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List of SSBB trophies (Fire Emblem series)

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This article is about Fire Emblem trophies in Brawl. For Fire Emblem trophies in Melee, see here. For links to all trophies, see List of trophies.

The following is a list of the nine trophies from the Fire Emblem series that appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Four are unlocked by completing Classic Mode and All-Star Mode with Marth and Ike; one is unlocked by successfully performing a specific Challenge and the rest are available through all the means of collecting random trophies, including Coin Launcher:

Name How to Unlock Picture Description
Ike Clear Classic Mode as Ike Ike trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. A member of Crimea's top fighting force, the Greil Mercenaries. He's a man of few words whose blunt manner gives the impression that he's uncaring, but he's actually a passionate hero. He was crucial to the reconstruction of Crimea. In Radiant Dawn, he continues to show his deep sense of honor and leads the Greil Mercenaries to the aid of the Laguz Alliance.
GameCube: Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Wii: Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Great Aether Clear All-Star Mode as Ike Great Aether trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Ike's Final Smash—a powered-up version of his signature move, Aether. Ike faces a foe and swings his sword up for a hit, then tosses his sword into the air, performs multiple nasty strikes, and finally unleashes a mighty overhand blow to send his opponent plummeting down. It's a very impressive sight, but if Ike misses with the first upward swing, he can't use the move.
Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Marth Clear Classic Mode as Marth Marth trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The prince of Altea, in whose veins the blood of heroes runs. He and a small group of stalwarts fought to free Altea after it was invaded by the kingdom of Doluna and the dark dragon, Medeus. With his divine sword, Falchion, he fought and defeated Medeus. However, Altea was then invaded by King Hardin of Akaneia and eventually destroyed.
NES: Fire Emblem (Japan Only)
Critical Hit Clear All-Star Mode as Marth Critical Hit trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Marth's Final Smash. He thrusts his sword skyward, then rushes to meet his targeted enemy with furious speed. The blow he strikes is so powerful that his foe is instantly launched off the screen. As in Fire Emblem, a window appears that shows the character's hit points dropping rapidly to zero—but this is just for effect. Smash Bros. does not use a hit-point system.
Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Lyn Random Lyn trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. An 18-year-old nomadic girl. Lyn is a strong-willed youth whose skill with the blade draws many admirers. Lyn sets out on her quest to become a master swordsman after coming to the aid of a fallen traveler. She soon learns she's a living member of the nobility of Lycia, a neighboring country. Soon she's involved in a violent dispute over the ascension of the Caelin throne.
GB Advance: Fire Emblem
Ashnard Clear Target Smash Level 3 with 10 characters Ashnard trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The 13th king of Daein, feared across the land as the "Mad King." He ignited a continent-wide war after attacking the neighboring kingdom of Crimea. Aiming to free the dark goddess locked inside Lehran's Medallion, he is stopped and defeated by Crimean forces. Ashnard's armor is blessed by the goddess, like the Black Knight's, and he uses the sword Gurugant[sic].
GameCube: Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Elincia Random Elincia trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The queen of Crimea, a kingdom ruled by the wise beorc race. With deep pride and consideration for her people, Elincia rules justly, having taken the crown three years prior after winning the war against Daein. However, there are rumblings of discontent among Crimean nobles that threaten her kingdom. Elincia wields the mighty sword Amiti, passed down by Crimean royalty.
GameCube: Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Wii: Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Black Knight Random Black Knight trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. One of Daein's Four Riders and wielder of the blessed sword Alondite. Once an apprentice to Ike's father, Greil, the two eventually duel, resulting in Greil's defeat. Thought to be dead after losing to Ike and the blessed sword Ragnell, the Black Knight survives and comes to the aid of Micaiah, the leader of the Dawn Brigade, a band of Daein freedom fighters.
GameCube: Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Wii: Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Sothe Random Sothe trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. A skilled swordsman, thief, and member of the Dawn Brigade, a band of freedom fighters operating out of the old Daein capital, Nevassa. Although not related to Micaiah, the light-magic-dealing leader of the Dawn Brigade, he was raised like a brother and considers her safety his top priority. He grows from boy to young man between "Path of Radiance" and "Radiant Dawn."
GameCube: Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Wii: Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn


  • Marth's trophy description states that Akaneia (Archanea in North America) destroyed Altea, when in actuality, Akaneia merely controlled Altea for a period of time and is reclaimed by Marth near the end of Mystery of the Emblem.
    • This is a similar case to Marth's Classic Mode trophy in Melee, where the same thing happens.
  • In the Japanese version, Marth's other game appearance was listed as Fire Emblem: Monsho no Nazo (Translated as Mystery of the Emblem). In western releases, he has no other game appearance listed.
  • The NTSC version of the Lyn trophy says that she is fifteen years old. This is true for the Japanese series, but in the English localisation, her age was increased to eighteen. This was corrected for the PAL release of Brawl.
  • On the Black Knight trophy, the NTSC version's description says that he is the "wielder of the blessed sword Ettard", when the blade is only called such in the Japanese version of his origin game; in America, Ettard was renamed Alondite. This has also been fixed in the PAL version.
  • The Ashnard trophy says that he wields the sword "Gurugant". This is a typo - the correct spelling is "Gurgurant".
  • The Sothe trophy states that he is a swordsman - this is untrue, as Sothe wields knives and daggers.