the 3D Super Mario titles. Starting with Super Mario 64 and continuing on in later 3D titles, Bullet Bills would home in on Mario, exploding on contact with the plumber.

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FlagofUSA In Japan, the word "banzai" can be used as either a patriotic call or a battle cry. This is fitting for the Banzai Bills, as they are much deadlier than their smaller counterparts. In Smash Run, the Banzai Bills will track fighters, and follow them until they explode.
FlagofEurope When they first appeared in Super Mario World, the Banzai Bills scared players as they travelled across the entirety of the screen, destroying everything in its path. Because of this, they were given the fitting name of "Banzai Bills", "banzai" being a Japanese battle cry. These foes appear as deadly enemies in Smash Run, tracking the fighters until they explode.
[SNES] Super Mario World
[Wii] Super Mario Galaxy

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Bonkers Edit

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Bonkers
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Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby's Adventure
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1993

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Boom Stomper Edit

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Boom Stomper
KIU Boom Stomper
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus: Uprising
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Bronto Burt Edit

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Bronto Burt
KTD Bronto Burt artwork 3
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby's Dream Land
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1992

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Bubble 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 Bubble.


Bubble
TWW Bubble Figurine
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Bulblin Edit

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Bulblin
Bulblin TP
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2006

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PikminSSBSymbol-White Ver Bulborb Edit

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Bulborb
Bulborb - Pikmin 3
Series PikminSymbol Pikmin
Debut title Pikmin
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2001

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Bullet Bill Edit

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Bullet Bill
Bullet Bill big
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario Bros.
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1985

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Bumpety Bomb 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 Bumpety Bomb.


Bumpety Bomb
KIU Bumpety Bomb
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus: Uprising
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Chain Chomp Edit

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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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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Chandelure Edit

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Chandelure
609Chandelure
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver ChuChu Edit

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ChuChu
Red ChuChu TWW
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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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Cryogonal Edit

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Cryogonal
615Cryogonal
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White Versions
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Cucco 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 Cucco.


Cucco
FSA Big Cucco sprite
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1991

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Darknut Edit

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Darknut
TP Darknut
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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EarthboundSSBSymbol-White Ver Devil Car Edit

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Devil Car
SSB4 Devil Car
Series EarthboundSymbol EarthBound
Debut title EarthBound Beginnings
System of origin Famicom
Year of debut 1989

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Dry Bones Edit

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Dry Bones
MPSR Dry Bones
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario Bros. 3
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1988

Dry Bones (Japanese: カロン Karon) is an enemy in Smash Run representing the Super Mario series.

Dry Bones are generally weak enemies, though they are challenging to actually defeat. Similar to their Super Mario World counterparts, Dry Bones will occasionally throw bones ahead of them, which can be reflected back at them to deal damage. They will also deal damage to fighters by walking into them, and can occasionally swipe to deal more damage and knockback.

Once they sustain enough damage, they will fall apart and eventually rebuild themselves. As such, they must be knocked off-screen without being destroyed in order to obtain bonuses from them.

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DonkeyKongSSBSymbol-White Ver Fish Poker Pops Edit

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Fish Poker Pops
Viking Art1 - Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze
Series DKSymbol Donkey Kong
Debut title Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
System of origin Wii U
Year of debut 2014

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Flame Chomp Edit

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Flame Chomp
SSB4 Flame Chomp
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario Bros. 3
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1988

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YoshiSSBSymbol-White Ver Fly Guy Edit

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Fly Guy
MP8 Fly Guys
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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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Galoomba Edit

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Galoomba
GaloombaMP10
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario World
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1990

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Gastly Edit

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Gastly
092Gastly
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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MetroidSSBSymbol-White Ver Geemer Edit

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Geemer
SSB4 Geemer
Series MetroidSymbol Metroid
Debut title Metroid
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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FindMiiSSBSymbol-White Ver Ghost 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 Ghost.


Ghost
SSB4 Ghosts Find Mii
Series FindMiiSymbol Find Mii
Debut title Find Mii
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2011

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SmashBrosSSBSymbol-White Ver Glice Edit

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Glice
SSBB Glice
Series SmashBrosSymbol Super Smash Bros.
Debut title Super Smash Bros. Brawl
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2008

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SmashBrosSSBSymbol-White Ver Glire 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 Glire.


Glire
SSBB Glire
Series SmashBrosSymbol Super Smash Bros.
Debut title Super Smash Bros. Brawl
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2008

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SmashBrosSSBSymbol-White Ver Glunder Edit

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Glunder
SSBB Glunder
Series SmashBrosSymbol Super Smash Bros.
Debut title Super Smash Bros. Brawl
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2008

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NintendoLandSSBSymbol-White Ver Gold Ghost Edit

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Gold Ghost
Gold Ghost - Nintendo Land
Series NintendoLandSymbol Nintendo Land
Debut title Nintendo Land
System of origin Wii U
Year of debut 2012

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Goomba Edit

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Goomba
Goomba Artwork - Super Mario 3D World
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1985

Goomba (Japanese: クリボー Kuribō) is an enemy in Smash Run representing the Super Mario series.

Goombas are a very weak enemy, and attack by charging towards the nearest fighter. They can be defeated by most attacks, though fighters may also stomp them down to defeat them as they can in the Super Mario series.

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Goombas are the most recurring enemy in the Super Mario series, and were introduced alongside most other recurring Mario elements in Super Mario Bros.. They are one of Bowser's weakest minions, and Mario can defeat them with a single jump.

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FlagofUSA These small little guys were once peaceful inhabitants of the Mushroom Kingdom, but the Goombas went against their homeland once Bowser and his army intruded their land. It's not like it really mattered though, they aren't great warriors. Lacking arms and all, Goombas have a hard time fighting their enemies, resorting to literally charging head-first into danger.
FlagofEurope The Goombas were once loyal to the Mushroom Kingdom, but after the Koopa King invaded their kingdom and kidnapped its princess, they switched sides and went against the Toads they once lived peacefully with. Of course, these traitorous Goombas weren't much use to Bowser, and lacking arms, they resorted to running head-first towards their enemies.
[NES] Super Mario Bros.
[U] New Super Mario Bros. U

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Gordo Edit

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Gordo
KTD Gordo
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby's Dream Land
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1992

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Hammer Bro. Edit

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

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ElectroplanktonSSBSymbol-White Ver Hanenbow Edit

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Hanenbow
Hanenbow
Series ElectroplanktonSymbol Electroplankton
Debut title Electroplankton
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2005

Hanenbow (Japanese: エレクトロプランクトン Erekutoropurankuton) is an enemy in Smash Run representing the Electroplankton series.

Hanenbow attack fighters by jumping in large arcs from one of the bottom corners of the screen to the other, travelling through any platform or wall that may be in its way. It will follow the fighter as they travel, and can even be reflected back as if it was a projectile. Hanenbow take a moderate amount of damage to be defeated, though they deal very minor damage - but stun for a moderate amount of time - when they make contact with a fighter.

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PikminSSBSymbol-White Ver Iridescent Glint Beetle Edit

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Iridescent Glint Beetle
Fig 20 ohganemochi
Series PikminSymbol Pikmin
Debut title Pikmin
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2001

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MetroidSSBSymbol-White Ver Kihunter Edit

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Kihunter
SSB4 Kihunter
Series MetroidSymbol Metroid
Debut title Super Metroid
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1994

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Koffing Edit

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Koffing
109Koffing
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Red and Green Versions
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1996

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Koopa Paratroopa Edit

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Koopa Paratroopa
Fig 20 patapata r
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario Bros.
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1985

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Koopa Troopa Edit

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Koopa Troopa
Fig 20 nokonoko g
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario Bros.
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1985

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DonkeyKongSSBSymbol-White Ver Kritter Edit

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

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Lakitu & Spinies Edit

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

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Magikoopa Edit

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Magikoopa
Kamek SMG
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario World
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1990

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MetroidSSBSymbol-White Ver Metroid Edit

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

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Mimicutie 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 Mimicutie.


Mimicutie
KIU Mimicutie
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus: Uprising
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Minior Edit

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Minior
774Minior
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Sun and Moon
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2016

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SmashBrosSSBSymbol-White Ver Mite Edit

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Mite
SSBB Mite
Series SmashBrosSymbol Super Smash Bros.
Debut title Super Smash Bros. Brawl
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2008

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Monoeye Edit

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Monoeye
KIU Monoeye
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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SplatoonSSBSymbol-White Ver Octobomber Edit

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Octobomber
Splatoon Octobomber
Series SplatoonSymbol Splatoon
Debut title Splatoon
System of origin Wii U
Year of debut 2015

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SplatoonSSBSymbol-White Ver Octocopter Edit

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Octocopter
Splatoon Octocopter
Series SplatoonSymbol Splatoon
Debut title Splatoon
System of origin Wii U
Year of debut 2015

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Octorok Edit

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Octorok
Octorok SS
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Orne 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 Orne.


Orne
Orne
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus: Uprising
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

Orne (Japanese: オーン Ōn) is an enemy in Smash Run representing the Kid Icarus series.

Orne are unique enemies, in that they will instantly KO any fighter that they touch. When in close proximity to a fighter, a unique 8-bit musical cue will play, to alert fighters that they are in danger of being instantly KO'd. Orne travel faster when fighters have their backs turned to them.

They are invincible to all attacks, and can only be fled from; though fighters can make contact with them should they be under the effects of a Super Star, making them invincible. Even if a fighter is invincible however, they are unable to deal any damage or knockback to an Orne.

KIU Orne

The theme that plays when a fighter is near an Orne.

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YoshiSSBSymbol-White Ver Pak E. Derm Edit

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Pak E. Derm
SSBM Pak E Derm
Series YoshiSymbol Yoshi
Debut title Yoshi's Story
System of origin Nintendo 64
Year of debut 1997

Pak E. Derm (Japanese: とうさんぞう Tousanzou) is an enemy in Smash Run representing the Yoshi series.

Pak E. Derm is an odd enemy, as it can not directly harm fighters. However, it can prevent them from accessing areas of the map, as their signs block fighters from jumping over them unless they clear by enough height. Pak E. Derm can be defeated, and do drop a large number of bonuses, though they have an abnormally large amount of health, and are resistant to knockback until enough damage is dealt to them, making it a chore to deal with them.

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Petilil Edit

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Petilil
548Petilil
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Black and White
System of origin Nintendo DS
Year of debut 2010

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EarthboundSSBSymbol-White Ver 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 Pigmask.


Pigmask
Mother 3 Pigmask clay
Series EarthboundSymbol EarthBound
Debut title Mother 3
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2006

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DonkeyKongSSBSymbol-White Ver Pointy Tuck Edit

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Pointy Tuck
Viking Art2 - Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze
Series DKSymbol Donkey Kong
Debut title Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
System of origin Wii U
Year of debut 2014

Pointy Tuck (Japanese: ペンガー Pengā) is an enemy in Smash Run representing the Donkey Kong series.

Pointy Tuck is a weaker enemy that can deal a surprising amount of damage to fighters with the horns on its helmet. Fighters take damage should they land atop the Pointy Tuck's spiked helmet, and it is also invincible from attacks from above. They will waddle around until they spot a fighter, at which point they will charge head-first, their horns in front of them, towards the fighter.

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  • Pointy Tuck is incorrectly named ペンガー (Pengā) in the Japanese release, which is the name of the Tuck species from which it is based.


IceClimberSSBSymbol-White Ver Polar Bear Edit

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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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GoldenSunSSBSymbol-White Ver Punch Ant Edit

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Punch Ant
GS Punch Ant
Series GoldenSunSymbol Golden Sun
Debut title Golden Sun
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2001

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Reaper Edit

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Reaper
KIU Reaper
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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MetroidSSBSymbol-White Ver Reo Edit

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Reo
SSB4 Reo
Series MetroidSymbol Metroid
Debut title Metroid
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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FireEmblemSSBSymbol-White Ver Risen Edit

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Risen
FEA Risen
Series FireEmblemSymbol Fire Emblem
Debut title Fire Emblem Awakening
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

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SmashBrosSSBSymbol-White Ver Roturret Edit

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Roturret
SSBB Roturret
Series SmashBrosSymbol Super Smash Bros.
Debut title Super Smash Bros. Brawl
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2008

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Shotzo Edit

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Shotzo
KTD Shotzo
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby's Dream Land
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1992

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Skuttler Edit

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Skuttler
KIU Skuttler
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus: Uprising
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

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RhythmHeavenSSBSymbol-White Ver Sneaky Spirit Edit

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Sneaky Spirit
SSB4 Sneaky Spirit
Series RhythmHeavenSymbol Rhythm Heaven
Debut title Rhythm Tengoku
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2006

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Souflee Edit

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

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MarioSSBSymbol-White Ver Spike Top Edit

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Spike Top
SSB4 Spike Top
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Debut title Super Mario World
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1990

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Spinda Edit

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Spinda
327Spinda
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions
System of origin Game Boy Advance
Year of debut 2002

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ZeldaSSBSymbol-White Ver Stalfos Edit

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Stalfos
SSB4 Stalfos
Series ZeldaSymbol The Legend of Zelda
Debut title The Legend of Zelda
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1986

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EarthboundSSBSymbol-White Ver Starman Edit

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

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Tac Edit

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Tac
Fig 20 tac
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby Super Star
System of origin Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1996

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DonkeyKongSSBSymbol-White Ver Tiki Buzz Edit

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Tiki Buzz
Tiki Buzz
Series DKSymbol Donkey Kong
Debut title Donkey Kong Country Returns
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2010

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PikminSSBSymbol-White Ver Toady Bloyster Edit

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Toady Bloyster
Toady Bloyster - Pikmin 3
Series PikminSymbol Pikmin
Debut title Pikmin 2
System of origin Nintendo GameCube
Year of debut 2004

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IceClimberSSBSymbol-White Ver Topi Edit

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Topi
SSBM Topi
Series IceClimberSymbol Ice Climber
Debut title Ice Climber
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1985

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SmashBrosSSBSymbol-White Ver Towtow Edit

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Towtow
SSBB Towtow
Series SmashBrosSymbol Super Smash Bros.
Debut title Super Smash Bros. Brawl
System of origin Nintendo Wii
Year of debut 2008

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SpecialStagesSSBSymbol-White Ver Urban Champion Edit

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Urban Champion
Urban Champion
Series SpecialStagesSymbol Urban Champion
Debut title Urban Champion
System of origin Nintendo Entertainment System
Year of debut 1984

Urban Champion (Japanese: アーバンチャンピオン Ābanchanpion) is an enemy in Smash Run representing the Urban Champion series.

The Urban Champion appears as a 2D sprite ripped directly from his game of origin. He will attack fighters by punching them, using two types of punches: a light punch which stuns and deals a moderate enough of damage, and a heavy punch that deals massive knockback and damage. The Urban Champion is extremely light, presumably due to being a 2D sprite.

The Urban Champion can appear in two different colours, though they attack identically. Both have several new sprites created directly for Strife.

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The Urban Champion is based on the two unnamed characters from the game Urban Champion. In Urban Champion, two street fighters are pitted against each other with the aim of knocking the other into an open manhole, while also having to pay attention to their available stamina and avoid flower pots hurled from windows located overhead.

The Urban Champion has two attacks, a light punch and a heavy punch. Both of these punches can be performed in Urban Champion, which have different advantages and drawbacks, such as the latter can be blocked easier, but knocks the opponent back further.

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Urban Champion

Back in the era of the NES, Nintendo experimented with a number of different ideas for potential series based on sports. There was Baseball, Soccer, Pinball, of course, but one of the more unique games came in the form of Urban Champion. Like Smash Bros., the goal of Urban Champion was to knock the opposing fighter off the screen, though in that game it was done by knocking them down a manhole. Now, the Urban Champion is back, fighting against Nintendo's greatest stars as an enemy in Smash Run. And this time, he doesn't have to worry about being arrested by the cops.
[NES] Urban Champion

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Waddle Dee Edit

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Waddle Dee
KTD Waddle Dee
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby's Dream Land
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1992

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KirbySSBSymbol-White Ver Waddle Doo Edit

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Waddle Doo
SSBB Waddle Doo
Series KirbySymbol Kirby
Debut title Kirby's Dream Land
System of origin Nintendo Game Boy
Year of debut 1992

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PokémonSSBSymbol-White Ver Wimpod Edit

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Wimpod
767Wimpod
Series PokémonSymbol Pokémon
Debut title Pokémon Sun and Moon
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2016

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DonkeyKongSSBSymbol-White Ver Zinger Edit

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

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KidIcarusSSBSymbol-White Ver Zuree Edit

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Zuree
KIU Zuree
Series KidIcarusSymbol Kid Icarus
Debut title Kid Icarus: Uprising
System of origin Nintendo 3DS
Year of debut 2012

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