List of spirits (Others)

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The following is the list of the Spirits that are left unsorted by game series in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. There are a total of 130 different games or series represented in the list. For the spirits available since the game release, the series are ordered by the console they debuted on and the year their first game (or in the case of some third-party series, Nintendo-published installment) released. For example, all series that debuted on the Game Boy are listed before the ones that debuted on the SNES/Super Famicom, regardless of whether an SNES series predates a Game Boy one.

Primary Spirits[edit]

No. Image Name Type Class Slot Base Power Max Power Base Attack Max Attack Base Defense Max Defense Ability Origin Game Acquisition
1,118
Tamagon devil world.png
Tamagon
Grab
902 4,513 415 2,076 487 2,437 No Effect Devil World •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,125
Fish Spirit.png
Fish
Grab
★★ 1,954 7,861 830 3,337 1,014 4,079 Electric Weakness Balloon Fight •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,126
Mach rider.png
Mach Rider
Shield
889 4,454 556 2,784 299 1,499 Speed ↑ Mach Rider •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,128
Takamaru.png
Takamaru
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,948 8,869 1,541 4,636 1,139 3,427 Sword Attack ↑ The Mysterious Murasame Castle •Purchase at Anna's Emporium for 4000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
1,130
Donbe hikari.png
Donbe & Hikari
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,502 6,012 751 3,006 751 3,006 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Shin Onigashima •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,131
Shin Donbe Spirit.png
Donbe & Hikari (Shin Onigashima Kouhen)
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 3,167 9,505 1,523 4,570 1,523 4,570 Stamina ↑ Shin Onigashima •Enhance the Donbe & Hikari spirit
1,135
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Andy
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,435 5,744 696 2,786 739 2,958 No Effect Advance Wars
(Artwork: Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,136
Eagle.png
Eagle
Attack
1,006 5,034 584 2,920 422 2,114 No Effect Advance Wars •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,137
Olaf.png
Olaf
Shield
953 4,768 386 1,931 567 2,837 No Effect Advance Wars
(Artwork: Game Boy Wars Advance 2)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,139
Goku & Chao.png
Goku & Chao
Shield
⬡⬡ 854 4,274 401 2,009 453 2,265 No Effect Yūyūki •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,140
Sukapon 3.png
Sukapon
Grab
★★★★ ⬡⬡ 4,251 10,630 2,106 5,265 1,905 4,764 Strong Throw Joy Mech Fight •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 15,000G
1,143
Sable Prince.png
Frog & Snake
Shield
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,574 6,299 653 2,614 921 3,685 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru Summon with cores from Prince Peasley, Winky, and Rattly
•Battle via World of Light (The Dark Realm)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,144
Prince of Sablé Spirit.png
Prince of Sablé
Shield
★★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 4,373 10,935 1,871 4,679 2,334 5,836 Transformation Duration ↑ Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru •Enhance the Frog & Snake spirit
1,145
Prince Richard Spirit.png
Prince Richard
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,798 8,416 1,581 4,755 1,217 3,661 No Effect Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,148
Satoru.png
Satoru
Grab
⬡⬡⬡ 842 4,216 463 2,319 379 1,897 No Effect Kousoku Card Battle: Card Hero •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,150
Stfalcon.png
ST Falcon
Attack
1,055 5,280 369 1,848 686 3,432 No Effect Battle Clash •Purchase at Sheldon's Place for 500SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
1,154
Dion Max and Jack.png
Dion, Max, & Jack
Neutral
⬡⬡⬡ 883 4,417 331 1,656 552 2,761 No Effect Marvelous: Mouhitotsu no Takarajima •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,157
Harry teleroboxer.png
Harry
Shield
1,031 5,162 486 2,432 506 2,532 Fist Attack ↑ Teleroboxer •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,160
Raymk3.png
Ray Mk II
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,427 5,710 856 3,426 571 2,284 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Custom Robo V2
(Artwork: Custom Robo Arena)
•Treasure Chest in World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,161
Ray MK III Spirit.png
Ray Mk III
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,864 8,594 1,584 4,752 1,170 3,512 Lightweight Custom Robo Arena •Enhance the Ray Mk II spirit
1,162
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Flare
Neutral
⬡⬡⬡ 941 4,712 489 2,447 416 2,084 Weight ↓ Custom Robo
(Artwork: Custom Robo V2)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,164
Saki Amamiya.png
Saki Amamiya
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,678 8,074 1,339 4,037 1,339 4,037 No Effect Sin and Punishment •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,168
Isaac Spirit.png
Isaac
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,534 7,622 1,495 4,497 1,039 3,125 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Golden Sun Summon with cores from Garet, Mia, and Ivan
•Battle via World of Light (The Final Battle - Light)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,169
Isaac (Dark Dawn) Spirit.png
Isaac (Dark Dawn)
Grab
★★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 4,667 11,672 2,544 6,362 1,661 4,154 Energy Shot Attack/Resistance ↑ Golden Sun: Dark Dawn •Enhance the Isaac spirit
1,170
Garet Spirit.png
Garet
Attack
1,096 5,486 593 2,968 404 2,020 Fire Attack ↑ Golden Sun •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,172
Mia Spirit.png
Mia
Shield
⬡⬡ 869 4,353 326 1,632 479 2,399 Water Attack ↑ Golden Sun •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,173
Felix.png
Felix
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,464 5,878 747 2,998 717 2,880 No Effect Golden Sun •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,175
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Matthew
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,544 6,198 903 3,626 641 2,572 No Effect Golden Sun: Dark Dawn •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,176
Magical Vacation Spirit.png
Magical Vacation Protagonists
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,797 7,214 916 3,679 881 3,535 No Effect Magical Vacation •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,178
Mokka Spirit.png
Mokka
Shield
★★ 1,724 6,923 569 2,286 1,058 4,246 Weight ↑ Magical Vacation
(Artwork: Magical Starsign)
•Purchase at Sheldon's Place for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
1,179
Demille.png
DeMille
Neutral
⬡⬡ 903 4,521 506 2,532 397 1,989 No Effect Tomato Adventure •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,181
Starfy.png
Starfy
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 3,078 9,281 1,628 4,908 1,332 4,016 Weight ↓ Densetsu no Stafy
(Artwork: The Legendary Starfy)
Summon with cores from Moe, Old Man Lobber, and Mermaid
1,182
Starly Spirit.png
Starly
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,784 7,161 798 3,202 918 3,684 Weight ↓ Densetsu no Stafy 3
(Artwork: The Legendary Starfy)
•Battle via World of Light (The Final Battle - Light)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,183
Moe.png
Moe
Shield
900 4,500 270 1,350 630 3,150 No Effect Densetsu no Stafy
(Artwork: The Legendary Starfy)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,192
Karate Joe Spirit.png
Karate Joe
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,639 7,942 1,015 3,055 1,523 4,582 Fist Attack ↑ Rhythm Tengoku
(Artwork: Rhythm Heaven Megamix)
•Battle via World of Light (The Dark Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,193
Wandering-Samurai.png
The Wandering Samurai
Attack
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,546 6,205 997 4,002 549 2,203 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Rhythm Tengoku
(Artwork: Rhythm Heaven Megamix)
Summon with cores from Sakura Samurai and Ghosts
1,194
Wandering Samurai Fever Spirit.png
Wandering Samurai (Rhythm Heaven Fever)
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3,170 9,537 1,879 5,652 1,057 3,179 Critical Hit ↑ Rhythm Heaven Fever •Enhance the The Wandering Samurai spirit
1,196
Chorus Kids Spirit.png
The Chorus Kids
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,648 7,987 1,184 3,571 1,363 4,109 Jump ↓ Rhythm Heaven
(Artwork: Rhythm Heaven Megamix)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,197
Munchymonk.png
Munchy Monk
Shield
955 4,783 511 2,559 444 2,224 No Effect Rhythm Heaven
(Artwork: Rhythm Heaven Megamix)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,198
Wrestlergirl.png
Reporter & Wrestler
Shield
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,547 6,211 828 3,323 719 2,888 No Effect Rhythm Heaven Fever •Battle via World of Light (Mysterious Dimension)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,200
Sumo Brothers.png
Sumo Brothers
Grab
⬡⬡ 806 4,038 438 2,191 323 1,619 Weight ↑ Rhythm Heaven Megamix •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,202
AlexandraRoivas.png
Alexandra Roivas
Grab
⬡⬡ 906 4,530 453 2,265 453 2,265 No Effect Eternal Darkness •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,203
Mappo (GiFTPiA).png
Mappo
Grab
858 4,293 405 2,025 405 2,025 Strong Throw Giftpia •Complete Challenge (Adventure): Awaken a fighter.
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,204
Sagi.png
Sagi
Neutral
⬡⬡⬡ 759 3,800 433 2,166 326 1,634 No Effect Baten Kaitos Origins •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,205
Milly.png
Milly
Neutral
⬡⬡ 855 4,278 470 2,353 385 1,925 No Effect Baten Kaitos Origins •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,206
Chibi Robo.png
Chibi-Robo
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,538 6,174 854 3,427 684 2,747 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Chibi-Robo!
(Artwork: Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash)
•Battle via World of Light (The Final Battle - Light)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
•Scan the Chibi-Robo amiibo
1,207
Super Chibi Robo Spirit.png
Super Chibi-Robo
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3,282 9,872 1,626 4,890 1,471 4,424 Thrown Items ↑ Chibi-Robo!
(Artwork: Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash)
•Enhance the Chibi-Robo spirit
1,209
Drake Redcrest.png
Drake Redcrest
Neutral
⬡⬡ 1,046 5,235 518 2,593 488 2,441 Weight ↓ Chibi-Robo!
(Artwork: Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,210
Chibi Tot Spirit.png
Chibi-Tot
Grab
1,129 5,654 494 2,474 592 2,963 Weight ↓ Chibi-Robo! Photo Finder
(Artwork: Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,211
Barbara.png
Barbara the Bat
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,675 8,047 1,525 4,587 1,150 3,460 No Effect Daigasso! Band Brothers
(Artwork: Jam with the Band)
Summon with cores from Rouge the Bat, Prince Saruno, and any SpiritTypeGrab.png core
1,214
Dr Kawashima Spirit.png
Dr. Kawashima
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,784 7,163 874 3,510 910 3,653 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,215
Dr Kawashima CT Spirit.png
Dr. Kawashima (Concentration Training)
Neutral
★★★★ ⬡⬡ 4,633 11,582 2,050 5,125 2,050 5,125 Unflinching Charged Smashes Brain Age: Concentration Training •Enhance the Dr. Kawashima spirit
1,222
Gauss Spirit.png
Warrior Mech Gauss
Attack
1,000 5,004 570 2,852 430 2,152 No Effect Chōsōjū Mecha MG •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,223
Kyle Hyde.png
Kyle Hyde
Shield
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,540 6,180 639 2,565 901 3,615 No Effect Hotel Dusk: Room 215
(Artwork: Last Window: The Secret of Cape West)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,224
Bacteria.png
Kurikin
Shield
880 4,407 391 1,959 424 2,122 Water Attack ↑ Kurikin Nano Island Story •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,227
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Aisya
Shield
⬡⬡ 990 4,950 495 2,475 495 2,475 No Effect ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat •Battle via World of Light (Molten Fortress)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,230
Welt.png
Welt
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,425 5,700 684 2,736 741 2,964 No Effect Soma Bringer •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,231
Trex Spirit.png
T-Rex
Attack
★★ 1,767 7,111 992 3992 675 2717 Weight ↑ Fossil Fighters •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,232
Fossilhunters.png
Nibbles
Attack
1,108 5,544 831 4,158 277 1,386 No Effect Fossil Fighters: Frontier •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,233
Glory Hero Spirit.png
Glory of Heracles Hero
Shield
★★ 1,753 7,055 1,052 4,233 701 2,822 No Effect Glory of Heracles •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,234
Heracles Spirit.png
Heracles
Attack
★★ 1,661 6,682 897 3,608 764 3,074 No Effect Tōjin Makyō Den: Heracles no Eikō
(Artwork: Glory of Heracles)
•Battle via World of Light (Temple of Light)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,242
Nick.png
Nick
Neutral
⬡⬡ 813 4,065 496 2,480 317 1,585 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Captain Rainbow •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,243
Captain Rainbow.png
Captain Rainbow
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,988 8,989 1,468 4,415 1,177 3,540 First-Strike Advantage Captain Rainbow •Enhance the Nick spirit
1,244
Raymondbryce.png
Raymond Bryce
Shield
⬡⬡⬡ 800 4,000 292 1,460 508 2,540 No Effect Disaster: Day of Crisis •Battle via World of Light (Mysterious Dimension)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,246
Orville Spirit.png
Orville
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,372 5,554 777 3,144 518 2,096 Magic Attack ↑ Takt of Magic •Purchase at Anna's Emporium for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
1,247
Frey and Freya.png
Frey & Freya
Attack
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,744 6,985 793 3,175 793 3,175 Sword Attack ↑ Zangeki no Reginleiv •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,250
Zael.png
Zael
Attack
★★ 1,747 7,034 961 3,869 786 3,165 No Effect The Last Story •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,251
Calista.png
Calista
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,575 6,300 693 2,772 882 3,528 No Effect The Last Story •Battle via World of Light (Dracula's Castle)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,252
Aeron Spirit.png
Aeron
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,793 7,200 977 3,924 816 3,276 No Effect Pandora's Tower •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,258
Mallo.png
Mallo
Grab
★★★ 2,705 8,156 1,365 4,117 1,187 3,578 Weight ↑ Pushmo
(Artwork: Crashmo)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,259
Sakura Samurai Spirit.png
Sakura Samurai
Shield
★★ 2,089 8,360 1,135 4,542 874 3,497 Weight ↓ Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,262
Dillon.png
Dillon
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,790 8,393 1,368 4,116 1,315 3,955 Speed ↑ Dillon's Rolling Western
(Artwork: Dillon's Dead Heat Breakers)
Summon with cores from Wheelie, Sandshrew, and any SpiritTypeAttack.png core
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,264
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Shovel Knight
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,963 8,933 1,037 3,126 1,926 5,807 No Effect Shovel Knight •Purchase at Timmy and Tommy's for 4000SP
•Scan the Shovel Knight amiibo
1,267
King Knight Spirit.png
King Knight
Shield
1,050 5,255 396 1,983 595 2,975 Weight ↑ Shovel Knight •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
•Scan the King Knight amiibo
1,268
Specter Knight.png
Specter Knight
Attack
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,795 7,206 1,104 4,432 691 2,774 No Effect Shovel Knight
(Artwork: Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
•Scan the Specter Knight amiibo
1,271
Allenn.png
Allen
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,506 6,029 768 3,075 738 2,954 No Effect Culdcept Revolt •Battle via World of Light (Dracula's Castle)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,272
Tempo Spirit.png
Tempo
Neutral
⬡⬡ 854 4,274 431 2,158 423 2,116 No Effect HarmoKnight •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,274
Nintendoji.png
Kageshina Kurabe
Neutral
⬡⬡⬡ 801 4,011 525 2,627 276 1,384 No Effect Nintendoji •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,280
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Tethu
Attack
★★ 1,741 7,006 940 3,783 801 3,223 No Effect Ever Oasis •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,282
Musashi Spirit.png
Musashi
Grab
⬡⬡ 953 4,767 572 2,860 381 1,907 No Effect Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,283
Wonder Red Spirit.png
Wonder-Red
Grab
★★ 1,741 7,006 888 3,573 853 3,433 No Effect The Wonderful 101 Summon with cores from Wonder-Blue and Drake Redcrest
1,284
Wonder-Blue.png
Wonder-Blue
Attack
1,104 5,521 657 3,285 447 2,236 No Effect The Wonderful 101 •Purchase at Anna's Emporium for 500SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
1,285
Rayman Spirit.png
Rayman
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,521 7,567 1,130 3,391 1,249 3,748 Jump ↑ Rayman
(Artwork: Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,293
Bomberman Spirit.png
Bomberman
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,688 8,107 1,882 5,675 806 2,432 No Effect Bomberman (1985)
(Artwork: Super Bomberman R)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,294
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Akira
Attack
★★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 3,966 9,918 2,098 5,245 1,716 4,292 Fist Attack ↑ Virtua Fighter •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 15,000G
1,296
Shantae (Spirit).png
Shantae
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,803 8,413 1,693 5,080 952 2,857 Magic Attack ↑ Shantae
(Artwork: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,317
Toy-Con Robot Spirit.png
Toy-Con Robot
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,881 8,647 1,760 5,280 1,011 3,035 Fist Attack ↑ Nintendo Labo: Robot Kit •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Nintendo Labo SMASH KIT"; available normally once obtained or since v4.0.0)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since v4.0.0)
1,347
Radiant Gleam.png
Radiant Gleam
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,761 7,051 931 3,725 731 2,927 Jump ↑ Daemon X Machina •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Arsenals at the Ready! DAEMON X MACHINA"; available normally once obtained or since January 29, 2020)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since January 29, 2020)
1,349
Bullet Walker.png
Bullet Walker (Brigadier General)
Shield
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,992 8,980 845 2,536 1,926 5,779 Shooting Items Power ↑ Daemon X Machina •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Arsenals at the Ready! DAEMON X MACHINA"; available normally once obtained or since January 29, 2020)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since January 29, 2020)
1,351
I Block Spirit.png
I-Tetrimino
Attack
★★★ 3,325 9,978 2,494 7,484 831 2,494 No Effect Tetris
(Artwork: Tetris 99)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Attack of the Tetriminos!"; available normally once obtained or since January 29, 2020)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since January 29, 2020)
1,353
Z Block Spirit.png
S-Tetrimino & Z-Tetrimino
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,782 7,150 891 3,575 891 3,575 No Effect Tetris
(Artwork: Tetris 99)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Attack of the Tetriminos!"; available normally once obtained or since January 29, 2020)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since January 29, 2020)
1,355
O Block Spirit.png
O-Tetrimino
Shield
1,320 6,600 330 1,650 990 4,950 No Effect Tetris
(Artwork: Tetris 99)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Attack of the Tetriminos!"; available normally once obtained or since January 29, 2020)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since January 29, 2020)
1,361
Ryo-Spirit.png
Ryo Sakazaki
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,881 8,647 1,593 4,781 1,178 3,534 Fist Attack ↑ Art of Fighting
(Artwork: Art of Fighting 3)
•Battle via DLC Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (since v6.0.0)
1,362
Kyo Kusanagi.png
Kyo Kusanagi
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3,242 9,755 1,651 4,967 1,297 3,902 Fire Attack ↑ The King of Fighters '94
(Artwork: The King of Fighters '98)
•Battle via DLC Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (since v6.0.0)
1,363
Iori Yagami.png
Iori Yagami
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3,065 9,224 1,769 5,322 1,179 3,548 Speed ↑ The King of Fighters '95
(Artwork: The King of Fighters '97)
•Battle via DLC Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (since v6.0.0)
1,364
Haohmaru.png
Haohmaru
Attack
★★★ 3,628 10,888 1,996 5,989 1,303 3,910 Sword Attack ↑ Samurai Shodown
(Artwork: Samurai Shodown II)
•Battle via DLC Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (since v6.0.0)
1,367
Ralf & Clark.png
Ralf & Clark
Shield
★★ 1,938 7,782 1,113 4,468 682 2,738 Shooting Items Power ↑ Ralf: TNK III
Clark: Ikari Warriors
(Artwork: Ikari Warriors)
•Battle via DLC Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (since v6.0.0)
1,372
Albert Wesker.png
Wesker
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,924 8,775 1,828 5,485 984 2,953 Fist Attack ↑ Resident Evil
(Artwork: Resident Evil 5)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Oust Resident Evil!"; available normally once obtained or since February 25, 2020)
•Purchased from the Vault Shop for 6000G (once obtained, or since February 25, 2020)
1,373
LeonRE.png
Leon
Shield
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,766 7,067 883 3,534 799 3,197 Item Throw ↑ Resident Evil 2
(Artwork: Resident Evil 4)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Oust Resident Evil!"; available normally once obtained or since February 25, 2020)
•Purchased from the Vault Shop for 1000G (once obtained, or since February 25, 2020)
1,374
Chris Redfield.png
Chris
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,780 7,128 907 3,630 742 2,970 Shooting Items Power ↑ Resident Evil
(Artwork: Resident Evil 6)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Oust Resident Evil!"; available normally once obtained or since February 25, 2020)
•Purchased from the Vault Shop for 1000G (once obtained, or since February 25, 2020)
1,376
AstralChainFemale.png
ASTRAL CHAIN Hero (Female)
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3,243 9,755 1,740 5,233 1,209 3,636 Sword Attack ↑ Astral Chain •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Chain the Future to Spirits!"; available normally once obtained or since April 20, 2020)
1,377
AstralChainMale.png
ASTRAL CHAIN Hero (Male)
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3,183 9,578 1,695 5,100 1,253 3,769 Shooting Items Power ↑ Astral Chain •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Chain the Future to Spirits!"; available normally once obtained or since April 20, 2020)
1,394
Kunio.png
Kunio
Attack
★★★ 3,193 9,608 1,858 5,590 1,213 3,694 Battering Items Power ↑ Renegade
(Artwork: River City Ransom)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "River City Smash"; available normally once obtained or since April 20, 2020)
1,395
Riki (River City).png
Riki (River City)
Shield
★★ 1,490 5962 874 3,497 559 2236 Fist Attack ↑ Renegade
(Artwork: River City Ransom)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "River City Smash"; available normally once obtained or since April 20, 2020)
1,397
Ryuichi & Ryuji.png
Ryuichi & Ryuji
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,491 7,475 1,114 3,342 1,282 3,846 Foot Attack ↑ River City Ransom •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "River City Smash"; available normally once obtained or since April 20, 2020)
1,398
CupheadSpirit.jpeg
Cuphead
Attack
★★★ 3222 9715 1641 4948 1343 4048 Shooting Items Power ↑ Cuphead •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Ready? Wallop!"; available normally once obtained or since June 9, 2020)
1,399
Mugman.jpeg
Mugman
Shield
★★★ 3162 9535 1566 4723 1417 4273 Jump ↑ Cuphead •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Ready? Wallop!"; available normally once obtained or since June 9, 2020)
1,402
Lotus Spirit.jpeg
Lotus
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1590 6362 596 2386 994 3976 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Warframe •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event Spirits in Black; available normally once obtained or since June 9, 2020)
1,403
Natah.png
Natah
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 3173 9523 1144 3434 1907 5723 Transformation Duration ↑ Warframe •Enhance the Lotus spirit
1,404
Ring Fit Trainees Spirit.jpeg
Ring Fit Trainees
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3063 9214 1576 4740 1370 4120 Fist Attack ↑ Ring Fit Adventure •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Spirits Fit for a Fight"; available normally once obtained or since July 21, 2020)
1,405
Dragaux Spirit.jpeg
Dragaux
Shield
★★★ 3246 9787 1469 4427 1623 4894 Weight ↑ ↑ Ring Fit Adventure •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Spirits Fit for a Fight"; available normally once obtained or since July 21, 2020)
1,422
Tressa Cyrus Spirit.jpg
Tressa & Cyrus
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2803 8413 1693 5080 952 2857 Magic Attack ↑ Octopath Traveler •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Second Anniversary of OCTOPATH TRAVELER")

Support Spirits[edit]

No. Image Name Class Cost Ability Origin Game Acquisition
1,115
Sheriff2.png
Sheriff ★★★★ Assist Killer Sheriff •Summon with cores from Wild Gunman, Gangster, Lady, & Policeman, any SpiritTypeNeutral.png core, and any two SpiritTypeSupport.png cores
•Treasure Chest in World of Light (The Light Realm)
1,116
Pitcher Batter Spirit.png
Pitcher & Batter Beastball Equipped Baseball •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,117
Tennis Player Spirit.png
Tennis Player Landing Lag ↓ Tennis •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,119
SSBU Spirits Devil.png
Devil ★★ ⬢⬢ Screen-Flip Immunity Devil World
(Artwork: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,120
Urbanchampionfighter.png
Urban Champion Fighter Fist Attack ↑ Urban Champion •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,121
Bubbles Spirit.png
Bubbles ⬢⬢ Screw Attack Equipped Clu Clu Land •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,122
Unira Spirit.png
Unira Unira Equipped Clu Clu Land •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,123
Excitebike.png
Excitebike ★★ Move Speed ↑ Excitebike •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,124
Balloonfighter.png
Balloon Fighter ★★ Jump ↑ Balloon Fight •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,127
Diskun.png
Diskun ★★★ ⬢⬢ Zap-Floor Immunity Famicom Disk System •Treasure Chest in World of Light (The Dark Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,129
Volleybalplayer.png
Volleyball Player Stamina ↑ Volleyball •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,132
Hockey Players Spirit.png
Hockey Players Freezie Equipped Ice Hockey •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,133
Monster Spirit.png
MONSTER Braking Ability ↑ Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,134
Tank Infantry Spirit.png
Tank & Infantry ★★ ⬢⬢ Super Scope Equipped Famicom Wars
(Artwork: Super Famicom Wars)
•Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board (only during "The More the Merrier" event)
1,138
Ayumi Spirit.png
Ayumi Tachibana Improved Escape Famicom Tantei Club: Kieta Kōkeisha
(Artwork: Famicom Tantei Club Part II: Ushiro ni Tatsu Shōjo)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,141
Yakuman.png
Yakuman Player Critical-Health Attack ↑ Yakuman •Complete Challenge (Other): Acquire a total of 5000G or more.
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,142
Commander X Spirit.png
Commander Staff Equipped X •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,146
Muddy mole mania.png
Muddy Mole Drill Equipped Mole Mania •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,147
Maruo.png
Maruhige Shop Owner ★★ Item Gravitation Trade & Battle: Card Hero
(Artwork: Kousoku Card Battle: Card Hero)
•Battle via World of Light (Mysterious Dimension)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,149
Dr Wright Spirit.png
Dr. Wright ★★★ ⬢⬢⬢ Ore Club Equipped SimCity (1991, SNES) •Complete Challenge (Spirits): Collect 777 unique spirits.
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,151
Ftype.png
F-Type Undamaged Speed ↑ Stunt Race FX •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,152
Tractor Trailer Spirit.png
Tractor Trailer Braking Ability ↑ Stunt Race FX •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,153
Lip.png
Lip ★★★ Lip's Stick Equipped Panel de Pon - Event Version
(Artwork: Panel de Pon)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,155
Hakkun Spirit.png
Hakkun Transformation Duration ↑ Sutte Hakkun •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,156
Komurasaki Spirit.png
Girl from Hajimari no Mori Super Leaf Equipped Hajimari no Mori •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,158
Ryota Hayami Spirit.png
Ryota Hayami Swimmer Wave Race 64
(Artwork: Wave Race: Blue Storm)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,159
Akari Hayami Spirit.png
Akari Hayami Impact Run 1080° Snowboarding
(Artwork: 1080° Avalanche)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,163
Bayonette.png
Bayonette ⬢⬢ Steel Diver Equipped Custom Robo V2 •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,165
Spirits isa jo.png
Isa Jo ★★ Beam Sword Equipped Sin & Punishment
(Artwork: Sin & Punishment: Star Successor)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,166
Helirin Spirit.png
Helirin ⬢⬢ Screw Attack Equipped Kuru Kuru Kururin
(Artwork: Kururin Squash!)
•Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 500SP
1,167
Alessandro Inzaghi.png
Alessandro Inzaghi Critical-Health Attack ↑ Napoleon •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,171
Ivan Spirit.png
Ivan Magic Attack ↑ Golden Sun •Purchase at Anna's Emporium for 500SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
1,174
Jenna Spirit.png
Jenna ★★ Shooting Items ↑ Golden Sun •Purchase at Anna's Emporium for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
1,177
Putty Spirit.png
Putty ★★ ⬢⬢ Weapon Resist ↑ Magical Vacation •Complete Challenge (Adventure): Open 20 treasure chests.
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,180
Tomatrio Spirit.png
Tomatrio Star Rod Equipped Tomato Adventure •Purchase at Beedle's Tent for 500SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
1,184
Spirits old man lobber.png
Old Man Lobber ★★ Mr. Saturn Equipped Densetsu no Stafy
(Artwork: The Legendary Starfy)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,185
Mermaid Spirit.png
Mermaid Water & Ice Attack ↑ Densetsu no Stafy
(Artwork: The Legendary Starfy)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,186
Mattel Spirit.png
Mattel Water/Freezing Resist ↑ Densetsu no Stafy 4 •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,187
Cupid Spirit.png
Cupid Staff Equipped Sennen Kazoku •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,188
Lil Blue Spirit.png
Li'l Blue Fire/Explosion Resist ↑ Chee-Chai Alien •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,189
Yama.png
Yama Aura Attack ↑ The Tower SP •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,190
Jill Drill Dozer Spirit.png
Jill & the Drill Dozer ★★ Bury Immunity Drill Dozer Summon with cores from Duster and Drill Man
1,191
Footballplayernintendo.png
Pocket Football Player ★★ Shooting Items ↑ Calciobit
(Artwork: Nintendo Pocket Football Club)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,195
Sick Beats Doctor Spirit.png
Sick Beats Doctor Critical-Health Defense ↑ Rhythm Tengoku
(Artwork: Rhythm Heaven Megamix)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,199
Baxter&co.png
Baxter & Forthington Rocket Belt Equipped Rhythm Heaven Fever
(Artwork: Rhythm Heaven Megamix)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,201
Pig(cubivore).png
Pig Improved Escape Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest •Complete Challenge (Classic Mode): Obtain 5 recovery items and clear Classic Mode.
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,208
Telly Spirit.png
Telly ★★ ⬢⬢ Screen-Flip Immunity Chibi-Robo!
(Artwork: Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,212
AshleyRobinsSpirit.PNG
Ashley Robbins ★★ ⬢⬢ Fog Immunity Another Code: Two Memories
(Artwork: Another Code: R – A Journey into Lost Memories)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,213
Hanenbow2.png
Hanenbow ★★ Jump ↑ Electroplankton •Purchase at Beedle's Tent for 1000SP
1,216
Drlube.png
Dr. Lobe ★★ Mr. Saturn Equipped Big Brain Academy •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,217
Oendan.png
Ouendan ★★ Critical-Health Stats ↑ Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan
(Artwork: Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii: Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,218
Ouendan Cheerleaders Spirit.png
Ouendan Cheerleaders ★★ Super Launch Star Equipped Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan
(Artwork: Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii: Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,219
Elite Beat Agenst Spirit.png
Elite Beat Agents ★★ Critical-Health Stats ↑ Elite Beat Agents •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,220
Elite Beat Diva Spirit.png
Elite Beat Divas ★★ Super Launch Star Equipped Elite Beat Agents •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,221
Satoru Amatsubo Spirit.png
Satoru Amatsubo Energy-Shot Attack ↑ Project Hacker: Kakusei •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,225
Master Fusui.png
Hsien Aura Resist ↑ Sujin Taisen: Number Battles •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,226
Magkid Spirit.png
Magkid Electric Resist ↑ Slide Adventure MAGKID •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,228
Num Diddly Spirit.png
Num Diddly Transformation Duration ↑ Make 10: A Journey of Numbers •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,229
Idea Spirit.png
Idea PSI Resist ↑ Soma Bringer •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,235
Chef.png
Chef (Personal Trainer: Cooking) ★★ ⬢⬢ Mouthful of Curry Shaberu! DS Oryōri Navi •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,236
Protagonist.png
Shop Assistant ★★ Super Launch Star Equipped Style Savvy •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,237
Vince Spirit.png
Vince ★★ Battering Items ↑ Art Academy
(Artwork: Art Academy: Lessons for Everyone!)
•Battle via World of Light (The Dark Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,238
Looksley Spirit.png
Looksley Magic Resist ↑ Looksley's Line Up •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,239
Prince Saruno Spirit.png
Prince Saruno Aura Resist ↑ Tsukutte Utau: Saru Band •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,240
Miomayu.png
Mio & Mayu Amakura ★★ Poison Damage Reduced Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly
(Artwork: Fatal Frame II: Deep Crimson Butterfly)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,241
Yuri kozukata fatal frame.png
Yuri Kozukata ★★★ Slumber Immunity Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,245
Beetle Spirit.png
Beetle Undamaged Speed ↑ Excitebots: Trick Racing •Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 500SP
1,248
Ando Kensaku Spirit.png
Ando Kensaku Electric Resist ↑ And-Kensaku •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,249
Zip Spirit.png
Zip ⬢⬢ Hothead Equipped FlingSmash •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,253
Elena Spirit.png
Elena ★★ Trade-Off Defense ↑ Pandora's Tower •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,254
Toy Poodle Spirit.png
Toy Poodle ★★ Stats ↑ after Eating Nintendogs
(Artwork: Nintendogs + Cats)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,255
Bulldog Nintendogs.png
French Bulldog ★★ Undamaged Attack ↑ Nintendogs + Cats •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,256
Labrador Retriever Spirit.png
Labrador Retriever ★★ Physical Attack ↑ Nintendogs
(Artwork: Nintendogs + Cats)
•Purchase at Beedle's Tent for 1000SP
1,257
Blueshark Spirit.png
BlueShark ⬢⬢ Steel Diver Equipped Steel Diver •Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 500SP
1,260
Nikki.png
Nikki ★★★ Shield Durability ↑ Swapnote
(Artwork: Nintendo News section)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,261
Noise.png
Noise PSI Resist ↑ Kiki Trick •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,263
Russ Spirit.png
Russ Rocket Belt Equipped Dillon's Rolling Western
(Artwork: Dillon's Dead Heat Breakers)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,265
Shield knight Spirit.png
Shield Knight ★★ ⬢⬢ Weapon Resist ↑ Shovel Knight •Purchase at Anna's Emporium for 1000SP
1,266
Plague Knight Spirit.png
Plague Knight Fire & Explosion Attack ↑ Shovel Knight •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
•Scan the Plague Knight amiibo
1,269
Culdra.png
Culdra ★★★ ⬢⬢ Poison Immunity Culdcept
(Artwork: Culdcept (2012))
•Battle via World of Light (Temple of Light)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,270
Goligan culdcept.png
Goligan ★★ Weapon Attack ↑ Culdcept
(Artwork: Culdcept (2012))
•Purchase at Anna's Emporium for 1000SP
1,273
Eddy Spirit.png
Eddy Water & Ice Attack ↑ Fluidity: Spin Cycle •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,275
InujiSpirit.png
Inuji Darumeshi Beastball Equipped Darumeshi Sports Shop •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,276
RustySpirit.png
Rusty Slugger Beastball Equipped Rusty's Real Deal Baseball •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,277
Arcade Bunny Spirit.png
Arcade Bunny ★★ Strong Throw Nintendo Badge Arcade •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,278
Qbby Spirit.png
Qbby ★★★ ⬢⬢⬢ Ore Club Equipped BoxBoy! •Purchase at Timmy and Tommy's for 4000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Scan the Qbby amiibo
1,279
Henry fleming codename steam.png
Henry Fleming Fire & Explosion Attack ↑ Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. •Purchase at Anna's Emporium for 500SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
1,281
Esna.png
Esna ★★★ ⬢⬢ Lava-Floor Immunity Ever Oasis •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,286
Snipclip.png
Clip & Snip ★★ Undamaged Attack ↑ Snipperclips •Complete Challenge (Adventure): Remove all obstacles in the Light Realm.
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,292
Boss galaga.png
Boss Galaga ★★ Bury Immunity Galaga Summon with cores from Swooping Snitchbug and Bandit
•Battle via World of Light (Mysterious Dimension)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
1,295
Rathalos monster hunter.png
Rathalos ★★ Air Attack ↑ Monster Hunter
(Artwork: Monster Hunter 4)
•Defeat the Forest Hill boss in World of Light
1,297
Risky Boots Spirits.png
Risky Boots ★★ Bob-omb equipped Shantae
(Artwork: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero)
•Battle via World of Light (Mysterious Dimension)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,318
Toy-Con Car Spirit.png
Toy-Con Car ★★ Dash Attack ↑ Nintendo Labo: Vehicle Kit •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Nintendo Labo SMASH KIT"; available normally once obtained or since v4.0.0)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since v4.0.0)
1,319
Professor Riggs Spirit.png
Professor Riggs & Plaise & Lerna Drill Equipped Nintendo Labo: Variety Kit •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Nintendo Labo SMASH KIT"; available normally once obtained or since v4.0.0)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since v4.0.0)
1,320
Toy-Con VR Goggles Spirit.png
Toy-Con VR Goggles ★★ ⬢⬢ Screen-Flip Immunity Nintendo Labo: VR Kit •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Nintendo Labo SMASH KIT"; available normally once obtained or since v4.0.0)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since v4.0.0)
1,348
Kloster.png
Kloster (Grief) ★★★ ⬢⬢ First-Strike Advantage Daemon X Machina •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Arsenals at the Ready! DAEMON X MACHINA"; available normally once obtained or since January 29, 2020)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since January 29, 2020)
1,350
High Line.png
High Line (Guns Empress) ★★ Move Speed ↑ Daemon X Machina •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Arsenals at the Ready! DAEMON X MACHINA"; available normally once obtained or since January 29, 2020)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since January 29, 2020)
1,352
T Block Spirit.png
T-Tetrimino ★★ ⬢⬢ Screen-Flip Immunity Tetris
(Artwork: Tetris 99)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Attack of the Tetriminos!"; available normally once obtained or since January 29, 2020)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since January 29, 2020)
1,354
L Block Spirit.png
L-Tetrimino & J-Tetrimino ★★ ⬢⬢ Irreversible Controls Tetris
(Artwork: Tetris 99)
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Attack of the Tetriminos!"; available normally once obtained or since January 29, 2020)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once or since January 29, 2020)
1,365
Nakoruru Spirit.png
Nakoruru ★★ Air Attack ↑ Samurai Shodown •Battle via DLC Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,366
Athena Asamiya.png
Athena Asamiya ★★★ ⬢⬢ Franklin Badge Equipped Psycho Soldier •Battle via DLC Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
1,375
Jill Valentine.png
Jill Lightweight Resident Evil
(Artwork: Resident Evil (2002))
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Oust Resident Evil!"; available normally once obtained or since February 25, 2020)
•Purchased from the Vault Shop for 500G (once obtained or since February 25, 2020)
1,378
Kyle Astral Chain.png
Kyle ★★ Trade-Off Attacks ↑ Astral Chain •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Chain the Future to Spirits!" or since April 20, 2020)
1,379
Lappy.png
Lappy Improved Escape Astral Chain •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Chain the Future to Spirits!" or since April 20, 2020)
1,396
Goda.png
Goda ⬢⬢ Instadrop River City Ransom •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "River City Smash" or since April 20, 2020)
1,400
DevilCuphead.jpeg
The Devil (Cuphead) ★★ ⬢⬢ Energy Shot Attack/Resistance ↑ Cuphead •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Ready? Wallop!"; available normally once obtained or since June 9, 2020)
1,401
KingDice.jpeg
King Dice Undamaged Speed ↑ Cuphead •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Ready? Wallop!"; available normally once obtained or since June 9, 2020)
1,406
Ring Spirit.jpeg
Ring ★★ Physical Attack ↑ Ring Fit Adventure •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Spirits Fit for a Fight"; available normally once obtained or since July 21, 2020)
1,411
Duran Angela Spirit.jpg
Duran & Angela ★★★ ⬢⬢ Critical-Health Stats ↑ ↑ Trials of Mana
(Artwork: Trials of Mana (2020))
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "The Spirits of Mana"; available normally once obtained or since August 4, 2020)
1,412
Kevin Charlotte Spirit.jpg
Kevin & Charlotte ★★★ ⬢⬢ KOs Heal Damage Trials of Mana
(Artwork: Trials of Mana (2020))
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "The Spirits of Mana"; available normally once obtained or since August 4, 2020)
1,413
Hawkeye Riesz Spirit.jpg
Hawkeye & Riesz ★★★ Easier Dodging Trials of Mana
(Artwork: Trials of Mana (2020))
•Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "The Spirits of Mana"; available normally once obtained or since August 4, 2020)
1,421
Alfyn Therion Spirit.jpg
Alfyn & Therion ★★★ ⬢⬢ Critical-Health Healing Octopath Traveler •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Second Anniversary of OCTOPATH TRAVELER")
1,423
Haanit Ophilia Spirit.jpg
H'aanit & Ophilia ★★★ ⬢⬢ Chance of Double Final Smash Octopath Traveler •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Second Anniversary of OCTOPATH TRAVELER")
1,424
Olberic Primrose Spirit.jpg
Olberic & Primrose ★★★ ⬢⬢ Critical-Health Stats ↑ ↑ Octopath Traveler •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Second Anniversary of OCTOPATH TRAVELER")

Spirit Battles[edit]

Spirit Battle parameters Inspiration
No. Image Name Enemy Fighter(s) Type Power Stage Rules Conditions Music
1,116
Pitcher Batter Spirit.png
Pitcher & Batter Ness NessHeadBlueSSBU.png
Lucas LucasHeadRedSSBU.png (×2)
Grab
1,700 Pokémon Stadium 2 (hazards off) •Item Tidal Wave
•Item: Sports
•The enemy favors side smash attacks
•The enemy starts the battle with a Home-Run Bat
•Certain items will appear in large numbers
Baseball (Training)
  • The blue Ness puppet fighter represents the Batter, who is depicted wearing a blue uniform in this spirit's artwork.
  • The red Lucas minion fighters represent the Pitcher and the Catcher, who are depicted wearing red uniforms in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage references the green baseball diamonds taking place in a stadium.
  • This spirit battle represents the game of baseball, and by connection, the game based on the sport. The Ness puppet fighter starting off with a Home-Run Bat and the first battle condition references Ness using a baseball bat as his side smash while Lucas uses a stick in a similar manner.
1,117
Tennis Player Spirit.png
Tennis Player Daisy DaisyHeadBlueSSBU.png
Shield
2,200 Pokémon Stadium (Ω form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Color TV-Game 15) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy favors side smash attacks
Tennis (Training)
  • The blue Daisy puppet fighter represents the Tennis Player in the foreground, who is depicted wearing a blue uniform in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage references the tennis courts taking place in a stadium.
  • The puppet fighter's favored smash attacks references Daisy using a tennis racket in her downward angled side smash attack.
  • This spirit battle represents the game of tennis, and by connection, the game based on the sport. The Color TV-Game 15 Assist Trophy enemy represents the digital game of table tennis.
1,118
Tamagon devil world.png
Tamagon •Tiny Ridley RidleyHeadGreenSSBU.png
•Clear Richter RichterHeadGreenSSBU.png
Grab
1,500 Mario Bros. •Item: Throwing Types •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy favors neutral specials
•The enemy is invisible
Clu Clu Land
  • The green Ridley puppet fighter represents Tamagon, the green-colored winged playable character in Devil World.
  • The stage references both Devil World and Mario Bros. being classic 8-bit games.
  • The music references both Devil World and Clu Clu Land sharing the same composer, Akito Nakatsuka.
  • This spirit battle references Tamagon's ability to breathe fire after collecting a Cross power-up in Devil World (referenced by Ridley's favored Plasma Breath and Richter's Cross).
1,119
SSBU Spirits Devil.png
Devil Ridley RidleyHeadGreenSSBU.png
Kirby KirbyHeadRedSSBU.png (×2)
Shield
3,900 75m (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Devil) •Hostile assist trophies will appear 25m Theme
  • With the Devil appearing as the Assist Trophy enemy, the green Ridley puppet fighter represents Tamagon, the green-colored playable character of Devil World.
  • The Kirby minion fighters represent the Medaman, one of the enemy monsters from Devil World.
  • The stage and music reference both Donkey Kong and Devil World being a classic 8-bit game. This is also referenced by the Pac-Maze-themed section where the Devil's spirit is located in World of Light.
1,120
Urbanchampionfighter.png
Urban Champion Fighter Little Mac LittleMacHeadBlackSSBU.png
Attack
2,100 New Donk City Hall (Ω form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Kapp'n) •Timed battle (1:39)
•Hostile assist trophies will appear after a little while
•The enemy doesn't like to jump
Wrecking Crew Retro Medley
  • The Little Mac puppet fighter references both the Urban Champion Fighter and Little Mac being champion boxer fighters.
  • The stage references the city setting of Urban Champion.
  • The music references both Urban Champion and Wrecking Crew sharing the same composer Hirokazu Tanaka.
  • The timed stamina battle is set at 1:39, referencing the 99 second time limit for each match in Urban Champion.
  • The Kapp'n Assist Trophy enemy references the police cars from Urban Champion where police cars would not only drive past occasionally, causing both players to reset positions, but would also arrest and take away whichever player was closest to losing when the time ran out.
1,121
Bubbles Spirit.png
Bubbles Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
1,800 75m (Battlefield form) •Item: Unira •The enemy is easily distracted by items Clu Clu Land
  • The Pac-Man puppet fighter likely references Pac-Man being the inspiration for Clu Clu Land. The puppet fighter and its red costume references both Pac-Man and Bubbles the Bubblefish being spherical characters who share a red color scheme.
  • The stage references both Donkey Kong and Clu Clu Land being classic 8-bit games. This is also referenced by the Pac-Maze-themed section where Bubbles' spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The music references Bubbles' appearance in Clu Clu Land.
  • The Unira item and the battle condition references the gameplay of Clu Clu Land where Bubbles must stun and push the Uniras to kill them.
1,122
Unira Spirit.png
Unira Kirby Team KirbyHeadGreenSSBU.png (×4)
Attack
1,800 75m •Item Tidal Wave
•Item: Unira
•Certain items will appear in large numbers
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Clu Clu Land
  • The green Kirby Team represents Unira, the green-colored enemies of Clu Clu Land who appears as the item.
  • The stage references both Donkey Kong and Clu Clu Land being classic 8-bit games.
  • The music references the Unira's appearance in Clu Clu Land.
1,123
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Excitebike Wario Team (×4) (WarioHeadRedSSBU.png,WarioHeadYellowSSBU.png,WarioHeadGreenSSBU.pngx2)
Attack
3,800 Mario Circuit N/A •The enemy favors side specials Excitebike - Mario Kart 8
  • The Wario Team represents the different Excitebike racers in Excitebike, with thenumber of puppet fighters representing the number of racers appearing in the game.
  • The stage references the Excitebike games being a motocross racing game. The stage and music also references Excitebike Arena, a racing course in Mario Kart 8 which is heavily based on Excitebike. This is also referenced by the raceway where the Excitebike spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The puppet fighter's favored Wario Bike references the main gameplay mechanic of Excitebike where the player rides their motorbike across the arena.
1,124
Balloonfighter.png
Balloon Fighter Villager Team VillagerHeadCyanSSBU.png (×4)
Shield
4,500 Balloon Fight N/A •Timed battle (1:30)
•The enemy favors up specials
•The enemy has increased jump power
Balloon Fight Medley
  • The Villager Team's favored Balloon Trip references how the Villager's up special is based off of the Balloon Fighters in Balloon Fight. The puppet fighter's cyan costume references the cyan coloration of the Balloon Fighter's helmet and shirt.
  • This spirit battle represents the main setting and gameplay of Balloon Fight where the player flies around the stage with balloons attached to their back.
1,125
Fish Spirit.png
Fish King Dedede KingDededeHeadCyanSSBU.png
Grab
3,900 Balloon Fight N/A •The enemy's neutral special has increased power
•Timed battle (1:30)
•The enemy favors neutral specials
Balloon Fight Medley
  • The King Dedede puppet fighter represents the Fish, a hazard in Balloon Fight with giant lips. The puppet fighter's cyan costume features a purple coloration, referencing the Fish's blue-and-pink color scheme.
  • The stage and music represent the Fish's appearance in Balloon Fight. The stage also references the Fish appearing as a stage hazard.
  • The puppet fighter's favored Inhale references the Fish's ability to swallow any player who floats too close to the water.
  • In World of Light, the Fish spirit is located in a lake where it is occupied by fish-themed spirits.
1,126
Mach rider.png
Mach Rider Captain Falcon CaptainFalconHeadBlackSSBU.png
Shield
1,700 Port Town Aero Dive N/A •The enemy has increased move speed
•The enemy starts the battle with a Super Scope
Mach Rider
  • The Captain Falcon puppet fighter references both Captain Falcon and Mach Rider being racer characters who wear red racing helmets. The puppet fighter's black costume references the black coloration of the Mach Rider's motorbike.
  • Coincidentally, the Captain Falcon puppet fighter and the stage references both F-Zero and Mach Rider being a vehicular game, with the elements of Mach Rider being used in the F-Zero series. This is also referenced by the raceway where the Mach Rider spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The music references the Mach Rider's appearance in the titular game.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Super Scope,referencing the Mach Rider's machine gun.
1,127
Diskun.png
Diskun Young Link YoungLinkHeadRedSSBU.png
Pit PitHeadYellowSSBU.png
Simon SimonHeadRedSSBU.png
Samus SamusHeadBlueSSBU.png
Attack
9,100 Temple (Battlefield form) N/A •Take your strongest team into this no-frills battle Famicom Medley
  • This spirit battle represents fighting against the characters that debuted on the Famicon Disk System, which Diskun was a mascot of. The Young Link puppet fighter represents Link's youthful appearance in the original The Legend of Zelda, while the rest of the puppet fighters' costume colors references the original coloration of their debut appearance.
  • The stage represents the Temples in Zelda II: The Adventures of Link which was featured on the Famicom Disk System.
1,128
Takamaru.png
Takamaru Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 3223, Takamaru Wig, Takamaru Outfit, Low Voice Type 1)
Attack
9,200 Suzaku Castle (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Takamaru)
•Item: Swords
•The enemy's melee weapons have increased power
•Hostile assist trophies will appear when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy has increased move speed
The Mysterious Murasame Castle Medley
  • The Mii Swordfighter puppet fighter's costume represents Takamaru, the samurai and main protagonist of The Mysterious Murasame Castle. Takamaru himself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The stage and music references the main setting of The Mysterious Murasame Castle.
  • The Sword items and the first battle condition reference Takamaru's role as a sword-wielding samurai.
  • The third battle condition represents the fast walking speed in The Mysterious Murasame Castle.
1,129
Volleybalplayer.png
Volleyball Player Wii Fit Trainer Team WiiFitTrainerHeadRedSSBU.png (×6)
Grab
1,900 Pokémon Stadium (Ω form) N/A •The enemy favors side specials
•Defeat an army of fighters
Training Menu - Wii Fit U
  • The Wii Fit Trainer's red costume represents the Volleyball Player, who is depicted with a red uniform in this spirit's artwork. The number of puppet fighters references the volleyball teams being made up of six players.
  • The stage references the volleyball courts taking place in stadiums.
  • This spirit battle represents the game of volleyball, and by connection, the game based on it. The puppet fighter's favored Header references the spike which the players use consistently, despite the different ball.
1,130
Donbe hikari.png
Donbe & Hikari Young Link YoungLinkHeadCyanSSBU.png
Villager VillagerHeadPinkSSBU.png
Falco FalcoHeadOrangeSSBU.png
Diddy Kong DiddyKongHeadBlueSSBU.png
Duck Hunt DuckHuntHeadTanSSBU.png
Neutral
3,500 Duck Hunt (hazards off) N/A •Defeat an army of fighters Shin Onigashima Medley
  • The Young Link and Villager puppet fighters each represents the young heroes of Shin Onigashima, Donbe & Hikari respectively. The Link puppet fighter's cyan costume references Donbe's cyan color scheme.
  • The minion fighters represent the animal allies Donbe & Hikari recruit through the course of Shin Onigashima: Ringo the dog, Matsunosuke the monkey, and Ohana the pheasant (each represented respectively by Duck Hunt, Diddy Kong, and Falco). Coincidentally, these animals are the same species that the Japanese folk hero Momotarō encounters throughout his journey.
  • The stage represents the 8-bit setting of Shin Onigashima. This is also referenced by the grassy pathway in the Sacred Land where Donbe & Hikari's spirit is located in World of Light.
1,132
Hockey Players Spirit.png
Hockey Players Dr. Mario DrMarioHeadBlueSSBU.png
Donkey Kong DonkeyKongHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Luigi LuigiHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Attack
1,500 Pokémon Stadium (Ω form) •Slippery Stage •The stage's platforms are very slippery Core Luge
  • The puppet fighters and their white costume/coloration represents the Hockey Players featured in this spirit's artwork (with Dr. Mario representing the shorter hockey player, Luigi representing the taller, lankier hockey player, and Donkey Kong representing the bigger hockey player).
  • The stage references the game of ice hockey taking place in a stadium.
  • The music references both hockey and core luge being icy, winter sports.
  • The Slippery Stage rule and battle references the slick surface of a typical ice hockey rink.
1,133
Monster Spirit.png
MONSTER •Giant Roy Team (×4) (BowserJrHeadRoySSBU.png BowserJrHeadMortonSSBU.pngBowserJrHeadIggySSBU.pngBowserJrHeadWendySSBU.png)
Attack
1,900 Mushroomy Kingdom N/A •The enemy favors side specials
•The enemy is giant
Title Theme - 3D Hot Rally
  • The Giant Koopaling Team references both the Koopa Clown Car and MONSTER being oversized vehicles.
  • The stage references the desert track inFamicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally.
  • The puppet fighter's favored Clown Kart Dash references MONSTER's maximum speed.
1,134
Tank Infantry Spirit.png
Tank & Infantry •Metal Iggy BowserJrHeadIggySSBU.png
Snake SnakeHeadGreenSSBU.png (×2)
Attack
3,900 Gerudo Valley N/A •The enemy favors neutral specials
•The enemy is metal
Garage
  • The Metal Iggy puppet fighter references both Iggy and the soldier in the Tank piloting a vehicle outfitted with various weapons.
  • The green Snake minion fighters references both Snake and the Infantry being soldiers who wear green-colored camouflage.
  • The stage references the valley setting of Famicom Wars.
  • The music references both Famicom Wars and Tank Troopers being vehicular combat games featuring tanks.
1,135
AndySpirit.PNG
Andy Dr. Mario DrMarioHeadRedSSBU.png
•Tiny Snake SnakeHeadRedSSBU.png (×8)
Grab
3,400 Halberd (Ship deck) •Health Recovery
•Item: Exploding Types
•The enemy is healed when the enemy's at high damage
•Defeat an army of fighters
Filled with Hope
  • The red Dr. Mario puppet fighter represents Andy, a red shirt-wearing commanding officer with the power to restore HP to his units. The Health Recovery rule references these abilities as well.
  • The Tiny Snake minion fighters represent Andy's Orange Star Units in Advance Wars. The minion fighters' frequent use of explosive-based attacks, and the Explosive Type items reference the military theme of Advance Wars.
  • The stage's ship deck references the battleship, a type of Naval Unit used in Advance Wars.
  • The music references both Advance Wars and Steel Diver being games which utilizes naval warfare.
  • In World of Light, Andy's spirit is located outside of the military base. This references Andy's involvement with the military as the Military Base is occupied by army-based spirits.
1,136
Eagle.png
Eagle Captain Falcon CaptainFalconHeadCyanSSBU.png
Attack
1,800 Corneria •Defense ↑
•Attack Power ↑
•Item: Shooting Types
•The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
•The enemy has increased defense after a little while
•The enemy starts the battle with a Staff
Garage
  • The Captain Falcon puppet fighter references both Captain Falcon and Eagle being pilots named after birds of prey. The puppet fighter's cyan costume references the blue coloration of Eagle's outfit.
  • The stage and the Shooting Type items references Eagle's specialty in aerial combat.
  • The music references both Famicom Wars and Tank Troopers being vehicular combat games.
  • The Defense ↑ and Attack Power ↑ rules and battle conditions reference Eagle's CO abilities which increases the attack and defense of his Air Units.
1,137
Olaf.png
Olaf Ice Climbers IceClimbersHeadBlueSSBU.png
Shield
2,200 Summit (Battlefield form) •Move Speed ↓
•Hazard: Ice Floor
•The floor is frozen
•You have reduced move speed after a little while
•The enemy starts the battle with a Steel Diver
Filled with Hope
  • The Ice Climbers puppet fighter represents Olaf, the leader of Blue Moon in Advance Wars who also wears a coat insulated with wool. The puppet fighter's blue costume references the blue coloration of Olaf's outfit.
  • The stage, Ice Floor hazard, and Move Speed ↓ rule and battle condition represent Olaf's specialty in winter combat where he uses Snow to slow down his opponents.
  • The music references both Advance Wars and Steel Diver being vehicular combat games which involves arctice areas.
1,138
Ayumi Spirit.png
Ayumi Tachibana Villager VillagerHeadBlueSSBU.png
Shield
2,300 Town and City •Item: Smoke Ball
•Hazard: Fog
•The stage is covered in fog Route 10 - Pokémon Black / Pokémon White
  • The blue Villager puppet fighter represents Ayumi Tachibana, the assistant detective in the Famicom Tantei Club series.
  • The stage likely references Myoujin village, the main setting of Famicom Tantei Club: Kieta Kōkeisha.
  • The music is heard at Route 10 from Pokémon Black & White which features a large cliff, likely referencing the beginning of Famicom Tantei Club where the main protagonist is found at the bottom of a cliff.
1,139
Goku & Chao.png
Goku & Chao Diddy Kong DiddyKongHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Villager VillagerHeadBlueSSBU.png
Shield
1,600 Town and City •Item: Golden Hammer •Reinforcements will appear during the battle
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Yūyūki Medley
  • The Diddy Kong and blue Villager puppet fighters each represent Goku & Chao respectively, with the Diddy Kong puppet fighter referencing both Diddy Kong and Goku being simian characters.
  • The Villager puppet fighter starting off with a Black Hole and the Golden Hammer item references the ending of Disk 1 of Famicom Mukashi Banashi: Yūyūki where Goku's friends are being sucked into a waterspout, but then Chao arrives and gives Goku the Mallet of Light.
  • The stage references the small village in China, Chao's home village in Yūyūki.
1,140
Sukapon 3.png
Sukapon Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (180 HP) (Moveset 1111, Bear Hat, Bear Suit)
Grab
13,700 Coliseum •Attack Power ↑
•Assist Trophy Enemies (Sukapon)
Stamina battle
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
Clu Clu Land
  • With Sukapon appearing as the Assist Trophy enemy, the Mii Gunner puppet fighter's costume represents Sukapon's scientific creator, Dr. Little Emon.
  • The stage references the Colosseum stage from Joy Mech Fight.
  • The music references both Joy Mech Fight and Clu Clu Land being classic 8-bit games.
  • The stamina battle condition represents the traditional fighting game style of Joy Mech Fight.
1,141
Yakuman.png
Yakuman Player Villager Team VillagerHeadYellowSSBU.png (×4)
Attack
2,000 Tomodachi Life •Item: Daybreak Parts •The enemy is easily distracted by items Yūyūki Medley
  • The Villager Team represents the four players required for mahjong as Yakuman is based on the tile game.
  • The stage likely references the Japanese architecture of the 1920's when mahjong was first introduced in Japan.
  • The Daybreak Parts items and the battle condition references the goal of Japanese mahjong by taking points from other players until a winning hand is made, whereas the "Yakuman" is a rare and valuable winning hand composed of different tiles than a normal hand.
1,142
Commander X Spirit.png
Commander Little Mac LittleMacHeadWireSSBU.png
Shield
2,300 Lylat Cruise •Assist Trophy Enemies (Andross) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Tunnel Scene - X
  • The Wire Little Mac puppet fighter references the 3D wireframe graphics of X.
  • The stage, music, and Andross Assist Trophy enemy likely reference how X and Star Fox were both built on the same technology and developed by Argonaut Games.
1,143
Sable Prince.png
Frog & Snake Greninja GreninjaHeadGreenSSBU.png
King K. Rool KingKRoolHeadBlueSSBU.png
Shield
3,600 Dream Land GB (Castle Lololo interior) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Sablé Prince) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Kirby Retro Medley (Castle Lololo)
  • The Greninja and King K. Rool puppet fighters represent the Frog & Snake respectively, the two transformations taking by the Sablé Prince, this spirit's enhanced form. The Sablé Prince himself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The stage references Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru being released exclusively for the Game Boy with the Castle Lololo layout representing either Eclair Palace or the Sablé Prince's royal status.
1,145
Prince Richard Spirit.png
Prince Richard Young Link YoungLinkHeadCyanSSBU.png
Neutral
9,900 Dream Land GB •Temporary Invincibility
•Assist Trophy Enemies (Sablé Prince)
•The enemy will occasionally be invincible after a little while
•The enemy can unleash powerful critical hits at random
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
Kirby Retro Medley (Castle Lololo)
  • The Young Link puppet fighter represents Prince Richard, the friendly rival of the Sablé Prince, who appears as the Assist Trophy enemy. The puppet fighter and his blue costume references Prince Richard's youth and blue color scheme.
  • The stage references Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru being released exclusively for the Game Boy with the Castle Lololo layout representing either Eclair Palace or Prince Richard's royal status.
  • The Temporary Invincibility rule and battle condition references Prince Richard being transformed into a frog where, while in this form, certain enemies are unable to fight the Sablé Prince.
  • The second battle condition likely represents the ability to use items in combat for large damage, or Prince Richard's superior fighting skills at the start of the game.
  • In World of Light, Prince Richard spirit's is located in the Pac-Maze-themed section. This references Prince Richard debuting as an 8-bit character.
1,146
Muddy mole mania.png
Muddy Mole Donkey Kong DonkeyKongHeadRedSSBU.png
Grab
1,700 The Great Cave Offensive (Battlefield form) •Item: Pitfall •Take your strongest team into this no-frills battle Kirby Retro Medley (Float Islands)
  • The Donkey Kong puppet fighter references both Donkey Kong and Muddy Mole being mammalian creatures wearing red neckties.
  • The stage and Pitfall item references the gameplay mechanic of Mole Mania where Muddy Mole digs tunnels underground.
  • The stage also features tropical elements and the music uses the "Float Islands" theme, likely referencing the Beach level in Mole Mania.
1,147
Maruo.png
Maruhige Shop Owner Mario MarioHeadYellowSSBU.png (140 HP)
Shield
3,700 Pac-Land (Battlefield form) •Item: Assist Trophy Stamina battle
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Welcome Center
  • The Builder Mario puppet fighter references the Maruhige Shop Owner bearing similarities with Mario, including his mustage and his real name, Maruo.
  • The stage's 8-bit aesthetic references Trade & Battle: Card Hero being released on the Game Boy Color.
  • The Assist Trophy items and the stamina battle condition reference the main gameplay of the Card Hero games where the player summons monsters using Monster Cards and must attack the opponent until their HP drops to zero.
1,148
Satoru.png
Satoru Shulk ShulkHeadBlackSSBU.png
Mewtwo MewtwoHeadBrownSSBU.png
Ridley RidleyHeadMetaSSBU.png
Bowser BowserHeadBlackSSBU.png
Grab
1,700 Pokémon Stadium 2 •Move Speed ↓ •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy's melee weapons have increased power
•Reinforcements will appear during the battle
Worthy Rival Battle
  • The Shulk puppet fighter represents Satoru, the main protagonist of Kousoku Card Battle: Card Hero.
  • The Mewtwo minion fighter represents Death Tube.
  • This spirit battle references the gameplay of the Card Hero games where the player summons their monsters using their Monster Cards and must use them to defeat their opponent.
1,149
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Dr. Wright Villager Team (×6) (VillagerHeadYellowSSBU.pngVillagerHeadGreenSSBU.pngVillagerHeadCyanSSBU.pngVillagerHeadBlueSSBU.pngVillagerHeadPurpleSSBU.pngVillagerHeadChartreuseSSBU.png)
Attack
9,500 New Donk City Hall (Ω form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Dr. Wright) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•Defeat an army of fighters
Light Plane (Original)
  • With the Dr. Wright Assist Trophy appearing as the Assist Trophy enemy, the Villager Team and stage represents the inhabitants of the city in SimCity.
  • The music references both Pilotwings and SimCity sharing the same composer, Soyo Oka.
1,150
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ST Falcon Samus SamusHeadBlueSSBU.png
Attack
1,900 Port Town Aero Dive •Item: Super Scope •The enemy starts the battle with a Super Scope Marionation Gear
  • The Samus puppet fighter references both Samus's Power Armor and the ST Falcon being human-shaped machines. The puppet fighter's blue costume references the ST Falcon's blue color scheme.
  • The stage references the futuristic roads many of the fights in Battle Clash take place on.
  • The music references both Battle Clash and Chōsōjū Mecha MG being games featuring giant battling mechas.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Super Scope, referencing Battle Clash requiring the use of the actual Super Scope to play it. The Super Scope also references the light-gun shooter gameplay of Battle Clash where the player can shoot either rapid fire shots or more powerful charged shots.
1,151
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F-Type Roy BowserJrHeadRoySSBU.png
Shield
2,200 Figure-8 Circuit N/A •Timed battle (1:00)
•The enemy has increased move speed and reduced weight
Title Theme - 3D Hot Rally
  • The Roy Koopa puppet fighter's Koopa Clown Car features a red-and-white color scheme, referencing the red-and-white color scheme of the F-Type.
  • The puppet fighter and the second battle condition references the F-Type, a vehicle in '"Stunt Race FX which has one of the fastest speeds in the game, but is the weakest at taking damage.
  • The stage and music references the racing genre of Stunt Race FX.
1,152
Tractor Trailer Spirit.png
Tractor Trailer Morton BowserJrHeadMortonSSBU.png
Attack
1,900 Moray Towers N/A •The enemy's side special has increased power
•The enemy favors side specials
Excite Truck
  • The Morton puppet fighter features a black-and-white color scheme, referencing the Tractor Trailer's black-and-white color scheme.
  • The stage references the building resembling Moray Towers in Console City where the Tractor Trailer's spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The music references the racing genre of Stunt Race FX, as well as the Tractor Trailer's model of a semi-truck.
  • The puppet fighter's favored Clown Kart Dash and first battle condition references the Tractor Trailer being a powerful semi-truck known for being the least maneuverable vehicle in Stunt Race FX.
1,153
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Lip Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 3122, Lip Wig, Lip Outfit, High Voice Type 4)
Jigglypuff JigglypuffHeadPinkSSBU.png
Grab
9,200 Garden of Hope (hazards off) •Flowery
•Item: Lip's Stick
•Defeat the main fighter to win
•You constantly take minor damage
•The enemy starts the battle with a Lip's Stick
Lip's Theme - Panel de Pon
  • The Mii Swordfighter puppet fighter's costume represents Lip and her signature flower, Lip's Stick, which appears as the item.
  • The puppet fighter's moveset references different gameplay mechanics in Panel de Pon, which includes: Blurring Blade (referencing Panels being popped one after another); Airborne Assault (referencing how the Panels are moved left or right on the cursor); Skyward Slash Dash (referencing the Cursor being able to be move in different directions); and Reversal Slash (referencing how the Panels can be swapped and rearranged).
  • The Jigglypuff minion fighter represents Furifuri the Rabbit, who shares a similar resemblance and jump animation, with the puppet fighter jumping higher in this spirit battle. The minion fighter also likely represents Watabou the Fluffy who, like Jigglypuff, falls slowly.
  • The stage references the title screen and Lip's stage in Panel de Pon.
  • The music represents Lip's theme song in Panel de Pon.
  • The flowery effect references the mechanic of sending Garbage Blocks to opponents in Panel de Pon.
1,154
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Dion, Max, & Jack Villager VillagerHeadYellowSSBU.png
Luigi LuigiHeadBlueSSBU.png
Wario WarioHeadClassicGreenSSBU.png
Neutral
1,800 Tortimer Island •Item: Beastball •Take your strongest team into this no-frills battle Village of the Blue Maiden
  • The puppet fighters represent fighting against the protagonists of Marvelous: Mohitotsu no Takarajima: Dion, Jack, and Max (represented by the Villager, Luigi, and Wario, respectively).
    • The Villager puppet fighter references both Villager and Dion being short and youthful. The puppet fighter's yellow costume referenes the yellow coloration of Dion's blonde hair.
    • The Luigi puppet fighter references both Luigi and Jack being taller and lankier. The puppet fighter's blue costume references the blue coloration of Jack's hair.
    • The Wario puppet fighter's classic green costume references both Wario and Max being overweight characters who wears green overalls.
  • The stage references Camp Island, the main setting of Marvelous.
  • The Beastball item represents the baseball that Dion throws in Marvelous.
1,155
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Hakkun Kirby KirbyHeadBlueSSBU.png
Attack
2,100 Yoshi's Island •Invisibility •Timed battle (2:00)
•You are invisible after a little while
Flower Field
  • The Kirby puppet fighter references both Kirby and Hakkun sharing the ability to alter their physical appearances after sucking up certain items. The puppet fighter's blue coloration references Hakkun's blue color scheme.
  • The stage and music represents Yoshi's Island a game that was released on the SNES, the Nintendo game console which also released Sutte Hakkun.
  • The Invisibility rule and battle condition refernces Hakkun being transparent, but will change colors after sucking up the colors of bottles and blocks before transferring the colors elsewhere.
1,156
Komurasaki Spirit.png
Girl from Hajimari no Mori Villager VillagerHeadGreenSSBU.png
Ness NessHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Shield
2,300 Duck Hunt (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Fog •The stage is covered in fog
•The enemy favors down specials
Yūyūki Medley
  • The green Villager and Ness puppet fighters represent the Girl and the nameless protagonist from Hajimari no Mori respectively.
  • The stage references the pixelated aesthetic of Hajimari no Mori.
  • The music references the Japanese aesthetic of both Yūyūki and Hajimari no Mori.
  • The Villager puppet fighter's favored Timber and stage references Donguri Forest, the forest where the Girl and her tribe of yokai, the Ayakashi, lived and hoped to restore the forest to it's former state, before the trees were cut down for lumber. This is also referenced by the Poison Woods where the Girl's spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The Fog hazard references Hajimari no Mori featuring a few scenes set in a mysterious fog.
1,157
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Harry Little Mac LittleMacHeadWireSSBU.png
Mega Man MegaManHeadRedSSBU.png
Shield
1,900 Boxing Ring N/A •The enemy's punches and elbow strikes have increased power Tunnel Scene - X-Scape
  • The Wire Little Mac puppet fighter represents the player of Teleroboxer, who appears in this spirit's artwork.
  • The red Mega Man minion fighter represents Harry, the red-colored robot the player controls using Telerobotics.
  • The music references both X-Scape and Teleroboxer being games which features a first person point-of-view.
  • This spirit battle references the boxing theme and main gameplay mechanic of Teleroboxer where the player controls Harry and uses him to participate in robot boxing matches against other robotic boxers.
1,158
Ryota Hayami Spirit.png
Ryota Hayami Shulk ShulkHeadOrangeSSBU.png
Attack
1,800 Wuhu Island (Jetski starting line) •Slippery Stage
•Buoyancy Reduced
•You can't swim
•The stage's platforms are very slippery
Wii Sports Resort
  • The Shulk puppet fighter represents Ryota Hayami, a jet-skier from the Wave Race series who, like Shulk, wears a vest. The puppet fighter's orange costume features Shulk's hair turning orange, refrencing the reddish coloration of Ryota's hair.
  • The stage, rules, and battle conditions represents the main gameplay of the Wave Race series where the player controls a jet ski across the seas. The stage also references the shores of the Alolan Islands where Ryota's spirit is located in World of Light.
1,159
Akari Hayami Spirit.png
Akari Hayami Wii Fit Trainer WiiFitTrainerHeadRedSSBU.png
Shield
1,800 Summit •Slippery Stage
•Item: Freezie
•The stage's platforms are very slippery Golden Forest
  • The Wii Fit Trainer puppet fighter represents Akari Hayami, a snowboarder from the 1080° series.
  • The music references Akari's appearance in 1080° Snowboarding.
  • The stage, Slippery Stage rule, and Freezie item represent the main gameplay of the 1080° series where the player snowboards down a mountain. This is also referenced by the frozen mountain where Akari's spirit is located in World of Light.
1,160
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Ray Mk II Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 3212, Ray Mk III Helmet, Ray Mk III Outfit, No Voice)
Grab
3,600 Pokémon Stadium 2 (hazards off) N/A •The enemy's ranged weapons have increased power
•The enemy favors special moves
•The enemy starts the battle with a Rocket Belt
Marionation Gear
  • The Mii Gunner puppet fighter's costume represents Ray Mk II's upgraded form and this spirit's enhanced form, Ray Mk III.
  • The puppet fighter's moveset references Ray Mk II's moveset in Custom Robo V2 which includes: Grenade Launch (referencing Straight Bomb S), Stealth Burst (referencing Sniper Gun), Lunar Launch (referencing Ground Legs), and Bomb Drop (referencing Speed Pod P).
  • The stage references both Custom Robo and Pokémon being games where battling is used as a common sport.
  • The music references Ray Mk II's appearances in the Custom Robo series.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Rocket Belt, referencing Ray Mk II's jetpack.
1,162
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Flare Samus SamusHeadPinkSSBU.png (120 HP)
Neutral
1,800 Pokémon Stadium N/A Stamina battle
•The enemy starts the battle with a Ray Gun
•The enemy starts the battle with a Rocket Belt
Marionation Gear
  • The Samus puppet fighter refrences both Samus and Flare being female characters who pilots their mechanical suits. The puppet fighter's pink costume references Flare's color scheme.
  • Similar to the battle with Ray Mk II, references both Custom Robo and Pokémon being games where battling is used as a common sport.
  • The music references Flare's appearances in the Custom Robo series.
  • The stamina battle condition represents the battle gameplay of the Custom Robo series where each player must deplete the opponent's robot's HP to 0.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Ray Gun and Rocket Belt, referencing Flare's arm-mounted blaster and jetpack.
1,163
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Bayonette Dark Samus DarkSamusHeadYellowSSBU.png (70 HP)
Samus SamusHeadBlueSSBU.png (70 HP)
Attack
1,900 Mushroomy Kingdom (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy's side special has increased power
Stamina battle
•The enemy favors side specials
Marionation Gear
  • The yellow Dark Samus and blue Samus puppet fighters each represents Lance and Spear, the twin Striker Vanishers that merged to create Bayonette.
  • The stage references the Desert Palace,a desert-themed Holosseum in Custom Robo Arena which features a desert setting and a ruined castle.
  • The music references Bayonette's appearances in the Custom Robo series.
  • The stamina battle condition represents the battle gameplay of the Custom Robo series where each player must deplete the opponent's robot's HP to 0.
  • The first and third battle condition references Bayonette's Twin Bombs attack.
1,164
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Saki Amamiya Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 2121, Saki Amamiya Wig, Saki Amamiya Outfit, Normal Voice Type 1)
Attack
9,200 Moray Towers (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy's ranged weapons have increased power Opening Stage
  • The Mii Gunner puppet fighter's costume represents Saki Amamiya, the main protagonist of the Sin and Punishment series.
  • The stage and music references the near-future Tokyo setting of Sin and Punishment.
  • The battle condition references the rail shooting gameplay of the Sin and Punishment games, as well as Saki's skill with his gun/sword hybrid, the Dolphin.
1,165
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Isa Jo Shulk ShulkHeadBlueSSBU.png
Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 2222, Saki Amamiya Wig, Saki Amamiya Outfit, Normal Voice Type 1)
Shield
3,600 Midgar (hazards off) N/A •The enemy starts the battle with a Ray Gun
•The enemy starts the battle with a Rocket Belt
Opening Stage
  • The Shulk puppet fighter starting off with a Ray Gun and a Rocket Belt represents Isa Jo, who uses a jetpack to hover above aground.
  • The Mii Gunner minion fighter's costume represents Saki Amamiya, Isa's father, though they do not appear alongside each other in Sin & Punishment: Star Successor.
  • The stage represents the futuristic Tokyo setting of Sin & Punishment: Star Successor.
1,167
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Alessandro Inzaghi Snake SnakeHeadBlackSSBU.png
Shield
1,900 Pirate Ship •Attack Power ↑ •The enemy has increased attack power when the enemy's at high damage Filled with Hope
  • The Snake puppet fighter references both Snake and Alessandro Inzaghi being members of a militia organization.
  • The stage and music references Napoleon, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, and Steel Diver being games which features an oceanic setting, with the stage's ship resembling the Napoleonic-era naval warships.
1,168
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Isaac Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1222, Isaac Wig, Isaac's Outfit, High Voice Type 1)
Palutena PalutenaHeadCyanSSBU.png
Robin RobinHeadGreenSSBU.png
Roy RoyHeadYellowSSBU.png
Grab
8,900 Wuhu Island (Swaying Bridge) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Isaac) •The enemy's magic attacks have increased power
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
•Reinforcements will appear during the battle
Battle Scene / Final Boss - Golden Sun
  • The Mii Swordfighter puppet fighter's costume represents Isaac, the protagonist of Golden Sun. Isaac himself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The minion fighters represent Isaac's party members in Golden Sun: Garet, Ivan, and Mia (each represented respectively by Roy, Robin, and Paultena).
  • The stage references Mt. Aleph, a dormant volcano featured in Golden Sun, with the bridge layout referencing the bridges leading to Isaac's home village of Vale.
  • The first battle condition references the Psynergy abilities, a form of magic used in the Golden Sun series.
1,170
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Garet Roy RoyHeadYellowSSBU.png
Attack
2,500 Temple (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Lava Floor •The floor is lava
•The enemy starts the battle with a Fire Flower
Battle Scene / Final Boss - Golden Sun
  • The Roy puppet fighter references both Roy and Garet being warriors who utilizes fire-based attacks. The puppet fighter's yellow costume references the yellow coloration of Garet's tunic.
  • The stage references both the Temple from The Legend of Zelda and the Sol Sanctum from Golden Sun being dungeons in their respective game series
  • This spirit battle references Garet being a Mars Adept, who mostly specializes in fire-based attacks.
1,171
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Ivan Robin RobinHeadGreenSSBU.png
Attack
2,300 Onett •Hazard: Heavy Wind •Dangerously high winds are in effect after a little while
•The enemy starts the battle with a Gust Bellows
Battle Scene / Final Boss - Golden Sun
  • The Robin puppet fighter references both Robin and Ivan beig mages who utilizes magic-based attacks. The puppet fighter's green costume references the green coloration of Ivan's cape.
  • The stage references Vault, the town where Ivan is recruited in Golden Sun.
  • This spirit battle references Ivan being a Jupiter Adept, who mostly specializes in wind-based attacks.
1,172
Mia Spirit.png
Mia Palutena PalutenaHeadCyanSSBU.png
Shield
2,200 Delfino Plaza (Large Island) N/A •Timed battle (1:00)
•The enemy shields often
•The enemy can heal by shielding attacks
Battle Scene / Final Boss - Golden Sun
  • The Palutena puppet fighter refrences both Palutena and Mia utilizing magic-based attacks while wielding a magic staff. The puppet fighter's cyan costume references the cyan coloration of Mia's robes.
  • The stage and battle conditions references Mia being a Mercury Adept, a Water Seer class series mage who mostly specializes in healing magic.
1,173
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Felix Marth MarthHeadGreenSSBU.png
Neutral
3,500 Coliseum •Item Tidal Wave
•Earthquake
•Periodic earthquakes will shake the stage
•Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while
Battle Scene / Final Boss - Golden Sun
  • The Marth puppet fighter references both Marth and Felix being warriors who wields a long sword. The puppet fighter's green costume references the green coloration of Felix's tunic.
  • The stage, the Earthquake rule, and the POW Block item in the Item Tidal Wave rule references Felix being a Venus Adept, who mostly specializes in earth-based attacks. This is also referenced by the badlands where Felix's spirit is located in World of Light.
1,174
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Jenna Zelda ZeldaHeadRedSSBU.png
Shield
3,500 Temple (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Isaac) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy favors side specials
Battle Scene / Final Boss - Golden Sun
  • The Zelda puppet fighter references both Zelda and Jenna utilizing magic-based attacks. The puppet fighter's red costume references the red coloration of Jenna's outfit.
  • The stage references both the Temple from The Legend of Zelda and the Sol Sanctum from Golden Sun being dungeons in their respective game series.
  • The puppet fighter's favored Din's Fire references Jenna being a Mars Adept, who mostly specializes in fire-based attacks.
  • The Isaac Assist Trophy enemy references how Jenna would become the wife of Isaac between the events of Golden: The Lost Age and Dark Dawn.
1,175
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Matthew Chrom ChromHeadBlackSSBU.png
Grab
3,600 Coliseum •Item: Hothead •Take your strongest team into this no-frills battle Weyard
  • The Chrom puppet fighter references both Chrom and Matthew each being part of the family where one of their past members is the main protagonist of the first game in their respective series (i.e. Marth in Fire Emblem, Isaac in Golden Sun).
  • The stage references Matthew being a Venus Adept, who specializes in earth-based attacks.
  • The music references Matthew's appearance in Golden Sun: Dark Dawn.
  • The Hothead item is likely a joke reference to the Golden Sun series due to the Hothead's similar appearance to the sun.
1,176
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Magical Vacation Protagonists Villager (×2) (VillagerHeadYellowSSBU.pngVillagerHeadGreenSSBU.png)
Grab
3,800 Smashville N/A •The enemy is easily distracted by items Attack - Soma Bringer
  • The yellow and green Villager puppet fighters each represents the male and female protagonists of Magical Vacation.
  • The stage references the Magical Starsign series having a significant amount of anthropomorphic animal characters.
  • The music references both Soma Bringer and Magical Vacation being role-playing games.
  • The Items enabled in this spirit battle, including Fire Flowers, Freezies, Lightning, Pitfalls, and Gust Bellows each reference the respective magical elements in the Magical Starsign series: Fire, Water, Lightning, Earth/Wood, and Wind.
1,177
Putty Spirit.png
Putty Wii Fit Trainer WiiFitTrainerHeadMaleGreenSSBU.png
Grab
4,400 Smashville •Slippery Stage •Timed battle (1:00)
•The enemy tends to avoid conflict
•Melee weapons aren't very effective against the enemy
Attack - Soma Bringer
  • The Male Wii Fit Trainer puppet fighter references both the Wii Fit Trainer and Putty being pale humanoid characters with unreadable facial expressions.
  • Similar to the battle with the Magical Vacation Protagonists, the stage references the Magical Starsign series having a significant amount of anthropomorphic animal characters.
  • The music references both Soma Bringer and Magical Vacation being role-playing games.
  • The Slippery Stage rule and the battle conditions references the Traveling Putty in Magical Starsign traveling the
1,178
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Mokka R.O.B. ROBHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
3,700 Great Plateau Tower •Move Speed ↓ •You have reduced move speed Attack - Soma Bringer
  • The R.O.B. puppet fighter references both R.O.B. and Mokka being robot characters. The puppet fighter's yellow coloration references Mokka's color sscheme seen in-game of Magical Starsign.
  • The stage features Hyrule Castle in the background, referencing the Will-o'-the-Wisp Academy, a castle-like academy where Mokka is enrolled in Magical Starsign.
  • The music references both Soma Bringer and Magical Vacation being role-playing games.
  • The Move Speed ↓ rule and battle condition references Mokka's low speed stat.
1,179
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DeMille •Bunny Isabelle IsabelleHeadBlueSSBU.png
Neutral
1,800 Yoshi's Island (Melee) •Item: Maxim Tomato •The enemy becomes more powerful after eating
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Attack and Run!
  • The Isabelle puppet fighter references both Isabelle and DeMille having a similar yellow color scheme. The puppet fighter wears a Bunny Hood and wears a blue costume, referencing DeMille wearing a blue outfit with bunny ears on his helmet.
  • The stage references the artistic aesthetic to Tomato Adventure.
  • The music references both Tomato Adventure and Mario & Luigi being developed by the same company, AlphaDream. The music also references Tomato Adventure being a spiritual predecessor to the Mario & Luigi
  • The Maxim Tomato item references Tomato Adventure being centered around tomatoes.
1,180
Tomatrio Spirit.png
Tomatrio Kirby (×3) (KirbyHeadRedSSBU.pngKirbyHeadYellowSSBU.pngKirbyHeadGreenSSBU.png)
Attack
1,600 Yoshi's Island (Melee) (Battlefield form) •Item: Maxim Tomato •The enemy is easily distracted by items Mixed-Up Scramble
  • The three Kirby puppet fighters references both Kirby and the Tomatrio being small, round characters. The puppet fighter's coloration references the similar color scheme of the Tomatrio seen in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage references the artistic aesthetic to Tomato Adventure.
  • The music references both Tomato Adventure and Mario & Luigi being developed by the same company, AlphaDream. The music also references Tomato Adventure being a spiritual predecessor to the Mario & Luigi
  • The Maxim Tomato item references Tomato Adventure being centered around tomatoes.
1,182
Starly Spirit.png
Starly Jigglypuff JigglypuffHeadPinkSSBU.png
Neutral
3,800 Tortimer Island (Battlefield form) •Temporary Invincibility •The enemy will occasionally be invincible after a little while Tortimer Island Medley
  • The Jigglypuff puppet fighter references both Jigglypuff and Starly being pink-colored characters with round eyes. The puppet fighter wears a bow on its head, referencing the bow Starly wears on her head.
  • The stage and music references the oceanic setting of The Legendary Starfy series.
  • The Temporary Invincibility rule and battle condition are likely joke references to the Super Star's invincibility effect, as both the Super Star and Star are star-shaped.
1,183
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Moe Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
1,600 Tortimer Island N/A •The enemy shields often
•The enemy's shield has extra durability
Tortimer Island Medley
  • The Pac-Man puppet fighter references the shape of Moe's clam shell resembling Pac-Man's Classic Form.
  • The stage and music references the oceanic setting of The Legendary Starfy series.
  • The battle conditions references Moe's protective outer shell.
1,184
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Old Man Lobber Wario WarioHeadClassicRedSSBU.png (×3)
Shield
3,800 Tortimer Island N/A •The enemy's throws have increased power
•The enemy favors grabs and throws
Tortimer Island Medley
  • The Wario puppet fighter and his red costume references Old Man Lobber being a red-colored character with a large mustache.
  • The stage and music references the oceanic setting of The Legendary Starfy series. This is also referenced by the beach of Alolan Island where Old Man Lobber's spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The battle conditions are a joke references to Old Man Lobber's namesake and the main gameplay mechanic of World 2 in The Legendary Starfy where the player must throw around (or "lob") boulders to progress.
1,185
Mermaid Spirit.png
Mermaid Inkling InklingHeadPinkSSBU.png
Shield
1,700 Wuhu Island (Rocks at sea) N/A •The enemy heals over time Tortimer Island Medley
  • The Inkling puppet fighter references both Inkling and the Mermaid being humanoid aquatic characters. The puppet fighter's pink costume features the Inkling's hair turning pink, refencing the Mermaid's pink hair.
  • The stage references the legends of mermaids where they reside by the rocks at sea and use their singing to lure sailors to their doom.
  • The Autoheal battle condition references to the Mermaid's ability to heal the player when interacted with in The Legendary Starfy.
  • In World of Light, the Mermaid spirit is located in a lake where it is occupied by fish-themed spirits.
1,186
Mattel Spirit.png
Mattel Kirby KirbyHeadRedSSBU.png
Grab
1,800 Delfino Plaza (Large Island) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Starfy) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Tortimer Island Medley
  • The Kirby puppet fighter references both Kirby and Mattel being pink characters with round eyes. The puppet fighter's red coloration references Mattel's deep pink color scheme.
  • The stage and music references the oceanic setting and music references the oceanic setting of The Legendary Starfy series.
  • The Starfy Assist Trophy enemy references how Starfy had a crush on Mattel in The Legendary Starfy 4.
1,187
Cupid Spirit.png
Cupid Pit Team PitHeadBlueSSBU.png (×4)
Shield
2,000 Skyworld N/A •The enemy favors neutral specials Afternoon on the Island
  • The Pit Team, their favored Bow of Light, and the stage references both Pit and Cupid being angelic characters armed with a bow and arrow.
  • The music references both Tomadachi Life and Sennen Kazoku being life simulation games which takes place in an urban setting.
1,188
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Li'l Blue Alph OlimarHeadAlphSSBU.png
Shield
1,600 Hanenbow •Hazard: Low Gravity •Gravity is reduced Electroplankton (Remix)
  • The Alph puppet fighter references both characters appearing in games where they appear tiny compared to their environment.
  • The stage references the visual aesthetic of Chee-Chai Alien.
  • The Low Gravity hazard references Li'l Blue being an alien that originated from space.
1,189
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Yama Luigi LuigiHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Villager VillagerHeadCyanSSBU.png (×2)
Attack
2,000 Tomodachi Life •Item: Ore Club
•Hazard: Heavy Wind
•Dangerously high winds are in effect after a little while
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Title Theme - NES Remix 2
  • The Luigi puppet fighter references both Luigi and Yama being lanky characters with a big nose. The puppet fighter's white costume features a grey shirt, referencing Yama's grey-and-white color scheme.
  • The stage references the main setting of The Tower SP taking place in a tall, populated building.
  • The Heavy Wind hazard and Ore Club item likely reference a skyscraper's design to be wind-resistant as it reaches higher altitudes.
1,191
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Pocket Football Player •Tiny Villager Team VillagerHeadYellowSSBU.png (×11)
Shield
3,900 Pokémon Stadium 2 (Ω form) •Item: Soccer Ball •The enemy's kicks and knee strikes have increased power
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
•Defeat an army of fighters
Wii Sports Series Medley
  • The Tiny Villager Team represents the required number of players on a football team to have on the field, which in this case, is eleven. The puppet fighter's yellow costume features a striped pattern, referencing the Pocket Football Player's striped outfit.
  • This spirit battle references the game of associated football (soccer in different countries) in Calciobit. The stage also references the football stadium where the Pocket Football Player spirit is located in World of Light.
1,192
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Karate Joe Ryu RyuHeadCyanSSBU.png
Attack
9,200 Suzaku Castle (Ω form) •Item Tidal Wave •The enemy's punches and elbow strikes have increased power
•The enemy's kicks and knee strikes have increased power
•The enemy favors smash attacks
Rhythm Boxing
  • The Ryu puppet fighter and the battle conditions references both Ryu and Karate Joe being robed martial artists who utilizes kicks, uppercuts, and sweeps in their respective series.
  • The stage references both Street Fighter and Karate Man being martial arts-themed games.
  • The music references Karate Joe's appearance in the Rhythm Fever series.
  • The Crate items in the Item Tidal Wave rule reference Joe's training where he practices a kicking move on a barrel with a bomb inside, as one of the three Explosive Crates enabled in this spirit battle is an Exploding Crate.
1,195
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Sick Beats Doctor Dr. Mario DrMarioHeadBlueSSBU.png
Shield
2,200 Wrecking Crew •Assist Trophy Enemies (Ghosts)
•Hazard: Poison Cloud
•The stage is covered in a poisonous cloud
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
Chill (Brawl)
  • The Doctor Mario puppet fighter represents the Sick Beats Doctor, the main character from his original minigame, Sick Beats.
  • The stage features a green coloration, referencing the green background of Sick Beats.
  • The music references both Dr. Mario and Sick Beats being games where the main objective is to destroy the viruses.
  • The Ghosts Assist Trophy enemy references the viruses the Sick Beats Doctor must destroy in Sick Beats.
  • The Poison Cloud hazard references the spread of airborne viruses which can sicken and weaken their hosts.
1,196
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The Chorus Kids Jigglypuff JigglypuffHeadWhiteSSBU.png (×3)
Grab
9,100 Wii Fit Studio N/A •The enemy favors up specials
•The enemy is giant
•The enemy has increased attack power
Monkey Watch
  • The three Jigglypuff puppet fighter represents the three Chorus Kids from their original minigame, Glee Club. The puppet fighters' different sizes references the slightly skewed perspective of the Glee Club minigame, with the ones on the right being larger than the ones on the left.
  • The stage references the featureless white room, the setting of Glee Club.
  • The puppet fighter's favored Sing references the Chorus Kids singing in a choir.
1,197
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Munchy Monk Ken KenHeadBlueSSBU.png
•Tiny Kirby KirbyHeadWhiteSSBU.png (×3)
Shield
1,500 Spirit Train •Item: Food •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy favors up specials
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Fruit Basket
  • The Ken puppet fighter references both Ken and the Munchy Monk being martial artists. The puppet fighter's blue costume references the blue coloration of Munchy Monk's shirt.
  • The white Kirby minion fighters represents the dumplings, which Munchy Monk is seen eating in almost all of his appearances.
  • The stage references the Munchy Monk endless minigame from Rhythm Heaven Fever, which takes place aboard a train.
  • The puppet fighter's favored Shoryuken and the Food item references the main gameplay of Munchy Monk where the titular character launches dumplings in the air and eats them.
1,198
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Reporter & Wrestler Pikachu PikachuHeadLibreSSBU.png
Shield
4,100 Boxing Ring (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Yuri Kozukata)
•Easy to Launch
•You are easy to launch
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
Title Theme - Punch-Out!! (Wii)
  • With the Yuri Kozukata Assist Trophy enemy representing the reporter, the Pikachu Libre puppet fighter references both Pikachu Libre and the Wrestler being masked wrestlers.
  • The stage and music references the boxing ring from the epilogue of Ringside where the Reporter & Wrestler are prominently featured.
1,199
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Baxter & Forthington Duck Hunt DuckHuntHeadYellowSSBU.png
•Tiny Incineroar IncineroarHeadOrangeSSBU.png
Grab
1,500 Pilotwings •Item: Throwing Types •The enemy is easily distracted by items Monkey Watch
  • The Dog from Duck Hunt and the Incineroar puppet fighters each represent Baxter & Forthington, a dog and cat character duo.
  • The stage and the Throwing Type items references Baxter and Forthington's original minigame, "Air Rally", in which the two play badminton while piloting airplanes.
  • The music references Baxter & Forthington's appearance in the Rhythm Fever series.
1,200
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Sumo Brothers •Giant Donkey Kong (×2) (DonkeyKongHeadRedSSBU.pngDonkeyKongHeadBlueSSBU.png)
Grab
1,900 Arena Ferox (Ω form) •Earthquake •The enemy's physical attacks have increased power
•Periodic earthquakes will shake the stage
•The enemy loves to taunt
E. Honda Stage Type B
  • The two Giant Donkey Kong puppet fighters references both Donkey Kong and the Sumo Brothers being heavyweight characters. The puppet fighters' alternate red and blue colorations references the colorations of each Sumo Brother's mawashi.
  • The stage references a sumo ring, as Arena Ferox features a circular design in the center of the stage.
  • The music references E. Honda, a sumo wrestler from the Street Fighter series.
  • The Earthquake rule and battle condition reference how the scenery shakes while the Sumo Brothers perform their stomping move in their titular minigame. The third battle condition references the pose that the Sumo Brothers perform at certain points in the same minigame.
1,201
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Pig Yoshi Team YoshiHeadPinkSSBU.png (×6)
Neutral
2,000 Duck Hunt •Item Tidal Wave •The enemy becomes more powerful after eating
•Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Gourmet Race (Brawl)
  • The Yoshi Team represents the Pigs, the first playable Cubivore in the titular game. The puppet fighter's pink coloration references the Pigs' pink coloration.
  • The stage's 8-bit aesthetic and setting references the large, blocky field that Cubivore primarily takes place in.
  • The music, Food item (Grilled Steak), and the battle conditions references the main gameplay mechanic of Cubivore where the character must consume other characters to gain their mutations and their strength.
1,202
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Alexandra Roivas Zero Suit Samus ZeroSuitSamusHeadBlackSSBU.png
Grab
1,800 Luigi's Mansion •Hazard: Screen Flip •The screen will suddenly flip when the enemy's at high damage Main Theme - Luigi's Mansion (Brawl)
  • The Zero Suit Samus puppet fighter references both Samus and Alexandra Ravios being fit, blonde female protagonists in theoir respective games.
  • The stage represents the Roivas Mansion, the main setting of Eternal Darkness. The stage and music also references Eternal Darkness's status as a horror genre game.
  • The Screen Flip hazard references the Sanity Meter mechanic of Eternal Darkness which decreases whenever the player is spotted by a monster, resulting in various hallucinatory effects, such as the player walking on the ceiling of the next room they enter.
  • The "high damage" battle condition references how Sanity Effects only activate when the player's Sanity Meter is nearly empty.
1,203
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Mappo R.O.B. ROBHeadBlueSSBU.png
Grab
1,700 Wuhu Island (Wishing Fountain) •Attack Power ↑
•Move Speed ↓
•Survive until the timer runs out (1:00)
•You have reduced move speed after a little while
•The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
Tomorrow's Passion
  • The blue R.O.B. puppet fighter represents Mappo, the blue-colored robotic police chief from Giftpia.
  • The stage represents Nanshi Island, the main setting of Giftpia which takes place on a large, tropical island. The stage also features flag banners, referencing the beginning of Giftpia where Pockle, the main protagonist, misses his coming-of-age party which featured flag banners as well.
  • The music references Mappo's appearance in Captain Rainbow.
  • The rules and battle conditions reference the heavy restrictions placed on Pockle which includes a ball and chain and strict supervision under Mappo.
1,204
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Sagi Roy RoyHeadVioletSSBU.png
Corrin CorrinHeadRedSSBU.png
Neutral
1,600 Gaur Plain (Battlefield form) •Item: Timer •Reinforcements will appear during the battle
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
The Valedictory Elegy
  • The Roy puppet fighter references both Roy and Sagi being swordsman and the main protagonists of their own respective game series.
  • The Corrin minion fighter represents Guillo, Sagi's close friend and a major member of his party. The puppet fighter's red costume references the red coloration of Guillo's cloak.
  • The stage references Hassaleh, a plains-like setting of Baten Kaitos Origins which features a plains-like setting.
  • The Timer item references Lingering Time, a Time-based Spirit spell which suspends an enemy's flow of time.
1,205
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Milly Lucina LucinaHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Neutral
1,700 Gaur Plain (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy starts the battle with an Ore Club The Valedictory Elegy
  • The Lucina puppet fighter references both Lucina and Milly sharing the same Japanese voice actress, Yū Kobayashi.
  • The stage features a giant mechanical robot in the background, referencing Milly being half-Machina.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with an Ore Club, referencing Milly's special ability, Canyon Wind.
1,206
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Chibi-Robo •Tiny Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1321, Chibi-Robo Hat, Chibi-Robo Outfit)
Grab
3,500 Living Room •Sudden Damage
•Assist Trophy Enemies (Nintendog)
•The enemy's energy attacks have increased power
•Hostile assist trophies will appear after a little while
•The enemy takes serious damage after a little while
Noisy Notebook
  • The Tiny Mii Gunner's costume represents Chibi-Robo, a tiny robot and main playable character of the titular game. The puppet fighter falls slowly, referencing the Chibi-Copter, a feature built inside Chibi-Robo designed to help him glide to the bottom after falling off a large ledge.
  • The stage represents the living room of the Sanderson's house, the main setting of Chibi-Robo! The stage also references how fighters are decreased in size relative to their surroundings, so in this environment, the puppet fighter reflects Chibi-Robo's size.
  • The Nintendog Assist Trophy enemy references Tao, the Sanderson family's dog.
  • The Sudden Damage rule and battle condition references Chibi-Robo's limited battery life where he will collapse if he runs out of power.
1,208
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Telly •Tiny Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
3,700 Living Room •Item: Throwing Types •The enemy is easily distracted by items
•The enemy falls slowly
•The enemy starts the battle with a Rocket Belt
Noisy Notebook
  • The Tiny Pac-Man puppet fighter references both Pac-Man and Telly being yellow, spherical characters.
  • Similar to the battle with Chibi-Robo, the stage represents the living room of the Sanderson's house, the main setting of Chibi-Robo! and reflects Telly's tiny size.
  • The Throwing Type items references the gameplay mechanic of Chibi-Robo! where the titular character can carry and throw items.
  • The puppet fighter's Rocket Belt and second battle condition references Telly's ability to fly and hover using its propellers.
1,209
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Drake Redcrest Captain Falcon CaptainFalconHeadWhiteSSBU.png
•Tiny Metal R.O.B. ROBHeadCyanSSBU.png
Neutral
1,700 Living Room N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy's neutral special has increased power
•The enemy loves to taunt
ST01: Roll Out, Wonderful 100!
  • The Captain Falcon puppet fighter references both Captain Falcon and Drake Redcrest being hunters whose faces are concealed behind their hood. The puppet fighter's white costume references the white coloration of Drake's outfit.
  • The Tiny Metal R.O.B. minion fighter represents Chibi-Robo, the main playable character from the titular game.
  • Similar to the battles with the Chibi-Robo! spirits, the stage represents the living room of the Sanderson's house where Drake Redcrest is often encountered in Chibi-Robo! and reflects Drake Redcrest's tiny size.
  • The music references both the protagonists of The Wonderful 101 and Drake Redcrest being masked heroes who pose.
  • The third battle condition references to Drake Redcrest's fondness for striking poses, which he teaches Chibi-Robo how to do after giving him the Drake Redcrest Suit.
1,210
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Chibi-Tot •Metal R.O.B. Team ROBHeadSSBU.png (×4) (INT) ROBHeadGreySSBU.png (×4) (JP/CHI/KR)
Grab
2,300 Gamer •Item: Blocks •The enemy is metal
•The enemy has increased move speed
Garage
  • The Metal R.O.B. Team represents the Chibi-Tots, the smaller versions of Chibi-Robo.
  • The stage references the game of hide-and-seek the Chibi-Tots play in Chibi-Robo! Photo Finder where they hide behind an object from the player's sight, similar to how the fighters must hide from 5-Volt's sight. The stage also references how the fighters' descreased size relative to their surroundings, reflecting Chibi-Tot's tiny size.
  • The second battle condition references the Chibi-Tots running speed during hide-and-seek.
1,212
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Ashley Robbins Isabelle IsabelleHeadRedSSBU.png
Villager VillagerHeadCyanSSBU.png
Attack
3,700 Luigi's Mansion N/A •The enemy is invisible Main Theme - Luigi's Mansion (Brawl)
  • The Isabelle puppet fighter represents Ashley Robbins, the main protagonist of Trace Memory. The puppet fighter's red costume references the red coloration of Ashely's shirt.
  • The Villager puppet fighter represents Daniel Edward (named "D" for short), a ghost boy who accompanies Ashley on her journey. The puppet fighter is invisible, which reflects D's status as a ghost.
  • The stage and music references Trace Memory taking place in a haunted mansion.
1,214
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Dr. Kawashima Dr. Mario DrMarioHeadBlueSSBU.png
Neutral
3,800 PictoChat 2 (hazards off) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Dr. Kawashima) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!
  • The Dr. Mario puppet fighter represents Dr. Kawashima, the host of the Brain Age series. Dr. Kawashima himself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The stage references both Pictochat and Brain Age being released onto the Nintendo DS.
1,216
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Dr. Lobe Dr. Mario DrMarioHeadYellowSSBU.png
Kirby (×2) (KirbyHeadWhiteSSBU.pngKirbyHeadPurpleSSBU.png)
Neutral
3,400 PictoChat 2 •Hazard: Low Gravity
•Hazard: High Gravity
•All fighters have reduced jump ability
•Gravity is reduced after a little while
Title Theme - Big Brain Academy
  • The Dr. Mario puppet fighter represents Dr. Lobe, the main character of the Big Brain Academy series. The puppet fighter's yellow costume references Dr. Lobe's yellow color scheme.
  • The Kirby minion fighters and the rules and battle conditions references the way objects float during Shadow Shift, one of the minigames in Big Brain Academy.
  • The stage references both Pictochat and Big Brain Academy being released onto the Nintendo DS.
1,217
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Ouendan Ryu RyuHeadBlackSSBU.png (×3)
Attack
3,700 Tomodachi Life •Attack Power ↑ •The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
•The enemy favors down specials
Filled with Hope
  • The Ryu puppet fighters represents the Ouendan, a tough three-person male cheer squad in the Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan series. The puppet fighter's black costume references the black coloration of the Ouendan's uniforms.
  • The stage references the first stage of both Ouendan games taking place in Tsuyoshi Hanada's house.
  • The music references the main theme of the Ouendan cheer squad, which is heard after completing the final level of both games.
  • The Attack Power ↑ rule and battle condition references the typical plot of the Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan series where the Ouendan cheers for people in need through music.
1,218
Ouendan Cheerleaders Spirit.png
Ouendan Cheerleaders Isabelle IsabelleHeadBlueSSBU.png (×3)
Grab
4,000 Pokémon Stadium •Attack Power ↑ •The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
•The enemy favors neutral air attacks
Ring a Ding
  • The three Isabelle puppet fighters represents the three-person group of the Ouendan Cheerleaders. The uppet fighter's blue costumes references the blue coloration of the Cheerleaders' outfits.
  • The stage represents a typical sports stadium where cheerleaders are prominently featured.
  • The music references the Ouendan series' use of licensed pop genre songs by Japanese artists.
  • Similar to the battle with the Ouendan, the Attack Power ↑ rule and battle condition represent the typical plot of the Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan series where the Ouendan cheers for people in need.
  • The puppet fighter's favored neutral aerial attacks features pom-poms, referencing the Ouendan Cheerleaders typically using pom-poms in their performance.
1,219
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Elite Beat Agents Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1111, None, Business Suit) (×3)
Shield
3,700 Saffron City (hazards off) •Attack Power ↑ •The enemy has increased attack power after a little while Escape from the City
  • The three Mii Swordfighter puppet fighters' costumes represents the Elite Beat Agents, with the Business Suit resembling the Agents' suits.
  • The music references Elite Beat Agents's use of licensed rock genre songs by Western artists.
  • Similar to the battle with the Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan spirits, the Attack Power ↑ rule and battle condition represent the typical plot of the Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan series where the Ouendan cheers for people in need.
1,220
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Elite Beat Divas Corrin CorrinHeadOrangeSSBU.png (×3)
Neutral
3,900 Saffron City (hazards off) •Attack Power ↑ •The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
•The enemy starts the battle with a Rocket Belt
Pop Fashion Show
  • The three Corrin puppet fighters references both Corrin and the three Elite Beat Divas sporting long hair. The puppet fighter's orange costume references the reddish coloration of the Elite Beat Divas' outfits.
  • The music references Elite Beat Agents's use of licensed pop genre songs by Western artists.
  • Similar to the battle with the Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan spirits, the Attack Power ↑ rule and battle condition represents the typical plot of the Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan series where the Ouendan cheers for people in need.
  • The puppet fighters start off with a Rocket Belt, referencing the Elite Beat Divas' appearance in one of the Elite Beat Agents stages, "Red Carpet Premiere! Smash Hit or Box Office Crash!!".
1,221
Satoru Amatsubo Spirit.png
Satoru Amatsubo Shulk ShulkHeadOrangeSSBU.png
Mega Man MegaManHeadBrownSSBU.png (×3)
Attack
1,500 Wily Castle (hazards off) N/A •Reinforcements will appear during the battle Shooting Star
  • The Shulk puppet fighter represents Satoru Amatsubo, the main protagonist of Project Hacker: Kakusei. The puppet fighter's orange costume features Shulk's hair turning brown, referencing Satoru's orange-and-brown color scheme.
  • The Mega Man minion fighters, stage, and music references the cybernetic themes of Project Hacker: Kakusei.
1,222
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Warrior Mech Gauss R.O.B. ROBHeadBlueSSBU.png
Attack
1,800 Wily Castle N/A •The enemy starts the battle with a Killing Edge
•The enemy has increased move speed
Marionation Gear
  • The blue R.O.B. puppet fighter represents Warrior Mech Gauss, a blue-colored robot character.
  • The stage references both the Mega Man series and Chōsōjū Mecha MG being centered around robotics.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Killing Edge, referencing Gauss's main weapon, the Magic Sword Farsys.
1,223
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Kyle Hyde Snake SnakeHeadBlackSSBU.png
Shield
4,100 Fourside (hazards off) •Item: Timer
•Hazard: Fog
•The stage is covered in fog Swan Lesson
  • The Snake puppet fighter represents Kyle Hyde, the main protagonist of Hotel Dusk: Room 215 and Last Window: The Secret of Cape West.
  • The stage represents Los Angeles, the setting of Last Window: The Secret of Cape West.
  • The Timer item references the different chronological points in the plotlines of the games featuring Kyle Hyde as the protagonist.
  • The puppet fighter's black costume and the Fog hazard references the sprites in the games featuring Kyrle Hyde being monochromatic.
1,224
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Kurikin Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadBlackSSBU.png (×4)
Shield
1,400 Hanenbow •Tiny
•Item: Unira
•All fighters are tiny
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Electroplankton (Original)
  • The Tiny Pac-Man puppet fighters and the Unira item represent Kurikin, a species of round, yellow bacteria that resembles a sea urchin.
  • The stage references how both the creatures in Electroplankton and Kurikin Nano Island Story are microscopic beings.
1,225
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Hsien Luigi LuigiHeadBlueSSBU.png
Grab
1,800 Windy Hill Zone •Assist Trophy Enemies (Dr. Kawashima) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Yūyūki Medley
  • The Luigi puppet fighter represents Hsien, the player's guide in Number Battle. The puppet fighter's blue costume references the blue coloration of Hsien's cloak.
  • The stage features parts of a checkerboard design, referencing the checkerboard design seen in Number Battle.
  • The Dr. Kawashima Assist Trophy enemy references the number tiles appearing in Number Battle, as the numbers will appear on-screen after Dr. Kawashima is released.
1,226
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Magkid Kirby Team KirbyHeadWhiteSSBU.png (×4)
Neutral
1,800 PictoChat 2 •Assist Trophy Enemies (Devil) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy can deal damage by dashing into you
•The enemy has increased move speed
PictoChat
  • The Kirby puppet fighter references both Kirby and Magkid being round characters. The puppet fighter's white coloration references Magkid's whiteish color scheme.
  • The music and stage references Slide Adventure MAGKID famously using a DS peripheral, the Slide Controller.
  • The Devil Assist Trophy enemy references the main gameplay of Slide Adventure MAGKID which consisted of sliding the DS on a surface much like an optical mouse (using said peripheral) to move Magkid around.
  • The Impact Run and third battle conditions reference to Magkid attacking enemies in his base form, ramming into them by sliding the DS quickly.
1,227
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Aisya Lucina LucinaHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
2,500 Bridge of Eldin (hazards off) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Shovel Knight)
Bob-omb Festival
•Bob-ombs will rain from the sky after a little while
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
Attack - Soma Bringer
  • The Lucina puppet fighter references both Lucina and Aisya sharing the same royal title of princess. The puppet fighter's yellow costume references the yellow coloration of Aisya's armor.
  • The stage references the kingdom of Millenear, the main setting of ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat.
  • The Shovel Knight Assist Trophy enemy represents one of Aisya's fallen allies she raised from the ashes.
  • The Bob-omb Festival rule references the beginning of ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat where the Fire Serpent attacks the kingdom of Millenear.
1,228
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Num Diddly Mr. Game & Watch Team MrGame&WatchHeadWhiteSSBU.png (×4)
Shield
2,000 PictoChat 2 •Assist Trophy Enemies (Dr. Kawashima) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Menu - Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day!
  • The white Mr. Game & Watch Team references both Mr. Game & Watch and Num Diddly being two-dimensional flat characters. The puppet fighter's white coloration references Num Diddly's monochromatic color scheme.
  • The stage references both PictoChat and Make 10: A Journey of Numbers being released on the Nintendo DS.
  • The Dr. Kawashima Assist Trophy enemy references the theme of Make 10: A Journey of Numbers being centered around the number 10 where combining the on-screen numbers to a sum of 10 or more will result in an explosion, with the number 10 itself having a more powerful explosion.
1,229
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Idea Daisy DaisyHeadBlueSSBU.png (120 HP)
Shield
1,800 Reset Bomb Forest •Health Recovery
•Move Speed ↓
•Item: Timer
•You have reduced move speed when the enemy's at high damage
Stamina battle
•The enemy is healed when the enemy's at high damage
Attack - Soma Bringer
  • The Daisy puppet fighter represents Idea, an amnesiac and protagonist of Soma Bringer. The puppet fighter's blue costume references the blue coloration of Idea's dress,
  • The stage references the forest where Idea was found early in Soma Bringer.
  • The rules, battle conditions, and Timer item likely reference to Idea being a Soma, who specializes in magical abilities.
1,230
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Welt Roy RoyHeadRedSSBU.png (160 HP)
Neutral
3,600 Gaur Plain (Battlefield form) •Defense ↓ •You have reduced defense
Stamina battle
Attack - Soma Bringer
  • The Roy puppet fighter references both Roy and Welt being red-headed swordsman and the main protagonist of their respective games.
  • The stage references the continent of Barnea, the main setting of Soma Bringer.
  • The Defense ↓ rule references Welt being a Battler, who specializes in swordfighting.
1,231
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T-Rex •Giant Yoshi YoshiHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
4,400 Coliseum (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Lava Floor •The floor is lava
•The enemy is giant
Battle Start - Fossil Fighters: Frontier
  • The Giant Yoshi puppet fighter references both Yoshi and T-Rex being dinosaur characters. The puppet fighter's red coloration references the T-Rex's red color scheme.
  • The stage references the Fossil Stadium in Fossil Fighters.
  • The Lava Floor hazard references the T-Rex being a Fire-element Vivosaur.
1,232
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Nibbles Yoshi YoshiHeadRedSSBU.png
Charizard CharizardHeadRedSSBU.png
Ridley RidleyHeadRedSSBU.png
Bowser BowserHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
1,800 Arena Ferox •Item: Pitfall •Defeat the main fighter to win
•Reinforcements will appear during the battle
Battle Start - Fossil Fighters: Frontier
  • This spirit battle represents fighting against Nibbles and his battle evolution forms: Munchsaurus, Chompsaurus, and Crimson Ravager. The puppet fighters and their red coloration references both the fighters and Nibbles and his battle evolution forms being red, reptilian characters.
  • The stage is polygonal-shaped, referencing the polygonal shape of a tile in a typical Fossil Battle's battlefield.
  • The Pitfall item references the Vivosaurs being revitalized fossils dug up from the earth. This is also referenced to the set of unearthed dinosaur bones in the badlands where Nibbles' spirit is found in World of Light.
1,233
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Glory of Heracles Hero Link LinkHeadIndigoSSBU.png (140 HP)
Shield
3,700 Wuhu Island (Swaying Bridge) •Defense ↑ Stamina battle
•The enemy has increased defense after a little while
Revolt -Striving for Hope-
  • The Link puppet fighter references both Link and the main protagonist of Glory of Heracles being swordsmen who shares the title of "Hero". The puppet fighter's indigo costume features red sleeves, referencing the Hero's indigo-and-red color scheme.
1,234
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Heracles Simon SimonHeadOrangeSSBU.png
Attack
3,600 Temple •Item: Food •The enemy starts the battle with an Ore Club Revolt -Striving for Hope-
  • The Simon puppet fighter references both Simon and Heracles sharing a similar muscular body build. The puppet fighter's orange costume features a red coloration, referencing the red coloration of Heracles's tunic.
  • The stage references Heracles's status as a demigod. This is also referenced by the Temple of Light where Heracles's spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with an Ore Club, referencing Heracles' signature giant weapon he carries.
1,235
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Chef (Personal Trainer: Cooking) King Dedede KingDededeHeadGreySSBU.png
Shield
3,500 PictoChat 2 •Item: Food •The enemy becomes more powerful after eating
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Personal Trainer: Cooking
  • The King Dedede puppet fighter references both King Dedede and the Chef sharing a similar round shape. The puppet fighter's grey coloration references the Chef's monochromatic color scheme.
  • The stage references both PictoChat and Personal Trainer: Cooking being released on the Nintendo DS.
  • The Food item references Personal Trainer: Cooking being a virtual cookbook.
1,236
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Shop Assistant Zelda ZeldaHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Attack
3,600 Tomodachi Life •Item: Transforming Types •The enemy is easily distracted by items Style Savvy: Trendsetters
  • The Zelda puppet fighter represents the Shop Assistant, the unnamed protagonist of Style Savvy. The puppet fighter's purple costume features Zelda's hair turning brown, referencing the brown coloration of the Shop Assistant's hair.
  • The stage and Transforming Type items references Style Savvy being a customizing game where the player customizes their character's design through different articles of clothing.
1,237
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Vince Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 3222, Vince's Hat, Vince's Outfit, Low Voice Type 11)
Inkling InklingHeadCyanSSBU.png
Shield
3,500 PictoChat 2 •Assist Trophy Enemies (Vince) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•Reinforcements will appear during the battle
Swan Lesson
  • The Mii Swordfighter puppet fighter's costume represents Vince, the host of Art Academy. Vince himself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The Inkling minion fighter's frequent use of his side smash attack features a large paintbrush, referencing Vince's occupation as a painter.
  • The stage references both PictoChat and Art Academy being art-themed games released on the Nintendo DS.
1,238
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Looksley Isabelle IsabelleHeadRedSSBU.png
Villager VillagerHeadGreenSSBU.png
Shield
1,500 Paper Mario •Invisibility
•Item: Smoke Ball
•All fighters are invisible Freakyforms: Your Creations, Alive! Medley
  • The Isabelle puppet fighter references both Isabelle and Looksley being anthropomorphic characters with long ears. The puppet fighter's red costume references the red coloration of Looksley's vest.
  • The Villager minion represents a typical human silhouette in Looksley's Line Up.
  • The stage references the paper-like aesthetic of Looksley's Line Up.
  • The music references both Freakyforms: Your Creations, Alive! and Looksley's Line Up being games released on the Nintendo DS line who also shares the paper-like aesthetic.
  • The Invisibility rule and the Smoke Ball items references the gameplay of Looksley's Line Up where the player must find hidden objects or letters by tilting the Nintendo DS.
1,239
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Prince Saruno Diddy Kong Team DiddyKongHeadPinkSSBU.png (×4)
Attack
2,000 New Donk City Hall •Defense ↑
•Item: Banana Peel
•The enemy has increased defense after a little while PERFORMANCE
  • The Diddy Kong puppet fighter references both Diddy Kong and Prince Saruno being chimpanzee characters. The number of puppet fighter references Saruno and his band of monkeys in Tsukette Utau: Saru Band.
  • The stage references the Super Mario Players in the background, as Tsukette Utau: Saru Band features a musical group.
  • The music references both Daigasso! Band Brothers DX and Tsukette Utau: Saru Band being music genre games released on the Nintendo DS.
  • The Banana Peel item represents the banana peels Prince Saruno tosses away after the player gives him a banana to eat.
1,240
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Mio & Mayu Amakura Daisy DaisyHeadPinkSSBU.png
Peach PeachHeadRedSSBU.png
Shield
4,700 Luigi's Mansion •Assist Trophy Enemies (Yuri Kozukata) •Timed battle (2:00)
•Hostile assist trophies will appear when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy tends to avoid conflict
On the Hunt -Gloomy Manor Ver.- (Instrumental)
  • The Daisy and Peach puppet fighters each represents the twin sisters, Mio & Mayu Akamura, with Daisy referencing her being an echo fighter of Peach, having a similar moveset.
  • The stage and music references the settings of the Fatal Frame series taking place in haunted locations, as well as their status of being a horror genre game.
  • The Yuri Kozukata Assist Trophy enemy references the Camera Obscura she carries, the main device in the Fatal Frame series that Mio uses to save Mayu from the spirits.
1,241
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Yuri Kozukata Zelda ZeldaHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
9,200 Luigi's Mansion •Assist Trophy Enemies (Yuri Kozukata) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Main Theme - Luigi's Mansion (Brawl)
  • The Zelda puppet fighter's red costume features an intricate gold pattern, referencing Yuri Kozukata wearing a reddish-hued shirt with intricate gold patterns.Yuri herself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • Similar to the battle with Mio * Mayu Akamura, the stage and music references the settings of the Fatal Frame series taking place in haunted locations, as well as their status of being a horror genre game.
1,242
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Nick Captain Falcon CaptainFalconHeadBlueSSBU.png
Neutral
1,500 Fountain of Dreams •Assist Trophy Enemies (Takamaru)
•Item: Super Star
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Minor Circuit (Original)
  • The Captain Falcon puppet fighter references both Captain Falcon and Nick's heroic persona, Captain Rainbow, bearing resemblance to each other and sharing the title of "Captain". The puppet fighter's blue costume references the blue coloration of Captain Rainbow's outfit.
  • The stage and Star items references both the stars that Nick must collect to have an optional wish granted, and Nick's Captain Rainbow persona having stars fly around him.
  • The music references Punch-Out, the game which features Little Mac, who appears signficantly overweight in Captain Rainbow due to years of inactivity.
  • The Takamaru Assist Trophy enemy represents his appearance in Captain Rainbow who comes to the same mystical island as Nick to get his wish granted.
1,244
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Raymond Bryce Fox FoxHeadBlackSSBU.png
Shield
2,300 Fourside •Earthquake
•Hazard: Heavy Wind
•Dangerously high winds are in effect after a little while
•Periodic earthquakes will shake the stage after a little while
Encounter
  • The Fox puppet fighter and music references both Fox and Raymond serving their military. The puppet fighter's black costume references the black coloration of Raymond's shirt.
  • The stage references the city setting of Disaster: Day of Crisis.
  • The Earthquake rule and High Wind hazard references the natural disasters in Disaster: Day of Crisis that Raymond has to survive.
1,246
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Orville Robin RobinHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Pit PitHeadBlueSSBU.png
Zelda ZeldaHeadRedSSBU.png
Grab
3,400 PictoChat 2 N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win Struggle Against Chaos
  • The Robin puppet fighter references both Robin and Orville being main protagonists of their respective games who utilizes magical attacks.
  • The Zelda and Pit minion fighters represents Charlotte and Samuel, two members of Orville's party.
  • The stage references the drawing mechanic in Takt of Magic where the player must cast spells by drawing them in a certain pattern.
1,247
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Frey & Freya Link LinkHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Robin RobinHeadYellowSSBU.png
Attack
3,700 Reset Bomb Forest •Giant •The enemy's melee weapons have increased power
•The enemy's magic attacks have increased power
•You are giant
Save the World, Heroes!
  • The Link and Robin puppet fighters each represents Frey & Freya, twin brother and sister protagonists of Zangeki no Reginliev who each respectively specializes in swordfighting and magic.
  • The stage's castle layout references the castle-like setting of Zangeki no Reginliev, as well as the invasion on said castle setting.
  • The Giant rule with the player being giant references Frey & Freya's goal of fighting giants who attempted to take over the world.
1,248
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Ando Kensaku R.O.B. ROBHeadCyanSSBU.png
Mr. Game & Watch MrGame&WatchHeadGreenSSBU.png
Grab
2,000 PictoChat 2 (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Zap Floor •The floor is electrified
•The enemy favors side specials
PictoChat
  • The R.O.B. puppet fighter represents Ando Kensaku, the robotic guide in And-Kensaku.
  • The stage and music references PictoChat utilizing wireless connection, as And-Kensaku utilizes wireless connection with the internet.
  • The Mr. Game & Watch puppet fighter's favored Judge references the gameplay of And-Kensaku where the players attempt to predict the number of search results of terms on Google.
1,249
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Zip Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
2,200 Golden Plains •Assist Trophy Enemies (Chain Chomp)
•Hazard: Low Gravity
•Gravity is reduced after a little while
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
Mole Patrol
  • The Pac-Man puppet fighter references both Pac-Man and Zip being yellow, spherical characters.
  • The stage's auto-scrolling feature references the auto-scrolling levels in FlingSmash.
  • The Chain Chomp Assist Trophy enemy represents the Hydracoil, a monster in FlingSmash that eats Zip if he stays still for too long.
  • The Low Gravity hazard references Zip's ability to hover in the air for a short period.
1,250
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Zael Simon SimonHeadBlueSSBU.png
Lucina LucinaHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Attack
3,600 Temple •Sudden Damage •You'll occasionally take sudden damage when the enemy's at high damage Battle Scene / Final Boss - Golden Sun
  • The Simon puppet fighter features Simon using the chain-linked Vampire Killer whip, referencing Zael's chains in his design.
  • The Lucina puppet fighter references both Lucina and Calista being heiresses to their high-ranking families ruling over their respective game's setting. The puppet fighter's white costume references Calista's white color scheme.
  • The stage references the courtyard in the center of Lazulis Castle.
  • The music references both Golden Sun and The Last Story being role-playing games.
  • The Sudden Damage rule and battle condition references Zael's trademark move, Gathering, which allows him to build up energy by enduring damage and then unleashing it at the opponent.
1,251
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Calista Lucina LucinaHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Simon SimonHeadBlueSSBU.png
Grab
3,700 Reset Bomb Forest N/A •Take your strongest team into this no-frills battle Battle Scene / Final Boss - Golden Sun
  • Similar to the battle with Zael, the Lucina and Simon puppet fighters represents Calista and Zael respectively.
  • The stage's castle layout references the assault on Lazulis Castle.
  • The music references both Golden Sun and The Last Story being role-playing games.
1,252
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Aeron Simon SimonHeadYellowSSBU.png
Grab
3,900 Great Plateau Tower •Item Tidal Wave •The enemy becomes more powerful after eating
•The enemy starts the battle with a Killing Edge
•Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while
The Valedictory Elegy
  • The Simon puppet fighter references both Simon and Aeron utilizing a magical chain as one of their main weapons. The puppet fighter's yellow costume references the gold coloration of Aeron's armor.
  • The stage references one of the thirteen towers in Pandora's Tower.
  • The music references both Baten Kaitos Origin and Pandora's Tower being action role-playing games.
  • The Food item (Steaks) in the Item Tidal Wave rule and first battle condition references Aeron's goal to help Elena consume the Master flesh to prevent her from turning into a monster.
1,253
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Elena Palutena PalutenaHeadPinkSSBU.png
Shield
3,600 Great Plateau Tower •Item Tidal Wave •The enemy becomes temporarily invincible after eating
•The enemy starts with damage but has increased defense
•Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while
Midna's Lament
  • The Palutena puppet fighter represents Elena, the deuteragonist of Pandora's Tower.
  • The stage references one of the thirteen towers in Pandora's Tower.
  • The music references the multiple endings of Pandora's Tower where each end (except for Ending S) results in tragedy, depending on Aeron's relationship with Elena.
  • The Food item (Steaks) in the Item Tidal Wave rule and Invincibility After Eating battle condition references Elena's goal to consume the Master flesh to prevent her from turning into a monster.
1,254
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Toy Poodle Wolf WolfHeadOrangeSSBU.png (×3)
•Ally: Duck Hunt DuckHuntHeadBlackSSBU.png
Shield
3,900 Living Room •Assist Trophy Enemies (Nintendog) •Join forces with a CPU ally
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy has increased move speed
Bathtime Theme
  • The orange Wolf puppet fighters references both Wolf and the Toy Poodle being canine characters. The Toy Poodle itself appears as the Nintendog Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The stage and music represents the Toy Poodle's appearance in the Nintendogs series.
  • The Duck Hunt ally fighter and the battle conditions references the walking gameplay mechanic in the Nintendogs series where the player's puppy will sometimes fight with an NPC puppy.
1,255
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French Bulldog Duck Hunt DuckHuntHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Shield
3,400 Living Room •Assist Trophy Enemies (Nintendog) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Bathtime Theme
  • The Dog of the Duck Hunt puppet fighter's white coloration references the French Bulldog's black-and-white color scheme.
  • The stage, music, and Nintendog Assist Trophy enemy represents the French Bulldog's appearance in the Nintendogs series.
1,258
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Mallo Jigglypuff JigglypuffHeadRedSSBU.png
Grab
9,100 Paper Mario •Sudden Final Smash •The enemy will suddenly have a Final Smash when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy favors grabs and throws
Welcome Center
  • The Jigglypuff puppet fighter references both Jigglypuff and Mallo being short, round characters with the ability to float while jumping. The puppet fighter's red flower references Mallo's red color scheme, as well as the top knot on his head.
  • The stage's grass and windmill layout references Pushmo Park, the main setting of Pushmo.
  • The Sudden Final Smash rule and second battle conditions references the gameplay mechanics of Pushmo being grabbing, pushing, and pulling blocks.
1,259
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Sakura Samurai Villager VillagerHeadCyanSSBU.png
Shield
3,700 Suzaku Castle N/A •The enemy starts the battle with a Killing Edge
•The enemy has increased jump power
Boss 1 - Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword
  • The Villager puppet fighter starts off with a Killing Edge, representing Sakura Samurai, a young samurai who wields a large katana.
  • The stage and music represents both the setting of Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword and the castles where the game's bosses are fought.
1,260
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Nikki Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1111, Standard Outfit, Chartreuse Outfit Color, Normal Voice 7)
Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1111, Standard Outfit, Chartreuse Outfit Color, Normal Voice 8)
Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1111, Standard Outfit, Chartreuse Outfit Color, Normal Voice 1)
Grab
8,900 PictoChat 2 (Ω form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Nikki) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Mii Plaza
  • With Nikki appearing as the Assist Trophy enemy, the chartreuse Mii Fighter puppet fighters references Nikki being a species of Mii. The puppet fighters' chartreuse costumes references the chartreuse coloration of Nikki's jacket.
  • The stage references Swapnote being the spiritual successor of PictoChat in the Nintendo DS line. The stage also references Nikki's appearance in Swapdoodle and Art Academy: Lessons for Everyone!, both being art-themed games released on the Nintendo 3DS.
  • The music references Nikki being an addition in the player's Mii collection in StreetPass Mii Plaza.
1,261
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Noise Mega Man MegaManHeadChartreuseSSBU.png
Shield
1,600 Hanenbow N/A •Only certain Pokémon will emerge from Poké Balls (Meloetta) PERFORMANCE
  • The Mega Man puppet fighter references both Mega Man and Noise wearing dome-shapped accessories over their ear areas.The puppet fighter's chartreuse costume features a yellow coloration, referencing Noise's yellow color scheme..
  • The stage references the visual aesthetic of Kiki Trick.
  • The music and the Meloetta Poké Ball Pokémon references the auditory gameplay mechanic of Kiki Trick.
1,262
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Dillon Sonic SonicHeadBlackSSBU.png
Attack
9,800 Midgar (hazards off) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Dillon) •The enemy's special moves have increased power
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy favors special moves
Frontier Battle
  • The Sonic puppet fighter's favored special moves references both Sonic and Dillon being anthropomorphic characters who uses rolling as a primary attack. Dillon himself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The stage references the post-apocalyptic setting of Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers.
1,263
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Russ Fox FoxHeadYellowSSBU.png
Grab
1,700 Gerudo Valley •Item: Rocket Belt •The enemy takes less damage while in the air
•The enemy loves to jump
•The enemy starts the battle with a Rocket Belt
Dillon's Rolling Western: The Last Ranger
  • The Fox puppet fighter starts off with a Rocket Belt, referencing both Fox and Russ being anthropomorphic characters who pilots their own flying machines.
  • The stage references the desert setting of the Dillon's Rolling Western series.
1,266
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Plague Knight Dr. Mario DrMarioHeadGreenSSBU.png
Grab
1,900 Unova Pokémon League •Item: Bob-omb •The enemy's explosion and fire attacks have increased power
•Items will be pulled toward the enemy
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Flash in the Dark (Dr. Wily Stage 1)
  • The Dr. Mario puppet fighter represents Plague Knight, whose design takes inspiration from the plague doctors. The puppet fighter's green costume references the green coloration of Plague Knight's mask.
  • The stage represents the dark atmosphere in the Explodatorium, an alchemy lab where Shovel Knight fights Plague Knight.
  • The music references Shovel Knight taking inspiration from side-scrolling platformers on the SNES, such as Mega Man 9.
  • The Bob-omb item and battle conditions references Plague Knight's main method of attack by using explosive potions.
1,267
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King Knight King K. Rool KingKRoolHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
2,000 Mushroom Kingdom U (Slide Lift Tower) N/A •The enemy's dash attacks have increased power
•The enemy starts the battle with a Star Rod
Flash in the Dark (Dr. Wily Stage 1)
  • The King K. Rool puppet fighter references both King K. Rool and King Knight being king-theme characters who wears gold-plated armor. The puppet fighter's frequent use of dash attacks references King Knight performing a slam attack in the air.
  • The stage references the interior of Pridemoor Keep, a fortified castle where Shovel Knight fights King Knight.
  • The music references Shovel Knight taking inspiration from side-scrolling platformers on the SNES, such as Mega Man 9.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Star Rod, referencing King Knight's staff which he uses to attack with.
1,268
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Specter Knight Richter RichterHeadYellowSSBU.png
Attack
3,900 Bridge of Eldin (hazards off) N/A •The enemy starts the battle with a Death's Scythe
•The enemy has increased move speed
Flash in the Dark (Dr. Wily Stage 1)
  • The Richter puppet fighter starts off with Death's Scythe, representing Specter Knight, who resembles the Grim Reaper and his scythe which he uses to attack with. The puppet fighter's yellow costume references the yellowish coloration of Specter Knight's armor.
  • The stage references the Lich Yard, a graveyard near a deserted town where Shovel Knight fights Specter Knight.
  • The music references Shovel Knight taking inspiration from side-scrolling platformers on the SNES, such as Mega Man 9.
1,269
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Culdra Palutena PalutenaHeadPinkSSBU.png
Neutral
9,200 Temple •Magic and PSI Unleashed •All fighters' magic and PSI attacks have increased power Culdcept
  • The Palutena puppet fighter references both Palutena and Culdra sharing the same mythical status as a goddess. The puppet fighter's pink costume references the pink coloration of Culdra's gown.
  • The stage references the Temple of Light where Culdra's spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The Magic and PSI Unleashed rule and battle condition references the different magical cards used in Culdcept.
1,271
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Allen Shulk ShulkHeadBlackSSBU.png
King K. Rool KingKRoolHeadBlackSSBU.png
Ridley RidleyHeadRedSSBU.png
Neutral
3,500 Arena Ferox •Item: Assist Trophy •Defeat the main fighter to win
•Reinforcements will appear during the battle
Worthy Rival Battle
  • The Shulk puppet fighter represents Allen, the main protagonist of Culdcept Revolt who, like the puppet fighter's black costume, wears a crimson jacket and sports black, messy hair.
  • The red Ridley minion fighter represents the Volcanic Dragon, while the black King K. Rool minion fighter represents the Werebear.
  • The stage references the board game setting in Culdcept Revolt.
  • The Assist Trophy item references the monster summoning gameplay mechanic in Culdcept Revolt.
1,272
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Tempo Fox FoxHeadRedSSBU.png
Neutral
1,600 Pac-Land •Reflect-Damage Buffed •The enemy starts the battle with a Home-Run Bat
•All fighters' reflected projectiles have increased power
Fruit Basket
  • The Fox puppet fighter starts off with a Home-Run Bat, representing Tempo and his staff, which he uses to swat away enemies and projectiles.
  • The stage's auto-scrolling feature references the auto-scrolling gameplay of HarmoKnight, where enemies and obstacles approach Tempo in time with the music.
  • The music references both Rhythm Heaven Megamix and HarmoKnight being rhythm genre games.
  • The Reflect-Damage Buffed rule references to the boss battles in HarmoKnight, which frequently involve Tempo damaging the bosses by swatting the projectiles back at them with his staff.
1,273
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Eddy Squirtle SquirtleHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Shield
1,600 Hanenbow •Hazard: Screen Flip •The screen will suddenly flip after a little while Electroplankton (Remix)
  • The Squirtle puppet fighter references both Eddy and Squirtle being water-based characters.
  • The stage and music references the Fluidity series's theme of water.
  • The Screen Flip hazard references the gameplay mechanic in the Fluidity series which involves tilting the controller/system left and right to alter the game world's center of gravity.
1,274
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Kageshina Kurabe Robin RobinHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Neutral
1,800 The Great Cave Offensive •Item Tidal Wave •Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while Boss 1 - Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword
  • The Robin puppet fighter represents Kageshina Kurabe, the main protagonist of Nintendoji who, like the puppet fighter's white costume, wears a white robe.
  • The stage references the dungeons appearing in Nintendoji. The stage also features blocks in its design and the Crates are enabled in this spirit battle, referencing the block-shaped dungeon layout on the Nintendo DS's bottom screen in Nintendoji.
  • The music references Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword and Nintendoji both taking place in an ancient Japan setting, as well as sharing a developer, Grounding Inc.
1,275
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Inuji Darumeshi Duck Hunt DuckHuntHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Grab
1,900 Saffron City (Battlefield form) •Item: Beastball •The enemy is easily distracted by items Title Theme - Nintendo Badge Arcade
  • The Dog of the Duck Hunt puppet fighter references both the Dog and Inuji being canine characters. The puppet fighter's white coloration references Inuji's black-and-white color scheme.
  • The stage references Darumeshi Sports Shop being the Japanese version of Rusty's Real Deal Baseball.
  • The Beastball item references Inuji being the owner of a baseball equipment store.
1,276
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Rusty Slugger Duck Hunt DuckHuntHeadYellowSSBU.png
Grab
1,900 Fourside (Battlefield form) •Item: Home-Run Bat •The enemy is easily distracted by items Title Theme - Nintendo Badge Arcade
  • The Dog of the Duck Hunt puppet fighter references both the Dog and Rusty Slugger being canine characters. The puppet fighter's yellow coloration references Rusty's yellow color scheme.
  • The stage references Rusty's Real Deal Baseball being the international version of Darumeshi Sports Shop.
  • The Home-Run Bat item references Rusty being the owner of a baseball equipment store.
1,277
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Arcade Bunny •Bunny Isabelle IsabelleHeadGreySSBU.png
Attack
3,700 PictoChat 2 (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Arcade Bunny)
•Item: Franklin Badge
•Hostile assist trophies will appear Arcade Bunny's Theme
  • The Bunny Isabelle puppet fighter references both Isabelle and the Arcade Bunny being long-eared anthropomorphic characters wearing formal clothing. Arcade Bunny himself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The stage references both PictoChat and Nintendo Badge Arcade being released on the Nintendo DS line of systems.
  • The Franklin Badge item references the badges found in Nintendo Badge Arcade.
1,278
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Qbby Kirby Team KirbyHeadWhiteSSBU.png (×4)
Grab
9,300 Wii Fit Studio •Item Tidal Wave •Certain items will appear in large numbers Ice Cream Island
  • The Kirby Team and the music references both Kirby and BoxBoy! being produced by HAL Laboratory. The puppet fighter's white coloration references Qbby's white color scheme.
  • The stage references the white background in the BoxBoy! series.
  • The Crate items in the Item Tidal Wave rule references both Qbby's square shape and the boxes that Qbby uses in the BoxBoy! series.
1,279
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Henry Fleming Captain Falcon CaptainFalconHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
1,900 New Pork City (Battlefield form) •Item: Shooting Types •The enemy starts the battle with a Rage Blaster Trouble Brewing II
  • The Captain Falcon puppet fighter represents Henry Fleming, the main protagonist of Code Name S.T.E.A.M. The puppet fighter's red costume references the red-and-yellow color scheme of Henry's outfit.
  • The stage likely references London, the first level of Code Name S.T.E.A.M.
  • The Shooting Type items references the blaster weapons used by the characters of Code Name S.T.E.A.M.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Rage Blaster, referencing Henry's gun, the Eagle Rifle, with the blaster vaguely resembling the head of the eagle.
1,280
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Tethu Young Link YoungLinkHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
3,700 Gerudo Valley (hazards off) •Flowery
•Item: Deku Nut
•You constantly take minor damage
•The enemy starts the battle with a Gust Bellows
Struggle Against Chaos
  • The Young Link puppet fighter references both Young Link and Tethu being youthful characters. The puppet fighter's red costume references the red coloration of Tethu's headdress.
  • The stage references the explorable deserts of Ever Oasis. This is also referenced by the desert in the Sacred Land where Tethu's spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The Flowery rule and Deku Nut item references Tethu being a young Seedling, a race of nature-based creatures who uses their seeds to create Bloom Booths.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Gust Bellows, referencing Thethu's ability to use wind magic.
1,281
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Esna Mewtwo MewtwoHeadCyanSSBU.png
Shield
9,200 Mushroom Kingdom II •Flowery •You constantly take minor damage
•The enemy's FS Meter charges quickly
Dawn in the Desert
  • The cyan Mewtwo puppet fighter and his Final Smash, Psystrike references Mega Mewtwo Y's body shape vaguely resembling Esna's body shape.
  • The stage references Esna's Oasis in Ever Oasis. This is also referenced by the waterfall where Esna's spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The Flowery rule references Esna's alliance with the Seedlings, a race of nature-based creatures who help Esna create the last Oasis.
1,282
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Musashi Young Link YoungLinkHeadCyanSSBU.png
Grab
2,400 Onett •Item Tidal Wave
•Hazard: Heavy Wind
•Dangerously high winds are in effect after a little while
•The enemy favors side specials
•Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while
Gourmet Race (Brawl)
  • The Young Link puppet fighter and his favored Boomerang likely references the "linking" gameplay mechanic in Sushi Striker where the player links several plates together, similarly to how the boomerang functions in some Legend of Zelda games.
  • The music and Food item (Sushi) in the Item Tidal Wave rule represents the sushi battles in Sushi Striker, where Musashi eats a large amount of sushi.
  • The Heavy Wind hazard references the conveyor belts in Sushi Striker which moves the sushi the same way the Heavy Winds move the sushi.
1,284
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Wonder-Blue Chrom ChromHeadBlackSSBU.png
Villager (×5) (VillagerHeadPinkSSBU.pngVillagerHeadYellowSSBU.pngVillagerHeadGreenSSBU.pngVillagerHeadCyanSSBU.pngVillagerHeadBlueSSBU.png)
Attack
1,800 New Donk City Hall N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy's melee weapons have increased power
•Defeat an army of fighters
ST01: Roll Out, Wonderful 100!
  • The Chrom puppet fighter represents Wonder-Blue, one of the main heroes of The Wonderful 101 who, like Chrom, sports blue hair. THe puppet fighter's black costume references the black coloration of Wonder-Blue's costume.
  • The Villager minion fighters represents the civilians in The Wonderful 101, who can be recruited and turned into temporary allies if the player doesn't already have a full team of 100.
  • The stage references Blossom City, a massive futuristic metropolis where the first few missions of The Wonderful 101 take place.
  • The first battle condition references to how, in the game, only the current "leader" of the team can be harmed; all other team members will only be temporarily knocked out if they are hit by an attack.
1,285
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Rayman Sonic SonicHeadBlackSSBU.png (160 HP)
Neutral
9,100 The Great Cave Offensive (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Sukapon) •The enemy's physical attacks have increased power
Stamina battle
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
Sunset Heights
  • The Sonic puppet fighter represents Rayman, the main protagonist of the titular series. The puppet fighter's frequent use of his forward smash, a wind-up punch, represents Rayman's signature attack.
  • The stage references the early levels of Rayman games often taking place in cavernous forests, such as Jibberish Jungle from Rayman Origins. This is also referenced by the mine shaft entrance where Rayman's spirit is located in World of Light.
  • The Sukapon Assist Trophy enemy references both Sukapon and Rayman lacking arms and legs, having floating extremities instead.
1,286
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Clip & Snip Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadRedSSBU.png
Kirby KirbyHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
3,600 PictoChat 2 N/A •The enemy starts the battle with a Killing Edge Noisy Notebook
  • The Pac-Man and red Kirby puppet fighters each respectively represents Clip & Snip, the two main protagonists from Snipperclips.
  • The stage references the arts-and-crafts themes of Snipperclips.
  • The puppet fighters start off with a Killing Edge, referencing the scissors, which is used as a snipping mechanic to solve puzzles.
1,292
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Boss Galaga •Tiny Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadWhiteSSBU.png Team (×5)
Grab
3,400 Lylat Cruise (Battlefield form) •Item: Boss Galaga •Items will be pulled toward the enemy
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
•Defeat an army of fighters
Galaga Medley
  • The Pac-Man puppet fighters references both Pac-Man and Galaga being 8-bit retro games produced by Namco. The puppet fighters also references parts of Pac-Man's moveset being inspired by Galaxian games, including his grab move where he produces a tractor beam similar to Boss Galaga's.
  • The stage and music represents the setting of Galaga taking place in outer space. The stage also references the starfighter the player controls in the game.
1,293
Bomberman Spirit.png
Bomberman Toon Link ToonLinkHeadGreySSBU.png
Grab
9,700 Wrecking Crew (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Bomberman)
•Item: Exploding Types
•The enemy's explosion and fire attacks have increased power
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
Bomb Man Stage
  • The Toon Link puppet fighter's favored Bomb represents Bomberman and his bombs. Bomberman himself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • This spirit battle references the primary gameplay mechanic of Bomberman where the titular character lays down and detonated bombs.
  • The stage references the Wrecking Crew's original stage form where bombs spawn and can be detonated when hit, while the music references Bomb Man, another character who specializes in attacking with bombs.
1,294
Akira virtua fighter.png
Akira Ryu RyuHeadBlackSSBU.png (180 HP)
Attack
13,800 Coliseum (Ω form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Akira)
•Hazard: High Gravity
•The enemy's smash attacks have increased power
•The enemy's physical attacks have increased power
Stamina battle
Cruel Smash
  • The Ryu puppet fighter references both Ryu and Akira being the main martial artist protagonist of their respective fighting games. Akira himself appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The stage represents both the flat layout of the stages of the Virtua Fighter series and the Colosseum stage in the series.
  • The High Gravity hazard and stamina battle condition references the typical ground-based Virtua Fighter battles.
1,296
Shantae (Spirit).png
Shantae Zero Suit Samus ZeroSuitSamusHeadShortsOrangeSSBU.png
Grab
9,400 Pirate Ship •Item: Transforming Types •The enemy's battering items have increased power
•The enemy starts the battle with a Killing Edge
Mob Smash
  • The Zero Suit Samus puppet fighter references both Zero Suit Samus and Shantae sharing a similar hairstyle. The puppet fighter wears an orange sports bra, referencing similar clothing worn by Shantae.
  • The stage references Shantae riding on Risky Boots' ship when the two are briefly allied in Shantae and the Pirate's Curse.
  • The Transforming Type items references Shantae's ability to transform into different creatures and objects.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Killing Edge, referencing Shantae using Risky Boots' sword after retrieving it in Shantae and the Pirate's Curse.
  • In World of Light, Shantae's spirit is located in Alolan Islands. This references Sequin Land, the tropical setting of the Shantae series.
1,297
Risky Boots Spirits.png
Risky Boots Daisy DaisyHeadBlueSSBU.png
Neutral
3,800 Pirate Ship •Bob-omb Festival
•Item: Exploding Types
•Bob-ombs will rain from the sky after a little while
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Molgera
  • The Daisy puppet fighter references both Daisy and Risky Boots sharing sassy personalities. The puppet fighter's blue costume references Risky Botts' blue color scheme.
  • The stage references Risky Boots being a pirate herself. This is also referenced by the pirate ship where Risky Boots's spirit is located in the Mysterious Dimension in World of Light.
  • The rules reference the initial fights with Risky Boots in several Shantae games, where she will bombard the stage with explosive cannonballs from her ship at regular intervals.
  • In World of Light, the Risky Boots spirit must be defeated in order to access the King K. Rool fighter, referencing both characters being fought on a pirate ship and/or as a pirate captain.
1,317
Toy-Con Robot Spirit.png
Toy-Con Robot Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Toy-Con Visor, Toy-Con Outfit)
Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Bionic Helmet, Mecha Suit)
Attack
10,000 New Donk City Hall (Battlefield form) N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy has increased attack power
Marionation Gear
  • The Giant Mii Brawler puppet fighter's costume represents the robot from the Toy Con Robot Kit game, as the costume consists of robotic parts, while the Mii Brawler minion fighter's costume represents the person controlling the robot through the Toy-Con Robot Kit.
  • The stage references the city setting of the Toy-Con Robot Kit.
  • The music references both Chōsōjū Mecha MG and the Toy-Con Robot Kit featuring giant battling robots.
  • The second battle condition references the Toy-Con Robot being indestructible.
1,318
Toy-Con Car Spirit.png
Toy-Con Car Bowser Jr. Team (×8)
(BowserJrHeadSSBU.png (60 HP) BowserJrHeadLarrySSBU.png (60 HP) BowserJrHeadRoySSBU.png (60 HP) BowserJrHeadWendySSBU.png (60 HP) BowserJrHeadIggySSBU.png (60 HP) BowserJrHeadMortonSSBU.png (60 HP) BowserJrHeadLemmySSBU.png (60 HP) BowserJrHeadLudwigSSBU.png (60 HP))
Shield
4,200 Wuhu Island (Frisbee Dog Park) N/A Stamina battle
•The enemy favors side specials
•The enemy can deal damage by dashing into you
Title Theme - 3D Hot Rally
  • The Bowser Jr. Team's favored Clown Kart Dash represents the Toy-Con Car.
  • The stage references the island setting of the Toy Con Vehicle Kit.
  • The music references bothFamicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally and the Toy Con Vehicle Kit featuring racecars.
  • The stamina battle condition references the limited fuel meter the Toy-Con car has.
1,319
Professor Riggs Spirit.png
Professor Riggs & Plaise & Lerna Dr. Mario DrMarioHeadYellowSSBU.png
Bayonetta BayonettaHeadBlueSSBU.png
•Tiny Young Link YoungLinkHeadRedSSBU.png
Neutral
2,500 Paper Mario •Attack Power ↑
•Defense ↑
•The enemy has increased defense after a little while
•The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
Title Theme - Super Mario Maker
  • This spirit battle represents fighting against the Nintendo Labo Development Team: Professor Riggs, Plaise, & Lerna (each represented respectively by Dr. Mario, Tiny Youn Link, and Bayonetta).
    • The yellow Dr. Mario puppet fighter references both Dr. Mario and Professor Riggs sharing a title rank in their respective occupation and wearing a yellow costume
    • The red Tiny Young Link puppet fighter references Plaise's tiny size and youth, who wears a red costume.
    • The blue Bayonetta puppet fighter references both Bayonetta and Lerna being female characters who wears a blue costume.
  • The stage references the Nintendo Labo being made of a cardboard-like material.
  • The music references both Nintendo Labo and Super Mario Maker featuring customization mechanics.
1,320
Toy-Con VR Goggles Spirit.png
Toy-Con VR Goggles R.O.B. ROBHeadYellowSSBU.png
Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 3322, Toy-Con Visor, Red Standard Outfit)
Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 223?, Toy-Con Visor, Blue Standard Outfit)
Shield
3,800 Gamer (Single building layout) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Yuri Kozukata)
•Item: Dragoon Parts
•Hostile assist trophies will appear after a little while Garage
  • The yellow R.O.B. puppet fighter's head resembles the appearance of the Toy-Con VR Goggles.
  • The Mii Gunner minion fighters' costumes each are red and blue, referencing the neon red and blue Joy Cons in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage's single building layout and music references the Toy-Con Garage, a place where players can create their own games in Nintendo Labo, which utilizes the Goggles' VR mode.
  • The Yuri Kozukata Assist Trophy enemy's uses a camera, referencing the VR Goggles' camera add-on.
  • The Dragoon Parts item references the Dragoon, when fully assembled, creating a similar retical to the Goggles, emulating the VR Goggles' vision.
1,347
Radiant Gleam.png
Radiant Gleam •Giant Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (140 HP) (Bionic Helmet, Ray Mk III Outfit)
Grab
3,800 Shadow Moses Island (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Moon)
•Item: Exploding Types
Stamina battle
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy starts the battle with a Killing Edge
Main Theme - METAL GEAR SOLID PEACE WALKER
  • The Giant Mii Gunner puppet fighter's costume represents Radiant Gleam, with the Bionic Helmet resembling the head and the Ray Mk III Outfit resembling the body.
  • The stage and music references both Metal Gear and Daemon X Machina being centered around giant pilotable mecha armor.
  • The Moon Assist Trophy enemy references the plot of Daemon X Machina where a moon collided with the Planet, creating the radiation that turned artificial intelligence against humanity.
  • The Exploding Type items references the various bombs and missiles the enemy Mechs launch.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Killing Edge, referencing the sword Radiant Gleam wields in this spirit's artwork.
1,348
Kloster.png
Kloster (Grief) •Tiny Snake SnakeHeadBlackSSBU.png
•Giant Samus SamusHeadBlackSSBU.png (×2)
•Giant Dark Samus DarkSamusHeadGreySSBU.png
Neutral
9,500 Frigate Orpheon (hazards off) •Attack Power ↑
•Item: Shooting Types
•The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
Mechanical Rhythm
  • The Tiny Snake puppet fighter represents Grief, the main antagonist of Daemon X Machina, with the Giant Dark Samus puppet fighter starting off with Rockey Belt and a Ray Gun representing Kloster, the Arsenal that Grief pilots. The puppet fighters' different sizes reflects the size difference between the Arsenals and their pilots.
  • The Giant Samus minion fighters starting off with Rocket Belts represents the other two members of the Terrors and their Arsenals, Gloom, who pilots Eleos, and Regret, who pilots Antanaklasi.
  • The music references both Xenoblade Chronicles and Demon X Machina being centered around giant pilotable mecha armor.
  • The Shooting Type items references the enemy Mechs being equipped with blaster weapons.
1,349
Bullet Walker.png
Bullet Walker (Brigadier General) •Tiny Ganondorf GanondorfHeadGreenSSBU.png (50 HP)
•Giant R.O.B. (×3) (ROBHeadGreenSSBU.png (60 HP) ROBHeadRedSSBU.png (50 HP) ROBHeadBlueSSBU.png (50 HP))
Shield
9,300 Bridge of Eldin (Battlefield form) •Move Speed ↑
•Attack Power ↑
•Item: Exploding Types
Stamina battle
•The enemy has increased attack power
•The enemy has increased move speed after a little while
Battle in the Base
  • The Tiny Ganondorf puppet fighter represents the Brigadier General, the leader of Bullet Works, with the green Giant R.O.B. puppet fighter starting off with a Super Scope representing Brigadier General's Bullet Walker. The puppet fighters' different sizes reflects the size difference between the Arsenals and their pilots.
  • The other two Giant R.O.B. minion fighters represents the Bullet Walkers, the Arsenals of the Bullet Works members, with the red R.O.B. fighter starting off with a Beam Sword representing Scarlet Sword and the blue R.O.B. fighter starting off with a Rage Blaster representing Shadow Fang.
  • The stage references the wasteland setting of Daemon X Machina.
  • The music references both Metal Gear and Demon X Machina being centered around giant pilotable mecha armor.
  • The rules likely references the Bullet Walkers being all-purpose combat units which includes both strength and speed, equipped with missile launchers.
1,350
High Line.png
High Line (Guns Empress) •Tiny Zero Suit Samus ZeroSuitSamusHeadBlackSSBU.png
Ridley RidleyHeadGreySSBU.png
Attack
4,200 Halberd •Move Speed ↑
•Assist Trophy Enemies (Jeff)
•Item: Shooting Types
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy has increased move speed after a little while
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
Metalopod
  • The Tiny Zero Suit Samus puppet fighter represents Guns Empress, leader of Panzer Crown, with the Giant Meta Ridley puppet fighter starting off with a Rocket Belt and a Staff representing High Line, the Arsenal the Gun Empress pilots. The puppet fighters' different sizes reflects the size difference between the Arsenals and their pilots.
  • The stage likely references the flying vehicles that appear in Daemon X Machina.
  • The rules and battle conditions references High Line being a speed-type combat unit equipped with blaster weapons, with the Jeff Assist Trophy enemy referencing High Line's long distance lock-on tech.
1,351
I Block Spirit.png
I-Tetrimino Corrin Team CorrinHeadBlueSSBU.png (×3)
Attack
9,900 75m (Ω form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Color TV-Game 15) •Hostile assist trophies will appear after a little while
•The enemy favors down air attacks.
•Only certain Pokémon will emerge from Poké Balls (Deoxys)
Tetris: Type A
  • The blue Corrin puppet fighters' favored down aerial attack is also a stall-then-fall, similar to how Tetris blocks fall from the top of the screen, where dropping the blue-colored I-Tetrimino vertically is a common technique to clear multiple lines, including getting a Tetris (clearing four lines at once).
  • The stage references the poles holding up the stage in the background resembling the barriers in the playfield of Tetris.
  • The Color TV-Game 15 Assist Trophy enemy and the Deoxys Poké Ball Pokémon references the shape of the I-Tetrimino through Color TV-Game 15's paddles and Deoxys's Hyper Beam.
1,352
T Block Spirit.png
T-Tetrimino R.O.B. ROBHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Neutral
4,400 Flat Zone X (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Hammer Bro)
•Hazard: Screen Flip
•The screen will suddenly flip
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy favors down smash attacks
Chill (Brawl)
  • The purple R.O.B. puppet fighter's favored down smash attacks references how the attack resembles an upside-down letter T, the shape of the purple-colored T-Tetrimino.
  • The stage references both Tetris and the Game & Watch series being 8-bit retro games.
  • The music references Dr. Mario being a puzzle game inspired by Tetris.
  • The Hammer Bro Assist Trophy enemy references his hammers being shaped like the letter T.
  • The Screen Flip hazard references how Tetris blocks can be rotated before they land.
1,353
Z Block Spirit.png
S-Tetrimino & Z-Tetrimino Zero Suit Samus ZeroSuitSamusHeadRedSSBU.png
Samus SamusHeadGreenSSBU.png
Grab
4,300 Mushroom Kingdom U (Slide Lift Tower) •Sudden Final Smash
•Item: Screw Attack
•The enemy will suddenly have a Final Smash Chill (for 3DS / Wii U)
  • The green Samus and red Zero Suit Samus puppet fighters each represent the green S-Tetrimino & the red Z-Tetrimino respectively. The puppet fighters also references their respective names starting with the letters S and Z.
  • The stage references the Slide Lifts resembling the shape of the represented Tetriminos.
  • The music references Dr. Mario being a puzzle game inspired by Tetris.
  • The Screw Attack item references the Screw Attack's lightning bolt design being shaped like the letter S.
1,354
L Block Spirit.png
L-Tetrimino & J-Tetrimino Luigi LuigiHeadOrangeSSBU.png
Grab
3,700 Mario Bros. (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Left Is Right, Right Is Left
•Assist Trophy Enemies (Waluigi)
•Left and right controls will suddenly reverse after a little while
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
Fever
  • The orange Luigi puppet fighter references the L-Tetrimino's orange color scheme. The puppet fighter also references both Luigi and the L-Tetriminos' names starting with the letter L.
  • The stage references both Tetris and Mario Bros. being 8-bit retro games.
  • The music references Dr. Mario being a puzzle game inspired by Tetris.
  • The Waluigi Assist Trophy enemy references the L-Tetrimino flipped upside down resembling the Greek letter gamma (Γ), which appears on Waluigi's cap.
  • The Reversible Controls hazard references the L-Tetrimino's mirror image, the J-Tetrimino. The hazard also references the Tetris blocks being flipped around.
1,355
O Block Spirit.png
O-Tetrimino Kirby KirbyHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
2,000 Mushroomy Kingdom •Assist Trophy Enemies (Thwomp)
•Item: POW Block
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy favors down specials in the air
Tetris: Type B
  • The yellow Kirby puppet fighter's favored Stone references the square shape of the yellow-colored O-Tetrimino. The puppet fighters' down aerial attack is also a stall-then-fall, similar to how Tetris blocks fall from the top of the screen.
  • The stage layout, the Thwomp Assist Trophy enemy, and the POW Block item references the O-Tetrimino's square shape, with the stage's sandy layout referencing the O-Tetrimino's yellow color scheme.
1,361
Ryo-Spirit.png
Ryo Sakazaki Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (160 HP) (Moveset 2132, Isaac Wig, Orange Fighter Uniform, Low Voice Type 5)
Grab
9,500 Suzaku Castle (Ω form) •Jump Power ↓ Stamina battle
•The enemy will charge up a powerful Final Smash
•All fighters have reduced jump power
ART of FIGHT - Art of Fighting
  • The Mii Brawler's costume, without DLC, represents Ryo Sakazaki, with the Isaac Wig resembling Ryo's blonde hair and the orange Fighter Uniform resembling Ryo's uniform.
  • The puppet fighter's moveset references Ryo's moveset in Art of Fighting, which includes: Flashing Mach Punch (referencing his Zan Retsu Ken), Onslaught and Omega Blitz (referencing his Ryuuko Ranbu), Thrust Uppercut (referencing his Kohou), and Feint Jump (referencing his ability to jump kick off of walls).
  • The stage references Ryo's occupation as a dojo master.
  • The Jump Power ↓ rule and stamina battle condition represents a typical battle in the Art of Fighting series.
Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (160 HP) (Moveset 2132, Ryo Sakazaki Wig, Ryo Sakazaki Outfit, Low Voice Type 5)[1]
1,362
Kyo Kusanagi.png
Kyo Kusanagi Captain Falcon CaptainFalconHeadBlackSSBU.png
Pikachu PikachuHeadSSBU.png
Donkey Kong DonkeyKongHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Attack
9,500 King of Fighters Stadium •Jump Power ↓ •The enemy's explosion and fire attacks have increased power
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
•All fighters have reduced jump power
ESAKA!! - KOF 2002 UM
  • This spirit battle represents fighting against the core members of Team Japan from The King of Fighters
    • The Captain Falcon puppet fighter references both Captain Falcon and Kyo Kusanagi being close-ranged fighters who utilizes fire-based attacks.
    • The Pikachu minion fighter references both Pikachu and Benimaru Nikaido utilizing electric-based attacks
    • The Donkey Kong minion fighter references both Goro Daimon being heavyweight fighters who specializes in grapple-based attacks and shockwaves.
  • The second battle condition represents the team-fighting mechanic of The King of Fighters where teams of three are fought one member at a time.
1,363
Iori Yagami.png
Iori Yagami Wolf (×2) (WolfHeadRedSSBU.png (140 HP) WolfHeadSSBU.png (60 HP))
Neutral
9,500 Reset Bomb Forest (forest) •Jump Power ↓ Stamina battle
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
•All fighters have reduced jump power
Stormy Saxophone 2 - KOF '96
  • The Wolf puppet fighter references Iori's fighting style, which utilizes slashing claws, along with his Blaster and Fire Wolf featuring purple energy, similar to Iori's use of purple fire.
  • The second, more aggressive puppet fighter represents Orochi Iori, his alternate form when influenced by the Riot of the Blood in The King of Fighters '97. The stage's crimson color references the influence of the Riot of the Blood, which turns the stage red.
1,364
Haohmaru.png
Haohmaru Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (160 HP) (Takamaru Wig, Takamaru Outfit)
Attack
9,500 Gerudo Valley (hazards off) •Attack Power ↑
•Item: Swords
Stamina battle
•The enemy has increased attack power when the enemy's at high damage
Gaia - SAMURAI SHODOWN
  • The Mii Swordfighter's costume references both Takamaru and Haohmaru being video game samurais. The puppet fighter's frequent use of Gale Strike references Haohmaru's Senpuuretsuzan attack.
  • The stage and music references Earthquake, another character from Samurai Shodown.
  • The Attack Power ↑ rule and battle condition references the Rage Gauge mechanic from Samurai Shodown.
  • The Sword items and the stamina battle condition references a typical sword battle in the Samurai Shodown series.
1,365
Nakoruru Spirit.png
Nakoruru Zelda ZeldaHeadRedSSBU.png (140 HP)
•Tiny Falco FalcoHeadOrangeSSBU.png (40 HP)
Shield
3,800 Yoshi's Island (winter) •Attack Power ↑
•Item: Swords
•Defeat the main fighter to win
Stamina battle
•The enemy has increased attack power when the enemy's at high damage
Banquet of Nature - SAMURAI SHODOWN
  • The Zelda puppet fighter references both Zelda and Nakoruru having mystical backgrounds. The puppet fighter's costume features red stripes, references the red-and-white color scheme of Nakoruru's tunic.
  • The Tiny Falco minion fighter represents Mamahaha, Nakoruru's hawk companion. The minion fighter's orange costume references Mamahaha's orange-tinted color scheme.
  • The stage references Nakoruru's winter stage in the original Samurai Shodown.
  • Similar to the battle with Haohmaru, the Attack Power ↑ rule and battle condition references the Rage Gauge mechanic from Samurai Shodown. T
  • The Sword items, the puppet fighter starting off with a Killing Edge, and the stamina battle condition references a typical sword battle in the Samurai Shodown series.
1,366
Athena Asamiya.png
Athena Asamiya Palutena PalutenaHeadBlueSSBU.png
Richter RichterHeadGreenSSBU.png
Neutral
9,400 Mushroomy Kingdom (hazards off) N/A •The enemy favors special moves
•Reinforcement will appear during battle
Psycho Soldier Theme (Overseas Version)
  • The Palutena puppet fighter represents Athena Asamiya, referencing her ancestry from the goddess, Princess Athena, from whom Palutena takes inspiration from. The puppet fighter's blue costume references the blue coloration of Athena's uniform.
  • The Richter minion fighter represents Sie Kensou, Athena's close friend who, like Richter, wears a headband. The puppet fighter's green costume references the green coloration of Sie's tunic.
  • The stage's auto-scrolling feature represents the auto-scrolling levels of Psycho Soldier.
  • The puppet fighter's favored special moves and the music references Athena's psionic powers.
1,367
Ralf & Clark.png
Ralf & Clark Snake (×2) (SnakeHeadRedSSBU.png SnakeHeadBlueSSBU.png)
Shield
3,800 Gaur Plain (hazards off) •Item: Exploding Types •The enemy's shooting items have increased power
•The enemy starts the battle with a Super Scope
IKARI - KOF XIV
  • The Snake puppet fighters references both Metal Gear and Ikari Warriors being inspired by '80s action movies such as First Blood. The puppet fighters' red and blue costumes each references the red and blue coloration of Ralf & Clark's headbands.
  • The stage references the jungle-like levels in Ikari Warriors.
  • The Exploding Type items and the battle conditions references the weaponry found in Ikari Warriors.
1,372
Albert Wesker.png
Wesker Captain Falcon CaptainFalconHeadBlackSSBU.png (180 HP)
Attack
9,500 Norfair (Ω form) •Attack Power ↑
•Metal Shift
•Temporary Invincibility
•The enemy will occasionally be invincible
•The enemy will occasionally turn metal when the enemy's at high damage
Stamina battle
Theme of Solid Snake
  • The Captain Falcon puppet fighter represents Albert Wesker, the main antagonist of the Resident Evil series. The puppet fighter's black costume references the black costume Albert is prominently seen wearing.
  • The stage references the location of the final battle in Resident Evil 5, where Chris fought Wesker in the crater of an active volcano in Kijuju, Africa.
  • The music references both Metal Gear Solid 2: Solid Snake and the first three Resident Evil games sharing the same composer, Masami Ueda.
  • The Metal Shift and Temporary Invincibility rules and battle conditions references Uroboros Wesker, the alternate form Wesker takes during the final boss battle in Resident Evil 5 which turned him into a metallic monster after infecting himself with the Uroboros virus.
1,373
LeonRE.png
Leon Fox FoxHeadBlackSSBU.png (150 HP)
Villager Team (×9) (VillagerHeadYellowSSBU.png(60 HP)×3, VillagerHeadPinkSSBU.png(60 HP)×3, VillagerHeadSSBU.png(60 HP)×3)
Shield
3,800 Gerudo Valley (hazards off) •Item: Exploding Types •Defeat the main fighter to win
Stamina battle
•The enemy favors neutral specials
Psycho Bits
  • The Fox puppet fighter references both Fox and Leon serving their respective militaries. The puppet fighter's black costume references the black coloration of Leon'soutfit.
  • The Villager Team represents the Ganado, infected villagers that serve as the main enemies in the village section of Resident Evil 4. The puppet figghters are slow and frequently uses grab attacks, referencing the Ganados' main method of attacking by slowly approaching the player and latching onto them.
  • The stage references the Spanish village in Resident Evil 4 where the game's first act takes place.
  • The music likely references the Mercenaries mode in Resident Evil 4, which features a similar style of techno music.
  • The puppet fighter's favored Blaster and the Exploding Type items references Leon being equipped with his Wing Shooters and explosive weapons.
1,374
Chris Redfield.png
Chris Snake SnakeHeadBlueSSBU.png
Richter RichterHeadBlackSSBU.png
Grab
3,900 Fourside (Battlefield form) •Item: Shooting Types •The enemy starts the battle with a Franklin Badge
•The enemy's ranged weapons have increased power
•The enemy favors special moves
Battle in the Base
  • The Snake puppet fighter references both Snake and Chris Redfield serving their respective military tactical teams. The puppet fighter's frequent use of C4 references Chris being equipped with explosive weapons.
  • The Richter minion fighter represents Piers Nivans, Chris's partner throughout his campaign in Resident Evil 6. The puppet fighter starts off with a Staff, referencing Piers' signature gun in Resident Evil 6, the Anti-Materiel Rifle.
  • The stage references Lanshiang, China, the setting for much of the plot in Resident Evil 6.
  • The Shooting Type items and the second battle condition references Chris and Piers being expert marksman.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Frankling Badge, referencing the Special Tactics And Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S.) badge Chris wears.
1,375
Jill Valentine.png
Jill Wii Fit Trainer WiiFitTrainerHeadSSBU.png
•Giant Ganondorf GanondorfHeadGreySSBU.png
Neutral
2,200 Luigi's Mansion (hazards off) •Item: Ray Gun •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy's shooting items have increased power
•Reinforcements will appear during the battle
Cavern
  • The Wii Fit Trainer puppet fighter references Jill Valentine, with the puppet fighter's grey color scheme sharing the same coloration of Jill's shirt. The Ray Gun item and the second battle condition references Jill utilizing firearms.
  • The Giant Ganondorf minion fighter represents the recurring enemy/boss type, the Tyrant, the particular Tyrant represented being the Pursuer, the first ever Nemesis-T Type introduced in Resident Evil 3. The minion fighter's Slow Super Armor effect references the Tyrant's slow movement towards his opponent while being very hard to KO, damage, or even make it display any signs of being hurt.
  • The stage references the Spencer Mansion, the main setting of the original Resident Evil.
  • The music references both the Metal Gear series and the Resident Evil series featuring a military protagonist.
1,376
AstralChainFemale.png
ASTRAL CHAIN Hero (Female) Zero Suit Samus ZeroSuitSamusHeadSSBU.png
•Metal Shulk ShulkHeadBlueSSBU.png
Attack
9,500 Final Destination •Item: Black Hole •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy favors special moves
Main Theme - METAL GEAR SOLID PEACE WALKER
  • The Zero Suit Samus puppet fighter represents the female ASTRAL CHAIN Hero. The puppet fighter's favored Plasma Whip references the Astral Chains attached to her Legion.
  • The Metal Shulk minion fighter represents the Sword Legion seen in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage references the Astral Planes, with the Black Hole item referencing the Gates, an interdimensional wormhole between the Ark and the Astral Plane.
  • The first battle condition references how the ASTRAL CHAIN Hero must be defeated in order to get a game over.
1,377
AstralChainMale.png
ASTRAL CHAIN Hero (Male) Chrom ChromHeadSSBU.png
•Metal Dark Pit DarkPitHeadBlueSSBU.png
Grab
9,500 Fourside (Ω form) N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy is metal
Corneria - Star Fox Zero
  • The Chrom puppet fighter references both Chrom and the male ASTRAL CHAIN hero being male protagonists with short blue hair.
  • The Metal Dark Pit minion fighter represents the Bow Legion seen in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage references the Ark, the city setting in Astral Chain.
  • The music likely references both Astral Chain and Star Fox Zero being developed by PlatinumGames.
  • Similar to the ASTRAL CHAIN Hero (Female), the battle condition references how the ASTRAL CHAIN Hero must be defeated in order to get a game over.
1,378
Kyle Astral Chain.png
Kyle Cloud CloudHeadSSBU.png
Sheik Team (SheikHeadBlackSSBU.png ×3)
Neutral
4,200 New Pork City (hazards off) •Attack Power ↑
•Item: Exploding Types
•The enemy has increased attack power when the enemy's at high damage
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
Attack - Soma Bringer
  • The Cloud puppet fighter represents Kyle, the leader of the outcast hacker group, the Hermits who, like Cloud, carries a large weapon over his back.
  • This spirit battle references the first encounter with Kyle where the player must defeat three of the Hermits before fighting against Kyle. The Exploding Type items references Kyle dropping bombs on the player while fighting against the three Hermits.
  • The stage references the Ark, the city setting in Astral Chain.
1,379
Lappy.png
Lappy •Giant Isabelle IsabelleHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
2,400 Fourside (hazards off) •Invisibility
•Item: Throwing Types
•The enemy is invisible
•The enemy is giant
Balloon Trip (for 3DS / Wii U)
  • The Isabelle puppet fighter references both Isabelle and Lappy being yellow, long-eared mascot characters. The puppet fighter's Giant size references Lappy being adult-sized.
  • Similar to the battle with the ASTRAL CHAIN Hero (Male), the stage references the Ark's city setting in Astral Chain.
  • The music and the Throwing Type items references "Lappy Balloon", an 8-bit minigame where Lappy hands out balloons to people.
  • The Invisibility battle condition references Lappy appearing out of nowhere during the tutorial.
1,394
Kunio.png
Kunio Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Toad Outfit)
Attack
9,500 Moray Towers •Item Tidal Wave
•Item: Battering Types
•The enemy favors neutral specials
•The enemy has increased attack power
•Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while
Mach Rider
  • The Mii Brawler puppet fighter's costume represents Kunio with the Toad Outfit resembling Kunio's robes. The puppet fighter's favored Flashing Mach Punch references Kunio's signature move, Mach Punch.
  • The stage references the main city setting of the River City series.
  • The music references both Mach Rider and River City Ransom being released on the NES.
  • The Battering Type items references the battering weapons used during the River City series fights.
  • The Food item (Onigiri) in the Item Tidal Wave rule and the second battle condition references how Kunio increases his stats by eating food.
1,395
Riki (River City).png
Riki (River City) Little Mac LittleMacHeadBlackSSBU.png
Shield
3,600 Saffron City (hazards off) •Attack Power ↑
•Item: Balls
•The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
•The enemy favors neutral attacks
Excite Truck
  • The Little Mac puppet fighter references both Little Mac and Riki utilizing fast punches in their respective game series. The puppet fighter's black costume features blue shorts, referencing the blue coloration of Riki's jacket.
  • The stage references the main city setting of the River City series.
  • The Ball items references Riki participating in the Hanazono High School's sports clubs.
  • The puppet fighter's favored Straight Lunge references Riki's signature move, Mach Punch, which is also Kunio's signature move.
1,396
Goda.png
Goda Donkey Kong DonkeyKongHeadGreenSSBU.png
Diddy Kong DiddyKongHeadYellowSSBU.png
Neutral
2,000 Onett •Item: Battering Types •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy's side special has increased power
•The enemy favors side specials
Golden Forest
  • The Donkey Kong puppet fighter references both Donkey Kong and Goda being strong fighters who uses an attack similar to Donkey Kong's Headbutt. The puppet fighter's green coloration references the green coloration of Goda's jacket.
  • The Diddy Kong minion fighter represents Godai, referencing both Diddy Kong and Godai being close friends with Donkey Kong and Goda respectively.
  • The stage references the main city setting of the River City series.
  • Similar to the battle with Kunio, the Battering Type items references the battering weapons used during the River City series fights.
1,397
Ryuichi & Ryuji.png
Ryuichi & Ryuji Ryu RyuHeadPurpleSSBU.png (×2)
Neutral
9,300 Wrecking Crew (Battlefield form) •Item: Killing Edge •The enemy's side special has increased power
•The enemy favors side specials
Flash in the Dark (Dr. Wily Stage 1)
  • The Ryu puppet fighter references Ryuichi & Ryuji being martial artists who shares "Ryu" as part of their names. The puppet fighter's orange costume references the orange coloration of the Dragon Twins' outfits.
  • The stage references the main city setting of the River City series.
  • The music references Mega Man 9 being styled after games released on the NES, the console which River City Ransom was released on.
  • The Killing Edge item references the battering weapons used during the River City series fights.
  • The puppet fighters' favored Tatsumaki Senpukyaku references the Dragon Twins' frequent use of jumpkicks.
1,398
CupheadSpirit.jpeg
Cuphead Mega Man MegaManHeadRedSSBU.png (140 HP)
•Giant Peach Team (×3) (PeachHeadWhiteSSBU.png (70 HP) PeachHeadRedSSBU.png (70 HP) PeachHeadGreenSSBU.png (70 HP))
Attack
9,400 New Pork City (Ω form) N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy's ranged weapons have increased power
Stamina battle
Final Results - Wii Party U
  • The Mega Man puppet fighter, without DLC, and the battle conditions references to Cuphead being a run-and-gun game, which involves the player continuously firing projectiles at bosses while dodging their attacks with Mega Man's games being the first among the genre.
  • The Giant Peach Team likely references the Root Pack, a trio of giant root vegetables that serve as the boss of Inkwell Isle I, similar to the giant vegetables that the Giant Peaches use. The three minion fighters also references the multiple phases in each boss fight.
  • The stage features flashing neon lights, referencing the Devil's Casino, which also features flashing neon lights.
  • The music, without DLC, references the jazz-inspired soundtrack in Cuphead.
Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (140 HP) (Cuphead Hat, Cuphead Outfit)[1]
•Giant Peach Team (×3) (PeachHeadWhiteSSBU.png (70 HP) PeachHeadRedSSBU.png (70 HP) PeachHeadGreenSSBU.png (70 HP))
Floral Fury[1]
1,399
Mugman.jpeg
Mugman Mega Man Team (×2) MegaManHeadCyanSSBU.pngMegaManHeadRedSSBU.png
Shield
9,400 Garden of Hope (hazards off) •Sudden Final Smash
•Item: Screw Attack
•The enemy will suddenly have a Final Smash after a while
•The enemy favors neutral specials
•The enemy has increased attack power
Clu Clu Land
  • The two puppet fighters represents Mugman and Cuphead being twin brothers with identical attributes. The Mega Man puppet fighters' cyan and red coloration references Mugman and Cupheads' cyan and red shorts respectively.
  • The stage references Inkwell Isle One where Cuphead and Mugman live with their father figure Elder Kettle and fight the first bosses encountered in the game.
  • The music, without DLC, references the jazz-inspired soundtrack in Cuphead.
  • The Screw Attack item references the jumping animation in Cuphead.
  • The Sudden Final Smash rule and battle conditions references to the Super Arts from Cuphead, with the Mii Gunner's Final Smash, Full Blast, resembling Super Art 1, Energy Beam.
  • The Mii Gunners' favored Charge Blast references one of the unlockable weapons which lets Cuphead and Mugman fire charged projectiles.
Mii Gunner Team (×2) MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Cuphead Hat, Cuphead Outfit)[1] Floral Fury[1]
1,400
DevilCuphead.jpeg
The Devil (Cuphead) •Giant Mewtwo MewtwoHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Neutral
4,000 Castle Siege (Underground Cavern) •Attack Power ↑
•Assist Trophy Enemies (Bomberman)
•Hostile assist trophies will appear after a little while
•The enemy has increased attack power when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy starts the battle with a Death's Scythe
Flashes of Fear
  • The Mewtwo puppet fighter references both Mewtwo and the Devil sporting elongated tails. The puppet fighter's purple coloration features a dark shade, referencing the Devil's dark color scheme.
  • This spirit battle references the final stage of Cuphead, "One Hell Of A Time", where the Devil is fought in an inferno. During the fight, the Devil descends underground and grows in size, while Cuphead and Mugman must navigate floating rock platforms to survive.
  • The music, without DLC, references the jazz-inspired soundtrack in Cuphead.
  • The Bomberman Assist Trophy enemy references the bat-winged bombs that the Devil summons, which explode into a huge radius when not dealt with.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Death's Scythe, referencing the pitchfork the Devil carries.
Floral Fury[1]
1,401
KingDice.jpeg
King Dice •Giant Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Chibi-Robo Hat, Butler Outfit)
•Tiny Mr. Game & Watch Team (×6) MrGame&WatchHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Grab
2,300 WarioWare, Inc. N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy has super armor but moves slower
Jungle Level Jazz Style (for 3DS / Wii U)
  • The Giant Mii Swordfighter puppet fighter's chosen costume represents King Dice, with the Chibi-Robo Hat resembling King Dice's flat-topped head and the Butler Outfit resembling his tuxedo.
  • The white Tiny Mr. Game & Watch Team represents the row of cards that King Dice summons when fighting him. The number of fighters and their frequent use of Judge references the dice that appear throughout the fight that determine which bosses are fought before facing King Dice himself.
  • The stage references the stage "All Bets Are Off!", in which landing on a red numbered space sends the player to a mini-boss, similar to being sent into the microgames. The board game can also benefit the player by giving health, which can also happen after completing microgames.
  • The music, without DLC, represents the jazz-inspired soundtrack in Cuphead.
  • The Slow Super Armor battle condition references how King Dice is impossible to launch or make flinch when you fight him in the original game.
Floral Fury[1]
1,402
Lotus Spirit.jpeg
Lotus Bayonetta BayonettaHeadBlueSSBU.png
Neutral
3,600 Frigate Orpheon (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Gray Fox) •Hostile assist trophies will appear The Keeper of the Lake
  • The Bayonetta puppet fighter represents Lotus, the player's guide in WARFRAME. The puppet fighter's blue costume references the blue-and-black coloration of Lotus's outfit.
  • The stage references the Kuva Fortress, a space-bound location which, like the Frigate Orpheon, features a boss battle who shares the royal title of "queen".
  • The Gray Fox Assist Trophy enemy references the various Tenno in the game, who all wear cybernetic suits to fight in. The Assist Trophy enemy also references its close resemblance to Excalibur.
1,404
Ring Fit Trainees Spirit.jpeg
Ring Fit Trainees Wii Fit Trainer (×2) (WiiFitTrainerHeadMaleRedSSBU.pngWiiFitTrainerHeadRedSSBU.png)
Attack
9,400 Golden Plains •Curry-Filled •The enemy breathes fire Training Menu - Wii Fit U
  • The Wii Fit Trainer puppet fighters and the music references both 'Wii Fit and Ring Fit Adventure being exercise genre games. The puppet fighters also references both the Wii Fit Trainers and the Ring Fit Trainees being fit characters whose genders are chosen by the player.
  • The stage features collectible coins, referencing the collectible rings throughout Ring Fit Adventure.
  • The Curry-Filled rule and battle condition references the Ring Fit Trainee's hair when synced with Ring, represented with the player's heart rate.
1,405
Dragaux Spirit.jpeg
Dragaux Incineroar IncineroarHeadGreySSBU.png (200 HP)
Shield
9,500 Find Mii (Ω form) •Metal Shift
•Giant
•Item: Food
•The enemy is giant when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy will occasionally turn metal when the enemy's at high damage
Stamina battle
Battle Start - Fossil Fighters: Frontier
  • The Incineroar puppet fighter references both Incineroar and Dragaux emphasizing their upper body strength. The puppet fighter's grey coloration references Dragaux's grey color scheme.
  • The stage, music, and stamina battle condition references the battle at Dragaux Stadium, which ends each world and where Dragaux challenges the player with exercise and a boss battle.
  • The Metal Shift and Giant rules and battle conditions references the final boss battle against Dragaux where he transforms into the gigantic Dark Dragaux.
  • The Food item references the different types of ingredients used to make smoothies, which boosts the player's health.
1,406
Ring Spirit.jpeg
Ring Wii Fit Trainer WiiFitTrainerHeadRedSSBU.png
•Clear Bayonetta BayonettaHeadSSBU.png
Neutral
3,800 Garden of Hope (hazards off) N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy starts the battle with a Gust Bellows
•The enemy is invisible
Boss Battle
  • Similar to the battle with the Ring Fit Trainee, the Wii Fit Trainer puppet fighter represents the female Ring Fit Trainee.
  • The Clear Bayonetta puppet fighter's frequent use of smash attacks resembles a ring, referencing Ring's circular shape. The puppet fighter's Wicked Weaves releases the disembodied limbs of a demon, referencing both Ring's ability to attack by releasing holographic disembodies rings, and the opening of Ring Fit Adventure where Dragaux is released from Ring.
  • The stage references the opening and the first stage in Beginnia, where Ring is met.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Gust Bellows, referencing Ring's ability to inhale or burst air like a vacuum cleaner.
1,411
Duran Angela Spirit.jpg
Duran & Angela Roy RoyHeadGreenSSBU.png
Zelda ZeldaHeadRedSSBU.png
•Tiny Bunny Kirby KirbyHeadYellowSSBU.png×2
Attack
9,200 Gaur Plain (Ω form) •Item: Ramblin' Evil Mushroom •Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd Filled with Hope
  • The Roy puppet fighter references both Roy and Duran being red-haired swordsmen, with the Zelda puppet fighter references both Zelda nad Angela being tapered-eared princesses unreleated to elves.
  • The yellow Tiny Bunny Kirby minion fighters represent the Rabites, round, yellow-colored, rabbit-like enemies recurring in the Mana series.
  • The stage references the various grassland areas in the Mana series.
  • The Ramblin' Evil Mushroom item references the Mushboom, a recurring enemy from the Mana series.
1,412
Kevin Charlotte Spirit.jpg
Kevin & Charlotte Incineroar IncineroarHeadOrangeSSBU.png
•Tiny Robin RobinHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
9,100 Hyrule Castle (hazards off) •Health Recovery
•Attack Power ↑
•The enemy has increased attack power when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy is healed significantly when the enemy's at high damage.
Preparing to Advance
  • The Incineroar puppet fighter and the Attack Power ↑ rule represents Kevin, a tiger-like Demi-Beastman who can transform into a powerful beastly werewolf.
  • The Tiny Robin puppet fighter starts off with a Star Rod, representing Charlotte and her star-tipped flail. The Health Recovery rule references Charlotte being a Half-Elf Cleric with the ability to heal herself and her party.
  • The stage references the castle of Ferolia, the Beast Kingdom to which Kevin is the prince.
  • The music references both Fire Emblemand Trials of Mana being fantasy role-playing games.
1,413
Hawkeye Riesz Spirit.jpg
Hawkeye & Riesz Sheik SheikHeadRedSSBU.png
Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Peach's Crown, Pirate Outfit, Type 4 Normal voice)
Grab
9,600 Great Bay (hazards off) •Earthquake •Timed battle (1:30)
•Periodic earthquakes will shake the stage
•The enemy favors special moves
Dawn in the Desert
  • The Sheik puppet fighter references both Sheik and Hawkeye being nimble characters, with the puppet fighter also referencing Hawkeye being able to change his class to Ninja at Level 18.
  • The Mii Swordfighter puppet fighter's costume represents Riez, with Peach's Crown referencing Riez being the blonde princess of Laureate, and the green-colored Pirate Outfit resembling Riez's clothes.
  • The stage and music references the Oasis of Deen, an oasis village in Nerval, Hawkeye's homeland.
  • The Earthquake rule and battle condition references Rock Fall, an Earth-based spell that Hawkeye uses as a Ranger-class character.
1,421
Alfyn Therion Spirit.jpg
Alfyn & Therion Sheik SheikHeadBlackSSBU.png
Dr. Mario DrMarioHeadBlackSSBU.png
Attack
9,200 Distant Planet (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Poison Floor •The floor is poisonous
•The enemy's melee blows will heal them when they hit
Save the World, Heroes!
  • The Sheik puppet fighter represents Therion, a thief who avoids being seen. The puppet fighter's frequent use of Needle Storm and Burst Grenade references Therion's dagger and fire-based attacks.
  • The Dr. Mario puppet fighter represents Alfyn, an apothecary who wants to help others in need. The puppet fighter's frequent use of Megavitamins, the Poison Floor hazard, and the Lifesteal battle condition references Alfyn's ability to conjure up potions in the middle of battle, including poisons and medicine.
  • The stage represents the town of Clearbrook, a village situated near a forest where Alfyn hails from.
  • The music references both Find Miiand Octopath Traveler being role-playing games.
1,422
Tressa Cyrus Spirit.jpg
Tressa & Cyrus Villager VillagerHeadPinkSSBU.png
Robin RobinHeadSSBU.png
Attack
9,400 Luigi's Mansion •Item: Battering Items
•Hazard: Heavy Wind
•Dangerously high winds are in effect after a little while Battle Scene / Final Boss - Golden Sun
  • The Villager puppet fighter references both the Villager and Tressa being characters who makemoney by selling items, with the Battering Items references the weapons Tressa purchases and sells as a merchant.
  • The Robin puppet fighter represents Cyrus, a professor who, like Robin, uses various elemental attacks in battle.
  • The stage references the Ruins of Eld where Cyrus journeys to achieve the magical tome, From the Far Reaches of Hell.
  • The music references both Golden Sunand Octopath Traveler being role-playing games.
  • The Heavy Wind hazard references Tressa's wind-based attacks that she can primarily use in battle.
1,423
Haanit Ophilia Spirit.jpg
H'aanit & Ophilia Palutena PalutenaHeadSSBU.png
Wolf WolfHeadSSBU.png
Pit PitHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Grab
9,200 Summit (Battlefield form) •Health Recovery •The enemy's ranged weapons have increased power
•The enemy can unleash powerful critical hits at random
•The enemy is healed significantly when the enemy's at high damage
Battle Start - Fossil Fighters: Frontier
  • The Palutena puppet fighter references both Palutena and Ophelia utilizing magical abilities while carrying a large staff. The Health Recovery rule and battle condition references Ophilia's abilities as a cleric to heal herself and the party.
  • The Pit puppet fighter frequently using Palutena Bow represents H'aanit, an archer with a bow as a primary weapon. The Wolf puppet fighter represents Linde, H'aanit's snow leopard companion.
  • The stage represents the Frostlands, a snowbound region in the northern areas of Orsterra (Octopath Traveler's main setting), from which Ophilia hails.
  • The music references both Fossil Fightersand Octopath Traveler being role-playing games.
1,424
Olberic Primrose Spirit.jpg
Olberic & Primrose Bayonetta BayonettaHeadPinkSSBU.png
Shield
9,500 Coliseum •Assist Trophy Enemies (Black Knight) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy favors air attacks
Worthy Rival Battle
  • The Bayonetta puppet fighter, a feminine fighter with a well-known passion for dance, represents Primrose.
  • The stage references the arena in Victors Hollow, a location Olberic travels to during his story in search of Erhardt, an ally turned traitor.
  • The Black Knight Assist Trophy enemy represents Olberic, a knight from a fallen kingdom who uses very strong sword attacks able to defeat enemies quickly.
  • Uniquely, Olberic is the only Octopath Traveler cast member to not be represented by a puppet fighter, instead being represented through the Black Knight Assist Trophy.
  1. ^ a b c d e f g This alternative occurs when the corresponding DLC has been purchased and downloaded.

Series Order[edit]

Number Name Series
1,115 Sheriff Sheriff Series
1,116 Pitcher & Batter Baseball
1,117 Tennis Player Tennis
1,118 Tamagon Devil World
1,119 Devil
1,120 Urban Champion Fighter Urban Champion Series
1,121 Bubbles Clu Clu Land Series
1,122 Unira
1,123 Excitebike Excitebike Series
1,124 Balloon Fighter Balloon Fight Series
1,125 Fish
1,126 Mach Rider Mach Rider Series
1,127 Diskun Disk System
1,128 Takamaru The Mysterious Murasame Castle
1,129 Volleyball Player Volleyball
1,130 Donbe & Hikari Famicom Mukashibanashi Series
1,131 Donbe & Hikari (Shin Onigashima Kouhen)
1,132 Hockey Players Ice Hockey
1,133 MONSTER Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally Series
1,134 Tank & Infantry Famicom Wars Series
1,135 Andy Advance Wars Series
1,136 Eagle
1,137 Olaf
1,138 Ayumi Tachibana Famicom Tantei Club Series
1,139 Goku & Chao Famicom Mukashibanashi Series
1,140 Sukapon Joy Mech Fight
1,141 Yakuman Player Yakuman
1,142 Commander X
1,143 Frog & Snake Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru
1,144 Prince of Sablé
1,145 Prince Richard
1,146 Muddy Mole Mole Mania
1,147 Maruhige Shop Owner Trade & Battle: Card Hero Series
1,148 Satoru
1,149 Dr. Wright SimCity Series
1,150 ST Falcon Battle Clash
1,151 F-Type Stunt Race FX
1,152 Tractor Trailer
1,153 Lip Panel de Pon Series
1,154 Dion, Max, & Jack Marvelous: Mouhitotsu no Takarajima
1,155 Hakkun Sutte Hakkun
1,156 Girl from Hajimari no Mori Hajimari no Mori
1,157 Harry Teleroboxer
1,158 Ryota Hayami Wave Race Series
1,159 Akari Hayami 1080° Series
1,160 Ray Mk II Custom Robo Series
1,161 Ray Mk III
1,162 Flare
1,163 Bayonette
1,164 Saki Amamiya Sin & Punishment Series
1,165 Isa Jo
1,166 Helirin Kuru Kuru Kururin Series
1,167 Alessandro Inzaghi Napoleon
1,168 Isaac Golden Sun Series
1,169 Isaac (Dark Dawn)
1,170 Garet
1,171 Ivan
1,172 Mia
1,173 Felix
1,174 Jenna
1,175 Matthew
1,176 Magical Vacation Protagonists Magical Vacation Series
1,177 Putty
1,178 Mokka
1,179 DeMille Tomato Adventure
1,180 Tomatrio
1,181 Starfy The Legendary Starfy Series
1,182 Starly
1,183 Moe
1,184 Old Man Lobber
1,185 Mermaid
1,186 Mattel
1,187 Cupid Sennen Kazoku
1,188 Li'l Blue Nonono Puzzle Chalien
1,189 Yama SimTower SP
1,190 Jill & the Drill Dozer Drill Dozer
1,191 Pocket Football Player Calciobit Series
1,192 Karate Joe Rhythm Heaven Series North America
Rhythm Paradise Series PAL
1,193 The Wandering Samurai
1,194 Wandering Samurai (Rhythm Heaven Fever) North America
Wandering Samurai (Beat the Beat) PAL
1,195 Sick Beats Doctor
1,196 The Chorus Kids
1,197 Munchy Monk
1,198 Reporter & Wrestler
1,199 Baxter & Forthington
1,200 Sumo Brothers
1,201 Pig Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest
1,202 Alexandra Roivas Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem
1,203 Mappo Giftpia
1,204 Sagi Baten Kaitos Series
1,205 Milly
1,206 Chibi-Robo Chibi-Robo! Series
1,207 Super Chibi-Robo
1,208 Telly
1,209 Drake Redcrest
1,210 Chibi-Tot
1,211 Barbara the Bat Jam with the Band Series
1,212 Ashley Robbins North America
Ashley Mizuki Robins PAL
Trace Memory Series North America
Another Code Series PAL
1,213 Hanenbow Electroplankton Series
1,214 Dr. Kawashima Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! Series North America
Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? Series PAL
1,215 Dr. Kawashima (Concentration Training) North America
Dr. Kawashima (Devilish Brain Training) PAL
1,216 Dr. Lobe Big Brain Academy Series
1,217 Ouendan Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan Series
1,218 Ouendan Cheerleaders
1,219 Elite Beat Agents Elite Beat Agents Series
1,220 Elite Beat Divas
1,221 Satoru Amatsubo Project Hacker: Kakusei
1,222 Warrior Mech Gauss Chōsōjū Mecha MG
1,223 Kyle Hyde Hotel Dusk: Room 215
1,224 Kurikin Kurikin Nano Island Story
1,225 Hsien Sujin Taisen: Number Battles Series
1,226 Magkid Slide Adventure MAGKID
1,227 Aisya ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat
1,228 Num Diddly Make 10: A Journey of Numbers
1,229 Idea Soma Bringer
1,230 Welt
1,231 T-Rex Fossil Fighters Series
1,232 Nibbles
1,233 Glory of Heracles Hero Glory of Heracles Series
1,234 Heracles
1,235 Chef (Personal Trainer: Cooking) North America
Chef (Cooking Guide) PAL
Personal Trainer: Cooking Series North America
Cooking Guide: Can't Decide What to Eat? Series PAL
1,236 Shop Assistant Style Savvy Series North America
Nintendo presents: Style Boutique Series PAL
1,237 Vince Art Academy Series
1,238 Looksley Looksley's Line Up North America
Tales in a Box: Hidden shapes in perspective! PAL
1,239 Prince Saruno Tsukutte Utau: Saru Band
1,240 Mio & Mayu Amakura Fatal Frame Series North America
Project Zero Series PAL
1,241 Yuri Kozukata
1,242 Nick Captain Rainbow
1,243 Captain Rainbow
1,244 Raymond Bryce Disaster: Day of Crisis
1,245 Beetle Excitebots: Trick Racing
1,246 Orville Takt of Magic
1,247 Frey & Freya Zangeki no Reginleiv
1,248 Ando Kensaku And-Kensaku
1,249 Zip FlingSmash
1,250 Zael The Last Story
1,251 Calista
1,252 Aeron Pandora's Tower
1,253 Elena
1,254 Toy Poodle Nintendogs Series
1,255 French Bulldog
1,256 Labrador Retriever
1,257 BlueShark Steel Diver Series
1,258 Mallo Pushmo North America
Pullblox PAL
1,259 Sakura Samurai North America
Hana Samurai PAL
Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword North America
Hana Samurai: Art of the Sword PAL
1,260 Nikki Swapnote Series North America
Nintendo Letter Box Series PAL
1,261 Noise Kiki Trick
1,262 Dillon Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers
1,263 Russ
1,264 Shovel Knight Shovel Knight Series
1,265 Shield Knight
1,266 Plague Knight
1,267 King Knight
1,268 Specter Knight
1,269 Culdra Culdcept Series
1,270 Goligan
1,271 Allen
1,272 Tempo HarmoKnight
1,273 Eddy Fluidity: Spin Cycle North America
Hydroventure: Spin Cycle PAL
1,274 Kageshina Kurabe Nintendoji
1,275 Inuji Darumeshi Darumeshi Sports Store
1,276 Rusty Slugger Rusty's Real Deal Baseball
1,277 Arcade Bunny Nintendo Badge Arcade
1,278 Qbby BOXBOY! Series
1,279 Henry Fleming Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.
1,280 Tethu Ever Oasis
1,281 Esna
1,282 Musashi Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido
1,283 Wonder-Red The Wonderful 101
1,284 Wonder-Blue
1,285 Rayman Rayman Series
1,286 Clip & Snip Snipperclips - Cut it out, together! Series
1,292 Boss Galaga Galaga Series
1,293 Bomberman Bomberman Series
1,294 Akira Virtua Fighter Series
1,295 Rathalos MONSTER HUNTER Series
1,296 Shantae Shantae Series
1,297 Risky Boots
1,317 Toy-Con Robot Nintendo Labo Series
1,318 Toy-Con Car
1,319 Professor Riggs & Plaise & Lerna North America
Professor Gerry, Plaise, & Lerna PAL
1,320 Toy-Con VR Goggles
1,347 Radiant Gleam DAEMON X MACHINA
1,348 Kloster (Grief)
1,349 Bullet Walker (Brigadier General)
1,350 High Line (Guns Empress)
1,351 I-Tetrimino Tetris Series
1,352 T-Tetrimino
1,353 S-Tetrimino & Z-Tetrimino
1,354 L-Tetrimino & J-Tetrimino
1,355 O-Tetrimino
1,361 Ryo Sakazaki Art of Fighting Series
1,362 Kyo Kusanagi THE KING OF FIGHTERS Series
1,363 Iori Yagami
1,364 Haohmaru SAMURAI SHODOWN Series
1,365 Nakoruru
1,366 Athena Asamiya Psycho Soldier
1,367 Ralf & Clark Ikari Warriors Series
1,372 Wesker Resident Evil Series
1,373 Leon
1,374 Chris
1,375 Jill
1,376 ASTRAL CHAIN Hero (Female) ASTRAL CHAIN
1,377 ASTRAL CHAIN Hero (Male)
1,378 Kyle
1,379 Lappy
1,394 Kunio River City Series
1,395 Riki (River City)
1,396 Goda
1,397 Ryuichi & Ryuji
1,398 Cuphead Cuphead
1,399 Mugman
1,400 The Devil (Cuphead)
1,401 King Dice
1,402 Lotus Warframe
1,403 Natah
1,404 Ring Fit Trainees Ring Fit Adventure
1,405 Dragaux
1,406 Ring
1,411 Duran & Angela Mana Series
1,412 Kevin & Charlotte
1,413 Hawkeye & Riesz
1,421 Alfyn & Therion OCTOPATH TRAVELER
1,422 Tressa & Cyrus
1,423 H'aanit & Ophilia
1,424 Olberic & Primrose

Trivia[edit]

  • The Tank & Infantry spirit did not initially have a spirit battle, but gained one via the The More the Merrier Spirit Board event. Prior to the Rematch feature in version 8.0.0, this was the only way to participate in the spirit battle.
  • Spring Man, Ribbon Girl, Ninjara, Min Min, and Twintelle are the first spirits listed in the "Others" category to have a playable fighter from their franchise added as DLC, thus gaining their own category.
    • Min Min is the first and currently the only fighter to have a spirit prior to being added as a fighter.
  • Prior to the 1.1.0 update, all Shovel Knight spirits were ordered between Rayman and Clip & Snip rather than between the Dillon's Rolling Western and Culdcept spirits.
  • Despite all four River City spirits arriving on the Spirit Board before the release of Byleth and corresponding Fire Emblem: Three Houses spirits, the former are numbered after the latter in the spirit list. Prior to the 7.0.0 update, this resulted in a complete spirit inventory having 1383 spirits, with the final spirit in the list (Ryuichi & Ryuji) being #1397, and lacking spirits #1380-1393 altogether.
  • Several third-party series are ordered by the console and year their first Nintendo-published installment was released rather than being categorized with the miscellaneous third-party series, which starts from Boss Galaga and ends with Risky Boots from the Shantae series.
    • SimCity was first published by Maxis for the Amiga and Macintosh in 1989, but it is categorized as a SNES series, as the version of SimCity for that console was published by Nintendo in 1991.
    • Chee-Chai Alien was first published by Creatures Inc. for the Game Boy Color in 2001, but it is categorized as a Game Boy Advance series, as Nonono Puzzle Chalien for the Game Boy Advance was published by Nintendo in 2005.
    • The Tower was first published by OPeNBooK (now known as Vivarium) for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh System 7 in 1994, but it is categorized as a Game Boy Advance series, as The Tower SP for the Game Boy Advance was published by Nintendo in Japan in 2005.
    • Glory of Heracles was first published by Data East for the Famicom in 1987, but it is categorized as a Nintendo DS series, as Glory of Heracles: Proof of the Soul for the Nintendo DS was published by Nintendo in 2008.
    • Fatal Frame was first published by Tecmo for the PlayStation 2 in 2001, but it is categorized as a Wii series, as Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse for the Wii was published by Nintendo in 2008.
    • Culdcept was first published by OmiyaSoft for the Sega Saturn in 1997, but it is categorized as a Nintendo 3DS series, as the first installment for the 3DS was published by Nintendo in 2012.
    • Rayman was first published by Ubisoft for the Atari Jaguar in 1995, but it is categorized as a Wii U series, as Rayman Legends for the Wii U was published by Nintendo in Japan in 2013.
    • Shovel Knight was first published by Yacht Club Games for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii U in 2014, but it is categorized as a Nintendo 3DS series, as the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U versions of Shovel Knight were published by Nintendo in Japan in 2016. However, it is ordered between the Dillon's Rolling Western series and the Culdcept series, despite both Dillon's Rolling Western and the first Nintendo-published Culdcept installment being released in 2012.
    • Baten Kaitos is the only third-party series to be categorized with the first-party series, but not be ordered by its first Nintendo-published installment. Rather than being ordered as the last series to debut on the Nintendo GameCube, it is ordered between GiFTPiA (which debuted in 2003) and Chibi-Robo (which debuted in 2005). This is despite the fact that the first game in the series, Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean, was published by Namco in 2003, while the prequel, Baten Kaitos Origins (which Sagi and Milly appear in), was published by Nintendo in 2006.
    • With regards to the Shantae series' placement in the spirit list, it may be due to its later release in Japan and not on the release of Shantae on Game Boy Color (which released in North America on June 2nd, 2002), as Risky's Revenge and Pirate's Curse were released on September 1st, 2016 and September 7th, 2016, respectively.
  • Similarly, some first-party series are ordered by the release date of specific installments rather than their first installment.
    • The MONSTER's ordering is based on the release date of Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally, rather than Famicom Grand Prix: F-1 Race.
    • Ayumi Tachibana's ordering is based on the release date of Famicom Tantei Club Part II: Ushiro ni Tatsu Shōjo for the Famicom Disk System, rather than Famicom Tantei Club: Kieta Kōkeisha for the Famicom Disk System.
    • Ryota Hayami's ordering is based on the release date of Wave Race 64, rather than Wave Race for the Game Boy. This results in it being categorized as a Nintendo 64 series.
    • Chef's ordering is based on the release date of Personal Trainer: Cooking, rather than Shaberu! DS Oryōri Navi.
    • The Nintendogs series' ordering is based on the release date of Nintendogs + Cats, rather than the original Nintendogs. This results in it being categorized as a Nintendo 3DS series rather than a Nintendo DS series.
    • Eddy's ordering is based on the release date of Fluidity: Spin Cycle, rather than Fluidity for WiiWare. This results in it being categorized as a Nintendo 3DS series.
  • The Nintendo DS is represented with the most series, with 22. In contrast, the Virtual Boy is represented with the fewest series, with only one, that being Teleroboxer.
  • The Rhythm Heaven series has the most spirits of those not represented by a fighter, having 9 across its various installments.
  • Golden Sun is the only universe without a fighter to have at least one spirit of every class.
  • Electroplankton, Nintendogs and Balloon Fight have their own series symbols, but their spirits lack their respective symbol.
  • Nintendogs is the only non-fighter series to use real life pictures for their spirits. Furthermore, it is the only series to use living organisms for its "artwork", rather than man-made sculpted models.
    • Nintendogs is also the only non-fighter series (aside from those featured in Pac-Man's Namco Roulette taunt) not to have every otherwise-present character appear as a spirit; with the exception of the Toy Poodle, all of the various breeds featured in the Living Room stage lack Spirits.
  • Yama is ordered after Li'l Blue, despite The Tower SP predating Nonono Puzzle Chalien by 2 months.
    • Curiously, Yama's game of origin is credited as "SimTower SP", despite the official English title of the game being the same as its Japanese title, The Tower SP. Furthermore, the SimTower title has not been used in an installment since the first game of The Tower series, SimTower: The Vertical Empire.
  • Despite Kiki Trick only ever releasing on the Wii, Noise is categorized with the Nintendo 3DS series, being ordered between Nikki and Dillon.
  • The Cuphead spirits mark the first instances where the spirit battles can change depending on if DLC is installed, in which downloading the Cuphead Mii costume can change their music and, in the case of the Cuphead and Mugman spirit battles, puppet fighters to accommodate the new content.
  • The Devil from Cuphead uses the title of the game in his name despite there not being any other character specifically named "The Devil" in English. This is most likely a leftover from the Japanese version where he and Devil from Devil World both use the name デビル.
  • Lotus is the first DLC enhanceable spirit to not be exclusive to a DLC Spirit Board, instead making her debut in a Spirit Board event.