Summon

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The requirements in order to summon Phosphora's Spirit.

Summon is an option within the Collection tab of the Spirits single-player mode that allows players to summon certain spirits with Cores obtained by sending spirits home in the Dismiss menu. Some spirits are only obtainable through this method, meaning the only way to collect the total number of spirits is to Summon some of them. Previously Summoned spirits may later appear on the Spirit Board, and others can be encountered in World of Light without needing to summon them first. There are 135 summonable spirits and 95 of them are summon-exclusive.

How to Use[edit]

Each spirit has a certain amount of cores and SP required in order to summon it. Often, the type of cores needs to be specifically from a certain spirit. For example, summoning a Paper Mario spirit consumes a Cut Man spirit and Cardboard Box spirit, along with any Neutral type spirit.

The player may also directly use spirits in summoning, rather than dismissing them first and then summoning. The game will automatically dismiss the chosen spirits (gaining SP for the dismissal) and use those cores for summoning.

List of spirits that can be summoned[edit]

Below is a list of spirits that can be summoned within this menu, listed by Spirit Number, along with the cost of SP and cores for each summon, and if they’re Summon-Exclusive or not.

Spirit Stats Requirements Summon-
Exclusive?
Inspiration
No. Image Name Type Class Base Power SP Cost Cores
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Gold Mario
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 Yes
  • Gold Mario is a power-up that turns Mario into a gold metal form with the ability to throw explosive golden fireballs that can defeat most enemies and turn Brick Blocks to gold coins (represented by Metal Mario for being a metallic power-up form of Mario, by the Super Mushroom, a common power-up found in the Mario series, and by the Fire Flower which shares the ability to throw fireballs).
  • Coincidentally, all three required cores are all individual power-ups used by Mario.
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Cat Princess Peach
Shield
★★★ 3100 1,200 Yes
  • Cat Princess Peach is an alternate form of Peach who wears a cat costume after touching the Super Bell (represented by Baby Peach, a younger alternate form of Peach, and by Rover, a cat character).
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Birdo
Grab
★★★ 2824 1,600 Yes
  • Birdo is a pink dinosaur-like creature whose main accessory is a giant red bow worn on top of its head (represented by the T-Rex, a species of dinosaur, and by Starly who shares a similar pink coloration and accessory).
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Thwomp
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Thwomps are a race of giant stone-bodied faces whose method of attack is to drop onto the player from above (represented by the Rock Pikmin and Rocky, both of which are stone-bodied creatures where the latter has a similar attack method).
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Nabbit
Support
★★ N/A 1,300 Yes
  • Nabbit is a thieving rabbit who steals items from Toad Houses and runs away with them in his bag (represented by Duster, a thief character).
  • The required support core is a possible reference to any support spirit based off of the items from the Mario series that Nabbit carries around in his bag.
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King Bob-omb
Attack
★★ 1805 1,000 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • King Bob-omb is the villainous king of the Bob-ombs (represented by the Shake King, who not only shares the same royal status and antagonistic role, but also shares a similar body shape and large size).
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Shadow Mario
Neutral
★★★ 2661 1,700 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Shadow Mario is a counterpart of Mario with a body consisting of a strange translucent blue liquid and wields the Magic Paintbrush, a weapon that creates magic graffiti to open portals and summon monsters (represented by Vince, a painter, and by Eddy whose body is made entirely of blue goo).
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to the Magic Paintbrush, an invention created by Professor Elvin Gadd that was obtained and used for Bowser Jr.'s own evil purposes.
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Sprixie Princesses
Support
★★ N/A 1,200
  • Wanda
  • Princess Shokora
Yes
  • The Sprixie Princess are a group of seven royal Sprixies, a race of fairies, who were kidnapped and held captive by Bowser (represented by Wanda, a fairy character, and by Princess Shokora).
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Cappy
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Cappy is a ghost-like character and partner of Mario who takes the physical appearance of a hat with the ability to capture his enemies and allows Mario to take control of them, gaining Mario's hat and mustache in the process (represented by Ezlo, a character who also takes the appearance of a sentient hat, and by Boo Mario to reference Cappy's ghost-like appearance and capture ability).
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Master Cycle
Grab
★★★★ 4175 2,500
  • Mach Rider
  • City Tripper
  • Excitebike
  • Attack type core
Yes
  • The Master Cycle is a sports bike that was first included in Mario Kart 8 as part of The Legend of Zelda downloadable pack, known for having the fastest top speed of any bike and its handling control strength (represented by Mach Rider for its handling controls, Excitebike for its top speed, and referenced by the City Tripper, a vehicle that debuted in the Animal Crossing downloadable pack within the same game).
  • The Master Cycle also shares a "motorbike" theme with its required summoning cores.
  • The required attack type core is a possible reference to City Tripper's support spirit ability: Undamaged Attack & Speed↑.
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Paper Mario
Neutral
★★★ 3225 1,700 Yes
  • Coincidentally, Paper Mario's required summoning cores is a visual joke on paper cuts (represented by the Cardboard Box which is made entirely of heavy-duty paper, and by Cut Man).
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to Paper Luigi who was brainwashed and became the major antagonist, Mr. L in Super Paper Mario.
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Shadow Queen
Attack
★★★ 3104 1,600 Yes
  • The Shadow Queen is an evil demon made entirely of shadows who planned to rule the world with her creations of monsters, among them the three Shadow Sirens (represented by Gengar, the Shadow Pokémon, and by Vivian, the youngest and former Shadow Siren).
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Mallow
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Mallow is the prince of the Nimbus, a race of cloud-like creatures with the ability to manipulate the weather, and a spellcaster who uses weather-based magic attacks (represented by Prince Peasly and by Kracko, a cloud creature who, like Mallow, uses lightning bolts as a weather-based attack).
  • Coincidentally, Mallow and Prince Peasly are both characters who appeared in different Mario role-playing game titles.
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Geno
Attack
★★★★ 4000 2,700
  • Drake Redcrest
  • Super Star
  • Attack type core (×2)
  • Neutral type core
No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Geno is initially an inanimate doll that was brought to life by ♡♪!?, a member of the Star species from the Star Road with an unpronounceable name (represented by Drake Redcrest, a toy-based character, and by the Super Star).
  • The two required attack type cores is a possible reference to Geno's high offensive capabilities but lower defensive power during battle, while the neutral type core is a possible reference to Geno initially being an inanimate, lifeless doll prior to being brought to life.
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Professor Elvin Gadd
Support
★★ N/A 800 Yes
  • Professor Elvin Gadd's required summoning cores is a reference to him being the inventor of the Poltergust 5000 and F.L.U.D.D.
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Cranky Kong
Attack
★★★ 2918 1,200
  • Cyrus & Reese
  • Wrinkly Kong
No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Cranky Kong is the elderly form of the original Donkey Kong, the grandfather to the current Donkey Kong, and the widower to his deceased wife, Wrinkly Kong (a husband-and-wife relationship that is represented by Cyrus & Reese, a married couple).
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Dixie Kong
Grab
★★★ 2526 1,200 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Dixie Kong's required summoning cores is a reference to how she is a female Kong, much like Candy Kong and Tiny Kong.
163
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Baron K. Roolenstein
Shield
★★★ 2933 1,400
  • Dr. Crygor
  • Kritter
  • The Creature & Flea Man
Yes
  • Baron K. Roolenstein is an alias used by King K. Rool who dressed up like an archetypal mad scientist (represented by Dr. Crygor, a scientist, and by Kritter, a Kremling serving under King K. Rool, the king of the Kremlings).
  • Baron K. Roolenstein's name is a reference to Dr. Frankenstein, whose monster served as the inspiration for The Creature, one of the required summoning cores.
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Epona
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
  • Epona is Link's equine steed who was raised by Malon on Lon Lon Ranch (represented by Rapidash, the equine-based Fire Horse Pokémon)
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Ruto
Shield
★★★ 2853 1,900 Yes
  • Ruto is the young princess of the Zoras who was rescued from the belly of the Zoras' patron deity, Lord Jabu-Jabu by Young Link. Seven years later, Ruto is once again encountered by Link inside the Water Temple as an adult (represented by Princess Shokora who, depending on the in-game events of their respective games, appear as either a child or as an adult).
  • The blue color of the required shield type core is a possible reference to Ruto becoming the Sage of Water, whose insignia is a blue color.
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Koume & Kotake
Neutral
★★ 1588 800 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Koume and Kotake are twin Gerudo witches and Ganondorf's surrogate mothers who each possess the elemental powers of fire and ice respectively (represented by Charlotte Aulin, a witch, and by the respective cores of the Fire Flower and the Freezie).
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Fierce Deity Link
Attack
★★★★ 4623 2,300 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Fierce Deity Link is Young Link's fifth, final, and most powerful mask transformations secretly obtainable in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask by trading in twenty non-transformation masks to four of the children inside the Moon (represented by Deku Link, Link's first mask transformation, and by the Happy Mask Salesman who not only appears as a major character, but also bears resemblance to the Moon children).
  • Fierce Deity Link also wields a giant double-handled, helix-edged Sword (represented by the Ultra Sword, one of Kirby's most powerful abilities where his sword can grow into giant size and unleash a devastating attack).
  • The required attack type core is a possible reference to Fierce Deity Link's enhanced power using his sword.
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Moon
Support
★★★ N/A 1,500 Yes
  • The Moon is an ominous object that was summoned by the power of Majora's Mask and used to destroy Termina in three day's time.
  • The support core is a possible reference to Skull Kid, the childish forest imp who wore Majora's Mask and, possessed by its power, sent the Moon on a three-day collision course into Termina.
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Tingle
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Tingle is a mapmaker and the self-proclaimed reincarnation of a fairy who is frequently seen flying on a balloon and uses the vantage point to plot maps of Termina (represented by Balloon Fighter who flies around in a similar fashion, and by the Fairy Bottle which symbolizes Tingle's belief of being a reincarnated fairy and desire to become one).
  • Coincidentally, Tingle starred in a Tingle-themed remake of Balloon Fight titled Tingle's Balloon Fight DS.
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Fi
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Fi is the spirit that resides inside the Goddess Sword, both created by the Goddess Hylia (represented by Aegislash, the Ghost-type Royal Sword Pokémon, and by Serena, the fountain goddess who creates the gold and silver axes for the player in Animal Crossing: City Folk).
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Demise
Shield
★★★ 3309 1,200 Yes
  • Demise's required summoning cores is a reference to how he was sealed away by the Goddess Hylia in the form of The Imprisoned, but was eventually freed when his servant and sentient weapon, Ghirahim, stole Zelda's soul in order to undo the Goddess's seal placed upon him.
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Yuga
Shield
★★★ 2963 1,700 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Yuga is an evil artistic sorcerer who traps his victims into paintings and orchestrated the resurrection of the ancient evil, Ganon (represented by Vince, a painter, and by Gharnef, who, in addition to bearing some resemblance to Yuga, sought to resurrect an ancient evil from his respective game).
  • The required neutral core is a possible reference to Ganon, a neutral type spirit that Yuga resurrects and eventually fuses with to create Yuga Ganon.
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Fusion Suit
Neutral
★★★ 2707 1,200
  • Chozo Statue
  • Metroid
Yes
  • The Fusion Suit is the result of Samus’s Power Suit which underwent alterations while Samus was injected with Metroid DNA to combat the X Parasite in her system (represented by the Chozo, the avian-like race which not only created the Power Suit but also raised Samus into a warrior, and by the Metroid).
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Roger the Potted Ghost
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Roger is a ghostly boss character in the Yoshi series who utilizes two green Shy Guys to push him around (represented by Boo Mario which not only references Roger's ghost-like form, but also Baby Mario who was present during the battle).
313
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Super Happy Tree
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,700 Yes
  • The Super Happy Tree is a giant tree that grows every type of fruit on Yoshi's Island, including the magical Heart Fruit (represented by Whispy Woods, a tree character, and by the Bonus Fruit, a variety of different fruits found in PAC-MAN).
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to the Super Happy Tree being stolen from Yoshi's Island by Baby Bowser before being reclaimed by Yoshi, while the support core is a possible reference to the fruit it grows with the ability to replenish Yoshi's health.
314
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Pak E. Derm
Support
★★ N/A 1,000
  • Ellie
  • Mega Eggdozer
No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Pak E. Derms are small elephantine enemies that wear white polka-dotted trunks who holds up a stop sign and prevents Yoshi from passing (represented by Ellie, an elephant character, and by the Mega Eggdozer which shares the same white polka-dotted traits with the Pak E. Derm's trunks).
345
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Dyna Blade
Shield
★★★★ 4480 2,500 Yes
  • Dyna Blade is a giant armored avian boss with rainbow-colored bladed wings who initially appeared to be ruining everyone's crops in order to feed her chicks (represented by Cucco and Beat for her avian appearance, but heavily represents Beat for her appearance of a giant armor-plated bird, and by the Super Star which makes the player who touches it shine with glimmering rainbow colors).
  • The required shield type core is a possible reference to Dyna Blade's nearly indestructible armor (except for the head, her weak spot).
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Daroach
Attack
★★★ 2798 1,800 Yes
  • Daroach is the leader of the Squeaks, a band of thieving mice who scours the world for gold and treasure (represented by Mouser, another rogue mouse character, and by Count Cannoli who shares the same thieving role, as well as also wearing a top hat and a cape).
  • The two required neutral type cores is a possible reference to Daroach being the second Kirby antagonist to become possessed by Dark Matter.
353
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Masked Dedede
Attack
★★★ 2835 1,600 Yes
  • Masked Dedede is King Dedede's masked alter ego whose first battle takes place in a battle ring, wielding his "brand-new Dedede Hammer" as his primary weapon (represented by the Wrestler of the Reporter & Wrestler core who also shares a mask motif and is first encountered at a battle ring, and by the Hammer Bro who throws hammers as their primary weapons).
354
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Galacta Knight
Shield
★★★★ 5337 2,200 Yes
  • Galacta Knight is a very powerful and legendary warrior who frequently appears as a secret boss. He wields a large lance seeks to defeat Meta-Knight, but ultimately ends up being defeated by him (represented by Shovel Knight for the main use of a long weapon, by Knight Man for his ferocity and hostility, and by the Meta-Knights, a group of warriors loyal to Meta Knight).
  • Galacta Knight also shares a "knight" theme with its required summoning cores.
356
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Landia
Attack
★★ 1523 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Landia is a multi-headed, red-scaled dragon who is the guardian of Halcandra and its treasures, most notably the Master Crown that he wears on one of its heads (represented by Fortitudo, a dragon-like angelic creature with two heads, and by Nibbles who not only shares the same coloration, but also wears a bandana around its neck, also a yellow-colored accessory).
357
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Queen Sectonia
Grab
★★★ 2966 1,800 Yes
  • Queen Sectonia is a giant bee-like creature and the tyrannical and sadistic despot of Floralia who attempted to take over Planet Popstar (represented by Zinger, a bee-like enemy, and by Princess Shroob, who not only shares the same personality traits and female royalty, but is also the main antagonist of their respective games).
375
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Mr. Shine & Mr. Bright
Neutral
★★ 1494 1,200
  • Baxter & Forthington
  • Slugger & Green Glove
Yes
  • Mr. Shine & Mr. Bright shares a “character duo” theme with its required summoning cores.
381
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Elline
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Elline is a fairy creature made out of modelling clay whose hairstyle resembles a multi-colored paintbrush (represented by Wanda, a fairy, and by Smeargle, whose tail resembles a paintbrush. Coincidentally, Elline's modelling clay body and hairbrush-styled hair ties into Smeargle's artistic theme).
385
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Slippy Toad
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800
  • Lin
  • Winky
  • Neutral type core
  • Support core
No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Slippy Toad is an anthropomorphic frog who is Team Star Fox's mechanic and engineer (represented by Lin, an engineer, and by Winky, a frog character).
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to the Landmaster, a neutral type core in its respective Spirit Battle, while the support core is a possible reference to the Arwing. Coincidentally, both aforementioned cores are vehicles invented by Slippy.
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Great Fox
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 Yes
  • The Great Fox's required summoning cores is a reference to how it carries the Landmaster and the Arwing.
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to Peppy Hare, the neutral type Master Spirit who is the pilot of the Great Fox, while the support core is a possible reference to the Gyrowing, a support spirit that is also carried on the Great Fox.
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Andross
Grab
★★ 1781 1,200 Yes
  • Andross takes the appearance of a polygonal human-like face during his first battle against Star Fox (represented by the Commander, a disembodied 8-bit face, and by Porygon, the Virtual Pokémon whose body is composed of polygons).
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General Pepper
Support
★★ N/A 800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • General Pepper is an anthropomorphic hound dog who is the general of the Cornerian Army and commander of Corneria's forces in the Lylat System (represented by the Labrador Retriever, a dog, and by Roy Campbell, a high-ranking military officer).
467
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Togepi
Support
★★ N/A 800 Yes
  • Togepi is the Spike Ball Pokémon whose small, round body is still encased in its decorated egg shell (represented by Gordo, an actual spike ball, and by the Mega Eggdozer, a giant, decorated egg).
476
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Scizor
Attack
★★ 1989 1,000
  • Zebesian
  • Sidestepper
Yes
  • Scizor is a bipedal insectoid Pokémon whose physical traits include a red metallic exoskeleton, giant heavy pincers, and narrowed yellow eyes (represented by the Zebesian who shares the bipedal body with large pincers and yellow eyes, and by the Sidestepper who shares a red-toned exoskeleton, pincers, and narrowed eyes).
485
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Ho-Oh
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Ho-Oh's required summoning core is a reference to it being the master of Raikou, Entei, & Suicune.
  • The required Grab type core is a possible reference to Lugia, a Grab-type primary spirit who appears as a Legendary Pokémon along with Ho-Oh in the second generation Pokémon games, Pokémon Gold & Silver.
  • The neutral type core is a possible reference to the Bell Tower where it can be first encountered, while the two support cores is a possible reference to Ho-Oh and Lugia being regarded as the "Tower duo," in which both Legendary Pokémon are depicted as polar opposites of each other, including the respective towers where they resided (prior to the burning of the Brass Tower, Lugia's perch), and being Trio masters.
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Jirachi
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,400 Yes
  • Jirachi shares a "star" theme with its required summoning cores.
532
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Kyurem (Black Kyurem)
Attack
★★★ 2803 1,200 Yes
  • Black Kyurem's required summoning cores is a reference to it being the physical amalgamation of Zekrom and Kyurem as seen in Pokémon Black Version 2.
533
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Kyurem (White Kyurem)
Shield
★★★ 2814 1,200 Yes
  • White Kyurem's required summoning cores is a reference to it being the physical amalgamation of Reshiram and Kyurem as seen in Pokémon White Version 2.
570
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Flying Man
Attack
★★★ 2792 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Flying Man is a member of a mystical humanoid bird species which specialize in physical attacks and aids their allies in their battles against the enemy (represented by Blaziken for its humanoid avian appearance, and by the Wrestler of the Reporter & Wrestler for a similar muscular body tone, both known for being physical fighters).
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Mr. Saturn
Support
★★★ N/A 1,400 Yes
  • Mr. Saturn is a species of small, stubby, seemingly emotionless creatures with large bulbous noses (represented by Qbby, also a short, stubby, and emotionless character, and by the Specknose whose biggest physical trait is its big nose).
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Ultimate Chimera
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
  • The Ultimate Chimera is a giant monster with a red-toned body, sharp fangs, and a small bird perched atop of its head (represented by Blargg, a monster whose body has a red tone and contains sharp fangs, and by Pyoro, a bird character).
588
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Absolutely Safe Capsule
Shield
★★★★ 4886 2,600 Yes
  • The Absolutely Safe Capsule's required summoning cores is a possible reference to how Mr. Saturn is forcibly assisted in its creation for Porky Minch in Mother 3, who hides in it to protect him from outside threats after "defeating" him and his Bed Mecha, and at the same time, protects the outside world from Porky on the inside.
  • The six shield type cores required for the summoning is a reference to its high defense power in Mother 3 where attacking the capsule will result in no damage being taken or a possible reference to how it keeps Porky safe inside from the
  • The Absolutely Safe Capsule's 0 attack stat is a possible reference to how it cannot attack in Mother 3.
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Samurai Goroh
Attack
★★★★ 3955 2,300 Yes
  • Samurai Goroh is a katana-wielding samurai who was the boss of a group of rogue bandits and thieves based in the Red Canyon (represented by Takamaru and Sakura Samurai, both of whom are katana-wielding samurai, and by Tac, a thief enemy).
  • The required attack type core is a possible reference to Samurai Goroh's skill with a katana (a sword which also symbolizes the attack type core).
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Polar Bear
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Polar Bear is a giant white bear found on the mountain in Ice Climber whose stomping can force the camera to move up another level (represented by Bewear, the bear-like Strong Arm Pokémon, and by the Freezie for its appearance of an icy mountain or its ice theme).
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Pegasus Sisters
Grab
★★★ 2536 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Pegasus Sister's required summoning cores is a reference to Minerva being the founder and leader of the Whitewings, consisting of the three sisters, Palla, Catria, and Est (represented by the Able Sisters, also a trio of sisters).
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Tiki
Neutral
★★ 1583 1,500 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Tiki's required summoning cores is a reference to other characters from the Fire Emblem series with the ability to transform into a dragon.
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to Tiki being abducted by Gharnef and brainwashed to do his bidding until Marth breaks his mind control over her.
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Hector
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Hector's required summoning core is a reference to him being the father of Lilina.
  • The two required support cores is a possible reference to the other two main lord characters from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade: Eliwood, and Lyn.
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Ephraim
Attack
★★★ 3110 1,200 Yes
  • Ephraim's required summoning core is a reference of him being the twin brother of Eirika (a twin brother-and-sister relationship represented by Frey & Freya, both twin brother and sister).
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Micaiah
Grab
★★★ 2838 1,700 Yes
  • Micaiah is a friend and guardian of Sothe accompanied by her bird companion, Yune (represented by Pitch, a tiny bird character).
  • The required grab type core is a possible reference to Micaiah being the only magic-wielding Fire Emblem protagonist who fights with no physical weapons (weapons that include a sword and shield, both of which symbolize the attack and shield type cores respectively).
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Cordelia
Shield
★★ 1744 1,000 Yes
  • Cordelia is the mother of Severa, the latter whom traveled from the future to aid Cordelia and Chrom in their war against Grima (a mother-daughter relationship that is represented by Kaitlin & Katie, a mother-and-daughter pair).
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Xander
Attack
★★★★ 4211 1,600 Yes
  • Xander's required summoning cores is a reference to him being the older brother of Leo, Camilla, and Elise.
698
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Octopus
Shield
★★★★ 4031 2,800 Yes
  • The Octopus is a two-dimensional octopus from the Game & Watch game of the same name (represented by Octoman and Octorok for its "octopus" appearance, and by Oil Panic who represents the two-dimensional Game & Watch series of the summoned spirit's origin).
  • The two required Shield type cores required is a possible reference to the treasure the Octopus guards from the scuba divers using its tentacles, or a possible reference to the two of the remaining three scuba divers in the game after it grabbed the first diver (as seen in the Octopus's artwork).
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Chef (Game & Watch)
Support
★★★ N/A 1,700 Yes
  • The Chef is a two-dimensional chef from the Game & Watch game of the same name (represented by the Chef (Personal Trainer: Cooking), and possibly by Huey who has the power to shift from a 3D form to a two-dimensional form. Coincidentally, Huey's game of origin features a mini-boss fight involving a giant slab of steak in a kitchen, which is also the main setting for Chef).
  • The required support core is a possible reference to any support spirit from the Game & Watch series where the Chef originated from.
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Pit (Original)
Grab
★★★ 3,078 1,800 Yes
  • The original Pit shares a "bow-wielding angel" theme with its required summoning cores.
  • The required two grab type cores is a possible reference to the two successors of the first Kid Icarus game.
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Twinbellows
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Twinbellows is the two-headed watchdog and gatekeeper of the Underworld whose body is made entirely of infernal fire (represented by Inuji Darumeshi and Rusty Slugger, both of which are regional variants of the same character, thus making them 'twins' of sort, and by the Hothead, an item that is also made entirely of fire).
713
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Hewdraw
Shield
★★ 1,440 800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Hewdraw is a large serpentine monster with three separate heads, each one a different personality and mindset (represented by Arbok and Inspired for having serpentine bodies, and by Valoo whose draconian appearance is a possible reference to Hewdraw's Japanese subtitle, "Three-Neck Dragon").
720
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Reaper & Reapette
Support
★★★ N/A 1,400 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Reaper and Reapettes shares a "Grim Reaper" theme with its required summoning cores, with Death representing the Reaper, and the Grim Leecher representing the Reapettes.
721
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Eggplant Wizard
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Eggplant Wizard is a purple monster and magic-user whose magical projectiles have the ability to turn its victims into walking eggplants (represented by Goligan for the staff the Eggplant Wizard wields, and by the Eggplant).
723
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Viridi
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Viridi is the youthful goddess of nature who is vengeful towards humans for their destruction of nature (represented by Xerneas, the Life Pokémon who occasionally takes the form of a tree representing Viridi's desire to preserve nature, and by Alraune for her need of vengeance).
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to Viridi not initially taking the side of the war between the Underworld Army and Palutena's Army, while the required support core is a possible reference to how Viridi eventually helps Pit and Dark Pit through the later chapters of Kid Icarus: Uprising.
724
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Phosphora
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
  • Phosphora is one of Viridi's top commanders in the Forces of Nature with the ability to conjure massive thunderstorms and powerful tornadoes (represented by Elec Man and Rotom who share an "electricity" theme with Phosphora, but Rotom's ability to create powerful gusts when taking over an electric fan also represents Phosphora's ability to create tornadoes).
731
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Jimmy T.
Shield
★★★ 2,694 1,800 Yes
  • Jimmy T. is an obsessive dancer who wears a blue afro and enjoys dancing at various nightclubs (represented by Kalypso who naturally sports an afro and enjoys dancing, and by Don Flamenco who dances with a rose in his mouth before his fights. Coincidentally, both required summoning cores are named after different dancing styles).
732
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Mona
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 Yes
  • Mona is high school student from Diamond City who also works as a cheerleader for the Diamond City football team (represented by the Ouendan Cheerleaders, and by Ayumi Tachibana, who was a high school student in Famicom Tantei Club Part II).
739
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Ashley
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Ashley is a young witch-in-training whose loyal, shapeshifting familiar, Red can transform into a magic wand (represented by Charlotte Aulin, a witch, and by the Star Rod, another magic wand).
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to Ashley's indifferent "innocent demeanor", while the support core is a possible reference to Red assisting her in practicing her spells.
751
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Gray Fox
Attack
★★★ 2,528 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Gray Fox is an operative for the United States Special Forces Unit FOXHOUND who specialized in stealth and received a cybernetic exoskeleton implant after his body was destroyed by a land mine (represented by the Mighty Gazelle, another cyborg character who shared a similar fate, and by Shadow Man, a ninja-based character who also specializes in stealth).
765
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Raiden
Attack
★★★★ 4,211 3,000 Yes
  • Raiden's required summoning cores is a reference to Solidus Snake being his adopted father and Rosemary being his wife.
  • The required three attack type cores is a possible reference to Raiden's high kill rate compared to the other child soldiers his age, while the required neutral type core is a possible reference to Rosemary's personal stance when she was initially used to spy on Raiden before falling in love with him instead.
769
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Metal Gear REX
Shield
★★★ 2,739 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Metal Gear REX's required summoning cores is a reference to Hal Emmerich being the chief engineer who developed the Metal Gear for the United States Army (represented by the Tank & Infrantry which features an infantry wearing an Operational Camouflage Pattern used by the United State Army).
776
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Dr. Eggman
Grab
★★★★ 4,047 2,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Dr. Eggman is an evil scientist and the arch-enemy of Sonic the Hedgehog, whose physical appearance resembles that of an egg (represented by Dr. Crygor, a scientist, by Chansey for its similar physical egg appearance, and by Tamagon whose name translated from Japanese literally means "egg").
  • The two required grab type cores is a possible reference to Dr. Eggman's Death Egg Robot, a giant robot modeled in his likeness which features two giant robotic claws (a claw which also symbolizes the grab type core).
777
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Tails
Support
★★★ N/A 1,700 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Tails is an anthropomorphic twin-tailed fox who is also a skilled inventor and mechanic (represented by Vulpix, the Fox Pokémon with multiple tails, and by Andy, a young mechanic).
  • The required support core is a reference to Tails being the sidekick and best friend of Sonic the Hedgehog.
781
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Knuckles
Grab
★★★ 2,778 1,700 Yes
  • Knuckles is an anthropomorphic echidna whose spike-like knuckles allow him to climb walls and dig underground (represented by Gordo for the spikes, and by Muddy Mole, a mole character who digs).
  • The green color of the required grab core is a possible reference to the Master Emerald, the giant green emerald Knuckles is tasked with protecting.
794
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Jet the Hawk
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Jet the Hawk is an anthropomorphic hawk who is a master of the Extreme Gear, a racing hoverboard resembling a snowboard (represented by Pidgey, the Tiny Bird Pokémon, and by Akari Hayami who is an expert snowboarder).
796
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Sonic the Werehog
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Sonic the Werehog is a bestial, werewolf-like transformation of Sonic the Hedgehog which is triggered at nighttime and lasts until daybreak (represented by Togedemaru, the hedgehog-based Roly Poly Pokémon, and by the Werewolf who shares a similar transformation ability).
800
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Louie
Grab
★★★ 2,677 1,700 Yes
  • Captain Louie works as a deliveryman for Hocotate Freight who, at one point, went into a forced sleep caused by his suit (represented by the Postman, a postal deliveryman, and by Snorlax, the Sleeping Pokémon which is known for sleeping for extended periods of time).
  • The required grab type core is a possible reference to Louie stealing the juice supplies from the crew of the S.S. Drake before he is eventually caught by the crew.
813
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Burrowing Snagret
Attack
★★★ 3,095 1,600 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • The Burrowing Snagrant is a member of the snavian family whose physical appearance features the head of a bird and the body of a snake (represented by Raphael the Raven, a giant bird character, and by Rattly, a snake).
814
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Plasm Wraith
Neutral
★★★ 3,206 1,800 Yes
  • The Plasm Wraith shares an "aquatic body" theme with its required summoning cores.
  • The two required neutral type cores is a possible reference to the two forms the Plasm Wraith takes on in Pikmin 3: the Mysterious Life Form, and its golden humanoid form.
828
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Tom Nook
Neutral
★★ 1,431 1,500 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Tom Nook is an anthropomorphic raccoon and the owner of many shops in the Animal Crossing series who employs the player as a part-time worker to pay off their mortgage (represented by the Maruhige Shop Owner who shares Tom Nook's role, and by the Shop Assistant who shares the player's role as a part-time employee at Tom Nook's store).
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to Timmy and Tommy, the neutral type Master Spirit who are Tom Nook's "nephews" and twin employees of Tom Nook's Nookington's shop.
831
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DJ K.K.
Neutral
★★ 1,357 1,200 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • K.K. Slider is an anthropomorphic dog who works Saturday nights at Club LOL as the DJ (represented by the Labrador Retriever, a dog, and by 9-Volt of 9-Volt & 18-Volt, who made a cameo as a DJ during 18-Volt's chapter in WarioWare Gold).
833
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Resetti
Grab
★★★ 3,281 3,200 Yes
  • Resetti is an anthropomorphic, hardhat-wearing mole character who occasionally pops out of the ground to constantly remind the player to save throughout the Animal Crossing games (represented by Mettaur who also wears a hardhat, by Muddy Mole for being a mole character, and by Dugtrio, the Mole Pokémon).
  • The required two attack type cores is a possible reference to the multiple number of times a player must reset within the Animal Crossing games in order to make Resetti angry.
839
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Pete
Support
★★★ N/A 1,900 Yes
  • Pete is an anthropomorphic pelican character whose job is to deliver mail in the Animal Crossing series (represented by the Cucco for its avian appearance, and by the Postman, a postal deliveryman).
  • The required summoning core is a possible reference to Phyllis & Pelly, the anthropomorphic twin sister pelican support spirit with whom Pete harbors romantic feelings for the former.
840
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Phyllis & Pelly
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Phyllis and Pelly are twin anthropomorphic sister pelican characters in the Animal Crossing series whose work shifts and personalities are the virtual opposite of each other (represented by Pitch, a bird character, and by Mio & Mayu Akamura, also twin sister characters).
845
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Tortimer
Support
★★★ N/A 1,700 Yes
  • Tortimer is an anthropomorphic elderly tortoise character who walks around with a cane (represented by Old Man Lobber, who shares Tortimer's elderly age and also walks around with a cane, and by the Koopa Troopa, a turtle-like enemy from the Mario series).
  • Coincidentally, Tortimer's required summoning core, Old Man Lobber, can be achieved by defeating him in a Spirit Battle which takes place on Tortimer's Island.
  • The required support core is a possible reference to Kapp'n, an anthropomorphic kappa support spirit who can ferry the Villager to Tortimer's Island via speedboat in Animal Crossing: New Leaf.
849
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Blathers
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Blathers is an anthropomorphic owl and the Museum director where the displays include dinosaur fossils, insects, and fish (represented by the T-Rex, a species of dinosaur, the Beetle, a vehicle designed after the eponymous insect, and the Fishman, an anthropomorphic fish).
865
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Proto Man
Shield
★★★★ 4,011 2,300 Yes
  • Proto Man's required summoning cores is a reference to Dr. Light being his creator and "father", and Roll being his "younger sister."
  • The required support core is a possible reference Proto Man's role in the Mega Man series to aid Mega Man in his fights against evil.
869
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Rush
Support
★★★ N/A 1,900 Yes
  • Rush is a robotic dog and loyal companion of Mega Man (represented by Chibi-Tot, a robotic character, and by Boney, a dog character).
  • The required summoning core is a reference to Rush using his ability to transform into a coil, a hoverboard, and a submarine to assist in Mega Man's adventures.
882
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Yellow Devil
Neutral
★★★ 3,794 1,400 Yes
  • The Yellow Devil is a giant robot with a round, yellow body and a singular eye which has the ability to shoot laser beams (represented by Diskun for its yellow coloration, and by Waddle Doo for its round body and its ability to shoot a beam from its singular eye).
928
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Tree
Support
★★★ N/A 1,400 Yes
  • The Tree shares a "tree" theme with its required summoning cores.
930
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Warrior
Support
★★ N/A 800 Yes
  • The Warrior shares a "warrior" theme with its required summoning cores.
940
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Super Macho Man
Grab
★★★★ 3,986 2,500 Yes
  • Super Macho Man is a high-ranking boxer of the Punch-Out!! game series, often seen in every appearance holding the title of Champion of the World Circuit (represented by Machamp, Balrog, and the Urban Champion Fighter, all of which share the "fighting champion" theme).
  • The required attack type core is a possible reference to Super Macho Man's high attack power being incorporated into his punches.
947
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Mother Fairy
Support
★★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Mother Fairy's shares a "fairy" theme with its required summoning cores.
956
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Dunban
Shield
★★★ 2,939 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Dunban's required summoning cores is a reference to him being Reyn's mentor and the older brother to Fiora.
965
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Formula
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
  • Formula shares a "pilotable robot" theme with its required summoning cores.
971
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Poppi α
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Can be purchased from Sheldon’s Store for 2000 SP
  • Poppi α is a female robotic humanoid that resembles a young girl in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (represented by Rex, the main protagonist of the game, and by Flare, who is also a humanoid robot toy resembling a female child).
979
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E. Honda
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • E. Honda is a professional sumo wrestler from the Street Fighter series (represented by the Sumo Brothers).
  • E. Honda's summoning requirement of Piston Hondo's core is a reference to Hondo's original name in the original Punch-Out!! game, Piston Honda.
984
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Guile
Shield
★★★★ 4,167 2,500 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Guile is a major of the United States Air Force and a close friend of Nash in the Street Fighter series (represented by the Arwing's appearance of a fighter jet used in the Air Force).
  • The required two shield type cores is a possible reference to Guile's solid defense while the grab type core is also a reference to his agile air grabs.
985
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Dhalsim
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
  • Dhalsim is a native fighter from India with the ability to conjure fire (represented by Great Tiger who is also a fighter from India, and by Fire Man).
989
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M. Bison
Grab
★★★★ 4,187 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • M. Bison's required summoning cores is a reference to how he is the leader of the Four Kings of Shadaloo shared by Vega, Sagat, and Balrog.
1001
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Ibuki
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Ibuki is a ninja-in-training who leaves her ninja clan behind to attend a modern Japanese high school (represented by Shinobu, a ninja, and by Ayumi Tachibana, a Japanese high school student).
1002
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Yun & Yang
Neutral
★★ 1,576 1,000 Yes
  • Yun & Yang are twin brothers skilled in the art of Chinese Kung Fu (represented by Mio & Mayu Amakura who are also twin characters, and by Young Cricket who is also a young specialist in the art of kung-fu).
1009
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Madama Butterfly
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Madama Butterfly is the Infernal Demon Bayonetta formed a pact with and the main source of her supernatural power, who bestows Bayonetta with the ability to summon her giant fists, blades, and legs to augment her attacks (represented by Shanoa, a witch who also has the ability to summon giant fists among her other supernatural attacks).
  • Like other humanoid Infernal Demons taking on the form of a beautiful woman, Madama Butterfly sports a physical insect-like trait, in which case, a swallowtail butterfly (represented by the Aparoids, an alien race of insectoid creatures).
  • The required support core is a possible reference to Madama Butterfly lending her power into Bayonetta's attacks, while the required neutral type core is a possible reference to Madama Butterfly's fulfillment of her pact with Bayonetta in which she must drag her soul down to the Inferno for eternity if she dies or fails to sacrifice angels at the end of every day.
1012
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Rodin
Attack
★★★ 2,672 1,200 Yes
  • Rodin is the owner and bartender of The Gates of Hell who also doubles as an demonic arms dealer (represented by Brewster, the owner of The Roost cafe, a drink establishment, and by Aegislash which references Rodin's arms dealing business, as well as possibly the Shuraba and Angel Slayer swords formerly in his possession).
1027
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Inkling Squid
Support
★★★ N/A 1,900 Yes
  • The Inkling Squid is the alternate squid form taken by the Inklings which leaves behind an ink trail of different colors (represented by Blooper, a fictional species of squid from the Mario series, and by Huey, a sentient paint bucket whose eyes change colors depending on the mood).
1028
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Judd
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 Yes
  • Judd is a cat character who judges the end result of the Turf Wars, using flags to represent the winning team's color (represented by Meowth, the Scratch Cat Pokémon, and by Judge).
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to Judd being the referee of the Turf Wars while the support core is a possible reference to Li'l Judd, a support spirit who works with Judd as a referee, with Judd supporting the player's team and Li'l Judd supporting the opposite team.
1030
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Squid Sisters
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • The Squid Sisters is a popular Inkling pop duo based in Inkopolis known for their music which is popular among their fans (represented by Blooper, a fictional species of squid from the Mario series, by Meloetta, the Melody Pokémon who can sing beautiful songs in its Aria Forme, and the Ouendan Cheerleaders for their similar physical appearances and their ability to appease the audience).
1036
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Spyke
Shield
★★ 1,500 1,000 Yes
  • Spyke shares a "sea urchin" theme with his required summoning cores.
1037
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Flow
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
  • Flow is an anthropomorphic sea slug character who owns the Headspace shop which specializes in selling Headgear to the players (represented by the Shop Assistant and Madame Couture, both being female shopkeepers while the latter mostly focuses on being the shopkeeper of an outfit shop).
1043
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D.J. Octavio
Neutral
★★ 1,506 900 Yes
  • DJ Octavio shares an "octopus" theme with its required summoning cores.
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to DJ Octavio brainwashing Callie of the Squid Sisters before Marie breaks his mind control over her.
1062
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Julius Belmont
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Julius Belmont's required summoning cores is a reference to him wielding the Vampire Killer whip, much like Juste Belmont and Reinhardt Schneider.
1081
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Dark Emperor
Shield
★★★★ 4,235 2,400 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Dark Emperor is the main antagonist of Find Mii that resembles a giant winged creature whose features include a glowing body made out of prismatic energy with disembodied, floating claws (represented by the Prophet who wears a cloak made of blue light, and by Vaati and Necrozma, both of which share similar physical traits with the latter also categorized as the Prism Pokémon).
1083
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Gold Bone
Attack
★★ 1,701 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Gold Bone is the main antagonist of Mii Force with the appearance of a skeleton made entirely of gleaming gold (represented by The Skull who shares a similar physical trait and role, and by the Iridescent Glint Beetle whose hard outer shell is made entirely of glimmering gold).
1089
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Monita
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Monita is a robotic character from Nintendo Land with a rectangluar-shaped screen face with a simple face displayed on the screen. Her main priority is to guide the players through each of the different areas of Nintendo Land (represented by Num Diddly and Ando Kensaku, both of which share similar physical traits and guidance roles in their respective games).
1104
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Master Core
Neutral
★★★★ 4,055 1,600 Yes
  • Master Core is the secret final boss at the end of the Classic Mode in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U who takes the form of Master Giant, Master Beast, and/or Master Edges (in that order) on an intensity of 5.0 or higher.
1115
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Sheriff
Support
★★★★ N/A 3,100 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Sheriff shares a "retro shooter game" theme with its required summoning cores.
  • The required neutral type core is a possible reference to the player controlling the Sheriff while the two support cores is a possible reference to the two respective retro shooter games where the required summoning cores originated.
1143
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Frog & Snake
Shield
★★ 1,574 800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Frog & Snake are the two transformations taken by the unnamed Prince of Sablé, this spirit's enhanced form (represented by Prince Peasly, and by Winky and Rattly, both of whom are respectively a frog and a snake).
1168
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Isaac
Grab
★★★ 2,534 1,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Isaac's required summoning cores is a reference to Garet, Mia, and Ivan being Isaac's party members in the first Golden Sun game.
1181
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Starfy
Neutral
★★★ 3,078 1,600 Yes
  • Starfy's required summoning cores is a reference to Moe, Old Man Lobber, and Mermaid appearing in The Legend of Starfy game series.
1190
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Jill & the Drill Dozer
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Jill is the daughter of Doug, the leader of the band of thieves called the Red Dozers, who operates a giant drilling vehicle (represented by Duster, a thief, and by Drill Man).
1193
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The Wandering Samurai
Attack
★★ 1,546 800 Yes
  • The Wandering Samurai is a katana-wielding samurai who uses his katana to cut ghosts and demons in his Samurai Slice minigames (represented by the Sakura Samurai, and by the Ghosts).
1211
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Barbara the Bat
Grab
★★★ 2,675 1,700 Yes
  • Barbara is an anthropomorphic bat who is the main guitarist in Daigasso! Band Brothers (represented by Rouge the Bat, and by Prince Saruno, another anthropomorphic animal guitarist from a music-creator game on the Nintendo DS).
1262
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Dillon
Attack
★★★ 2,790 1,700 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Dillon is an anthropomorphic armadillo who curls up into a ball and attacks by rolling into his enemies (represented by Sandshrew for its slight resemblance to Dillon and ability to curl up into a ball, and by Wheelie who not only bears a similar wheel-like resemble to Dillon's rolling attacks, but also shares a similar red-and-yellow color scheme).
  • The required attack type core is a possible reference to Dillon's powerful rolling attack.
1283
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Wonder-Red
Grab
★★ 1,741 1,200 Yes
  • Wonder-Red is the leader of the Wonderful 100, a hero team consisting of 100 members in which Wonder-Blue is a high-ranking member.
  • Wonder-Red's required summoning core, Drake Redcrest, is a reference to both characters sharing a habit of posing dramatically.
1288
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Ribbon Girl
Grab
★★ 1,485 1,000 Yes
  • Ribbon Girl is a pop star diva whose extendable coiled arms resemble the ribbons tied up into a bow in her hair (represented by the Elite Beat Divas for sharing a similar title, and by ChuChu who wears a bow on top of her head).
1291
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Ninjara
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
  • Ninjara shares a "ninja" theme with his required summoning cores.
1292
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Boss Galaga
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Boss Galaga is an 8-bit spaceship that swoops down and snatches the player in its tractor beam before it takes it to the invading swarm to make the player lose a life (represented by the Swooping Snitchbug for its similar appearance and its ability to swoop down and snatch the Pikmin, and by the Bandit with its ability to steal from the player, referencing Boss Galaga's ability to steal a player's life).

Trivia[edit]

  • The Absolutely Safe Capsule is the only summonable spirit that requires a summonable spirit (Mr. Saturn) to summon it.