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List of SSBM trophies (EarthBound series)

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The following is a list of the 9 trophies from the EarthBound series which appear in Super Smash Bros. Melee.

Normal order[edit]

Note: In the PAL version of Melee, all trophies list "Not released in Europe" in place of the release date of "6/95". This has been omitted from the table for brevity.

# Name Image First Game / Move Description
25 Ness Ness trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. EarthBound
Ness is a young boy who's mastered the psychic power known as PSI. Ness was living a normal life in the suburbs of Onett until a meteor crashed into a nearby mountain and sent him on a wild adventure. Believing in the ultimate powers of wisdom, courage, and friendship, Ness proves that some heroes come in small packages.
26 Ness [Smash] Ness trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. B: PK Flash
Smash B: PK Fire
The key to mastering Ness is controlling his unique midair jump, which makes up for what he lacks in speed. His PK Flash attack may seem weak at first glance, but it grows more powerful the longer you hold down the B Button. To do a lot of damage with PK Fire, try to burn your opponent as many times as possible.
27 Ness [Smash] Ness trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Up & B: PK Thunder
Down & B: PSI Magnet
Ness's mind is his best weapon. PK Thunder is a PSI missile weapon that can be guided using the Control Stick, and if Ness hits himself with it, he turns into a living missile capable of doing massive damage. This move can also be used for recovery. PSI Magnet turns energy missile attacks into health; try out certain Pokémon for stamina replenishment.
102 Mr. Saturn Mr. Saturn trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. EarthBound
The origins of the Mr. Saturn race are unknown, but many believe they came from outer space. They reside in Saturn Valley and speak their own unique language. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Mr. Saturn is just another item with which to pelt foes. These guys are laid back and not into fighting, so you can rest easy...or can you?
186 UFO ]] trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. EarthBound
At the beginning of EarthBound, this flying saucer appears along with the ominous message, "The War Against Giygas!" Adding to the mystery are three more UFOs, which fly amok in the skies over Onett; how all of these alien craft are connected is anyone's guess. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, this slippery UFO appears on the Fourside level.
243 Paula Paula Trophy.png EarthBound
Paula is a PSI master who used her incredible psychic abilities to call Ness from afar. Ness rescued Paula from the blue-stained clutches of the Happy Happyist cult, and she became integral to his EarthBound adventure. Originally, Ness didn't know either PK Thunder or PK Fire, so Paula probably taught him these techniques.
244 Jeff Jeff trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. EarthBound
Another of Ness's close friends in EarthBound, Jeff is the only son of the famous scientist, Dr. Andonuts. Jeff is a mechanical genius, able to turn common, broken tools into complex weapons like the Hungry HP-sucker and the Slime Generator. He's a bit on the shy side but incredibly intelligent and brave in the heat of battle.
245 Poo Poo Trophy Melee.png EarthBound
Poo, the crown prince of the mysterious eastern country of Dalaam, joined Ness after completing rigorous training in his home country. While he doesn't stand out among Ness's friends, his vast experience and strong willpower make him a key to their success. Poo can assume the form of an enemy to gain its powers.
246 Starman Starman trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. EarthBound
Just one kooky subset of the diverse cast of enemies in EarthBound, these strange creatures are aliens in the employ of Giygas. Variations of the Starman race include Starman, Starman Jr., Starman Deluxe, and Starman Super. They all use PSI powers, but their strength differs depending on the level on which they're found.

Game order[edit]

# Name
121 Ness
122 Paula
123 Jeff
124 Poo
125 Mr. Saturn
126 Starman
127 UFO
237 Ness [Smash]
238 Ness [Smash]


  • The poses for each of these trophies (except the UFO) are based on official clay models from Mother 2, the Japanese version of EarthBound. The adjustments to Ness and Paula's models for EarthBound's US release are not retained in their Melee trophy designs.