List of SSBB trophies (Super Mario Bros. series)

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

The following is a list of the 65 trophies from the Mario series that appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Eight are unlocked by completing Classic Mode and All-Star Mode with Mario, Luigi, Peach and Bowser; seven are unlocked by successfully performing specific Challenges; nine are collectable through the use of Trophy Stands on foes in The Subspace Emissary; and the rest are available through all the means of collecting random trophies, including Coin Launcher.

Name How to Unlock Picture Description
Mario
Fighter
Clear Classic Mode as Mario Mario - Brawl Trophy.png A familiar overall-clad figure who is Nintendo's flagship character. His courage and jumping ability have seen him through countless adventures. He's a multitalented plumber with the knowledge of a physician, a top-notch golfer, and a veteran tennis umpire. Is his jumping prowess a boon from his girder-climbing days?
NES: Donkey Kong
NES: Super Mario Bros.
Mario Finale
Final Smash
Clear All-Star Mode as Mario Mario Finale - Brawl Trophy.png Mario with a Smash Ball, unleashing his ultimate attack. The twin dragons of flame he releases wallop all characters in range. The flames spread up and down, so it's best to release them from the edge of the screen at an appropriate height. His flaming eyes are proof of his excitement for this explosive attack.
Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Bowser
Fighter
Clear Classic Mode as Bowser Bowser - Brawl Trophy.png The king of the Koopas and Mario's eternal rival. He breathes fire, hurls hammers, attacks from vehicles like the Koopa Clown Car, and uses all sorts of weapons in hopes of taking out Mario. As his size suggests, he's immensely powerful. His son Bowser Jr. is a chip off the old block who spends his time creating trouble for Mario.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
GameCube: Super Mario Sunshine
Giga Bowser
Final Smash
Clear All-Star Mode as Bowser. Giga Bowser - Brawl Trophy.png Bowser, transformed into the terrible and brutal form first seen in Super Smash Bros. Melee. While in this form, he's invulnerable—he takes no damage and cannot be budged. His appearance is so fierce, it's as if he doesn't even belong in the Smash Bros. universe. He cannot maintain this form for long, so dealing out damage efficiently is key.
Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl[1]
Peach
Fighter
Clear Classic Mode as Peach Peach - Brawl Trophy.png The Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom. Her long blonde hair is a perfect match for her pink dress. Regardless of the number of Toad retainers she has, she's often kidnapped by Bowser. Though she's usually the damsel in distress, she got a starring role in Super Princess Peach, where it was her turn to rescue Mario and Luigi.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
DSTitle.png: Super Princess Peach
Peach Blossom
Final Smash
Clear All-Star Mode as Peach Peach Blossom - Brawl Trophy.png Peach's Final Smash. Images of the princess border of the screen and a rain of peaches falls. While this is happening, all the other characters fall asleep. So, Peach's dilemma is this—does she eat the peaches to lower her damage, or does she smack around her dozing enemies? Take stock of the situation and choose the path that leads to victory.
Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Luigi
Fighter
Clear Classic Mode as Luigi Luigi - Brawl Trophy.png Mario's younger twin brother. He's shy and quiet and overshadowed by his sibling, but he's actually quite talented. His jumping ability surpasses Mario's, and his all- around skills let him overcome any problem. He's a bit cowardly and really afraid of ghosts. Even so, in Luigi's Mansion, he was charged with cleaning up a whole house full of spirits.
NES: Mario Bros
GameCube: Luigi's Mansion
Negative Zone
Final Smash
Clear All-Star Mode as Luigi Negative Zone - Brawl Trophy.png Luigi's Final Smash. As exotic music plays, he performs a dance befitting a sorcerous incantation. A barrier envelops him, negatively impacting all in his area. Random effects include getting launched, sleeping, moving in slow motion, tripping, fainting, and losing attack power. This technique is a reflection of the dark side he embraced in his brother's shadow.
Wii: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Striker Mario
Fighter Related
Clear Classic mode on Very Hard difficulty Striker Mario - Brawl Trophy.png A team captain in Super Mario Strikers, which features combat- style soccer that allows fighting and items. Mario proves to be a great all-around player, well balanced on offense and defense, and he wields a critical shot—the Mega Strike—that can chalk up a maximum of six goals! Mario is easily identified by the "M" marks on his spikes.
GameCube: Mario Smash Football
Wii: Mario Strikers Charged Football
Striker Daisy
Fighter Related
Random Striker Daisy - Brawl Trophy.png The princess of Sarasaland and an upbeat and cheerful go-getter. She has appeared in titles ever since Mario saved her after her kidnapping by the tyrannical alien, Tatanga. Although her iconic look is a yellow and white dress, she goes with a sportier look in Super Mario Strikers to compliment her spunky scoring strikes.
Game Boy: Super Mario Land
Wii: Mario Strikers Charged Football
Paper Mario
Fighter Related
Clear Classic mode with all characters Paper Mario - Brawl Trophy.png A legendary hero whose adventure unfolds when he sets out to rescue Princess Peach from the nefarious clutches of Count Bleck. He has the ability to flip the world from 2-D to 3-D and back again. If he grabs a Mega Star, he'll transform into a pixelated giant Mario. In this state, he's invulnerable and capable of stomping through enemies and obstacles with ease.
Wii: Super Paper Mario[2]
Paper Luigi
Fighter Related
Random Paper Luigi - Brawl Trophy.png The legendary hero Mario's younger brother. He's teased by Koopas and Goombas alike and is sometimes called "green mustache guy." He goes missing after Bowser and Peach's wedding. He's known for his jumping prowess—his special move is the High Jump. It's said that he has a close relationship to the masked man brainwashed by Count Bleck and known only as "Mister L."[3]
Wii: Super Paper Mario[2]
Paper Bowser
Fighter Related
Random Paper Bowser - Brawl Trophy.png The great king of the Koopas who plots to rule the land with a firm fist. In a change of events, Bowser goes from being Mario's rival to adventuring side by side with him. Bowser's special skill is breathing fire and he has nearly twice the attack power[4] of Mario or Peach, which allows him to take out foes from a distance or multiple enemies with a single blow.
Wii: Super Paper Mario[2]
Paper Peach
Fighter Related
Random Paper Peach - Brawl Trophy.png The Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom. With her sparkling crown and gorgeous blonde hair, Peach always looks the part, even when flat as paper. Count Bleck kidnaps her and tries to force her to marry Bowser. While jumping, Peach can use a special umbrella technique that allows her to float down gently or reach otherwise inaccessible places.
Wii: Super Paper Mario[2]
Wedding Bowser
Fighter Related
Random Wedding Bowser - Brawl Trophy.png The great Koopa king in a sharp, white tuxedo. Bowser is forced into marriage with Princess Peach by Count Bleck, who plots to wipe out the universe with the Chaos Heart. Although it's all part of Count Bleck's plan, Bowser doesn't seem to be displeased with the prospect. This might just be the last time we ever see Bowser in a tuxedo.
Wii: Super Paper Mario
Wedding Peach
Fighter Related
Random Wedding Peach - Brawl Trophy.png The princess of the Mushroom Kingdom adorned in a pure white wedding dress rather than her usual pink one. Peach also has her long, blond hair drawn up in a ponytail. And who might she be marrying? Bowser of all people, who was also forced into the marriage by the scandalous Count Bleck. Brainwashed by Nastasia, Peach is even forced into giving her vows.
Wii: Super Paper Mario
Goomba
Enemy
Trophy Stand Goomba - Brawl Trophy.png A citizen of the Mushroom Kingdom who sided with Bowser when he invaded. Goombas slowly chase after Mario on stubby legs. They're not the toughest creatures and can generally be defeated by jumping on them, which makes them disappear. They have fierce fangs, but they don't seem to serve any purpose. Though a nuisance to Mario, they're decent at baseball and mah-jongg.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
NES: Super Mario Bros. 3
Koopa Troopa (Green)
Enemy
Trophy Stand Koopa Troopa (Green) - Brawl Trophy.png A henchman of Bowser. In the old days, they'd retreat into their shells for a short while to protect themselves after being stepped on. Recently, however, some have begun to immediately pop back out. You'll often find them marching straight ahead—if the path ends, they'll just march into the abyss. Surely there are no braver turtles to be found.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
SNES: Super Mario World
Koopa Troopa (Red)
Enemy
Trophy Stand Koopa Troopa (Red) - Brawl Trophy.png A turtle in the employ of Bowser. Koopas formerly traveled on four legs, but they've recently been spotted strolling on two. This has freed up their hands, allowing them to chase Mario with nets.[5] Their adaptability must make Bowser very happy indeed. Unlike their green-shelled brethren, red ones do about-faces when they run out of road. They're a bright group.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
SNES: Super Mario World
Koopa Paratroopa (Green)
Enemy
Trophy Stand Koopa Paratroopa (Green) - Brawl Trophy.png A winged Koopa. These can fly to a degree, but in Super Mario Bros., it wasn't like they could soar wherever they pleased. In fact, they merely hovered, moving back and forth over set areas. Some Koopa Paratroopas don't even take to the skies, but just jump up and down. These become regular old Koopa Troopas when stomped.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
DSTitle.png: Mario Slam Basketball[6]
Koopa Paratroopa (Red)
Enemy
Trophy Stand Koopa Paratroopa (Red) - Brawl Trophy.png A flying Koopa with wings. In Super Mario Bros., they possessed the same abilities as green-shelled Koopa Paratroopas, but the routes they flew were different—they flew up and down rather than side to side. There are no red-shelled Koopas who merely hop up and down. You'll often see them participating in two-person kart races and playing basketball.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
DSTitle.png: Mario Slam Basketball
Bullet Bill
Enemy
Trophy Stand Bullet Bill - Brawl Trophy.png A shell fired from a special cannon known as a Bullet Blaster[7]. Easily identified by their angry eyes, Bullet Bills fly across the land in perfectly straight lines. Though they easily shrug off fireballs, they can be stopped by jumping on them. A unique characteristic of the cannons is that they will not fire a Bullet Bill if Mario is standing right beside one.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
GameCube: Super Mario Sunshine
Giant Goomba
Enemy
Trophy Stand Giant Goomba - Brawl Trophy.png A giant-sized Goomba, as the name suggests. In Super Mario 64, punching and kicking had no effect on this brute. It could be stopped like normal Goombas—by jumping on it from above. A colossal Goomba appears as the boss of world four in New Super Mario Bros., but that's a Mega Goomba, not a Giant Goomba.
N64: Super Mario 64
Piranha Plant
Fighter Related
Random Piranha Plant - Brawl Trophy.png A vicious, plantlike monster that typically hides in pipes. Piranha Plants emerge with mouths open, awaiting victims. A poorly timed jump means a chomping—hence the "piranha" name. While there have been exceptions—there are many Piranha Plants with unique traits—they generally don't appear if Mario waits on top of or just next to a pipe. They hate fireballs.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
DSTitle.png: New Super Mario Bros.
Lakitu & Spinies
Assist Trophy
Random Lakitu and Spinies - Brawl Trophy.png A particularly stubborn breed of Koopa. Lakitus chase Mario aboard clouds and attack by throwing Spiny Eggs down from above. More recently, Lakitus have taken over the role of cameramen, filming with cameras that they dangle from long rods. Spinies are Koopa creatures with tough, spiked shells. Jumping onto them has no effect, but fireballs can dispatch them.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
N64: Super Mario 64
Hammer Bro.
Assist Trophy
Trophy Stand Hammer Bro - Brawl Trophy.png A character who throws a seemingly endless stream of hammers. Hammer Bros. have also been known to jump every so often. Since they throw their hammers in a high arc, if you manage to get in close, the hammers can't hit you. Unlike Koopas and Buzzy Beetles, Hammer Bros. don't reduce to their shells when jumped on. As the name suggests, most Hammer Bros. are found in pairs.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
DSTitle.png: New Super Mario Bros.
Petey Piranha
Enemy
Trophy Stand Petey Piranha - Brawl Trophy.png A colossal Piranha Plant. Unlike its pipe-inhabiting cousins, it uses its legs to walk around. It can fly, too. As you might expect, it often appears as a boss character in Mario adventures. This may come as a surprise, but it also displays surprising dexterity in kart races and ball games.
GameCube: Super Mario Sunshine
DSTitle.png: New Super Mario Bros.
Buzzy Beetle
Fighter Related
Random Buzzy Beetle - Brawl Trophy.png A Koopa underling with a heavy shell protecting it from fire. Stomping on Buzzy Beetles from above is the main way to deal with them, but spiked variations that cannot be stomped also exist. After saving Princess Peach in Super Mario Bros. and starting a new game, you'll find that most Goombas have turned into Buzzy Beetles.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
DSTitle.png: New Super Mario Bros.
Shy Guy
Fighter Related
Hit 10,000 m/30,000 ft combined with all fighters' Home-Run Contest records Shy Guy - Brawl Trophy.png A character in a white mask with black eyes and mouth that appears in a number of Mario and Yoshi games. Although Shy Guys' actions are varied—from flying to carrying objects—their true faces are still a mystery. If only for an instant, who wouldn't want to see an unmasked Shy Guy?
NES: Super Mario Bros. 2
DSTitle.png: Yoshi's Island DS
Boo
Fighter Related
Random Boo - Brawl Trophy.png A bashful ghost who draws near when your back is turned but shyly stops and disappears when you face it. Boos have been seen recently in activities like baseball and tennis, so it's thought that they may have conquered their fear of humans. Boos are also characterized by having a variety of different weaknesses between forms.
NES: Super Mario Bros. 3
DSTitle.png: Yoshi's Island DS
Cheep Cheep
Fighter Related
Random Cheep Cheep - Brawl Trophy.png A round fish with big eyes. Although mainly aquatic, Cheep Cheeps sometimes attack above land like flying fish, at which point Mario can stomp on them. There are a wide variety of Cheep Cheep variations, including spiked ones and enormous ones.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
GameCube: Super Mario Sunshine
Blooper
Fighter Related
Random Blooper - Brawl Trophy.png A creature who's as squidlike as a squid can be. Bloopers patrol water stages, and with no notable weapons, their threat comes from their unique movements and speed. Some flying Bloopers display the same underwater movement above water. Blooper appeared for the first time as a playable character in Mario Party 8.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
Wii: Mario Party 8
Toad
Fighter Related
Random Toad - Brawl Trophy.png One of the servants at Peach's Castle in the Mushroom Kingdom. Toads give off a strong sense of peace. Most feature white heads with red polka dots, but there are other colors as well. Toad's incredible uprooting speed in Super Mario Bros. 2 is unrivaled, adding to the rumor of his superhuman strength...however out of place it might seem.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
GameCube: Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
Toadette
Fighter Related
Random Toadette - Brawl Trophy.png A girl who's adored as a star among the Toads. She looks much like other toads, but her pink head and mushroom-themed accessories lend her an undeniable charm. She first appeared as a hidden character in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! With the Golden Mushroom, she could perform consecutive boosts to pull ahead of the field.
GameCube: Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
GameCube: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Toadsworth
Fighter Related
Random Toadsworth - Brawl Trophy.png An elderly, refined Toad steward of Princess Peach, with a white beard and small glasses. He advises Mario on his adventures and has appeared in many games since his debut in Super Mario Sunshine. Although he can get annoyingly flustered, it's only because he cares for Peach. In the Japanese mah-jongg game Yakuman DS, Toadsworth appears as a competitive opponent.
GameCube: Super Mario Sunshine
DSTitle.png: Yakuman DS (Japan Only)
Goombella
Fighter Related
Random Goombella - Brawl Trophy.png A female archaeology student at the University of Goom. Goombella can be recognized by her ponytail and pith helmet that features a light that aids her archeological aspirations. With her wealth of knowledge, Goombella serves as Mario's tour guide and assists throughout his adventures.
GameCube: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Fracktail
Fighter Related
Random Fracktail - Brawl Trophy.png A giant, red, robotic dragon built to be the protector of a Pure Heart. Fracktail has a long body with little arms and wings, and he shoots out of the ground into the air to attack Mario. The only way to beat him is to first jump on his back. You can then pick up the Frackles on his back and score damage by throwing them at his weak point—the yellow antenna orb.
Wii: Super Paper Mario
Wiggler
Fighter Related
Random Wiggler - Brawl Trophy.png A large caterpillar characterized by a flower on its head and a huge nose. Wigglers typically just walk around minding their own business, with no hint of malice. However, they lose their flowers when jumped upon and fly into a rage, turning bright red and chasing Mario. In Yoshi's Island, certain Wigglers appear as butterflies, with grown wings and flight capabilities.
SNES: Super Mario World
DSTitle.png: New Super Mario Bros.
Dry Bones
Fighter Related
Random Dry Bones - Brawl Trophy.png A skeletal member of the Koopa Troopa family. Immune to fireballs, Dry Bones will fall apart when stomped upon, then reassemble moments later. They're typically found in dungeon levels in Mario games but have also been known to participate in various sports and activities such as baseball, kart racing, and soccer. They're likely boning up on the competition.
NES: Super Mario Bros. 3
DSTitle.png: New Super Mario Bros.
Chain Chomp
Fighter Related
Random Chain Chomp - Brawl Trophy.png A black, spherical character thought to be made of some metal, such as iron. Although usually tethered down with a chain, Chain Chomps will eagerly chomp at passersby, inflicting major damage. In Super Mario 64, a Chain Chomp appears in the first level. It cannot be defeated, but you can daze it temporarily by throwing bombs at it.
NES: Super Mario Bros. 3
N64: Super Mario 64
Perry
Fighter Related
Random Perry - Brawl Trophy.png A mysterious talking parasol Peach obtains from Toadsworth before heading out to save the captured Mario and Luigi. Perry provides a number of useful functions to assist Peach on her mission. Besides its obvious combat worth, Perry can also be used to sweep aside enemies, slide across ropes, and float on water. You can also buy upgrades for Perry.
DSTitle.png: Super Princess Peach
Bowser Jr.
Fighter Related
Random Bowser Jr. - Brawl Trophy.png Bowser's son, who appears in Super Mario Sunshine calling Princess Peach his mother—he feels so strongly about her that he kidnaps her. Somewhat spoiled by his father, Bowser Jr. comes off as being on the selfish side. His bib is decorated with drawn-on fangs and worn like a mask—it's most likely an effort to appear more menacing.
GameCube: Super Mario Sunshine
DSTitle.png: New Super Mario Bros.
Birdo
Fighter Related
Clear All-Star mode on Hard difficulty Birdo - Brawl Trophy.png A pink creature of indeterminate gender that some say would rather be called Birdetta. A big ribbon on its head is its most distinguishing feature. In Super Mario Bros. 2, you can return fire on Birdo by jumping on the eggs shot from its mouth. Be careful not to get psyched out by fake-egg fireballs!
NES: Super Mario Bros. 2
DSTitle.png: Mario Slam Basketball
Kritter (Goalie)
Fighter Related
Random Kritter (Goalie) - Brawl Trophy.png An underling of King K. Rool and the one and only goalie of Super Mario Strikers. In other words, it doesn't matter what team you play as—your goalie is going to be Kritter. Despite being at the very bottom of the Kremling ranks, he's responsible for what many might consider to be the toughest AND most important field position.
Wii: Mario Strikers Charged Football
Ballyhoo & Big Top
Fighter Related
Unlock 75 or more hidden songs Ballyhoo & Big Top - Brawl Trophy.png The two emcees of the Star Carnival, an event held once a year to determine the biggest superstar. Big Top (on top) and Ballyhoo (on bottom) provide all Star Carnival commentary, and while Ballyhoo is energetic and over the top, Big Top provides a reserved counterpoint to his partner's antics. Despite their conflicting personalities, they're inseparable.
Wii: Mario Party 8
F.L.U.D.D.
Others[8]
Random Fludd trophy.jpg A multifunction water cannon invented by Professor Elvin Gadd that Mario totes like a backpack. Since F.L.U.D.D. is able to converse with Mario, it's believed to be equipped with some kind of artificial intelligence. With special nozzles, F.L.U.D.D. can be used like a jet pack to reach high places or for high-speed swimming.
GameCube: Super Mario Sunshine
Poltergust 3000
Others[8]
Random Poltergust 3000 - Brawl Trophy.png A vacuum cleaner developed by Professor Elvin Gadd of the E. Gadd Science Corporation. He gives it to Luigi, who uses it to trap ghosts in a haunted mansion after stunning them with his flashlight. It also absorbs elements like water, ice, or fire that it can then shoot out. An optional accessory to this fine product is a machine that converts the trapped ghosts into portraits.
GameCube: Luigi's Mansion
Luigi's Mansion
Stage
Random Luigi Mansion - Brawl Trophy.png A big, creepy mansion in the heart of a gloomy forest. It was given to Luigi, who found its many rooms (including a dining room, kitchen, rec room, projection room, music room, and tea room) were infested with ghosts. Luigi was supposed to meet Mario here, but his bro went missing. Not known for his bravery, Luigi gathered his courage and set out to explore his new home.
GameCube: Luigi's Mansion
Ghosts
Fighter Related
Random Ghosts - Brawl Trophy.png Ghost variations that appeared throughout Luigi's Mansion. They don't have the spectral power required to manifest any truly unusual ghostly phenomena, so they rely on such pedestrian physical methods as punching Luigi to frighten him. There are also some rare varieties that are very rich and drop a lot of coins.
GameCube: Luigi's Mansion
Super Mushroom
Item
Random Super Mushroom - Brawl Trophy.png A mushroom that makes you giant sized. When you're this big, your attack power increases and you're harder to launch. But you become an easy target and may come under serious fire. Unlike other items, it doesn't remain in one place but moves to the right once it appears. Why to the right? Well, because that's what it did in its original appearance in Super Mario Bros.
NES: Super Mario Bros
Game Boy: Super Mario Land: 6 Golden Coins
Poison Mushroom
Item
Random Poison Mushroom - Brawl Trophy.png A penalty item that shrinks whoever grabs it. It's hard to distinguish from a Super Mushroom, so you may find yourself getting small when you wanted to get big. When you're in miniature form, your attack power drops, and even the lightest attack can send you off the stage. That being said, a small target's hard to hit. Your best plan when you're tiny may be to run.
SNES: Super Mario All-Stars[9]
Starman [NTSC]
Super Star [PAL]
Item
Random Starman - Brawl Trophy.png An erratically bouncing item that is hard to catch. If you can grab it, though, you'll be invulnerable to all attacks for a short time. In addition, no one will be able to grab or throw you, either. Make the effort to grab the Starman when it appears—watching your opponents turn and run from you makes it all worthwhile.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
SNES: Super Mario World
Metal Box
Item
Random Metal Box - Brawl Trophy.png A green box that transforms whoever attacks it into metal. In metal form, you're a lot heavier than normal, so middling and even strong attacks don't move you too much, and standard attacks won't even make you flinch. The time you spend in metal form decreases with the damage you take. In Super Mario 64, the weight of the metal form allowed you to walk underwater.
N64: Super Mario 64
Lightning
Item
Random Lightning - Brawl Trophy.png An item that goes off the moment you touch it. It may shrink every other character on the screen. Tiny players suffer a reduction in their attack power and become easier to send flying. After a set amount of time, all the characters will return to their normal sizes. In the Mario Kart series, all players but the item user shrunk, and got flattened when run over.
SNES: Super Mario Kart
N64: Mario Kart 64
Golden Hammer
Item
Hit 15,000 m/45,000 ft combined with all fighter's Home-Run Contest records Golden Hammer - Brawl Trophy.png A hammer that glows with golden light. It's easier to swing than a normal hammer, and more powerful too. If you tilt the Control Stick and press the attack button repeatedly, you float in midair. It's a very powerful item, but one that rarely appears. There's also a Golden Squeaky Hammer that does absolutely no damage at all. It's what you would call a fake.
NES: Wrecking Crew
Fire Flower
Item
Random Fire Flower - Brawl Trophy.png A flower that breathes flames when you press and hold the attack button. The flames don't last forever, though—after a while, the flower will lose its fiery power. You can also throw Fire Flowers at enemies to set them on fire for a brief moment. In Super Mario Bros., Fire Flowers were used to transform Mario into Fire Mario.
NES: Super Mario Bros.
NES: Super Mario Bros. 3
Bob-omb[10]
Item
Random Bob-omb - Brawl Trophy.png A mobile bomb with a fuse on its head. It can be picked up and thrown as a powerful explosive, but if no one grabs it, it will tire of waiting and start wandering, then detonate whenever it likes. Its power and unpredictability make it an accident waiting to happen. In sudden-death matches that go on too long, Bob-ombs rain from the sky to move things along.
SNES: Super Mario World[11]
N64: Super Mario 64
Freezie
Item
Random Freezie - Brawl Trophy.png An item that freezes people. If you're frozen, you can't lift a finger to defend yourself. You can break out of ice by shaking the Control Stick back and forth. Hit someone with a Freezie, and you'll hear a delightful sound declaring your success, but frozen enemies don't fly very far. Freezies tend to break easily when being carried.
NES: Mario Bros.
GB Advance: Super Mario Advance
Hothead
Item
Random Hothead - Brawl Trophy.png An item that, when tossed, sticks to the terrain and moves, causing damage to those it touches. whoever threw it won't take damage. It will grow larger if it's attacked, which ups its attack range. However, an increase in size corresponds to a decrease in the time it stays on the screen. A really big Hothead will take up the entire screen, and is quite a sight to behold.
SNES: Super Mario World
Green Shell[10]
Item
Random Green Shell - Brawl Trophy.png An item that, when thrown or jumped on, careens across stages and hurts any player if it hits. Green shells follow the environment's conteurs as they go and reverse direction when they hit walls. They really send opponents flying, so they're very effective as throwing weapons. If a shell's approaching, stop it by jumping on it. This technique is used in the Mario series.
SNES: Super Mario Kart
N64: Mario Kart 64
Banana Peel
Item
Get 10 max combos in Training Banana Peel - Brawl Trophy.png The peel from a Japanese fibre banana of the Musaceae plant family. It contains a high volume of vegetable oil, which oozes out when the peel is stepped on, making things slippery. In Smash Bros., the peel fulfills its destiny as a comedic prop by making passerby slip. Characters who land on their backsides will be defenseless until they recover their footing.
SNES: Super Mario Kart
N64: Mario Kart 64
Soccer Ball
Item
Random Soccer Ball - Brawl Trophy.png An attack item that flies when struck and explodes as it launches, causing damage to whomever it hits. As it's a soccer ball, you'd think hitting it with your hands would be against the rules[12], but that's not the case. Unleash your fiercest attacks on it. Really, it's OK. The ball's design seems old fashioned, but it sure does bring back lots of soccer memories, doesn't it?
NES: Soccer
GameCube: Mario Smash Football
Waluigi
Assist Trophy
Random Waluigi - Brawl Trophy.png A twig-thin man who sees himself as Luigi's ultimate rival. He spent a long time working silently in the shadow of the Mario Bros. before finally becoming strong enough to compete with them in Mario Tennis. Since then, he's had many brilliant game appearances. While the nature of his relationship to Wario is a mystery, the pair have hatched some devious schemes together.
N64: Mario Tennis
GameCube: Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
Shellcreepers
Stage
Random Shellcreepers - Brawl Trophy.png Shelled enemies Mario and Luigi faced back when they were plumbers. They had to be bumped from below to flip them over and then kicked off the stage. The last one on a stage changed colors and raced really fast. If one got flipped but not sent off, it would eventually right itself and move at high speed. They were simply called "turtles" in Japan.
NES: Mario Bros.
GB Advance: Super Mario Advance[13]
Sidesteppers
Stage
Random Sidesteppers - Brawl Trophy.png Crabby enemies taken on by Mario and Luigi. One bump from below wouldn't flip them over, but rather angered them so they moved faster. These pests had to be bumped twice before they could be upended and kicked off the stage. If left alone after being turned upside down, or if there was one more left, their speed would increase. They went by the basic name of "crabs" in Japan.
NES: Mario Bros.
GB Advance: Super Mario Advance

Notes[edit]

  1. The Giga Bowser trophy states that he cannot take any damage while in this form. In fact, he can take damage—he just gains flinch resistance from attacks.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Paper Mario, Paper Luigi, Paper Peach, and Paper Bowser are all stated to have only been in Super Paper Mario, despite their earlier appearances in Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. The models, however, come from Super Paper Mario.
  3. The Paper Luigi trophy says "Mister L", but the text from Super Paper Mario says "Mr. L"
  4. The Paper Bowser trophy's description is not quite accurate. Although it says that Bowser's attacks do nearly twice as much as Mario's and Peach's attacks, they actually do exactly twice as much.
  5. The Koopa Troopa (Red) states that bipedal Koopas chased Mario with nets. This is a mistranslation from the Japanese trophy description, which states that they chased Mario by climbing on wire nets, which occurred in castles and fortresses in Super Mario World.
  6. The Green Koopa Paratroopa trophy states that he is playable in Mario Slam Basketball. However, only the red one is playable.
  7. The cannons that shoot Bullet Bills are actually called Bill Blasters.
  8. 8.0 8.1 The F.L.U.D.D. and Poltergust 3000 trophies are placed in the Others section rather than in the Fighter Related section. This is very odd considering the fact that Luigi used the vacuum in Luigi's Mansion, and F.L.U.D.D. is even in Mario's moveset.
  9. Poison Mushroom's debut in the Japanese version is listed as Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Famicom Disk System.
  10. 10.0 10.1 The trophies of Bob-omb and Green Shell use the Mario Kart: Double Dash!! game models, not the Brawl models.
  11. Bob-omb's debut is Super Mario Bros. 2, not Super Mario World.
  12. The Soccer Ball trophy mentions that its illegal to hit a soccer ball with your hands during a soccer match.
  13. The Shellcreeper trophy states its most recent appearance was in Super Mario Advance but in that game, the Shellcreeper was replaced by the Spiny.
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