List of SSB4 trophies (Star Fox series)

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This article is about Star Fox trophies in Super Smash Bros. 4. For Star Fox trophies in Brawl, see here and for Star Fox trophies in Melee, see here. For other lists of trophies, see List of trophies (disambiguation).

Both Versions[edit]

Name Picture Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Picture Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Description Trophy Box
Fox
Fighter
FoxTrophy3DS.png FoxTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Fox is the leader of the mercenary unit Star Fox, often enlisted to defeat the evil Andross. His piloting skills are top notch, but in Smash Bros. he brings speed and fast attacks to the battle. His Reflector move allows him to turn projectile attacks against his foes, increasing their power for a punishing blow.

PAL Leader of the Star Fox team, Fox is a skilled pilot with a strong sense of justice. In this game, he's quick on his feet and can use his speed to toy with opponents, attacking relentlessly and giving them no room to breathe. Even if they try to attack him from afar with projectiles, his Reflector move just sends them flying right back!

SNES: Star Fox (03/1993)
N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
37. Star Fox
Fox (Alt.)
Fighter
FoxAltTrophy3DS.png FoxAltTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Fox is at home in the air, and many of his moves, like his up smash, Flip Kick, will send foes up there. It's great for KO'ing a damaged opponent. Another handy move is his up special Fire Fox. The flames that surround Fox deal damage to nearby foes, and you can launch yourself in any direction once charged.

PAL The Flip Kick that Fox does for his upward smash can really send foes flying. It's well worth pulling out this attack in combos against airborne opponents. Try following it up with his red-hot Fire Fox special to hammer them repeatedly. The fact that you can fly in any direction with this move is a real bonus too!

SNES: Star Fox (03/1993)
N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
Falco
Fighter
FalcoTrophy3DS.png FalcoTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A talented pilot and part of the Star Fox team, Falco can be a bit rough around the edges. He once led his own galactic gang before joining up with Fox. In Smash Bros., his ability to jump high and deal damage in the air makes him a powerful threat, and his thrown Reflector can catch foes by surprise.

PAL Ex-gang leader, ace pilot and comrade of Fox, Falco Lombardi might play it cool, but he's burning with passion on the inside. In this game, he excels at jumping and aerial combat, and the way his Reflector move flies forwards can catch foes off guard. Add to that his balanced array of attacks, and it's clear that Falco's a real threat.

SNES: Star Fox (03/1993)
N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
37. Star Fox
Falco (Alt.)
Fighter
FalcoAltTrophy3DS.png FalcoAltTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Falco's Blaster looks identical to Fox's at first, but actually it's quite different! The beams Falco fires deal more damage and cause the victim to flinch, but at a slower rate of fire. Considering Falco's lineage, it's not all that surprising that he can fire faster while airborne.

PAL Falco's Blaster looks identical to Fox's at first glance, but they are actually quite different. Most notably, Falco's version causes enemies to flinch, which can be invaluable when warding off approaching foes. It also deals more damage and has a slower fire rate - though its fire rate actually increases when used in mid-air.

SNES: Star Fox (03/1993)
N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
Smart Bomb
Item
SmartBombTrophy3DS.png SmartBombTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Attack or throw this bomb if you want to make a big impact on the battle. The explosion just grows and grows, and despite the "smart" name, this bomb will hurt the thrower too! Sometimes you may throw what turns out to be a dud, but don't go hitting it in anger—it'll still go off in your face!

PAL Throw or hit this to set off a devastating explosion. The blast radius is so wide that your foe will have almost nowhere to run. Unfortunately, the same goes for you, so move fast! Sometimes they don't explode when you throw them, but if you hit them - even by accident - they definitely will!

SNES: Star Fox (03/1993)
N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
Andross
Assist Trophy
AndrossTrophy3DS.png AndrossTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A gifted scientist who worked for the Cornerian Defense Force. Banished to the planet Venom for his extreme research methods, he attacked the Lylat System to exact revenge but was defeated by Star Fox. When summoned, he will aid you in battle by spewing polygon slabs from his mouth.

PAL Ex-scientist for the Cornerian Army, he was banished to the planet Venom because of his extreme research methods. His plan to conquer the Lylat system was thwarted by the heroic Star Fox team. When unleashed in this game, he hovers in the background, launching polygons at the fighters.

SNES: Star Fox (03/1993)
N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
37. Star Fox
Peppy Hare
Series Related
PeppyTrophy3DS.png PeppyTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A former army officer who's since become a navigator. The instructions he transmits to Fox and co. have proven invaluable time and again. Peppy was part of the team when it was led by Fox's late father, James, and Peppy supported Fox when he took over leadership of Star Fox. Perhaps he knew this was James's last wish.

PAL A former army officer, now a navigator. The instructions he sends Fox and friends from his cockpit have proven invaluable time and again. Peppy was part of the team when it was led by Fox's late father, James, and it was Peppy who named the young Fox as the new leader. Perhaps he knew this was his friend's last wish.

SNES: Star Fox (03/1993)
N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
37. Star Fox
Slippy Toad
Series Related
SlippyTrophy3DS.png SlippyTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This mechanic is a valued team member, analyzing enemy shields and spotting mines. That might seem like a job for a calm, cool soldier, but Slippy's more of the frantic, panicky type. This behavior only annoys the Star Wolf team...right? He and Fox are old classmates and good friends.

PAL This mechanic is a valued team member, and has a knack for analysing shields and spotting mines. That might seem like a job for a calm, cool soldier, but Slippy's exactly the opposite. The Star Wolf team finds him a bit grating, but nobody else thinks that... Right? He graduated from the same school as Fox, and those two are close friends.

SNES: Star Fox (03/1993)
N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
37. Star Fox
Wolf O'Donnell
Series Related
WolfTrophy3DS.png WolfTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Wolf used to fight in Andross's army, tangling with Star Fox in battle after battle. After Andross's exile, he went his own way and formed a mercenary team called Star Wolf. He and his eternal rival, Fox, have even fought on the same side from time to time...but inevitably, they always meet again as enemies.

PAL Wolf used to fight in Andross's army, where he tangled with Star Fox in many a dogfight. After Andross's exile, he went his own way and formed a mercenary team called Star Wolf. He and his eternal rival Fox have even fought on the same side from time to time...but inevitably, they always meet again as enemies.

N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
35. Star Wolf
Leon Powalski
Series Related
LeonTrophy3DS.png LeonTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Star Wolf's resident sniper. When he finds his mark, he takes them out with—what else?—his long chameleon tongue! ...OK, you got us; he uses a rifle. Maybe. We haven't watched him do it. Anyway, he's a merciless foe you don't want to cross, but if he's with you, he'll never let you down. He's Wolf's most trusted ally.

PAL Star Wolf's resident sniper. When he finds his mark, he takes them out with - what else? - his long chameleon tongue! OK, just kidding. He uses a rifle. Probably. We haven't watched him do it. Anyway, he's a merciless foe you don't want to cross, but if he's with you, he'll never let you down. He's Wolf's most trusted ally.

N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
35. Star Wolf
Pigma Dengar
Series Related
PigmaTrophy3DS.png PigmaTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Pigma is many things. He's a traitor who betrayed Star Fox and then convinced Wolf to form his own mercenary team, Star Wolf. He's greedy and cowardly, and eventually Wolf kicked him out of the team. He's also got some good traits, though! Like...um... How about...? No, that isn't...

PAL Pigma is many things. He's a traitor who betrayed Star Fox, then convinced Wolf to form his own mercenary team, Star Wolf. He's greedy and cowardly, and it's this characteristic greed that later made Wolf angry enough to kick him out of the team. But he's also got some good points! Er, somewhere...maybe...

N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
35. Star Wolf
Andrew Oikonny
Series Related
AndrewTrophy3DS.png AndrewTrophyWiiU.png NTSC A former member of mercenary Wolf O'Donnell's commando unit, Star Wolf. As Andross's nephew, he's not shy about throwing his weight around despite being an inexperienced pilot. This chilled his relationship with the rest of the team, and eventually they gave him the boot.

PAL A former member of mercenary Wolf O'Donnell's commando unit, Star Wolf. He's Andross's nephew, and because of that he likes to throw his weight around, despite being an inexperienced pilot. This made for frosty relations with the rest of the team, and they ultimately kicked him out.

N64: Star Fox 64 (07/1997)
GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
35. Star Wolf
Krystal
Series Related
KrystalTrophy3DS.png KrystalTrophyWiiU.png NTSC As befitting her name, Krystal was once imprisoned in a giant crystal. After rescuing her, Fox welcomed her into the team, where her telepathic abilities proved invaluable. She and Fox also became romantically involved. Did her telepathic powers help or hinder that relationship?

PAL As befitting her name, Krystal was once imprisoned in a giant crystal. After rescuing her, Fox welcomed her into the team, where her telepathic abilities proved invaluable. She and Fox also became romantically involved. We can't help but wonder if extrasensory perception helps or hinders a relationship!

GameCube: Star Fox Adventures (09/2002)
GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
Panther Caroso
Series Related
PantherTrophy3DS.png PantherTrophyWiiU.png NTSC This Star Wolf pilot's flying skills are as stunning as you'd expect, but the cheesy lines are what you'll really remember. He's constantly flirting with women, and the rose he holds adds an extra touch of swagger. His feelings for Krystal seem genuine, but who knows where that will lead.

PAL This Star Wolf pilot's flying skills are as stunning as you'd expect, but the cheesy lines he sprouts are what will really leave you reeling. He's constantly flirting with women, and the rose he holds adds an extra touch of self-important swagger. His feelings for Krystal do seem genuine, but who knows if it'll ever amount to anything?

GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
Nintendo DS: Star Fox Command (08/2006)
35. Star Wolf

3DS Version[edit]

Name Picture Description
Arwing
Stage
ArwingTrophy3DS.png NTSC The pride and joy of the Star Fox team—it gets its name from the distinct "A" shape. The adjustable wings give this ship remarkable mobility in all kinds of situations; considering all the dangerous places the Star Fox team goes, you never know when a well-timed barrel roll will save the day.

PAL These fighter crafts are the pride and joy of the Star Fox team. Their name derives from their shape, which is like the letter A, and their wings, which can open and close, giving them impressive mobility in all kinds of situations. There's no Mr Arwing out there that they're named after! So don't expect him to turn up in a Star Fox game.

Great Fox
Stage
GreatFoxTrophy3DS.png NTSC The Great Fox falls into several different starship categories, but we'll spare you the complicated jargon and just call it an assault carrier. Using three plasma engines for smooth warp travel, this ship is essential to the resupplying, maintenance, and recuperation of the Star Fox team.

PAL The Great Fox can be described as an assault carrier, or as any number of other jargon-heavy terms too complicated to list here. Its three plasma engines allow for smooth warp travel between star systems. It's also an essential supply and maintenance dock for the team, giving them a place to recuperate between fights.

Wolfen
Stage
WolfenTrophy3DS.png Star Wolf's all-range fighters were designed by an evil scientist (Andross) and a truly shameless mechanic (Pigma). Still, leaving aside the designers' personal qualities, the Wolfen's performance and careful design make it truly stand out. In fact, its turning ability and high-gravity resistance surpass even the Arwing.
General Pepper
Series Related
GeneralPepperTrophy3DS.png The Cornerian army's general has a cute and cuddly demeanor—one the members of Star Fox know very well. His gentle nature might have even been his downfall when he let Andross slip by and invade. Still, what do a few mistakes matter when he's got Star Fox to help him save face? Later, Peppy takes his place as general.
ROB 64
Series Related
ROB64Trophy3DS.png NTSC A robot who assists the Star Fox team, though with statements like "zero percent possibility of success," he's definitely not the team's morale officer. His frank analysis does help the team hone their plans, and with support from him and Peppy, the pilots can stay focused on the fighting.

PAL A robot that assists the Star Fox team. Sometimes he says rather blunt and depressing things about how they have a "zero percent possibility of success", but it only helps them hone their plans based on his expert analysis. With support from him and Peppy, the pilots can keep their minds on the action.

James McCloud
Series Related
JamesMcCloudTrophy3DS.png NTSC Fox's father and the founder of Star Fox. He was betrayed by Pigma Dengar while scouting the planet Venom. James died a hero, caught in Andross's clutches. The F-Zero series also has a racer named James McCloud (also with dashing shades!), but Fox McCloud's dad isn't related to that human.

PAL Fox's father and the founder of Star Fox/ He was betrayed by Pigma Dengar while on a scouting mission to Venom. James died a hero, caught in Andross's clutches. The F-Zero series has a racer of the same name (with suitably dashing sunglasses to boot), but that James McCloud is certainly not of the fox persuasion.

Andross (True Form)
Series Related
AndrossOrganicTrophy3DS.png NTSC The true final boss of Star Fox 64, Andross has turned himself into a bioweapon. His face and hands have exploded, revealing a giant brain with eyes that move independently and fire laser beams. When he goes down, he'll self-destruct and try to take Fox with him!

PAL The true final boss of Lylat Wars is a form where Andross has turned himself into a bioweapon. His face and hands explode, revealing a giant brain with eyes that move independently like tentacles and fire laser beams. When he's beaten in this form, he self-destructs and tries to take Fox with him.

Wii U Version[edit]

Name Picture Description Trophy Box
Landmaster (Fox)
Final Smash
LandmasterFoxTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Originally designed for exploration, the Landmaster in Fox's Final Smash has been converted into an ultra-high-performance, anti-air, rolling combat vehicle. When Fox hops aboard, he can drive or roll into foes and blast them with cannon fire. It can even fire in midair. And best of all, Fox is safe from damage inside this metal beast!

PAL Originally designed for exploration, the Landmaster in Fox's Final Smash has been converted into an ultra-high-performance, anti-air, rolling combat vehicle. When Fox gets on board, he can drive or roll into foes and blast them with cannon fire. It can even fire in mid-air. And best of all, Fox won't take any damage while inside!

37. Star Fox
Landmaster (Falco)
Final Smash
LandmasterFalcoTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Falco jumps aboard his landmaster for his Final Smash, This powerful combat vehicle sports an explosive cannon and a heavily armored exterior. Falco can blast other fighters or simply drive into them with his tank. This landmaster also flies higher than Fox's, letting Falco give his rivals a pick-me-up...off the stage!

PAL With immense firepower and tough armour, the Landmaster makes for a mighty Final Smash. Falco can use this fine combat vehicle to run down and roll into rivals, as well as inundate them with cannon blasts. His Landmaster can hover a bit higher than Fox's making it easier to pick rivals up and give them a nice comfy ride off the stage!

37. Star Fox
Arwing (Assault)
Stage
ArwingTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Star Fox's fighter crafts have the ability to regulate gravity, allowing them to adapt to all kinds of space environments, and have been tuned up to give them superb offensive performance. Mass-produced Arwings appear in Star Fox: Assault, but many get taken over by the invaders, forcing the Star Fox team to shoot them down.

PAL Star Fox's fighter crafts have the ability to regulate gravity, allowing them to adapt to all kinds of space environments, and have been tuned up to make their offensive performance top-class. Mass-produced Arwings appear in Star Fox: Assault, but many get taken over by the invaders, forcing Star Fox to shoot them down.

GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
36. Star Fox: Assault
Great Fox (Assault)
Stage
GreatFoxTrophyWiiU.png NTSC The Great Fox can be described as an assault carrier, or we should use any number of other jargon-heavy terms too complicated to list here (or remember). It's the Star Fox HQ and hold their Arwings, Landmasters, and more. Fox's father, James McCloud was the one who has built, and in Star Fox: Assault, it was fully renovated to give it a slick new look.

PAL The Great Fox can be described as an assault carrier, or as any number of other jargon-heavy terms too complicated to list here. It's the Star Fox HQ, and holds their Arwings, Landmasters and more. Fox's father, James McCloud, was the one who had it built, and in Star Fox: Assault, it was fully renovated to give it a slick new look.

GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
36. Star Fox: Assault
Orbital Gate
Stage
OrbitalGateTrophyWiiU.png NTSC The site of a battle in Star Fox: Assault. After locating the enemy homeworld, the Star Fox team was standing by at the Orbital Gate to begin the final attack, but the Aparoids suddenly mounted an offensive of their own! In the Smash Bros. stage, you fight atop the Arwings and enemy missiles as they battle it out.

PAL The site of a battle in Star Fox: Assault. After locating the enemy homeworld, the Star Fox team were standing by at the Orbital Gate to begin the final offensive, but the Aparoids suddenly mounted an offensive on the gate itself. In the Smash Bros. stage, you fight atop the Arwings and enemy missiles as the battle rages on.

GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
36. Star Fox: Assault
Tricky
Series Related
TrickyTrophyWiiU.png NTSC When General Scales removes the four SpellStones from their rightful place, Dinosaur Planet literally starts falling apart. Fox goes to investigate, and rescues Tricky, the planet's reigning prince, from the SharpClaw Tribe. Together they go on a quest to restore Dinosaur Planet to its former state.

PAL When General Scales removes the four SpellStones from their rightful place, Dinosaur Planet literally starts falling apart. Fox goes to investigate, and in the process he rescues Tricky, the planet's reigning prince, from the SharpClaw Tribe. Together they go on a quest to restore Dinosaur Planet to its former state.

GameCube: Star Fox Adventures (09/2002)
GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
Fox (Assault)
Series Related
FoxAssaultTrophyWiiU.png When Andrew Oikonny and the remnants of his uncle Andross's army use guerilla tactics to stage a rebellion, the Cornerian forces find themselves under a lot of pressure. Fox and his unit arrive to save the day, only to encounter an even greater threat. Can Fox handle the incoming assault from this mysterious new foe?
GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
36. Star Fox: Assault
Falco (Assault)
Series Related
FalcoAssaultTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Falco, the ace pilot on the Star Fox team, and Fox set out to deal with Oikonny's rebel army. However, they were shocked by something completely unexpected! Was it Oikonny's amazing, unmatched fighting prowess? Pfft! As if! They were surprised by a sudden attack by hive-minded alien invaders!

PAL Star Fox's ace pilot. He and Fox go to deal with Oikonny's rebel army, only to see something incredibly unexpected - the battle between the Cornerian forces and the rebel army gets interrupted. Good news, right? Nope! It's interrupted by a surprise invasion of countless life forms operating with a single consciousness. Yikes!

GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
36. Star Fox: Assault
Wolfen (Assault)
Series Related
WolfenTrophyWiiU.png NTSC These all-range fighter are Star Wolf's pride and joy. They're considered to be on the same level as Star Fox's Arwings-maybe even better because of having two pairs of Gravity Blades. In Star Fox: Assault, you can actually earn a chance to fly a Wolfen yourself. Why not try out and see which is better?

PAL These all-range fighter are Star Wolf's pride and joy. They're considered to be on the same level as Star Fox's Arwings - maybe even better due to having two pairs of gravity-regulating Gravity Blades. In Star Fox: Assault, you can actually earn a chance to fly a Wolfen yourself. Why not try out and see which is better?

GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
36. Star Fox: Assault
Aparoid (Fortuna)
Series Related
AparoidTrophyWiiU.png NTSC The boss from the first mission in Star Fox: Assault. This aparoid shows up while Oikonny is singing his own praises, easily knocking Andross's nephew out of the sky. This same creature, its wings making it resemble a butterfly, apparently attacked a Cornerian fleet 17 years earlier.

PAL While Fox and Oikonny are busy having a long-fated showdown in the first mission of Star Fox: Assault, this metallic moth-like foe known as an aparoid interrupts, taking out Oikonny in no time flat. Apparently, the same foe also destroyed an entire fleet on its own 17 years earlier. Luckily, Fox is able to expose its weakness and beat it.

GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
36. Star Fox: Assault
Aparoid Queen
Series Related
AparoidQueenTrophyWiiU.png NTSC The final boss of Star Fox: Assault. Aparoids are a race of alien life-forms with metallic and mechanical features, and the queen is the core that commands them all. In order to bring the universe and everything in it under control, she sends countless insectoid servants to invade the Lylat system.

PAL The final boss of Star Fox: Assault. Aparoids are a race of alien life forms with metallic and mechanical features, and the Queen is the core that controls them all. In order to bring the universe and everything in it under her control, she sends countless insectoid servants to invade the Lylat system Fox calls home.

GameCube: Star Fox: Assault (02/2005)
36. Star Fox: Assault

Trivia[edit]

  • Fox's alternate trophy in the Wii U version resembles his All-Star trophy in Melee including his green costume.
  • Falco's alternate trophy in the 3DS version resembles his All-Star trophy in Melee.
  • Despite being part of the Orbital Gate Assault smash taunt, the ROB 64 trophy is only exclusive to the 3DS version.