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The following content are media from the Pokémon universe that appeared throughout the Super Smash Bros. franchise. The latest games represented in this universe are Pokémon Sword and Shield, both released on November 15, 2019.

Media with elements appearing in the Super Smash Bros. series[edit]

Pokémon Red and Green (JP) / Pokémon Red and Blue (EN)[edit]

  • Playable Characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Pikachu and Jigglypuff debuted in these games and have been playable in all Super Smash Bros. titles.
    • Super Smash Bros. Quick Attack and Thunder, moves used by Pikachu, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Pound, Rest and Sing, moves used by Jiggypuff, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Mewtwo, one of the Legendary Pokémon from these games, has been playable in Melee, Smash 4 and Ultimate.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Pikachu has an alternate costume in which it wears a hat based on Red, the main protagonist from these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Jigglypuff has an alternate costume in which it wears a headband reminiscent of the Blackbelt Trainer class which debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Pichu has an alternate costume in which it wears goggles reminiscent of the Swimmer Trainer class which debuted in these games. Pikachu later adopts these goggles in Brawl and Smash 4 before they are returned to Pichu in Ultimate.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Skull Bash, a move used by both Pikachu and Pichu, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Agility, a move used by Pichu, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Confusion, Teleport and Disable, moves used by Mewtwo, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl The male Pokémon Trainer debuted in these games (though he is shown using his design from FireRed and LeafGreen). The Pokémon he controls, Squirtle, Ivysaur and Charizard, also debuted in these games. Though Charizard has appeared in every game since Brawl, the others were absent in Smash 4.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Jigglypuff has an alternate costume resembling the Bug Catcher Trainer class, which debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Squirtle and Charizard have alternate costumes resembling Wartortle and Charmeleon respectively, who debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl The Pokémon Trainers Final Smash uses the 'It's super effective' text.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Double Team, a move used by Lucario, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Water Gun, Withdraw, Waterfall and Hydro Pump, moves used by Squirtle, originated in these games. Vine Whip, Razor Leaf and Solar Beam, moves used by Ivysaur, originated in these games. Flamethrower, Fly and Fire Blast, moves used by Charizard, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Charizard has alternate costumes resembling Charmeleon, Aerodactyl and Zubat/Golbat, who all debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Hydro Pump and Substitute, moves used by Greninja, originated in these games. Also, Double Team is used during one of Greninja's victory poses.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Thunder Wave and Thunder Shock, custom special variants of Pikachu's Thunder Jolt, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Headbutt, a custom special variant of Charizard's Rock Smash, originated in these games.
  • Stages:
    • Super Smash Bros. Saffron City, one of the largest cities in the Kanto region, appears as a stage in Smash 64 and Ultimate.
  • Stage elements:
  • Items:
    • Super Smash Bros. Poké Balls first appeared as the basic capturing device.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 The Master Ball First appeared as a one of a kind reward.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Substitute Doll and Snorlax appear as items in Smash Tour.
  • Poké Ball summons:
  • Enemies:
  • Trophies:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Bulbasaur, Venusaur, Charizard, Squirtle, Blastoise, Clefairy, Meowth, Poliwhirl, Electrode, Weezing, Chansey, Goldeen, Staryu, Ditto, Eevee, Snorlax, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Mew, Misty, Poké Ball and Professor Oak appear as trophies.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Bulbasaur, Charmander, Cubone, Dugtrio, Electrode, Goldeen, Gyarados, Meowth, Mew, Mewtwo, Moltres, Snorlax and Staryu.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Meowth, Electrode, Goldeen, Staryu, Eevee, Snorlax, Moltres, Mew and Master Ball.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Gastly, Magnemite, Zapdos, Hitmonlee and Articuno.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Blastoise, Dragonite and Substitute Doll.
  • Stickers:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Electrode, Goldeen, Meowth, Mew, Moltres, Snorlax and Staryu appear as stickers.
  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Venusaur, Charmander, Blastoise, Metapod, Pidgey, Arbok, Sandshrew, Clefairy, Vulpix, Dugtrio, Meowth, Psyduck, Arcanine, Abra, Machamp, Geodude, Rapidash, Slowpoke, Magneton, Farfetch'd, Gengar, Electrode, Cubone, Hitmonlee, Weezing, Chansey, Kangaskhan, Goldeen, Staryu, Pinsir, Tauros, Gyarados, Lapras, Ditto, Eevee, Porygon, Articuno/Zapdos/Moltres, Dragonite and Mew appear as spirits.
  • Music:

Pokémon Trading Card Game[edit]

  • Playable characters:
  • Misc:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee In the Beta for Melee the elemental symbols used by the Trading Card Game were used in Pokémon Stadium to represent the different transitions.

Pokémon (anime)[edit]

Notably, this is the first time media outside of video games is represented in Smash.

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. The concept of Pokémon speaking by saying their names, or sometimes speaking full sentences via telepathy, was first seen in the anime adaptation.
    • Super Smash Bros. A majority of the Pokémon appearing throughout the series have their voice actors of the anime reprise the role of their respective Pokémon in Smash.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Pichu receives damage from its own electrical attacks, behavior only exhibited in the Pikachu & Pichu Pikachu short in Pokémon 3: The Movie .
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Lucario first appeared in the movie Lucario and the Mystery of Mew ; this is also what the Lucario in Smash takes inspiration from.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Secret Ninja Attack has Greninja transform into Ash-Greninja, which first appeared as a transformation unique to Ash's Greninja in the anime, later appearing in Pokémon Sun and Moon.
  • Stages:
    • Super Smash Bros. The background of the Saffron City stage takes inspiration from the anime rather than the games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pokémon Trainer's English Boxing Ring title originates from the English dub's first theme song.
  • Poké Ball summons:
    • Super Smash Bros. Goldeen's usage of Splash is based on Misty's Goldeen from the anime, being the only instance of a Goldeen using the move.
  • Trophies:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Misty and Professor Oak originate from the games, but their trophies use the designs of their anime counterparts.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Meowth's Melee Trophy is based off of one of the anime endings, Meowth's Party.
  • Misc:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pikachu's Classic Mode route in Ultimate is named after Ash Ketchum's catchphrase from the anime.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee The name for the "Rocket KO" bonus in Melee, awarded for Star KO-ing all members of an enemy team, is based on a recurring gag in the anime, where the Team Rocket trio is seen "blasting off again" upon defeat in a similar fashion to being Star KO'd.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Ash and the Pokémon first English dub theme song are mentioned in Pokémon Trainer's Smash 4 trophy.

Pokémon: The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Mewtwo takes inspiration from its portrayal in this movie, including using Shadow Ball as its primary attack. It speaks in its Japanese voice from the movie.

Pokémon Stadium (JPN)[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Pikachu has two alternate costumes based on two colors of nicknamed Pikachu from this game.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Mewtwo has two alternate costumes based on two colors of Mewtwo from this game.
  • Stages:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Pokémon Stadium, which appears in Melee, Brawl and Ultimate, was inspired by this game.
  • Stage elements:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee The models used for the titular floats in Poké Floats were ripped straight from this game and its sequels.

Pokémon Yellow[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Squirtle's blue alternate costume is reminiscent of its battle sprite from this game.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Ivysaur's green alternate costume is reminiscent of its battle sprite from this game.

Pokémon Snap[edit]

Pokémon Stadium (EN) / Pokémon Stadium 2 (JPN)[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Jigglypuff has two alternate costumes based on two colors of nicknamed Jigglypuff from this game.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Jigglypuff's deflating taunt is based on its defeat animation from this game.
  • Stages:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Pokémon Stadium 2, which appears in Brawl, Smash for Wii U and Ultimate was inspired by this game and named after the Japanese release's name.

Pokémon the Movie 2000: The Power of One[edit]

  • Poké Ball summons
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Lugia was initially created for this film and makes its debut here.[1]

Pokémon Gold and Silver[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Pichu, a playable fighter in Melee and Ultimate, made its debut in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Mewtwo has an alternate costume mostly resembling its Shiny coloration, which debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Rollout, a move used by Jigglypuff, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Shadow Ball, a move used by Mewtwo, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Squirtle and Ivysaur have an alternate costume resembling its Shiny coloration, and Charizard has an alternate costume resembling the Shiny colorations of its pre-evolved forms, all of which debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Extreme Speed, a move used by Lucario, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Rock Smash, a move used by Charizard, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Pikachu has an alternate costume resembling its Shiny coloration, which debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Charizard has an alternate costume resembling its Shiny coloration, which debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pichu has an alternate costume in which it wears a Focus Band, an item which debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The male Pokémon Trainer has an alternate costume resembling Ethan, the male protagonist from these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Squirtle and Ivysaur have alternate costumes resembling their in-game battle sprites from these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Cross Chop, a move used by Incineroar, originated in these games.
  • Stages:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee While no stage from these games has appeared in a Super Smash Bros. game, a stage based on Sprout Tower, which debuted in these games, was planned to appear in Melee.
  • Stage elements:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Chikorita, Wooper, Sudowoodo, Wobbuffet and Unown appear as Poké Floats on the titular stage.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Hoppip and Skarmory appear as background stage elements on the Flying transformation of Pokémon Stadium 2
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Scizor and Ho-Oh appear as stage elements on Kalos Pokémon League during the Steel and Fire transformations respectively.
  • Poké Ball summons:
  • Trophies:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, Crobat, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Togepi, Bellossom, Marill, Sudowoodo, Unown, Wobbuffet, Steelix, Scizor, Heracross, Porygon2, Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Lugia, Ho-Oh and Celebi appear as trophies.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Hoppip and Pichu, Skarmory appear as trophies.
  • Stickers:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Bellossom, Celebi, Chikorita, Entei, Ho-Oh, Lugia, Suicune, Togepi and Wobbuffet appear as stickers.
  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Chikorita, Togepi, Ampharos, Marill, Sudowoodo, Wooper, Unown, Wobbuffet, Steelix, Scizor, Heracross, Skarmory, Houndoom, Smeargle, Miltank, Raikou/Entei/Suicune, Tyranitar, Lugia, Ho-Oh and Celebi appear as spirits.
  • Music:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee "Pokémon Gold / Pokémon Silver Medley": A medley of different tracks from Gold and Silver including "Battle! (Wild Pokémon)", "Battle! (Gym Leader / Johto Elite Four)", and "Battle! (Champion / Red)".

Pokémon Stadium 2 (EN) / Pokémon Stadium Gold and Silver (JPN)[edit]

  • Stage elements:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee Poké Floats had the models for the floats taken from this game and its predecessors.
  • Poké Ball summons:
    • Super Smash Bros. Melee All Poké Ball Pokemon models in Melee are reused from this game.

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Though no playable character from these games appears, there is a hypothesis that Plusle and Minun were originally planned to be playable characters, according to scrapped data in Brawl.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Jigglypuff has an alternate costume in which it wears a hibiscus reminiscent of the hibiscus worn by Phoebe, a member of the Elite Four in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Volt Tackle, Pikachu's Final Smash, originated in these games.
      • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pichu also has this move as its Final Smash.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Bullet Seed, a move used by Ivysaur, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Pikachu has an alternate costume in which it wears a Choice Band, an item that debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Hyper Voice, a custom special variant of Jigglypuff's Sing, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Blast Burn, a custom special variant of Charizard's Flare Blitz, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pichu has an alternate costume in which it wears a Team Aqua bandana, first worn by the Team Aqua members who debuted in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Revenge, a move used by Incineroar, originated in these games.
  • Stage elements:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Snorunt appears on Pokémon Stadium 2, during the Ice transformation.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Milotic appears on Unova Pokémon League.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U On Kalos Pokémon League, Wailord appears during the Water transformation, Blaziken appears during the Fire transformation, Registeel appears during the Steel transformation and Rayquaza appears during the Dragon transformation.
  • Items:
  • Poké Ball summons:
  • Bosses:
  • Trophies:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Blaziken, Deoxys, Gardevoir, Groudon, Gulpin, Jirachi, Kyogre, Latios & Latios, Metagross, Mudkip, Plusle & Minun, Rayquaza, Snorunt, Torchic and Treecko appear as trophies.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Milotic appear as trophies.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Wailord and Registeel appear as trophies.
  • Stickers:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Deoxys, Gardevoir, Groudon, Gulpin, Jirachi, Kyogre, Latias & Latios, Metagross, Rayquaza and Torchic appear as stickers.
  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Blaziken, Gardevoir, Shedinja, Flygon, Milotic, Absol, Salamence, Metagross, Latias & Latios, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jirachi and Deoxys appear as spirits.
  • Music:

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl The male Pokémon Trainer's design is based on Red's design from these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl The Pokémon Trainer has an alternate costume in which his clothes have a similar coloration to Leaf, the female protagonist from these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Jigglypuff has an alternate costume in which it wears the same hat that Leaf wears.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Leaf appears as an alternate costume for the Pokémon Trainer, with her being playable every even numbered costume.

Pokémon Emerald[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Pikachu has an alternate costume in which it wears the same headband worn by Brendan, the male protagonist from this game.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl The Pokémon Trainer has an alternate costume in which his clothes resemble those worn by Brendan.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The female Pokémon Trainer has an alternate costume in which her clothes resemble those worn by May, the female protagonist from this game.

Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Lucario's voice and ability to speak human language telepathically is taken from this movie.

Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Mewtwo has an alternate costume whose color scheme matches Shadow Lugia, the main Pokémon from this game.

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl[edit]

  • Playable Characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Lucario, who debuted in these games, is a playable character in Brawl, Smash 4 and Ultimate.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Aura Sphere and Force Palm, moves used by Lucario, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Flare Blitz, a move used by Charizard, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Shadow Sneak, a move used by Greninja, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Fire Fang and Dragon Rush, custom special variants of Charizard's Flamethrower and Flare Blitz respectively, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The male Pokémon Trainer has an alternate costume in which he wears clothes resembling Lucas, the male protagonist from these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Incineroar has an alternate costume resembling Infernape, who debuted in these games.
  • Stages:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Spear Pillar, a core setting in these games, appears as a playable stage in Brawl and Ultimate.
  • Stage elements:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Dialga, Palkia and Cresselia appear as major stage elements on Spear Pillar, while Uxie, Mesprit and Azelf appear in the background of the aforementioned stage.
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl On Pokémon Stadium 2, Electivire and Magnezone appear during the Electric transformation, Snover appears during the Ice transformation and Drifloon appears during the Flying transformation.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Shaymin appears on Unova Pokémon League.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U On Kalos Pokémon League, Garchomp appears during the Dragon transformation, Piplup and Manaphy appear during the Water transformation and Infernape appears during the Fire transformation.
  • Items:
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Darkrai appears as an item in Smash Tour.
  • Poké Ball summons:
  • Trophies:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Azelf, Bonsly, Buneary, Chimchar, Cresselia, Darkrai, Dialga, Drifloon, Electivire, Glaceon/Leafeon, Magnezone, Manaphy, Mesprit, Munchlax, Palkia, Piplup, Riolu, Snover, Starly, Turtwig, Uxie and Weavile.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Abomasnow, Giratina and Arceus appear as trophies.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Porygon-Z and Shaymin appear as trophies.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Infernape and Garchomp appear as trophies.
  • Stickers:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl Bonsly, Manaphy, Munchlax, Piplup and Weavile appear as stickers.
  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Piplup, Garchomp, Abomasnow, Rotom, Uxie/Mesprit/Azelf, Dialga, Palkia, Regigigas, Giratina (Altered Forme), Cresselia, Phione, Darkrai, Shaymin (Land Forme) and Arceus appear as spirits.
  • Music:

Pokémon Battle Revolution[edit]

  • Poké Ball summons:
    • Super Smash Bros. Brawl All Poké Ball Pokémon models are reused from this game.

Pokémon Platinum[edit]

  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Giratina (Origin Forme) and Shaymin (Sky Forme) appear as spirits.

Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Spiky-eared Pichu first appeared in this film as a promotional cameo for HeartGold and SoulSilver.

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Pikachu has an alternate costume in which it wears the hat that Ethan, the male protagonist from these games, wears.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pichu has an alternate costume resembling Spiky-eared Pichu, who made its video game debut in these games.

Pokémon Black and White[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The female Pokémon Trainer features an alternate costume based on Hilda, the female protagonist from these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Psystrike, Mewtwo's Final Smash, originated in these games.
  • Stages:
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Unova Pokémon League appears as a stage in the 3DS version of Smash 4 and Ultimate, with N's Castle from the finale of Black and White rising up in the background.
  • Stage elements:
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Reshiram, Zekrom and Whimsicott appear as background characters on Unova Pokémon League.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U On Kalos Pokémon League, Hydreigon and Axew appear during the Dragon transformation, Tepig appears during the Fire transformation and Klinklang appears during the Steel transformation.
  • Poké Ball summons:
  • Enemies:
  • Trophies:
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Victini, Snivy, Oshawott, Zoroark, Kyurem, Keldeo, Meloetta and Genesect appear as trophies.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Petilil, Chandelure, Croyogonal, Whimsicott, Emolga, Reshiram, Zekrom and Audino appear as trophies.
  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Victini, Oshawott, Zoroark, Chandelure, Hydreigon, Cobalion/Terrakion/Virizion, Tornadus, Thundurus, Reshiram, Zekrom, Kyurem, Keldeo, Meloetta (Aria Forme) and Genesect appear as spirits.
  • Music:

Pokémon Black and White 2[edit]

Pokémon X and Y[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Greninja is a playable character in Smash 4 and Ultimate.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Pikachu has an alternate costume resembling its appearance in these games. This same alternate costume also features Pikachu wearing a hat and glasses reminiscent of the Red Outdoors Cap and Wide-Frame Glasses, which are worn by Calem, the male protagonist from these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Jigglypuff has an alternate costume in which it wears a hat reminiscent of the one worn by Nurse Joy in these games. Jigglypuff has another alternate costume in which it wears a cap and glasses reminiscent of the Red Felt Hat and Wide-Frame Glasses worn by Serena, the female protagonist from these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Water Shuriken, a move used by Greninja, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Mat Block, a move used by Greninja to initiate Secret Ninja Attack, originated in these games.
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Lucario, Mewtwo and Charizard are capable of Mega Evolution during their Final Smash, with Lucario's and Mewtwo's returning in Ultimate.
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The male Pokémon Trainer has an alternate costume resembling Calem with tanned skin.
  • Stages:
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Prism Tower, the central city in Kalos, is a playable stage in the 3DS version of Smash 4 and Ultimate.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Kalos Pokémon League appears as a playable stage in the Wii U version of Smash 4 and Ultimate.
  • Stage elements:
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Helioptile and Yveltal appear as background characters on Prism Tower.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U On Kalos Pokémon League, Pyroar appears during the Fire transformation, Honedge appears during the Steel transformation and Clawitzer appears during the Water transformation.
  • Poké Ball summons:
  • Trophies:
    • Super Smash Bros. 4 Chespin, Fennekin, Fletchling, Spewpa, Gogoat, Swirlix, Inkay, Dedenne, Xerneas, Mega Blastoise, Mega Venusaur, and Sylveon appear as trophies.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Helioptile, Yveltal, Pokémon Trainer (Pokémon X & Y) and Professor Sycamore appear as trophies.
    • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Pyroar, Honedge, Clawitzer, Mega Kangaskhan, Mega Mewtwo X & Y and Mega Blaziken appear as trophies.
  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Chespin, Aegislash, Inkay, Dedenne, Xerneas, Yveltal, Zygarde (50% Forme), Diancie, Hoopa (Confined), Volcanion, Mega Charizard X, Mega Kangaskhan, Mega Mewtwo Y and Mega Lucario appear as spirits.
  • Music:

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pikachu has an alternate costume based on Pikachu Libre, who debuted in these games.
  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pikachu Libre, Primal Kyogre, Primal Groudon, Mega Diancie and Hoopa (Unbound) appear as spirits.
  • Music:

Pokémon Sun and Moon[edit]

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon[edit]

  • Playable characters:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pokémon Trainer has an alternate costume based on Selene's design from these games.
  • Poké Ball summons:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Mimikyu's attack, Let's Snuggle Forever, is exclusive to these versions of the game.

Detective Pikachu – Birth of a New Duo[edit]

  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Detective Pikachu appears as a spirit.

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee![edit]

  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Partner Pikachu and Partner Eevee appear as spirits. They were available in a post-launch update and can be automatically obtained by having their corresponding game on the same Nintendo Switch as Ultimate.

Pokémon Sword and Shield[edit]

  • Spirits:
    • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Grookey, Scorbunny, & Sobble, Corviknight, Morpeko, Zacian & Zamazenta appear as spirits as of the version 6.1.0 update.