List of SSBB trophies (Others)

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This article is about trophies not sorted within a series in Brawl. For similar trophies in Melee, see here. For links to all trophies, see List of trophies.

The following is a list of the 35 trophies from other, less notable Nintendo series that appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Two are unlocked by completing Classic Mode and All-Star Mode with R.O.B.; eight are unlocked by successfully performing specific Challenges and the rest are available through all the means of collecting random trophies, including Coin Launcher.

Name How to Unlock Picture Description
R.O.B. Clear Classic Mode as R.O.B. R.O.B. - Brawl Trophy.png R.O.B. sporting his Famicom colors. R.O.B. debuted in Japan as Robot in 1985 as an add-on for the Famicom. He could be combined with a "gyro set," etc. for two types of play. The player controlled Professor Hector, the TV emitted light, and R.O.B. responded to the light by moving. At the time, it was epoch-making game play. Recently, R.O.B. appeared in Mario Kart DS.
NES: Nintendo Entertainment System
Robotic Operating Buddy
Diffusion Beam Clear All-Star Mode as R.O.B. Diffusion Beam - Brawl Trophy.png R.O.B.'s Final Smash. He emits a beam from his eyes that spreads across the spectrum and undulates in great variety as it travels. What makes this technique different is R.O.B.'s ability to move while using it. This allows him to use it in combination with his other moves to increase his Final Smash's effectiveness.
Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Lip's Stick Random Lip's Stick - Brawl Trophy.png An item that causes a damage-dealing flower to bloom on people's heads. If you find yourself with a flower on your noggin, start rattling the Control Stick back and forth to shake it off. Some characters can pull off having flower-covered heads in style, while others clearly cannot.
SNES: Panel de Pon (Japan Only)
Super Scope Clear Target Smash Level 1 with all Characters Super Scope - Brawl Trophy.png A bazooka-shaped peripheral for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System that was used wirelessly with an infrared sensor placed on top of the television. In Smash Bros., it can be fired rapidly or charged up. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, you could not move while shooting it, but in this game, you can move and jump while blasting!
SNES: Super Scope 6
Unira Random Unira - Brawl Trophy.png In Clu Clu Land, the Unira hid gold ingots in an underwater maze, then tried to stop Bubbles from getting them. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, you can attack an Unira to send it bouncing away. Any fighter it hits will go sprawling. If it hits a wall, it'll bounce back, and if you hit it with a powerful attack, it will transfer the attack to whomever it hits and launch them.
NES: Clu Clu Land
Nintendog Random Nintendog - Brawl Trophy.png A puppy for you to train on your Nintendo DS. They come in a wide variety of breeds, colors, coat styles, and personalities. You can train them, use dog toys to play with them, and feed them treats to establish a real link with your virtual pet. Other features include the ability to enter your dog in disc-catching contests and agility trials on obstacle courses.
Nintendo DS: Nintendogs
Excitebikes Collect all Masterpieces Excitebikes - Brawl Trophy.png High-performance motocross bikes that handle massive jumps with ease. Using turbo on these beauties gives a speed boost but also causes the engine's internal temperature to rise. Overuse turbo, and the bikes overheat and shut down. The engines can be cooled by running over certain marks on the track. Excitebikes cap off every race with an undeniably awesome wheelie.
NES: Excitebike
N64: Excitebike 64
Devil Random Devil - Brawl Trophy.png A devil who wields serious power in Devil World. In the game, the devil floats above the maze and commands by pointing. When it gives orders, its cyclopean minions turn cranks that scroll the maze in different directions. When Tamagon, your character in the game, places all the stage's books into a hole, the devil turns into a bat and flies away. It's quite striking, no?
NES: Devil World (Japan Only)
Dr. Wright Random Dr. Wright - Brawl Trophy.png A hardworking assistant to the city mayor. He has distinctive hair and spectacles and a dapper moustache. Dr. Wright has a comprehensive knowledge of city government and is happy to give you tips to keep your city running smoothly. In the game, he tracks your city's status and gives you gifts. There was a character reminiscent of him in The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.
SNES: SimCity
Stafy Clear Target Smash Level 1 with 10 Characters Stafy - Brawl Trophy.png The prince of the kingdom of Tenkai. He's a bit spacey and clumsy, but when he sets his mind to something, he gives it his all. Stafy gets help from his friends Kyorosuke the clam and the wizened Lobjii-san. Stafy sometimes dons a pig suit and throws pork cutlets. In Densetsu No Stafy 3, Stafy meets Wario and goes with him to steal the treasures of the deep.
GB Advance: Densetsu no Stafy (Japan Only)
GB Advance: Densetsu no Stafy 2 (Japan Only)
Little Mac Random Little Mac - Brawl Trophy.png A lightweight scrapper from the Bronx. After meeting with a former boxing great named Doc Louis who fell from glory, Mac takes Doc on as his coach, and together the pair try for the championship belt in the WVBA. Little Mac works his way up the ranks of the WVBA, taking out foes several times his size. By landing multiple blows, Little Mac gains a "★" uppercut.
NES: Punch-Out!!
Infantry & Tanks Random Infantry and Tanks - Brawl Trophy.png Units first introduced in Famicom Wars, where they fight battles against enemy forces. Infantry are the least expensive to deploy of all units. They're not too strong, but they move well and can capture property. There are two tank types: tank A, which is expensive but has good mobility and firepower, and tank B, which is cheaper but can change battles with sheer numbers.
NES: Famicom Wars (Japan Only)
GB Advance: Advance Wars
Helirin Random Helirin - Brawl Trophy.png A unique helicopter that flies with long, slowly rotating wings. If the wings strike walls or obstacles, the Helirin takes damage and loses hearts. The wings normally spin clockwise, but the rotation can be reversed by touching springs. There are many areas that require this technique. The Helirin can be customized by picking up and using a variety of items.
GB Advance: Kuru Kuru Kururin (Japan and Europe Only)
GameCube: Kururin Squash (Japan Only)
Barbara Random Barbara - Brawl Trophy.png The manager of the music store GB Music in Waruwaru Town—her real name is Barbara the Bat. She leads the player through the game, showing her arrogant attitude as she cracks the whip at others but pampers herself. Her little brother's name is Tingtin the Bat. By the way, the "GB" in the name of her store stands for "Great Barbara," NOT "Game Boy."
Nintendo DS: Daigasso! Band Brothers (Japan Only)
Nintendo DS: Master of Illusion
Ray Mk III Clear Target Smash Level 3 in Under 20 Seconds Ray Mk III - Brawl Trophy.png The custom robo used by the main character. It's the latest Shining Fighter model in the Ray line of robots, which appears throughout the Custom Robo series. The main character switches from his beloved Ray Mk II to this model after his sister and father develop it. This one has a great balance between built-in abilities and ease and depth of available customization.
Nintendo DS: Custom Robo: Arena[sic]
Isaac Random Isaac - Brawl Trophy.png A strong-willed Psynergy adept of the bloodline of an ancient race thought to have been lost with the downfall of civilization. He can manipulate earth-based forces and is also a highly skilled swordsman. He sets out to protect a lighthouse that can release the sealed powers of alchemy. In Smash Bros., he uses "Move" energy, which creates an energy field that pushes foes away.
GB Advance: Golden Sun
GB Advance: Golden Sun: The Lost Age
Saki Random Saki - Brawl Trophy.png A member of a rescue group that hunts aliens known as Ruffians that prey on mankind. He's killed by Ruffians, but the advance scout Achi resuscitates him, and he gains remarkable physical prowess and becomes the hunt leader. During a battle, he transforms into a Ruffian, and his companion Airan helps him recover. He's optimistic and copes well with danger.
N64: Sin and Punishment
Jill Random Jill - Brawl Trophy.png A young girl who takes over the leadership of a band of righteous bandits known as the Red Dozers from her injured father. Jill sets out on the Drill Dozer to recover a red diamond stolen by the Skulkers. Jill has great reflexes and rode the Drill Dozer instead of a baby carriage growing up. She has an intense dislike of studying, however.
GB Advance: Drill Dozer
Stapy Random Stapy - Brawl Trophy.png Stafy's younger sister, known for her jumbo pink ribbon, and princess of a floating kingdom. Stapy has a bold nature that contrasts her reserved brother. Though she is younger, Stapy is often the spark that motivates the sometimes spineless Stafy. Only Stapy can perform Wall Jumps, High Hats, and High Hat Spin Jumps. For an unknown reason, Stapy has a Kansai accent.
GB Advance: Densetsu no Stafy 3 (Japan Only)
Nintendo DS: Densetsu no Stafy 4 (Japan Only)
Action Helirins Random Action Helirins - Brawl Trophy.png Helirins created by Prof. Rabbit. One is a helicopter that can throw punches from its wings to smash things—HELIBOKAAN! Press and hold a button to submerge, then release to surface—HELIBASHAN! Shoot fire left and right from the wings—HELIBOBOH! Use a spinning ability to create tornadoes—HELIBURUUN! There are also five varieties which shoot in rapid fire—HELIBIBYUUN!
GameCube: Kururin Squash (Japan Only)
Mokka Random Mokka - Brawl Trophy.png Found by the Will-o'-Wisp Academy principal in a curiosity shop, Mokka is an antique robot remade from old parts. Mokka studies with his classmates despite his sometimes different view of things. Physically strong and tough on defense, Mokka also has a sensor for scanning surroundings. We even see Mokka fall in love, depending on the story line.
Nintendo DS: Magical Starsign
Pyrite Random Pyrite - Brawl Trophy.png A strange little person living inside the stone giant on the earth planet, Erd, in the town of Uponisbak. You can talk to Pyrites and equip them like accessories, but they provide no real benefit in that sense. You can, however, sell them at a shop for a considerable price, proving their worth as a valuable asset when short on cash.
Nintendo DS: Magical Starsign
Putty Random Putty - Brawl Trophy.png A living, walking, and talking... bit of putty! Faced with a crisis in Shishkebab Cavern, you can multiply the number of putties. Putties search for the treasure chests scattered across the universe, continuing their quest of collecting Putty Peas. Putties are also known for having a distinctive way of talking.
Nintendo DS: Magical Starsign
Warrior Mech Gauss Random Warrior Mech Gauss - Brawl Trophy.png One of many giant, mechanized, humanoid robots known as MGs (Marionation Gears). This one was created by Augiust of the Wheel Workshop, acclaimed for its development of car-humanoid MGs. It's equipped with the Magic Sword Farsys and the Vortex Ultra Weapon. Prized for its excellence among MGs, the Gauss is a masterpiece mech, craved by aspiring pilots.
Nintendo DS: Chosoju Mecha MG (Japan Only)
HM Mech Rosa Random HM Mech Rosa - Brawl Trophy.png A heavy-class mech able to transform between humanoid and bulldozer forms. The Rosa cannot carry weapons, but it's ideally suited for transporting goods. This MG was developed by the Heavy-Machinery Workshop, founded by Professor Doran and specializing in heavy-machinery MGs like cranes, dump trucks, and mixers. Of course, all transform into humanoid form.
Nintendo DS: Chosoju Mecha MG (Japan Only)
Musketeer Daltania Clear Target Smash Level 4 with 10 Characters Musketeer Daltania - Brawl Trophy.png The pinnacle of nonelectronic weapon-wielding MGs. As the lead designer of a workshop that keeps producing MGs that don't rely on modern technology, Kofoo developed the Daltania using traditional mechanics and steam power. Equipped with a sword in the right hand and a flintlock pistol in the left, the Daltania can be taken into battle with confidence.
Nintendo DS: Chosoju Mecha MG (Japan Only)
Custom Robos Random Custom Robos - Brawl Trophy.png Small robots. Custom robos average about 12 inches in height. Battling of custom robos fitted with weapon combos—including guns, bombs, and pods—is a hobby of the future, taking place in a virtual arena called a holosseum. The different customization options allow for many battle strategies. Clearly defined regulations provide for a highly competitive activity.
GameCube: Custom Robo
Nintendo DS: Custom Robo Arena
Jameson & A.I.R.S. Random Jameson & A.I.R.S. - Brawl Trophy.png Highly illegal modified robos. The Jameson is based on the Lightning Sky. It and the A.I.R.S., a high-end Ray machine, can transform into fighter jets. The A.I.R.S. was developed for military use and thus cannot be used by all commanders. Both of these robos were available via DS Download Stations in Japan.
N64: Custom Robo V2 (Japan Only)
Nintendo DS: Custom Robo Arena
Chibi-Robo Random Chibi-Robo - Brawl Trophy.png A tiny, independently operating robot that helps keep a household happy. Chibi-Robo stands roughly 4 inches tall. The mere sight of the brave Chibi-Robo working to solve the problems of the Sanderson family is awe inspiring. When he lights up red, it's a sign that his battery is nearly gone. If Chibi-Robo doesn't find an outlet to plug in his cord tail, he'll collapse.
GameCube: Chibi-Robo
Nintendo DS: Chibi-Robo: Park Patrol
Telly Vision Random Telly Vision - Brawl Trophy.png A manager robot that comes with Chibi-Robo when you buy him. Telly can hover through the air using the propeller attached to his head. Unlike Chibi-Robo, Telly can speak the human language. In addition, Telly acts as a motivator of sorts, encouraging Chibi-Robo as he goes about working and gaining Happy Points.
GameCube: Chibi-Robo
Boulder Random Boulder - Brawl Trophy.png An off-road vehicle that races over hills, around bodies of water, and through fields, vying to be first through the goal. While driving, you can pick up power-ups along the way, such as one that lets you power through obstacles at an even faster speed than normal. Along with trucklike vehicles, there are also buggy- and jeep-style vehicles available to race.
Wii: Excite Truck
Kyle Hyde Clear All-Star mode with all characters (applies to single-player play only). Kyle Hyde - Brawl Trophy.png A former detective working as a salesman for Red Crown, a door-to- door sales company. Kyle also searches for any trace of his long- lost friend and colleague, Bradley. Although cool and suave, Kyle tends to let himself go in the midst of his obsessive behavior. The Red Crown president's secretary, Rachel, often gives him grief about his destructive habits.
Nintendo DS: Hotel Dusk: Room 215
Ashley Robbins Play 100 Hours of Brawls Ashley Robbins - Brawl Trophy.png A black-eyed, unique 13-year-old girl raised by her aunt, Jessica, after her parents disappeared in an accident when she was three. Her father and mother researched biology and memory, respectively. One day, Ashley receives a package from the father she had assumed was long dead. Hoping to meet him, she travels out to Blood Edward Island with Jessica.
Nintendo DS: Trace Memory
Ouendan Get 400 combined max combos with all characters Ouendan - Brawl Trophy.png A cheer squad that appears out of nowhere to help those in need? That's right! These guys jam to the rhythm, providing courage to the needy and showing them the road to success! There are two towns and two teams—Ryuta Ippongi leads the boys in Yuhi, and Hayato Saionji spearheads the effort in Asahi. Right now, somewhere, cheer squads are responding to cries for help.
Nintendo DS: Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! (Japan Only)
Nintendo DS: Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! 2 (Japan Only)
Elite Beat Agents Random Elite Beat Agents - Brawl Trophy.png Members of a secret governmental agency, characterized by their black suits and sunglasses. Led by Commander Kahn, the agents serve to assist individuals around the world who are in crisis, responding to their cries for help. The groove that resonates from their dances inspires the troubled, helping them overcome their predicaments.
Nintendo DS: Elite Beat Agents

Notes[edit]

The animation for the Kyle Hyde trophy.
  • R.O.B. in Brawl is the only playable character in the entire series whose trophies are featured under the Others section.
  • As to emulate the art style of Hotel Dusk: Room 215, the Kyle Hyde trophy is animated in Squigglevision-esque style. It is the only trophy in the entire series to feature animation of any sort.
  • Though the Dr. Wright trophy lists his sole notable appearance as the first SimCity, he had also played a major role in the Japan-exclusive SimCity 64.
  • Interestingly, the game features trophies for both the Ouendan and the Elite Beat Agents; Elite Beat Agents is the completely revamped, Western-localized version of the first Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan, and the Agents themselves appeared as secret characters in the second Ouendan game (which never saw a Western release).
  • Custom Robo Arena is spelled with a colon (which is incorrect) on the Ray Mk III trophy, but without one on the Custom Robos and Jameson & A.I.R.S. trophies.
  • In the Japanese version:
    • Super Scope's game appearance was listed as simply Super Scope.
    • The Infantry & Tank trophy's other game appearance was listed Game Boy Wars Advance 1+2, due to the fact that both Advance Wars games were delayed and eventually cancelled due to the original game's North American release date being one day before the September 11 attacks, only for both games to finally get a Japanese release in 2004 as a 2-in-1 pack.
    • The Custom Robos trophies listed Custom Robo for the Nintendo 64 as the debut game, as the game was never released outside of Japan.
  • There was an error when obtaining the Lip's Stick trophy, it unlocks Tetris Attack in the Chronicle however, Lip, for whom the weapon is named, does not appear in the game when Panel de Pon was localized and replaced with Yoshi characters including her. In the Japanese version, it simply says Panel de Pon which is where its from.