The Mii tosses a shot, a black iron ball resembling a cannonball, into the air. It is the only projectile move available to Mii Brawler, but this is made up for by the fact that it is a powerful tool for them. The Shot Put deals 15% damage to anyone it touches before hitting the ground, 11% after the first bounce, and 8% after the second, at which point the shot loses momentum and quickly disappears. The shot cannot be destroyed or negated. Its arced trajectory and quick falling speed can also allow the user to edgeguard while staying on the stage, though this is somewhat countered by the shot's high, mostly vertical knockback.
In Ultimate, the move boasts less endlag, and the projectile now deals more damage while bouncing, but is smaller. The knockback of the strong hit is more horizontal than in 4, making it better at edgeguarding, and the hitstun it deals even with its late hits allow Mii Brawler to combo out of a landing Shot Put. However, its awkward arc and high lag when thrown make it difficult to use as a standard projectile, with only the ability to drift while throwing one in the air allowing for defensive or offensive use. Also, the later bouncing hits deal little to no knockback despite their hitstun, meaning only the first hit can KO at realistic percentages.
Special Move customization was added in Super Smash Bros. 4. These are the variations:
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