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List of spirits (Super Mario series)

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The following is the list of the spirits from the Mario series in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

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
21
SSBU spirit Metal Mario.png
Metal Mario
Shield
★★★ 2,705 8,156 510 1,539 2,042 6,156 Weight ↑ Super Mario 64[1]
(Artwork: Mario Kart 7)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
28
SSBU spirit Cat Princess Peach.png
Cat Princess Peach
Shield
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 3,100 9,346 1,610 4,853 1,371 4,134 Weight ↓ Super Mario 3D World •Summon with cores from Rover and Baby Peach
30
SSBU spirit Bowser (Wedding).png
Bowser (Wedding)
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,824 8,516 1,836 5,536 988 2,980 No Effect Super Mario Odyssey •Battle via World of Light (The Final Battle - Dark)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
•Scan the Wedding Bowser amiibo
31
SSBU spirit Toad.png
Toad
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,431 5,727 630 2,520 801 3,207 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: Nintendo Kids Club UK site)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
•Scan the Toad amiibo
32
SSBU spirit Captain Toad.png
Captain Toad
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 3,150 9,453 1,484 4,454 1,545 4,636 Item Gravitation Super Mario Galaxy
(Artwork: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker)
•Enhance the Toad spirit
35
SSBU spirit Waluigi.png
Waluigi
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,858 8,579 1,787 5,362 962 2,887 Foot Attack ↑ Mario Tennis
(Artwork: Mario Party 10)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
•Scan the Waluigi amiibo
36
SSBU spirit Goomba.png
Goomba
Neutral
⬡⬡ 750 3,758 361 1,807 361 1,807 Foot Attack ↑ Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros.)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
•Scan the Goomba amiibo
38
SSBU spirit Hammer Bro.png
Hammer Bro
Grab
★★ 1,547 6,212 1,022 4,103 438 1,758 Jump ↑ Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
39
SSBU spirit Lakitu & Spiny.png
Lakitu & Spiny
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,602 6,434 817 3,279 724 2,908 Weight ↓ Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros.)
•Battle via World of Light (Mysterious Dimension)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
40
SSBU spirit Blooper.png
Blooper
Shield
1,193 5,974 476 2,384 672 3,361 Weight ↓ Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros.)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
41
SSBU spirit Bullet Bill.png
Bullet Bill
Attack
905 4,530 575 2,877 330 1,653 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: Mario Kart Wii)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
42
SSBU spirit Banzai Bill.png
Banzai Bill
Attack
★★ 1,862 7,475 1,173 4,708 618 2,480 Impact Run Super Mario World
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Enhance the Bullet Bill spirit
43
SSBU spirit Shy Guy.png
Shy Guy
Neutral
⬡⬡ 795 3,979 417 2,085 348 1,741 Fist Attack ↑ Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic
(Artwork: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
45
SSBU spirit Birdo.png
Birdo
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,824 8,516 1,299 3,917 1,525 4,599 No Effect Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic
(Artwork: Mario Party 7)
•Summon with cores from T-Rex and Starly
46
SSBU spirit Mouser.png
Mouser
Grab
1,109 5,548 577 2,885 532 2,663 No Effect Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic
(Artwork: Super Mario USA)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
47
SSBU spirit Wart.png
Wart
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,539 6,180 677 2,719 862 3,461 No Effect Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic
(Artwork: Super Mario USA)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
48
SSBU spirit Boo.png
Boo
Neutral
⬡⬡⬡ 807 4,035 343 1,715 464 2,320 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Super Mario Bros. 3
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Battle via World of Light (Dracula's Castle)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
•Scan the Boo amiibo
49
SSBU spirit King Boo.png
King Boo
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,633 6,612 746 3,020 825 3,338 Floaty Jumps Luigi's Mansion
(Artwork: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon)
•Enhance the Boo spirit
51
SSBU spirit Chain Chomp.png
Chain Chomp
Attack
★★ 1,754 7,062 968 3,898 687 2,765 Weight ↑ Super Mario Bros. 3
(Artwork: Mario Party 8)
•Purchase at Timmy and Tommy's for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
53
SSBU spirit Nipper Plant.png
Nipper Plant
Grab
⬡⬡ 861 4,309 435 2,176 426 2,133 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Super Mario Bros. 3 •Purchase at Beedle's Tent for 500SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
54
SSBU spirit Petey Piranha.png
Petey Piranha
Grab
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3,319 9,989 1,616 4,862 1,322 3,978 Giant Super Mario Sunshine
(Artwork: Mario Super Sluggers)
•Enhance the Nipper Plant spirit
55
SSBU spirit Boom Boom.png
Boom Boom
Attack
★★ 1,652 6,650 661 2,660 991 3,990 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Super Mario Bros. 3
(Artwork: In-game render from Super Mario 3D World)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
56
SSBU spirit Boom Boom & Pom Pom.png
Boom Boom & Pom Pom
Attack
★★★ 3,075 9,271 1,286 3,877 1,510 4,552 Hyper Smash Attacks Super Mario 3D Land •Enhance the Boom Boom spirit
57
SSBU spirit Tatanga.png
Tatanga
Shield
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,713 6,879 848 3,405 865 3,474 No Effect Super Mario Land •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
59
SSBU spirit Chargin' Chuck.png
Chargin' Chuck
Attack
906 4,536 226 1,134 680 3,402 No Effect Super Mario World •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
61
SSBU spirit Kamek.png
Kamek
Grab
★★ 1,639 6,583 673 2,702 874 3,509 Magic Attack ↑ Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
(Artwork: Mario Party: Star Rush)
•Battle via World of Light (Molten Fortress)
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
63
SSBU spirit Dry Bowser.png
Dry Bowser
Shield
★★★★ 4,854 12,137 1,831 4,579 2,582 6,455 Fire Attack ↑ New Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games)
•Battle via World of Light (Dracula's Castle)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 15,000G
65
SSBU spirit Big Urchin.png
Big Urchin
Shield
★★ 1,916 7,670 904 3,618 904 3,618 Electric Weakness New Super Mario Bros. Wii
(Artwork: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U)
•Purchase at Beedle's Tent for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
66
SSBU spirit King Bob-omb.png
King Bob-omb
Attack
★★ 1,805 7,248 894 3,590 809 3,248 Strong Throw Super Mario 64
(Artwork: Super Mario Party)
•Summon with cores from Shake King and Bob-omb
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
70
SSBU spirit Shadow Mario.png
Shadow Mario
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,661 8,007 1,477 4,444 1,184 3,563 No Effect Super Mario Sunshine •Summon with cores from Vince, Eddy, and any Neutral core
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
81
SSBU spirit Goo-Goo Buggy.png
Goo-Goo Buggy
Attack
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,721 6,928 902 3,631 753 3,031 Weight ↓ Mario Kart: Double Dash!! •Complete Challenge (Smash): Get 3 KOs within the first minute of a battle.
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
88
SSBU spirit Cheep Charger.png
Cheep Charger
Grab
990 4,951 438 2,190 514 2,571 Speed ↑ Mario Kart Wii •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
90
SSBU spirit Biddybuggy.png
Biddybuggy North America
Buggybud PAL
Grab
★★ 2,095 8,385 887 3,548 1,128 4,515 Weight ↓ Mario Kart 8 •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
91
SSBU spirit Badwagon.png
Badwagon
Shield
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,627 7,904 1,175 3,534 1,351 4,066 Speed ↑ Mario Kart 8 •Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 4000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
93
SSBU spirit Master Cycle.png
Master Cycle
Grab
★★★★ ⬡⬡ 4,175 10,440 2,188 5,471 1,827 4,568 Speed ↑ Mario Kart 8 •Summon with cores from Mach Rider, City Tripper, Excitebike, and any Attack core
94
SSBU spirit Paper Mario.png
Paper Mario
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 3,225 9,724 1,673 5,042 1,314 3,962 Water Weakness Paper Mario
(Artwork: Paper Mario: Color Splash)
•Summon with cores from Cut Man, Cardboard Box, and any Neutral core
95
SSBU spirit Paper Bowser.png
Paper Bowser
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 2,986 9,005 1,717 5,178 1,269 3,827 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Paper Mario
(Artwork: Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
96
SSBU spirit Paper Bowser (Paper Mario Sticker Star).png
Paper Bowser (Paper Mario: Sticker Star)
Attack
★★★★ ⬡⬡ 4,655 11,640 2,307 5,768 1,887 4,719 Mouthful of Curry Paper Mario: Sticker Star •Enhance the Paper Bowser spirit
97
SSBU spirit Kammy Koopa.png
Kammy Koopa
Attack
1,050 5,255 446 2,231 545 2,727 Magic Attack ↑ Paper Mario •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
98
SSBU spirit Vivian.png
Vivian
Shield
★★ 1,981 7,926 848 3,392 1057 4,230 Weight ↓ Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
99
SSBU spirit Shadow Queen.png
Shadow Queen
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3,104 9,359 1,816 5,475 1,288 3,884 No Effect Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door •Summon with cores from Vivian and Gengar
100
SSBU spirit Mr. L.png
Mr. L
Attack
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,981 7,976 1,046 4,210 789 3,176 Water Weakness Super Paper Mario •Battle via World of Light (Sacred Land)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
101
SSBU spirit Dimentio.png
Dimentio
Grab
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,856 7,449 812 3,259 973 3,904 Weight ↓ Super Paper Mario •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
104
SSBU spirit Geno.png
Geno
Attack
★★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 4,000 10,000 2,100 5,250 1,900 4,750 No Effect Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars •Summon with cores from Drake Redcrest, Super Star, any two Attack cores, and any Neutral core
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 15,000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
105
SSBU spirit Prince Peasley.png
Prince Peasley
Shield
899 4,503 481 2,409 418 2,094 No Effect Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
106
SSBU spirit Fawful.png
Fawful
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,516 6,138 787 3,185 644 2,606 Electric Attack ↑ Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
(Artwork: Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
107
SSBU spirit Princess Shroob.png
Princess Shroob
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,587 6,349 841 3,365 746 2,984 No Effect Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
109
SSBU spirit Broque Monsieur.png
Broque Monsieur
Shield
1,003 5,019 366 1,832 637 3,187 No Effect Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
110
SSBU spirit Dreambert.png
Dreambert
Shield
⬡⬡ 906 4,535 426 2,131 480 2,404 No Effect Mario & Luigi: Dream Team •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
112
SSBU spirit Papercraft Mario.png
Papercraft Mario
Attack
⬡⬡⬡ 1,036 5,187 613 3,068 384 1,920 Fire Weakness Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam •Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 500SP
115
SSBU spirit Eggplant Man.png
Eggplant Man
Shield
954 4,773 434 2,172 520 2,601 No Effect Wrecking Crew •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
124
SSBU spirit Waluigi (Super Mario Strikers).png
Waluigi (Super Mario Strikers) North America
Waluigi (Mario Strikers) PAL
Grab
★★ 1,614 6,479 815 3,271 737 2,959 Foot Attack ↑ Mario Strikers Charged •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
125
SSBU spirit Petey Piranha (Super Mario Strikers).png
Petey Piranha (Super Mario Strikers) North America
Petey Piranha (Mario Strikers) PAL
Grab
★★ 1,663 6,696 798 3,214 865 3,482 No Effect Mario Strikers Charged •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
126
SSBU spirit Mini Mario.png
Mini Mario
Neutral
★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 1,584 6,336 895 3,580 689 2,756 Can Be Enhanced at Lv. 99 Mario vs. Donkey Kong
(Artwork: Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem!)
•Purchase at Timmy and Tommy's for 1000SP
127
SSBU spirit Mini Mario & Hammers.png
Mini Mario & Hammers
Neutral
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,972 8,917 1,596 4,789 1,156 3,468 Hammer Duration ↑ Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis •Enhance the Mini Mario spirit
129
SSBU spirit Rabbid Peach.png
Rabbid Peach
Shield
★★ 1,729 6,944 718 2,882 914 3,669 Jump ↑ Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
130
SSBU spirit Rabbid Mario.png
Rabbid Mario
Attack
★★ 1,640 6,590 619 2,487 929 3,730 Jump ↑ Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
131
SSBU spirit Rabbid Kong.png
Rabbid Kong
Attack
905 4,534 641 3,209 213 1,069 Weight ↑ Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
(Artwork: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: Donkey Kong Adventure)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
1,321
SSBU spirit Peachette.png
Peachette
Shield
★★★ ⬡⬡ 3,125 9,402 1,386 4,169 1,563 4,701 Jump ↑ New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Super Smash Sisters"; 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)
1,427
SSBU spirit King Olly.png
King Olly
Attack
★★★ ⬡⬡⬡ 2,948 8,869 1,651 4,967 1,297 3,902 No Effect Paper Mario: The Origami King •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Paper Mario: The Origami King")
1,471
SSBU spirit Fury Bowser.png
Fury Bowser
Attack
★★★★ ⬡⬡ 4,796 11,990 2,834 7,085 1,526 3,815 Fire Attack ↑ Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Bowser's Fury")
1,472
SSBU spirit Giga Cat Mario.png
Giga Cat Mario
Shield
★★ ⬡⬡ 1,922 7,694 1,007 4,029 807 3,230 Jump ↑ Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Bowser's Fury")

Support Spirits[edit]

No. Image Name Class Cost Ability Origin Game Acquisition
18
SSBU spirit Super Mushroom.png
Super Mushroom ★★ Stats ↑ after Eating Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase at Timmy and Tommy's for 1000SP
19
SSBU spirit Fire Flower.png
Fire Flower Fire Flower Equipped Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase at Timmy and Tommy's for 500SP
20
SSBU spirit Super Star.png
Super Star ★★★ ⬢⬢ First-Strike Advantage Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
22
SSBU spirit Boo Mario.png
Boo Mario Lightweight Super Mario Galaxy •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
23
SSBU spirit Rock Mario.png
Rock Mario ★★ Physical Attack ↑ Super Mario Galaxy 2 •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
24
SSBU spirit Gold Mario.png
Gold Mario ★★★★ ⬢⬢⬢ Super Armor New Super Mario Bros. 2 •Summon with cores from Metal Mario, Super Mushroom, and Fire Flower
25
SSBU spirit Fox Luigi.png
Fox Luigi ★★★ Easier Dodging New Super Mario Bros. 2 •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
26
SSBU spirit Flying Squirrel Toad.png
Flying Squirrel Toad ★★ Toss & Meteor New Super Mario Bros. U •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
27
SSBU spirit Baby Peach.png
Baby Peach ★★ Air Defense ↑ Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
(Artwork: Mario Super Sluggers)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
29
SSBU spirit Peach (Wedding).png
Peach (Wedding) ★★★ ⬢⬢ Critical-Health Healing Super Mario Odyssey •Battle via World of Light (The Final Battle - Light)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
•Scan the Wedding Peach amiibo
34
SSBU spirit Toadsworth.png
Toadsworth Ramblin' Evil Mushroom Equipped Super Mario Sunshine •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
37
SSBU spirit Koopa Troopa.png
Koopa Troopa Green Shell Equipped Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros.)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
•Scan the Koopa Troopa amiibo
44
SSBU spirit Pidgit.png
Pidgit ★★ Air Attack ↑ Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic
(Artwork: Super Mario Advance)
•Battle via World of Light (Mysterious Dimension)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
50
SSBU spirit Bob-omb.png
Bob-omb ★★ Bob-omb Equipped Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase at Sheldon's Place for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
52
SSBU spirit Thwomp.png
Thwomp ★★ ⬢⬢ Weapon Resist ↑ Super Mario Bros. 3
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Summon with cores from Rock Pikmin and Rocky
58
SSBU spirit Hothead.png
Hothead ⬢⬢ Hothead Equipped Super Mario World
(Artwork: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
60
SSBU spirit Wiggler.png
Wiggler Lip's Stick Equipped Super Mario World
(Artwork: Mario Party DS)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
62
SSBU spirit Mechakoopa.png
Mechakoopa ★★ Lava-Floor Resist Super Mario World
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. Wii)
•Battle via World of Light (Molten Fortress)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
64
SSBU spirit Nabbit.png
Nabbit ★★ Item Gravitation New Super Mario Bros. U •Summon with cores from Duster and any Support core
67
SSBU spirit Shine Sprite.png
Shine Sprite ★★★★ Special-Move Power ↑ Super Mario Sunshine •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 15,000G
68
SSBU spirit F.L.U.D.D..png
F.L.U.D.D. ★★ ⬢⬢ Sticky-Floor Immunity Super Mario Sunshine •Purchase at Timmy and Tommy's for 1000SP
69
SSBU spirit Piantas.png
Piantas Banana Gun Equipped Super Mario Sunshine •Complete Challenge (Other): Purchase an item during a Sunday sale in the Vault Shop.
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
71
SSBU spirit Luma.png
Luma ★★ Super Launch Star Equipped Super Mario Galaxy •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
72
SSBU spirit Hungry Luma.png
Hungry Luma Transformation Duration ↑ Super Mario Galaxy •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
74
SSBU spirit Lubba.png
Lubba ★★ ⬢⬢ Irreversible Controls Super Mario Galaxy 2 •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
75
SSBU spirit Starship Mario.png
Starship Mario ★★ Jump ↑ Super Mario Galaxy 2 •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
76
SSBU spirit Sprixie Princesses.png
Sprixie Princesses ★★ Fairy Bottle Equipped Super Mario 3D World •Summon with cores from Wanda and Princess Shokora
77
SSBU spirit Plessie.png
Plessie Swimmer Super Mario 3D World •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
78
SSBU spirit Cappy.png
Cappy ★★ Strong Throw Super Mario Odyssey •Summon with cores from Ezlo and Boo Mario
•Battle via Spirit Board (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
79
SSBU spirit Pauline.png
Pauline ★★★★ ⬢⬢ Healing Shield Donkey Kong
(Artwork: Super Mario Odyssey)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 15,000G
80
SSBU spirit The Odyssey.png
The Odyssey ★★ Strong-Wind Resist Super Mario Odyssey •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
82
SSBU spirit Barrel Train.png
Barrel Train ★★ Dash Attack ↑ Mario Kart: Double Dash!! •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
83
SSBU spirit Bloom Coach.png
Bloom Coach Fire Bar Equipped Mario Kart: Double Dash!! •Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 500SP
84
SSBU spirit Turbo Yoshi.png
Turbo Yoshi ★★ Thrown Items ↑ Mario Kart: Double Dash!! •Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 1000SP
85
SSBU spirit B Dasher.png
B Dasher ★★★ Neutral Special ↑ Mario Kart DS
(Artwork: Mario Kart 7)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
86
SSBU spirit Standard Kart.png
Standard Kart Boomerang Equipped Mario Kart Wii •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
87
SSBU spirit Standard Bike.png
Standard Bike Undamaged Speed ↑ Mario Kart Wii •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
89
SSBU spirit Mach 8.png
Mach 8 ★★ ⬢⬢ Screen-Flip Immunity Mario Kart 8 •Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
92
SSBU spirit City Tripper.png
City Tripper ★★★ Undamaged Attack & Speed ↑ Mario Kart 8 •Purchase at Funky Kong's Shack for 4000SP
102
SSBU spirit Huey.png
Huey Water/Freezing Resist ↑ Paper Mario: Color Splash •Purchase at Timmy and Tommy's for 500SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
103
SSBU spirit Mallow.png
Mallow ★★ Trade-Off Attacks ↑ Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars •Summon with cores from Prince Peasley and Kracko
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (unlocked after obtaining spirit once)
108
SSBU spirit Starlow.png
Starlow ★★ Undamaged Attack ↑ Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story •Battle via World of Light (Mysterious Dimension)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
111
SSBU spirit Antasma.png
Antasma ★★ Death's Scythe Equipped Mario & Luigi: Dream Team •Purchase at Anna's Emporium for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
113
SSBU spirit Sidestepper.png
Sidestepper Trade-off Speed ↑ Mario Bros. •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
114
SSBU spirit Freezie.png
Freezie Freezie Equipped Mario Bros.
(Artwork: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
116
SSBU spirit Viruses.png
Viruses ★★ Poison Damage Reduced Dr. Mario
(Artwork: Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
117
SSBU spirit Flies & Hand.png
Flies & Hand ★★ Battering Items ↑ Mario Paint
(Artwork: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)
•Purchase at Beedle's Tent for 1000SP
•Battle via Spirit Board
118
SSBU spirit Wanda.png
Wanda Magic Attack ↑ Mario & Wario •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
119
SSBU spirit Kid.png
Kid Stamina ↑ Mario Golf (Game Boy Color) •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
120
SSBU spirit Professor Elvin Gadd.png
Professor Elvin Gadd ★★ ⬢⬢ Energy Shot Attack/Resistance ↑ Luigi's Mansion
(Artwork: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon)
•Summon with cores from Poltergust 5000 and F.L.U.D.D.
121
SSBU spirit Poltergust 5000.png
Poltergust 5000 ★★ ⬢⬢ Fog Immunity Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
122
SSBU spirit Polterpup.png
Polterpup ★★ Bury Immunity Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
123
SSBU spirit Perry.png
Perry Floaty Jumps Super Princess Peach •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
128
SSBU spirit MC Ballyhoo & Big Top.png
MC Ballyhoo & Big Top Star Rod Equipped Mario Party 8 •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G
132
SSBU spirit Mario (Mario Tennis Aces).png
Mario (Mario Tennis Aces) ★★★ Critical Hit ↑ Mario Tennis Aces •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G
133
SSBU spirit Luigi (Mario Tennis Aces).png
Luigi (Mario Tennis Aces) ★★ Weapon Attack ↑ Mario Tennis Aces •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G
1,300
SSBU spirit Dice Block.png
Dice Block Improved Escape Mario Party
(Artwork: Super Mario Party)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 500G (since v2.0.0)
1,301
SSBU spirit River Survival.png
River Survival ★★ Falling Immunity Super Mario Party •Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 1000G (since v2.0.0)
1,302
SSBU spirit Golden Dash Mushroom.png
Golden Dash Mushroom ★★★ ⬢⬢ Giant Mario Kart 64
(Artwork: Mario Kart 8)
•Battle via Spirit Board
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 6000G (since v2.0.0)
1,425
SSBU spirit Peach (Paper Mario The Origami King).png
Peach (Paper Mario: The Origami King) Floaty Jumps Paper Mario: The Origami King •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Paper Mario: The Origami King")
1,426
SSBU spirit Olivia.png
Olivia ★★ Air Defence ↑ Paper Mario: The Origami King •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Paper Mario: The Origami King")
1,473
SSBU spirit Kittens.png
Kittens Lightweight Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury •Battle via Spirit Board (during the event "Bowser's Fury")

Master Spirits[edit]

No. Image Name Facility Origin Game Acquisition Music
33
SSBU spirit Toadette.png
Toadette Explore (Ruins) Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
(Artwork: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker)
•Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm) Plucky Pass Beginnings
73
SSBU spirit Honey Queen.png
Honey Queen Dojo (Big-Bee Style) Super Mario Galaxy •Battle via World of Light (The Light Realm) The Starship Sails

Fighter Spirits[edit]

No. Image Alternate Artwork Name Origin Game Acquisition
1
SSBU spirit Mario.png
Mario SSBU.png
Mario Donkey Kong
(Artwork: Mario Party 10)
•Complete Classic Mode with Mario
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G
2
SSBU spirit Builder Mario.png
Mario-Alt6 SSBU.png
Builder Mario Super Mario Maker •Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G
3
SSBU spirit Mario (Wedding).png
Mario-Alt7 SSBU.png
Mario (Wedding) Super Mario Odyssey •Complete Challenge (Games & More): As Luigi, play solo All-Star Smash and deal damage with a taunt 3 times.
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G
•Scan the Wedding Mario amiibo
4
SSBU spirit Luigi.png
Luigi SSBU.png
Luigi Mario Bros.
(Artwork: Mario Party 8)
•Complete Classic Mode with Luigi
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Luigi)
5
SSBU spirit Peach.png
Peach SSBU.png
Peach Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. Wii)
•Complete Classic Mode with Peach
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Peach)
6
SSBU spirit Daisy.png
Daisy SSBU.png
Daisy Super Mario Land
(Artwork: Mario Party 8)
•Complete Classic Mode with Daisy
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Daisy)
7
SSBU spirit Bowser.png
Bowser SSBU.png
Bowser Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. Wii)
•Complete Classic Mode with Bowser
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Bowser)
8
SSBU spirit Dr. Mario.png
Dr. Mario SSBU.png
Dr. Mario Dr. Mario
(Artwork: Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure)
•Complete Classic Mode with Dr. Mario
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Dr. Mario)
9
SSBU spirit Rosalina.png
Rosalina & Luma SSBU.png
Rosalina Super Mario Galaxy
(Artwork: Mario Party 10)
•Complete Classic Mode with Rosalina & Luma
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Rosalina & Luma)
10
SSBU spirit Bowser Jr..png
Bowser Jr. SSBU.png
Bowser Jr. Super Mario Sunshine
(Artwork: Mario Party: Star Rush)
•Complete Classic Mode with Bowser Jr.
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Bowser Jr.)
11
SSBU spirit Iggy.png
Bowser Jr.-Alt4 SSBU.png
Iggy Super Mario Bros 3
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Bowser Jr.)
12
SSBU spirit Wendy.png
Bowser Jr.-Alt3 SSBU.png
Wendy Super Mario Bros 3
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Bowser Jr.)
13
SSBU spirit Lemmy.png
Bowser Jr.-Alt6 SSBU.png
Lemmy Super Mario Bros 3
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Bowser Jr.)
14
SSBU spirit Roy (Super Mario Bros.).png
Bowser Jr.-Alt2 SSBU.png
Roy (Super Mario Bros.) Super Mario Bros 3
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Bowser Jr.)
15
SSBU spirit Larry.png
Bowser Jr.-Alt1 SSBU.png
Larry Super Mario Bros 3
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Bowser Jr.)
16
SSBU spirit Ludwig.png
Bowser Jr.-Alt7 SSBU.png
Ludwig Super Mario Bros 3
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Bowser Jr.)
17
SSBU spirit Morton.png
Bowser Jr.-Alt5 SSBU.png
Morton Super Mario Bros 3
(Artwork: New Super Mario Bros. U)
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after unlocking Bowser Jr.)
1,303
SSBU spirit Piranha Plant.png
Piranha Plant SSBU.png
Piranha Plant Super Mario Bros.
(Artwork: Mario Party DS)
•Complete Classic Mode with Piranha Plant
•Purchase from the Vault Shop for 300G (after downloading Piranha Plant)

Spirit Battles[edit]

Conditions listed in italics are not displayed on the Spirit Battle preview screen.

Spirit Battle parameters Inspiration
No. Image Name Enemy Fighter(s) Type Power Stage Rules Conditions Music
20
SSBU spirit Super Star.png
Super Star Rosalina & Luma RosalinaHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
9,200 Peach's Castle •Attack Power ↑
•Temporary Invincibility
•Item: Super Star
•The enemy will occasionally be invincible when the enemy's at high damage
•All fighters are easy to launch
•The enemy's FS Meter charges quickly
Main Theme - Super Mario 64
  • The Super Star appears as the item.
  • Rosalina & Luma reference how both Luma’s star-shaped body and their Grand Star Final Smash resemble the Super Star.
  • The stage and music references the Power Stars, a similar but distinct entity of the Super Star that appears in Super Mario 64. In World of Light, the Super Star spirit is located in the cloudy Floating Islands section similar to the stage's cloudy sky setting.
  • This spirit’s First-Strike Advantage ability and the battle conditions reference the Super Star's common ability to grant temporary invincibility and the ability to defeat their enemies in the Super Mario platformers.
21
SSBU spirit Metal Mario.png
Metal Mario •Metal Mario MarioHeadBlackSSBU.png
Shield
9,600 The Great Cave Offensive (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy is slow but has increased defense and attack
•The enemy is metal
Metal Battle
  • Mario represents his metallic power-up form, Metal Mario.
  • The stage references either the Cavern of the Metal Cap in Super Mario 64, or Meta Crystal, Metal Mario's home stage from the original Super Smash Bros. game, both of which take place in a cavernous area with crystals.
  • The stage's Battlefield form and music references Battlefield where Metal Mario is encountered in Melee's Adventure Mode.
  • This spirit’s Weight ↑ ability and the battle condition references Metal Mario being slow, but having increased attack and defense during his miniboss battle in Super Smash Bros. and Melee.
22
SSBU spirit Boo Mario.png
Boo Mario Mario MarioHeadBlackSSBU.png
Shield
1,900 Dracula's Castle (hazards off) •Hazard: High Gravity
•Hazard: Low Gravity
•Invisibility
•The enemy is invisible
•Your jumping power decreases when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy is less affected by gravity
Castle / Boss Fortress - Super Mario World / SMB 3
  • Mario represents his Boo power-up form, Boo Mario.
  • The stage and music references the Ghostly Galaxy, a haunted castle-themed galaxy which prominently features Boo Mario in Super Mario Galaxy.
  • This spirit’s Lightweight ability and the battle conditions references Boo Mario's ability to float and turn invisible.
23
SSBU spirit Rock Mario.png
Rock Mario •Metal Jigglypuff JigglypuffHeadBlueSSBU.png
Shield
4,200 Mario Galaxy (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy's neutral special has increased power
•The enemy favors neutral specials
•The enemy is metal
Melty Monster
  • The Metal Jigglypuff references Rock Mario’s round, hard-shelled appearance.
  • The stage references Rock Mario’s appearance in the Super Mario Galaxy games.
  • The music references Melty Monster Galaxy, a magma-themed galaxy which prominently features Rock Mario in Super Mario Galaxy 2.
  • This spirit’s Physical Attack ↑ ability and Jigglypuff’s favored Rollout references Rock Mario's main method of attack by turning into a boulder and rolling into enemies. Coincidentally, Rollout is a Rock-type move used in the Pokémon series.
25
SSBU spirit Fox Luigi.png
Fox Luigi •Tail Luigi LuigiHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
9,300 Mushroom Kingdom U •Hazard: Heavy Wind •Dangerously high winds are in effect Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. 3 (Remix)
  • The Tail Luigi represents Luigi's Super Leaf power-up form, Fox Luigi.
  • The stage represents Fox Luigi's appearance in New Super Mario Bros. 2
  • The music references Fox Luigi being a Super Leaf power-up form equivalent to Raccoon Mario, a power-up form of Mario that debuted in Super Mario Bros. 3.
  • The Heavy Wind hazard references Fox Luigi's ability to fly and glide across the stage.
  • Luigi's frequent Fireball references Fox Luigi being based on the kitsune, a fox spirit who generates glowing fireballs in Japanese mythology.
26
SSBU spirit Flying Squirrel Toad.png
Flying Squirrel Toad •Tail Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 2123, Super Mushroom Hat, Monkey Suit, High Voice Type 8)
Grab
3,700 Mushroom Kingdom U (Ω form) N/A •The enemy favors down specials in the air
•The enemy has increased jump power
Ground Theme - New Super Mario Bros. U
  • The Tail Mii Swordfighter's costume represents Flying Squirrel Toad, with the Super Mushroom Hat resembling Toad’s head, and the Monkey Suit resembling Flying Squirrel Toad's torso.
  • The stage and music represents Flying Squirrel Toad's appearance in New Super Mario Bros. U
  • The second battle condition references Flying Squirrel Toad's ability to propel itself upward while gliding.
  • The Mii Swordfighter's favored Power Thrust in the air likely references the Ground Pound, a move used by Mario characters where they slam their rear end on the ground while in midair.
27
SSBU spirit Baby Peach.png
Baby Peach •Tiny Isabelle IsabelleHeadPinkSSBU.png
Mario MarioHeadStripedSSBU.png
Attack
3,600 Princess Peach's Castle N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy favors dash attacks
•The enemy has increased move speed
Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. (Melee)
  • The pink Tiny Isabelle references Baby Peach’s size in her youth, as well as featuring blonde hair and a pink dress.
  • The stage references Baby Peach being the younger version of Princess Peach, who rules over the Mushroom Kingdom.
  • The Mario minion's favored dash attacks references Baby Peach's appearance in Super Mario Sluggers where this spirit’s artwork is derived from, with Mario's dash attack being based on a baseball slide.
  • The third battle condition references the events of Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time where Mario and Luigi must travel to the past and defend their infant counterparts from harm, including Baby Peach.
29
SSBU spirit Peach (Wedding).png
Peach (Wedding) Peach PeachHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Mario MarioHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Shield
9,900 New Donk City Hall •Flowery •Defeat the main fighter to win
•You constantly take minor damage
•The enemy tends to avoid conflict
Break Free (Lead The Way) Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Peach's white costume is based off of the white color scheme of Peach's wedding gown.
  • The stage references Peach’s wedding form appearing in Super Mario Odyssey.
  • This spirit’s Critical-Health Healing ability, music, and battle conditions references the ending of Odyssey where Peach is rescued by Mario after being captured by Bowser for their forced marriage.
  • The Flowery rule references the bouquet of Piranha Plants and the Rocket Flower that was offered to Peach by Bowser and Mario respectively at the end of Odyssey, only for her to reject them.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, Wedding Peach's spirit is located on Galeem's side on The Final Battle map while Wedding Bowser is featured across from her on Dharkon's side, referencing both characters being the wedding forms of Peach and Bowser, with Peach being the bride.
30
SSBU spirit Bowser (Wedding).png
Bowser (Wedding) Bowser BowserHeadGreySSBU.png
•Ally: Peach PeachHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Grab
9,700 New Donk City Hall N/A •You lose if your CPU ally is KO'd
•The enemy favors dash attacks
•The enemy has increased attack power
Underground Moon Caverns Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Bowser represents himself in his wedding tuxedo.
  • The stage references Bowser’s wedding form appearing in Super Mario Odyssey.
  • This spirit’s Grab type, Peach ally fighter, and battle conditions references the beginning of Odyssey where Bowser kidnaps Peach for their forced marriage.
  • The music references the music heard during the final story mission of Odyssey in which Mario captures Bowser through a portion of the level and uses him to escape a crumbling moon.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, Wedding Bowser's spirit is located on Dharkon's side on The Final Battle map while Wedding Peach is featured across from him on Galeem's side, referencing both characters being the wedding forms of Bowser and Peach appearing in Odyssey, with Bowser being the groom.
31
SSBU spirit Toad.png
Toad Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1331, Super Mushroom Hat, Toad Outfit, Blue Outfit Color, High Voice Type 8)
Grab
3,600 Princess Peach's Castle •Item: Mushrooms •The enemy favors side specials Plucky Pass Beginnings
  • The Mii Brawler's costume and voice type represents Toad, with the Toad Outfit's blue coloration representing Toad's later in-game appearance in the Super Mario series.
  • The stage references Toad being a longtime servant to Princess Peach and a citizen of the Mushroom Kingdom.
  • The music references Captain Toad, the protagonist of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and this spirit's enhanced form.
  • This spirit’s Grab type and the Mii Brawler's favored Suplex references the Toad's plucking abilities in the Super Mario series.
33
SSBU spirit Toadette.png
Toadette Villager VillagerHeadPinkSSBU.png
Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1331, Toad Hat, Toad Outfit, High Voice, Type 7)
Neutral
2,600 The Great Cave Offensive (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy is easily distracted by items Plucky Pass Beginnings
  • The Villager and Toadette both feature a pink color scheme.
  • The Mii Brawler minion's costume represents Toad, referencing both Captain Toad and Toadette being the main playable characters in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker.
  • The stage likely references Mine Cart Tunnel Throwdown, a level in Captain Toad featuring an underground mine setting. In World of Light, Toadette's spirit is located in the Ruins in the Poison Woods section similar to the stage's underground setting.
  • The Mii Brawler's frequent Head-On Assault references the aftermath of the final boss battle in Captain Toad where Toadette is launched in the air and dives headfirst into a pile of gold where she gets stuck.
34
SSBU spirit Toadsworth.png
Toadsworth Mario MarioHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
1,900 Princess Peach's Castle •Item: Mushrooms •Take your strongest team into this no-frills battle Ricco Harbor
  • Mario and Toadsworth both share the same English voice actor, Charles Martinet.
  • This spirit’s Support type and stage references Toadsworth being a longtime steward to Princess Peach.
  • The music references Toasworth’s debut in Super Mario Sunshine.
  • This spirit’s Ramblin’ Evil Mushroom Equipped ability and the Mushroom Items references Toadsworth being a Toad, as the Toads’ heads are based on mushrooms, which resembles the Super Mushroom and the Poison Mushroom.
35
SSBU spirit Waluigi.png
Waluigi Luigi LuigiHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Neutral
9,200 Peach's Castle •Assist Trophy Enemies (Waluigi) •Hostile assist trophies will appear Waluigi Pinball - Mario Kart DS Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Waluigi appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • Luigi and Waluigi are both rivals, with the puppet fighter's purple costume being based on Waluigi's color scheme.
  • The stage references both Super Mario 64, and Waluigi’s debut game Mario Tennis, being released on the Nintendo 64 console.
  • The music references Waluigi Pinball, Waluigi's racetrack in Mario Kart DS.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Foot Attack ↑ ability references Waluigi having powerful legs, as well as Waluigi’s Assist Trophy ability where he repeatedly buries the summoner’s opponents by stomping on them.
36
SSBU spirit Goomba.png
Goomba •Tiny Donkey Kong Team DonkeyKongHeadRedSSBU.png×5
Neutral
1,800 Mushroom Kingdom (Battlefield form) N/A •Defeat an army of fighters Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Tiny Donkey Kong Team represents the Goombas' tiny size and large numbers.
  • The stage and music represents the Goombas' debut in Super Mario Bros.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Foot Attack ↑ ability references how the Goomba is often defeated by getting stomped on.
37
SSBU spirit Koopa Troopa.png
Koopa Troopa Squirtle SquirtleHeadGreenSSBU.png
Grab
1,700 Golden Plains •Defense ↑
•Item Tidal Wave
•Item: Green Shell
•The enemy has increased defense after a little while
•Certain items will appear in large numbers
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Main Theme - New Super Mario Bros.
  • Squirtle and Koopa Troopa are both turtle-like characters.
  • The stage and music references the Koopa Troopa's appearance in New Super Mario Bros. 2 where the Koopa Troopas will temporarily turn into Gold Koopa Troopas when the player passes through a Gold Ring. Coincidentally, collecting 100 coins on Golden Plains stage will turn the fighter into a temporary gold form.
  • This spirit’s Green Shell Equipped ability and the battle conditions represents a Koopa Troopa’s ability to retreat into its shell after getting stomped on, rather than permanently defeating it.
38
SSBU spirit Hammer Bro.png
Hammer Bro Yoshi YoshiHeadYellowSSBU.png
Grab
3,400 Golden Plains (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Hammer Bro) •Hostile assist trophies will appear when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy favors up specials
Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. 3 (Remix) Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Hammer Bro appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • Yoshi’s favored Egg Lay features Yoshi throwing his eggs, referencing the Hammer Bro’s main method of attack by throwing hammers.
  • The stage represents the Hammer Bro’s appearance in New Super Mario Bros. 2.
  • The music references how the Hammer Bros can be battled on the map screens in Super Mario Bros. 3.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Jump ↑ ability references the Hammer Bro’s ability to jump, giving him a longer range to throw his hammers.
39
SSBU spirit Lakitu & Spiny.png
Lakitu & Spiny Iggy BowserJrHeadIggySSBU.png
•Tiny Bowser BowserHeadRedSSBU.png×8
Grab
3,400 Mushroom Kingdom N/A •Defeat an army of fighters Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Iggy and Lakitu are both bespectacled Koopa enemies who pilots their own hovercraft featuring a simple face.
  • The red Tiny Bowser Team represents the Spinies, tiny quadruped Koopas with spiky red shells that Lakitu throws from their clouds.
  • The stage and music represents Lakitu & Spiny’s debut in Super Mario Bros.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Grab type references how Lakitu uses a fishing rod to perform various tasks in the Super Mario series, including grabbing a fallen racer in each Mario Kart game.
  • This spirit's Weight ↓ ability reference how Lakitu is often seen floating around in their Lakitu Clouds.
  • In World of Light, the Lakitu & Spiny spirit is located on a green pipe from the Mario universe in the Mysterious Dimension map.
40
SSBU spirit Blooper.png
Blooper •Tiny Inkling InklingHeadCyanSSBU.png×3
Shield
2,600 Delfino Plaza (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Low Gravity •Timed battle (1:30)
•Gravity is reduced
•The enemy tends to avoid conflict
Underwater Theme - Super Mario Bros.
  • The Tiny Inkling Team's frequent use of Super Jump features the Inkling turning into squid-like creatures, representing the Blooper, another squid-like creature.
  • The stage references the Beachside Town section where the Blooper spirit is located in World of Light, as Delfino Plaza is a beachside town itself.
  • This spirit’s Weight ↓ ability and the music references the various water stages in the Super Mario series which prominently features the Bloopers as the enemy, where they are often found swimming in a diagonal pattern.
41
SSBU spirit Bullet Bill.png
Bullet Bill Captain Falcon Team CaptainFalconHeadBlackSSBU.png×4
Attack
1,800 Mushroom Kingdom •Item Tidal Wave
•Item: Bullet Bill
•Certain items will appear in large numbers
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Airship Theme - Super Mario Bros. 3 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Bullet Bill appears as the item.
  • The Captain Falcon Team references both Captain Falcon and the Bullet Bills' top speed in their respective racing games.
  • The Mushroom Kingdom stage represents the Bullet Bill's debut in Super Mario Bros.
  • The music references the various airship stages in the Super Mario series which prominently features Bullet Bills as the enemy.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, the Bullet Bill spirit is located in the Pac-Maze section, referencing Bullet Bill debuting as an 8-bit character.
43
SSBU spirit Shy Guy.png
Shy Guy Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1311, Shy Guy Mask, Standard Outfit, Red Outfit Color, Low Voice Type 7)
•Tail Mii Gunner MiiGunnerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 3312, Shy Guy Mask, Standard Outfit, Red Outfit Color, Low Voice Type 7)
Mii Swordfighter MiiSwordfighterHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 1332, Shy Guy Mask, Standard Outfit, Red Outfit Color, Low Voice Type 7)
Neutral
1,500 Mushroom Kingdom II (Battlefield form) •Item: Throwing Types •The enemy favors neutral specials
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. 2
  • The three Mii Fighter puppet fighters' costume and voice type represents the Shy Guys, a common masked enemy in the Super Mario series with deep voices. The Tail Mii Gunner references the Fly Guy, a variant of Shy Guy who can hover using the propeller on its head.
  • The Mushroom Kingdom II stage and music references the Shy Guys' debut in Super Mario Bros. 2. In World of Light, the Shy Guy's spirit is located in the hillside at the Heart Pool Mountain section similar to the stage's hillside setting.
  • The Throwing Type items references the throwing gameplay mechanic of Super Mario Bros. 2.
  • The puppet fighters' favored projectile-launching neutral specials (Shot Put for the Mii Brawler, Gunner Missile for the Mii Gunner, and Chakram for the Mii Swordfighter) likely references the Snifits, a variant of Shy Guy that can fire cannonballs from the nozzle in its mask.
44
SSBU spirit Pidgit.png
Pidgit Peach PeachHeadBlackSSBU.png
Shield
3,600 Mushroom Kingdom II N/A •The enemy starts the battle with a Rocket Belt
•The enemy has increased jump power
Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. 2 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Peach and Pidgit are both characters who share the ability to hover in the air in their appearance in Super Mario Bros. 2.
  • The stage and music references the Pidgits' debut in Super Mario Bros. 2, with the stage featuring Pidgit as a stage hazard.
  • This spirit’s Air Attack ↑ ability, the puppet fighter's hovering ability, and battle conditions reference the Pidgit's ability to float out of reach via magic carpets before swooping down to attack the player.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references how the player can jump on the Pidgit’s magic carpet and soar for short distances.
  • In World of Light, the Pidgit spirit is located on a green pipe from the Mario universe in the Mysterious Dimension map.
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SSBU spirit Mouser.png
Mouser Pikachu PikachuHeadGlassesSSBU.png
Grab
2,000 Mushroom Kingdom II (Battlefield form) •Item: Bob-omb •The enemy is easily distracted by items
•The enemy starts the battle with a Bob-omb
Boss Theme - Super Mario Bros. 2
  • Pikachu's Glasses costume and Mouser are both mouse characters who wears sunglasses.
  • The stage and music represents Mouser's appearance in Super Mario Bros. 2.
  • This spirit's Grab type and the battle conditions references Mouser attacking the player with bombs, which the player then can use to counterattack.
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SSBU spirit Wart.png
Wart King K. Rool KingKRoolHeadBlueSSBU.png
Peach PeachHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Grab
4,000 Skyworld (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Slumber Floor •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The floor is sleep-inducing
Boss Theme - Super Mario Bros. 2
  • King K. Rool and Wart are both overweight amphibious antagonists who wear royal attire.
  • This spirit's Grab type and the Peach minion's Vegetable references Wart's vegetable-spawning machine attacking the player with vegetables, which the player then can use to counterattack.
  • The stage references the Sky, the seventh and final world of Super Mario Bros. 2 where Wart is encountered in a castle located in the clouds. In World of Light, Wart's spirit is located in the cloudy Floating Islands section similar to the stage's cloudy setting.
  • The Slumber Floor hazard references the ending of Super Mario Bros. 2 where it is revealed that the entire game took place in Mario's dream.
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SSBU spirit Boo.png
Boo Kirby KirbyHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Neutral
1,800 Mushroom Kingdom U (Slide Lift Tower) •Invisibility •The enemy is invisible
•The enemy's shield has extra durability
Main Theme - Luigi's Mansion (Brawl) Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Kirby and Boo are both round-bodied characters with stubby arms.
  • The stage’s Slide Lift Tower layout references the Boos’ debut in Super Mario Bros. 3 where they first appeared in a castle rather than a ghost house.
  • The music references the Boos' prominent appearance in the Luigi's Mansion series.
  • The Invisibility rule and second battle condition references the Boo's ability to turn invisible, as well as hide when faced by the player.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, the Boo spirit is located in the Dracula's Castle map, referencing the recurring ghost enemies in the Castlevania series.
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SSBU spirit Bob-omb.png
Bob-omb Kirby KirbyHeadPurpleSSBU.png×3
Grab
3,500 Mushroom Kingdom •Item: Bob-omb •The enemy's throwing-type items have increased power
•The enemy has increased move speed
Airship Theme - Super Mario Bros. 3 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Bob-omb appears as the item.
  • Kirby and Bob-omb are both round-bodied characters with simple eyes.
  • The music references the various airship stages in the Super Mario series which prominently features Bob-ombs as the enemy.
  • This spirit's Grab type and first battle condition references how it Bob-omb can be used as a throwing item.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit is purchasable in Sheldon’s Place, a shop that sells spirits related to weapons, referencing the Bob-omb being a weapon.
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SSBU spirit Chain Chomp.png
Chain Chomp •Metal Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadBlackSSBU.png
Attack
4,000 Yoshi's Island (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Chain Chomp) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy favors side specials
•The enemy is metal
Main Theme - Super Mario 64 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Chain Chomp appears as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The Metal Pac-Man's favored Power Pellet references Chain Chomp's shape resembling Pac-Man's classic form.
  • The stage references the Chain Chomp's appearance in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, with the stage featuring the two Chain Chomps as background characters.
  • The music references the Chain Chomp that appears in Bob-omb Battlefield, the first level of Super Mario 64.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Weight ↑ ability references the Chain Chomp’s weight, being made of metal.
  • This spirit is purchasable at Timmy & Tommy’s, a shop that sells spirits related to items, referencing the Chain Chomp being used as an item in various Nintendo games.
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SSBU spirit Nipper Plant.png
Nipper Plant •Tiny Pac-Man Team Pac-ManHeadWhiteSSBU.png×8
Grab
1,900 Super Mario Maker (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy loves to jump
•Defeat an army of fighters
Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. 3 (Remix) Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Tiny Pac-Man Team's frequent Power Pellet and Pac-Jump references the Nipper Plant's shape resembling Pac-Man's classic form.
  • The stage’s Super Mario Bros. 3 layout and music represent the Nipper Plants' debut in Super Mario Bros. 3.
  • The first battle condition references the Nipper Plants being a variant of Piranha Plants that often jump to intercept Mario (a variant represented by this spirit's enhanced form, Petey Piranha).

Other trivia:
  • This spirit is purchasable at Beedle’s Tent, a shop that sells spirits related to living creatures, referencing the Nipper Plant being a sentient plant.
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SSBU spirit Boom Boom.png
Boom Boom •Giant Squirtle SquirtleHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
4,400 Unova Pokémon League (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy has super armor and is hard to launch or make flinch
•The enemy can deal damage by dashing into you
•The enemy is giant
Fortress Boss - Super Mario Bros. 3
  • The Giant Squirtle and Boom Boom are both giant turtle characters.
  • The stage references the end of the fortress levels in Super Mario Bros. 3 where Boom Boom appears as a boss. In World of Light, Boom Boom's spirit is located at the front of the Molten Fortress, a Super Mario-themed dungeon.
  • The music references Boom Boom's debut in Super Mario Bros. 3 where he is battled at the end of the battleship, airship, and tank stages.
  • The battle conditions reference Boom Boom's boss battles where he attacks the player by dashing into them and briefly retreats into his shell whenever he is hit.
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SSBU spirit Tatanga.png
Tatanga Morton BowserJrHeadMortonSSBU.png
Shield
3,800 Mario Galaxy (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy starts the battle with a Super Scope Underground Theme - Super Mario Land
  • Morton and Tatanga are both antagonistic characters who frequently pilot a hovercraft.
  • The stage references the Space Zone, one of the six main zones in Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins where Tatanga is once again encountered as a boss guarding the Space Zone's Golden Coin.
  • The music represents Tatanga's debut in Super Mario Land.
  • The puppet fighter starts off with a Super Scope, referencing Tatanga's main method of attack by firing projectiles from his spaceship.
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SSBU spirit Hothead.png
Hothead •Curry Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadYellowSSBU.png
Grab
2,000 Mushroom Kingdom U (Slide Lift Tower) •Item: Hothead •The enemy breathes fire
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Castle / Boss Fortress - Super Mario World / SMB 3
  • The Hothead appears as the item.
  • The Curry Pac-Man represents the Hothead's circular, fiery body.
  • The stage’s Slide Lift Tower layout references the Hotheads being found in the fortresses in Super Mario World.
  • The music represents the Hotheads' debut in Super Mario World where they are prominently featured in that game's castle stages.
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SSBU spirit Chargin' Chuck.png
Chargin' Chuck Wario Team WarioHeadGreenSSBU.png×4
Attack
1,800 Super Mario Maker (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy favors dash attacks Ground Theme - Super Mario World
  • The Wario Team represents the Chargin' Chucks, a team of burly, American football-wearing enemies in the Super Mario series.
  • The stage's Super Mario World layout and music represents the Chargin' Chucks' debut in Super Mario World.
  • This spirit’s Attack type and the puppet fighter's favored dash attacks reference the Chargin' Chuck's main method of attack by dashing into the player in a fashion similar to Wario's shoulder bash.
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SSBU spirit Wiggler.png
Wiggler Yoshi YoshiHeadYellowSSBU.png
Attack
1,600 Yoshi's Island (Melee) •Attack Power ↑
•Item: Lip's Stick
•The enemy becomes powerful when badly damaged Ground Theme - Super Mario World Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Yoshi and Wiggler both debuted in Super Mario World.
  • The Lip's Stick item references the flowers grown on the Wigglers' heads.
  • The Attack Power ↑ rule and the battle condition references the Wigglers becoming enraged when stomped on, thus increasing their speed and power.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, the Wiggler spirit is located in the Poison Woods section, referencing the Forest of Illusion in Super Mario World where the Wigglers first appear.
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SSBU spirit Kamek.png
Kamek Inkling Team InklingHeadCyanSSBU.png×4
Grab
3,300 Mushroom Kingdom U (Slide Lift Tower) •Easy to Launch
•Item: Star Rod
•All fighters are easy to launch after a little while
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
•The enemy starts the battle with a Star Rod
Fortress Boss - Super Mario World Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The cyan Inkling and Kamek (or the Magikoopa) are both bespectacled characters wearing cyan clothing.
  • The stage's Slide Lift Tower layout represents the stage of the same name, which features the Magikoopa as the boss in New Super Mario Bros U.
  • The music represents the Magikoopas' debut in Super Mario World.
  • This spirit's Magic Attack ↑ ability and the battle conditions reference Kamek's ability to cast spells with its magic wand, as well as their ability to teleport and duplicate themselves.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, the Kamek spirit is located in the Molten Fortress map, a Super Mario-themed dungeon featuring Giga Bowser as the boss, referencing how Kamek is often found as a common enemy in Bowser's fortresses in various Super Mario games, including this spirit battle's stage's layout.
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SSBU spirit Mechakoopa.png
Mechakoopa •Tiny Bowser Team BowserHeadYellowSSBU.png×4
Grab
3,800 Mushroom Kingdom U (Slide Lift Tower) N/A •The enemy starts the battle with a Bob-omb King Bowser - Super Mario Bros. 3 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Tiny Bowser Team and the Mechakoopas are smaller versions of Bowser.
  • The stage references the Mechakoopas’ appearance in New Super Mario Bros series.
  • The music is used as the final boss theme of Super Mario Bros. 3, referencing the final Bowser battle in Super Mario World where the Mechakoopas debuted and can be used against Bowser.
  • The puppet fighters start off with a Bob-omb, referencing the Mechakoopas' tendency to explode.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Grab type references the Mechakoopa being a usable item in the Super Mario series.
  • In World of Light, the Mechakoopa spirit is located in the Molten Fortress map, a Super Mario-themed dungeon, referencing how Mechakoopa is featured as an enemy in Bowser's Castle in Super Mario World, with the music heard in the Molten Fortress featuring the Castle theme from the same game.
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SSBU spirit Dry Bowser.png
Dry Bowser Bowser BowserHeadGreySSBU.png
Shield
13,500 Reset Bomb Forest (Battlefield form) •Defense ↑
•Curry-Filled
•Hazard: Lava Floor
•The floor is lava
•The enemy breathes fire after a little while
•The enemy has increased defense after a little while
King Bowser - Super Mario Bros. 3 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Bowser represents his skeletal undead form, Dry Bowser.
  • The stage and the Lava Floor hazard references the end of the first castle in New Super Mario Bros where Bowser transforms into Dry Bowser after Mario drops him into the lava.
  • This spirit’s Shield type, Fire Attack ↑ ability, and the battle conditions references Dry Bowser’s boss battles in New Super Mario Bros where he breathes fire and is immune to fire-based attacks.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, the Dry Bowser spirit is located in the Dracula's Castle map, referencing the recurring skeleton enemies in the Castlevania series.
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SSBU spirit Big Urchin.png
Big Urchin •Giant Jigglypuff JigglypuffHeadPinkSSBU.png
Shield
3,800 Mushroom Kingdom U (Battlefield form) •Item: Unira •The enemy is giant
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Ground Theme / Underwater Theme - Super Mario 3D Land Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Giant Jigglypuff and the Big Urchin are both giant, spherical characters that float.
  • The stage represents the Big Urchins' debut in New Super Mario Bros. Wii.
  • The Unira item references their similar spiny appearance with the Big Urchin. Coincidentally, the Unira shares its Japanese name with the Urchin enemy.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Shield type references the Big Urchin being unable to be defeated under normal circumstances.
  • This spirit’s Electric Weakness ability references the Big Urchin being vulnerable to electrical attacks, as water is a conductor for electricity.
  • This spirit is purchasable at Beedle’s Tent, a shop that sells spirits related to living creatures, referencing the Bug Urchin being a sentient sea urchin.
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SSBU spirit King Bob-omb.png
King Bob-omb •Giant Kirby KirbyHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Attack
4,100 Peach's Castle •Item: Bob-omb •The enemy is giant
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Main Theme - Super Mario 64 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Giant Kirby and King Bob-omb are both giant, round-bodied characters with simple eyes.
  • The stage and music represents King Bob-omb's debut in Super Mario 64.
  • The Bob-omb item references King Bob-omb's battle in Super Mario 64 DS where King Bob-omb throws Bob-ombs at the player if the player controls Yoshi.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Strong Throw ability references King Bob-omb’s boss battle in Super Mario 64 which involves King Bob-omb either throwing the player or getting thrown by the player.
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SSBU spirit Shine Sprite.png
Shine Sprite Rosalina & Luma RosalinaHeadYellowSSBU.png
Kirby Team KirbyHeadYellowSSBU.pngKirbyHeadBlueSSBU.pngKirbyHeadRedSSBU.png
Neutral
13,100 Delfino Plaza (roof) •Temporary Invincibility
•Sudden Final Smash
•Item: Stars
•Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy will suddenly have a Final Smash
•The enemy will occasionally be invincible
Delfino Plaza (Remix) Spirit Battle trivia:
  • This spirit battle is similar to the Super Stars a distinct entity of the Power Stars in Super Mario 64, which shares a similar role with the Shine Sprites in Super Mario Sunshine.
  • The three Kirby minions represent the Piantas, the citizens of Delfino Plaza, who utilize the Shine Sprites as their main power source.
  • The minions’ red, blue, and yellow colorations also reference the three types of Coins on Isle Delfino where collecting enough of each will earn the player a Shine Sprite.
  • The stage and music represents the Shine Sprites' debut in Sunshine with the stage's roof layout featuring the Shine Gate with a monument of a Shine Sprite in the background.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type and Special-Move Power ↑ ability references the Shine’s Sprite’s role in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door where the Shine Sprite can upgrade Mario’s partners, as well as restore the player's stats and audience seats.
  • In World of Light, the Shine Sprite spirit is located at the Beachside Town section, referencing Delfino Plaza being a beachside town as well.
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SSBU spirit Piantas.png
Piantas Kirby Team KirbyHeadYellowSSBU.png×2 KirbyHeadBlueSSBU.png×2 KirbyHeadRedSSBU.png×2 KirbyHeadOrangeSSBU.png×2
Shield
1,600 Delfino Plaza •Item Tidal Wave
•Item: Mushrooms
•Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while Delfino Plaza Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Kirby Team's color schemes represent the four colors of the Piantas featured in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage and music represents the Piantas' debut in Super Mario Sunshine.
  • This spirit’s Banana Gun Equipped rule and the Banana Peel items in the Item Tidal Wave rule likely references the fruit that the Piantas sell in Delfino Plaza, as well as the bananas that appear in this spirit's artwork.
  • The Mushroom item likely references the events of Super Mario Sunshine where Mario must save Isle Delfino from Shadow Mario (represented by the Super Mushroom and the Poison Mushroom respectively).

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references the Piantas aiding Mario's quest in collecting the Shine Sprites in Super Mario Sunshine.
  • This spirit is available through its challenge, referencing how Piantas are often seen selling fruit or other items in Super Mario Sunshine.
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SSBU spirit Shadow Mario.png
Shadow Mario Bowser Jr. BowserJrHeadSSBU.png
Neutral
9,800 Delfino Plaza (Ω form) •Sudden Final Smash
•Hazard: Sticky Floor
•The floor is sticky
•The enemy will suddenly have a Final Smash after a little while
•The enemy's FS Meter charges quickly
Delfino Plaza (Remix)
  • Bowser Jr. represents his alternate identity, Shadow Mario.
  • The stage and music represents both Bowser Jr. and Shadow Mario’s debut in Super Mario Sunshine.
  • The Sudden Final Smash rule references Shadow Mario serving as the basis for Bowser Jr.’s Final Smash, Shadow Mario Paint.
  • The Sticky Floor hazard represents the Magic Paintbrush, a paintbrush-like weapon wielded by Shadow Mario known for creating damaging, paint-like slime which can also submerge its victims into the goop.
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SSBU spirit Luma.png
Luma Kirby Team KirbyHeadYellowSSBU.pngKirbyHeadBlueSSBU.pngKirbyHeadRedSSBU.pngKirbyHeadGreenSSBU.png
Shield
3,500 Mario Galaxy •Item: Stars •Take your strongest team into this no-frills battle Rosalina in the Observatory / Luma's Theme Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Kirby and Luma are both small, floating creatures with simple eyes, with the Kirby Team's coloration representing the four common colors of the Lumas.
  • The stage and music represents the Lumas' debut in Super Mario Galaxy. In World of Light, Luma's spirit is located in the Outer Space section similar to the stage's outer space setting.
  • The Star items references both the Lumas' star-shaped bodies and their home among the stars in Super Mario Galaxy.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references how Luma aided Mario in his quest to rescue Princess Peach in Super Mario Galaxy.
  • This spirit’s Super Launch Star Equipped ability references the Luma’s ability to transform into Launch Stars in the Super Mario Galaxy games.
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SSBU spirit Hungry Luma.png
Hungry Luma Rosalina & Luma RosalinaHeadPinkSSBU.png
Kirby KirbyHeadOrangeSSBU.png
Grab
1,900 Mario Galaxy •Item: Super Launch Star •Take your strongest team into this no-frills battle Egg Planet
  • Rosalina is the "mother" of all Lumas in Super Mario Galaxy.
  • Kirby and the Hungry Luma are both small, floating, simple-eyed creatures with the ability to inhale certain foods and transform.
  • The stage and music represents the Hungry Lumas' debut in Super Mario Galaxy.
  • This spirit’s Transformation Duration ↑ ability and Super Launch Star item references the Hungry Lumas' ability to permanently turn into planets when fed the required amount of Star Bits, which is then accessible via a new Launch Star.
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SSBU spirit Honey Queen.png
Honey Queen •Giant Pikachu PikachuHeadYellowSSBU.png (140 HP)
Neutral
3,300 Mario Galaxy •Item: Beehive •Timed stamina battle (1:00)
•The enemy is giant
Gusty Garden Galaxy
  • Pikachu's cap features black-and-yellow stripes, referencing the Honey Queen's black-and-yellow stripe design.
  • The stage and music represents the Honey Queen's debut in Super Mario Galaxy.
  • The puppet fighter's giant size and the Beehive item references the Honey Queen serving as the giant-sized queen of the Honeybees.
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SSBU spirit Lubba.png
Lubba •Giant Kirby KirbyHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Shield
4,100 Mario Galaxy •Hazard: Low Gravity
•Item: Super Launch Star
•Gravity is reduced
•The enemy starts the battle with a Super Launch Star
•The enemy is giant
The Starship Sails Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Giant Kirby and Lubba are both large, round, simple-eyed characters who consistently float in midair.
  • The stage and music references Lubba's appearance in Super Mario Galaxy 2, with the stage featuring Lubba as the background character piloting the Starship Mario.
  • This spirit’s Irreversible Controls ability and Low Gravity hazard references the altered gravity gameplay mechanic in the Super Mario Galaxy series.
  • The Super Launch Star item represents the Launch Star that launched Mario into the different galaxies in the Super Mario Galaxy series.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references how Lubba aided Mario in his quest to rescue Princess Peach in Super Mario Galaxy 2.
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SSBU spirit Starship Mario.png
Starship Mario •Giant Mario MarioHeadGreenSSBU.png
Shield
4,100 Mario Galaxy (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Low Gravity •Gravity is reduced
•The enemy is giant
The Starship Sails Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Giant Mario references Starship Mario resembling Mario's head.
  • The stage and music references Starship Mario's appearance in Super Mario Galaxy 2, with the stage featuring the Starship Mario as the background character. In World of Light, Starship's spirit is located in the Outer Space section similar to the stage's outer space setting.
  • The music represents the Starship Mario's debut in Super Mario Galaxy 2, as the music is tied to the Starship itself thematically.
  • This spirit's Jump ↑ ability and the Low Gravity hazard references the altered gravity gameplay mechanic in the Super Mario Galaxy series.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references the Starship Mario’s role to help Mario travel through the cosmos to rescue Princess Peach in Super Mario Galaxy 2.
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SSBU spirit Plessie.png
Plessie •Giant Yoshi YoshiHeadYellowSSBU.png
Grab
2,100 Great Bay N/A •The enemy is giant Slide Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Giant Yoshi and Plessie are both giant dinosaur-like characters that debuted in the Super Mario series.
  • This spirit’s Support type, Swimmer ability, and stage references Plessie’s role in Super Mario 3D World to allow the player to ride him and cross large bodies of water.
  • The music represents Super Mario 3D World’s remix of the Slide theme from Super Mario 64 heard when riding Plessie.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, Plessie’s spirit is located by the waterfall in the Cliffside Rapids section, referencing "Plessie's Plunging Falls", the first level where the player can control Plessie in Super Mario 3D World.
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SSBU spirit Cappy.png
Cappy Mario MarioHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Neutral
3,600 Rainbow Cruise (hazards off) •Invisibility
•Item: Boomerang
•The enemy is invisible
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
Jump Up, Super Star! Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Mario’s Wedding costume features a white top hat, which resembles Cappy's ghostly top hat body..
  • The stage references the Odyssey, the flying airship that Mario and Cappy pilot around the world in Super Mario Odyssey.
  • The music represents Cappy's appearance in Odyssey.
  • The Invisibility rule represents Cappy's ability to take the form of hats, thus appearing invisible to the naked eye, as well as the Invisibility Hat, which turns both Cappy and Mario invisible.
  • This spirit’s Strong Throw ability and the Boomerang item references how Mario throws Cappy like a boomerang.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references how Cappy aided Mario in his quest to rescue Princess Peach and Cappy's sister, Tiara in Odyssey.
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SSBU spirit Pauline.png
Pauline Peach PeachHeadRedSSBU.png
Mario MarioHeadWhiteSSBU.png
•Giant Donkey Kong DonkeyKongHeadRedSSBU.png
Shield
13,700 75m (hazards off) •Jump Power ↓ •Defeat the main fighter to win
•You have reduced jump power
•Reinforcements will appear during the battle
The enemy tends to avoid conflict
Jump Up, Super Star! Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Peach and Pauline are both damsels in distress, with Peach also referencing how Pauline was originally depicted as a blonde woman.
  • The Mario and Donkey Kong minions and the stage represent the original Donkey Kong arcade game where Pauline, Mario (as Jumpman) and the original Donkey Kong made their debut.
  • The Mario minion’s Wedding costume, stage, and music references Pauline’s appearance in Super Mario Odyssey where Pauline is the mayor of New Donk City, a level which features numerous Donkey Kong references, including a mission featuring a lengthy 2-D sequence referencing Donkey Kong.
  • The battle conditions represents the main gameplay of Donkey Kong where Jumpman reaches the end of each level to save Pauline from Donkey Kong within the time limit, but she moves to another level.
  • The Mario minion starts off with a Hammer, referencing how Jumpman uses the Hammer to destroy the barrels Donkey Kong throws down.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Healing Shield ability references the end of Donkey Kong where Jumpman saves Pauline and shares a special moment together, represented by a heart, which is commonly associated with health in video games.
  • In World of Light, Pauline’s spirit is located in the Console City section, referencing her position as the mayor of New Donk City.
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SSBU spirit The Odyssey.png
The Odyssey •Giant Jigglypuff JigglypuffHeadNurseSSBU.png
Shield
4,400 Rainbow Cruise •Hard to Launch •Timed battle (1:00)
•The enemy is hard to launch
•The enemy shields often
Fossil Falls Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Giant Jigglypuff references the Odyssey's flying power, with the puppet fighter's Nurse costume referencing the sails of the Odyssey.
  • The Odyssey and the stage are both flying ships. In World of Light, the Odyssey's spirit is located on a floating ship in the cloudy Floating Islands section.
  • The music references the Cascade Kingdom, the second level in Super Mario Odyssey where the Odyssey is found near Fossil Falls.
  • The Hard to Launch rule and the third battle condition likely references the Odyssey not being able to take off until it has collected enough Power Moons to fuel it.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type and Strong-Wind Resist ability references references the Odyssey’s role in Odyssey where it enabled Mario to travel the world through the skies to rescue Princess Peach.
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SSBU spirit Goo-Goo Buggy.png
Goo-Goo Buggy Mario MarioHeadStripedSSBU.png
Luigi LuigiHeadBlueSSBU.png
Attack
3,400 Figure-8 Circuit •Assist Trophy Enemies (Chain Chomp) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy has increased move speed
Mushroom Gorge - Mario Kart Wii Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Mario and Luigi both represent Baby Mario and Baby Luigi, who use the Goo-Goo Buggy as their default kart in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!.
  • The stage and music represents the Goo-Goo Buggy's debut in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!.
  • The Chain Chomp Assist Trophy enemy references the Chain Chomp being Baby Mario and Baby Luigi's unique special item in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, with thhe Chain Chomp appearing in this spirit’s artwork.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Weight ↑ ability references the Chain Chomp’s weight, being made of metal.
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SSBU spirit Barrel Train.png
Barrel Train Donkey Kong DonkeyKongHeadBlackSSBU.png
Diddy Kong DiddyKongHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
3,500 Spirit Train •Item: Bullet Bill •The enemy can deal damage by dashing into you
•The enemy has increased attack power
•The enemy has increased move speed
Rainbow Road - Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong both use the Barrel Train as their default kart in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
  • The stage references the Barrel Train being a train-shaped vehicle.
  • The music represents the Barrel Train's debut in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
  • This spirit’s Dash Attack ↑ ability and the Bullet Bill item references the Bullet Blaster, a Banzai Bill-themed kart which is tied with the Barrel Train as the fastest lightweight kart in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, the Barrel Train spirit is located on a set of train tracks in the Badlands section, which requires the Alfonzo & Engineer Link spirit to be obtained.
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SSBU spirit B Dasher.png
B Dasher Mario MarioHeadWhiteSSBU.png×3
Attack
9,400 Figure-8 Circuit •Uncontrollable Speed •All fighters move faster and can't stop quickly
•The enemy can deal damage by dashing into you
Circuit - Mario Kart 7 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Mario uses the B Dasher as his default kart in Mario Kart DS, Mario Kart 7, and Mario Kart 8.
  • The stage and music references the B Dasher's appearances in the Mario Kart series.
  • The Uncontrollable Speed rule and battle condition references the B Dasher's significantly high acceleration.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Neutral Special ↑ ability references the B Dasher’s namesake coming from players using the B button to dash in side-scrolling platformer games, whereas using the B button in the Super Smash Bros. series enables the player to use their neutral special.
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SSBU spirit Standard Kart.png
Standard Kart Squirtle Team SquirtleHeadGreenSSBU.png×4
Grab
2,100 Figure-8 Circuit •Item: Green Shell •The enemy favors side specials Mario Circuit - Super Mario Kart Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Squirtle and Koopa Troopa featured in this spirit's artwork are both turtle characters.
  • The total number of four fighters represents the four green Koopa Shells featured in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage and music references the Standard Kart's appearances in the Mario Kart series.
  • The Squirtle Team's favored Withdraw and the Green Shell items represents the Triple Green Shells, an item used in the Mario Kart series where the player throws three different Green Shells at the other players.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Boomerang Equipped ability references both the Boomerang and the Triple Green Shells being used as combat items in the Mario Kart series.
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SSBU spirit Standard Bike.png
Standard Bike Wario WarioHeadGreenSSBU.png×4
Shield
2,100 Figure-8 Circuit N/A •The enemy's side special has increased power
•The enemy has increased move speed
Mario Kart Stadium - Mario Kart 8
  • Wario often teams up with Waluigi in most Mario spin-off games.
  • The stage and music references the Standard Bike's appearances in the Mario Kart series.
  • This spirit’s Undamaged Speed ↑ ability, the puppet fighters' frequent use of Wario Bike, and second battle condition references the Standard Bike’s high acceleration stats.
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SSBU spirit Cheep Charger.png
Cheep Charger Peach PeachHeadBlueSSBU.png
Grab
1,900 Mario Circuit N/A •The enemy favors grabs and throws
•The enemy has increased move speed
Mushroom Gorge - Mario Kart Wii
  • Peach's favored grabs and throws features Toad, who in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage and music references the Cheep Charger's appearances in the Mario Kart series.
  • This spirit’s Speed ↑ ability and second battle condition references the Cheep Charger's high acceleration stats.
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SSBU spirit Mach 8.png
Mach 8 Luigi LuigiHeadCyanSSBU.png
Attack
3,700 Mario Circuit •Hazard: High Gravity
•Item: Mario Kart
•All fighters have reduced jump ability
•The enemy can deal damage by dashing into you
Mario Kart Stadium - Mario Kart 8 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Luigi's logo is featured on the Mach 8 kart, indicating Luigi's ownership of the kart.
  • The stage and music represent the Mach 8's debut in Mario Kart 8.
  • The Mario Kart items represent a typical game of Mario Kart where the player uses an Item to gain an advantage over the other players in a race.
  • This spirit’s Screen-Flip Immunity ability and the High Gravity hazard represents the anti-gravity mechanic in Mario Kart 8 where the racers can drive on above-ground surfaces such as the ceilings, walls, etc.
  • The Impact Run battle condition likely references the Mach 8's high acceleration and weight stats.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit is purchasable at Funky Kong's Shack, a shop that sells spirits related to vehicles or transportation, referencing the Mach 8 being a racing vehicle.
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SSBU spirit Biddybuggy.png
Biddybuggy North America
Buggybud PAL
•Tiny Rosalina & Luma RosalinaHeadGreenSSBU.png
Grab
3,700 Mario Circuit (Battlefield form) •Move Speed ↑
•Item: Mario Kart
•All fighters have increased move speed
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
•The enemy falls slowly
Cloudtop Cruise - Mario Kart 8
  • The Tiny Rosalina represents Baby Rosalina who is featured in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage and music represent the Biddybuggy's debut in Mario Kart 8. This and the Mario Kart items represent a typical game of Mario Kart where the player uses an Item to gain an advantage over the other players in a race.
  • This spirit’s Weight ↓ ability, Move Speed ↑ rule, and the battle conditions reference the Biddybuggy's high acceleration and lightweight stats.
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SSBU spirit Badwagon.png
Badwagon •Metal Peach PeachHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Shield
9,700 Mario Circuit N/A •The enemy is metal Mario Circuit - Mario Kart 8 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Metal Peach represents Pink Gold Peach who is featured in this spirit's artwork.
  • The stage and music represents the Badwagon's debut in Mario Kart 8.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Speed ↑ ability references the Badwagon’s high speed stats.
  • This spirit is purchasable at Funky Kong's Shack, a shop that sells spirits related to vehicles or transportation, referencing the Badwagon being a racing vehicle.
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SSBU spirit Paper Bowser.png
Paper Bowser Bowser BowserHeadOrangeSSBU.png (140 HP)
Attack
9,300 Peach's Castle (Ω form) •Defense ↑
•Attack Power ↑
•Item: Star Rod
•The enemy will occasionally be invincible when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy's special moves have increased power
Stamina battle
Paper Mario Medley
  • Bowser's frequent use of special attacks such as Fire Breath and Bowser Bomb references two of his paper counterpart's attacks in the first game.
  • The Peach’s Castle stage’s Ω form references the flat, pop-up book style of the battle screens in Paper Mario, as well as the final boss battle in the original Paper Mario taking place on a flat platform floating near Peach's Castle.
  • This spirit's Attack type, the Star Rod item, and the battle conditions references the boss battles against Paper Bowser in Paper Mario and Paper Mario: Sticker Star, in which Paper Bowser powered himself up using a magical item such as the Star Rod or the Gold Royal Sticker (the latter represented by Paper Bowser (Paper Mario: Sticker Star), this spirit's enhanced form).
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SSBU spirit Kammy Koopa.png
Kammy Koopa Bayonetta BayonettaHeadBlueSSBU.png
Attack
2,000 Paper Mario •Invisibility •All fighters are invisible after a little while
•The enemy starts the battle with a Star Rod
Airship Theme - Super Mario Bros. 3
  • Bayonetta and Kammy Koopa are both bespectacled witches.
  • The stage references Kammy Koopa's appearance in the Paper Mario series.
  • This spirit’s Magic Attack ↑ ability and the battle conditions reference Kammy Koopa using her magic wand to turn herself and her allies invisible in battle in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door.
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SSBU spirit Vivian.png
Vivian •Clear Mr. Game & Watch MrGame&WatchHeadBlueSSBU.png
Shield
3,600 Luigi's Mansion (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy is invisible Paper Mario Medley Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Mr. Game & Watch references the flat art style of the Paper Mario series.
  • The stage references the Creepy Steeple of Twilight Town, a gloomy level in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door where Vivian joins Mario's party after she helps Mario's shadow regain his body from a shape-shifting ghost.
  • The battle condition references Vivian's ability to hide herself and Mario in her own shadow, effectively turning invisible.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Weight ↓ ability references how Vivian is a ghost, who is often seen floating weightlessly.
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SSBU spirit Mr. L.png
Mr. L Luigi LuigiHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Attack
4,300 Luigi's Mansion (Ω form) •Hazard: Fog •The stage is covered in fog
•The enemy favors special moves
•The enemy's FS Meter charges quickly
The Grand Finale
  • Luigi represents Mr. L, Luigi's brainwashed evil alter-ego in Super Paper Mario.
  • The stage references Castle Bleck, the dark castle where Luigi was taken captive and brainwashed into Mr. L.
  • The Fog hazard likely references Mr. L's second battle fight in the World of Nothing, a blank white void. In World of Light, Mr. L's spirit is located in the fogy Lost Woods section of the Sacred Land map.
  • The music is used as the final boss theme of Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, referencing Super Dimentio, the combined form of Mr. L and Dimentio who acts as the final boss of Super Paper Mario.
  • This spirit’s Attack type and Luigi's favored special moves likely references the Super Jump, an attack where Mr. L springs upward and bashes the enemy out from above him.
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SSBU spirit Dimentio.png
Dimentio Meta Knight MetaKnightHeadPinkSSBU.png
•Giant Luigi LuigiHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Grab
3,800 Paper Mario •Attack Power ↑ •The enemy has increased attack power after a little while
•The enemy deals damage when falling
•The enemy is giant
Battle! - Paper Mario: Color Splash Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Meta Knight and Dimentio are both antagonists whose facial designs feature a mask-like style.
  • The Luigi minion represents Mr. L, Luigi's brainwashed evil alter-ego in Super Paper Mario.
  • The stage and music references Dimentio's appearance in the Paper Mario series, with the music also referencing Dimension being a boss in the Paper Mario series.
  • The battle conditions references Super Dimentio, the giant combined form of Dimentio and Luigi's brainwashed alter-ego Mr. L who utilizes stomping attacks.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Weight ↓ ability references Dimentio’s ability to float in midair.
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SSBU spirit Huey.png
Huey Inkling Team InklingHeadBlueSSBU.pngInklingHeadYellowSSBU.pngInklingHeadGreenSSBU.pngInklingHeadPinkSSBU.png
Grab
1,900 Moray Towers N/A •The enemy favors special moves Battle! - Paper Mario: Color Splash Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Inkling and Huey are both characters who utilize pigmented liquids, with the Inkling Team's alternate colorations referencing Huey's name being a joke on "hue", the term to describe colors.
  • The Inkling Team, stage, and the battle conditions reference both Paper Mario: Color Splash and Splatoon being games themed around colorful pigmented liquids, with Color Splash using paint and Splatoon using ink.
  • The music represents Huey's appearance in Paper Mario: Color Splash.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references how Huey aided Mario to defeat Bowser in Color Splash.
  • This spirit's Water/Freezing Resist ↑ ability references Huey's ability to contain different colors of paints, including the toxic black paint.
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SSBU spirit Mallow.png
Mallow Robin RobinHeadWhiteSSBU.png×3
Attack
4,100 Magicant •Item: Lightning •The enemy's magic attacks have increased power
•The enemy favors neutral specials
Time's Running Out! Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Robin and Mallow both utilize magical attacks.
  • The stage references Nimbus Land, Mallow's home kingdom on top of a giant cloud. In World of Light, Mallow's spirit is located in the cloudy Floating Islands section similar to the stage's cloudy setting.
  • The music references Mallow's debut game, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars and Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam both being Super Mario role-playing games.
  • Robin's favored Thunder and the Lightning items represent Thunderbolt, the first magic attack Mallow learns.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references how Mallow aided Mario in his quest to defeat Smithy in Legend of the Seven Stars.
  • This spirit’s Trade-Off Attacks ↑ ability references how Mallow is not physically strong, but makes up for it with his magical attacks.
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SSBU spirit Geno.png
Geno Sheik SheikHeadIndigoSSBU.png
Peach PeachHeadRedSSBU.png
Kirby KirbyHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Bowser BowserHeadOrangeSSBU.png
Mario MarioHeadBlueSSBU.png
Attack
13,700 Mario Galaxy (Battlefield form) N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•Timed battle (2:30)
•The enemy's FS Meter charges quickly
Rainbow Road Medley Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Sheik and Geno are both characters who are fast, wears headgears, and assumed alternate forms of their true identities. Sheik starting off with a Super Scope references Geno’s various blasters built into his body.
  • The minions represents the rest of the player’s party in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, which, in addition to Geno, consists of Mario, Peach, Bowser and Mallow (represented by Kirby).
    • The Mario minion starting off with a Green Shell represents Mario's NokNok Shell.
    • The Peach minion's Autoheal ability references Princess Toadstool's healing spells.
    • The Kirby minion and Mallow are both blob-like creatures with simple eyes.
  • The stage, music, and the Warp Star and Star Rod items enabled in this spirit battle references the Star Road, a celestial realm and Geno's place of origin where he descended from as a star and inhabited the Geno doll.
  • This spirit's Attack type and the Fast FS Meter battle condition applied to Sheik references how Geno's special moves require the use of a star meter, which, when timed correctly, unleashes powerful attacks.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit is obtainable through summoning, referencing how Geno is summoned to the Mushroom Kingdom to retrieve the Star Pieces and restore the wishes to the world.
  • In World of Light, Geno’s spirit is located in the Outer Space section, referencing Geno's identity as a star who originated from the Star Road in Legend of the Seven Stars.
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SSBU spirit Prince Peasley.png
Prince Peasley Marth MarthHeadGreenSSBU.png
Shield
1,600 3D Land N/A •The enemy's melee weapons have increased power This is Minion Turf! Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Marth and Prince Peasley are both sword-wielding princes.
  • The stage likely references the level layouts of the Mario & Luigi series.
  • The music represents Prince Peasley's appearance in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, Prince Peasley’s spirit is located at the base of a beanstalk leading up to the Floating Islands section, referencing Prince Peasley being a bean-themed character.
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SSBU spirit Fawful.png
Fawful Iggy BowserJrHeadIggySSBU.png (140 HP)
R.O.B. ROBHeadGreenSSBU.png (140 HP)
Neutral
3,700 Prism Tower N/A Stamina battle
•The enemy starts the battle with a Rocket Belt
The Grand Finale
  • Iggy and Fawful are both green, bespectacled villains who rides in their hovercraft carriers.
  • The R.O.B. minion starting off with a Rocket Belt represents the Vacuum Helmet, a rocket-powered device shaped like R.O.B.'s head that allows Fawful to fly, suck things into storage, and use as a weapon.
  • This spirit’s Electric Attack ↑ ability and stage references Fawful's expertise in technology, as the Prism Tower in Pokémon X / Y is a high-tech tower.
  • The music represents Fawful's prominent villainous role and final battle in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
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SSBU spirit Princess Shroob.png
Princess Shroob Peach PeachHeadRedSSBU.png (120 HP)
Neutral
3,800 Princess Peach's Castle •Giant
•Attack Power ↑
•The enemy is giant when the enemy's at high damage
Stamina battle
•The enemy has increased attack power when the enemy's at high damage
The Grand Finale
  • Peach references Princess Shroob's resemblance to, and impersonation of, Princess Peach.
  • The stage references Peach's Castle, which was corrupted in Princess Shroob's image in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time.
  • The music and the Giant and Attack Power ↑ rules references the final boss fight against Princess Shroob's larger sister, the Elder Princess Shroob, who is fought immediately after the former's defeat.
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SSBU spirit Starlow.png
Starlow Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadYellowSSBU.png
Luigi LuigiHeadYellowSSBU.png
Mario MarioHeadYellowSSBU.png
Attack
3,300 Brinstar (Battlefield form) •Tiny
•Giant
•The enemy is giant
•The enemy is tiny after a little while
Tough Guy Alert! Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Pac-Man and Starlow are both yellow-colored spherical characters with simple black eyes.
  • The Mario and Luigi minions represent their appearance, along with Starlow, in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
  • The stage and Tiny rule references the beginning of Bowser's Inside Story where Mario, Luigi, and Starlow are swallowed by Bowser and becomes tiny as a result.
  • The Giant rule likely references either the Pipe Yard which allows the Mario Bros. to teleport back to normal-size outside of Bowser's body via Warp Pipe, or the Rump Command where the Mario Bros. give Bowser an adrenaline boost to temporarily allow Bowser to grow to giant size.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references how Starlow aided Mario and Luigi in their adventures in the Mario & Luigi series.
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SSBU spirit Broque Monsieur.png
Broque Monsieur Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
1,800 Mario Bros. (Battlefield form) •Defense ↑
•Item: Blocks
•The enemy has increased defense
•The enemy shields often
•The enemy's shield has extra durability
Tough Guy Alert!
  • Pac-Man and Broque Monsieur are both yellow-colored three-dimensional-shaped characters.
  • The stage and the Block items reference Broque Monsieur's block theme.
  • The music and battle conditions reference Broque Monsieur's battle in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
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SSBU spirit Dreambert.png
Dreambert Luigi LuigiHeadPinkSSBU.png
Shield
2,300 Magicant (Battlefield form) •Hazard: Slumber Floor •The floor is sleep-inducing Try, Try Again
  • Luigi represents Dreamy Luigi, Luigi's dream representation who rescues Dreambert when he was encased in Antasma's Nightmare Chunk.
  • The stage and Slumber Floor hazard references the setting of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team prominently taking place in the Dream World while Luigi sleeps.
  • The music represents Dreambert's appearance in Dream Team.
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SSBU spirit Antasma.png
Antasma Robin RobinHeadBlueSSBU.png
Grab
4,300 Peach's Castle (Battlefield form) •Item: Food
•Hazard: Slumber Floor
•The floor is sleep-inducing
•The enemy becomes more powerful after eating
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
The Grand Finale Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Robin and Antasma are both robe-wearing spellcasters.
  • The stage references Neo Bowser Castle where Antasma is encountered in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team.
  • The music is used in the final boss battle against the Dark Star in Bowser’s Inside Story, referencing both Antasma and Dark Star being darkness-based major antagonists in the Mario & Luigi series.
  • The Slumber Floor hazard represents the sleep and dream-based themes in Dream Team, as well as Antasma's ability to make Mario fall asleep when he takes damage.
  • The Food items and the battle conditions references Antasma's third boss fight, in which he creates "Antasmunchies" that he can eat to increase his attack power.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references Antasma’s temporary alliance with Bowser in Dream Team until Bowser’s later betrayal.
  • This spirit's Death's Scythe Equipped ability references Antasma's ability to induce nightmares in his victims.
  • This spirit is purchasable at Anna's Emporium, a shop that sells spirits related to equipment, referencing Antasma using the Dark Stone to cause the demise of the Pi'llo civilization.
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SSBU spirit Sidestepper.png
Sidestepper Mr. Game & Watch Team MrGame&WatchHeadRedSSBU.png×8 MrGame&WatchHeadBlueSSBU.png×4
Attack
1,900 Mario Bros. •Move Speed ↑ •The enemy has increased move speed after a little while
•The enemy can deal damage by dashing into you
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
Mario Bros. Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Mr. Game & Watch and the Sidesteppers' are both two-dimensional characters debuting in the 1980's, with the Mr. Game & Watch Team referencing the Sidesteppers being common enemies in Mario Bros.
  • The stage and music represent the Sidestepper's appearance in the Mario Bros. arcade game.
  • This spirit’s Trade-Off Speed ↑ ability, the fighters' alternate colorations, and the battle conditions references the Sidesteppers' ability to harm the player by dashing into them, increase their speed when they are damaged, and how faster blue Sidesteppers will begin to appear.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, the Sidestepper spirit is located in the Pac-Maze section, referencing the Sidestepper debuting as an 8-bit character.
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SSBU spirit Freezie.png
Freezie Ice Climbers IceClimbersHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Grab
1,600 Mario Bros. (Battlefield form) •Item: Freezie •The enemy starts the battle with a Freezie Mario Bros. Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Ice Climbers and the Freezie are both 8-bit characters with the ability to momentarily freeze a player in ice in the Super Smash Bros. series.
  • The stage and music represents the Freezie's debut in the Mario Bros. arcade game.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, the Sidestepper spirit is located in the Frozen Mountain section, referencing the Freezie's ice theme.
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SSBU spirit Eggplant Man.png
Eggplant Man Wario Team WarioHeadGreenSSBU.png×6
Shield
1,900 Wrecking Crew (Battlefield form) •Item: Golden Hammer •Defeat an army of fighters Wrecking Crew Medley
  • Wario and the Eggplant Man are both Mario's enemies in their debut games.
  • The stage, music, and the Golden Hammer item represents the Eggplant Man's appearance in Wrecking Crew.
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SSBU spirit Viruses.png
Viruses Kirby KirbyHeadBlueSSBU.pngKirbyHeadYellowSSBU.pngKirbyHeadRedSSBU.png
Attack
4,000 Mario Bros. (Battlefield form) N/A •Timed battle (1:30) Fever
  • The Kirby fighters' coloration represents one color of the Viruses in the original Dr. Mario arcade game: the red Fever Virus, the blue Chill Virus, and the yellow Weird Virus.
  • The stage references both Mario Bros. and Dr. Mario being 8-bit games released on the NES.
  • The music represents the Viruses' debut in Dr. Mario.
  • This spirit’s Poison Damage Reduced ability and the timed battle conditions references the main goal in Dr. Mario in which the player must defeat all of the viruses without causing the board to completely fill up to the top with pills or it will result in a Game Over.
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SSBU spirit Flies & Hand.png
Flies & Hand •Giant Donkey Kong DonkeyKongHeadWhiteSSBU.png
•Tiny Dark Pit DarkPitHeadBrownSSBU.png×4
Attack
4,000 Living Room •Assist Trophy Enemies (Flies & Hand)
•Item: Food
•Survive until the timer runs out (1:00)
•Hostile assist trophies will appear
Mario Paint Medley Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Flies & Hand appear as the Assist Trophy enemy.
  • The white Giant Donkey Kong references the Hand's giant size and white color scheme, with Donkey Kong's frequent use of hand-based attacks referencing the Hand's ability to swat the Flies.
  • The Tiny Dark Pit minions reference the Flies' tiny size and coloration, with Dark Pit's frequent use of Power of Flight referencing the Flies' ability to fly and swarm.
  • The stage references how fighters are decreased in size relative to their surroundings, so in this environment, the fighters' sizes reflect the Hand & Flies real-life size.
  • The music represents the Flies & Hand's debut in Mario Paint.
  • This spirit’s Battering Items ↑ ability and the battle conditions the Fly Swatter minigame in Mario Paint where the player must use the Hand to swat the flies in each stage with the flyswatter without running out of lives.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit is purchasable at Beedle’s Tent, a shop that sells spirits related to living creatures, referencing the Flies being living creatures.
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SSBU spirit Wanda.png
Wanda •Tiny Palutena PalutenaHeadRedSSBU.png
Yoshi YoshiHeadCyanSSBU.png
Peach PeachHeadRedSSBU.png
Mario MarioHeadBlueSSBU.png
Shield
1,500 Green Greens (Battlefield form) N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
Mario Paint Medley Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Tiny Palutena and Wanda both share a mythical status, with Palutena being a goddess and Wanda being a tiny fairy.
  • The minions and the second battle condition represents the playable characters Wanda guides in Mario & Wario.
  • The stage references the Yosei no Mori, the first stage of Mario & Wario that takes place in a forest.
  • The music references both Mario Paint and Mario & Wario being compatible with the Super NES Mouse.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Magic Attack ↑ ability references Wanda using her magic wand to alter the surroundings of each Mario & Wario level.
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SSBU spirit Kid.png
Kid Mario Team MarioHeadBlackSSBU.png×4
Attack
2,500 Golden Plains (Battlefield form) •Item: Beastball
•Hazard: Heavy Wind
•Dangerously high winds are in effect
•The enemy is easily distracted by items
World Tour
  • The Mario Team represents the 1-4 multiplayer mode in Mario Golf.
  • The stage references the golf greens in the Mario Golf series.
  • The Beastball item references the golf balls in the Mario Golf games.
  • The Heavy Wind hazard references how the wind is an obstacle in the Mario Golf series.
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SSBU spirit Poltergust 5000.png
Poltergust 5000 Luigi Team LuigiHeadPinkSSBU.pngLuigiHeadCyanSSBU.pngLuigiHeadWhiteSSBU.pngLuigiHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Grab
4,000 Luigi's Mansion N/A •The enemy's throws have increased power Luigi's Mansion Series Medley Spirit Battle trivia:
  • This spirit battle references the multiplayer Scarescraper mode of Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon and Luigi's Mansion 3 where Luigi performs grab and throw moves using the Poltergust G-00.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Fog Immunity ability references the Poltergust’s function to suck up ghosts, which are known for creating foggy images in photographic imagery.
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SSBU spirit Polterpup.png
Polterpup •Clear Duck Hunt DuckHuntHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Shield
3,600 Luigi's Mansion N/A •The enemy is invisible On the Hunt - Gloomy Manor Ver.- (Instrumental) Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Clear Dog from Duck Hunt references how Polterpups are ghostly dogs who are often invisible until they are exposed to Luigi's flashlight.
  • The stage references Polterpup's appearance in the Luigi's Mansion series.
  • The music represents Polterpup's debut in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Bury Immunity ability references Polterpup digging up an Amethyst during his first appearance in Dark Moon.
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SSBU spirit Perry.png
Perry Peach PeachHeadYellowSSBU.png
Shield
1,800 Golden Plains (Battlefield form) N/A •The enemy's up special has increased power
•The enemy favors up specials
•The enemy falls slowly
Ground Theme - Super Mario Bros. (Melee)
  • Peach's yellow costume turns her parasol yellow, referencing Perry, a yellow-colored parasol Peach uses.
  • The stage references the side-scrolling platform level layouts in Super Princess Peach, the game in which Perry appears.
  • This spirit’s Floaty Jumps ability, Peach's favored Peach Parasol, and the battle conditions references Peach using Perry to glide and attack in Super Princess Peach.
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SSBU spirit Waluigi (Super Mario Strikers).png
Waluigi (Super Mario Strikers) North America
Waluigi (Mario Strikers) PAL
Luigi LuigiHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Grab
3,600 Wuhu Island (Swordplay Colosseum) •Item: Soccer Ball •Take your strongest team into this no-frills battle Country Field: Away Team
  • Luigi and Waluigi are both rivals, with Luigi's purple costume being based on Waluigi's color scheme.
  • The stage's Swordplay Colosseum layout and the Soccer Ball item references the soccer mechanic in the Mario Strikers series.
  • The music references both Mario Sports Superstars and Super Mario Strikers being sports games featuring soccer.
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SSBU spirit Petey Piranha (Super Mario Strikers).png
Petey Piranha (Super Mario Strikers) North America
Petey Piranha (Mario Strikers) PAL
•Giant Ivysaur IvysaurHeadRedSSBU.png
Grab
3,900 Wuhu Island (Swordplay Colosseum) •Item: Soccer Ball •The enemy is giant Country Field: Away Team
  • The Giant Ivysaur and Petey Piranha are both giant plant-themed creatures.
  • The stage's Swordplay Colosseum layout and the Soccer Ball item references the soccer mechanic in the Mario Strikers series.
  • The music references both Mario Sports Superstars and Super Mario Strikers being sports games featuring soccer.
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SSBU spirit MC Ballyhoo & Big Top.png
MC Ballyhoo & Big Top Mario MarioHeadBlueSSBU.png
Yoshi YoshiHeadBlueSSBU.png
Peach PeachHeadBlueSSBU.png
Luigi LuigiHeadCyanSSBU.png
Shield
1,600 Mario Circuit •Item Tidal Wave •Certain items will appear in large numbers after a little while Pandemonium Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Mario and the minions represent four of the playable main characters in Mario Party 8.
  • The stage references both Mario Kart and Mario Party being competitive Mario spin-off games.
  • The music references MC Ballyhoo & Big Top's appearance in the Mario Party series.
  • The battle conditions represent a typical game of Mario Party, with randomly-appearing items that are often used to turn the tides of the game.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Star Rod Equipped ability references both MC Ballyhoo’s microphone he is constantly seen carrying, and the goal of each Mario Party game to collect Stars.
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SSBU spirit Rabbid Peach.png
Rabbid Peach •Bunny Peach PeachHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Shield
4,500 3D Land •Item: Super Scope •Timed battle (1:30)
•The enemy tends to avoid conflict
•The enemy heals over time
Arcade Bunny's Theme
  • The Bunny Peach represents Rabbid Peach, a Rabbid dressed up like Princess Peach.
  • The stage likely references the level layouts of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
  • The music references the "bunny" theme of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
  • The Autoheal battle condition references Rabbid Peach's abilities to heal damage.
  • Peach starts off with a Super Scope, referencing the Blaster that Rabbid Peach carries around.
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SSBU spirit Rabbid Mario.png
Rabbid Mario •Bunny Mario MarioHeadStripedSSBU.png
Attack
3,400 3D Land •Item: Shooting Types •The enemy starts the battle with a Ray Gun Arcade Bunny's Theme
  • The Bunny Mario represents Rabbid Mario, a Rabbid dressed up like Mario.
  • The stage likely references the level layouts of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
  • The music references the "bunny" theme of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
  • Mario starting off with a Ray Gun and the Shooting Type items references Rabbid Mario's abilities of close-range attacks with Boomshot-type weapons.
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SSBU spirit Rabbid Kong.png
Rabbid Kong •Bunny Donkey Kong DonkeyKongHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Attack
1,700 3D Land N/A •The enemy's punches and elbow strikes have increased power Arcade Bunny's Theme
  • The Bunny Donkey Kong represents Rabbid Kong, a Rabbid who takes on Donkey Kong's physical traits in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
  • The stage likely references the level layouts of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
  • The music references the "bunny" theme of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
  • This spirit’s Attack type, Weight ↑ ability, and battle condition references Rabbid Kong being a strong, heavyweight boss who relies on close-ranged attacks.
132
SSBU spirit Mario (Mario Tennis Aces).png
Mario (Mario Tennis Aces) Mario MarioHeadStripedSSBU.png
Peach PeachHeadFireSSBU.png
Neutral
8,800 Wuhu Island
(Swordplay Colosseum)
•Assist Trophy Enemies (Color TV-Game 15) •Hostile assist trophies will appear
•The enemy favors smash attacks
Title Theme - Mario Tennis Aces Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Mario represents his appearance in Mario Tennis Aces.
  • The stage references the Kingdom of Bask and the day version of Marina Stadium found in Mario Tennis Aces.
  • The battle conditions references the doubles format of tennis with the frequent use of smash attacks representing the smashes of the sport.
  • The Color TV-Game 15 Assist Trophy enemy references the digital representation of tennis.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type and Critical Hit ↑ ability references the Special Shot, a special move used by each character in Mario Tennis Aces that can be used against the player's opponents.
133
SSBU spirit Luigi (Mario Tennis Aces).png
Luigi (Mario Tennis Aces) Luigi LuigiHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Daisy DaisyHeadGreenSSBU.png
Neutral
3,400 Pokémon Stadium 2 (hazards off) N/A •The enemy favors smash attacks Stadium Theme - Mario Tennis Aces
  • Luigi represents his appearance in Mario Tennis Aces.
  • This spirit's Weapon Attack ↑ ability and battle conditions references the doubles format of tennis with the frequent use of smash attacks representing the smashes of the sport.
  • The stage references the night version of Marina Stadium found in Mario Tennis Aces.
1,300
SSBU spirit Dice Block.png
Dice Block Mario MarioHeadStripedSSBU.png
Peach PeachHeadRedSSBU.png
Grab
1,900 Princess Peach's Castle •Item Tidal Wave •Items will be pulled toward the enemy
•Certain items will appear in large numbers
Pandemonium Spirit Battle trivia:
  • Mario and Peach's red-and-white costumes reference the Dice Block's red-and-white color scheme, with the Peach minion's blonde hair referencing the yellow coloration of the Dice Block's numbers.
  • The stage references Mario's Rainbow Castle, Mario's game board in the original Mario Party which is heavily based off of Super Mario 64, the game that Princess Peach's Castle debuted.
  • The music references the Dice Block's appearance in the Mario Party series.
  • The Crate items in the Item Tidal Wave rule represents the Dice Blocks in the Mario Party series which contain obtainable items.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type references how the Dice Block helps the player move a certain number of spaces on the game boards in the Mario Party series.
  • This spirit’s Improved Escape ability references how Dice Blocks can be used to help the player escape the negative effects of the Bowser Space on each game board.
1,301
SSBU spirit River Survival.png
River Survival Bowser BowserHeadRedSSBU.png
Kirby KirbyHeadOrangeSSBU.png
Yoshi YoshiHeadRedSSBU.png
Rosalina & Luma RosalinaHeadWhiteSSBU.png
Shield
5,500 Kongo Falls (Ω form) Bob-omb Festival
•Item Tidal Wave
•Item: Food
•Survive until the timer runs out (1:00)
•Bob-ombs will rain from the sky after a little while
Slide
  • The fighters represent the characters featured in this spirit's artwork, with the orange Kirby minion representing Goomba.
  • This spirit’s Falling Immunity ability, the stage, and battle conditions reference the River Survival game mode in Super Mario Party, in which players must paddle their raft down a river before the timer expires, all while playing minigames and avoiding obstacles along the way.
  • The music represents Super Mario 3D World's remix of the Slide theme from Super Mario 64 heard when riding Plessie in "Plessie's Plunging Falls", another river level.
1,302
SSBU spirit Golden Dash Mushroom.png
Golden Dash Mushroom •Gold Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 2122, Super Mushroom Hat, Standard Outfit, No Voice)
Attack
10,000 Figure-8 Circuit (Ω form) •Attack Power ↑
•Uncontrollable Speed
•Item: Mario Kart
•The enemy has super armor and is hard to launch or make flinch
•The enemy is very fast and can't stop quickly
•The enemy has increased attack power
Mario Circuit - Mario Kart 8 Spirit Battle trivia:
  • The Gold Mii Brawler's Super Mushroom Hat represents the Golden Dash Mushroom, commonly known as the Golden Mushroom in the Mario Kart series.
  • The stage, music, and Mario Kart Items reference how the Golden Mushroom appears as an item in the Mario Kart series.
  • The battle conditions likely references the Miracle Mushroom, Toad's special item in Mario Kart Arcade GP in which grants the user invincibility and the ability to knock over any rival karts it runs into.
  • The Uncontrollable Speed battle condition represents the Golden Mushroom giving the player an infinite number of speed boosts until its timer expires.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit’s Support type and Giant ability references the typical Mushroom's ability to make the player grow bigger and stronger in the Super Mario platformers.
1,321
SSBU spirit Peachette.png
Peachette Peach PeachHeadSSBU.png
Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 2121, Super Mushroom Hat, Yellow Toad Outfit, High Voice Type 7)
Luigi LuigiHeadSSBU.png
Mario MarioHeadSSBU.png
Shield
10,000 Mushroom Kingdom U (hazards off) •Easy to Launch
•Hazard: Low Gravity
•All fighters are easy to launch
•Timed battle (1:00)
•Gravity is reduced
Ground Theme - New Super Mario Bros. U
  • Peach represents Toadette's Super Crown form, Peachette in New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.
  • The minions represent the other playable characters of New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe which consists of Mario, Luigi, and Yellow Toad.
  • The stage and music represents Peachette's appearance in New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.
  • The Low Gravity hazard and the battle conditions references Peachette and the other characters' Super Leaf forms' floating abilities.
  • The timed battle condition references the set time limit of each level in the Super Mario Bros. platformers.
1,425
SSBU spirit Peach (Paper Mario The Origami King).png
Peach (Paper Mario: The Origami King) Peach PeachHeadSSBU.png
Grab
2,100 Peach's Castle (Battlefield form) •Assist Trophy Enemies (Chain Chomp)
•Item: Hammer
•Hostile assist trophies will appear Paper Mario Medley
  • Peach represents her paper counterpart after being folded and brainwashed in Paper Mario: The Origami King .
  • The stage represents Peach's Castle, which appears during the opening and endgame of The Origami King.
  • The Chain Chomp Assist Trophy references a Chain Chomp named Princess appearing in The Origami King.
  • The Hammer item likely references how Mario uses hammers in combat in the Paper Mario series.
1,426
SSBU spirit Olivia.png
Olivia Pikachu PikachuHeadSSBU.png
Mario MarioHeadSSBU.png
•Tiny Bowser BowserHeadSSBU.png
Shield
3,700 Paper Mario •Defense ↑
•Attack Power ↑
•Item: Bob-omb
•The enemy has increased attack power when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy has increased defense when the enemy's at high damage
•The enemy favors air attacks
•Reinforcements will appear after an enemy is KO'd
Battle! - Paper Mario: Color Splash
  • Pikachu's ears resembles Olivia's crown.
  • The Tiny Bowser minion references how Bowser remained folded into a smaller size in Paper Mario: The Origami King.
  • The Bob-omb items and the battle conditions references fighting against Mario and his allies he recruits in The Origami King, including the folded Bowser, an amnesiac Bob-omb Olivia nicknames Bobby, and Olivia herself.
  • The stage's layouts resemble various locations in Paper Mario: The Origami King, such as Overlook Mountain (represented by Hither Thither Hill), The Great Sea (represented by the S.S. Flavion), and Bowser's Castle.
  • Pikachu's favored aerial attacks reference how Oliva floats constantly.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Air Defense ↑ ability references how Oliva floats constantly.
1,427
SSBU spirit King Olly.png
King Olly Toon Link ToonLinkHeadPurpleSSBU.png
•Giant Metal Pac-Man Pac-ManHeadSSBU.png
Attack
9,700 Princess Peach's Castle (Ω form) N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy favors air attacks
•The enemy is metal
Attack and Run!
  • Toon Link and King Olly are both blonde characters whose younger sister appears in their respective debut games.
  • The Giant Metal Pac-Man minion represents the Stapler, King Olly's watchdog, with the minion's frequent dash attacks referencing the stapler's sporadic movements and bite attacks, as well as Pac-Man's classic form resembling the stapler's mouth.
  • The stage represents King Olly's takeover of Peach's Castle in Paper Mario: The Origami King.
  • Toon Link's favored aerial attacks references how King Olly, much like Olivia, floats constantly.
1,471
SSBU spirit Fury Bowser.png
Fury Bowser •Metal Bowser BowserHeadGreySSBU.png
Attack
13,800 Find Mii (Ω form) •Sudden Final Smash
•Curry-Filled
•The enemy will suddenly have a Final Smash after a little while
•The enemy breathes fire after a little while
•The enemy is metal
•The enemy is giant
King Bowser - Super Mario Bros. 3
  • The Giant Metal Bowser represents his appearance as Fury Bowser in Bowser's Fury.
  • The stage references Lake Lapcat's dark and stormy appearance when Fury Bowser is active. It could also represent the Wasteland Giga Bell sector of Lake Lapcat, which features rocky mountains and lava.
  • The music is used as the final boss theme of Super Mario Bros. 3, referencing how Fury Bowser is the final boss of Bowser's Fury.
  • The Sudden Final Smash rule references both Giga Bowser and Fury Bowser being larger, more powerful forms of Bowser.
  • The Curry-Filled rule, and Bowser's frequent Fire Breath reference Fury Bowser's ability to breathe large beams of fire.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Attack type and Fire Attack ↑ ability reference Fury Bowser's ability to breathe large beams of fire.
1,472
SSBU spirit Giga Cat Mario.png
Giga Cat Mario •Giant Mii Brawler MiiBrawlerHeadSSBU.png (Moveset 2232, Cat Hat, Cat Suit)
Bowser Jr. BowserJrHeadSSBU.png
Shield
3,900 Find Mii (Ω form) N/A •Defeat the main fighter to win
•The enemy is giant
The Great Tower Showdown 2
  • The Giant Mii Brawler's Cat Suit represents Giga Cat Mario, the giant cat form Mario takes on when collecting the Giga Bell in Bowser's Fury.
  • The Bowser Jr. minion references his role as Mario's ally in Bowser's Fury.
  • The stage represents Lake Lapcat's dark and stormy appearance when Fury Bowser is active. It could also represent the Wasteland Giga Bell sector of Lake Lapcat, which features rocky mountains and lava.
  • The music references the final battles of both Super Mario 3D World and Bowser's Fury featuring a final boss battle against a giant form of Bowser. Coincidentally, both games were released in tandem with the Nintendo Switch port of Super Mario 3D World.
1,473
SSBU spirit Kittens.png
Kittens •Tail Kirby Team KirbyHeadYellowSSBU.pngKirbyHeadBlueSSBU.pngKirbyHeadRedSSBU.pngKirbyHeadGreenSSBU.pngKirbyHeadPurpleSSBU.png
Grab
1,900 Delfino Plaza (Large Island) •Item: Balls •The enemy has increased move speed and reduced weight
•Defeat an army of fighters
Main Theme - Super Mario 64
  • The Kirby Team represents the Kittens, the main inhabitants of Lake Lapcat, with the number of Kirbies and their colorations referencing the Kittens in this spirit's artwork.
  • The Tail Kirbies reference how the Tail transformations resemble the ears and tail of a cat.
  • The stage references how Lake Lapcat and Delfino Plaza are both the main setting of their respective Mario games that take place on islands featuring large bodies of water.
  • The stage and music references Bowser's Fury, Super Mario 64, and Super Mario Sunshine being Mario games which features the goal to collect enough main collectibles (i.e. Super Stars, Shine Sprites, and Cat Shines).
  • The Balls items references the Kittens' tendency to play with baseballs in Bowser's Fury.
  • The first battle condition references how the Kittens can be carried and thrown.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Grab battle type, Lightweight ability reference how the Kittens can be carried and thrown.

Series Order[edit]

Number Name Series
1 Mario Super Mario Series
2 Builder Mario Super Mario Maker Series
3 Mario (Wedding) Super Mario Series
4 Luigi
5 Peach
6 Daisy
7 Bowser
8 Dr. Mario Dr. Mario Series
9 Rosalina Super Mario Series
10 Bowser Jr.
11 Iggy
12 Wendy
13 Lemmy
14 Roy (Super Mario Bros.)
15 Larry
16 Ludwig
17 Morton
18 Super Mushroom
19 Fire Flower
20 Super Star
21 Metal Mario
22 Boo Mario
23 Rock Mario
24 Gold Mario
25 Fox Luigi
26 Flying Squirrel Toad
27 Baby Peach
28 Cat Princess Peach
29 Peach (Wedding)
30 Bowser (Wedding)
31 Toad
32 Captain Toad Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Series
33 Toadette
34 Toadsworth Super Mario Series
35 Waluigi
36 Goomba
37 Koopa Troopa
38 Hammer Bro
39 Lakitu & Spiny
40 Blooper
41 Bullet Bill
42 Banzai Bill
43 Shy Guy
44 Pidgit
45 Birdo
46 Mouser
47 Wart
48 Boo
49 King Boo Luigi's Mansion Series
50 Bob-omb Super Mario Series
51 Chain Chomp
52 Thwomp
53 Nipper Plant
54 Petey Piranha
55 Boom Boom
56 Boom Boom & Pom Pom
57 Tatanga Super Mario Land Series
58 Hothead Super Mario Series
59 Chargin' Chuck
60 Wiggler
61 Kamek
62 Mechakoopa
63 Dry Bowser
64 Nabbit
65 Big Urchin
66 King Bob-omb
67 Shine Sprite
68 F.L.U.D.D.
69 Piantas
70 Shadow Mario
71 Luma
72 Hungry Luma
73 Honey Queen
74 Lubba
75 Starship Mario
76 Sprixie Princesses
77 Plessie
78 Cappy
79 Pauline
80 The Odyssey
81 Goo-Goo Buggy Mario Kart Series
82 Barrel Train
83 Bloom Coach
84 Turbo Yoshi
85 B Dasher
86 Standard Kart
87 Standard Bike
88 Cheep Charger
89 Mach 8
90 Biddybuggy North America
Buggybud PAL
91 Badwagon
92 City Tripper
93 Master Cycle
94 Paper Mario Paper Mario Series
95 Paper Bowser
96 Paper Bowser (Paper Mario: Sticker Star)
97 Kammy Koopa
98 Vivian
99 Shadow Queen
100 Mr. L
101 Dimentio
102 Huey
103 Mallow Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
104 Geno
105 Prince Peasley Mario & Luigi Series
106 Fawful
107 Princess Shroob
108 Starlow
109 Broque Monsieur
110 Dreambert
111 Antasma
112 Papercraft Mario
113 Sidestepper Mario Bros. Series
114 Freezie
115 Eggplant Man Wrecking Crew Series
116 Viruses Dr. Mario Series
117 Flies & Hand Mario Paint Series
118 Wanda Super Mario Series
119 Kid Mario Golf Series
120 Professor Elvin Gadd Luigi's Mansion Series
121 Poltergust 5000
122 Polterpup
123 Perry Super Princess Peach
124 Waluigi (Super Mario Strikers) North America
Waluigi (Mario Strikers) PAL
Super Mario Strikers Series North America
Mario Strikers Series PAL
125 Petey Piranha (Super Mario Strikers) North America
Petey Piranha (Mario Strikers) PAL
126 Mini Mario Mario vs. Donkey Kong Series
127 Mini Mario & Hammers
128 MC Ballyhoo & Big Top Mario Party Series
129 Rabbid Peach Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
130 Rabbid Mario
131 Rabbid Kong
132 Mario (Mario Tennis Aces) Mario Tennis Aces
133 Luigi (Mario Tennis Aces)
1,300 Dice Block Super Mario Series
1,301 River Survival
1,302 Golden Dash Mushroom
1,303 Piranha Plant
1,321 Peachette
1,425 Peach (Paper Mario: The Origami King) Paper Mario Series
1,426 Olivia
1,427 King Olly
1,471 Fury Bowser Super Mario Series
1,472 Giga Cat Mario
1,473 Kittens

Trivia[edit]

  • None of the Mario spirit battles currently feature Dr. Mario or Piranha Plant as puppet fighters, making the Mario series one of three playable universes to not feature all playable characters from the series in their spirit battles, with the other two being Final Fantasy and Fatal Fury.
  • Prior to the 1.1.0 update, King Boo was ordered between Poltergust 5000 and Polterpup rather than being ordered right after Boo.
    • Additionally, the ordering of Antasma and Papercraft Mario was swapped.
  • Not counting the Mario sub-universes, Link (in the Master Cycle) is the only character to be included with another series’ spirits other than their own.
    • It also marks the first time his Skyward Sword design is ever directly referenced in Smash, due to this version of him being the basis for him in Mario Kart 8.
  • The Golden Dash Mushroom, Dice Block, and River Survival spirits were the first Downloadable content spirits tied to a limited-time event on the Spirit Board, and also the first DLC spirits available without the requirement of an additional game, as the Partner Eevee and Partner Pikachu spirits originally required save data of Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!/Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! on the Nintendo Switch.
  • Although the name of the Golden Dash Mushroom spirit originates from Mario Party: Island Tour, its spirit battle and artwork are derived from the Mario Kart series, where the item is generally referred to as the Golden Mushroom. However, the item has been referred to as the Golden Dash Mushroom in Europe as of Mario Kart 7.
    • The Golden Dash Mushroom spirit's series is generically listed as the “Super Mario Series” instead of the two series mentioned above.
    • The Golden Dash Mushroom spirit's effect is dissimilar to its effect in either series; it turns the player giant, making it closer to the Mega Mushroom.
  • Barrel Train is the only Mario Kart spirit not to be fought on either Figure-8 Circuit or Mario Circuit.
  • The Flies and Hand spirit is listed as part of the "Mario Paint Series", although Mario Paint does not have any sequels (excluding the Satellaview re-releases Mario Paint BS Ban and Mario Paint Yuushou Naizou Ban). Super Mario Maker takes many elements from Paint, including the Flies and Hand, and began development as a sequel, but is not considered as such.
    • There is, however, a set of Mario Paint spiritual successors called Mario Artist on the Nintendo 64DD, but the 4 released installments of the series do not feature the Flies and Hand in any form either.
  • Similarly, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is considered a "Series", despite only being a singular game outside of re-releases.
  • The Flies and Hand spirit is also the only Mario spirit to use a render made specifically for Ultimate.
  • Despite the Dice Block and River Survival originating from Mario Party series, their spirits' series is listed as the "Super Mario Series". This is despite the MC Ballyhoo & Big Top spirit's series being listed as the "Mario Party Series".
  • Spirits of Waluigi, Baby Peach and Wanda are generically listed as the "Super Mario Series", despite not debuting in a mainline Super Mario game outside of cameos.
  • Rabbid Kong's spirit actually depicts a corrupted, alternate form named Mega Rabbid Kong, appearing only in the Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: Donkey Kong Adventure expansion DLC.
  • Mario Tennis Aces was singled out rather than summarized as Mario Tennis series like any other series.
  • Despite appearing dynamically in the New Donk City Hall stage, the four musicians of the New Donk City Band do not appear as spirits. Similarly, the Shellcreepers from Mario Bros. and the Buzzy Beetles from Mushroom Kingdom do not appear as spirits either.
  • Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, EarthBound, Ice Climber and Pac-Man are the only series represented by a fighter to use in-game sprite art for their spirits.
  • Metal Mario, Eggplant Man, Rabbid Peach, Rabbid Mario, and Rabbid Kong are the only Mario spirits whose spirit battles do not play music from the Mario universe.
  • Super Mario currently features the most amount of new spirits added through spirit events, with 10.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Metal Mario, the character, was first introduced in Super Smash Bros. and would become a recurring character in the Mario Kart series. However, the name Metal Mario was first used for the form Mario takes when equipping the Metal Cap, this Metal Mario was first introduced in Super Mario 64