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Super Smash Bros. Brawl Walkthrough/Unlock Guide

Version 1.0 by
SkylerOcon
08/18/08

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_____________/ 0. Foreword

 

Hey.  Thanks for checking out the guide.  It’s pretty big, so the search function may help you here (Control + F for most browsers).  Expect an update every 1 – 2 months.  Any questions or suggestions, please e-mail me at skyler_ocon@sbcglobal.net

 

You are free to use any lists contained in this guide (This means the trophy list and the sticker list).  Any descriptions, walkthroughs, FAQs, or other original content is copyrighted to myself.  If you wish to use it, please contact me and we can discuss it there.

 

Also, check out the Custom Pokemon Shop at the Smash World Forums.  I just thought I would give them a plug because FirustheHegehog helped me with this guide, and it’s pretty cool.  Check it out:  http://www.smashboards.com/showthread.php?t=170052

 

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0. Foreword

1. Table of Contents

2. Subspace Emissary

    2a. Midair Stadium

    2b. Skyworld

    2c. Sea of Clouds

    2d. The Jungle

    2e. The Plain

    2f. The Lake

    2g. The Ruined Zoo

    2h. The Battlefields Fortress

    2i. The Forest

    2j. The Research Facility

    2k. The Lake Shore

    2l. Announcement

3. Character List (In order of the smash bros. dojo appearance)

    3a. Newcomers

    3b. Veterans

    3c. Unlockables (Unlock conditions included)

4. Stage List

    4a. Default

    4b. Unlockables (Unlock conditions included)

5. 1-P Modes

    5a. Classic

    5b. All-Star

    5c. Single Player Events

    5d. Stadium

          5da. Target Smash

          5db. Home-run contest

          5dc. Multi-Man Brawl

          5dd. Boss Battles

6. 2-P Modes

    6a. Brawl

    6b. Special Brawl

    6c. Multi-Player Events

    6d. Rotation

    6e. Tourney

7. Vault

    7a. Trophies and Stickers

          7aa. Trophies (Credit to FirustheHedgehog for the list)

          7ab. Stickers (Credit to FirustheHedgehog for the list)

          7ac. Coin Launher

    7b. Stage Builder

    7d. Challenges

    7f. Masterpieces (Unlock conditions for unlockable)

8. Character Match-ups (In order of selection menu)

    8a. Mario

    8b. Luigi

    8c. Peach

    8d. Bowser

    8e. Donkey Kong

    8f. Diddy Kong

    8g. Yoshi

    8h. Wario

    8i. Link

    8j. Zelda

    8k. Shiek

    8l. Ganondorf

    8m. Toon Link

    8n. Samus

    8o. Pit

    8p. Ice Climbers

    8q. R.O.B.

    8r. Kirby

    8s. Meta Knight

    8t. King Dedede

    8u. Olimar

    8v. Fox

    8w. Falco

    8x. Wolf

    8y. Captain Falcon

    8z. Pikachu

    8aA. Pokemon Trainer

    8aB. Lucario

    8aC. Jigglypuff

    8aD. Marth

    8aE. Ike

    8aF. Ness

    8aG. Lucas

    8aH. Mr. Game and Watch

    8aI. Snake

    8aJ. Sonic

9. Future Updates

10. Closing statement

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_____________/ 2. Subspace Emissary

 

This guide is written under the assumption that you are playing on the Easy level, because there is no real reason to play on any mode above that.  I can tell you that on Hard and above, no Extra Characters will be given

 

Also, the drops from the E-Boxes may not be the same as the ones I got.  I have only listed mine for example purposes.  I make no guarantees that you’ll get that shiny trophy you wanted when I got it.

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Midair Stadium

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Midair Stadium: Mario vs. Kirby

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Here you’ll see a sight that surely will give every fanboy a reason to freak out.  You see Kirby about to fight Mario.  This is when the game prompts you to choose either the pink puffball, or the plumber in red.  Choose your best character (for beginners go with Mario).

 

Play through the match, which is pretty easy.  After the character you didn’t choose is defeated, it’ll change to a cut scene where you will see Pit cheering into his T.V. set.  Then, in true Mario fashion, a giant ship will come flying over and drop Primids.  You’ll see Zelda, Peach, Mario, and Kirby team up to fight.  Choose the characters in the order that you’re best at.

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Midair Stadium: Arena Fight

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Personally, I choose Kirby as his down-B move is especially useful in clearing the area of masses of enemies.  His up-B move also helps with this.  Watch out, as the Boom Primids (Let’s call them ‘Booms’) will usually attack when you least expect it, so the moment you see a boomerang, head straight for that Primid.

 

We’ll also be seing some Spaaks.  They’re cloud-like monsters who use electricity.  After you drop there health meters to half-way, they’ll turn a black stormy color, which gives them a substantial power boost, so you should hurry to defeat them after this happens.

 

Sword Primids will also be there, the Jedi-like counterparts of regular Primids.  They’re fairly easy and will sometimes drop beam-swords.

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Midair Stadium Boss Fight: Petey Piranha

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After the arena fight is over, you’ll see a cut scene of some vile fiend under the name of Ancient Minister (Who could he be?  Could he be somebody who turns good in the obvious plot-twist fashion?  Is this a spoiler? (I promise, it’s not R.O.B.)) who commands to R.O.B.’s to place some sort of time-bomb in the arena.  Once your about to leave, Petey Piranha captures Zelda and Peach, leaving you with Kirby or Mario, whoever was in your character line next.

 

In this fight, all you need to do is target one cage.  Once one is gone, Petey is defeated.  It’s also a smart move to focus more on dodging than just smashing the blue bloody hell out of this over-sized Daisy.

 

Hitting Petey will cause damage to both cages, but hitting one by itself does even more damage.  Chain attacks work well here.  This is a fairly easy boss to dispatch, and should give you no trouble.

 

Once he’s defeated, there’ll be a cut scene.  Peach is turned into a trophy by Wario, Mario gets sent flying off, and Kirby and Zelda fly off on a warp star.  What could happen?  Let us find out…

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Skyworld

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The opening scene here is Paulentta giving Pit his Bow and Arrow, then him flying off into Skyworld.  You then delve into the first actual platforming part of this game.

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Skyworld: Area 1

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At first, you’ll drop down through a series of clouds.  You’ll see a box with an exclamation mark, destroy to get a trophy or stickers.  Once this is done, head to your left to see another E-Box.  Then head down,  you’ll find yet ANOTHER E-Box, and then you continue to a doorway.  Needless to say, enter the door.

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Skyworld: Area 2

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A new cutscene, which is pretty much Pit seeing the Battleship Halberd drop Primids onto his beloved Skyworld, which he’ll have to fend off himself.  You’ll see regular Primids, Sword Primids, Boom Primids, and some Spaarks here.  After fighting a few, Primids, you move onto the next area.  You’ll be greeted with some Spaarks, and a golden E-Box (contains better and rarer trophies).  Move on from the Spaarks to meet a particularly annoying baddy, a Greap.  Focus on dodging more than attacking against these, as they deal a heavy amount of damage if hit.  After the Greap, you find a door.

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Skyworld: Area 3

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Pit stumbles upon the trophy of Mario, touches it, and revives him.  They agree to go fight together.  Pick whomever your best with (though Pit is good, as his side-B attack is good for clearing out mobs of baddies).

 

At the beginning of this area, you’ll be greeted by ‘Glunders’ monsters who roll around on edges, and if you get to close will unleash fire/thunder/ice depending on there color.  These can be very annoying, so if you every encounter them in an area with a lot of other baddies, take care of these first.  Once past the area with these, you’ll encounter some Jyk’s which are invincible, and are there just to piss you off when you’re jumping over things.  Avoid them and move on.  From there you’ll encounter an assortment of Primids.  Kill them, avoid the Jyk’s, and don’t get to close too the Glunders.  After the Primid assortment, you’ll encounter an area where certain platforms are moving up and down.  One of these platforms have a hidden door behind it. 

 

Enter the door to see a regular E-Box and a upward scrolling stage.  Be sure not to fall or you’ll lose a life.  Continue up the clouds and you’ll be presented with another E-Box.  Once all the way up, drop back down and exit back into the actual area.  To the right of where the door is, are a few Glunders, a Spaak, a Jyk, and  assorted Primids.  You should have no problem with these.  After these are taken out, you’ll encounter a new enemy – the Roturret.  Just attack them before they use there attack (guns) and you should have no problem dispatching of these (beware, as the guns can do some damage if you are hit.  Luckily, they’re also easy to avoid).  From here, the level will be over.  Congrats, and enjoy the cutscene.

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Sea of Clouds

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Pick Zelda for this one, as all it is is running across the side of Battleship Halberd, no fighting at all.  Transform into Shiek and use his superior speed to your advantage.

 

The next cutscene has Fox’s arwing crashing after an attempted attack on the Halberd.  This time, you choose a character that you’ll fight as.  Pick Zelda or Kirby, whoever you’re best with for this.

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Sea of Clouds: Area 1

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You’ll quickly encounter a group of Primids here.  Fight them off, as they aren’t that much of a hassle.  We’ll also see some Glunders, but in the open room that the character is in, they’re easy to avoid.  Here we’ll see, you going down.  On the first area to your right, enter to find an E-Box.  This will contain an extra life, so get it.  To your right, you’ll encounter another new baddy, named Popant.  They throw stuff at you.  Dodge it, kill it, and pick up what it drops (usually food).  After the Popant we’ll meet Feyesh, a floating fish with one giant eye (easy to kill) and a Tow Tow.  Annoying and big, they’re just oversized Ram’s with an attitude.  An annoying amount of HP leads these to be not challenging alone, but hard when they’re in a group.

 

All the breakable blocks after the Tow Tow lead you to the left, but if you climb all the way up, you’ll find a door.  Enter it to find two E-Boxes.  Exit back into the level after you break them.  From the left, you’ll just see some regular Primids and Popants – nothing big.

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Sea of Clouds: Area 2

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Early on, you’ll find a group of Spaaks and a Popant.  After disposing of these, you’ll get to an area that directs you to go down.  Continue left to find an E-Box.  Once you get it, head back to the area that directs you down.  Once you head down you’ll encounter Mites.  Annoying little cretins that attack you in mobs, they come in three colors.  Get rid of their spawn gate, and then defeat the rest.  To your left from there, you’ll enter an area where the parts of the roof are falling.  Dodge the falling rocks and the Mites, and continue on.  You’ll find an area where you can go up or down.  Go up and destroy the E-Box, then continue downward. 

 

Once down, you’ll find a mass of Mites, along with a warp gate, and a few Glunders.  This can be tricky as there are a lot of both of these monsters.  Emphasize on defense for this battle.  From there you’ll encounter a falling rock that chases you down the road and a few Feyesh.  Just run and don’t bother with the Feyesh.  At the end of this running area, you’ll encounter a Greap.  Take it down, and then the levels over.

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The Jungle

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The Jungle: Area 1

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We first see Diddy Kong and DK following a group of Hammer Bros. who stole there bananas.  Choose DK for this part because, well, Diddy’s just not that good.

 

At first, we see a couple new, yet more familiar enemies.  Koopas and Goombas.  Now then, there’s no real strategies to these guys.  Just jump on them or hit them.  Nothing tricky (though the Koopas dropping there shells is useful) about it.  After you head right for a while, you’ll come across and E-Box.  Break it.  After this, you’ll see a cannon that’s rotating, jump in when its facing the Paratroopa and ram through all the enemies.  Where you land, there will be another rotating cannon.  Shoot yourself downward to get to an E-Box with a trophy.  Head back up after you get the trophy.  Once you get back up, head to the right and blast yourself through the cannon to enter a short sequence of cannon shooting.  Be sure to time the moving cannons right or your current character will die.  At the end of this, there is a door.

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The Jungle: Area 2

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Head to the right to see a circle thing on a pole (C-Pole).  Hit it, and it will kill the Goomba that’s right under it.  You encounter more along the way (the first one to go straight up and down hits an E-Box) so use them to your advantage.  Many of these hit E-Boxes so be on the lookout for those especially.  One of the parts forms a multi-layered area.  You can go to the left, hit the switch, and move on, or climb the latter and destroy the blocks containing a hidden door.

 

This contains a rotating wheel, two E-Boxes, a goomba, and a Koopa.  Use the Koopa’s shell to destroy the E-Boxes and the Goomba.

 

Once exited, head to the right and hit the C-Pole that will hit the switch, causing the platform to the right to show up.  Get on and move to the right.  You’ll be stuck in an area with a new baddy.  It’s the infamous Hammer Brother, which aren’t that hard.  Dodge the hammers and attack them from behind (The C-Pole in this room also helps with them).

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The Jungle: Area 3

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You’ll be stuck on a moving platform with ever-spawning baddies.  You should have no trouble dispatching of them, so just take them out while you wait for the platform to go all the way up.  Be sure to dodge the Bullet Bills as these guys can sent you flying.  Enter the door at the top.

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The Jungle: Area 4

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Get on the launcher and head down.  There are lots of Jyk here, so be sure to dodge them.  There’s also an extra door here, so go through there, if you want some power-ups or trophies.  Once at the bottom, you will meet about four Goombas.  Kill them and then you have finished the level.

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The Plain

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The Plain: Area 1

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Choose either Mario or Pit when the game prompts you.  Either works.   Once the level starts, you’ll be greeted by a new Primid, Borboras.  These new creatures won’t try to attack you, but instead hinder your movement.  They’ll blow air out of there strangely trumpet-like noses to push you backwards.  To defeat them, just jump over the air blast.

 

After you beat the first Borboras, you’ll find another soon after, as well as a few other Primids.  Go for the Borboras first, as he may blow you away once your about to finish another Primid in battle, which can get very annoying.  Continue right for a while (you’ll encounter so Feyesh and Boom Primids) and there’s yet another new Primid – the Ticken.  These were clearly inspired by the Sonic games, as they’re just supersized versions of the Cluckos from those.  These pose no real threat, as they take a while to attack and are defeated easily.  Defeat these and destroy the wall to continue.

 

You’ll enter a cave like area and there will be a few Fire Jyk’s, so jump over those, as well as a Popant so dodge what it throws and kill it.  Make haste though, as there is a wall that pushes you forward (and may cause you to miss an E-Box which appears near the end of the cave).  Also, at the very end, there’s a Borboras that will blow you into a Fire Jyk if you’re not careful.

 

Now, you find yourself having to go downward, destroying blocks as you go.  Get rid of the Primids that drop first, and then focus on moving on.  At the bottom of this segment, a Boom Primid and a regular Primid will be there, so be ready.  Move to the right once you’ve defeated them.  You’ll see an area where a Primid drops from a hole in the roof.  Go up the hole to find a secret door.

 

Inside the door, it’ll just be a bunch of destructible blocks, a badge sheet, a heart container, and a Golden E-Box.  Nothing tricky here.

 

Once back outside, continue to the right.  A Borboras will be guarding the door to the second area, and there’s no way to get behind it, so either get in front of it before it starts blowing, or attack it from above.

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The Plain: Arena Battle

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Starting here, there will be a floating arena.  During its first movement, you’ll see four regular Primids, two Spaaks, and one Boom Primid.  Once it stops for the first time, you’ll meet another new enemy.  Another variation on the regular Primid, it’s the Fire Primid.  These are Primids that shoot fire at you, if you couldn’t tell by the name.  It helps to jump around, and not stand still when facing Fire Primids.  After you defeat the mass of these, the platform will move again, then stop.  You’ll see some Glunders, some Boom Primids, some Fire Primids, and some Borboras.  The platform will move again, and then stop at the edge of a forest area.  Borboras, Primids, Fire Primids, and Spaaks will spawn here.

 

Move on into the forest and there will be a cutscene of Mario and Pit chasing the Ancient Minister.  Once this is done, the level is over.

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The Lake

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After a cutscene, featuring Diddy getting captured by Rayquaza and Fox rescuing him, you will take the role of Fox or Diddy, against the first boss that can actually be considered a boss in this game. 

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The Lake Boss: Rayquaza

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Be sure to watch out for Rayquaza’s dig attack (he’ll fly up off screen, then come back up through the ground.  Once his HP gets low, he’ll repeat this process multiple times before you can hit him again.  He may also fly down into the ground.)  His beam attack is very good for launching you off the screen once your HP gets low, so be sure to dodge that, NOT shield that, as the beam will break your shield.

 

In his attack, Extreme Speed, he flies off the screen slowly, then comes rocketing back in the other direction.  You can shield it, but dodging usually works better for this.  While it’s not defensive in this game, he uses Tailwhip.  Stay close to him for to long and he’ll spin around.  This can do some damage, so watch out.

 

Also be VERY WEARY of when Rayquaza goes up into the sky and starts moving around in a circle.  That means he is about to use his Thunder attack.  Be sure to dodge that, not shield it.

 

Once defeated, a cutscene will be triggered, leading you into the first area of the level.

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The Lake: Area 1

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The Lake is a potentially confusing level.  In this level you switch between an upper area and a lower area, and what you do in one can affect the other.

 

At the beginning of the stage, you come to realize that you can’t get past the wall.  Simply enter the door with the up-arrow on it and now there’s breakable boxes in place of the wall!  Break these and move on, and you’ll find a few goomba and Aurorous in your way.  Kill them.  Then, enter the next down-door you see (further to the right is a dead end) and move to the left first once you enter the lower area to get a Golden E-Box behind the wall that originally blocked your path.  Move to your right after that to go to an area the directs you downward.  During your fall, dodge the Paratroopas.  You’ll find Hammer Bros. and a Goomba waiting for you at the bottom.  Kill them and enter the up-door.

 

Once you enter the upper area, you’ll realize that it’s dark.  Attack the blocks right above you and the room will light up.  Once the room is lit up, jump on the platform to your left to see an E-Box.

 

Once you get the E-Box, start moving up the platforms and you’ll reach a latter.  Kill the two Hammer Bros. before you start climbing the latter, as they’ll throw hammers at you.  Once you reach the top of the latter, head to the left (to the right is a dead end) and enter the down-door.

 

You’ll immediately run into a Tow Tow, so just kill it before it wakes up.  Break the blocks and you’ll arrive at the door to the second area.

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The Lake: Area 2

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You’ll be greeted by some Green Mites and a new enemy, the Bucculus.  These things jump out of the ground and leech on your face.  Though once they get off your face, they are easy to kill.  Once there defeated, be forewarned NOT GO INTO THE RED DOOR AT THE TOP OF THE STONE AREA.  That leads to an area where you fall into a pit of fire, causing you damage.   So, before you get into the door that leads to the upper area, continue to the right.  There will be three Bucculus and at the end, an E-Box containing an extra life.

 

Once you get the extra life, head to the upper area and move to where you found the E-Box.  Instead you’ll be face with a horde of Goombas.  Defeat them and there will be an explosive box.  However, nothing happens on the upper map.  Head to the lower area and in the area near the Bucculus, there’s an opening in the roof.  Jump up and hit the switch.  It’s now safe to enter the red door.  Enter the red door and go to the upper area.  As soon as you enter the upper area, there’ll be a Tow Tow.  Kill it, and then a red door will appear.  Enter that one for area 3.

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The Lake: Area 3

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Here you’ll be stuck on a raft.  There will be Goombas, Paratroopas, Hammer Bros. (these can be killed using a C-Pole), Bullet Bills and a few E-Boxes.  Along the raftway, there will be a floating door.  Enter it for a Bonus Area.  Here, use the C-Poles to destroy the blocks to get an E-Box and a Golden E-Box.

 

After a while, the raft ride will arrive at an end.  Here you’ll see a Koopa walking.  Get its shell.  Proceed to throw it and kill all the creatures in your way.  After the shell falls into a pit, there will be some Hammer Bros. and a Paratroopa.  Kill them and fall into the second pit to get an E-Box.  From there, enter the cannon to be put in a very random fight against Dark Bowser.

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The Lake Second Boss: Dark Bowser

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Refer to character match-ups.  ALWAYS use the most ideal character for the battle.

 

Once you finish the fight, the level will be over and there will be a cutscene.

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The Ruined Zoo

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The Ruined Zoo: Area 1

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The first section of this level features a Lonely Lucas walking through an empty town in an opening cutscene.  Suddenly, a group of Primids show up and he’s being chased by a giant statue!  In this part, you must not be hit by the statue, as you’ll probably lose a life and die if you do.

 

The screen moves with the Statue, so if you get caught behind a box or an obstacle, there’s little to no chance that you’ll return alive.  Lucas’ double jump is very good, so you shouldn’t have to use PK Thunder to boost him over any obstacles.  At first, you’ll just be running through a series of boxes, but then Primids show up, leading to harder jumps.

 

The first jumpzone that’s worth mentioning is right after the first Primid shows up.  A bunch of logs will be sticking up from the ground, and at quite a height, and the ground is in a steep slant at the same time.  Be sure to jump before you get to the bottom of the decline, or you’re sure to be hit by the statue.  After that jump, there are few more log-based areas, but they aren’t that much of a hassle.  We also meet the Buckot, a new Primid.  These don’t directly engage you, but they are the ‘air support’ of the Primids.  They drop dry ice, or something that hurts, on you from above.  This can do massive damage.  Luckily, they have low HP and don’t move very fast. 

 

The next somewhat hard part is when there are gates.  Be sure to hit the switches quickly, or the statue will gain some ground on you.  The last switch is particularly tricky, as it’s on the roof and you wouldn’t normally expect that.  Almost right after that, there’s an area with a lake.  As soon as you reach the lake, jump onto the logs.  The statue will fall into the water, face first.  “Yay!  No more statue!” is what I first thought.  But then, it comes back right after you return to dry land.  So don’t think it’s over yet.  Just keep on moving, as there are no more obstacles, and a cutscene is soon to follow.

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The Ruined Zoo Boss Battle: Porky

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After a cutscene which has Ness save Lucas from the statue, a new menace is quick to appear.

 

With Porky, you will want to look out for his attack where he uses one of his claws to attack you multiple times when you’re moving toward him.  Also, when he’s walking fast, he can damage you if you touch him.

 

One of his most easily dodge-able attacks, is also one of the most dangerous.  Porky sends out explosive robots that if you touch them, can deal damage and send you flying.  You can avoid this by using your shield.

 

From time to time he jumps, so don’t be under him when he does that.  And REALLY don’t be under him when he’s floating around with a thin red line of electricity flowing under him.  This means he’s charging up a laser, which he fires directly under him, so don’t even get near him, as this does some damage.  His other laser attack, where he charges a ball of electricity above his head and shoots out a thin line of electricity at you is also easily avoidable.  Either jump or shield this one.

 

Ness and Lucas’ side-A attack and PK Fire both deal good damage.

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The Ruined Zoo: Area 2

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After Ness is turned into a trophy, Lucas wonders off and find the Pokemon Trainer.  They team up to fight Primids.  I would personally use PT, as Squirtle is actually pretty powerful.

 

You’ll immediately encounter some Primids, so be ready.  After these are defeated, you’ll find a Boom Primid, and something that looks like an Obstacle Course.  Defeat the Boom Primid and jump the spikes.  After this, some Primids and Aurorous will show up, so look out for those.

 

You’ll soon encounter a jump across a lake, so do that and immediately after a swarm of Aurorous will show up.  Dodge or kill them and move on.  Soon after, a new Primid will show up.  The Floow are hard to kill.  Their HP regenerates, and if they hit you with there attack you’ll gain a lot of damage.  Beat them as fast as you can!

 

Soon after you encounter your first Floow, there’s another Obstacle Course area.  Get on the swinging platforms and defeat the Floow that get in your way.  Try to avoid falling into the spike pit, because that’ll obviously do damage.  Soon after you clear the first swinging platform area, you’ll be stuck in a fixed area battle.  Primids, Boom Primids, and Floows will show up.  Soon after this, there will be a hole in the wall.  Enter the hole.

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The Ruined Zoo: Area 3

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You’ll immediately find a closed gate (open it with the switch) to an arena battle area.  New Primids named Bytans show up.  There attacks don’t do much damage, but they can create more of themselves, and in groups can be very powerful.  If you ever see one glowing, destroy it, or there will be another Bytan for you to deal with.  Once you’re allowed to move on, take the upper root to find a Golden E-Box.

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The Ruined Zoo: Area 4

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You’ll immediately run into some springs and a Boom Primid.  Kill the Boom and get on the springs to go to the higher level (the lower level is blocked off).  Once you get off the top level, head back to the left on the ground to find a bonus door.  There will be a Golden E-Box and a regular E-Box here.  Once you head back, enter yet another Obstacle Course.  The Floows might knock you into spikes if they hit you with there attack, so be careful.  Right after the area with the Floows, there’s an arena battle.  There’s Tickens, Fire Primids, and Boom Primids.

 

After you move on from here, there are springs that will lead you over a set of tall wooden poles.  Instead go down and to the left to find an E-Box.  Then head back to the springs and jump over the wooden poles to reach the end of the level.

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The Battlefield Fortress

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The Battlefield Fortress: Area 1

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Now a new character, Marth, is introduced.  At the beginning of the level there will immediately be both regular and Sword Primids.  Soon after you get past those Primids, some Armight’s and a Borboras will be waiting for you in an open chamber area.  Once past these, you’ll notice a key.  Take it and open the locked gate to your right with it.  Enter the door to find a bonus area.  There will be a Golden and regular E-Box.  When getting these, be sure to dodge the Fire Jyks.

 

Once out of the bonus area head left and take the bottom root.  There will be an E-Box there.  Continue to the left, expect Primids and Armights along the way.  Soon, you’ll be at the door to area 2.

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The Battlefield Fortress: Area 2

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“Oh no!  I can’t hit the switch!”  Well, you can.  Instead of trying to hit the switch with regular attacks, use Marth’s B attack.  This will reach through the wall and hit the switch.  Once through the wall there will be yet another new Primid.  Roaders are one-wheeled motorcycles.  They’re fast and deadly, but have low HP.  Good timing and aiming is a major asset to fighting these.

 

After about three, you’ll find a switch on the ground.  The only reason to hit this is if you’re trying to get a lot of points, as it will only spawn about four extra Primid.  I say walk on.

 

After a few Spaaks and some other Primids, a new cutscene will be triggered, introducing Meta Knight.  Choose one and move onto the arena battle.

The Battlefield Fortress: Arena Battle

 

The first thing you’ll notice is that there’s a Primid – with a gun.  Take care of the regular and Sword Primids initially charging at you, and then take out the new Primid, the Scope Primid.  These are fairly weak, and can usually be killed in 1-2 hits.  There attack is easily dodged, so you don’t have to worry.

 

You’re in an arena area, and after you kill the first few Primids, more Scope Primids, Buckots, and a few regular Primids will spawn.  After this wave is killed, three more Buckots will appear.  After the three Buckots, Sword and Scope Primids will attack you.  After you kill a few (not all) of these, a Greap will appear.  Once this set of enemies is defeated, you’ll  move on.

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The Battlefield Fortress: Area 3

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Head to the left to enter a fixed camera battle with Sword Primids, regular Primids, and Scope Primids.  There’s only about 3 or 4 of each, so it’s not that hard.  Right after that, there will be the third new Primid in this level, the Autolance.

 

Autolance’s are exactly what the name implies, automated lances.  They move at a fair speed and once they start rumbling in place, get behind it.  This means that they’re about to attack you.  Directly to the left of the first Autolance there’s an E-Box.

 

From there, the screen will start moving towards the right on it’s own, so try and keep up.  You’ll first encounter a Primid, Scope Primid, and an Autolance.  While you don’t have to kill these, you can for points.  After the first area with a structure, there’s a little indentation on the cliff you jump onto.  The indentation contains a trophy, get it and hurry back up to the top.  There will be a Popant and a Primid right at the top, so take care of those.  Right after this we enter a fixed screen battle.  The enemies are Sword Primids, regular Primids, and a Greap.  After you finish this, you’ll immediately enter another fixed screen battle.  This time, a Scope Primid, regular Primids, and two Autolance will be your enemies.

 

Yet another fixed screen battle happens right after you defeat the two Autolance, and this time you’re fighting Sephiroth.

 

 

Just kidding.  Actually, you’re going up against six Feyesh, two Sword Primds, two Armights, and another two Autolance.

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The Battlefield Fortress: Area 4

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You’ll start by dropping down into a mine cart.  This requires good timing, and the only advice to be given is to jump out of the cart as soon as you see the spikes.  Crashing into those aren’t very fun.  A bonus door can be found right after the spikes.  Jump into the cart and after you run through two walls of boxes, jump out of the cart as there will be spikes.  You’ll be rewarded with a Golden and regular E-Box.

 

After you head back into the normal area, get back on the regular path and go right.  You’ll be put in another fixed camera area, containing Sword Primids, Primids, and Scope Primids.  After beating them, a regular E-Box will appear.

 

Move onto the mine cart and jump in.  Jump as soon as you see the yellow caution sign.  In the third cart, when you jump, you’ll have to either fly if you’re meta-knight or use up to your B-Up attack with Marth to reach the platform with the door to area 5.

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The Battlefield Fortress: Area 5

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Now Ike is available to you.  Choose the three swordsman in the order that you’re best with them.

 

You’re welcoming party is two Primids, which will be running at you and not waiting idle.  After, there will be a Buckot, a Roader, and a few more Primids waiting.  Right after the statue that strangely looks a bit like Megatron, there will be a fixed camera battle.  There will be Feyesh, Sword Primids, Buckots, and a new enemy – Nagagogs. These little buggers start out small and blue and can end up giant and red.  There HP meter is giant, but they’re weak and slow.  More of a nuisance that a threat.  Once this is done, you will reach the end of the level and a cutscene, in which Luigi gets turned into a trophy by Dedede, Wario attempts to steal the trophy (but is foiled), and Dedede then steals Wario’s Zelda and Ness trophies.  Owned.

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The Forest

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The Forest: Area 1

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ZOMG LINK.  Yes, that’s right fangirls, Link is here.  And Yoshi, but despite the fact that he’s a dinosaur and is much cooler, we get more of an emphasis on Link.  Disregarding that, Link and Yoshi team up to fight some Primids.  Pick one.

 

Start out by heading to the right.  Immediately, a few Primids and a Boom Primid will show up.  Soon after, the screen will lock in place and there will be Boom, Sword, and regular Primids.  After then, just head right (you’ll encounter a few Puppits and Bucculus) and soon there will be an E-Box.  Hit it for some items.  From there, head back towards the tree you just jumped over, enter the whole in it, and get in the door.

 

Inside, there will be a fire Jyk, an E-Box, and a Golden E-Box.  Hit them both for some items.  Upon returning to the outside, there will be some Boom Primid.  Head on from there to see two Puppits hanging between two trees.  Take these out without falling down because on the bottom two Bucculus are waiting to attack.  There’s an E-Box behind the second tree, so be sure to hit that.

 

From there head on to the right to have the screen lock.  Boom Primids, regular Primids, and Puppits will be your foes for this battle.  They should be easily dispatched, so once they’re defeated move on.

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The Forest: Area 2

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In the next area you will immediately encounter two Trowlons and after that some Aurorous and regular Primids.  Jump up on the springs to see an Aurorous.  Once that’s taken care of jump on the next spring.  Though you don’t have to, you can hit an E-Box by doing this so it’s probably a good idea.  But be careful as a Trowlon will come and try to float you off the screen.

 

Instead of going immediately too the right off of the tree platform area, instead drop down one layer then drop off to the left.  Another E-Box will be waiting for you (as well as a Trowlon and a Ticken, so be careful).  Immediately to the right after that, the screen will lock and you’ll face some Tickens and Puppits.

 

From there, head to your right and hit the bomb-box to reveal an E-Box.  You’ll also encounter some Puppits and a Primid here.  Hit the next bomb-box (but be sure not to be standing on the boxes that will explode because of this, or you’ll fall into the river) to reveal a Golden E-Box.  The next bomb-box will reveal a door.

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The Forest: Area 3

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Immediately after entering, a Feyesh will appear.  For a while to the right, you’ll encounter a lot of these and a few Fire Primids.  After that section, a series of C-Poles can be used to destroy a congregation of Mites, so I recommend using that instead of fighting the little buggers (You may have to use it up to three times, so be ready).

 

Lightly hit the next C-Pole, so that it will open up the way to an E-Box, but not so it will destroy the ground.  From there, a series of Shellpods will advance on you until you arrive upon a switch.  Hit the switch to make some platforms appear.  Head up this section then go to the right to encounter some Feyesh and a Fire Primid.

 

Continue on to the right and the screen will lock.  Shellpods, Fire Primids, and Feyesh will be your enemies here (luckily for me, the first Shellpod dropped a hammer so this wasn’t to hard).  Head to the right and the level is over.

 

(Side note:  OMG SNAKE IS IN THAT BOX)

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The Research Facility

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The Research Facility: Area 1

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You’ll start off playing as Zero Suit Samus (ZSS for short).  There’s nothing in any of the boxes, to the right or left, so just jump over/smash your way through them to get to the door.  Once you’re out in the next area, hop on the elevator and tap up on the control stick.  Head to the left (jump over the gap) and you’ll be introduced to new enemies.  The R.O.B. Sentry (ROBS) and the R.O.B. Blaster (ROBB).  Destroy the boxes to get a Golden E-Box.

 

Head back towards the elevator, tap up again on the control stick.  Go the right there and enter the door to trigger a cutscene.

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The Research Facility: Area 2

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Start off with choosing Pikachu here, because well… it’s Pikachu.  You’ll spawn while being faced with a series of ROBS and ROBB.  They should be easy to dispatch, so once you’re done with them enter the door.

 

Start off in this area by ignoring the windmill platforms and staying towards the bottom (there will be ROBS and ROBB).  Go all the way across and then head down the latter.  Enter the door on the bottom.

 

Once on the inside, you’ll be greeted with a screen locked.  There will be Roturrets and ROBS (If you went with my advice and choose Pikachu, thunder is an effective attack on Roturrets).  Head to the right to be greeted by a ROBS and a ROBB, defeat them, and then get on the launching device.  You’ll see a key and will be greeted by a ROBS and a Buckot.  Killing the enemies is optional, so don’t waste your time with killing them.  Head back towards the left and go onto the upper platform.  Unlock the gate, go up to the next level and go to the right.  Defeat the Roturret, but don’t get on the launching device.  You’ll get launched towards a bottomless pit (tl;dr: YOU’LL DIE).  Instead, just pick up the key directly too the right of the Roturret and proceed to unlock the door on the left side of the current level.  Kill the ROBB, hit the switch, and head back through the door that you used to enter this area.

 

Once back in the main section, head up the ladder and Wall Jump up the wall and enter the door to the right.  You’ll see the platform that moved after you hit the switch in the previous area there.  Stand on it, and it will start moving.  The only thing you’ll have to do here is dodge the Jyk’s.  Once the platform stops moving kill the two Glunders that appear.  Hit the switch that appears after this happens.  Run back to the main area on the platform that appears.

 

Wall jump upwards once more and head to the right to get an E-Box.  Then head to the left to get to the door to the next area.  You’ll be greeted by some Bytans, which are completely optional, and start heading upwards.  You’ll be greeted by a new enemy, the R.O.B. Launcher (ROBL).  Once more, these enemies are completely optional and you don’t have to defeat them.  Once you reach the top, go to the right to get an E-Box and then enter the door to your left.

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The Research Facility: Area 3

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Head to the left and begin to wall jump up the wall.  Destroy the E-Box for a heart container, and once you head back down the lower area, you’ll be greeted by a group of giant bytan.  Kill them before they can clone, and start heading to the right.

 

You’ll enter a minefield, which is populated by ROBL.  After heading to the right for a while, and the screen will lock.  All there will be are about six Metal Primids, so there’s nothing to worry about.  Once you’ve defeated these, just start heading to the right to reach the end of the level.

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The Lake Shore

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The Lake Shore: Dark Zelda Battle

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Refer to character match-ups.  ALWAYS use the most ideal character for the battle.

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The Lake Shore: Link and Yoshi vs. Mario and Pit

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Sadly, you can’t choose Link or Yoshi for this one, but there are two basic strategies for this battle.

 

Using Pit:  Damage using the arrow and the side-B.  Side-Smash to K.O.

 

Using Mario:  Combo Link and Yoshi upwards until they’re in the 70% range.  From there, side-smash to K.O. (either that or use the water-blaster).

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The Lake Shore:  Area 1

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Choose Link for this one.  His combination between speed and power is pretty useful here.  Starting off, you’ll be greeted by a new Primid, call Bombed.  They’ll pretty much throw their heads at you and cause damage.  These guys are already annoying, but then, you guessed it, we get Mites.  I hate them.  I hate those.  I hate them very much.  So, kill them all for me.

 

From there, continue heading the right and you’ll continue to see Bombeds and will eventually come across an E-Box (Tickens will spawn by here too).  Hit the E-Box, kill the Ticken, and move on.

 

You’ll come across a platform that will start to move on it’s own.  Needless to say, the screen will lock and you’ll get in a fight.  There will be Bombeds, and after you defeat several of those, two Spaaks and a Greap will spawn.  Kill these, and the platform will start heading downwards.  Bullet Bills will start spawning, so kill or dodge those.  Enter the door to the right of where the platform lands.

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The Lake Shore:  Area 2

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The screen moves on this one, so keep moving!  Look out for the Bucculus, as it’s the first enemy in this level.  After this, you’ll just have to jump over a few things, and jump over like two Jyks.  Not very much to worry about at this point.

 

Once the platforms start moving up and down, you’ll come across another Bucculus.  Just dodge it, because you may not have enough time to get on the next block while it’s under the Jyk if you try and kill it.

 

When you jump over the gap, a block will come flying off the wall to try to knock you back into the gap.  Stay low when you jump for this one.  There are two Bucculus on either side of the Jyk’s that appear.  Feel free to kill these, and jump over the launcer (if you get on at the wrong time you’ll get K.O.’d.  Insstead, just run across the falling blocks and beware of the Mites.  There will be some platform jumping for a while (a Bucculus appears along the way, so look out for that), hit the Golden E-Box on your way, and enter the hole in the mountain.

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The Lake Shore: Area 3

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You’ll immediately be greeted by some Shaydas.  These can be tricky, so try to dispatch of them as quickly as you can.  Head down the hole that appears once these are defeated.

 

Jump in the mine cart and jump out once you see the caution symbol.  Go to the upper left area to find an E-Box.  From there, just start heading to the right and take out the Feyesh on the way.  Once you reach the ledge, jump up to the right to reach a hidden ledge, and destroy some boxes to find a hidden door.

 

Once inside the hidden area, just head to the left and destroy the Golden and Regular E-Boxes.  Head back out towards the regular area.

 

Once you’re back out, head back to the ledge that you jumped off of to get to the hidden ledge.  Head to the right from there and dodge past all the burning stone columns.  Once out, get the key and take it the uppermost level and start heading down that route.  You’ll encounter a Shaydas along the way, so dispatch of that to make is spawn a hidden door.

 

Here, swim across the water to get a regular E-Box.  Start heading upwards, and destroy the blocks that are blocking the area towards the Golden E-Box.  Head back out and start heading towards where you would have gone if you hadn’t been distracted by the hidden door.  You’ll eventually reach a screen lock, an you’ll encounter Feyesh, Ticken, and Shaydas.  Enter the door after the screen lock to get an E-Box and Golden E-Box.  Then, enter the Golden Door to end the level.

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Annoncement

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Yeah.  10 levels.  Go me.  I’ll be adding on another 10 each time I update, so that’s all for now.  Any great maze related needs can be found at the following link: 

 

http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/wii/file/928518/52181 (credit goes to Miqe_0 for making this)

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_____________/ 3. Character List

 

There are many characters in the world of Super Smash Brothers, most of them representing various games.  Some of them icons, some of them retro, they’re all popular.  Here they are.

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Newcomers

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Pit- An angel boy from Skyland.  Originally appeared in Kid Icarus (1986).

 

Wario- Originally known as the ‘anti-mario’, Wario is now known for minigame collections and eating garlic.  Originally appeared in Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (1992)

 

Zero Suit Samus- Samus without her armor.  Originally appeared in Metroid (1987).

 

Ike- The protagonist of the Fire Emblem game Path of Radiance (2005).

 

Pokemon Trainer- Commonly referred to as ‘Red’, this boy controls Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard.  Originally appeared in Pokemon Red/Blue/Green (1996)

 

Diddy Kong- A friend of Donkey Kongs’.  Originally appeared in Donkey Kong Country (1994)

 

Meta Knight- A rival of Kirby who has both fought with and against Kirby.  Originally appeared in Kirby’s Adventure (1993)

 

Solid Snake- A clone of Big Boss.  He is an enemy of Metal Gear and is aided by the creator of Metal Gear REX, Hal Emmerich, who is now known as Otacon.  Originally appeared in Metal Gear (1987)

 

Lucas- The main character of the Japan only Mother 3 (2006).

 

Sonic the Hedgehog- The world’s fastest creature.  The second announced third-party character for Super Smash Brothers, after Sold Snake.  Originally appeared in Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)

 

King Dedede- The main antagonist in the Kirby series.  Though he has battled alongside Kirby on rare occasions, it was only because they had an enemy in common.  Originally appeared in Kirby’s Dream Land (1992)

 

Olimar- An astronaut from the planet Hocotate.  He battles alongside the Pikmin in Super Smash Brothers.  Originally appeared in Pikmin (2001)

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Veterans

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Mario- The icon of Nintendo and arguably the video-gaming universe.  Originally known as ‘Jumpman’ his name was changed due to a resemblance between the Nintendo of America landlord Mario Segale.  He is voiced by the same person in all three Super Smash Brothers games, Charles Martinet.  Originally appeared in Donkey Kong (1981)

 

Link- The main character of the Legend of Zelda series.  Commonly referred to as the hero of time, he has had many incarnations over the years.  The Link from Ocarina of Time is usually considered to be the first Link.  Originally appeared in The Legend of Zelda (1987)

 

Kirby- A pink denizen of Dreamland.  He was created by Masahiro Sakurai, who has also created the Super Smash Brothers series.  Originally appeared in Kirby’s Dream Land (1992)

 

Pikachu- A small, electric mouse popularized by the Pokemon anime.  Though he is weak in all of the installments of the Pokemon series (excluding Yellow version), he is the icon of Pokemon.  Originally appeared in Pokemon Red/Blue/Green (1996)

 

Fox- A humanoid Fox who belongs to the mercenary group Star Fox.  He appeared in one of the first 3-D games on the NES.  Originally appeared in Star Fox (1993)

 

Samus- She is considered the galaxies’ most famous bounty hunter.  She was the first major female video game character and is the protagonist of the Metroid series.  Originally appeared in Metroid (1986).

 

Zelda- The namesake of the Legend of Zelda series.  Originally appeared in The Legend of Zelda (1987)

 

Bowser- The Koopa King and arch-nemesis of Mario.  He’s known for falling into lava whenever Mario beats him (seriously, this happened in like every Mario game except for the one for the N64).  Originally appeared in Super Mario Bros. (1985)

 

Donkey Kong- The original antagonist of Mario, is now considered one of Mario’s friends.  Originally appeared in Donkey Kong (1981)

 

Yoshi- First a sidekick of Mario and Luigi’s, he has since formed his own gaming franchise.  Originally appeared in Super Mario World (1991)

 

Peach- Mario’s love interest who’s actual name is Princess Toadstool.  She’s been a damsel in distress, a helper, and even has one of her own games for the Nintendo DS.  Originally appeared in Super Mario Bros. (1985)

 

Ice Climbers- A pair of two children from Icicle Mountain.  Known as Popo and Nana, these are viewed by fans as siblings, lovers, or just friends.  Originally appeared in Ice Climber (1985)

 

Sheik- The alter-ego of Zelda.  When dressed up as Sheik, Zelda is virtually unrecognizable and is usually mistaken as a male.  Originally appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)

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Unlockables

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Ness- A 13-year-old from the town of Onett, he uses PSI powers to dispatch his foes.  Originally appeared in EarthBound (1995)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play five matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Reflect ten projectiles

- Get Ness to join your party in the Subspace Emissary

 

Marth- The main character in the first, third, and eleventh Fire Emblem games.  His original appearance is very different than that of his current look.  Originally appeared in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragons and the Blade of Light (1990, Japan only)

 

Unlock by:

 

-Play ten matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Finish Classic on any difficulty level

- Get Marth to join your party in the Subspace Emissary

 

Luigi- Mario’s brother who has appeared as a partner of Mario through many of his adventures.  He has gone on to star in his own game, Luigi’s Mansion.  He achieved his name because of a pizza parlor near the Nintendo of America headquarters entitled ‘Mario and Luigi’s’.  Originally appeared in Mario Bros. (1983)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play twenty-two matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Beat Classic with no continues

- Get Luigi to join your party in the Subspace Emissary

 

Falco- The ace pilot of the Star Fox mercenary team, he is known for being brash and egotistical.  Originally appeared in Star Fox (1993)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play fifty matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Clear the 100-Man Brawl

- Get Falco to join your party in the Subspace Emissary

 

Captain Falcon- An F-Zero pilot and a bounty hunter.  He’s considered the main character of the F-Zero series, even though he wasn’t originally designated as such in the original F-Zero game.  Originally appeared in F-Zero (1990)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play seventy matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Beat Classic on the normal difficulty or higher in less that twelve minutes

- Get Captain Falcon join your party in the Subspace Emissary

 

Lucario- An Anubis-like Pokemon that evolves from Riolu.  He was confirmed along with Jigglypuff due to a promotional video from January 21st, 2007 that showed a Groudon with the faces of Pikachu, Pokemon Trainer, Lucario, and Jigglypuff to show that the sticker could be used for these four characters.  Originally appeared in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl (2007)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play one-hundred matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Beat Target Smash on all difficulty levels (both one and two player modes can be used to achieve this)

- Get Lucario to join your party in the Subspace Emissary

 

R.O.B.- The only character in the Super Smash Brothers universe that was never actually in a game.  It’s name stands for Robotic Operating Buddy, which played was compatible with two games for the SNES, Gyromite and Stack-up.  Originally appeared in Gyromite (1985)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play one-hundred-and-sixty matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Get 250 different trophies

- Get R.O.B. to join your party in the Subspace Emissary

 

Mr. Game and Watch- The mascot for Nintendo’s Game and Watch franchise.  He originally appeared on the Game and Watch handheld, which was a game system and an alarm clock all in one.  Originally appeared in Game and Watch series (1980)

Unlock by:

 

- Play 250 matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Clear Target Smash on any difficulty setting with thirty characters

- Get Mr. Game and Watch to join your party in the Subspace Emissary

 

Ganondorf- Considered the ultimate evil of the Nintendo universe.  He’s Link’s arch-enemy.  Originally appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play 200 matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Clear Classic on the Hard difficulty or higher using Zelda or Link

- Get Ganondorf to join your party in the Subspace Emissary

 

Jigglypuff- The balloon Pokemon who gained popularity through the Pokemon anime.  She was confirmed in the same way that Lucario was.  Originally appeared in Pokemon Red/Blue/Green (1998)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play 350 matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Beat twenty or more events after completing the Subspace Emissary

- Enter the hidden door in The Swamp level after completing the Subspace Emissary

 

Toon Link- A cel-shaded version of Link.  Originally appeared in The Legend of Zelda:  The Wind Waker (2003)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play 400 matches in the regular Brawl mode

- After completing the Subspace Emissary, complete Classic mode

- Enter the hidden door in The Forest level after completing the Subspace Emissary

 

Wolf- The leader of the rival team of Star Fox, Star Wolf.  Usually viewed as an anti-hero instead of a true villain, little has been revealed about his past.  Originally appeared in Star Fox 64 (1997)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play 450 matches in the regular Brawl mode

- Beat the Boss Battles mode with Fox or Falco after completing the Subspace Emissary

- Enter the hidden door in The Ruins area after completing the Subspace Emissary

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_____________/ 4. Stage List

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Default Stages

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1. Battlefield (Super Smash Brothers)

2. Delfino Plaza (Super Mario Sunshine)

3. Yoshi’s Island SSBB (Yoshi’s Island)

4. Lylat Cruise (Star Fox)

5. Bridge of Eldin (Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess)

6. Smashville (Animal Crossing)

7. Rumble Falls (Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat)

8. Skyworld (Kid Icarus)

9. Castle Siege (Fire Emblem)

10. Wario Ware, Inc. (Wario Ware)

11. Pokemon Stadium 2 (Pokemon)

12. Halberd (Kirby)

13. Shadow Moses Island (Metal Gear Solid)

14. New Pork City (EarthBound)

15. PictoChat (Nintendo DS)

16. Summit (Ice Climber)

17. Norfair (Metroid)

18. Temple (Legend of Zelda)

19. Mario Circuit (Mario Kart)

20. Frigate Orpheon (Metroid Prime)

21. Yoshi’s Island SSBM (Yoshi’s Island)

22. Corneria (Star Fox)

23. Onett (EarthBound)

24. Brinstar (Metroid)

25. Rainbow Cruise (Super Mario 64)

26. Distant Planet (Pikmin)

27. Mushroomy Kingdom (Super Mario Brothers)

28. Port Town: Aero Drive (F-Zero)

29. Final Destination (Super Smash Brothers)

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Unlockables

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1. Mario Bros. (Mario Bros.)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Complete Event 19, Wario Bros.

 

2. Green Hill Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Unlock Sonic

 

3. Luigi’s Mansion (Luigi’s Mansion)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play as Luigi in three Brawls

 

4. Spear Pillar (Pokemon)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Complete Event 25, The Aura Is With Me

 

5. 75m (Donkey Kong)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Use Donkey Kong 25 times in a regular Brawl match (CPU usages do NOT count)

 

6. Flat Zone 2 (Game and Watch)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Unlock Mr. Game and Watch

 

7. Jungle Japes (Donkey Kong Country)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play ten Brawls on Melee stages

 

8. Green Greens (Kirby)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play as Kirby twenty times in a regular Brawl match (CPU usages do NOT count)

 

9. Pokemon Stadium (Pokemon)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play on Pokemon Stadium 2 ten times

 

10. Big Blue (F-Zero)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Play as Captain Falcon ten times in a regular Brawl match (CPU usages do NOT count)

 

11. Hanenbow (Electroplankton)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Clear Event 28, Flower Blooms in the Echoes

 

12. Pirate Ship (Legend of Zelda: The Wink Waker)

 

Unlock by:

 

- Unlock Toon Link

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Classic

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Progression (once all characters are unlocked):

 

Stage 1- Fight a Zelda character.  This is done either in teams or one on one.

 

Stage 2- Fight Giant Yoshi with Diddy Kong and Donkey Kong as your allies or fight Diddy Kong and Donkey Kong with Yoshi as your ally.

 

Stage 3- Fight a Pokemon character.

 

Stage 4- Fight Marth and Ike

 

Bonus Stage 1- Target Smash

 

Stage 5- Fight a Giant Kirby character

 

Stage 6- Versus random character or Versus Team

 

Stage 7- Versus Metal or Versus Team (you will get team for this if you didn’t for stage 6)

 

Stage 8- Fight a Mario character

 

Stage 9- Versus random character or Versus Team

 

Stage 10- Versus random character

 

Bonus Stage 2 -Target Smash

 

Stage 11- Versus three random characters

 

Final Stage- Versus Master Hand or Master Hand and Crazy Hand

 

Bonus Stage 3- During the credits shoot the pictures of characters or the trophies to get coins for the coin launcher.

 

Note:  If I’m missing/misplaced anybody here please excuse it.  Send me an e-mail (listed at the top and bottom of the FAQ) for a correction.

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All-Star

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Strategy:

 

Avoid getting hit as much as possible.  Try to pace yourself in using the three available heart containers so that you don’t immediately run out of HP replenishment.

 

On stages where you fight more than two people, only two of the people you right will appear at a time.

 

Another good idea is to pay attention to items.  Only use items that could harm you, such as the Bomb-omb, if you’re good with that item.  If not, avoid it.

 

Progression:

 

Fight 1- Mr. Game and Watch

 

Fight 2- Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Bowser

 

Fight 3- Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong

 

Fight 4- Ice Climbers

 

Fight 5- R.O.B.  (Try to use the Koopa shells and Crabs in this one to avoid getting hit)

 

Fight 6- Zelda, Toon link, Link, and Ganondorf

 

Fight 7- Samus

 

Fight 8- Pit

 

Fight 9- Snake

 

Fight 10- Lucas and Ness

 

Fight 11- Ike and Marth

 

Fight 12- Yoshi

 

Fight 13- Captain Falcon

 

Fight 14- Sonic

 

Fight 15- King Dedede, Kirby, and Meta Knight

 

Fight 16- Wolf, Falco, and Fox

 

Fight 17- Wario

 

Fight 18- Jigglypuff, Lucario, Pokemon Trainer, and Pikachu

 

Fight 19- Olimar team

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Single Player Events

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Event 1:  Two Trouble Kings.

 

Defeat Bowser and King Dedede using Mario.  Both the player and the CPUs have one life.  If you’re starting to get overwhelmed, dodge and shield your way out of trouble.  Use the items to your advantage.

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Event 2: Landmaster Ignition

 

Fight Shiek and Meta Knight as Fox.  You will always have the option to use a final smash and you must kill at least one of them by using the Landmaster.

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Event 3: Pink Ball Repulsion

 

K.O. Kirby with Meta Knight.  You will have two lives and Kirby will have one.  This is timed at 1:24 so be careful.

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Event 4: Cleaning House in Skyworld

 

Destroy all the platforms in Skyworld.  Completely disregard Wario for this fight.

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Event 5: Become the Champion!

Your opponent is Pokemon Trainer and you are Pokemon Trainer.  I recommend using Squirtle to rack up damage and then using either Ivysaur or Charizard to K.O.  Both you and your opponent have three lives.

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Event 6: Super Bowser Bros.

 

You with one life against three Marios with infinite lives.  Make it to the flag at the end of Mushroomy Kingdom 1-1.  Don’t try to fight unless it’s to knockback the Marios.  Just keep running

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Event 7: Diddy Kong Panic

 

The player is Donkey Kong and goes against a team of fifteen Diddy Kongs.  On easier difficulties use the down-b, but on Hard mode try to lure the Diddys to the edge and take them out from there.

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Event 8: Go!  Triple Finish!

 

Pikachu is fighting Charizard, Squirtle, and Ivysaur.  You play as Pikachu and have two stock while the three other Pokemon only have one.  If you are getting crowded by the other three use thunder to clear them out.

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Event 9: The Monster beneath the Earth

 

Ike has to defeat two Diddy Kongs before you reach the final stage of the Castle Siege level.  If you’re not successful, a giant Donkey Kong will join the fight.  Defeat the two Diddys quickly using smash attacks before Donkey Kong comes in.

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Event 10: All-Star Battle Regulars

 

You fight the eight smashers who have been here since the beginning.  Pick your character and get ready to fight.  In order they are Mario, Donkey Kong, Link, Samus, Yoshi, Kirby, Fox, and Pikachu.  Two will appear at a time.  Use the respawn time to smash off an opponent when you’re not double-teamed.

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Event 11: Yoshi’s Rainbow

 

You, the Ice Climbers, fight six Yoshis.  Beat them in the order of red, pink, yellow, green, pale blue, then blue or you lose.  You have one life.

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Event 12: Sleeping in the Eggs

 

You play as Yoshi trying to get Kirby and Pikachu in eggs.  You have one life.  Try to get Pikachu in first as he’s the faster one and then go for Kirby.

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Event 13: Dragoon Strike

 

Gather the three Dragoon parts and then K.O. the three Warios.  You play as Kirby and have two lives.  You don’t have to defeat all three at once as Dragoon parts will spawn more than once.

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Event 14: Sproutrage of the Flower Pikmin

 

Start out by pulling out three Pikmin.  Then just dodge the two Pokemon until the Pikmin grow flowers on there heads.

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Event 15: The Hammer of the King

 

You and two other Dedede’s must fend off a giant, metallic Dedede.  It’s already slow speed is now even slower so go on the offensive as much as possible.

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Event 16: Power Suit on!

 

Get a smash ball and use it to regain the Power Suit.  Ignore the other two Samus’ unless they’re attacking the smash ball.  To make it easier, you have two lives.

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Event 17: Super Waterfall Climb

 

Teleportation’s and double jumps aren’t needed for this one.  Just be sure to use the ladders and platforms to your advantage.  Continue to climb even if the scroll speed slows down because this one can scroll fast.

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Event 18: Dark Link Duel

 

Dark Link is incredibly aggressive.  Keep moving and use Link’s ranged attacks to your advantage.  When you get close try to knock Dark Link into the air and start to combo him.

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Event 19: Wario Bros.

 

Use the koopa shells to K.O. Mario and Luigi easily.  Everybody will have two lives.  If  done properly you can clear this event with taking no damage on even the hard difficulty.

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Event 20: All-Star Battle x1

 

Fight the eight Brawl newcomers in a row.  Use the same strategy for this one as you did for Event 10.  Character progression: Wario, Meta Knight, Pit, Samus, Olimar, Lucas, Diddy Kong, Pokemon Trainer.

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Event 21: Visit to Onett

 

Use Lucas to fight Ness.  Use PK Thunder to damage Ness before he can close in.  You each have two lives.

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Event 22: Monkeys Unite

 

Defeat Lucario and Sheik.  Everybody has two lives.  Try to combo your enemies into the green spikes for quick kills.  Use items to your advantage.

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Event 23: Molten Norfair

 

This one if pretty easy.  You have two lives while Fox and Falcon have an infinite amount.  Just wait for the capsule to show up and then hide in their.  Knock the two out if they get to close.  If you get KOed just wait on the platform for as long as you can.

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Event 24: Come On, Blue Falcon

 

Obtain a Smash Ball to KO the ROBs.  No real strategy here.  You will automatically lose if it takes longer than 45 seconds.

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Event 25:  The Aura Is With Me

 

Fight as Lucario starting at 182%!  Because of his aura ability, the more damage he takes, the more powerful he gets.  The Shadow Ball helps in this battle.

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Event 26: The Slow and Easy Life

 

Fend off the three mini-Olimars using Ness.  Their AI is horrible, even on hard.  Letting them run into a charged baseball bat is a plausible strategy on all three difficulties.

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Event 27: Three-Beast Carnage

 

Use ROB to fight a giant DK, Charizard, and Bowser.  The key in this battle is to avoid attacks.  Most of then have enough knockback to kill you before 10%.  These three may start fighting each other, so distance yourself and hope that happens.

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Event 28: Flower Blooms in the Echoes

 

Make all of the leaves on the right tree red.  Not very hard, and sometimes the Olimar even help you.  If you’re good enough, KO the Olimar first.

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Event 29: All-Star Semifinal Regulars

 

Fight Luigi, Captain Falcon, Ness, and Jigglypuff in that order.  Check character strategies.

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Event 30: Sonic Boom

 

Use Sonic to fight fifteen other Sonics!  This is an easy one – just use the up smash and down smash to demolish them.

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Event 31: The Ultimate Bodyguard

 

Protect Zelda with Marth!  Two Ganons will try to kill her.  Both Ganons have two lives, while you and Zelda only have one.  Once the third stage of the course is reached, Zelda will transform into Shiek and start attacking.

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Event 32: Bird in the Darkest Night

 

Use Falco to fight Game and Watch.  The stage will become completely dark on and off, making it hard to jump onto platforms.  Falco’s chaingrab will help here (explained in Character Strategies).

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Event 33: Advent of the Evil King

 

Use Ganon to fight Pit, Link, and Zelda.  You have two lives and your opponents have one each.  They’ll walk right into your Warlock Punch, so use this for easy KOs.

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Event 34: All-Star Battle Melee

 

The eight challengers from Melee fight!  Fight Bowser, Peach, Zelda, the Ice Climbers, Marth, Game and Watch, Falco, and Ganondorf in that order.  Refer to character strategies.

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Event 35: The Visitor to Flat Zone

 

Use Game and Watch to fight against Toon Link, Peach, and Jigglypuff.  You all have one life.

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Event 36: High-Tech Special Forces

 

Use Snake to fight Wolf, Samus, and Captain Falcon.  You have two lives while the three computers have one.

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Event 37: The Pirate Airship

 

Defeat the two Yoshis when the airship is in the sky.  Damage them while your still at the Ocean segment.  Killing them on the gust up, or on the way back down does not count.  If you did it wrong, the Yoshi’s will just respawn.

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Event 38: The Wolf Hunts the Fox

 

Fight Fox and Falco with Wolf.  You have two stock and they have one.  Super Scopes help here.

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Event 39:  All-Star Battle x2

 

Fight Dedede, Ike, Lucario, ROB, Toon Link, Snake, Sonic, and Wolf in that order.

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Event 40: The Final Battle

 

Use any character to fight Ganondorf, Dedede, and Bowser.  You have two stocks, your opponent has one.

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Event 41: The FINAL Final Battle

 

Fight a giant Mario, a Sonic, and a Snake.  Everybody has two stocks.

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Stadium

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The Stadium mode is your general mess-around section.  Feel like taking a break from the grand adventure of the SSE?  Feel like seeing if you can break any records in the home run contest?  This is your place.

 

Target Smash

 

Unfortunately, the character specific target smash stages are now gone.  If you need help getting through these quickly with any particular character, just look on YouTube for it.

 

Home-Run Contest

 

Use the baseball bat to knock the sandbag as far as you can!  As with the Target Smash, there are YouTube videos for specific characters.

 

Multi-Man Brawl

 

This mode spans into six different modes, all compatible for two player co-op.  These include 10-Man Brawl, 100-Man Brawl, 3-Minute Brawl, 15-Minutes Brawl, Endless Brawl, and Cruel Brawl.

 

In 10-Man Brawl you face ten fairly easy alloys.

 

100-Man Brawl is the same as 10-Man Brawl, just that there’s one hundred instead of ten.

 

3-Minute Brawl is when you fight alloys continuously for three minutes.  Go for the high score!

 

15-Minute Brawl is the same as 3-Minute Brawl, just fifteen minutes instead of three.

 

Endless Brawl is exactly what the title says – Endless.  Fight until you die.

 

In Cruel Brawl you are matched up against ten incredibly powerful enemies.  It’s hard, so don’t go in thinking that they’ll just run into your front smash like level nine computers will.

 

Boss Battles

 

Fight the ten bosses of the Brawl!  Tabuu is always last, but the other nine will be mixed around.  Be sure to spot-dodge when Tabuu sends the waves out of his body!

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_____________/ 6. 2-P Modes

 

All the modes that have multi-player functionality.  2-P events are included here despite them being in the 1-P mode section in Brawl.  These will just be quick descriptions of each mode.

 

Brawl

 

Have fun fighting multi-player battles!  Using arena based stages fight up to three of your friends or computers at once!  There are many options for this mode such as time based fights, stock based fights, and coin based fights!  With a total of 41 default stages to choose from, and even more that you can make for yourself, it’s sure never to get old!  Once the 41 default stages are unlocked, a random stage switch becomes available through the options.

 

Special Brawl

 

Just like regular Brawl, but with special rules.  Want to play with bunny hoods automatically on the characters?  With this mode you can!  It includes:

 

  • Starting with 300% damage
  • A mode that gives you 150 HP points to fight with
  • Always be in Mega-mode
  • Always be in Mini-mode
  • Always have a flower on your head
  • Always have a bunny hood
  • Always be metal
  • Be invisible
  • Always have the fire-breath from the super spicy curries
  • Always reflect projectiles
  • Low Gravity
  • Super Gravity
  • Slow-motion Brawls
  • Lightning-speed Brawls
  • Always have the camera zoomed out
  • Have the camera angled at a weird direction

 

Multi-Player Events

 

These will be included with the next FAQ update

 

Rotation

 

Want to play Brawl, but have more six friends over?  Rotation takes away this problem!  By selecting the number of people who will play at once, and the amount of people that will watch, Brawl will decide whose turn it is to play.  It sure makes it easier, no?

 

Tourney

 

Play the game tournament style.  Select the amount of entrants, the amount of human players, and the amount of computer players, and the game will create brackets for you!

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_____________/ 7. Vault

 

Trophies (Credit to FirustheHedgehog for the list)

 

Super Smash Brothers:

Smash Ball
Assist Trophy
CDs
Rolling Crates
Blast Box
Sandbag
Food
Timer
Beam Sword
Home-Run Bat
Fan
Cracker Launcher
Motion-Sensor Bomb
Gooey Bomb
Smoke Ball
Bumper
Team Healer
Crates
Barrels
Capsule
Party Ball
Smash Coins
Red Alloy
Blue Alloy
Yellow Alloy
Green Alloy


Subspace Emissary:


Primid
Sword Primid
Boom Primid
Scope Primid
Big Primid
Metal Primid
Fire Primid
Glire
Glice
Glunder
Poppant
Bytan
Roader
Bombed
Greap
Bucculus
Towtow
Floow
Auroros
Buckot
Jyk
Gamyga
Feyesh
Trowlon
Roturret
Spaak
Puppit
Shaydas
Mites
Shellpod
Shellpod (No Armor)
Nagagog
Cymul
Ticken
Armight
Borboras
Autolance
Armank
R.O.B. Sentry
R.O.B. Launcher
R.O.B. Blaster
Mizzo
Galleom
Galleom (Tank Form)
Duon
Tabuu
Tabuu (Wings)
Master Hand
Crazy Hand
Dark Cannon
Cargo
Shadow Bugs
Ancient Minister
Subspace Gunship
Subspace Bomb
Trophy Stand
Stock Ball
Key


Mario:


Mario
Mario Finale
Luigi
Negative Zone
Bowser
Giga Bowser
Peach
Peach Blossom
Super Mushroom
Poison Mushroom
Starman
Metal Box
Lightning
Golden Hammer
Fire Flower
Bob-omb
Freezie
Hothead
Green Shell
Banana Peel
Soccer Ball
Lakitu & Spinies
Hammer Bro.
Waluigi
Petey Pirhana
Striker Mario
Striker Daisy
Paper Mario
Paper Luigi
Paper Bowser
Paper Peach
Wedding Bowser
Wedding Peach
Goomba
Koopa Troopa (Green)
Koopa Troopa (Red)
Koopa Paratroopa (Green)
Koopa Paratroopa (Red)
Bullet Bill
Giant Goomba
Piranha Plant
Buzzy Beetle
Shy Guy
Boo
Cheep Cheep
Blooper
Toad
Toadette
Toadsworth
Goombella
Fracktail
Wiggler
Dry Bones
Chain Chomp
Perry
Bowser Jr.
Birdo
Kritter
Ballyhoo & Big Top
F.L.U.D.D
Poltergust 3000
Ghosts
Shellcreepers
Sidesteppers
Luigi's Mansion

Donkey Kong:


Donkey Kong
Konga Beat
Diddy Kong
Rocketbarrel Barrage
Dixie Kong
Funky Kong
Candy Kong
Lanky Kong
Wrinkly Kong
Rambi
Enguarde
Kritter
Tiny Kong
Cranky Kong
Squitter
Expresso
King K. Rool
Kass
Kip
Kalypso
Kludge
Helibird
Turret Tusk
Peanut Popgun
Rocketbarrel Pack
Xananab
Hammer
Spring


The Legend of Zelda:


Link
Triforce Slash (Link)
Zelda
Light Arrow (Zelda)
Sheik
Light Arrow (Sheik)
Ganondorf
Beast Ganon
Toon Link
Triforce Slash (Toon Link)
Heart Container
Bunny Hood
Deku Nuts
Tingle
Wolf Link
Robed Zelda
Midna
Ilia
Malo
Zant
King Bulblin
Agitha
Darknut
Bulblin
Ooccoo
Shadow Beast
Yeta
Ashei
Darbus
Ralis
Goron
Zora
Sages
Outset Link
Zelda (Wind Waker)
Ganondorf (Wind Waker)
Medli
Aryll
Tetra
Halmaroc King
Salvatore
Link's Grandma
Valoo
Pigs
Great Fairy
King of Red Lions
Pirate Ship

Metroid:


Samus
Zero Laser
Zero Suit Samus
Power Suit Samus
Screw Attack
Metroid
Ridley
Meta Ridley
Samus (Fusion Suit)
Samus (Power Suit)
Samus (Varia Suit)
Samus (Gravity Suit)
Samus (Dark Suit)
Dark Samus
Kanden
Spire
Weavel
Noxus
Trace
Sylux
Luminoth
Sheegoth
Space Pirate
Parasite Queen
Metroid Prime (Core)
Metroid Prime (Exo)
Gunship

Yoshi:


Yoshi
Super Dragon
Baby Mario
Baby Peach

Kirby:


Kirby
Cook Kirby
Meta Knight
Galaxia Darkness
King Dedede
Waddle Dee Army
Maxim Tomato
Dragoon
Warp Star
Superspicy Curry
Star Rod
Knuckle Joe
Beam Kirby
Needle Kirby
Sword Kirby
Sleep Kirby
Wing Kirby
Fighter Kirby
Fire Kirby
Ice Kirby
Plasma Kirby
Tornado Kirby
Waddle Dee
Waddle Doo
Gordo
Dyna Blade
Blade Knight
Bonkers
Bronto Burt
Cappy
Golem
Kracko
Scarfies
Sir Kibble
Walky
Wheelie
Hydra
Bomber
Bugzzy
Combo Cannon
Halberd
Apples

Star Fox:


Fox
Landmaster (Fox)
Falco
Landmaster (Falco)
Wolf
Landmaster (Wolf)
Smart Bomb
Andross
Fox (Assault)
Falco (Assault)
Falco (Command)
Peppy Hare
Slippy Toad
Krystal
Tricky
General Pepper
ROB 64
Panther Caroso
Leon Powalski
Arwing
Great Fox
Great Fox (Assault)
Wolfen

Pokemon:


Pikachu
Volt Tackle
Pokemon Trainer
Triple Finish
Charizard
Squirtle
Ivysaur
Lucario
Aura Storm
Jigglypuff
Puff Up
Pokeball
Piplup
Munchlax
Bonsly
Weavile
Manaphy
Torchic
Gulpin
Metagross
Gardevoir
Latias & Latios
Groudon
Kyogre
Rayquaza
Deoxys
Jirachi
Meowth
Electrode
Goldeen
Staryu
Snorlax
Chikorita
Togepi
Bellossom
Wobbuffet
Moltres
Entei
Suicune
Ho-Oh
Lugia
Mew
Celebi
Turtwig
Chimchar
Bulbasaur
Charmander
Cyndaquil
Totodile
Treecko
Mudkip
Starly
Buneary
Glaceon & Leafeon
Riolu
Gyarados
Pichu
Plusle & Minun
Blaziken
Mewtwo
Darkrai
Dugtrio
Cubone
Hoppip
Skarmory
Drifloon
Snorunt
Snover
Magnezone
Electivire
Uxie
Mesprit
Azelf
Dialga
Palkia
Cresselia

F-Zero:


Captain Falcon
Blue Falcon
Samurai Goroh
Dr. Stewart
Pico
Jody Summer
Mr. EAD
The Skull
Blood Falcon
Black Shadow
Zoda
Falcon Flyer

Mother:


Lucas
PK
Starstorm (Lucas)
Ness
PK
Starstorm (Ness)
Mr. Saturn
Franklin Badge
Jeff
Porky
Porky Statue

Ice Climber:


Ice Climbers
Iceberg
Vegetables

Fire Emblem:


Ike
Great Aether
Marth
Critical Hit
Lyn
Ashnard
Elincia
Black Knight
Sothe

Kid Icarus:


Pit
Palutena's Army
Palutena
Palutena's Bow

WarioWare:


Wario
Wario-Man
Kat & Ana
Wario Bike

Pikmin:


Pikmin & Olimar
End of Day
Red Pikmin
Blue Pikmin
Yellow Pikmin
White Pikmin
Purple Pikmin
Louie
The President
Hocotate Ship
Onions
Creeping Chrysanthemum
Red Bulborb
Empress Bulblax
Careening Dirigibug
Fiery Blowhog
Burrowing Snagret
Iridescent Flint Beetle
Wollywog
Swooping Snitchbug
Pellets

Animal Crossing:


Mr. Resetti
Pitfall
Animal Crossing Boy
Sable & Mabel
Tom Nook
Tortimer
Blathers & Celeste
Pelly & Phyllis
Pascal
Brewster
Dr. Shrunk
Katrina
Blanca
Copper & Booker
Joan
Saharah
K.K. Slider
Crazy Redd
Tommy & Timmy Nook
Katie & Kaitlin
Wendell
Kapp'n
Gulliver
Mr. Resetti (Feet)

Game & Watch:


Mr. Game & Watch
Octopus

Other:


Robot (R.O.B.)
Diffusion Beam
Super Scope
Unira
Excitebikes
Devil
Dr. Wright
Stafy
Little Mac
Tanks & Infantry
Helirin
Action Helirin
Barbara
Ray MK III
Isaac
Saki Amamiya
Jill
Stapy
Mokka
Pyrote
Putty
Warrior Mech Gauss
HM Mech Rosa
Musketeer Daltania
Custom Robos
Jameson & A.I.R.S.
Chibi-Robo
Telly Vision
Boulder
Kyle Hyde
Ashley Robbins
Ouendan
Elite Beat Agents

Metal Gear:


Solid Snake
Grenade Launcher
Gray Fox
Iroquois Pliskin
Naked Snake
Shagohod
Metal Gear Ray
Metal Gear Rex
Gekko
Cypher
Cardboard Box

Sonic the Hedgehog:


Sonic the Hedgehog
Super Sonic
Shadow
Tails
Dr. Eggman
Knuckles
Amy Rose
Blaze
Chao
Cream
Jet
Silver

 

Stickers (Credit to FirustheHedgehog for the list)

 

18-Volt (WarioWare: Touched!)
1-Up Mushroom (New SMB)
9-Volt (WarioWare: MPG)
9-Volt (WarioWare: Touched!)
Acro (Kirby 64)
Aijou Boom no Ya (Sennen Kazoku)
Akari Hayami (1080 Avalanche)
Akari Hayami (Wave Race BS)
Akuma (Sennen Kazoku)
Amy Rose (Sonic CD)
Ana (Mother)
Ana (WarioWare: Touched!)
Andrew (Star Fox: Assault)
Andy (Advance Wars)
Annie (Custom Robo V2)
Arwing (Star Fox 64)
Aryll (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Ashley (Trace Memory)
Ashley (WarioWare: Touched!)
Ashley Viewing DTS (Trace Memory)
Ashnard (Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance)
Baby Mario (Yoshi's Island)
Balloon Fight Enemy
Balloon Fighter
Ballyhoo & Big Top (Mario Party 8)
Banana (Mario Kart DS)
Banana Bunch (DK: Barrel Blast)
Banana Coin (DK64)
Barkle (Tingle's Rupeeland)
Barrel Train (Mario Kart: DD!!)
Bellossom (Pokemon series)
Big Boss (MGS: The Twin Snakes)
Big Switch (Kirby & The Amazing Mirror)
Big The Cat (Sonic Adventure Director's Cut)
Black Shadow (F-Zero GX)
Blargg (Yoshi's Story)
Blathers (Animal Crossing: WW)
Blaze The Cat (Sonic Rush)
Blipper (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Blood Falcon (F-Zero GX)
Blue Falcon (G-Zero GX)
Blue Pellet (Pikmin 2)
Blue Pikmin (Pikmin)
Blue Virus (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
Bone Dragon (Yoshi's Story)
Boney (Mother 3)
Bonkers (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Bonsly (Pokemon series)
Boo (Mario Tennis)
Booker (Animal Crossing: WW)
Boomerang (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Boulder (Excite Truck)
Boundish (Digiluxe)
Bow (Paper Mario)
Bowser (DDR: Mario Mix)
Bowser (Mario Kart 64)
Bowser (Mario Power Tennis)
Bowser (Super Paper Mario)
Bowser Coin (Mario Party 6)
Bowser Jr. (Mario Superstar Baseball)
Bowser Jr. (Super Mario Sunshine)
Box Boxer (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Boxy (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Boy (Animal Crossing: WW)
Boy (Magical Starsign)
Boy (Magical Vacation)
Brewster (Animal Crossing: WW)
Brier (Yoshi Touch & Go)
Brighton (Mario Party 6)
Bronto Burt (Kirby 64)
Bubble Baby Mario (Yoshi's Island)
Bulborb (Pikmin 2)
Bullet Bill (New Super Mario Bros.)
Bullet Blaster (Mario Kart: DD!!)
Bullfrog (Star Fox Command)
Burt the Bashful (Yoshi's Island)
Cackletta (Mario & Luigi: SS)
Candy (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Capsule (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
Capt. Falcon (F-Zero GX)
Capt. Falcon (F-Zero X)
Capt. Falcon (F-Zero)
Captain (Trace Memory)
Car Yoshi (Yoshi's Island)
Celebi (Pokemon series)
Celeste (Animal Crossing: WW)
Cell Phone (Kirby & The Amazing Mirror)
Chain Chomp (Mario Party 8)
Chao (Sonic Adventure Director's Cut)
Chaos (Sonic Adventure Director's Cut)
Charizard (Pokemon series)
Charmy Bee (Knuckles' Chaotix)
Cheep Cheep (New Super Mario Bros.)
Chef (Game & Watch)
Chef (Shaberu! DS Cooking Navi)
Chef Kawasaki (Kirby Super Star)
Chibi-Robo (Chibi-Robo)
Chibi-Robo (Chibi-Robo: Park Patrol)
Chihuahua (Nintendogs)
Chikorita (Pokemon series)
Chonmagyo (Densetsu no Stafy 2)
Chozo Statue (Metroid II)
Chromatron (Digiluxe)
Chunky Kong (DK64)
Classic Sonic (Sonic The Hedgehog JP Ver.)
Classic Sonic (Sonic The Hedgehog US Ver.)
Claus (Mother 3)
Coinc (New Super Mario Bros.)
Colin (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Colonel (MGS2: Sons of Liberty)
Commander Kahn (Elite Beat Agents)
Cook Kirby (Kirby Super Star)
Copper (Animal Crossing: WW)
Cornimer (Animal Crossing: WW)
Count Bleck (Super Paper Mario)
Cranky Kong (Donkey Konga 3 JP)
Crazee Dayzee (Yoshi's Island DS)
Crazy Redd (Animal Crossing: WW)
Cream The Rabbit & Cheese (Sonic Adventure 2)
Crimson Candypop Bud (Pikmin 2)
Cupid Kirby (Kirby & The Amazing Mirror)
Cupit (Sennen Kazoku)
Daisy (Super Mario Strikers)
Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule (Zelda: WW)
Dark Samus (Metroid Prime 2 Echoes)
Dark Suit Samus (Metroid Prime 2 Echoes)
Darknut (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Daroach (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Dash (Star Fox Command)
Deke (Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade)
Deku Baba (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Deku Link (Zelda: Majora's Mask)
Deku Nut (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Deoxys (Pokemon series)
Derek (Elite Beat Agents)
Devil Car (Mother)
Dice Block (Mario Party 8)
Diddy Kong (DK64)
Diddy Kong (Donkey Kong Country)
Diddy Kong (Mario Hoops 3-on-3)
Diddy Kong (Mario Superstar Baseball)
Digidrive (Digiluxe)
Dixie Kong (Donkey Konga 2)
DK (Mario Superstar Baseball)
DK Barrel (Donkey Kong Country)
Dk with Barrel (Mario vs. DK 2: MotM)
Don Bongo (Yoshi's Story)
Donbe (Shin Onigashima)
Donkey Kong (DK Jungle Beat)
Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong Counry)
Donkey Kong (Mario Kart DS)
Donkey Kong Jr. (Mario Tenns)
Dr. Crygor (WarioWare: Touched!)
Dr. Eggman (Sonic The Hedgehog)
Dr. Lobe (Big Brain Academy)
Dr. Lobe (Big Brain Academy: WD)
Dr. Mario (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
Dr. Shrunk (Animal Crossing: WW)
Dr. Stewart (F-Zero GX)
Dribble (WarioWare: MPG)
Dry Bones (Mario Party 7)
Duck (Duck Hunt)
Dunning Smith (Hotel Dusk: Room 215)
Duster (Mother 3)
Dyna Blade (Kirby Super Star)
Dzuke-chan (English Training)
E-102 Gamma (Sonic Adventure Director's Cut)
E-123 Omega (sonic Heroes)
Egg (Game & Watch)
Eggplant Wizard (Kid Icarus)
Eight Yoshis (SMA 3: Yoshi's Island)
Eirika (Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones)
Eldstar (Mario Party 5)
Electrode (Pokemon series)
Electroplankton
Eliwood (Fire Emblem)
Emerl (Sonic Battle)
Energy Tank (Metroid)
Enguarde (Donkey Kong Country)
Entei (Pokemon series)
Ephraim (Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones)
Epona & Link (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Erazor Djinn (Sonic & the Secret Rings)
Espio The Chameleon (Knuckles' Chaotix)
Eva (MGS3: Snake Eater)
Excitebike
Ezlo (Zelda: Minish Cap)
Fairy (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Falco (Star Fox 64)
Falco (Star Fox Adventures)
Falco (Star Fox Command)
Falco (Star Fox: Assault)
Fat Hockey Player (Ice Hockey)
Federation Trooper (Metroid Prime 2 Echoes)
Female Pianta (Super Mario Sunshine)
Fierce Deity Link (Zelda: MM)
Fire (Game & Watch)
Fire Flower (New Super Mario Bros.)
Fire Stingray (F-Zero GX)
Firefly (Excite Truck)
Flag Man (Game & Watch)
Flint (Mother 3)
Flower Fairy Lip (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
Flower Icon (Paper Mario: TTYD)
Fly Guy (Mario Power Tennis)
Fox (Star Fox 64)
Fox (Star Fox Adventures)
Fox (Star Fox Command)
Fox (Star Fox)
Fox (Star Fox: Assault)
Free Ranger (Chibi-Robo: Park Patrol)
F-Type (Wild Trax)
Funky Kong (Donkey Konga 3 JP)
Gale Hawg (DK Jungle Beat)
Ganondorf (Zelda; Ocarina of Time)
Ganondorf (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Gardevoir (Pokemon series)
General Guy (Paper Mario)
General Pepper (Star Fox: Assault)
Girl (Animal Crossing: WW)
Girl (magical Vacation)
Gleeok (The Legend of Zelda)
Goldeen (Pokemon series)
Golden Fox (F-Zero GX)
Gomar & Shioh (F-Zero GX)
Goombella (Paper Mario: TTYD)
Goonie (Yoshi's Island DS)
Gordo (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Goron (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Gracie (Animal Crossing: WW)
Gravity Suit Samus (Metroid: Zero Mission)
Gray Fox (MGS: The Twin Snakes)
Green Rupee (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Greil (Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance)
Groudon (Pokemon series)
Grutch (Drill Dozer)
Gulliver (Animal Crossing: WW)
Gulpin (Pokemon series)
Gunship (Metroid Prime 2 Echoes)
Guy (Fire Emblem)
Hajime Tanaka (Ouendan 2)
Hammer Bro (New Super Mario Bros.)
Hanenbow (Electroplankton)
Happy Mask Salesman (Zelda: MM)
Harriet (Animal Crossing: WW)
Hawke (Advance Wars: DS)
Hayato Saionji (Ouendan 2)
Hector (Fire Emblem)
Helibokaan (Kururin Squash!)
Hero's Bow (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Hinawa (Mother 3)
Hiroshi (Trade & Battle: Card Hero)
HM Mech Rosa (Chosoju Mecha MG)
Hoofer (DK Jungle Beat)
Ho-Oh (Pokemon series)
Hookshot (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Hooktail (Paper Mario: TTYD)
Horse Call (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Hot Head (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
HP Pot (Magical Starsign)
Hylian Shield (Zelda: Minish Cap)
Hylian Shield (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Ike (Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance)
Ike (Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn)
Instructor (Pilotwings)
Iron Tiger (F-Zero GX)
Item Box (Mario Kart: DD!!)
Ivysaur (Pokemon series)
J (Elite Beat Agents)
Jake (Advance Wars: DS)
Jeff (EarthBound)
Jessica (Trace Memory)
Jet The Hawk (Sonic Rides)
Jewel Fairy Ruby (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
Jigglypuff (Pokemon series)
Jill & Drill Dozer (Drill Dozer)
Jill (Drill Dozer)
Jimmy T. (WarioWare: MPG)
Jirachi (Pokemon series)
Joan (Animal Crossing: WW)
Joshua (Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones)
Judge (Game & Watch)
Junior (Donkey Kong Jr.)
K.K. Slider (Animal Crossing: WW)
Kafei & Keaten Mask (Zelda: MM)
Kai Doumeki (Ouendan 2)
Kalypso (DK: Barrel Blast)
Kamek (Yoshi Touch & Go)
Kamek (Yoshi's Island)
Kamisama (Sennen Kazoku)
Kammy Koopa (Paper Mario)
Kanden (Metroid Prime Hunters)
Kapp'n (Animal Crossing: WW)
Karate Kong (DK Jungle Beat)
Kat (WarioWare: Touched!)
Katrina (Animal Crossing: WW)
King Bulblin & Lord Bullbo (Zelda: TP)
King Dedede & Kirby (Kirby 64)
King Dedede (Kirby Super Star
King Dedede (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
King Dodongo (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
King K. Rool (DK64)
King of Red Lions & Link (Zelda: WW)
King Zora (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Kirby (Kirby & The Amazing Mirror)
Kirby (Kirby 64)
Kirby (Kirby Air Ride)
Kirsh (Magical Vacation)
Klaptrap (Donkey Kong Country)
Knuckles The Echidna (Sonic The Hedgehog 3)
Koopa (Super Mario Strikers)
Kooper (Paper Mario)
Kraid (Metroid: Zero Mission)
Kritter (DK: King of Swing)
Kritter (Mario Strikers Charged)
Krystal (Star Fox Adventures)
Krystal (Star Fox Command)
Krystal (Star Fox: Assault)
Kumatora (Mother 3)
Kururin (Kururin Paradise)
Kyle Hyde (Hotel Dusk: Room 215)
Kyogre (Pokemon series)
Kyorosuke (Densetsu no Stafy 4)
Lakitu (Mario Kart: Super Circuit)
Lakitu (New Super Mario Bros.)
Lanky Kong (DK64)
Lantern (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Latias & Latios (Pokemon series)
Legend of Outset (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Leon (Star Fox Command)
Leon (Star Fox: Assault)
Lightning (Mario Kart DS)
Lilina (Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade)
Linebeck (Zelda: Phantom Hourglass)
Link & Pigs (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Link (The Legend of Zelda)
Link (Zelda: Link to the Past)
Link (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Link (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Link with Goron Mask (Zelda: MM)
Link's Grandma (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Lion (Game & Watch)
Liquid Snake (MGS: The Twin Snakes)
Little Saucer (Mother)
Lloyd (Mother)
Lon Lon Milk (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Louie (Pikmin 2)
Lucario (Pokemon series)
Lucas (Mother 3)
Ludwig von Koopa (Super Mario Bros. 3)
Lugia (Pokemon series)
Luigi & Baby Luigi (Mario & Luigi: PiT)
Luigi (Luigi's Mansion)
Luigi (Mario & Luigi: SS)
Luigi (Super Paper Mario)
Luminoth (Metroid Prime 2 Echoes)
Lyle (Animal Crossing: WW)
Lyn (Fire Emblem)
Mabel (Animal Crossing: WW)
Mace Guy (Yoshi Topsy-Turvy)
Mach Rider
Mad Truck (Mother)
Magkid (Slide Adventure MAGKID)
Makar (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Male Pianta (Super Mario Sunshine)
Malo (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Manaphy (Pokemon series)
Manhole (Game & Watch)
Manky Kong (Donkey Kong Country)
Mario & Luigi (Mario & Luigi: SS)
Mario & Yoshi (Super Mario Sunshine)
Mario (Mario Kart DS)
Mario (Mario Superstar Baseball)
Mario (Super Paper Mario)
Marth (Fire Emblem: Monsho no Nazo)
Master (Trade & Battle: Card Hero)
Master Belch (EartBound)
Master Miller (MGS: The Twin Snakes)
Materu (Densetsu no Stafy 4)
Max (Advance Wars)
Maxim Tomato (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Medli (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Mega Mushroom (New Super Mario Bros.)
Mega Rush Badge (Paper Mario: TTYD)
Mei Ling (MGS: The Twin Snakes)
Meowth (Pokemon series)
Meryl Silverburgh (MGS: The Twin Snakes)
Meta Knight (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Meta Knight Ball (Kirby Canvas Curse)
Metagross (Pokemon series)
Metal Gear RAY (MGS2: Sons of Liberty)
Metal Gear REX (MGS: The Twin Snakes)
Metal Sonic (Sonic CD)
Metroid (Metroid Pinball)
Metroid (Metroid: Zero Mission)
Mew (Pokemon series)
Micaiah (Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn)
Midna & Wolf Link (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Midna (Zelda Twilight Princess)
Midori Mushi (Slide Adventure MAGKID)
Mila (Hotel Dusk: Room 215)
Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic The Hedgehog 2)
Millennium Star (Mario Party 3)
Mini Mario (Mario vs. DK 2: MotM)
Miniature Dachshund (Nintendogs)
Misstar (Mario Party 5)
Mist (Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance)
Moblin (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Mokka (Magical Starsign)
Moltres (Pokemon series)
Mona (WarioWare: Touched!)
Monster (FGPII: 3D Hot Rally)
Mona & Moped (WarioWare: MMG)
Moon Fairy Seren (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
Morph Ball (Metroid Pinball)
Morris (Elite Beat Agents)
Mother Brain (Metroid: Zero Mission)
Mouser (Super Mario Bros. 2)
Mr. EAD (F-Zero GX)
Mr. Resetti (Animal Crossing: WW)
Mr. Saturn (EarthBound)
Mr. Saturn (Mother 3)
Munchlax (Pokemon series)
Mushroom (New Super Mario Bros.)
Musketeer Daltania (Chosoju Mecha MG)
Muskular (Mario Party 5)
Myrrh (Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones)
Nabaaru (Fire Emblem: Monsho no Nazo)
Naked Snake (MGS3: Snake Eater)
Nana (Ice Climber)
Nanocarp (Electroplankton)
Naomi Hunter (MGS: The Twin Snakes)
Needle Kirby (Kirby 64)
Ness (EarthBound)
New Age Retro Hippie (Mother)
Ningyou Kouchuu Viigaru (Chosoju Mecha MG)
Ninian (Fire Emblem)
Ninten (Mother)
Noki (Super Mario Sunshine)
Nruff (Kirby 64)
Ocarina of Time
O'Chunks (Super Paper Mario)
Octoman (F-Zero GX)
Octopus (Game & Watch)
Octorok (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Olimar & Louie's Ship (Pikmin 2)
Olimar's Daughter (Pikmin 2)
Onion (Pikmin 2)
Ooccoo (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Orbiter (Digiluxe)
Orbulon (WarioWare: MPG)
Otacon (MGS2: Sons of Liberty)
Pak E. Derm (Yoshi's Story)
Panel (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
Panther (Star Fox Command)
Panther 9Star Fox: Assault)
Pap (Chibi-Robo)
Parachute (Game & Watch)
Paratroopa (Super Paper Mario)
Party Monkey (DK Jungle Beat)
Pascal (Animal Crossing: WW)
Paula (EarthBound)
Pauline & Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong)
Peach & Daisy (Mario Party 7)
Peach (Mario Strikers Charged)
Peach (Mario Superstar Baseball)
Peach (Super Mario Bros. 2)
Peach (super Princess Peach)
Pelly (Animal Crossing: WW)
Penny (Wario Ware: Smooth Moves)
Peppy (Star Fox 64)
Peppy (Star Fox: Assault)
Perara (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Perry (Super Princess Peach)
Pete (Animal Crossing: WW)
Petey Piranha (Mario Golf: TT)
Petey Piranha (Mario Strikers Charged)
Phantom Ganon (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Phyllis (Animal Crossing: WW)
Piece of Heart (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Pigma (Star Fox: Assault)
Pigmask (Mother 3)
Pikachu (Pokemon series)
Pinkle (Tingle's Pupeeland)
Piplup (Pokemon series)
Pit (Kid Icarus)
Pit (Kid Icarus: OM&M)
Plum (Mario Golf)
Pokemon Trainer (Pokemon series)
Poo (EarthBound)
Porky (EarthBound)
Postman (Zelda: Majora's Mask)
Postman (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Power Jump Badge (Paper Mario)
Prince Peasley (Mario & Luigi: SS)
Propeller Shy Guy (Yoshi's Story)
Purple Pikmin (Pikmin 2)
Putty (Magical Starsign)
R.O.B. (Mario Kart DS US)
Raccoon Mario (Super Mario Bros. 3)
Rachel (Advance Wars: DS)
Rad (Excite Truck)
Raiden (MGS2: Sons of Liberty)
Rakensen (Custom Robo: BR)
Rambi (Donkey Kong Country)
Raphael the Raven (Yoshi's Story)
Rawk Hawk (Paper Mario: TTYD)
Ray (Custom Robo)
Ray 01 (Custom Robo: BR)
Ray MKIII (Custom Robo Arena)
Rayquaza (Pokemon series)
Reaper & Reapette (Kid Icarus)
Reclining Red Pikmin (Pikmin 2)
Red Fire (Mario Kart: DD!!)
Red Gazelle F-Zero GX)
Red Pellet Flower (Pikmin 2)
Red Pikmin (Pikmin)
Red Virus (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
ReDead (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Revolver Ocelot (MGS2: Sons of Liberty)
Ricky Winterborn (1080 Avalanche)
Ridley (Metroid)
Ridley (Metroid: Zero Mission)
ROB (Star Fox Adventures)
ROB 64 (Star Fox: Assault)
Rob Haywood (Wave Race BS)
Robo Cube (Custom Robo: BR)
Robot & Blocks (Stack-Up)
Robot (Mario Kart DS JP)
Rosie (Animal Crossing: WW)
Rotohex (Digiluxe)
Rouge The Bat (Sonic Adventure 2: Battle)
Rover (Animal Crossing: WW)
Roy (Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade)
Running Chibi-Robo (Chibi-Robo)
Running Zero Suit Samus (Metroid: ZM)
Rusl (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Rutoga (Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade)
Ryota Hayami (Wave Race BS)
Ryuta Ippongi (Ouendan 2)
Sable (Animal Crossing: WW)
Sabure Prince (Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru)
Saharah (Animal Crossing: WW)
Salsa (Mother 3)
Salvatore (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Sami (Advance Wars)
Samurai Goroh (F-Zero X)
Samurai Goroh (F-Zero)
Samus (Metroid Fusion)
Samus (Metroid Prime 2 Echoes)
Samus (Metroid)
Sayaka Amemiya (Ouendan 2)
Seal Head (Custom Robo: BR)
Seichu-kun (Densetsu no Stafy 3)
Shadow Beast (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Shadow Mario (Super Mario Sunshine)
Shadow The Hedgehog (Sonic Adventure 2: Battle)
Shagohod (MGS3: Snake Eater)
Shahra (Sonic & the Secret Rings)
Sheik (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Shiba Inu (Nintendogs)
Shiida (Fire Emblem: Monsho no Nazo)
Shine Sprite (Super Mario Sunshine)
Shroob (Mario & Luigi: PiT)
Shy Guy (Yoshi's Story)
Sidestepper (Mario Bros.)
Silver The Hedgehog (Sonic The Hedgehog)
Skull Kid (Zelda: Majora's Mask)
Skull Kid (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Skulltula (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Slippy (Star Fox 64)
Slippy (Star Fox: Assault)
Snifit (Mario Party 3)
Snorlax (Pokemon series)
Snowman (1080 Avalance)
Solid Snake (MGS: The Twin Snakes)
Solid Snake (MGS2: Sons of Liberty)
Sonic The Hedgehog (Sonic The Hedgehog)
Sothe (Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn)
Space Pirate (Super Metroid)
Sparrow (Magical Starsign)
Special Token (Metroid Pinball)
Spinner (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Spiny (New Super Mario Bros.)
Spiny Shell (Mario Kart: DD!!)
Spitz (WarioWare: MPG)
Squeaker (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Squirtle (Pokemon series)
Stafy (Densetsu no Stafy 2)
Stafy (Densetsu no Stafy)
Sapy (Densetsu no Stafy 3)
Starman (EarthBound)
Starman (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Starman (New Super Mario Bros.)
Starship (Metroid Fusion)
Starship (Metroid Prime Hunters)
Staryu (Pokemon series)
Stork (Yoshi's Island DS)
Stork Stop (Yoshi's Island DS)
Storm The Albatross (Sonic Riders)
Stuffwell (Mario & Luigi: PiT)
Suicune (Pokemon series)
Sukapon (Joy Mech Fight)
Super Baby (Yoshi's Island DS)
Super Mario Bros.
Super Sonic (Sonic The Hedgehog 2)
Sylux (Metroid Prime Hunters)
Takamaru (Nazo no Murasamejo)
Tamagon (Devil World)
Tameo (Trade & Battle: Card Hero)
Tap-Tap (Yoshi Touch & Go)
Teddy (Mother)
Telly (Chibi-Robo)
Tetra (Zelda: Wind Waker)
The Black Knight (Fire Emblem: PoR)
The Boss (MGS3: Snake Eater)
The Great Fairy (Zelda: Wind Waker)
The President (Pikmin 2)
Tikal (Sonic Adventure Director's Cut)
Tingle (Tingle's Rupeeland)
Tingle (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Tiny Kong (DK64)
Tiny Wario (Virtual Boy Wario Land)
Tippi (Super Paper Mario)
Toad & Toadette (Mario Party 7)
Toad (Mario Party 6)
Toad (Mario Party 7)
Toadette (Mario Party 6)
Toadsworth (Mario & Luigi: PiT)
Toadsworth (Super Mario Sunshine)
Togepit (Pokemon series)
Tom Nook (Animal Crossing: WW)
Torchic (Pokemon series)
Tortimer (Animal Crossing: WW)
Tractor Trailer (Wild Trax)
Training Academy Coach (X)
Treasure Chest (Kirby: Squeak Squad)
Triple Red Shells (Mario Kart: DD!!)
Turbo Birdo (Mario Kart: DD!!)
Twila (Mario Party 6)
Valoo (Zelda: Wind Waker)
Vector The Crocodile (Knuckles' Chaotix)
Vermin (Game & Watch)
Vivian (Paper Mario: TTYD)
Volvoice (Electroplankton)
Waddle Dee (Kirby 64)
Waddle Dee Ball (Kirby Canvas Curse)
Waluigi (Mario Superstar Baseball)
Waluigi (Super Mario Strikers)
Wario & Bike (WarioWare: MMG)
Wario (Super Mario 64 DS)
Wario (Super Mario Strikers)
Wario (WarioWare: Smooth Moves)
Wario Car (Mario Kart: DD!!)
Wario World Symbol (Wario World)
Wario-Man (WarioWare: Touched!)
Warrior Ing (Metroid Prime 2 Echoes)
Warrior Mech Gauss (Chosoju Mecha MG)
Water Fairy Elias (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
Wave Race Blue Storm
Wave The Swallow (Sonic Riders)
Weavel (Metroid Prime Hunters)
Weavile (Pokemon series)
Weish Corgi (Nintendogs)
Wendell (Animal Crossing: WW)
Whispy Woods (Kirby Super Star)
White Cat (F-Zero GX)
White Pikmin (Pikmin 2)
Wiggler (Mario Power Tennis)
Wild Goose (F-Zero GX)
Wild Gunman
Wobbuffet (Pokemon series)
Wolf (Excite Truck)
Wolf (Star Fox Command)
Wolf (Star Fox: Assault)
Wolfen (Star Fox 64)
Wolfen (Star Fox: Assault)
Wrinkly Kong (DK: King of Swing)
Xananab (DK Jungle Climber)
Yadokarita (Densetsu no Stafy)
Yakuman Player (Yakuman)
Yellow Pellet (Pikmin 2)
Yellow Pikmin (Pikmin)
Yellow Virus (Nintendo Puzzle Collection)
Yoshi (Mario Party 2)
Yoshi (Paper Mario: TTYD)
Yoshi (Yoshi Touch & Go)
Yoshi Ship (Yoshi Topsy-Turvy)
Yoshi's Egg (Yoshi Touch & Go)
Young Cricket (WarioWare: Smooth Moves)
Young Zelda (Zelda: Minish Cap)
Young Zelda (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Zant (Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Zebes Inhabitant (Metroid Fusion)
Zelda (Zelda: Link to the Past)
Zelda (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Zero Suit Samus (Metroid: Zero Mission)
Zinger (DK: King of Swing)
Zora (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Zora Link (Zelda: Majora's Mask)

 

 

Coin Launcher

 

The point of the Coin Launcher mini-game is to use the coins collected through playing the various modes of the game and use them to shoot at targets and floating trophies on what looks a bit like a pinball table.

 

There are three obstacles you have to look out for:  Those giant balls with what looks like purple slots in them, holes in the ground, and tiny missiles that shoot at you.  The only item in that list that can be destroyed are the missiles.  The giant balls and holes must be avoided.

 

Trophies that go across will take anywhere from 2-7 hits to destroy and capture.  Some of these trophies can only be won through here.

 

Stickers can be obtained by shooting the small ships that go across the screen.  Shoot all of the ones in a certain group and once in a while you will be rewarded with a sticker.  As with the trophies, some of the stickers can only be won through here.

 

The coin shoots out at the release of the A-button.  So, hold it down if you want to start shooting as fast as possible.  You can shoot one per half-second (by my count).

 

Stage Builder

 

The title’s pretty self-explanitory, so I’ll get right into it:

 

You start off with one set of parts and can achieve two more sets by completing certain challenges (see the Challenge section).  You have three basic areas to choose from, a peaceful looking area with a mountain and clouds backdrop, a war looking area with a castle backdrop, and a metallic area with what looks like a machine factory backdrop.

 

The ‘floors’ set will change colors and the ‘structures’ set may vary between areas, though they don’t change very much.

 

You can increase all objects a total of three times, making them bigger or smaller depending on your personal preference.

 

To make a good stage, you have to have a good open fighting area, and possibly a closed fighting area.  Structures, if used correctly, can improve the overall quality of the stage in both looks and how good it is.  Having multi-platformed stages is pretty much a given, or else you’re just making Final Destination.

 

Spikes and traps, though cool, should be used sparingly if you’re trying to make a serious stage.  If you’re trying to make one of those ‘ZOMG WTF’ stages, go ahead and spam the spikes.

 

Challenges

 

Alright.  A signifies the top row, B signifies row 2, C signifies row 3, and D signifies row 4.  They are listed in numerical order from left to right.

 

A01:  Clear Boss Battles on Intense difficulty. - Galleom (Tank Form) Trophy
A02:  Clear Target Smash level 1 in under 15 seconds. - Palutena's Bow Trophy
A03:  Clear Target Smash level 4 in under 32 seconds. - Cardboard Box Trophy
A04:  Hit 1,200 ft. in Home-Run Contest. - Clu Clu Land Music
A05:  Use Captain Falcon 10 times in brawls. - Big Blue (Melee) Stage
A06:  Clear 100-Man Brawl in under 3 minutes, 30 seconds. - Ryuta Ippongi(Ouendan 2) Sticker
A07:  Clear All-Star with 10 characters. - Gekko Trophy
A08:  Brawl on the Green Hill Zone stage 10 times. - HIS WORLD (Instrumental)Music
A09:  Unlock Toon Link. - Pirate Ship Stage
A10:  Clear Boss Battles on Easy difficulty. - Subspace Bomb Trophy
A11:  Clear the "Wario Bros." Event. - Mario Bros. Stage
A12:  Clear All-Star with no continues. - Pichu Trophy
A13:  Get 200 different stickers. - Pokemon Center Music
A14:  Use Toon Link 10 times in brawls. - Zelda:  Ocarina of Time Masterpiece
A15:  Clear Target Smash level 4 with 10 characters - Musketeer Daltania Trophy
A16:  Clear All-Star on Very Hard difficulty. - Dyna Blade Trophy
A17:  Unlock all playable characters. - Menu 2 Music
A18:  Defeat 5 enemies in Cruel Brawl. - Red Alloy Trophy
A19:  Play 10 or more Coin matches. - Smash Coins Trophy
A20:  Clear the "Flower Blooms in the Echoes" Event. - Hanenbow Stage
A21:  Clear "The Hammer of the King" Event. - King Dedede's Theme Music
A22:  Endure a 15-Minute Brawl. - Green Alloy Trophy
A23:  Clear Target Smash level 3 in under 20 seconds. - Ray MK III Trophy
A24:  Collect all Masterpieces. - Excitebikes Trophy
A25:  Clear 100-Man Brawl in under 4 minutes. - Multi-Man Melee 1 (Melee)Music
A26:  Collect trophies for all characters. - Creeping Chrysanthemum Trophy
A27:  Clear Target Smash level 5. - Title (3D Hot Rally) Music
A28:  Get 10 max combos in Training. - Banana Peel Trophy
A29:  Brawl on the Port Town Aero Dive stage 10 times. - Dream Chaser Music
A30:  Defeat 100 enemies in Endless Brawl. - Yellow Alloy Trophy
A31:  Clear Classic with 20 characters. - Master Hand Trophy
A32:  Hit 45,000 ft. combined with all fighters' Home-Run Contest records. - Golden Hammer Trophy
B01:  Unlock 75 hidden songs. - Ballyhoo and Big Top Trophy
B02:  Clear Classic with all characters. - Paper Mario Trophy
B03:  Use Luigi 3 times in brawls. - Luigi's Mansion Stage
B04:  Hit 900 ft. in Home-Run Contest. - Boo (Mario Tennis) Sticker
B05:  Brawl on the Frigate Orpheon stage 10 times. - Multiplayer (Metroid Prime 2) Music
B06:  Brawl on custom stages 10 times. - Edit Parts A
B07:  Unlock all Melee stages. - Princess Peach's Castle (Melee) Music
B08:  Clear Target Smash level 5 with 10 characters. - Outset Link Trophy
B09:  Get 400 combined max combos with all characters in Training. – Ouendan Trophy
B10:  Clear Classic on Hard difficulty. - Credits (Super Smash Bros.) Music
B11:  Clear Classic on Easy difficulty. - Running Chibi-Robo (Chibi-Robo)Sticker
B12:  Clear Classic on Normal difficulty. - Icicle Mountain (Melee) Music
B13:  Brawl on the Pokemon Stadium 2 stage 10 times. - Pokemon Stadium (Melee) stage
B14:  Have Ness join you in The Subspace Emissary. - Franklin Badge Trophy
B15:  Have Ike join you in The Subspace Emissary. - Ike's Theme Music
B16:  Clear Boss Battles with 20 characters - Jyk Trophy
B17:  Clear All-Star on Normal difficulty. - Phyllis (Animal Crossing:  WW)Sticker
B18:  Clear "The Pirate Airship" Event. - Song of Storms Music
B19:  Play Melee stages 10 times. - Jungle Japes (Melee) Stage
B20:  Clear Target Smash level 1. - Apples Trophy
B21:  Get 5 standard brawl victories with Peach. - Super Mario Bros. 2
Masterpiece
B22:  Clear the "Sproutage of the Flower Pikmin" Event. - Red Pikmin Trophy
B23:  Unlock 50 hidden songs. - Walky Trophy
B24:  Hit 24,000 ft. combined with all fighters' Home-Run Contest records. - Xananab Trophy
B25:  Clear Target Smash level 3 with all characters. - Silver Trophy
B26:  Clear Boss Battles with 10 characters. - Subspace Gunship Trophy
B27:  Hit 1,500 ft. in Home-Run Contest. - Home-Run Bat Trophy
B28:  Clear the "Dragoon Strike" Event - The Legendary Air Ride Machine Music
B29:  Brawl on the Shadow Moses Island stage 15 times. - Snake Eater
(Instrumental) Music
B30:  Have Captain Falcon join you in The Subspace Emissary. - F-Zero
Masterpiece
B31:  Defeat 50 enemies in Endless Brawl. - Mach Rider (Melee) Music
B32:  Get 500 different trophies. - Baby Peach Trophy
C01:  Get 2,000 or more KOs in brawls. - Johnny Trophy
C02:  Clear 100-Man Brawl with all characters. - Blue Alloy Trophy
C03:  Make 15 stages in Stage Builder. - Edit Parts C
C04:  Clear the "Go! Triple Finish!" Event. - Road to Viridian City (From Pallet Town/Pewter City) Music
C05:  Clear Target Smash level 2. - Peanut Popgun Trophy
C06:  Clear Target Smash level 2 with 10 characters. - Pellets Trophy
C07:  Get 1,000 or more KOs in brawls. - Cracker Launcher Trophy
C08:  Exceed 300 ft. combined swim distance for all characters. - Kapp'n Trophy
C09:  Clear All-Star on Easy difficulty. - Tal Tal Heights Music
C10:  Use every character in Home-Run Contest. - Sandbag Trophy
C11:  Clear Target Smash level 2 with all characters. - Blast Box Trophy
C12:  Use Kirby 20 times in brawls. - Green Greens (Melee) Stage
C13:  Brawl on the Norfair stage 10 times. - Ending (Metroid) Music
C14:  Get 500 different stickers. - Dr. Eggman Trophy
C15:  Clear Target Smash level 3 with 10 characters. - Ashnard Trophy
C16:  Clear Classic on Very Hard difficulty. - Striker Mario Trophy
C17:  Clear The Subspace Emissary. - Ancient Minister Trophy
C18:  Clear Target Smash level 1 with 10 characters. - Stafy Trophy
C19:  Clear Target Smash level 1 with all characters. - Super Scope Trophy
C20:  Brawl on the Mushroomy Kingdom stage 10 times. - Underwater Theme
(Super Mario Bros.) Music
C21:  Clear 100-Man Brawl. - Pitfall Trophy
C22:  Clear the "Come On, Blue Falcon" Event. - Fire Field Music
C23:  Clear Boss Battles on Normal difficulty. - Shadow Bugs Trophy
C24:  Clear "The Wolf Hunts the Fox" Event on Hard difficulty. - Star Wolf (Star Fox:  Assault) Music
C25:  Clear All-Star on Intense difficulty. - Mewtwo Trophy
C26:  Unlock Sonic. - Green Hill Zone Stage
C27:  Clear Target Smash level 4. - Rocketbarrel Pack Trophy
C28:  Brawl on the Halberd stage 10 times. - Frozen Hillside Music
C29:  Clear the "Pink Ball Repulsion" Event. - Halberd Trophy
C30:  Clear "The Aura Is With Me" Event. - Spear Pillar Stage       C31:  Score 500 total combined KOs in brawls. - Party Ball Trophy
C32:  Collect all songs. - K.K. Slider Trophy
D01:  Collect all stickers. - Stickers Trophy
D02:  Clear Classic on Intense difficulty. - Crazy Hand Trophy
D03:  Clear Target Smash level 2 in under 19 seconds. - Excite Truck Music
D04:  Use Donkey Kong 20 times in brawls. - 75 m Stage
D05:  Brawl on the Yoshi's Island Melee stage 3 times. - Super Mario World Masterpiece
D06:  Clear Boss Battles on Hard difficulty. - Dark Cannon Trophy
D07:  Clear All-Star with all characteres. - Kyle Hyde Trophy
D08:  Clear Target Smash level 5 in under 30 seconds. - Combo Cannon Trophy
D09:  Clear Target Smash level 3. - Wario Bike Trophy
D10:  Play over 100 hours of brawls. - Ashley Robbins Trophy
D11:  Clear the "Advent of the Evil King" Event on Hard difficulty. – Great Temple/Temple Music
D12:  Clear the "Cleaning House in Skyworld" Event. - Palutena Trophy
D13:  Unlock Mr. Game & Watch. - Flat Zone 2 Stage
D14:  Brawl on the Castle Siege stage 10 times. - Power-Hungry Fool Music
D15:  Collect Final Smash trophies for all characters. - Plusle and Minun Trophy
D16:  Defeat 10 enemies in Cruel Brawl. - Liquid Snake (MGS:  The Twin
Snakes) Sticker
D17:  Clear Target Smash level 4 with all characters. - King K. Rool Trophy
D18:  Clear the "Dark Link Duel" Event on Hard difficulty. - Hidden Mountain & Forest Music
D19:  Hit 15,000 ft. combined with all fighters' Home-Run Contest records. - Bumper Trophy
D20:  Play 30 hours of brawls. - Timer Trophy
D21:  Exceed 10 hours of powered-on time. - Donkey Kong Masterpiece
D22:  Hit 30,000 ft. combined with all figheters' Home-Run Contest records. - Shy Guy Trophy
D23:  Collect more than 5,000 coins in Coin matches. - O2 Battle Music
D24:  Clear All-Star on Hard difficulty. - Birdo Trophy
D25:  Clear Target Smash level 5 with all characters. - Grey Fox Trophy
D26:  Clear Boss Battles on Very Hard difficulty. - Porky Statue Trophy
D27:  Exceed 30,000 ft. combined walking distance with all characters. - Tails Trophy
D28:  Create 5 stages in the Stage Builder. - Edit Parts B
D29:  Play 50 hours of brawls. - Main Theme (Super Mario 64) Music
D30:  Collect 1,000 coins in Coin matches. - Tom Nook Trophy
D31:  Hit 37,500 ft. combined with all fighters' Home-Run Contest records. - Ai no Uta (French Version) Music
D32:  Clear Boss Battles with all characters. - Tabuu (Winged) Trophy
 
Masterpieces
 
A list of the Virtual Console games that you are allowed to play trial versions of in Brawl.  Completely pointless, but they’re their to satisfy Nintendo’s need for money and old school gamers need for nostalgia.  I will list the name, then the time limit, then the console.  Nintendo Entertainment System is NES, Super Nintendo Entertainment System  is SNES, and Nintendo 64 is N64.  Unlock and Default will be separated.
 
Default
 
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Ice Climber
40 seconds
NES
 
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Super Mario Bros.
1 minute
NES
 
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The Legend of Zelda
2 minutes
NES
 
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Kid Icarus
1 minute, 30 seconds
NES
 
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Kirby’s Adventure
2 minutes
NES
 
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Super Metroid
3 minutes
SNES
 
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Star Fox 64
3 minutes
N64
 
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Unlockables
 
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Donkey Kong
30 seconds
NES
Unlock conditions:
- 10 hours of powered on time
 
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F-Zero
40 seconds
SNES
Unlock conditions:
- Have Captain Falcon join your party in the Subspace Emissary
 
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Super Mario World
2 minutes
SNES
Unlock conditions:
- Brawl on Yoshi’s Island (Melee) three times
 
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Super Mario Bros. 2

1 minute, thirty seconds

NES

Unlock conditions:

- Win 5 standard Brawls with Peach

 

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The Legend of Zelda:  Ocarina of Time

5 minutes

N64

Unlock conditions:

- Use Toon Link 10 times in Brawls

 

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_____________/ 8. Character Match-ups

 

Each character has their own strengths, weaknesses, techniques, and abilites, chances are that there’s one that will feel right for you.  As of right now, this is the guide to character match-ups based upon information from IvanEva’s match-up chart (http://www.smashboards.com/showthread.php?t=157979) which is subject to change at any time.

 

This will be listed in very good match-ups, good match-ups, neutral match-ups, bad match-ups, and very bad match-ups.

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Mario

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Very good match-ups:  None

Good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Luigi

Neutral match-ups: Bowser, Charizard, Falco, Fox, Ganondorf, Ivysaur, Link, Lucario, Ness, Peach, Samus, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle

Bad match-ups: Every character not previously listed excluding Mr. Game & Watch

Very bad mathc-ups:  Mr. Game & Watch

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Luigi

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Very good match-ups: Good match-ups: Sonic

Neutral match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Fox, Jigglypuff, Ness, Samus, Squirtle, Wario, Yoshi

Bad match-ups: Every character not previously listed.

Very bad match-ups: None

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Peach
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Fox, King Dedede, Olimar

Neutral match-ups: Charizard, Donkey Kong, Falco, Ganondorf, Ice Climbers, Ike, Jigglypuff, Lucario, Mario, Ness, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Wolf, Yoshi

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed excluding Mr. Game & Watch and Meta-Knight

Very bad match-ups: Mr. Game & Watch, Meta-Knight

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Bowser
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Ganondorf, Jigglypuff

Neutral match-ups: Charizard, Donkey Kong, Mario, Sonic, Squirtle, Mario

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed excluding Falco, Mr. Game & Watch, and King Dedede

Very bad match-ups: Falco, Mr. Game & Watch, King Dedede

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Donkey Kong
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Charizard, Ganondorf, Jigglypuff, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Meta-Knight, Ness, Samus, Snake, Sonic, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Bowser, Fox, Mr. Game & Watch, Ike, Ivysaur, Link, Lucario, Peach, Shiek, Toon Link, Zelda

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed excluding Falco and King Dedede

Very bad match-ups: Falco, King Dedede

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Diddy Kong
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Donkey Kong, Ganondorf, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Peach, Samus, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Ike, Link, Lucario, Marth, Ness, Pikachu, Olimar, Sonic, Squirtle, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Yoshi
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Ganondorf, Samus

Neutral match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Peach, Olimar, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Wario

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed excluding Falco

Very bad match-ups: Falco

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Wario
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Very good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Ganondorf, Sonic

Good match-ups: Bowser, Charizard, Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Ike, Jigglypuff, Lucas, Mario, Ness, Peach, Samus, Squirtle, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Fox, Ivysaur, King Dedede, Kirby, Link, Lucario, Olimar, Shiek, Snake, Toon Link, Wolf, Yoshi

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Link
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Ganondorf, Ike, Lucas, Luigi, Ness, Peach, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Ice Climbers, Jigglypuff, Mario, Pikachu, Samus, Toon Link, Wario

Bad match-ups:  All characters not previously listed excluding Falcon and Meta-Knight

Very bad match-ups: Falco, Meta-Knight

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Zelda
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Diddy Kong, Falco, Fox, Ganondorf, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Kirby, Link, Luigi, Mario, Peach, Pikachu, R.O.B., Samus, Shiek, Sonic, Toon Link, Wario, Wolf, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Donkey Kong, Ice Climbers, Ike, Ivysaur, Lucario, Meta-Knight, Lucas, Pit, Squirtle, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups:

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Shiek
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Diddy Kong, Ike, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Link, Ness, Olimar, Samus

Neutral match-ups: Donkey Kong, Fox, Ganondorf, Ivysaur, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Marth, Peach, Pit, Sonic, Squirtle, Wario, Wolf, Yoshi, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Ganondorf
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: None

Neutral match-ups: Ivysaur, Luigi, Mario, Peach, Shiek

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exclusion of Falco, Mr. Game & Watch, Ice Climbers, Marth, Meta-Knight, Olimar, R.O.B., Samus, Snake, and Wario

Very bad match-ups: Falco, Mr. Game & Watch, Ice Climbers, Marth, Meta-Knight, Olimar, R.O.B., Samus, Snake, Wario

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Toon Link
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Very good match-ups: Captain Falcon

Good match-ups: Bowser, Charizard, Diddy Kong, Fox, Mr. Game & Watch, Ganondorf, Ice Climbers, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Kind Dedede, Kirby, Lucario, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Ness, Peach, Samus, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Donkey Kong, Falco, Link, Marth, Meta-Knight, Pikachu, R.O.B., Snake, Wario, Wolf, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Samus
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Very good match-ups: Ganondorf

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Peach

Neutral match-ups: Link, Lucas, Mario, R.O.B.

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exception of Meta-Knight

Very bad match-ups: Meta-Knight

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Zero Suit Samus

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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Donkey Kong, Ganondorf, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Link, Luigi, Mario, Ness, Peach, Samus, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Diddy Kong, Fox, Kirby, Lucario, Lucas, Marth, Olimar, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Toon Link, Zelda

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Pit
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Fox, Ganondorf, Ice Climbers, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Kirby, Link, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Peach, Pikachu, Samus, Sonic, Squirtle, Wario, Wolf, Yoshi, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Falco, King Dedede, Lucario, Ness, R.O.B., Shiek, Snake, Toon Link, Zelda

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Ice Climbers
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Very good match-ups: Ganondorf, King Dedede

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Ike, Jigglypuff, Kirby, Mario, Ness, Olimar, Samus, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Wario, Yoshi, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Falco, Fox, Ivysaur, Link, Lucas, Luigi, Peach, Wolf, Zelda

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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R.O.B.
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Very good match-ups: Ganondorf

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Ice Climbers, Ike, Jigglypuff, Kirby, Link, Lucario, Luigi, Mario, Marth, Ness, Peach, Pikachu, Olimar, Shiek, Snake, Sonic, Wario, Yoshi, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Falco, Fox, Ivysaur, King Dedede, Lucas, Pit, Samus, Squirtle, Toon Link, Wolf

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Kirby
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Very good match-ups: Captain Falcon

Good match-ups: Bowser, Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Fox, Ganondorf, Ike, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Link, Luigi, Mario, Peach, Olimar, Samus, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Charizard, Ivysaur, Lucario, Lucas, Wario, Wolf, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Meta-Knight
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Very good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Charizard, Ganondorf, Link, Peach, Samus

Good match-ups: Bowser, Diddy Kong, Falco, Fox, Ice Climbers, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Kirby, Lucario, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Marth, Ness, Pikachu, Olimar, Pit, R.O.B., Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Wario, Wolf, Yoshi, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Mr. Game & Watch, Toon Link, Zelda

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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King Dedede
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Very good match-ups: Bowser, Donkey Kong

Good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Charizard, Fox, Ganondorf, Ike, Ivysaur, Link, Luigi, Mario, Samus, Wolf, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Jigglypuff, Lucario, Marth, Pit, R.O.B., Snake, Wario

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed excluding Ice Climbers

Very bad match-ups: Ice Climbers

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Olimar
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Very good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Ganondorf, Jigglypuff

Good match-ups: Bowser, Charizard, Donkey Kong, Ike, King Dedede, Link, Lucario, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Ness, Pikachu, Pit, Samus, Squirtle, Toon Link, Zelda

Neutral match-ups: Diddy Kong, Falco, Fox, Mr. Game & Watch, Ivysaur, Snake, Sonic, Wario, Yoshi, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Fox
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Diddy Kong, Ganondorf, Ike, Link, Lucas, Ness, Samus

Neutral match-ups: Donkey Kong, Ice Climbers, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Lucario, Mario, Olimar, R.O.B., Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Wario, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exclusion of Pikachu

Very bad match-ups: Pikachu

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Falco
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Very good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Donkey Kong, Ganondorf, Link, Wolf, Yoshi

Good match-ups: Charizard, Diddy Kong, Fox, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Kirby, Lucas, Luigi, Ness, Samus, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Wario, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Ice Climbers, Lucario, Mario, Marth, Peach, Pikachu, Olimar, Pit, R.O.B., Snake, Toon Link

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Wolf
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Fox, Ganondorf, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Link, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Ness, Olimar, Samus, Sonic, Yoshi, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Ice Climbers, Kirby, Lucario, Peach, Pikachu, R.O.B., Shiek, Snake, Squirtle, Toon Link, Wario

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exclusion of Falco

Very bad match-ups: Falco

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Captain Falcon
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Ganondorf, Squirtle

Neutral match-ups: Charizard

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exclusion of Falco, Mr. Game & Watch, Kirby, Marth, Meta-Knight, Pikachu, Olimar, Snake, Toon Link, and Wario

Very bad match-ups: Falco, Mr. Game & Watch, Kirby, Marth, Meta-Knight, Pikachu, Olimar, Snake, Toon Link, Wario

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Pikachu
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Very good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Fox

Good match-ups: Bowser, Charizard, Donkey Kong, Ganondorf, Ice Climbers, Ike, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Kirby, Peach, Samus, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Wario, Yoshi, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Diddy Kong, Falco, Ivysaur, Link, Lucario, Luigi, Mario, Ness, Snake, Toon Link, Wolf

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exclusion of Mr. Game & Watch

Very bad match-ups: Mr. Game & Watch

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Squirtle
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Donkey Kong, Ganondorf, King Dedede, Link, Ness, Samus

Neutral match-ups: Bowser, Diddy Kong, Fox, Lucas, Mario, Peach, R.O.B., Shiek, Sonic, Wolf, Yoshi, Zelda, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed excluding Mr. Game & Watch

Very bad match-ups: Mr. Game & Watch

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Ivysaur
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Ike, Jigglypuff, Link, Ness, Peach, Squirtle

Neutral match-ups: Donkey Kong, Fox, Ganondorf, Ice Climbers, Kirby, Luigi, Mario, Pikachu, Olimar, R.O.B., Shiek, Sonic, Wario, Yoshi, Zelda

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Charizard
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Ganondorf, Ivysaur, Luigi, Squirtle (Wait!  Squirtle’s a water type!  How does that work?)

Neutral match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Jigglypuff, Kirby, Mario, Ness, Peach

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exclusion of Meta-Knight

Very bad match-ups: Meta-Knight

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Lucario
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Ganondorf, Ice Climbers, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Link, Samus, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Falco, Fox, King Dedede, Kirby, Luigi, Mario, Ness, Peach, Pikachu, Ike, Wario, Wolf, Zelda, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Jigglypuff
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Ganondorf,, Mario, Squirtle

Neutral match-ups: Charizard, Fox, King Dedede, Link, Peach, Sonic, Yoshi

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed excluding Mr. Game & Watch and Olimar

Very bad match-ups: Mr. Game & Watch, Olimar

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Marth
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Very good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Ganondorf, Lucas, Ness

Good match-ups: Bowser, Charizard, Donkey Kong, Fox, Mr. Game & Watch, Ice Climbers, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Kirby, Link, Lucario, Luigi, Mario, Peach, Pikachu, Olimar, Pit, Samus, Sonic, Squirtle, Wario, Wolf, Yoshi, Zelda

Neutral match-ups: Diddy Kong, Falco, King Dedede, Shiek, Toon Link, Zelda

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Ike
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Ganondorf, Jigglypuff, Luigi, Mario, Samus, Squirtle, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Peach, Sonic, Zelda

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Ness
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Ganondorf, Ike, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Kirby, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Samus, Yoshi

Neutral match-ups: Charizard, Diddy Kong, Lucario, Peach, Pikachu, Pit, Zelda

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exclusion of Mr. Game & Watch and Marth

Very bad match-ups: Mr. Game & Watch and Marth

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Lucas
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Very good match-ups: None

Good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Charizard, Ganondorf, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, King Dedede, Lucario, Luigi, Mario, Peach, Pikachu, Sonic, Yoshi, Zelda

Neutral match-ups: Ice Climbers, Kirby, R.O.B., Samus, Shiek, Squirtle, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exclusion of Mr. Game & Watch and Marth

Very bad match-ups: Mr. Game & Watch and Marth

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Mr. Game & Watch
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Very good match-ups: Bowser, Captain Falcon, Ganondorf, Jigglypuff, Lucas, Mario, Ness, Peach, Pikachu, Sonic, Squirtle

Good match-ups: Charizard, Diddy Kong, Falco, Fox, Ice Climbers, Ike, Ivysaur, King Dedede, Kirby, Link, Lucario, Luigi, Pit, R.O.B., Samus, Shiek, Wario, Wolf, Yoshi, Zelda, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Donkey Kong, Meta-Knight, Olimar

Bad match-ups: Marth, Snake, Toon Link

Very bad match-ups: None

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Snake
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Very good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Ganondorf

Good match-ups: Bowser, Charizard, Diddy Kong, Fox, Mr. Game & Watch, Ice Climbers, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Kirby, Link, Lucario, Lucas, Luigi, Mario, Marth, Meta-Knight, Ness, Peach, Samus, Shiek, Sonic, Squirtle, Yoshi, Zelda, Zero Suit Samus

Neutral match-ups: Falco, King Dedede, Pikachu, Olimar, Pit, Toon Link, Wario, Wolf

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed

Very bad match-ups: None

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Sonic
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Very good match-ups:None

Good match-ups: Captain Falcon, Charizard, Ganondorf, Jigglypuff, Link, Ness, Samus

Neutral match-ups: Bowser, Diddy Kong, Fox, Ike, Ivysaur, Jigglypuff, Mario, Peach, Olimar, Shiek, Squirtle, Yoshi, Zero Suit Samus

Bad match-ups: All characters not previously listed with the exception of Mr. Game & Watch, Luigi, and Wario

Very bad match-ups: Mr. Game & Watch, Luigi, Wario

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_____________/ 9. Future Updates

 

Things that are planned for the next update:

 

- Advanced Techniques

- Stages 11-20 of the SSE

- About the Author (Hey, I’m allowed to have ONE moment of shameless self-glorification, aren’t I?

 

Things that are planned to be within the next two updates:

 

- Co-op events

- Chronicle list

- SSE Enemy List/Guide

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_____________/ 10. Closing statement

 

Well, that’s it!  Hope you found all the information you needed.  Any requests or additional questions can be sent to my e-mail, which will be listed below.  If you find any spelling or grammar mistakes in this guide (which I’m sure there are many of) please e-mail them to me.

 

skyler_ocon@sbcglobal.net

 

Thanks for reading!

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