List of SSB4 trophies (Pokémon series)

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This article is about Pokémon trophies in Super Smash Bros. 4. For Pokémon trophies in Brawl, see here and for Pokémon trophies in Melee, see here. For links to all trophies, see List of trophies.

Both Versions[edit]

Name Picture Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Picture Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Description Trophy Box
Pikachu
Fighter
PikachuTrophy3DS.png PikachuTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Recognized the world over, Pikachu is an Electric-type Pokémon that stores energy in its cheeks for use in battle. In Smash Bros., Pikachu is a well-rounded fighter with speedy, powerful electric attacks. Quick Attack can be used twice in a row if two directions are input, one after another.

PAL Pikachu is famous worldwide as the face of the Pokémon series. There's a lot of electricity stored in those rosy cheeks, and in this game, that allows for some devastating attacks, like Thunder Jolt. Tip: Input another direction after using Quick Attack to get a second burst. It's top-notch for recoveries!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Game Boy: Pokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition (10/1999)
38. Pokémon Classics
Pikachu (Alt.)
Fighter
PikachuAltTrophy3DS.png PikachuAltTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Pikachu's Thunder Jolt fires off a ball of electricity that bounces across the stage, getting weaker as it travels. It does more damage to enemies in the air. The default down special, Thunder, causes a lightning strike that both shocks opponents and turns Pikachu invincible for a split second.

PAL Pikachu's Thunder Jolt fires off a ball of electricity that bounces across the stage, getting weaker as it travels. Airborne enemies will take extra damage from it and get launched further. The default down special, Thunder, causes a lightning strike that both shocks opponents and turns Pikachu invincible for a split second.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Game Boy: Pokémon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition (10/1999)
40. Kanto Region
Lucario
Fighter
LucarioTrophy3DS.png LucarioTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A Fighting/Steel-type Pokémon that excels in combat through the reading and manipulation of Aura. As Lucario takes more damage, its attacks grow in strength. At maximum power, Lucario deals triple damage and its Aura Sphere is particularly devastating! Foes won't even know what hit them!

PAL This Fighting- and Steel-type Pokémon can sense the movements of its enemies using its Aura abilities, and is even said to be able to see enemies when they're invisible. As it takes damage, its attacks grow in strength. At maximum power, its deals triple damage, which can make its Aura Sphere attack a real force to be reckoned with!

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
45. Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl
Lucario (Alt.)
Fighter
LucarioAltTrophy3DS.png LucarioAltTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Lucario's up special Extreme Speed will send this Pokémon soaring on the path you choose. Lucario flies farther the more damage it's taken. Lucario makes use of its Aura for the side special Force Palm. At extremely close range, Lucario will grab an enemy first, dealing additional damage.

PAL The Extreme Speed up special sends Lucario rushing in your chosen direction, and you can adjust the flight path mid-air. Also, the more damage Lucario takes, the further it will go. For the Force Palm side special, Lucario attacks with its Aura. Using it while close to an enemy adds a grab to the move and deals extra damage.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
45. Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl
Charizard
Fighter
CharizardTrophy3DS.png CharizardTrophyWiiU.png NTSC The iconic Fire/Flying-type Pokémon. Charizard's scorching breath can melt anything in its path. It soars through the air, seeking only worthy foes to test itself against. In Smash Bros., Charizard unleashes the destructive Flare Blitz special move— a move so strong, it even injures the user!

PAL Charizard, a Fire- and Flying-type Pokémon, can burn through anything with the flames it breathes. It is constantly on the lookout for powerful opponents. And where better to find them than in this game? Its huge build and special moves mean it can inflict massive damage, and its Flare Blitz is so powerful, it even hurts Charizard itself!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
38. Pokémon Classics
Charizard (Alt.)
Fighter
CharizardAltTrophy3DS.png CharizardAltTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Charizard's Flamethrower attack can be sustained by holding the button. The flames will gradually die, but a short break will recharge them. Charizard's down special Rock Smash crushes a rock and hits foes with the pieces. Charizard won't flinch while crushing, but others can break the rock...

PAL When using Charizard's Flamethrower move, hold the button to keep breathing fire. The flames gradually die down, but you just need to rest for a bit before doing it again. If you get hit while you're using the down special Rock Smash, you won't flinch, but someone else can break the rock instead, making your attack fail.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
40. Kanto Region
Jigglypuff
Fighter
JigglypuffTrophy3DS.png JigglypuffTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Normal/Fairy-type Pokémon is best known for its soothing singing, which can put foes to sleep. In Smash Bros., it fights best in the air and can even jump six times in a row. The downside, though, is that Jigglypuff's so light, most opponents could launch it in their sleep!

PAL This Normal- and Fairy-type Pokémon is best known for its soothing singing, which quite often puts foes to sleep. In this game, Jigglypuff fights best in the air, and can even jump six times in a row. The downside, though, is that Jigglypuff's so light, just about any opponent could launch it in their sleep!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
39. Pokémon
Jigglypuff (Alt.)
Fighter
JigglypuffAltTrophy3DS.png JigglypuffAltTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Jigglypuff's down special Rest sends this Pokémon into a deep sleep that damages and launches any foe it's touching upon napping. They'll even take damage after being hit! It's a pretty challenging move to land, though, and it leaves Jigglypuff wide open to revenge. Be careful when you use it.

PAL When you use the Rest down special, you go into a deep sleep, as you'd expect. But if anyone is touching you when you do it, you'll inflict a lot of damage and launch them directly upwards. They even continue to take damage afterwards. It's not easy to pull off, though, and falling asleep leaves you open to attacks, so be careful.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
40. Kanto Region
Greninja
Fighter
GreninjaTrophy3DS.png GreninjaTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Water/Dark-type Pokémon is the fully evolved form of Froakie. It's just as fast and dangerous as any other ninja, and the throwing stars it can make out of water can shear metal. In Smash Bros., as well as being a graceful, speedy fighter, it can also use moves like Hydro Pump that let it travel through the air and avoid falling.

PAL This Water- and Dark-type Pokémon is the fully evolved form of Froakie. It is just as fast and dangerous as its name suggests, and the throwing stars it can make out of water can shear metal. In this game, as well as being a graceful, speedy fighter, it can also use moves like Hydro Pump to let it move through the air and avoid falling.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
49. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (1)
Greninja (Alt.)
Fighter
GreninjaAltTrophy3DS.png GreninjaAltTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Greninja's Substitute down special lets you teleport to dodge attacks and then strike back, making it an effective and hard-to-predict way to counterattack. You can also control where you reappear by inputting directions. When you vanish, sometimes you'll be replaced by a log, other times by a cuddly toy.

PAL Greninja's Substitute down special lets you teleport to dodge attacks and then strike back, making it an effective and hard-to-predict way to counter-attack. You can also control where you reappear. When you vanish, sometimes you'll be replaced by a log, and other times by a Substitute doll.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
49. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (1)
Mewtwo
Fighter
MewtwoDLCTrophy3DS.png MewtwoDLCTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Mewtwo puts its psychic powers to great use in this game. Not only does it have floaty jumps, but its telekinesis gives its attacks extra reach and its throws added power. However, its light body makes it easy to launch, so if you're willing to risk getting in close, it might just be worth it!

PAL Mewtwo puts its psychic powers to great use in this game. Not only can it float in midair, but its telekinesis gives its attacks extra reach and its throws added power. However, its light body makes it easy to launch, so if you're willing to take the risk of getting in close, it might just be worth it!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
Mewtwo (Alt.)
Fighter
MewtwoAltTrophy3DS.png MewtwoAltTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Mewtwo's Confusion side special not only repels projectiles—it also reflects the damage back on your opponent. Its down special, Disable, stuns an enemy for longer the higher its damage is. Disable only works on foes that are facing Mewtwo.

PAL Mewtwo's Confusion Side Special not only lets you repel projectiles, it also reflects the damage back on your opponent. Its Down Special, Disable, stuns an enemy for longer the higher its damage is. As it works by having Mewtwo glare at its foe, this only works if they make eye contact.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
Poké Ball
Poké Ball
PokeBallTrophy3DS.png PokeBallTrophyWiiU.png NTSC An item used to call out different Pokémon. Which Pokémon emerges is a mystery, but it will aid whoever threw the Poké Ball. Some of the Pokémon contained inside are extremely powerful and will really intensify the battle. It's definitely worth beating your opponents to these!

PAL A ball holding one of any number of Pokémon just waiting to burst out and help you in battle. Which kind will it be? Well, that's a surprise, but whichever one it is, it'll definitely up the intensity of the battle! If you see one, make sure you're the one to grab it!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
41. Pokémon Gold & Pokémon Silver
Master Ball
Poké Ball
MasterBallTrophy3DS.png MasterBallTrophyWiiU.png NTSC These valuable, powerful balls can capture any wild Pokémon. In Smash Bros., hard- to-find Pokémon often pop out of them. You can easily identify a Master Ball by the distinct purple appearance and large M on the top. A Pokémon within a Master Ball may turn the tide of battle.

PAL A rare type of Poké Ball that never fails to catch a Pokémon. Throw one in this game, and the Mythical or Legendary Pokémon inside will come to your aid. Master Balls are easy to identify due to their purple colour and the large M on them. Use one to quickly turn the tide of any battle!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
42. Legends of Johto
Meowth
Poké Ball
MeowthTrophy3DS.png MeowthTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Meowth is a Normal-type, Scratch Cat Pokémon who absolutely loves anything shiny. It's a creature of the night, and it's not unusual to discover a Meowth and a Murkrow fighting over their finds. Meowth's attack Pay Day can deal a ton of damage if an opponent gets caught in it. How purrfect!

PAL Meowth, a Normal-type Pokémon, loves round, shiny things. It runs around at night, hunting for little treasures and trinkets, but often ends up getting into fights with Murkrow about who'll get to keep them. Watch out for Meowth's Pay Day attack. If it catches you from behind, it can be purralysingly pawerful!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
39. Pokémon
Electrode
Poké Ball
ElectrodeTrophy3DS.png ElectrodeTrophyWiiU.png NTSC An Electric-type Pokémon that stores energy inside its body. Nicknamed "the Bomb Ball" by some, the slightest shock risks setting this Pokémon off. If you're feeling brave, you can throw Electrode at your foes before it detonates. Handle with care, or it'll go off in your hands instead!

PAL This Electric-type Pokémon stores huge amounts of electricity in its body. It is also known as the Bomb Ball due to the fact that even the lightest touch can make it blow up. Sometimes it takes a little while for Electrode to use its Explosion attack, so you might have enough time to throw it in someone else's direction! Feeling brave?

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
39. Pokémon
Goldeen
Poké Ball
GoldeenTrophy3DS.png GoldeenTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Water-type Pokémon sports a fancy horn on its head. An excellent swimmer, it can literally swim up waterfalls. In the world of Pokémon, this elegant Pokémon has a variety of effective moves in battle. In Smash Bros., however, all it can use is an ineffective Splash attack.

PAL A Water-type Pokémon with a distinctive horn. Thanks to its powerful fins, Goldeen can swim comfortably through the most torrential waters and even up waterfalls. It's known for both its strength and grace. That said, don't expect it to make a big splash in this game - just a little one when it uses Splash... It's super ineffective!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
39. Pokémon
Staryu
Poké Ball
StaryuTrophy3DS.png StaryuTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Water-type Pokémon, Staryu, greatly resembles a star. Exposing one to a Water Stone causes it to evolve into Starmie. Another star-shaped Pokémon, Cleffa, exists, but the two don't look all that similar. In Smash Bros., Staryu will attack foes with Swift. Anyone hit will be seeing stars!

PAL This Water-type Pokémon evolves into Starmie when you use a Water Stone. Its star shape makes it rather cute, but that doesn't mean Staryu's not a threat. Its Swift attack will pummel fighters with a flurry of stars. If you notice Staryu's aiming at you, quickly move up or down to get out of the line of fire.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
39. Pokémon
Eevee
Poké Ball
EeveeTrophy3DS.png EeveeTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Normal-type Pokémon is as adaptable to evolution as they come, with eight evolutions discovered thus far. If you pair that potential with its adorable features, it's no wonder Eevee is so popular! In Smash Bros., Eevee will attack a nearby opponent with Take Down. Sadly, this attack isn't incredibly powerful.

PAL This adorable Normal-type Pokémon's ability to evolve in so many different ways makes it a popular choice with trainers. When brought out in battle, Eevee uses Take Down on the first opponent it sees, but...it's not very effective. Never mind. Eevee may not be the toughest Pokémon, but it'll always be one of the cutest.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
39. Pokémon
Snorlax
Poké Ball
SnorlaxTrophy3DS.png SnorlaxTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This sleepy, Normal-type Pokémon is huge! It eats more than 900 lb. of food every day. Most of the time not spent eating is spent sleeping. That big, round body comes in handy when it's brought onto a Smash Bros. battlefield—the Body Slam attack will send anyone who gets hit flying into the air!

PAL Snorlax is often referred to as the Sleeping Pokémon, and there's a good reason for that! This giant loafer spends almost all its time snoozing, getting up for just long enough each day to scoff up a tidy 400kg of food. In this game, it soars into the air and uses its Body Slam attack, smacking into fighters like a giant wrecking ball.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
38. Pokémon Classics
Moltres
Poké Ball
MoltresTrophy3DS.png MoltresTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Fire/Flying-type Pokémon is one of three Legendary birds in the Kanto region. It will use Fly when called into a Smash Bros. battle, flapping its orange wings and sending fire out around it. Getting hit hurts and could launch you so far, you'd make Moltres jealous. That isn't a good thing...

PAL Moltres is one of the three Legendary Bird Pokémon of the Kanto region, along with Articuno and Zapdos. When spreading its huge wings and taking flight, it can make the flames all over its body burn even brighter. If you get hit by those flames during its Fly attack, you might go flying even further than Moltres!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
40. Kanto Region
Mew
Poké Ball
MewTrophy3DS.png MewTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Mew is a Pokémon previously thought to be extinct but rediscovered by Dr. Fuji. This Legendary Pokémon doesn't often show itself to humans, so it is considered quite lucky to see one. In Smash Bros., Mew will appear and then use Fly to sail away, leaving behind a gift. Thanks, Mew!

PAL Mew was thought to be extinct until it was rediscovered by Dr Fuji in Guyana. This Mythical Pokémon doesn't often show itself to humans, so it's considered very lucky to see one. In this game, it will float upwards and leave a present behind. If only Mew would turn up more often, eh?

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
GB Advance: Pokémon Emerald (05/2005)
40. Kanto Region
Togepi
Poké Ball
TogepiTrophy3DS.png TogepiTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Fairy-type Pokémon grows by feeding off the happiness, fun, and kindness of others. It's always filled with joy! In Smash Bros., Togepi uses the unpredictable Metronome move on foes. This move can cause drowsiness, damaging-flower growth, or stage darkness.

PAL A Fairy-type Pokémon that's always sunny side up! It can siphon positive energy from people and spread it across the world. Its Metronome attack can have a wide variety of effects. Maybe it'll plunge the stage into darkness. Maybe it'll plant damage-dealing seeds on fighters' heads. Whatever it does, Togepi will leave fighters scrambling.

Game Boy: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (10/2000)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
41. Pokémon Gold & Pokémon Silver
Bellossom
Poké Ball
BellossomTrophy3DS.png BellossomTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A Grass-type Pokémon, Bellossom evolves from Gloom, losing its secondary Poison type. It also gets smaller. It's most common to find Bellossom in tropical climates, grouped together and dancing. In Smash Bros., the Sweet Scent from Bellossom can put even the most hardened fighters to sleep.

PAL Two unusual things happen when Gloom evolves into Bellossom: it gets smaller, and it loses its secondary type, Poison, becoming a purely Grass-type Pokémon. These Pokémon are most commonly found in groups in the tropics. Here, the more damage fighters have taken, the longer Sweet Scent keeps them asleep!

Game Boy: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (10/2000)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
41. Pokémon Gold & Pokémon Silver
Entei
Poké Ball
EnteiTrophy3DS.png EnteiTrophyWiiU.png NTSC One of the three Legendary Pokémon that rose from the ashes of the Burned Tower. It has a distinct white mane running down its back. When brought into battle, it unleashes a powerful Fire Spin attack that pulls in enemies, damages them, and then launches them as the fires peter out. Ouch!

PAL One of the three Legendary Pokémon to rise from the ashes of the Burned Tower. It has a distinctive white mane running along its back. Its powerful Fire Spin attack will suck in any fighters nearby and trap them, dealing damage all the while. When the fire burns itself out, any fighters within are blasted off the stage.

Game Boy: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (10/2000)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver (03/2010)
42. Legends of Johto
Suicune
Poké Ball
SuicuneTrophy3DS.png SuicuneTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A Legendary Pokémon that emerged from the ashes of the Burned Tower, Suicune is a Water-type Pokémon easily identified by its long, purple mane. In battle, it'll head toward a nearby fighter and fire an Aurora Beam all the way to the edge of the screen. If you get hit, you'll be frozen solid!

PAL Suicune is one of the Legendary Pokémon from the Burned Tower in Ecruteak City. Its mane is said to resemble an aurora floating over it. If summoned in battle, it'll make its way straight for a nearby fighter and unleash its Aurora Beam. The target, frozen in place, is unable to resist as it's blown off the stage.

Game Boy: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (10/2000)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver (03/2010)
42. Legends of Johto
Lugia
Poké Ball
LugiaTrophy3DS.png LugiaTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Despite being a Psychic/Flying-type Pokémon, Lugia sleeps on the ocean floor. Legend says the flapping of Lugia's wings can create storms that last up to 40 days. It's impossible to know for sure, but in Smash Bros., Lugia definitely brings a storm with its Aeroblast attack.

PAL Despite being a Psychic- and Flying-type, Lugia sleeps on the ocean floor. It's said that if it were to flap its wings on waking up, it could cause a storm lasting 40 days. No one can say whether that's true or not, but Lugia's attacks certainly make it seem so. It flies behind the stage and creates a mighty gust of wind with its Aeroblast attack.

Game Boy: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (10/2000)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver (03/2010)
42. Legends of Johto
Gardevoir
Poké Ball
GardevoirTrophy3DS.png GardevoirTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Gardevoir is a Psychic/Fairy-type Pokémon, bearing an elegant appearance that male and female Gardevoir share. In Smash Bros., it uses Reflect to turn back projectiles and items launched toward it. Helpfully, it won't affect any of the shots from the player who summoned it. Take advantage of this!

PAL This Psychic- and Fairy-type may look like a woman in a long dress, but there are both male and female Gardevoir out there! If you get one in battle, it'll use Reflect, creating a barrier that stops projectiles from hitting you and your allies. It won't block any of your shots, though, so feel free to fire all the projectiles you like!

GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
43. Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Sapphire
Metagross
Poké Ball
MetagrossTrophy3DS.png MetagrossTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A hulking Steel/Psychic Pokémon, Metagross weighs in at around 1,212.5 lb. Even Snorlax isn't that heavy! It uses Earthquake by stomping its powerful legs on the ground, sending nearby fighters flying and burying those who come too close. You'll be safe in the air, so use careful timing to stay that way.

PAL A Steel- and Psychic-type Pokémon known as the Iron Leg Pokémon. At 550kg in weight, it's heavier than your average Snorlax. When its Earthquake hits, you'd better hope your far away (or at least in mid-air), because the tremors can launch anybody on the ground.. And watch out for its legs! They can stomp you right into the ground!

GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
43. Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Sapphire
Latias & Latios
Poké Ball
LatiasAndLatiosTrophy3DS.png LatiasAndLatiosTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Latias and Latios are Eon Pokémon. Both are Dragon/Psychic-type Pokémon. The red Latias is female, while the blue Latios is male. By folding in their arms, they can fly faster than fighter jets. They combine speed and teamwork when they cross paths to attack fighters with Steel Wing.

PAL Latias and Latios are Eon Pokémon. Both are Dragon- and Psychic-types. The red Latias is female, while the blue Latios is male. Be folding their arms in, they become super aerodynamic and can fly faster than fighter jets. They combine speed and teamwork when they cross paths to attack fighters with Steel Wing.

GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
43. Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Sapphire
Kyogre
Poké Ball
KyogreTrophy3DS.png KyogreTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Water-type Pokémon roughly resembles an orca whale, though its large fins also look a bit like hands. Be wary of its Hydro Pump attack, which is capable of sending you flying off the stage. Even worse, it will chase after you, making it even harder to recover from the attack.

PAL This orca-like Water-type Pokémon is known for the distinctive shape of its fins and the red markings along its body. It will use Hydro Pump to send fighters flying off the stage, and then proceed to chase after them to make recovering from the attack a nightmare.

GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire (10/2014)
44. Legends of Hoenn
Deoxys
Poké Ball
DeoxysTrophy3DS.png DeoxysTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Psychic-type Pokémon was born from a virus attached to a meteorite. It has four different Formes, but in Smash Bros. only the Attack Forme appears. In battle, it'll soar skyward before unleashing a powerful Hyper Beam attack straight downward from the crystal in its chest.

PAL Deoxys was formed from a mutated virus that came to Earth on a meteorite. It comes in four different Formes, but in this game, it appears in Attack Forme. When summoned, it heads skywards before firing its Hyper Beam attack straight downwards from the crystal in its chest.

GB Advance: Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen (09/2004)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver (03/2010)
44. Legends of Hoenn
Abomasnow
Poké Ball
AbomasnowTrophy3DS.png AbomasnowTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A solitary Grass/Ice type, Abomasnow loves to live in the snowy mountains, though it occasionally mingles with people as well. In Smash Bros., it uses a combo of Blizzard and Ice Punch, punishing anyone who gets too close. It can change direction when attacking, so sneaking up on it from behind won't work!

PAL Abomasnow is a Grass- and Ice-type Pokémon said to live the quiet life in snowy mountains, but it's been known to mingle with humans too. It can whip up blizzards to attack anyone who strays too close, and it can throw a powerful Ice Punch either straight in front of back over its shoulder, so there's nowhere to hide!

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
45. Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl
Palkia
Poké Ball
PalkiaTrophy3DS.png PalkiaTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Stories surround this Legendary Water/ Dragon-type Pokémon, saying that it has control over all of space. Its Spacial Rend attack will tear space and flip the screen upside down. When this happens, the left and right controls of the fighters will become flipped as well.

PAL Stories of this Legendary Pokémon say that Palkia is a god that controls all of space. When it uses its Spacial Rend attack in Super Smash Bros., it causes the screen to flip upside down. If that wasn't confusing enough, it also flips the left and right controls!

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver (03/2010)
46. Legends of Sinnoh
Giratina
Poké Ball
GiratinaTrophy3DS.png GiratinaTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Ghost/Dragon-type Pokémon is a resident of the Distortion World. When it is given a Griseous Orb, it'll change into its Origin Forme. Its Dragon Breath attack can catch fighters in a powerful, damaging tornado. If you're on the receiving end, be careful it doesn't carry you right off the stage.

PAL Also called the Renegade Pokémon, Giratina lives in a dimension known as the Distortion World. It has two forms, and will only be seen in its Origin Forme in out world if it's holding a Griseous Orb. Its Dragon Breath attack creates a powerful tornado that not only damages you, but can carry you off the stage!

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver (03/2010)
46. Legends of Sinnoh
Darkrai
Poké Ball
DarkraiTrophy3DS.png DarkraiTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Dark-type Pokémon can cause people and other Pokémon to experience nightmares. While it is floating in the air, it tucks its legs in so far, it looks like they vanish! In battle it will use a move called Dark Void, which sucks in surrounding opponents and puts them into a deep sleep.

PAL A Pokémon shrouded in mystery, Darkrai has the ability to implant nightmares into the minds of both humans and Pokémon. It has legs, but seems to prefer to float in the air. Its favourite move in this game is Dark Void. When this attack hits something, it creates a vortex that sucks in fighters and puts them to sleep.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
46. Legends of Sinnoh
Arceus
Poké Ball
ArceusTrophy3DS.png ArceusTrophyWiiU.png A Pokémon said to have hatched from an egg that appeared from nothing. Newly hatched, it created the world and the sky. Its Gravity attack will bring any fighter in midair crashing down to earth. No ground below you? Looks like you're going to go plummeting off the stage as if you'd been hit by a Meteor Smash!
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
46. Legends of Sinnoh
Victini
Poké Ball
VictiniTrophy3DS.png VictiniTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Psychic/Fire-type Pokémon shares the limitless energy it creates with others. In Smash Bros., Victini uses Victory Star to power up the fighter that brought it into battle. The fighter won't flinch from damage and will launch foes easier, as well as glow with power. They aren't invincible, though...

PAL Victini can create an endless supply of energy and share it with others. Its Victory Star move makes the other fighter who summoned it glow with power from head to toe. As long as they're glowing, their launch ability will shoot up and they'll never flinch. That said, they're not invincible - Victini isn't a miracle-worker.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
48. Legends of Unova
Snivy
Poké Ball
SnivyTrophy3DS.png SnivyTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Along with Ekans and Onyx[sic], this Pokémon is considered to be a snake Pokémon, even though it has two legs. When it evolves into Serperior, however, it sheds those legs. In Smash Bros., Snivy unleashes Razor Leaf on fighters, sending sharp leaves flying and damaging anything in range.

PAL Like Ekans and Onix, Snivy is known as a snake Pokémon. Unlike those Pokémon, it has two legs. When it eventually evolves into Serperior, though, it loses them. It attacks using Razor Leaf, which sends super sharp leaves flying into fighters in front of it, potentially hitting them over and over again.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
47. Pokémon Black & Pokémon White
Oshawott
Poké Ball
OshawottTrophy3DS.png OshawottTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Oshawott carries a little weapon on its stomach known as a scalchop, which can be used to either defend or attack. Its Surf move can knock opponents off the stage, but if you use a reflecting move at just the right moment, you can turn the tide against it!

PAL Oshawott carries a little shell on its stomach known as a scalchop, which can either be used as a weapon or to defend against attacks. Its Surf move can knock you right off the stage, but if you reflect it just at the right moment, that could really turn the tide back in your favour.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
47. Pokémon Black & Pokémon White
Zoroark
Poké Ball
ZoroarkTrophy3DS.png ZoroarkTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Dark-type Pokémon will protect its home and anyone it cherishes by creating illusions to fluster opponents. When it uses Fury Swipes, it will vanish from view and then suddenly appear next to its targets, launching them upward. It will then finish them off by sending them crashing back down.

PAL This Dark-type Pokémon is a powerful illusionist, and uses its power to confuse any that would threaten its home and loved ones. When it uses its Fury Swipes attack, it vanishes, then reappears next to an opponent and sends them flying into the air. It then slashes at them furiously before slamming them into the ground.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
48. Legends of Unova
Kyurem
Poké Ball
KyuremTrophy3DS.png KyuremTrophyWiiU.png NTSC While this Dragon/Ice-type Pokémon is definitely a Pokémon, some believe it is what remained after Reshiram and Zekrom were split apart. In battle, it will generate incredibly cold energy and then unleash it using Icy Wind. This move will deal constant damage before freezing opponents.

PAL Kyurem is thought to be an empty shell left behind when Reshiram and Zekrom split into two. Its icy energy is so powerful that it can freeze its own body. When Kyurem has built up enough energy, it can unleash Icy Wind, shooting spirals of cold left and right. After damaging fighters, this attack will leave them frozen.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
48. Legends of Unova
Keldeo
Poké Ball
KeldeoTrophy3DS.png KeldeoTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Water/Fighting-type Pokémon is a lot like a multicolored unicorn. In its Resolute Form, its horn will grow longer and its vision is keener. It is this Form that appears on the battlefields of Smash Bros. Be wary of its Secret Sword attack—Keldeo's charge will send anyone hit flying.

PAL The Mythical Pokémon Keldeo looks a lot like a multicoloured unicorn. in its Resolute form, its horn grows longer and its vision improves. It can also use Secret Sword in that Form, and that's what it will do in this game. If Keldeo starts charging after you, watch out - that huge horn will send you flying!

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
48. Legends of Unova
Meloetta
Poké Ball
MeloettaTrophy3DS.png MeloettaTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A Normal/Psychic-type Pokémon, Meloetta can change its Forme by using Relic Song. In Smash Bros., Meloetta appears in its Aria Forme, using an attack called Echoed Voice to send waves of sound bouncing around the stage. The more walls and platforms, the harder this is to avoid.

PAL This Normal- and Psychic-type Pokémon has the ability to change Forme mid-battle by using Relic Song. Appearing this game in its Aria Forme, it uses Echoed Voice to send echoes shooting up and down the stage, reflecting off walls and platforms. The more obstacles there are on a stage, the harder it is to avoid!

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
48. Legends of Unova
Genesect
Poké Ball
GenesectTrophy3DS.png GenesectTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A Bug/Steel-type Pokémon, Genesect was created from a 300-million-year-old fossil and later altered to carry a giant cannon on its back. The type of Drive inserted into the cannon affects the attack type of its Techno Blast. It will follow up this attack with a long-range laser.

PAL A Bug- and Steel-type Pokémon revived from a 300-million-year-old fossil, then modified to carry a giant cannon on its back. The type of Drive inserted into the cannon affects the attack type of its Techno Blast. After using this attack mid-jump, it attacks its taarget with a long-range laser than passes through obstacles.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
48. Legends of Unova
Chespin
Poké Ball
ChespinTrophy3DS.png ChespinTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Chespin, the Spiny Nut Pokémon. This Grass-type Pokémon is one of the Pokémon you can choose when starting a new adventure. The spikes on its head could stop a truck. It can evolve into Quilladin. Its Seed Bomb move will scatter bombs around it that instantly explode.

PAL Chespin, the Spiny Nut Pokémon. This Grass-type Pokémon is one of the ones you can choose at the start of Pokémon X and Y. The thick shell covering its head and back is so strong, it can protect Chespin's body from almost any impact. Its Seed Bomb attack will scatter bombs around it that instantly explode.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
49. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (1)
Fennekin
Poké Ball
FennekinTrophy3DS.png FennekinTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Fire-type Pokémon is one of the first partners in Pokémon X and Y. It enjoys eating twigs, emitting hot air from its ears as it munches. Its Incinerate attack may look like small embers when it starts, but when it hits another fighter, the embers burst into a devastating pillar of flame!

PAL Want to start your journey with a Fire-type Pokémon? Then Fennekin is for you! It enjoys eating twigs as snacks, and while it's munching on them, hot air pours from its ears. Its Incinerate attack might start off looking like tiny embers, but on impact with another fighter, they'll burst into a giant pillar of flame that just keeps burning.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
49. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (1)
Fletchling
Poké Ball
FletchlingTrophy3DS.png FletchlingTrophyWiiU.png NTSC These Normal/Flying-type Pokémon are a popular choice with trainers, thanks to their beautiful voices and friendly personalities. They're found all over the cities of the Kalos region. They are quite territorial, however, and aren't afraid to use Peck on anyone who trespasses.

PAL Fletchling, the Tiny Robin Pokémon. This Normal- and Flying- Pokémon is often seen in cities in the Kalos region. It's popular with trainers due to its friendly personality and beautiful voice. However, they can be very territorial, and if you bring one out in battle, it won't hesitate to use Peck on one of your opponents.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
49. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (1)
Spewpa
Poké Ball
SpewpaTrophy3DS.png SpewpaTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Spewpa, the Scatterdust Pokémon. This Bug-type Pokémon can harden its body to protect against attacks. If attacked in Smash Bros., it'll bristle up and paralyze its opponent with Stun Spore. However, it won't do anything if you don't attack it. Don't mess with it—it won't mess with you.

PAL Spewpa, the Scatterdust Pokémon. This Bug-type Pokémon can harden its body to protect against attacks. In this game, it might bristle up and paralyse you with Stun Spore. "How ever can I avoid such a terrible fate?", you ask? Just leave it alone. Don't mess with Spewpa, and Spewpa won't mess with you.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
50. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (2)
Gogoat
Poké Ball
GogoatTrophy3DS.png GogoatTrophyWiiU.png Lots of people in Lumiose City get around by riding on the backs of these Grass-type Pokémon. If you summon one during a fight, it'll run around the stage and charge at your opponents using Take Down. If you like, you can even jump on its back and get a lift around the stage from it!
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
50. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (2)
Swirlix
Poké Ball
SwirlixTrophy3DS.png SwirlixTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Swirlix, a Fairy-type Pokémon, has a serious sweet tooth. However, all those sweets make its fur really sticky. If you trade a Swirlix while it holds Whipped Dream, it'll evolve into a Slurpuff. In Smash Bros., Swirlix likes to use Cotton Spore. Getting hit by this attack will seriously slow you down.

PAL Swirlix has a serious sweet tooth - it eats so many sweets that even its fur is sticky and sweet. Not that you should try eating its fur. In this game, it'll use Cotton Spore to slow down all of the other fighters. See? Definitely not edible. Fun fact: if you trade Swirlix while it's holding a Whipped Dream, it'll evolve!

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
50. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (2)
Inkay
Poké Ball
InkayTrophy3DS.png InkayTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Inkay may look like a Water-type Pokémon, but it's actually a Dark/Psychic type! Once it has reached the proper level, Inkay can evolve into Malamar if you hold the Nintendo 3DS upside down. In Smash Bros., its Topsy-Turvy move will flip anyone who wanders too close upside down. Watch out!

PAL A Pokémon that looks this much like a squid MUST be a Water-type, right? Wrong! It's a Dark- and Psychic-type. If you're struggling to get it to evolve, try holding your system upside down. In this game, Inkay's Topsy-Turvy move can knock you over, and you won't be much use like that, so watch out!

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
50. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (2)
Dedenne
Poké Ball
DedenneTrophy3DS.png DedenneTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Electric/Fairy-type Pokémon's round shape and antennae-like whiskers make it very distinctive. It has a habit of sticking its tail into sockets to absorb electricity. Its Discharge attack shoots off in four directions, passing through obstacles and stunning any fighters it hits along the way.

PAL This Electric- and Fairy-type Pokémon's round shape and antennae-like whiskers make it very distinctive. It has a habit of sticking its tail into sockets to absorb electricity that it fires from its whiskers. Its Discharge attack shoots off in four directions, passing through obstacles and stunning any fighters it hits along the way.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
49. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (1)
Xerneas
Poké Ball
XerneasTrophy3DS.png XerneasTrophyWiiU.png NTSC The horns on Xerneas's head give this Fairy-type Pokémon the power to bestow eternal life. It emanates energy with a move called Geomancy that causes all the fighters to glow. As pretty as it is, this makes everyone more easily launchable. Know when to take advantage and when to lay low.

PAL The horns on Xerneas's head give this Pokémon the power to bestow eternal life. When summoned in a match, energy will emanate from it and make all fighters glow. Pretty it may be, but this Geomancy move makes everyone much easier to launch. Knowing that, will you take advantage of the situation, or try to stay out of the way?

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
Koffing
Enemy
KoffingTrophy3DS.png KoffingTrophyWiiU.png Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DSThis Poison-type Pokémon's balloon-like body is filled with toxic gases. In Smash Run, it floats over to fighters and expels gas at regular intervals. If the gas touches you, the stats you've worked so hard to build up will drop! Attack while it's deflated to take it down safely, and then help yourself to the many, many items it leaves behind.

Super Smash Bros. for Wii UA Poison-type Pokémon that looks somewhat like a blown-up balloon. As you might be able to guess, though, it's not filled with fresh air - that's poison gas, and this Pokémon isn't shy about sharing. In Smash Tour, the gas it spews will hide spaces and any items that may be on them. The smoke should disappear by the end of the turn.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
Ivysaur
Series Related
IvysaurTrophy3DS.png IvysaurTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Watching your starter Pokémon evolve is an unforgettable experience. For many trainers, that first happened when Bulbasaur became Ivysaur. It might be difficult to say good-bye to cute little Bulbasaur, but before they know it, they'll be saying bye to Ivysaur, too, as it turns into a fully grown Venusaur!

PAL Watching your starter Pokémon evolve is an unforgettable experience. For many trainers, that first happens when watching Bulbasaur become Ivysaur. It might be difficult for them to say goodbye to cute little Bulbasaur, but before they know it, they'll be saying bye to Ivysaur, to, when it turns into a fully-grown Venusaur!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
GB Advance: Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen (09/2004)
38. Pokémon Classics
Mega Venusaur
Series Related
MegaVenusaurTrophy3DS.png MegaVenusaurTrophyWiiU.png With a special type of Mega Stone called Venusaurite, Venusaur can Mega Evolve into Mega Venusaur in the middle of a battle. Not only does Venusaur get a large defense boost when it Mega Evolves, but the plants on its back grow so much, it looks like you're being attacked by a walking jungle. Now, that's got to be intimidating!
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
51. Mega Evolution
Squirtle
Series Related
SquirtleTrophy3DS.png SquirtleTrophyWiiU.png NTSC At the start of their Pokémon adventures, many aspiring trainers visit Professor Oak to choose one of three starter Pokémon. Squirtle's always a popular choice, what with it being so gosh-darn adorable. When it's in danger, though, it withdraws into its shell and spits a high-pressure burst of water—a bit less adorable.

PAL At the start of their Pokémon adventures, many aspiring trainers visit Professor Oak to choose one of three starter Pokémon. Squirtle's always a popular choice, what with him being so flipping adorable. When it's in danger, though, it withdraws into its shell and spits a high-pressure burst of water, which isn't quite so adorable.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
GB Advance: Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen (09/2004)
38. Pokémon Classics
Mega Blastoise
Series Related
MegaBlastoiseTrophy3DS.png MegaBlastoiseTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Some species of Pokémon living in Kalos have the ability to Mega Evolve, and here's one! Mega Blastoise is a bit bigger than Blastoise, and instead of two cannons on its shell, it has one huge cannon. This may seem like a downgrade, but wait—there are two on its arms! This math is easy: three is better than two.

PAL Some species of Pokémon living in Kalos have the ability to Mega Evolve, and here's one! Mega Blastoise is a bit bigger than Blastoise, and instead of two cannons on its shell, it has one huge cannon. This may seem like a downgrade, but wait - there are two on its arms, too! Basic arithmetic: three is better than two.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
51. Mega Evolution
Mewtwo [non-fighter]
Series Related
MewtwoTrophy3DS.png MewtwoTrophyWiiU.png Created from modified Mew DNA, Mewtwo was designed to be the ultimate Pokémon. It didn't take on any of Mew's kinder traits and only uses its intelligence to destroy its enemies. Or...so it seems. Perhaps it just feels frightened or even tormented, and that's why it lashes out. Whatever the reason, Mewtwo is not to be messed with.
Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
GB Advance: Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen (09/2004)
40. Kanto Region
Sylveon
Series Related
SylveonTrophy3DS.png SylveonTrophyWiiU.png Sylveon is one of Eevee's various final evolutions. It has a lot of great attacks to use in battle, but it actually seems to be a peace-loving sort of Pokémon. Case in point, it can completely stop the flow of battle by moving its ribbonlike feelers in a way that charms its opponents into not wanting to fight anymore.
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
50. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (2)
Pokémon Trainer
Series Related
PokemonTrainerTrophy3DS.png PokemonTrainerTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Pop quiz! What do Misty, Brock, Cynthia, Iris, and Ash all have in common? That's right—they're all Pokémon Trainers! This Pokémon Master in the making is the same. Back in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, he fought to be the very best—like no one ever was. To smash them was his real test—to launch them was his cause!

PAL Quiz time! What do Misty, Brock, Cynthia, Iris and Ash all have in common? That's right - they're all Pokémon Trainers! This Pokémon Master in the making is just the same. He fought to be the very best - like no one ever was - back in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. To smash them was his real test - to launch them was his cause.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
GB Advance: Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen (09/2004)
38. Pokémon Classics

3DS Version[edit]

Name Picture Price Description
Gastly
Enemy
GastlyTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
NTSC This Ghost/Poison-type Pokémon is made up of several toxic gases—touching it would be really unpleasant. Instead, try to take it out with projectiles. It's not the fastest enemy in Smash Run, but occasionally it may try to chase down a fighter, so be careful around this gaseous foe.

PAL In Smash Run, these Ghost- and Poison-type Pokémon tend to move slowly, and then, without warning, chase after you at high speed. You'll get hurt if they so much as come into contact with you, so be on your guard. As ghosts, they're immune to direct attacks. The only way to defeat them is to hit them with projectiles or items.

Petilil
Enemy
PetililTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
The leaves on this Grass-type Pokémon's head taste bitter, but eating them is known to refresh a tired body. In Smash Run, it'll disperse purple Sleep Powder over a wide area when it gets close to you. It's easy to get caught off guard by the attack if you're busy fighting other enemies, so if you see a Petilil, take it out as fast as you can.
Chandelure
Enemy
ChandelureTrophy3DS.png 350 G; Play Coin.png —
NTSC A Ghost/Fire-type Pokémon that burns its opponents' spirits instead of their bodies. When it attacks, it does so in bursts of three, using moves like Will-O-Wisp and Fire Spin. Try not to use fire-based attacks or items on it, as it will only absorb them and use them to strengthen itself.

PAL A Ghost- and Fire-type Pokémon that doesn't burn its opponents' bodies, but their spirits. When it attacks, it does so in bursts of three, using moves like Will-O-Wisp and Fire Spin. Try not to use fire-based attacks or items on it, as it will only absorb them and use them to strengthen itself.

Cryogonal
Enemy
CryogonalTrophy3DS.png 300 G; Play Coin.png 5
NTSC This Ice-type Pokémon uses its ice-crystal chains to capture and freeze its prey to -148 degrees. In Smash Run, it drifts through the air and attacks with Ice Beam. The beam comes in two forms: one that fires in a straight line and one that curves to follow the fighters.

PAL This ice-type Pokémon uses its ice crystal chains to capture and freeze its prey to -100 degrees. In Smash Run, it drifts through the air and attacks fighters using Ice Beam. The attack comes in two forms: it will either fire in one direction, or it'll rotate as it fires. Don't let it hit you or you'll end up frozen solid!

Magnemite
Stage
MagnemiteTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
Instantly recognizable by the horseshoe magnets on either side of its body, this Magnet Pokémon uses electromagnetic waves to nullify gravity and float in midair. The sense of nostalgia it inspires has only been strengthened by the many years that have passed since its debut in the very first Pokémon games.
Zapdos
Stage
ZapdosTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
NTSC Gazing up at dark storm clouds gathering in the sky, many children must have once wondered if the Pokémon they saw in the second Pokémon movie was in the clouds. An innocent and childish dream, perhaps... but even today as adults, the sound of thunder might just bring back memories of this Legendary bird Pokémon.

PAL Gazing up at dark storm clouds gathering in the sky, many children must once have wondered if the Pokémon they just saw in the latest movie was lurking somewhere in their depths. An innocent and childish dream, perhaps...but even today as adults, the sound of thunder might just bring back memories of this Legendary Bird Pokémon.

Milotic
Stage
MiloticTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
NTSC Have you ever noticed how anyone who's seen a Milotic just can't seem to describe how beautiful it is? Words just can't do it justice. Even that says a lot about its appearance, doesn't it? If you really wanted to compliment someone, you could say "You're looking Milotic this fine day!"

PAL Have you ever noticed how anyone who's seen a Milotic just can't seem to describe how beautiful it is? Maybe words can't do it justice. We'll have to add "Milotic" to the dictionary as a brand-new word. But then...how would you define it? Maybe you'd need an illustrated dictionary...

Shaymin
Stage
ShayminTrophy3DS.png 500 G; Play Coin.png 10
NTSC When in its Land Forme, this Pokémon sports a fetching pink flower. In Sky Forme, it can take to the air with ease. This Legendary Pokémon is hard to find, but it can sense anyone with a grateful heart. This ability is where the name "Gratitude Pokémon" comes from.

PAL No wonder this Mythical Pokémon is so hard to find! In its Land Forme, it looks just like a flowery patch of grass. Good luck spotting that in a field! Shaymin has two differet forms, though, and in Sky Forme, it can fly. In both forms, Shaymin reacts to gratitude, hene its nickname: the Gratitude Pokémon.

Whimsicott
Stage
WhimsicottTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
Ever found a white ball of fluff you couldn't quite explain? That was likely the work of a Whimsicott. Slipping through the tiniest of cracks like the wind, they like to move furniture around and leave little fluff balls all over the place. Though they look like sheep, they're actually Grass types, and their fluff is more like cotton than wool.
Emolga
Stage
EmolgaTrophy3DS.png 500 G; Play Coin.png 10
If you heard someone talk about "a cute little rodent Pokémon with electric pouches in its cheeks," you'd probably think they meant Pikachu, but that description would fit Emolga, too! Much like Pikachu, Emolga is more than just a cute face. It glides down from treetops on its cape-like membranes to really shock its foes!
Reshiram
Stage
ReshiramTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
By setting its torch-like tail ablaze, this Pokémon can heat the atmosphere and change the weather. In fact, legend has it that Reshiram's flames are capable of incinerating the world itself, so perhaps the world's continued safety is a sign of its goodwill. Reshiram is said to help those who seek to build a world of truth.
Zekrom
Stage
ZekromTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
Zekrom's jet-black body contrasts sharply with the pure white of Reshiram, but the two do have some similarities: both are Legendary Pokémon said to have world- destroying powers. Zekrom's tail acts as a generator that can scorch the world with lightning, but it is said to assist those who wish to build an ideal world.
Helioptile
Stage
HelioptileTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
A very timid Pokémon that makes its home in arid deserts. The necktie-like frills on either side of its head can be stretched out to absorb sunlight, which Helioptile then uses to generate electricity. Thanks to this energy source, it can even survive without food. If your phone runs out of battery in the desert, why not ask this guy for help?
Yveltal
Stage
YveltalTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
NTSC With its wings spread wide, this Legendary Pokémon looks just like the letter Y. Since its name also starts with the same letter, it's difficult to imagine a more appropriate mascot for Pokémon Y. Apparently, when Yveltal's life comes to an end, it will absorb the life force of all living things— here's to a long and healthy life!

PAL With its wings spread wide, this Legendary Pokémon looks just like the letter Y. Since its name also starts with the same letter, it's difficult to imagine a more appropriate mascot for Pokémon Y. Apparently when Yveltal's life comes to an end, it will absorb the life force of all living things, so here's hoping it stays strong and healthy!

Prism Tower
Stage
PrismTowerTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
NTSC A notable location from Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. The Prism Tower is the symbol of Lumiose City, the metropolis at the heart of the Kalos region. In this game, platforms will take you on a tour around the tower and its surrounding areas, and at night you can marvel at the fabulous illuminations. You may see different Pokémon, as well.

PAL A notable location from Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. The Prism Tower is the symbol of Lumiose City, the metropolis at the heart of the Kalos region. In this game, platforms will take you on a tour around the tower and its surrounding areas, and at night you can marvel at the fabulous illuminations. Of course, you may run into a Pokémon, too.

Hitmonlee
Series Related
HitmonleeTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
Sometimes referred to as the Kick Master, this flexible Fighting-type Pokémon can extend each leg to nearly twice its natural length. It can often be seen rubbing its legs down after a battle. In the original Super Smash Bros., it would shout to get itself pumped up and then launch fighters directly upwards with a powerful kick.
Articuno
Series Related
ArticunoTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
NTSC The air around Articuno is always cool, and it can make snow fall on even the hottest of days. It must be the perfect Pokémon to have around in summer! Then again, do you really want to be the one to use a Legendary bird Pokémon as an ice machine? Let's just think this through for a minute.

PAL The air around Articuno is always cool, and it can make snow fall on even the hottest of days. It must be the perfect Pokémon to have around in summer! Then again, do you really want to be the one to use a Legendary Bird Pokémon as an ice machine? You'd just get the cold shoulder from the whole Pokémon community.

Pichu
Series Related
PichuTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
Professor Elm must have been shocked when he discovered a pre-evolution of Pikachu! These cute baby Pokémon often discharge electricity accidentally when something takes them by surprise. They also play together by using their tails to make sparks fly! It's cute to watch, but it's good training for battle, too.
Celebi
Series Related
CelebiTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
This Pokémon has the unique ability to travel through time to the past or future. However, the only times Celebi wants to visit are those of peace, so catching sight of Celebi in one of the beautiful forests it frequents is a good sign indeed. Perhaps it's mankind's responsibility to create the kind of time Celebi would want to visit.
Porygon-Z
Series Related
PorygonZTrophy3DS.png 500 G; Play Coin.png 10
NTSC Porygon is an artificial Pokémon created by humans. Given an Up-Grade, it becomes Porygon2. Then another mod turns it into Porygon-Z. You'd think two upgrades would make Porygon-Z the perfect Pokémon, but actually, the Dubious Disc used to make Porygon2 evolve seems to have introduced some bugs. Maybe a patch is in the works?

PAL Porygon is an artificial Pokémon created by humans. Given an Up-Grade, it becomes Porygon2. Then another mod turns it into Porygon-Z. You'd think two upgrades would make Porygon-Z the perfect Pokémon, but actually, the Dubious Disc used to make Porygon2 evolve makes it a bit glitchy. Maybe there's a patch in the works...

Audino
Series Related
AudinoTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
This Pokémon has huge ears and large feelers that look like stethoscopes. It's easy to guess what it's best at! It can pick up even the faintest of sounds perfectly with its feelers, including the heartbeats of other creatures. It can even tell how far away eggs are from hatching.
Pokémon Trainer (Pokémon X & Y) NTSC
Trainers (Pokémon X and Y) PAL
Series Related
PokemonTrainerXYTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
NTSC We suppose it's possible you've missed out up till now, so let us explain: in Pokémon, you set out from your hometown on a Pokémon journey, catching Pokémon and fighting battles with them. In Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, you reach the next town and find yourself embroiled in a tale of... No, wait—no spoilers!

PAL If you've been living under a rock for some years now, let us explain. In Pokémon, you start from your home town on your own Pokémon journey, catching Pokémon and fighting battles with them. In Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, you reach the next town and find yourself embroiled in a tale of... Well, we won't spoil it for you.

Professor Sycamore
Series Related
ProfessorSycamoreTrophy3DS.png ? G; Play Coin.png —
This charming professor is an eminent Pokémon researcher in the Kalos region. He's dedicated to solving the puzzles of Mega Evolution in Pokémon, but unlike some other busy researchers, he always makes time to keep his hair stylish and his clothes and work space tidy.

Wii U Version[edit]

Name Picture Description Trophy Box
Volt Tackle
Final Smash
VoltTackleTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Pikachu's Final Smash turns its whole body into a powerful ball of electricity that darts around at high speed, tackling opponents. While Pikachu is charging around, press the attack button to unleash powerful sparks. There's also a little ball of light that flies ahead of Pikachu itself. Use that as a guide if Pikachu seems out of control!

PAL For Pikachu's Final Smash, it surrounds itself with a ball of electricity and darts around at high speed, tackling opponents. While it's charging around, press the attack button to unleash powerful sparks. You can also use little ball of light that flies ahead of Pikachu as a guide if it seems out of control!

40. Kanto Region
Mega Evolution (Lucario)
Final Smash
MegaLucarioTrophyWiiU.png NTSC In Lucario's Final Smash, it Mega Evolves into Mega Lucario. The attacks it can use don't change, but its Aura abilities become more powerful than ever, letting it deal more damage and launch opponents farther. It can also resist being launched by other fighters, but the more attacks it takes, the sooner it will transform back.

PAL For Lucario's Final Smash, it Mega Evolves into Mega Lucario. The attacks it can use don't change, but its Aura abilities become more powerful than ever, letting it deal even more damage and launch opponents even further. It can also resist being launched by other fighters, but the more attacks it takes, the less time the Final Smash lasts.

51. Mega Evolution
Mega Evolution (Charizard)
Final Smash
MegaCharizardTrophyWiiU.png NTSC In this powerful Final Smash, Charizard Mega Evolves into Mega Charizard X and takes to the air. In this form, it can charge violently in any direction or shoot horizontal blasts of fire that launch foes. Mega Charizard X isn't invulnerable, though-in fact, taking damage will actually reduce the time you can stay transformed.

PAL For this powerful Final Smash, Charizard Mega Evolves into Mega Charizard X and takes to the air. In this form, it can charge violently in any direction and shoot horizontal blasts of fire that launch foes. Mega Charizard X isn't invulnerable, though - taking attacks will reduce the length of time it stays transformed.

51. Mega Evolution
Puff Up
Final Smash
PuffUpTrophyWiiU.png NTSC When Jigglypuff uses its Final Smash, it starts to grow bigger. And bigger. And bigger! Before you know it, Jigglypuff will have completely taken over the screen-and there's no way to make it stop. On smaller stages, fighters may find there's nowhere left to stand! At near full size, Jigglypuff will damage and launch anyone it touches.

PAL It doesn't deal a lot of damage or launch opponents a long way. No, when Jigglypuff uses its Final Smash, it gets...bigger. And bigger. And bigger. Before you know it, Jigglypuff will have completely taken over the screen - and there's no way to make it stop. On smaller stages, fighters may find there's nowhere left to stand!

39. Pokémon
Secret Ninja Attack
Final Smash
SecretNinjaAttackTrophyWiiU.png NTSC In Greninja's Final Smash, it uses its Mat Block move to flip opponents into the air. It then slices them repeatedly in front of the bright moon before smacking them back down to the ground and launching them. The initial Mat Block flip doesn't have much range, but should it hit home, the rest of the attack is unavoidable.

PAL In Greninja's Final Smash, it uses its Mat Block move to flip an opponent into the air. It then slices them repeatedly in front of the shining moon, before smacking them down to the ground so hard they get launched. The initial Mat Block flip doesn't have much range, but if it hits home, there's no evading the rest of the attack.

49. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (1)
Psystrike
Final Smash
PsystrikeTrophyWiiU.png Mewtwo's Final Smash starts as Mewtwo Mega Evolves into Mega Mewtwo Y. It then fires a huge psychic projectile that penetrates enemies and obstacles. This projectile doesn't do any damage, but it freezes every foe it hits in place. They can even be frozen midjump! Afterward, every foe hit with the projectile will take a powerful psychic hit to the head.
Substitute Doll
Fighter Related
SubstituteDollTrophyWiiU.png If it looks like a Pokémon and it gets attacked like a Pokémon, it's probably a- Oh, no, it could also be a Substitute Doll. This cute plush figure appears out of nowhere when a Pokémon uses the move Substitute. Is that a smile on its face or a grimace of determination? Only the doll knows, and it's not telling.
Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
Blastoise
Stage
BlastoiseTrophyWiiU.png NTSC On a hot summer day, it's great to cool off by playing in a sprinkler. Don't look to Blastoise as a replacement, though - those water jets on its back are extremely powerful and would send you flying. In fact, Blastoise itself is so huge so it doesn't get blown away when it fires. Speaking of fires, Blastoise is better than a fire truck at putting them out!

PAL Tempted to have a Blastoise hose the mud off your bike? Well, don't. The water jets from its rocket cannons might look perfect for that, but they'd just blast your bike into oblivion. In fact, the reason Blastoise grow so big and heavy is so they don't get blown away themselves. If your house is on fire, though, feel free to get a Blastoise to help!

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
38. Pokémon Classics
Dragonite
Stage
DragoniteTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Dragonite are known for their helpfulness toward people at sea, searching for drowning sailors or leading lost ships back to shore. This is probably why so many are quick to praise Dragonite for their kindness! In battle, though, Dragonite uses its strong body combined with quick moves. Don't worry - win or lose, it'll be friendly when the battle is over.

PAL A benevolent Pokémon said to search the ocean for drowning swimmers and guide damaged ships to shore. Because of this, many people venerate Dragonite as a guardian of the sea. In battle, on the other hand, it's a fearsome foe, soaring rapidly through the air to deliver incredible attacks. Let's be thankful it's usually friendly.

Game Boy: Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
38. Pokémon Classics
Steelix
Stage
SteelixTrophyWiiU.png NTSC With a body harder than diamond, this Pokémon is well suited to digging, using its powerful jaws to tunnel around. Steelix lives deep underground - even deeper than its pre-evolution, Onix. Was it pride that made Steelix prove itself able to go farther? It's hard to say. We tried to dig around for clues, but we got tired after only 10 feet...

PAL Being harder than diamond, Steelix can crush any rock with its jaw. It can also see in pitch darkness. Its territory lies deeper than its pre-evolution, Onix, a full 1000m below the surface. Does it consider its Onix brethren to be "below" it, even though they're higher up? It's hard to say. We may have to dig a little deeper into the matter.

Game Boy: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (10/2000)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
41. Pokémon Gold & Pokémon Silver
Scizor
Stage
ScizorTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Is that a three-headed monster?! No, wait... the left and right heads are actually claws! Creepy. Most creatures that have face-like patterns use them defensively to give themselves a chance to flee. Scizor throws that idea away and uses them to scare foes while it attacks!

PAL It may look like this Pokémon has three heads, but that's just what it wants you to think. Look closer and you'll see that two of them are actually claws. Most creatures with face-like markings use them to scare predators to give themselves a chance to run away, but Scizor seems more likely to attack while its foe is stunned!

Game Boy: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (10/2000)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
41. Pokémon Gold & Pokémon Silver
Ho-Oh
Stage
HoOhTrophyWiiU.png This Pokémon flies through the skies, trailing rainbows from its wings, and is said to promise eternal happiness to all who see it. Supposedly, it appears every once in a while in the Fire-type Elite Four Trainer's room in the Kalos Pokémon League stage. Its screams cause pillars of fire to rise all the way to the ceiling.
Game Boy: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (10/2000)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
42. Legends of Johto
Blaziken
Stage
BlazikenTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Blaziken would be the perfect star for an intense, action-packed movie. Its fiery fists pack a serious punch, and it has no problem leaping over 30-story buildings. We'd save so much on the special effects! All we need is a good name... How about Fired Up! Better yet, Fired Up 3! That way it sounds like it's already a popular series!

PAL We should make an action film starring Blaziken. With its fiery fists and ability to spring over 30-storey buildings effortlessly, we'd save a ton of money on CGI! Let's call it... Red Renegade! Or, better yet, Red Renegade 3 - then people will think it's part of a popular series!

GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
43. Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Sapphire
Wailord
Stage
WailordTrophyWiiU.png NTSC At a massive 47 feet 7 inches long, Wailord is the largest Pokémon found so far. It's as big as a five-story building! Also, Wailords can dive to almost 10,000 feet with only one breath of air. That's nearly two miles down and almost four times the height of the tallest modern buildings!

PAL With a height of 14.5 metres, Wailord is the largest Pokémon discovered thus far. 14.5 metres - that's roughly the size of a five-storey building! Also, Wailord can dive to a depth of 3,000 metres on only one breath. That's more than twice the height of Ben Nevis! Some remarkable stats for a remarkable Pokémon.

GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
43. Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Sapphire
Registeel
Stage
RegisteelTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Steel-type Pokémon's hollow body is made out of an ultra-hard metal, forged under pressure over thousands of years underground. It can appear in the Kalos Pokémon League stage, in the Elite Four's Steel-type chamber. Its Stomp attack will launch fighters on the ground, and even the giant swords mounted on the stage!

PAL This Steel-type Pokémon's hollow body is made out of an ultra-hard metal, forged under pressure over thousands of years underground. It can appear in the Kalos Pokémon League stage, in the Elite Four's Steel-type chamber. Its Stomp attack will launch fighters on the ground, and even the giant swords mounted on the stage!

GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Platinum (03/2009)
43. Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Sapphire
Rayquaza
Stage
RayquazaTrophyWiiU.png This Dragon- and Flying-type Pokémon usually dwells high in the ozone layer, so it can't be seen from the ground. In the Kalos Pokémon League stage, it occasionally flies at great speed through the Elite Four's Dragon-type chamber, where any fighters in its path will be damaged and launched with great force.
GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver (03/2010)
44. Legends of Hoenn
Infernape
Stage
InfernapeTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Infernape's flames burn like a raging inferno - that's probably how it got its name. The fire on its head never goes out, and the flames on its hands and feet, combined with its unique skills, make Infernape look like it's performing some kind of elaborate fire dance when it fights.

PAL Doesn't the name just conjure up images of this fair creature living a peaceful life in a forest of ferns? You know, In-fern-ape. ...What, you think it's actually to do with "inferno"? Hmm... Well, maybe... Anyway, it has a crown of fire that never goes out, and combines flames and fighting in a way that looks like some kind of fire dance.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Platinum (03/2009)
45. Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl
Piplup
Stage
PiplupTrophyWiiU.png You wouldn't think it from its adorable exterior, but this Pokémon is very proud and often won't listen to its Trainer. When it walks on land, it waddles and even falls over sometimes, all in a suitably cute way, but once it's in the water you'll see its true potential. It's a skilled swimmer and can dive for over ten minutes at a time to hunt.
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Platinum (03/2009)
45. Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl
Garchomp
Stage
GarchompTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Garchomp looks like a plane's engines mixed with a hammerhead shark. There's something about it that we just find so appealing - we have to get one! Garchomp is capable of folding up its body and spreading its wings, letting it move at Mach speed! Garchompite will Mega Evolve Garchomp into Mega Garchomp, increasing its power even more!

PAL There's something about Garchomp that appeals to the kid in all of us. It's basically a mach-speed flying dinosaur with spikes. What's not to love? When it folds up its body and extends its wings for flight, you might mistake it for a jet plane. And with a little Garchompite, it can Mega Evolve for extra firepower!

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
45. Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl
Manaphy
Stage
ManaphyTrophyWiiU.png This Water-type Pokémon is said to have the mysterious ability to bond with any other Pokémon. It's also said to appear occasionally in the Water-type Elite Four Trainer's room in the Kalos Pokémon League stage. When it appears, it'll use its Whirlpool move to drag fighters into the centre of the swirling waters.
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver (03/2010)
46. Legends of Sinnoh
Tepig
Stage
TepigTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Tepig, the Fire Pig Pokémon. Instead of breathing fire from its mouth or ears, Tepig does so from its nostrils. Powerful in battle, Tepig's fire is also great for roasting berries, though it can get carried away and char them. Even as clumsy as it can be, who could possibly resist such a cute Pokémon?

PAL Tepig is a Fire Pig Pokémon. It blows fire through...its mouth? Nope... Its ears? That's not right either... Oh, of course - its nose! That skill's not just handy in battle - it also lets Tepig roast its favourite food, berries! Sadly, it sometimes gets a little too excited about the idea and accidentally burns them to a crisp. Ahh, Tepig, you're too adorable!

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 (10/2012)
47. Pokémon Black & Pokémon White
Klinklang
Stage
KlinklangTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Pokémon evolves in the following order: Klink, Klang, and finally Klinklang. I wonder what it would be called if it evolved again... Klinklangklung? The noise from that Pokémon would be unbearable! Anyway, Klinklang's small, red center gear will spin at high speeds when it's charging up energy.

PAL From Kling to Klang to Klinklang, this Pokémon gets noisier with each evolution! It has a nice ring to it, though. Maybe all Pokémon should be named this way! Abra, Kadabra, Abrakadabra? Gible, Gabite...Gigabite? Err...Moving on! When it charges up energy, Klinklang spins the small cog with the red core at very high speeds.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
47. Pokémon Black & Pokémon White
Axew
Stage
AxewTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Axew may look like it's brought its dinner with it, but those things in its mouth are actually tusks! It can mark its territory with them or crush berries for a tasty meal. All that wear and tear on them can sometimes break them off, but don't worry! If Axew loses a tusk, it'll grow back quickly and even stronger than before.

PAL No, that's not some delicious snack poking out either side of its mouth - those are tusks. Axew uses them to break through the hard outer shells of its favourite fruits and to carve territorial markings on trees. Occasionally, its tusks can break, but they just grow back stronger than before.

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
47. Pokémon Black & Pokémon White
Hydreigon
Stage
HydreigonTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Unlike Scizor with its pretend heads, Hydreigon's three heads are real! The center head is the brains of the operation, while the left and right ones are there to consume everything they can. We wouldn't be surprised to see Hydreigon at an eating contest, but there has to be a rule against having three mouths on one body...?

PAL Unlike Scizor's head-like claws, the heads at the end of Hydreigon's arms are the real deal. Only the head in the middle does any thinking - the other two are just for gobbling up anything in sight. If you think about it, Hydreigon would probably win any eating contest hands down, but... maybe having three mouths is against the rules...

DSTitle.png: Pokémon Black and Pokémon White (03/2011)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
47. Pokémon Black & Pokémon White
Pyroar
Stage
PyroarTrophyWiiU.png NTSC The cute Litleo with a red tuft of fur evolves into the majestic-looking Pyroar. Male Pyroar have huge, fiery manes. In the wild, the male with the largest mane of fire becomes the leader. Female Pyroar have long manes and will fiercely protect the pride's cubs.

PAL Litleo, that adorable little Pokémon with a red tuft of fur, evolves into the majestic Pyroar. Males have huge fiery manes, and the one has the biggest mane is the leader of the pride. Females, on the other hand, have long, flowing manes and play the vital role of protecting the pride's cubs.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
50. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (2)
Honedge
Stage
HonedgeTrophyWiiU.png NTSC The origin of this Pokémon is a great ghost tale: it's said that Honedge are ancient swords possessed by a departed spirit. Should people try to grab the sword, Honedge will attack them or wrap its sash around their arm, slowly draining the life energy from their body. Moral of the story: be careful around ancient swords.

PAL There's a rather spooky tale behind this Pokémon's origins: apparently, it's an ancient sword possessed by a departed spirit. Honedge won't let anyone grip its hilt. If they try, it will attack them or wrap its sash around their arm and drain the life energy from their body! Yikes!

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
50. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (2)
Clawitzer
Stage
ClawitzerTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Clawitzer's right claw is so massive, we wouldn't be surprised if you thought it was this Pokémon's actual body. The name Howitzer Pokémon is no accident - it can pierce the hull of a ship with the watery cannonballs it fires. Unless you've got a water gun that can match that, we'd suggest skipping the water fight with this one.

PAL Clawitzer's right claw is so enormous, you might mistake that for its body. As implied by the fact that it's the Howitzer Pokémon, that giant claw launches cannonballs (albeit water ones) with terrifying force. If you come at it with a water pistol, you'll find yourself more than a little outmatched. Clawitzer's blasts can pierce tanker hulls!

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
50. Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (2)
Mega Kangaskhan
Series Related
MegaKangaskhanTrophyWiiU.png NTSC What happens when Kangaskhan, the Parent Pokémon, Mega Evolves? The baby in its pouch jumps out and joins in the battle! All grown up, that baby is ready to protect its mother! "It's just a baby!" you might say, but look into those eyes - there is a ferocity there that will be tough to beat. Here comes a one-two combo from mom and baby!

PAL You may feel underwhelmed the first time you see the Parent Pokémon Mega Evolve. "What, the kid just jumped out of the pouch? Is that it?" But take a closer look at its face - the child's brimming with a fierce determination to protect its mother. With this brave new partner, Mega Kangaskhan gains the ability to attack twice in one turn!

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
51. Mega Evolution
Mega Mewtwo X & Y
Series Related
MegaMewtwoTrophyWiiU.png NTSC It's almost no surprise that a Pokémon as powerful as Mewtwo wouldn't be limited to a single Mega Evolution. Mega Mewtwo X has strong arms and legs, while Mega Mewtwo Y has a whiplike, slender head. The differences aren't just physical - X brings improved fighting power, while Y can unleash even more psychic power.

PAL Mega Mewtwo comes in two forms rather than just one. Mega Mewtwo X has visibly strengthened limbs, which greatly boost its physical abilities in battle. Mega Mewtwo Y, on the other hand, has a whip-like tendril extending from the back of its head, which augments its psychic powers.

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
51. Mega Evolution
Raikou
Series Related
RaikouTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Was that a bolt of lightning flashing by, on the ground instead of the air? Then it could have been Raikou. A rumble of thunder in the distance, but not a cloud in the sky? Sounds like Raikou's roar to us. It is said that this wild Pokémon perished in the Johto region once, but Ho-Oh was so filled with sorrow at the loss that Raikou was resurrected.

PAL If you see a bolt of lightning flash across the ground instead of from the sky, you may have just caught a glimpse of Raikou. And if you hear a peal of thunder that lasts longer than it should, that may be Raikou's roar. It's said that this wild yet majestic Pokémon once perished in the Johto region, but Ho-Oh, filled with sorrow, resurrected it.

Game Boy: Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver (10/2000)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
42. Legends of Johto
Mega Blaziken
Series Related
MegaBlazikenTrophyWiiU.png NTSC If you find yourself in possession of a Blazikenite, you can use it to Mega Evolve Blaziken into Mega Blaziken. This Pokémon is clearly ready for a fight. This Mega Evolution has polished its attacks and is awaiting a worthy opponent. The Blaze Kick it can unleash will leave its foes charred. Mega Blaziken has what it takes to become a fighting champ!

PAL If you're lucky enough to get your hands on a rare Blazikenite stone, your Blaziken can Mega Evolve into this magnificent Pokémon. Ablaze with fighting spirit, Mega Blaziken has honed its skills to the highest possible degree. With its Blaze Kick, it can deliver a fierce impact that will leave opponents charred!

Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
51. Mega Evolution
Groudon
Series Related
GroudonTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Groudon is called the Continent Pokémon, and that's not just because it lives on them. Legend has it that Groudon actually created the continents. It has a rivalry with Kyogre, said to have created the oceans, and they apparently had an epic battle long ago. Perhaps our world was born from this great battle between land and sea.

PAL Groudon is called the Continent Pokémon, and that's not just because it lives on them. Legend has it that Groudon actually created the continents. It has a rivalry with Kyogre, said to have created the oceans, and they apparently had an epic battle long ago. Perhaps it was this battle of land and sea that created the world as we know it.

GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire (10/2014)
44. Legends of Hoenn
Jirachi
Series Related
JirachiTrophyWiiU.png Since Jirachi is only awake for seven days every one thousand years, it's an even bigger sleeper than Snorlax! It can't just be sleeping the whole time, though. It's probably hard at work deep in the land of dreams, strengthening its ability to grant people's wishes. If it detects danger while asleep, it can fight without even waking up!
GB Advance: Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire (03/2003)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
44. Legends of Hoenn
Dialga
Series Related
DialgaTrophyWiiU.png The concept of time has always been one of the world's great mysteries, but Dialga might hold the answer. Legend has it that Dialga's birth caused time to begin moving! It's no surprise that the people of Sinnoh see this Pokémon as a deity. If you're ever running late, maybe you could ask Dialga to do you a favour and turn back the clock.
DSTitle.png: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl (04/2007)
Nintendo 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y (10/2013)
46. Legends of Sinnoh

Notes[edit]

  • Upon Mewtwo being released as a playable character, it received trophies that match the format of other fighters: a Classic trophy matching its official artwork, an Alt. trophy depicting an alternate costume, and a Final Smash trophy in the Wii U version. The existing Mewtwo trophy is unaffected.

Trivia[edit]

  • On the NTSC-U 3DS version of the trophy, Snivy's trophy misspells Onix as "Onyx". This is corrected in the PAL version.
  • In the Italian version of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Axew's first appearance is erroneously attributed to Pokémon Diamond and Pearl.
  • Spewpa's trophy is a reverse version of it's official artwork, and it is the only Pokémon to have this distinction.


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