|Move||Counter (SSBM), Mirror Coat (SSBB)|
|Article on Bulbapedia||Wobbuffet (Pokémon)|
Wobbuffet (ソーナンス, Sōnansu, Sonans in Japanese language versions) is a fictional creature in the Pokémon media franchise.
 In Super Smash Bros. Melee
 As a Poké Ball Pokémon
Wobbuffet appears as a Poké Ball Pokémon in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Wobbuffet uses Counter as its attack. Wobbuffet rocks back and forth when the player attacks it or hits it with an item. Any character that makes contact with Wobbuffet's Counter will take damage. If Wobbuffet hasn't been hit, contact with it will still cause very minor knockback, but will cause no damage. The power of Wobbuffet's Counter attack varies. If Wobbuffet is hit with a weak attack, it won't wobble a lot. If Wobbuffet is hit with a strong attack, Counter will then cause more damage. Wobbuffet will wobble more intensly if hit with a powerful item. Characters will take more damage if they are hit with a faster wobbling Wobbuffet. Also, characters can get trapped in a Wobbuffet's Counter if it is not too powerful. Wobbuffet's attack harms both opponents and the summoner.
In the Event Match Legendary Pokémon, Wobbuffet is the only non-Legendary Pokémon that will come out of Poké Balls, and while every legendary has their appearence rate doubled, Wobbuffet will appear for the remaining percentage of appearance rate. Wobbuffet's appearance as a common Pokémon in this event match is to discourage other characters from expecting a powerful legendary Pokémon. However, Wobbuffet can be useful in this Event Match. If Wobbuffet is hit with a powerful attack from a legendary Pokémon then it will start to wobble intensely. Characters that have a high damage percentage have the possibility of getting KO'd. The Fighting Wire Frames will have a hard time to try and avoid Wobbuffet's Counter in this Event Match.
 As a stage element
A giant balloon of Wobbuffet (in actuality the 3D model of Wobbuffet used in Pokémon Stadium 2 for Nintendo 64) is one of the many floating and moving "platforms" that comprise the Poké Floats stage. It appears from the side horizontally and jerkily.
 As a trophy
Wobbuffet is featured as a collectible trophy, unlocked as one of the 100+ trophies that can be collected randomly during normal play, such as in the Trophy Lottery and throughout the various Single-player Regular Matches. It reads as follows:
A Patient Pokémon, Wobbuffet lives in darkness to hide its mismatched black tail. Even for a stoic Pokémon, this creature is a testament to self-control; it will not actively attack an opponent. Its Counter and Mirror Coat moves are solely used for reflecting attacks directly back at its antagonist. (Pokémon Gold & Silver 10/00)
 In Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Wobbuffet returns to repeat its role from Melee, but now by using the move Mirror Coat, evident by its head glowing. It doesn't differentiate from Counter in any way, since it absorbs both indirect (special, energy) and direct (physical) attacks.
 Trophy Description
A Patient Pokémon. A nocturnal, cave-dwelling creature, Wobbuffet is calm and collected, but it will fight back viciously if its black tail is attacked--this hints at something secretive about its tail. If Wobbuffet is put into battle, the opponent cannot run away or switch. Females have lipsticklike markings around their mouths.
- In the Pokémon games, counter inflicts twice the damage of the attack last used by the foe that is inflicted upon the user. This only applies to physical attacks, however, which is not always the case in Super Smash Bros. Also, different in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Brawl, Wobbuffet's counter/mirror coat deals about half the damage of the attack it is hit with.
Poké Ball Pokémon in the Super Smash Bros. Series
|SSB||Beedrill · Blastoise · Chansey · Charizard · Clefairy · Goldeen · Hitmonlee · Koffing · Meowth · Mew · Onix · Snorlax · Starmie|
|SSBM||Articuno · Bellossom · Blastoise · Celebi · Chansey · Charizard · Chikorita · Clefairy · Cyndaquil · (Ditto) · Electrode · Entei · Goldeen · Ho-Oh · Lugia · Marill · Mew · Moltres · Porygon2 · Raikou · Scizor · Snorlax · Staryu · Suicune · Togepi · Unown · Venusaur · Weezing · Wobbuffet · Zapdos|
|SSBB||Bellossom · Bonsly · Celebi · Chikorita · Deoxys · Electrode · Entei · Gardevoir · Goldeen · Groudon · Gulpin · Ho-Oh · Jirachi · Kyogre · Latias and Latios · Lugia · Manaphy · Metagross · Mew · Meowth · Moltres · Munchlax · Piplup · Snorlax · Staryu · Suicune · Togepi · Torchic · Weavile · Wobbuffet|
Non-Playable Pokémon in Super Smash Bros. Melee
|Poké Ball||Articuno · Bellossom · Blastoise · Celebi · Chansey · Charizard · Chikorita · Clefairy · Cyndaquil · (Ditto) · Electrode · Entei · Goldeen · Ho-Oh · Lugia · Marill · Mew · Moltres · Porygon2 · Raikou · Scizor · Snorlax · Staryu · Suicune · Togepi · Unown · Venusaur · Weezing · Wobbuffet · Zapdos|
|Poké Floats||Chansey · Chikorita · Geodude · Goldeen · Lickitung · Onix · Porygon · Psyduck · Seel · Slowpoke · Snorlax · Sudowoodo · Squirtle · Unown · Venusaur · Weezing · Wobbuffet · Wooper|
|Trophy only||Bulbasaur · Cleffa · Crobat · Ditto · Eevee · Heracross · Igglybuff · Meowth · Poliwhirl · Steelix · Totodile|
Non-Playable Pokémon in Super Smash Bros. Brawl
|Poké Ball||Bellossom · Bonsly · Celebi · Chikorita · Deoxys · Electrode · Entei · Gardevoir · Goldeen · Groudon · Gulpin · Ho-Oh · Jirachi · Kyogre · Latias and Latios · Lugia · Manaphy · Meowth · Metagross · Mew · Moltres · Munchlax · Piplup · Snorlax · Staryu · Suicune · Togepi · Torchic · Weavile · Wobbuffet|
|Stage elements||Pokémon Stadium 2: Cubone · Drifloon · Dugtrio · Electivire · Hoppip · Magnezone · Skarmory · Snorunt · Snover|
Spear Pillar: Azelf · Cresselia · Dialga · Mesprit · Palkia · Uxie
|Trophy-only||Blaziken · Bulbasaur · Buneary · Charmander · Chimchar · Cyndaquil · Darkrai · Glaceon & Leafeon · Gyarados · Mewtwo · Mudkip · Pichu · Plusle & Minun · Riolu · Starly · Totodile · Treecko · Turtwig|