Spear Pillar consists of an upper solid platform with two overhanging soft platforms at the sides, which move up and down almost constantly, and a cave in the lower part.
After a short while from the beginning of a match, Dialga, Palkia, or Cresselia will show up in the background of the stage. Which Pokémon will appear is determined by the tint of the stage. If it is tinted blue, Dialga or Cresselia will appear. If it is tinted purple, Palkia will appear. The Pokémon will perform different attacks when they appear:
In Ultimate, the tint of the background no longer matters; any pokemon can appear in a single match.
Dialga and Palkia
After a while, the legendary Pokémon will vanish in a puff of smoke, leaving the fight to continue normally for a short time. Soon enough, it will return exactly the same as before. Only one Pokémon can appear per match.
Ω form and Battlefield form
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the design of the main platform of the Ω form and Battlefield form is based on the top portion of the normal form, and it is resized and reshaped to match Final Destination and Battlefield, respectively. The three soft platforms of the Battlefield form are based on the soft platforms of the normal form. Pokémon also do not affect these forms.
This stage is based on Spear Pillar from Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, which is situated at the peak of Mt. Coronet, where the two legendary Pokémon Palkia and Dialga are located. Team Galactic, a criminal organization which operates in Sinnoh, travels to Spear Pillar and awaken Dialga/Palkia, bound by a crystalline Red Chain created from the lake guardians (Uxie, Mesprit and Azelf) in order to destroy the world and create a new universe where Cyrus, the Galactic Boss, is deity and king. The player character travels up to Spear Pillar, where they impede Team Galactic's plan to control the legendary Pokémon by defeating their boss. Upon defeat, Team Galactic retreats and the player has the chance to defeat or capture Dialga/Palkia. High above the Spear Pillar is the Hall of Origin, where the omnipotent mythical Pokémon Arceus resides.
This stage is universally banned in mainstream tournaments due to the highly disruptive effect of the Pokémon's attacks - especially Palkia's which alter the players' controls - which activate randomly and suddenly. The bottom cavern of the stage also acts as a large cave of life, prolonging matches and promoting stalling. The overall stage design with the separated top and bottom areas can allow for circle camping as well.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
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