Stampede! in Ultimate.
|Article on Super Mario Wiki||Stampede (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door)|
Yoshi rears back and dashes straight forward. If the dash connects with an opponent, Yoshi will headbutt them and a cutscene will initiate where the opponent appears in a lying position in a deserted, rocky gorge. The ground starts to shake as an army of giant multicolored Yoshis appear in the distance, running towards the prone opponents. The Yoshis emerge as they trample the opponent.
Unlike other Final Smashes that catch foes in a cutscene, Yoshi will stop and attack only the first opponent he comes into contact with. If other opponents happen to be hit by the headbutt, they will be trapped as well, but only up to a maximum of three total foes in the attack. The dash deals 1% while the headbutt deals 4%. During the stampede cutscene, it is intended to deal 30% over 70 frames (resulting in 0.428571% per frame), however an additional frame occurs and causes the total to be 30.428571%. The ending hit deals an additional 13% damage. In total, the damage dealt adds up to 48.428571%. The cutscene portion of Stampede! is not affected by any form of damage modifier, including stale-move negation, and the 1v1 multiplier. As a result, during a 1v1 match, the Final Smash will only deal up to 52.02857142% damage.
|Move List||Yoshi knocks down opponents with a tackle. Then, Yoshis of various colors appear and send the opponent flying! The first tackle can affect up to three opponents, but be sure not to KO yourself if you miss everyone.|
Stampede is also an attack used by Mini-Yoshi in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. It calls a massive herd of Yoshis that rush across the battlefield, dealing multiple hits of low damage each to all enemies. However, The Thousand-Year Door came out after Melee, so it's possible that the move as it appears in that game is based on Melee's opening movie as well.
Stampede! as shown by the Move List in Ultimate
Names in other languages
|French||Ruée de Yoshis|
- While viewing Yoshi's move list, this move is called Stampede!. However, when viewing the tips, it is instead called Yoshi Stampede.
- The colors of the Yoshis in the foreground are entirely random, chosen from Yoshi's first seven costumes, and do not depend on the player's chosen alternate costume. Conversely, the colors of the Yoshis in the background are fixed, and appear the same every time the move is used.