Coliseum

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Fire Emblem
Coliseum
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Universe Fire Emblem
Appears in SSB4 (Wii U)
Home stage to Marth
Ike
Robin
Lucina
Roy (DLC)
Corrin (DLC)
Availability Starter
Crate type Normal
Maximum players 4
Tracks available The Devoted
Coliseum Series Medley
Fight 1 (Fire Emblem Gaiden)
Meeting Theme Series Medley
Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem Medley
Time of Action
Id (Purpose)
Duty (Ablaze)
Conquest (Ablaze)
Glory of Heracles
Attack (Soma Bringer)
Lost in Thoughts All Alone (DLC)
Lost in Thoughts All Alone (DLC)
Bolded tracks must be unlocked
Tournament Legality
Smash 4 Singles: Banned
Doubles: Banned
Article on Fire Emblem Wiki Arena

Coliseum[1] (闘技場, Arena) is a stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U from the Fire Emblem series. The stage uses underground machinery to provide a variety of different platform layouts.

Layout[edit]

Coliseum takes place in a desert coliseum. As the battle progresses, various platforms will quickly rise and change the layout of the stage, similarly to Arena Ferox. The starting layout is long, flat and simple. Additionally, the stage in general has walk-off blast lines and no bottom blast lines.

Origin[edit]

Marth fighting in an arena in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon.

Arenas, also referred to as coliseums, are a recurring gameplay element that have appeared in most of the Fire Emblem series. They can optionally be visited by any unit for a small fee, allowing said unit to engage in a one-on-one battle with an unaffiliated unit, receiving double the entry fee in case of a victory. In addition, victory against these units would still count towards a characters EXP totals. However, any units that would fall in the arena would be lost forever, as if in a normal battle - as such, the player could potentially allow their units to flee the arena, at the cost of losing money from entering.

The design of the stage does not draw inspiration from any particular Fire Emblem game, however, Sakurai makes reference to the original game in a Miiverse comment.

The Dragon Statues bear a resemblance to the Fire Dragons, and Earth Dragons from the DS remakes of the Archanea games.

Ω Form[edit]

The Omega form features a high rise platform on a bottomless arena. The design of walls surrounding the bottomless pit can be seen.

Tournament Legality[edit]

Coliseum is banned from tournaments due to the platforms rising and lowering forcing players to constantly have to adapt, and the fact that the stage has walk-off blast lines, allowing for camping and early KOs.

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