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List of SSBM trophies (Fire Emblem series)

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The following is a list of the 6 trophies from the Fire Emblem series which appear in Super Smash Bros. Melee.

Normal order[edit]

# Name Image First Game / Move Description
55 Marth Marth trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Fire Emblem
Japan Only
The betrayed prince of the Kingdom of Altea, the blood of the hero Anri flows in Marth's veins. He was forced into exile when the kingdom of Dolua invaded Altea. Then, wielding his divine sword Falchion, he led a revolt and defeated the dark dragon Medeus. Afterwards, Altea was annihilated by King Hardin of Akanea.
56 Marth [Smash] Marth trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. B: Shield Breaker
Smash B: Dancing Blade
Marth is a magnificent swordsman. While his swordplay is faster than that of Link, he lacks power, and his quickness is offset by a marginal endurance. His Shield Breaker gains power the longer it's held. The Dancing Blade combination uses both the Control Stick and the B Button to produce a series of up to four attacks.
57 Marth [Smash] Marth trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Up & B: Dolphin Slash
Down & B: Counter
The tip of Marth's blade causes the most damage, so you should try to create adequate distance between you and your enemy to gracefully strike with that point. Marth's Dolphin Slash is fast and powerful, but it leaves him vulnerable upon landing. Marth uses Counter to block a foe's attack and deal a return strike. If you're fighting a Counter-happy Marth, grab him.
76 Roy Roy trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Custom combination of the flags of Canada, the USA, and Mexico.
Fire Emblem
Japan Only

Source, tweaked to fix rendering issues
Future Release

The son of the lord of Pharae Principality, Roy was studying in Ostia when the Kingdom of Bern invaded League of Lycia. His father fell ill at this time, so Roy assumed leadership of Pharae's armies. After his fateful meeting with the Princess Guinevere, his destiny became inextricably linked with the fate of the entire continent.
77 Roy [Smash] Roy trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. B: Flare Blade
Smash B: Double-Edge Dance
While Roy's moves are well balanced, he's a little on the slow side, and doesn't excel at midair combat. His blade, the Sword of Seals, gives him excellent reach, and makes his Double-Edge Dance slightly different than Marth's Dancing Blade. When it's fully charged, Roy's destructive Flare Blade delivers an instant KO.
78 Roy [Smash] Roy trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Up & B: Blazer
Down & B: Counter
Roy's blade is different than Marth's; he does the most damage hitting with the center of his sword. So, a fearless advance into the arms of his foe is Roy's best bet. Blazer is a bit slower than Marth's Dolphin Slash, but it's still a mighty attack that sets anyone it strikes aflame. Roy's attack after using Counter differs slightly from Marth's.

Game order[edit]

# Name
128 Marth
129 Roy
253 Marth [Smash]
254 Marth [Smash]
269 Roy [Smash]
270 Roy [Smash]


  • More Fire Emblem trophies were planned to be included in the game, but they ultimately proved too complex to make compared to other trophies[1]. In the final game, the only two Fire Emblem trophies are those for Marth and Roy after completing Classic Mode with either character.
  • Marth's Classic Mode trophy description falsely states that Akanea (Archanea in the North American remakes) destroyed Altea. Akanea 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 trophy in Brawl, where the same thing happens.
  • Roy's first appearance is listed simply as Fire Emblem rather than the name of his game in either English (The Binding Blade) or Japanese (Fire Emblem: The Sword of Seal). Ironically, The Blazing Blade which is a prequel to Binding Blade would be internationally released as simply Fire Emblem before spin-offs would establish its international subtitle.