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List of SSBM trophies (Super Mario Bros. series)

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

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, can be obtained by playing Classic Mode, Adventure Mode, and All-Star Mode. 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.

The following is a list of the 51 trophies from the Mario series which appear in Melee.

Normal Order[edit]

# Name Image First Game / Move Description
1 Mario Mario trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Donkey Kong
Arcade 1981
Known worldwide as Mr. Nintendo, Mario uses his incredible jumping ability to thwart the evil Bowser time after time. While he's best known as a hero, Mario has played many roles, including racer, doctor, golfer, and villain. His tastes have changed over 20 years of gaming; he long ago swapped the colors of his shirt and overalls.
2 Mario [Smash] Mario trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. B: Fireball
Smash B: Cape
Mario is a character without any glaring weaknesses and plenty of strong attacks: he's even equipped with a Meteor Smash. He's a straightforward character who'll reflect the actual skills of the player. Mario's Cape will turn other characters in the opposite direction and can also reflect missile weapons.
3 Mario [Smash] Mario trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Up & B: Super Jump Punch
Down & B: Mario Tornado
Mass determines how easily a character can be sent flying, as well as a character's physical strength: Mario's mass is the standard upon which other Smash fighters are measured. His Super Jump Punch sends foes skyward in a shower of coins, while the Mario Tornado pulls in nearby foes, spins them silly, and scatters them every which way.
31 Bowser Bowser trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Bowser has a long history of kidnapping Princess Peach to lure his nemesis, Mario, into traps. He leads an enormous group of mischievous creatures, not the least of which are his seven children. With outrageous strength, flammable breath, and more spikes than you can shake a Star Rod at, Bowser is a constant threat.
32 Bowser [Smash] Bowser trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. B: Fire Breath
Smash B: Koopa Klaw
In many ways, Bowser is the toughest character around. Not only does he have near-impervious hide, but his great mass makes him almost impossible to hurl offscreen. Of course, his weight also makes him rather slow to maneuver, so when facing him in battle, it's best to press your attack and not give him a chance to counter.
33 Bowser [Smash] Bowser trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Up & B: Whirling Fortress
Down & B: Bowser Bomb
Bowser's Fire Breath strikes continually, but it grows gradually smaller over time until it's barely smoldering. The Koopa Klaw rakes enemies at a distance and pulls nearby foes in close for a good gnawing. Bowser's Whirling Fortress moves laterally over the ground; it works in midair as a recovery. The Bowser Bomb is powerful and paves the way for more attacks.
34 Peach Princess Peach trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Princess Peach presides over the Mushroom Kingdom from her huge castle. Her loyal subject Toad does his best to protect her but always seems to fail spectacularly. Besides her royal duties, Peach is interested in both tennis and golf; since she's so magnanimous, she'll even deign to play a few matches with the evil Bowser.
35 Peach [Smash] Princess Peach trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. B: Toad
Smash B: Peach Bomber
Peach's ability to float is invaluable in Super Smash Bros. Melee, as she can return from incredible distances. Balancing this talent, though, is the fact that she's quite light and can be sent flying with a single powerful attack. Her attacks are fairly weak, so you'll have to hang around to win.
36 Peach [Smash] Princess Peach trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Up & B: Peach Parasol
Down & B: Vegetable
Peach's Smash A attack will set her swinging with either a frying pan, tennis racket, or golf club. These bludgeoning devices appear randomly and have different reaches and power levels. The princess uses Toad to absorb attacks, and he counters by sending spores out at attackers. Don't worry about the little guy, though; he takes his job seriously.
46 Luigi Luigi trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Mario Bros.
Arcade 1983
Although Mario's younger brother has always played second fiddle, Luigi finally garnered the spotlight with his very own game, Luigi's Mansion. Things are looking up for the eternal understudy; he's even picked up his own rival in Waluigi. The day he's referred to as the "lean, mean, green machine" may not be too far off.
47 Luigi [Smash] Luigi trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. B: Fireball
Smash B: Green Missile
Luigi has worse traction than his brother, but he's a more powerful jumper. His Fireballs aren't affected by gravity, so they fly straight horizontally. The Green Missile is similar to Pikachu's Skull Bash, but there's a 12.5% chance of a spontaneous misfire. Luigi's taunting pose inflicts minor damage.
48 Luigi [Smash] Luigi trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Up & B: Super Jump Punch
Down & B: Luigi Cyclone
Smack someone with Luigi's Super Jump Punch, and if the timing is just right, it will become a Fire Jump Punch of incredible strength. However, Luigi can only jump straight up when delivering this blow, and if his aim is a bit off, he'll only do a single point of damage. The Luigi Cyclone sucks foes in and twirls them about.
61 Dr. Mario Dr. Mario trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Dr. Mario
Immaculate in his medical garb, Dr. Mario destroys killer viruses with his amazing vitamin capsules. With his dedicated nurse, Princess Peach, at his side, Dr. Mario spends day and night in his laboratory working on new miracle cures. Somehow he's managed to keep up with all the new viruses that have arisen over the years.
62 Dr. Mario [Smash] Dr. Mario trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. B: Megavitamins
Smash B: Super Sheet
There's hardly any difference in the abilities of Mario and Dr. Mario, so choosing is largely a matter of taste. Dr. Mario is a tad slower due to his lack of exercise, but his Megavitamins pack a bit more punch than Mario's Fireballs. The capsules travel on a unique trajectory and make a distinct sound on impact.
63 Dr. Mario [Smash] Dr. Mario trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Up & B: Super Jump Punch
Down & B: Dr. Tornado
The differences between Dr. Mario and Mario are more pronounced in some areas than others, but basically they can be played in a similar fashion. While it may be hard to spot the contrasts, they do exist. For example, Dr. Mario's Super Sheet is longer and narrower than Mario's cape, and any opponents hit by Dr. Tornado will fly off in diverse directions.
91 Fire Flower Fire Flower trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Once you grab this item, press and hold down the A Button to make the flower breathe flames until its power gives out. The Fire Flower is incredibly useful when you want to push someone off the edge of a stage. In Super Mario Bros., it transformed Mario into Fire Mario, changing his garb and enabling him to throw fireballs.
98 Green Shell Green Shell trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Hit or throw a Green Shell, and it'll follow the contours of the environment, causing heavy damage to any characters it hits. These Koopa shells have many uses in the Mario series: they've been picked up, kicked, swallowed and even spit out. Mario just uses them as tools to pummel Bowser's numberless henchmen.
99 Red Shell Red Shell trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Throw a Red Shell, and it will home in on random characters and send them flying straight up. Red Shells moving around the surface are dangerous to all players, but they may also present attack chances for players with good timing and strategy. Red Shells won't leave the platform they're on once they start moving.
101 Freezie Freezie trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Mario Bros.
Arcade 1983
Freezies slip and slide along smooth surfaces and will happily slide off the edge of a stage if left alone. In Mario Bros., they would stop and freeze portions of the ground; in Super Smash Bros. Melee, they can be picked up and hurled as weapons. Hit a foe with a Freezie, and he or she will be temporarily encased in a huge block of ice.
103 Bob-omb Bob-omb trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros. 2
These little guys are just what they appear to be: walking bombs. Pick one up and hurl it for an incredibly potent attack. If no one picks them up, Bob-ombs light their own fuses and start wandering around armed and dangerous. In Super Mario 64, Bob-ombs chased Mario down once they noticed him. Pink Bob-ombs are nice and capable of speech.
105 Super Mushroom Super Mushroom trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Super Mario Bros. veterans will recognize these power-ups, which hid inside brick blocks and helped Mario and Luigi withstand enemy attacks. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, they temporarily turn your character into a giant. Not only will your size and strength increase, but so will your mass, making it harder for foes to knock you off.
106 Poison Mushroom Poison Mushroom trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario All-Stars
Poison Mushrooms made their debut in Super Mario All-Stars, where they'd cost characters a life if picked up. These nasty fungi are dark and foul-tasting, and in Super Smash Bros. Melee, they make you shrink on contact. With your diminished stature comes a loss of power and mass, making you a prime target to get smashed offscreen with even a light attack.
107 Starman Starman trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
This item makes you invulnerable to all attacks for a short period of time. The Starman bounces around and eventually tumbles out of the stage, but all you need to do is touch it to power up. It possessed similar powers in Super Mario Bros., except you could also harm enemies just by touching them while under its influence.
110 Metal Box Metal Box trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario 64
First spotted in Super Mario 64, the Metal Box holds the power to turn your character briefly into heavy metal. Your mass is exponentially greater while metallic, making it difficult for others to throw you. Be careful though: not only will you move a bit slower, but you'll also fall much more quickly than you ordinarily would.
152 Toad Toad trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Toad, Peach's longtime servant, first showed off his strength in Super Mario Bros. 2, then proved to be an agile driver in Super Mario Kart. There are many Toads in Peach's castle and across the Mushroom Kingdom, and although they look similar, they have varied natures. Not the best of guards, Toad must often be rescued.
153 Coin Coin Trophy Melee.png Mario Bros.
The Mushroom Kingdom is dotted with these mysterious coins. There seems to be an endless supply hidden in various blocks, and Mario gains an extra life when he manages to collect a hundred of them. No one can confirm whether or not these coins are actually used as the currency of the Mushroom Kingdom, but it's a safe assumption.
154 Vegetable Vegetable trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros. 2
These vegetables, which first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 2, can be plucked from the ground and hurled at enemies. Unlike regular veggies, they often sport eyes or even faces; in fact, when Princess Peach plucks them from the ground to use as projectiles, the expressions on their faces dictate how much damage they'll do.
155 Megavitamins Megavitamins trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Dr. Mario
Megavitamins come in six color combinations of red, blue, and yellow. Dr. Mario uses these capsules by tossing them into contaminated bottle to destroy viruses. The origin of these wonder pills is a mystery, but the most likely theory is that they're the result of Dr. Mario's lifelong efforts to find a cure for the common cold.
162 Princess Peach's Castle Princess Peach's Castle trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario 64
Princess Peach's magnificent royal castle appears to be inhabited solely by the princess and a multitude of Toads. Bowser tried to steal the castle's Power Stars in Super Mario 64, and in Paper Mario, the surly archfiend actually lifted the castle into the stratosphere with his own filthy fortress.
163 Banzai Bill Banzai Bill trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Bullet Bills are shot out of cannons and fly on straight paths. In great numbers they're a nightmare; while Mario can stop most with a single jump, the giant one, Banzai Bill, is much tougher to avoid. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, only Banzai Bills can be seen. They burrow into Princess Peach's castle and then detonate with immense power.
164 Lakitu Lakitu trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
These airborne menaces used to ride their clouds exclusively as Bowser's henchmen. They typically hover just out of Mario's reach and hurl Spinies with irritating precision. More recently, however, they've been known to take on less evil tasks, such as doing camera work for sports events and even helping Mario on his quests.
165 Pidgit Pidgit trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros. 2
Pidgits are wingless birds enchanted by the vegetable-hating Wart to be the bearers of bad dreams. They live in Subcon, a land contained within Mario's dreams, where they fly around on magic carpets. Mario and friends were able to use these carpets for short distances once they dislodged the piloting Pidgit.
166 Birdo Birdo trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros. 2
First seen in Super Mario Bros. 2, Birdo is known for shooting eggs and fireballs from her mouth. Mario and his friends would have to jump onto the eggs in midair, pick them up and throw them back at her. Long missing from the Nintendo scene, Birdo recently reappeared in Mario Tennis and Super Mario Advance.
193 Goomba Goomba trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Goombas are actually traitors who've defected from the Mushroom Kingdom's forces. They're a slow and predictable nuisance, as they always try to wander into Mario's path. Fortunately for Mario, they don't have much stamina, as a single jump on the head is generally enough to defeat them.
194 Koopa Troopa Koopa Troopa trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
Common soldiers in Bowser's army, Koopa Troopas can retreat into their shells. Unbelievable as it may seem, they're clearly unaware of being kicked and sent sliding when in this position. There are many Koopa types, each with a different shell color and unique traits. They all wear T-shirts and shorts under their shells.
195 Koopa Paratroopa Koopa Paratroopa trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros.
These winged Koopa Troopas can fly, but they're none too smart: they tend to spend a lot of their time simply jumping or fluttering around a small area. As a result, no one exactly thinks of them as majestic, soaring creatures. They lose their wings and become normal Koopa Troopas if Mario or Luigi jumps on their backs.
201 Raccoon Mario Raccoon Mario Trophy Melee.png Super Mario Bros. 3
In Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Leafs caused Mario to grow raccoon ears and a tail. By sprinting and rapidly wagging the tail, Mario gained the ability to fly for short periods. Like the Cape in Super Mario World, the tail also reduced the speed at which he fell, making midair moves easier. Needless to say, real raccoons were jealous.
202 Mario and Yoshi Mario & Yoshi trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario World
Yoshi was first introduced in Super Mario World, and the sight of Mario riding the helpful character soon became an enduring image. Despite his Cape, Mario can't fly while astride Yoshi. The pair can make huge jumps and drift slowly back to earth, though. As a last resort, Mario could leap off Yoshi's back to safety.
203 Metal Mario Metal Mario trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario 64
Mario was in for a surprise the first time he hit a Metal Box in Super Mario 64. The metal cap that popped out transformed Mario into living metal, giving him great stamina, a heavy tread, and the ability to walk underwater. In Super Smash Bros., Metal Mario showed up as an incredibly stubborn midlevel boss.
204 Paper Mario Paper Mario trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Paper Mario
The Star Rod: Bowser stole it, and Mario wants it back. Bowser vs. Mario is familiar for Mario aficionados, but Paper Mario is novel. What this game brings to the 3D polygon-filled gaming world is its art style: everything is wafer thin! What the visuals lack in realism, they more than make up for in unique artistry.
205 Wario Wario trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
An old acquaintance of Mario's. His failure to seize Mario's castle has fueled Wario's desire for a palace of his own. Wario has herculean strength and can do things that even Mario can't imitate. His unexpected skills include a talent with items and the ability to assume many roles, among them a snowman, a zombie, and a bat.
206 Plum Plum Trophy Melee.png Mario Golf
Plum is one of the first playable golfers in Mario Golf. She's not all that strong, so her drives tend to lack distance. On the other hand, her strike area is large and allows for refined control. She's a very stable golfer, both well balanced and easy to master, which makes her a favorite among beginners and pros alike.
207 Daisy Princess Daisy trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Land
The princess of Sarasa-land, Daisy met Mario when he helped defeat the evil alien Tatanga in Super Mario Land. Princess Daisy is a bit of a tomboy when compared with her counterpart, Princess Peach. After her appearance in Mario Golf, some gossips started portraying her as Luigi's answer to Mario's Peach.
208 Waluigi Waluigi trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Mario Tennis
This tall, thin, evil-looking guy seems to be Luigi's rival. He works hard at his mischief: Waluigi reportedly spent a lot of time training for his debut in Mario Tennis by honing his ability to antagonize the Mario brothers. While it's general knowledge that he's the same age as Luigi, his relationship to Wario is unclear.
209 Thwomp Thwomp Trophy Melee.png Super Mario Bros. 3
Thwomps spend most of their time suspended in midair, waiting. When Mario passes below, they crash down with amazing speed. As you may guess from their appearance, they're heavy and solid enough to make any attack on them futile. Small ones are called Thwimps: despite their weight, they often form groups and bounce around.
210 Boo Boo trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario Bros. 3
These shy spirits inhabit Mario's world and have been known to vanish or freeze when met face-to-face. In recent years, they seem to have overcome their fears in order to pursue tennis and other social activities. They usually appear in groups and fly in formation. From time to time, giant Boos make surprise appearances.
211 Koopa Clown Car Koopa Clown Car trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Mario World
Bowser's single-seat, personal airship doesn't exactly handle like a dream, but it wasn't designed to be sporty. The Koopa Clown Car was made to carry Bowser's huge weight, not to mention a logic-defying arsenal of massive bowling balls. In Super Mario World, Mario busted the Koopa Clown Car by pelting it with Mecha Koopas.
212 Viruses Viruses Trophy Melee.png Dr. Mario
These contagious viruses make life difficult for Dr. Mario. They infect everything they come into contact with, and the good doctor must attempt to neutralize them with his trusty megavitamins. Dr. Mario can stop these pesky germs by lining up the megavitamin capsules of the same color with the nasty microorganism.
213 Bucket Bucket Trophy Melee.png Mario and Wario
Japan Only
In Mario and Wario, an excellent game released only in Japan, this hidden item gets placed on Mario's head, rendering him sightless. The fairy Wanda then guides the helpless Mario past numerous obstacles to the goal. The M on the bucket becomes a W when turned upside down, signifying that Mario has fallen under Wario's wicked control.
214 Racing Kart Racing Kart Trophy Melee.png Super Mario Kart
The famous racing karts from the ever-popular Mario Kart racing series come loaded for speed with three different engine sizes: 50, 100, and 150 cc. The karts' handling differs with the characters driving them, but all of them utilize Mario Kart standards like drift, jump, and turbo. They're extremely durable and impossible to total.
274 Vacuum Luigi Vacuum Luigi trophy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Luigi's Mansion
In a strange twist of fate, Luigi wins a huge mansion in a contest he didn't even enter, and the place turns out to be haunted! After meeting a weird professor named Elvin Gadd, Luigi enters the place armed with a flashlight and a ghost-sucking vacuum cleaner. Mario's trapped somewhere in there! Can Luigi save him?

Game Order[edit]

# Name
1 Mario
2 Dr. Mario
3 Mario & Yoshi
4 Raccoon Mario
5 Metal Mario
6 Paper Mario
7 Peach
8 Luigi
9 Vacuum Luigi
10 Bowser
11 Toad
12 Wario
13 Daisy
14 Plum
15 Waluigi
16 Bob-omb
17 Thwomp
18 Lakitu
19 Banzai Bill
20 Goomba
21 Koopa Troopa
22 Koopa Paratroopa
23 Boo
24 Koopa Clown Car
25 Viruses
26 Birdo
27 Pidgit
28 Super Mushroom
29 Poison Mushroom
30 Fire Flower
31 Coin
32 Metal Box
33 Starman
34 Bucket
35 Freezie
36 Green Shell
37 Red Shell
38 Vegetable
39 Racing Kart
40 Megavitamins
41 Princess Peach's Castle
221 Mario [Smash]
222 Mario [Smash]
243 Luigi [Smash]
244 Luigi [Smash]
245 Bowser [Smash]
246 Bowser [Smash]
247 Peach [Smash]
248 Peach [Smash]
261 Dr. Mario [Smash]
262 Dr. Mario [Smash]


  • Unlike in Brawl and SSB4, all of the non-Smash trophies for the playable Mario cast are based on their appearances in their main series at the time of Melee's release.
  • As "Super Mario Bros. 2" refers to a completely different game between Japan and elsewhere, various differences and inconsistencies with listed games exist[1]:
    • The Bob-omb, Vegetable, Pidgit, Birdo, and Shy Guy trophies all state "Super Mario Bros. 2" in the English text and "Super Mario USA" in the Japanese text. While technically "Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic" would be more correct for either, it is true that the game is the characters' debut game in the Mario series.
    • The Poison Mushroom's debut game is identified as being "Super Mario Bros. 2" for the Japanese version and "Super Mario All-Stars" for the English version, as All-Stars includes the "Lost Levels", a remake of the Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 2.
  • Luigi's trophy states he debuted in the Arcade game Mario Bros., when he in reality debuted in Mario Bros. (Game & Watch). Outside of the shared name, both games have no relation to each other. It was released on March 13, 1983, three months prior to the arcade version's release[2].
  • The Coin description claims that it is unclear as to whether or not Coins are the official currency of The Mushroom World, even though they were used as such in both Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars and Paper Mario. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga would later introduce the idea of different kingdoms using different types of Coins as their own currency, an idea further solidified in Super Mario Odyssey.
  • In early versions of Melee, the Banzai Bill trophy is named "Bullet Bill", and says "all Bullet Bills [in Melee] are extra large" instead of naming Banzai Bills at all; in reality, Bullet Bill is a similar-looking, but unique enemy in the Mario series.
  • The Banzai Bill trophy states that the Banzai Bill came from Super Mario Bros., when it actually came from Super Mario World.
  • If one looks at the reflection on the Metal Mario trophy, one can see the Yoshi's Island stage.
  • As the Mario & Yoshi trophy was only distributed in Japan, it is otherwise unobtainable without the use of a hacking device.
  • The Mario & Yoshi trophy uses the characters' respective in-game models instead of the more simplified look of the Classic trophies.
  • The Mario & Yoshi trophy states that Cape Mario cannot fly while riding Yoshi, which is only partly true. Mario can fly with Yoshi in Super Mario World, but at the end of his ascent, the duo are forced to float down in a descent (Mario has the choice to hop off Yoshi, but he will still be restricted to floating down slowly).
  • The Daisy trophy description incorrectly claims she appeared in "Mario Golf" (for the N64 and Game Boy Color). This error is due to a mistranslation from the Japanese "Mario Open Golf"; it should have read "NES Open Tournament Golf".
    • Early versions of Melee feature an unusual feature on Daisy's trophy; if the player zooms in on her hair and looks at the back of her scalp, a third eye can be seen. A discovery via ripping the model from the game has shown that the trophy had multiple eye textures across her head, likely as a result of a UV mapping error. All of the eye textures were made invisible except one of them in back, creating the well-known third eye Daisy glitch. The last erroneous eye texture was ultimately removed in the 1.2 NTSC and PAL version of the game.[3]