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List of SSBM trophies (Pokémon series)

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

The following is a list of the 59 trophies from the Pokémon series which appear in Melee.

Most trophies ("figures" or "figurines" in Japan) in Super Smash Bros. Melee can be obtained through the lottery (labeled as random in how to unlock). Other trophies, particularly those of playable characters and their smashes, can be obtained by playing Classic Mode, Adventure Mode, and All-Star Mode respectively. Trophies can also be obtained by completing several challenges. There are 293 trophies in all in Melee, some which tend to be rarer than others.

Normal Order[edit]

# Name Image First Game / Move Description
22 Pikachu Pikachu Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
It's safe to say that Pikachu is the most famous and popular of all Pokémon. It has electric pouches in both cheeks; when in danger, it shoots electricity at its enemies. Although Pikachu can evolve into Raichu by exposure to a Thunderstone, many trainers like Pikachu so much that they don't let it evolve.
23 Pikachu [Smash] Pikachu Trophy (Smash).png B: Thunder Jolt
Smash B: Skull Bash
While its electrical attacks, such as Thunder and Thunder Jolt, are powerful, Pikachu is at its best speeding around the fray and waiting for its chance to strike. You can control the path of Pikachu's two-directional Quick Attack, allowing you to jump twice. Hold down the B Button to charge up Skull Bash.
24 Pikachu [Smash] Pikachu Trophy (Smash 2).png Up & B: Quick Attack
Down & B: Thunder
The angle of the Control Stick controls the direction of Pikachu's Quick Attack. Pikachu will move blindingly fast, and it will also cause damage to any character it runs into. Move the Control Stick during Quick Attack and Pikachu will move in up to two directions. Be sure to check out the ceilings on the level when you use Thunder.
49 Jigglypuff Jigglypuff Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
This Balloon Pokémon invites its opponents in close with its big, round eyes and then puts them to sleep with a soothing lullaby. It puffs itself up when angry, and while it may look adorable, it's not to be trifled with; it knows several powerful techniques. Jigglypuff evolves into Wigglytuff after exposure to a Moon Stone.
50 Jigglypuff [Smash] Jigglypuff Trophy (Smash).png B: Rollout
Smash B: Pound
Jigglypuff's normal attacks are weak, and because of its light weight it's easily sent flying. However, with its incredible midair agility, it seems to dance when airborne. Rollout is a powerful speed attack, but be careful not to fly off the edge. Pound does serious damage, and it can also help as a recovery move.
51 Jigglypuff [Smash] Jigglypuff Trophy (Smash 2).png Up & B: Sing
Down & B: Rest
Jigglypuff can put its enemies to sleep if they are in range of its Sing attack, although the attack does not work on airborne foes. Rest puts Jigglypuff into a deep sleep, but at the instant it drops off, an intense energy force radiates out of the exact center of its body. If this force comes in contact with an enemy, look out! Rest is Jigglypuff's wild card.
52 Mewtwo Mewtwo Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
A genetically created Pokémon, Mewtwo is the result of many long years of research by a solitary scientist. Although Mewtwo was cloned from the genes of the legendary Pokémon Mew, its size and character are far different than its ancestor. Its battle abilities have been radically heightened, making it ruthless.
53 Mewtwo [Smash] Mewtwo Trophy (Smash).png B: Shadow Ball
Smash B: Confusion
As Mewtwo relies mostly on its powerful brain, there are times when it scarcely uses its arms and legs. Since Mewtwo spends much of its time floating, it flies far when struck. Shadow Ball traces a jagged path once released: the longer Mewtwo holds it, the more powerful it becomes. Mewtwo uses Confusion to spin its foes around.
54 Mewtwo [Smash] Mewtwo Trophy (Smash 2).png Up & B: Teleport
Down & B: Disable
Mewtwo is definitely not a speedy character, but its ESP-powered grab and throw moves are comparatively strong. Teleport has a short range, but doesn't leave it open to attack. It's best used as an escape move during disturbances. Mewtwo can daze a foe if it makes eye contact and uses Disable; the move is useless unless Mewtwo is facing its enemy.
73 Pichu Pichu Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
A baby Electric-type Pokémon identifiable by its big ears. Pichu evolves into Pikachu. It's not very skilled at storing up electrical energy and will sometimes discharge it if jarred. Although it's small, it has enough electrical power to give even an adult quite a shock. It's often startled by its own power.
74 Pichu [Smash] Pichu Trophy (Smash).png B: Thunder Jolt
Smash B: Skull Bash
Compared with Pikachu, Pichu is a tad more nimble and a little more difficult to hit. Those are the only two advantages, however, and since Pichu damages itself when it uses electrical attacks, it's best suited for handicapped matches. Even though Pichu's tough to catch, it's easy to throw its tiny frame great distances.
75 Pichu [Smash] Pichu Trophy (Smash 2).png Up & B: Agility
Down & B: Thunder
Pichu is the lightest character in Super Smash Bros. Melee., and it's top of the class in weakness, too! For Pichu, it's all about scampering here and there to pick up items that will help it survive. The first warp in Agility causes 1 point of damage to Pichu, and the second causes 3, so try to limit the number of times you use the move.
120 Poké Ball Poké Ball Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
These balls are used to capture and contain wild Pokémon. Most Pokémon must be weakened in some way before they can be captured, but once they're inside a Poké Ball, they enjoy their new home, since Poké Balls contain an environment specially designed for Pokémon comfort. Master Balls are the strongest type.
121 Venusaur Venusaur Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Evolving from Ivysaur, this deceptively toxic Pokémon has a huge flower on its back that emits a cloying fragrance: the scent lulls its enemies into a state of calmness. Venusaur's flower synthesizes sunshine into pure energy for its SolarBeam move. Think of Grass- and Poison-type Pokémon and Venusaur comes first.
122 Charizard Charizard Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
It's hard to believe, but this massive Flame Pokémon evolves from the tiny Charmander. Not only can it fly at heights of over 4,500 feet, but it's flaming breath is hot enough to reduce almost anything to ashes in seconds. The flames at the end of a Charizard's tail are said to be a fairly accurate barometer of its power.
123 Squirtle Squirtle Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Retreating into its shell and spitting water at its foes is Squirtle's trademark response to danger. It's one of the three Pokémon that trainers can receive from Professor Oak in Pokémon Red and Blue. Squirtle evolves into Wartortle and then Blastoise, ramping up its water powers with each evolution.
124 Blastoise Blastoise Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Blastoise is the next evolutionary step after Wartortle. The thick jets of water they shoot from the cannons on their backs are strong enough to cut through steel plating. When in danger, they hide inside their armored shells. Blastoise is so popular among trainers that it's considered the definitive Water-type.
125 Clefairy Clefairy Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Clefairy are very cute Pokémon, which makes them popular pets. However, as they're only found in a few areas, it takes a lot of work to find one. Strangely enough, legend has it that Clefairy are more active during the full moon. These Pokémon are known to use Metronome, a move that unleashes a randomly selected attack.
126 Electrode Electrode Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Electrode, an electric Ball Pokémon, is the evolved form of Voltorb. It has the tendency to explode with even the slightest provocation, which has earned it the nickname "Wrecking Ball." Electrode is the quickest Pokémon found to date, and its distinct white-over-red coloring is the opposite of Voltorb's.
127 Weezing Weezing Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
The evolved form of Koffing. Weezing is basically a pair of Koffing fused together. They tend to float in the air and emit gas or noxious smoke from the outgrowths that cover their bodies. As strange as it may seem, diluting Weezing emissions as much as possible creates one of the most exquisite perfumes known to man.
128 Chansey Chansey Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Renowned for its kind temperament, Chansey has been known to offer injured creatures a highly nutritious egg to aid their recovery. Legend has it that this charitable creature brings happiness to anyone who captures it. All Chansey are female, and every now and then one is found in possession of a Lucky Egg.
129 Goldeen Goldeen Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
These Water-types are often referred to as "water dancers," as their elegant fins make them incredibly agile underwater. They can even travel upstream in rapids at a speed of five knots; of course they're not quite as nimble on dry land. Goldeen's Horn Drill is so strong that it can KO an enemy with one strike if it connects.
130 Staryu Staryu Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
These star-shaped Pokémon that evolve into Starmie are found in large numbers at the seashore. At night, Staryu's red center glows and blinks on and off. It's said that as long as its red center remains, it can regrow its limbs. Whether it's related to Cleffa, another Pokémon with a vaguely star-shaped appearance, is unknown.
131 Snorlax Snorlax Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Snorlax love to sleep and love to eat: these portly Pokémon get grumpy if they don't get 880 pounds of food per day. After snacking out, they always nap. They have cast-iron stomachs and can eat moldy and even rotten food with no digestion problems. They are the heaviest Pokémon on record, weighing in at over 1,000 pounds.
132 Articuno Articuno Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Clouds gather, the barometer plunges, and fresh snow falls from the frigid air when this legendary Pokémon takes wing. Graceful and elegant, it boasts long tail feathers that flap in the wind and are lovely to behold. As would be expected, its combat moves are based on its cold nature; they include Ice Beam and Blizzard.
133 Zapdos Zapdos Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Zapdos flaps its wings, and summer storms appear, throwing lightning every which way. It's said that you can hear this legendary Pokémon coming, as its wings make a very distinctive popping sound as it flies. In addition to electrical moves like the dreaded Thunder, it also wields a vicious move called Drill Peck.
134 Moltres Moltres Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
As tradition has it, the onset of spring heralds the return of this legendary Pokémon from its southern home. Its bright orange color and fiery aspect lends to its overwhelming appearance. Sky Attack, the strongest of flying moves, is a perfect fit for this burning phenom, but it obviously also excels at powerful Fire-type moves.
135 Mew Mew Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Mew is an extremely rare Pokémon that has been seen by only a few people. Information on every Pokémon in the world is contained in Mew's cell structure, so it has the ability to use any and all TMs and HMs. Some Pokémon scholars believe Mew to be the ancestor of all existing Pokémon, but the idea is debatable.
136 Chikorita Chikorita Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
Chikorita was one of the first three Pokémon available in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal. A Grass-type Pokémon, it emits a delightful fragrance from the leaves on its head and loves to spend its time leisurely sunbathing. When called into battle, it uses its Razor Leaf move to strike at opponents' weak points.
137 Cyndaquil Cyndaquil Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
Cyndaquil frighten easily, so they're often found curled up in balls. When threatened, they flare the flames on their backs to drive off enemies. Cyndaquil was one of the three Pokémon that trainers could choose from at the beginning of Pokémon Silver, Gold, and Crystal. No one knows if their eyes are open.
138 Togepi Togepi Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
These adorable spike-shelled Pokémon hatch from eggs given out by Professor Elm's assistant. Common superstition holds that their shells are chock-full of happiness and that they become good-luck charms when handled with kindness. It's impossible to predict which ability a Togepi will call upon when it uses its Metronome move, so you'd better be ready.
139 Bellossom Bellossom Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
From time to time, these beautiful Flower Pokémon will gather in numbers and perform an odd sort of dance to call out the sun. While in the midst of this strange exhibition, their petals brush together to create a peaceful and soothing melody. A Gloom will only evolve into a Bellossom if it's exposed to a Sun Stone.
140 Marill Marill Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
This Water-Mouse Pokémon evolves into Azumarill. The round ball on the end of its tail acts like a flotation device, so it can float safely in the roughest of water conditions. It resides on Mt. Mortar in seclusion; few of the creatures are ever seen. Marill's cuteness has earned it a large and loyal fan base.
141 Sudowoodo Sudowoodo Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
A Copycat Pokémon with an aversion to battle, Sudowoodo always poses as a tree in order to avoid being attacked. Despite their arboreal appearance, these Pokémon are actually Rock-types, and therefore highly vulnerable to water. When it begins to rain, they vanish. Sudowoodo can be found blocking Route 36 in Johto.
142 Unown Unown Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
These Psychic-type Symbol Pokémon resemble ancient hieroglyphics found on rocks, a resemblance that's said to be more than superficial. Quite a few different shapes of Unown have been confirmed, and it's believed that each type has unique abilities. These enigmatic Pokémon can be found in the Ruins of Alph.
143 Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
A Patient Pokémon, Wobbuffet lives in darkness to hide its mismatched black tail. Even for a stoic Pokémon, this creature is a testament to self-control; it will not actively attack an opponent. Its Counter and Mirror Coat moves are solely used for reflecting attacks directly back at its antagonist.
144 Scizor Scizor Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
This evolved form of Scyther has arms ending in large pincers with distinctive eye-spot markings. Its evolution also includes the addition of a tough Metal Coat. It's unable to fly very far with its wings, but it can affect its body temperature by flapping them at high speeds. Its sleek look has made Scizor quite popular among collectors.
145 Porygon2 Porygon2 Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
Representing the next step in technological progress, this Virtual Pokémon is a higher powered version of the man-made Pokémon, Porygon. Compared to the sharp edges of its relative, Porygon2's body is extremely smooth and rounded. In battle, it utilizes a special move called Conversion 2 to alter its type.
146 Raikou Raikou Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
These violent Lightning Pokémon travel near and far, blasting out electrified whirlwinds. They carry storm clouds on their backs so they can produce lightning regardless of the local weather; it's even said that they descended to the earth via lightning bolts. Their extreme quickness lends itself to flight, so they're very hard to capture.
147 Entei Entei Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
A volcanic Fire-type, Entei is hotter than liquid magma and as tough as nails. This powerful creature was one of the three Pokémon running around the Burned Tower of Ecruteak City. Entei is extremely difficult to capture, as it tends to wander all over the landscape, sprouting intense flames from its body.
148 Suicune Suicune Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
This mystical Aurora Pokémon constantly journeys in search of places with pure flowing water. Suicune wields the power to instantly purify any contaminated water it finds. Some say Suicune is the north wind reborn. Its strange and dramatic story is told over the course of the Crystal version of the Pokémon game.
149 Lugia Lugia Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
The waters of the Whirl Islands are home to this legendary Pokémon, whom few have seen. Lugia lives quietly in the deepest ocean trenches for one very good reason: its combined aerial and psychic powers are so strong as to be extremely dangerous. The special moves of this gargantuan creature include the destructive wind assault known as Aeroblast.
150 Ho-oh Ho-oh Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
As it soars around the skies of the world, this multicolored flying Pokémon leaves a trail of rainbows and myths in its wake. Its signature move is called Sacred Fire, and it is believed to appear only before trainers who are pure of heart. If you see a trainer with Ho-oh, you can assume that catching it took a lot of work.
151 Celebi Celebi Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
Celebi has the power to travel through time, and thus wanders from one age to the next. It is considered a deity by the forests: plants and trees are said to grow in unimaginable abundance wherever Celebi visits. Like Mew, Celebi is a Pokémon shrouded in mystery. Its special techniques blend grass and psychic powers.
187 Pokémon Stadium Pokémon Stadium Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Stadium
Trainers come from far and wide to congregate at Pokémon Stadiums, the ultimate venues to show off their Pokémon teams. There are many different arenas with varying terrain designs, some of which afford advantages to certain Pokémon. This particular stadium is reserved for huge events and boasts a big screen and spectacular fireworks.
247 Bulbasaur Bulbasaur Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Bulbasaur is a cute Pokémon born with a large seed firmly affixed to its back; the seed grows in size as the Pokémon does. Along with Squirtle and Charmander, Bulbasaur is one of three Pokémon available at the beginning of Pokémon Red & Blue. It evolves first into Ivysaur and ultimately into Venusaur.
248 Poliwhirl Poliwhirl Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Poliwhirl is an amphibious Pokémon able to live on either land or in the water. When on dry land, it's constantly sweating to keep its skin nice and slimy. When in danger, it spins the whirlpool marking on its stomach to put enemies into a deep sleep, then it runs away. It evolves into either Poliwrath or Politoed.
249 Ditto Ditto Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Every Ditto has the ability to copy a Pokémon's entire cell structure in an instant and become its exact replica. They're terrible at remembering techniques, but when they use Transform, they temporarily learn all of their foe's moves. If a Ditto starts to laugh, it weakens and can't hold its transformation.
250 Eevee Eevee Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
As adaptable a Pokémon as any yet discovered, Eevee's evolutionary progress changes to meet the conditions of its environment. So far, five evolutionary forms have been discovered and then catalogued for this unique Pokémon: Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, and Umbreon. All evolutions have special benefits.
251 Totodile Totodile Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
Little but feisty is the best description for these Water-type Pokémon. The first thing they do when they see something move is latch onto it with their powerful jaws. Totodile was one of the three Pokémon the Professor Elm offered to trainers in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal. They evolve into Croconaw.
252 Crobat Crobat Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
A Bat Pokémon that evolves from Golbat. Crobat's hind legs have evolved into a second pair of wings, which allows it to fly at great speeds but limits its ability to rest. The affection a Golbat has for its trainer is vital for the evolution process: if a novice trainer has a Crobat, it shows that he or she cares for Pokémon well.
253 Cleffa Cleffa Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
With silhouettes that resemble stars, Cleffa are often sighted when the night sky is filled with shooting stars. Cleffa evolves into Clefairy, but only if it has a strong bond of friendship with its trainer. Since Cleffa are so cute and loveable, many trainers choose to keep it in this unevolved form.
254 Igglybuff Igglybuff Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
Igglybuff, which evolve into Jigglypuff, are so incredibly elastic that they always seem to be bouncing. They have extremely stubby legs, so for these Pokémon, bounding from place to place is much faster than walking. Unlike its equally adorable relatives, Jigglypuff and Wigglytuff, Igglybuff has red eyes.
255 Steelix Steelix Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
A combination of Steel and Ground-types, Steelix are the longest Pokémon yet to be discovered, reaching over 30 feet in length. Since they live so deep under the surface of the earth, the intense pressure has made their bodies stronger than diamonds. Evolved from Onix, Steelix is every bit as intimidating as its relative.
256 Heracross Heracross Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Gold & Silver
Heracross are powerful creatures that are known to drive their single horns into the bellies of their foes and then toss them over their heads. The immense power of their Megahorn move is said to be the strongest among insectoid Pokémon. They are one of several types of Pokémon that can be found by shaking trees.
257 Meowth Meowth Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
This... is Meowth's dream. Meowth strides all over the globe, scattering invitations to other Pokémon insisting they come to "Meowth's Party." At this wonderful party, guests are packed in like sardines as Meowth climbs up the stage with its faithful guitar. It strikes a chord, pauses, and then rocks their world!
258 Professor Oak Professor Oak Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
The leading expert on the study of Pokémon. It seems there are always new and mysterious species of Pokémon being brought to light, and Professor Oak is at the heart of it all with his insightful research. The Pokédex is one of his inventions: new trainers receive one, and a Pokémon to boot, when they start out.
259 Misty Misty Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Red & Blue
Misty's the gym leader of Cerulean City and a real tomboy. She loves swimming and all things aquatic, so she makes a point of collecting Starmie, Staryu, and other Water-type Pokémon. This is common among gym-leaders: typically the Pokémon kept by trainers tend to reflect that person's personality and preferences.
260 ZERO-ONE ZERO-ONE Trophy Melee.png Pokémon Snap
Many wild Pokémon live on Pokémon Island, and avid cameraman Todd uses the ZERO-ONE as his means to get close to them. The ZERO-ONE is fully automated: its progress is monitored by a series of strategically located beacons. The vehicle can instantly change its shape to allow it to travel by land, water and air.

Game Order[edit]

# Name
130 Bulbasaur
131 Venusaur
132 Charizard
133 Squirtle
134 Blastoise
135 Pikachu
136 Clefairy
137 Jigglypuff
138 Poliwhirl
139 Electrode
140 Weezing
141 Chansey
142 Goldeen
143 Staryu
144 Ditto
145 Eevee
146 Snorlax
147 Articuno
148 Zapdos
149 Moltres
150 Mewtwo
151 Mew
152 Chikorita
153 Cyndaquil
154 Totodile
155 Crobat
156 Pichu
157 Cleffa
158 Igglybuff
159 Togepi
160 Bellossom
161 Marill
162 Sudowoodo
163 Unown
164 Wobbuffet
165 Steelix
166 Scizor
167 Heracross
168 Porygon2
169 Raikou
170 Entei
171 Suicune
172 Lugia
173 Ho-oh
174 Celebi
175 Meowth
176 Professor Oak
177 Misty
178 Poké Ball
180 Pokémon Stadium
239 Pikachu (Smash Red)
240 Pikachu (Smash Blue)
241 Jigglypuff (Smash Red)
242 Jigglypuff (Smash Blue)
255 Mewtwo (Smash Red)
256 Mewtwo (Smash Blue)
267 Pichu (Smash Red)
268 Pichu (Smash Blue)


  • All of the Classic trophies for the playable Pokémon characters match previously used poses:
    • Pikachu's trophy pose resembles the sprite of Red's Pikachu from Pokémon Yellow.
    • Jigglypuff's trophy is unique in that it doesn't resemble a previously used pose; however, it does resemble its artwork in Melee.
    • Mewtwo's trophy pose resembles its sprite from Pokémon Red and Green (Japanese release).
    • Pichu's trophy pose resembles its official artwork from Pokémon Gold and Silver, albeit with its ear angled differently.
  • Bellossom's trophy pose resembles its official artwork from Pokémon Gold and Silver.
  • The Meowth trophy is based on a song from the Pokémon anime series known as Meowth's Party. Video footage from this song was included in a trailer at E3 2001 showing footage for GameCube games (including Melee), and it would later appear as part of the Pichu Bros. in Party Panic! anime short included as part of Pokémon Channel.
  • Misty's trophy is also based off of her appearance in the anime.