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Aerial Sweep

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Aerial Sweep
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Aerial Sweep in Ultimate.
User Sora
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Article on Kingdom Hearts Wiki Aerial Sweep

Aerial Sweep (エリアルスイープ, Aerial Sweep) is Sora's up special move in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Overview[edit]

Sora jumps upwards as he performs a series of spinning slashes, dealing multiple hits and damage, and saying either "Yeah!" or "Back off!" It is similar to Link's Spin Attack, with key differences being that Sora will always leap from the ground when using it, and his direction can be influenced left or right during ascent. It is best used as a K.O. finisher and can cancel into Sonic Blade at the peak of the rise, though the opposite action of canceling Sonic Blade into Aerial Sweep is impossible.

Instructional quote[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Move List SoraHeadSSBU.png Rise up into the air while twirling. Move slightly left or right by inputting either direction. You can use a side special at the end of this move too!

Origin[edit]

Data-Sora executing the move in Kingdom Hearts Re:coded

Aerial Sweep is a combat ability introduced in Kingdom Hearts, which allows him to attack aerial targets with a rising, spinning slash. In the game, Sora will learn the move if he is at level 30 with the Dream Sword, level 60 with the Dream Shield, or level 27 with the Dream Rod (Level 60, 84 and 36 in the Final Mix version). It costs 2 AP to equip. While the function remains the same, its method of learning differs in later games. In the original Kingdom Hearts, it only dealt a single hit, but later games gave the attack multiple hits, which is reflected in Smash.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Japan Japanese エリアルスイープ, Aerial Sweep
UK English Aerial Sweep
France French Cyclone
Germany German Tornado
Spain Spanish Helicóptero
Italy Italian Turbine Volante