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List of spirits (R.O.B. series)

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The following is the list of the spirits from the R.O.B. series in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Uniquely, these spirits are real-life photographs of R.O.B. and its peripherals, as seen in promotional materials for the North American releases of Stack-Up and Gyromite.

Support Spirits[edit]

No. Image Name Class Cost Ability Origin Game Acquisition
823
SSBU spirit Stack-Up.png
Stack-Up ★★ Falling Immunity Stack-Up •Purchase at Timmy and Tommy's for 1000SP
824
SSBU spirit Gyromite.png
Gyromite ★★ Back Shield Equipped Gyromite •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G

Fighter Spirit[edit]

No. Image Alternate Artwork Name Origin Game Acquisition
822
SSBU spirit R.O.B..png
R.O.B. SSBU.png

R.O.B. (JPN) SSBU.png
R.O.B. Stack-Up •Complete Classic Mode with R.O.B.
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking R.O.B.)

Spirit Battle[edit]

Spirit Battle parameters Inspiration
No. Image Name Enemy Fighter(s) Type Power Stage Rules Conditions Music
824
SSBU spirit Gyromite.png
Gyromite •Giant R.O.B. ROBHeadCyanSSBU.png×3
Grab
3,900 Living Room N/A •The enemy favors down specials
•The enemy is giant
Stack-Up/Gyromite
  • R.O.B. favoring Gyro references the Gyros from Gyromite serving as the basis for R.O.B.'s down special.
  • The stage references R.O.B. being a real-life video game peripheral. The stage also references how fighters are decreased in size relative to their surroundings, so in this environment, the Giant R.O.B. reflects the peripheral's real-life size.
  • The Grab type references the gameplay mechanic of Gyromite where the player uses the R.O.B. peripheral to grab the spinning Gyros.

Series Order[edit]

Number Name Series
822 R.O.B. R.O.B. Series
823 Stack-Up
824 Gyromite

Trivia[edit]

  • R.O.B., Earthbound, and Pikmin are the only series represented by a fighter to use photographs for their spirits.
  • The R.O.B. series is tied with the Duck Hunt series for the fewest spirits of series represented by a fighter, with a total of three each.
    • R.O.B. and Ice Climber are the only series represented by fighters that do not have any primary spirits associated with them, though Final Fantasy also had no primary spirits prior to Sephiroth's release as DLC.
    • R.O.B. is the universe represented by a fighter with the smallest number of spirit battles assigned, with only one. Prior to version 10.1.0, Final Fantasy held this title, having had no spirit battles.
  • The R.O.B. and Wii Fit universes are the only universes whose spirit battles never contain fighters outside of their series.
  • All of the R.O.B universe's spirits use R.O.B.'s international gray color scheme regardless of region, rather than changing to its red and white color scheme in the Japanese version (excluding the alternate artwork for R.O.B.'s fighter spirit).