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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 currently 133 summonable spirits, 91 of them are summon-exclusive, and of which, 15 of them can appear on the Spirit Board after the first summon.

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
24
SSBU spirit Gold Mario.png
Gold Mario
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 Yes
  • Gold Mario and the required summoning cores are all individual power-ups from the Mario series.
    • Gold Mario and Metal Mario are both different metal power-up forms of Mario.
    • Gold Mario can throw fireballs similar to Fire Mario's fireballs. Also, Gold Mario can be obtained with the Gold Flower, which highly resembles the Fire Flower.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Gold Mario can be achieved by the Gold Flower.
  • This spirit's Support type and Super Armor effect references Gold Mario being a stronger and more permanent power-up than Metal Mario in New Super Mario Bros. 2.
28
SSBU spirit Cat Princess Peach.png
Cat Princess Peach
Shield
★★★ 3,100 1,200 Yes
  • Cat Princess Peach and Rover are both cat characters.
  • Cat Princess Peach and Baby Peach are both alternate forms of Princess Peach.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Cat Princess Peach can be achieved with the Super Bell.
  • This spirit's Weight ↓ effect references Princess Peach's lightweight and ability to float in various Super Mario games.
45
SSBU spirit Birdo.png
Birdo
Grab
★★★ 2,824 1,600 Yes
  • Birdo and T-Rex are both dinosaur characters.
  • Birdo and Stary share the same gender, pink color scheme, and red bow.
52
SSBU spirit Thwomp.png
Thwomp
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Thwomp and the required summoning cores all share a stone-like body.
    • Thwomp and Rocky both attack by falling onto the player.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Weapons Resist ↑ effect references Thwomp's ability to resist most attacks in the Super Mario series.
64
SSBU spirit Nabbit.png
Nabbit
Support
★★ N/A 1,300 Yes
  • Nabbit and Duster are both thief characters.
  • The support core likely references the power-ups from the Mario series that Nabbit carries around in his bag.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references Nabbit's supportive role in later New Super Mario Bros. games.
  • This spirit's Item Gravitation effect references how Nabbit is a thief who steals power-ups in the New Super Mario Bros. series.
66
SSBU spirit King Bob-omb.png
King Bob-omb
Attack
★★ 1,805 1,000 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • King Bob-omb and Shake King are both characters who share the same royal status as king.
  • King Bob-omb is the leader of the Bob-ombs.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Strong Throw effect references King Bob-omb's boss battle in Super Mario 64 which involves him either throwing or getting thrown by the player.
70
SSBU spirit Shadow Mario.png
Shadow Mario
Neutral
★★★ 2,661 1,700 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Shadow Mario and Vince are both painters in their respective games.
  • Shadow Mario and Eddy both share a blue, water-like appearance.
76
SSBU spirit Sprixie Princesses.png
Sprixie Princesses
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • The Sprixie Princess and Wanda are both fairy characters in the Mario series.
  • The Sprixie Princesses and Princess Shokora are both characters who share the same royal status as princess.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Fairy Bottle Equipped effect references the Sprixie Princesses being fairy-like princesses who were trapped inside glass bottles by Bowser.
78
SSBU spirit Cappy.png
Cappy
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Cappy and Ezlo (in his cursed state) are both sentient hats.
  • Cappy and Boo Mario are both ghost-like characters, which could also reference Cappy's adventures with Mario.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references how Cappy aided Mario in Super Mario Odyssey.
  • This spirit's Strong Throw effect references how Cappy is often thrown by Mario.
93
SSBU spirit Master Cycle.png
Master Cycle
Grab
★★★★ 4,175 2,500 Yes
  • Master Cycle and the required summoning cores all share a "motorbike" theme.
    • Master Cycle and City Tripper are both DLC racing vehicles appearing in Mario Kart 8 and later in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
  • The Attack type core likely references City Tripper's support spirit ability: Undamaged Attack & Speed ↑.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Speed ↑ effect references the Master Cycle's top speed.
94
SSBU spirit Paper Mario.png
Paper Mario
Neutral
★★★ 3,225 1,700 Yes
  • The required summoning cores likely references a real-life means of making Paper Mario: scissors used for cutting (Cut Man, who has a giant pair of scissors on his head) and the material to cut (a Cardboard Box).

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Water Weakness effect references Paper Mario's inability to swim in earlier Paper Mario games, as well as paper's general weakness to water.
99
SSBU spirit Shadow Queen.png
Shadow Queen
Attack
★★★ 3,104 1,600 Yes
  • The Shadow Queen and the required summoning cores are all sentient shadow characters.
    • Vivian is one of the three Shadow Sirens, a group of sisters tasked with awakening the Shadow Queen in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door.
    • Gengar is the "Shadow Pokémon" that is part Ghost-type, referencing the Shadow Queen being a demon respectively.
103
SSBU spirit Mallow.png
Mallow
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Mallow and Prince Peasley are both characters who share the royal status of prince in a Mario role-playing game.
  • Mallow and Kracko are both sentient cloud characters who utilizes lightning-based attacks.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references how Mallow aided Mario in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
  • This spirit's Trade-Off Attacks ↑ effect references Mallow not being physically strong, but makes up for it with his magical attacks.
104
SSBU spirit Geno.png
Geno
Attack
★★★★ 4,000 2,700 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Geno and Drake Redcrest are both inanimate toys that were brought to life.
  • Geno (in his star form prior to inhabiting the Geno doll) and the Super Star are both Stars from the Mario series.
  • The two Attack type cores likely references Geno's high offensive capabilities during battle.
  • The Neutral type core likely references Geno initially being an inanimate, lifeless doll prior to being brought to life.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Geno is summoned to the Mushroom Kingdom in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
120
SSBU spirit Professor Elvin Gadd.png
Professor Elvin Gadd
Support
★★ N/A 800 Yes
  • The required summoning cores are both inventions of Professor Elvin Gadd.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references Professor Elvin Gadd's role in aiding Luigi throughout the Luigi's Mansion series.
140
SSBU spirit Cranky Kong.png
Cranky Kong
Attack
★★★ 2,918 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The required summoning cores references Cranky Kong's marital relationship with his deceased wife, Wrinkly Kong.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Speed ↓ effect references Cranky Kong's old age, as he is often seen walking slower.
145
SSBU spirit Dixie Kong.png
Dixie Kong
Grab
★★★ 2,526 1,200 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Dixie and the required summoning cores are all female Kongs from the Donkey Kong series.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Grab type references Dixie's ability to carry objects with her ponytail.
163
SSBU spirit Baron K. Roolenstein.png
Baron K. Roolenstein
Shield
★★★ 2,933 1,400 Yes
  • Baron K. Roolenstein and Dr. Crygor are both mad scientists.
  • Baron K. Roolenstein and Kritter are both Kremlings. Also, Kritters are underlings to King K. Rool, Baron K. Roolenstein's real identity.
  • Baron K. Roolenstein's name is a reference to Dr. Frankenstein, whose monster served as the inspiration for The Creature, and whose hunchback assistant served as the inspiration for the Flea Man.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning referenes how Baron K.Roolenstein fought Dixie Kong and Kiddy Kong following KAOS's defeat in DOnkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble.
196
SSBU spirit Epona.png
Epona
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Epona being an equine steed who was raised by Malon.
    • Epona and Rapidash are both mountable equine characters in their respective games.
    • Epona and Malon both appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references Epona's role as a rideable mount in the The Legend of Zelda series.
  • This spirit's Undamaged Attack & Speed ↑ effect references Link being unable to get hurt by enemies while riding Epona in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask.
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Link can summon Epona using Epona's Song in The Legend of Zelda series.
200
SSBU spirit Ruto.png
Ruto
Shield
★★★ 2,853 1,900 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Ruto being the princess of the Zoras.
    • Ruto and Princess Shokora both appear as either a child or an adult, depending on in-game events.
  • The Shield core likely references Link assisting Ruto escape from Lord Jabu-Jabu's belly and rescuing her from the dungeon's boss.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Water Attack ↑ effect references Ruto's ability to swim, as well as utilize water-based attacks in Hyrule Warriors.
202
SSBU spirit Koume & Kotake.png
Koume & Kotake
Neutral
★★ 1,588 800 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Koume, Kotake, and Charlote Aulin are all witch characters.
  • Koume & Kotake each wields the power of fire and ice magic respectively, represented by the Fire Flower and Freezie.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Neutral type references how Koume & Kotake go from enemies to passive NPCs between The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask.
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Koume & Kotake combine themselves into Twinrova, this spirit's enhanced form.
208
SSBU spirit Fierce Deity Link.png
Fierce Deity Link
Attack
★★★★ 4,623 2,300 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Fierce Deity Link and Deku Link are both mask transformations used by Link.
  • Fierce Deity Link and Kirby (featured in the Ultra Sword spirit's artwork) both wield giant, powerful swords.
  • Fierce Deity Link, Deku Link, and the Happy Mask Salesman all appear in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Also, the Happy Mask Salesman has a strong connection to the masks that Link uses (both in acquiring and personally).
  • The Attack type core references Fierce Deity Link's raw power incorporated in his double-handed sword.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how the Fierce Deity Mask must be obtained by trading in masks with the Moon children in Majora's Mask.
210
SSBU spirit Moon.png
Moon
Support
★★★ N/A 1,500 Yes
  • The Moon is summoned by Majora's Mask in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
  • The support core likely references the Moon's passive role in Majora's Mask.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Giant effect references the Moon's giant size.
211
SSBU spirit Tingle.png
Tingle
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Tingle and Balloon Fighter both fly on a balloon in a similar fashion, with Tingle starring in a remake of Balloon Fight titled Tingle's Balloon Fight DS.
  • Tingle claims to be a reincarnated fairy, represented by the Fairy Bottle. Also, both characters appear in The Legend of Zelda series.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Slumber Immunity effect references Tingle often being found awake during the day-and-night cycles.
227
SSBU spirit Fi.png
Fi
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Fi and Serena are both associated with divinity, as Fi is created by the goddess Hylia, and Sernea is a fountain fairy/goddess.
  • Fi and Aegislash are both sentient sword characters.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and obtainability through summoning references Fi being summoned to aid Link in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
230
SSBU spirit Demise.png
Demise
Shield
★★★ 3,309 1,200 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Demise being the true form of his sealed form, The Imprisoned after he was released by his servant and sentient weapon, Ghirahim.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Shield type references Demise's boss battle in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword where Demise will guard himself against most of Link's attacks.
237
SSBU spirit Yuga.png
Yuga
Shield
★★★ 2,963 1,700 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Yuga and Vince are both painters in their respective appearances.
  • Yuga and Gharnef are both powerful sorcerers who sought to awaken a powerful, demonic entity for their evil plans.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Yuga summoned Ganon in The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.
270
SSBU spirit Fusion Suit.png
Fusion Suit
Neutral
★★★ 2,707 1,200 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references the Fusion Suit being a combination of Chozo technology and Metroid DNA.
310
SSBU spirit Roger the Potted Ghost.png
Roger the Potted Ghost
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The required summoning cores references Roger being a ghost who relies on two Shy Guys to push him around.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Strong-Wing Resist effect references Roger the Potted Ghost's boss battle where the player must push Roger off the edge of his platform while two Shy Guys resist the player's effort.
313
SSBU spirit Super Happy Tree.png
Super Happy Tree
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,700 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references the Super Happy Tree being a large tree which produces fruit.
  • The support cores likely references the fruit the Super Happy Tree grows having the ability to replenish Yoshi's health.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and Invincibility After Eating effect references the Heart Fruit that grants that Yoshi temporary invincibility in Yoshi's Story.
314
SSBU spirit Pak E. Derm.png
Pak E. Derm
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Pak E. Derm and Ellie are both elephant characters.
  • Pak E. Derm and Mega Eggdozer both originate from the Yoshi series.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Shield type and Perfect-Reflect Shield effect references Pak E. Derms blocking Yoshi's path with a tall stop sign.
345
SSBU spirit Dyna Blade.png
Dyna Blade
Shield
★★★★ 4,480 2,500 Yes
  • Dyna Blade, Beat, and Cucco are all avian characters.
  • Dyna Blade features rainbow feathers in her design, represented by the Super Star, which causes Mario to change colors.
  • The Shield core likely references Dyna Blade's defensive armor plating.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Jump ↑ effect references Dyna Blade's ability to fly.
351
SSBU spirit Daroach.png
Daroach
Attack
★★★ 2,798 1,800 Yes
  • Daroach and Count Cannoli are both thief characters wearing a top hat and a cape.
  • Daroach and Mouser are both mouse characters. Also, Daroach is the leader of the Squeaks, a band of rogue mice, similar to Mouser being a rogue mouse character.
  • The two Neutral type cores likely references Daroach becoming a helper to Kirby in Kirby Mass Attack after turning into Dark Daroach in Kirby: Squeak Squad.
353
SSBU spirit Masked Dedede.png
Masked Dedede
Attack
★★★ 2,835 1,600 Yes
  • Masked Dedede and the Wrestler are both mask-wearing characters seen prominently in a level featuring a battle ring in their respective games.
  • Masked Dedede and Hammer Bro are both enemy characters who uses a hammer to attack.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Attack type references Masked Dedede's boss battle in Kirby Super Star Ultra being a more difficult version of the regular King Dedede battle.
354
SSBU spirit Galacta Knight.png
Galacta Knight
Shield
★★★★ 5,337 2,200 Yes
  • Galacta Knight and the required summoning cores all all knights.
    • The combination of the knight's power likely references Galacta Knight's touted strength in the Kirby series.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references Meta Knight using Galactic Nova to wish to fight the galaxy's greatest warrior, leading it to summon Galacta Knight in Kirby Super Star Ultra.
356
SSBU spirit Landia.png
Landia
Attack
★★ 1,523 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Landia and Nibbles are both lizard character who shares a red color scheme, with Landia being a dragon and Nibble being a dinosaur.
  • Landia and Fortitudo are both dragon-like enemies featuring multiple heads.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Attack type and Jump ↑ effect references Landia's boss battle and ability to fly.
357
SSBU spirit Queen Sectonia.png
Queen Sectonia
Grab
★★★ 2,966 1,800 Yes
  • Queen Sectonia and Zinger are both enemy bee characters.
  • Queen Sectonia and Princess Shroob are both female antagonists with a royal status.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability throguh summoning references how Queen Sectonia was summoned by her servant, Taranza, in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
375
SSBU spirit Mr. Shine & Mr. Bright.png
Mr. Shine & Mr. Bright
Neutral
★★ 1,494 1,200 Yes
  • Mr. Shine & Mr. Bright and the required summoning cores all share a "character duo" theme.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Fire Attack ↑ effect references Mr. Bright being a living sun.
381
SSBU spirit Elline.png
Elline
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Elline and Wanda are both fairy characters.
  • Elline and Smeargle are both art-themed characters associated with the usage of a paintbrush.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and Fairy Bottle Equipped effect references Elline being a fairy who aids Kirby in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.
385
SSBU spirit Slippy Toad.png
Slippy Toad
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Slippy Toad and Lin both share a similar profession of engineer.
  • Slippy Toad and Winky are both amphibian characters, with Slippy being a toad and Winky being a frog.
  • The support core likely references Slippy Toad aiding the Star Fox Team in their adventures. The support core also likely references the Arwing, a support spirit invented by Slippy.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and Made of Metal effect references Slippy being a member of the Star Fox team who works as a mechanic, inventing new vehicular crafts for the team.
391
SSBU spirit Great Fox.png
Great Fox
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references the Great Fox carrying the Landmaster and the Arwing.
  • The Neutral type core likely references Peppy Hare, the Neutral type Master Spirit who is the pilot of the Great Fox.
  • The Support core likely references the Gyrowing, a support spirit that is also carried on the Great Fox.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references the Great Fox being the base of operations of the Star Fox team.
  • This spirit's Support type and Metal Killer effect references the Great Fox's weapons systems aiding Star Fox in their missions, including the use of its twin lasers designed to severely damage massive battleships.
400
SSBU spirit Andross.png
Andross
Grab
★★ 1,781 1,200 Yes
  • Andross and the required summoning cores all share a polygonal design.
404
SSBU spirit General Pepper.png
General Pepper
Support
★★ N/A 800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • General Pepper and Roy Campbell are both high-ranking military officers.
  • General Pepper and the Labrador Retriever are both dog characters.
467
SSBU spirit Togepi.png
Togepi
Support
★★ N/A 800 Yes
  • Togepi and Gordo are both spike ball characters, as Togepi is the "Spike Ball Pokémon".
  • Togepi and Mega Eggdozer both feature a decorated egg shell.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Togepi can be obtained by hatching an egg in Pokémon games.
476
SSBU spirit Scizor.png
Scizor
Attack
★★ 1,989 1,000 Yes
  • Scizor and the required summoning cores all share pincers for hands.
    • Scizor and Zebesian are both creatures with bipedal bodies.
    • Scizor and Sidesteppers both share a red color scheme.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Fire Weakness references Scizor being a Bug/Steel-type Pokémon, which has a quadruple weakness to Fire-type attacks.
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Scizor can only be obtained by trading a Scyther that holds a Metal Coat.
485
SSBU spirit Ho-Oh.png
Ho-Oh
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Ho-Oh is the master of Raikou, Entei, and Suicune.
  • The Grab type core likely references Lugia, a Grab-type primary spirit who appears as a Legendary Pokémon along with Ho-Oh in Pokémon Gold & Silver.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Additional Midair Jump effect references Ho-Oh's ability to fly.
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how the player can summon Ho-Oh at the Bell Tower.
501
SSBU spirit Jirachi.png
Jirachi
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,400 Yes
  • Jirachi and the required summoning cores all share a "star" theme.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and Fast Final Smash Meter effect references Jirachi's ability to grant wishes, including for the player to quickly fill up their Final Smash Meter and quickly enable them to perform a Final Smash.
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references Jirachi's Pokédex entry where singing with a pure voice will cause it to awaken.
532
SSBU spirit Kyurem (Black Kyurem).png
Kyurem (Black Kyurem)
Attack
★★★ 2,803 1,200 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Black Kyurem being the fusion of Zekrom and Kyurem as seen in Pokémon Black 2.
533
SSBU spirit Kyurem (White Kyurem).png
Kyurem (White Kyurem)
Shield
★★★ 2,814 1,200 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references White Kyurem being the fusion of Reshiram and Kyurem as seen in Pokémon White 2.
570
SSBU spirit Flying Man.png
Flying Man
Attack
★★★ 2,792 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Flying Man and Blaziken are both humanoid birds who specializes in physical fighting.
  • Flying Man and the Wrestler both share a physical fighting style and a muscular body tone.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Attack and Initial Damage 30% effect references the Flying Men being fighters who can also fall in battle and cannot be revived.
577
SSBU spirit Mr. Saturn.png
Mr. Saturn
Support
★★★ N/A 1,400 Yes
  • Mr. Saturn and Specknose both feature large noses in their designs.
  • Mr. Saturn and Qubby are both simple, stubby, and mostly expressionless characters.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references Mr. Saturns' role in aiding Ness's party in EarthBound.
  • This spirit's Support type and Shield Damage ↑ effect references Mr. Saturns' appearance as an item in the Super Smash Bros. series which severely damages a player's shield.
587
SSBU spirit Ultimate Chimera.png
Ultimate Chimera
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
  • The Ultimate Chimera and Blargg are both giant, red-hued monsters with sharp fangs.
  • The Ultimate Chimera features a small bird perched on top of its head, represented by Pyoro, another bird character.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Critical Hit ↑ effect references the Ultimate Chimera causing a game over on contact in Mother 3.
588
SSBU spirit Absolutely Safe Capsule.png
Absolutely Safe Capsule
Shield
★★★★ 4,886 2,600 Yes
  • The Absolutely Safe Capsule was designed in part by Mr. Saturns.
  • The six Shield type cores and the spirit's maxed-out defense stat references the Absolutely Safe Capsule being unable to be damaged in Mother 3.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Porky Minch summons the Absolutely Safe Capsule after his bed mecha fails during his boss battle.
594
SSBU spirit Samurai Goroh.png
Samurai Goroh
Attack
★★★★ 3,955 2,300 Yes
  • Samurai Goroh, Takamaru, and the Sakura Samurai are all samurai characters wielding a katana.
  • Samurai Goroh and Tac are both rogue bandits and thief characters.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Speed ↑ effect references the speed gameplay mechanic of the F-Zero series as well as his vehicle's high speeds.
  • This spirit's Attack type and obtainability through summoning references Samurai Goroh's appearance as an Assist Trophy in the Super Smash Bros. series.
608
SSBU spirit Polar Bear.png
Polar Bear
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Polar Bear and Bewear are both bear characters.
  • The Freezie represents the Polar Bear's icy mountains that it lives on.
629
SSBU spirit Pegasus Sisters.png
Pegasus Sisters
Grab
★★★ 2,536 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Pegasus Sisters and the Able Sisters are both a trio of sisters.
  • The Pegasus Sisters are part of the Whitewinged Order, a squadron led by Minerva.
630
SSBU spirit Tiki.png
Tiki
Neutral
★★ 1,583 1,500 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The required summoning core references Tiki, Ninian (partly), and Medeus being Manaketes, a species of dragons which can assume a human form.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Neutral type references Tiki being an unwilling boss in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and later a close friend and ally of Marth's.
648
SSBU spirit Hector (Fire Emblem).png
Hector (Fire Emblem)
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • The required summoning core references Hector being the father of Lilina.
  • The two required support cores likely references other two main lord characters from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade: Eliwood and Lyn.
654
SSBU spirit Ephraim.png
Ephraim
Attack
★★★ 3,110 1,200 Yes
  • The required summoning core references Ephraim being the twin brother of Eirika (a twin brother-and-sister relationship represented by Frey & Freya, both twin brother and sister).
666
SSBU spirit Micaiah.png
Micaiah
Grab
★★★ 2,838 1,700 Yes
  • Micaiah is the friend and guardian of Sothe.
  • Micaiah is often accompanied by her bird companion, Yune, represented by Pitch, another tiny bird character.
669
SSBU spirit Cordelia.png
Cordelia
Shield
★★ 1,744 1,000 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Cordelia being the mother of Severa (a mother-and-daughter relationship referenced by Kaitlin & Katie, both mother and daughter).
682
SSBU spirit Xander.png
Xander
Attack
★★★★ 4,211 1,600 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Xander being the older brother of Leo, Camilla, and Elise.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Sword Attack ↑ effect references Xander being a master swordsman.
698
SSBU spirit Octopus.png
Octopus
Shield
★★★★ 4,031 2,800 Yes
  • Octopus, Octoman, and Octorok, all share an "octopus" theme.
  • Octopus and Oil Panic are both from the Game & Watch series.
  • The Shield cores likely references the Octopus guarding the treasure in the titular Game & Watch game.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Strong Throw effect references how the Octopus can grab ahold of the divers should they come into contact with the Octopus's tentacles.
699
SSBU spirit Chef (Game & Watch).png
Chef (Game & Watch)
Support
★★★ N/A 1,700 Yes
  • Chef (Game & Watch) and Chef (Personal Trainer: Cooking) are both professional chefs.
  • Huey being made of paper and able to absorb black ink represents Chef's flat and black design, a theme common in the Game & Watch series. Also, Huey's game of origin, Paper Mario: Color Splash, also features a mini-boss fight against a 3D steak when Mario substitutes for a chef.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Stats ↑ ↑ after Eating references the Game & Watch Chef being a professional chef.
706
SSBU spirit Pit (Original).png
Pit (Original)
Grab
★★★ 3,078 1,800 Yes
  • Pit (Original) and the required summoning cores are all bow-wielding Cupid characters. Also, Pit (Original) and the Centurion are both characters that appear in the Kid Icarus series.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Jump ↓ effect references Pit's initial inability to fly in the original Kid Icarus game.
712
SSBU spirit Twinbellows.png
Twinbellows
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Twinbellows, Rusty Slugger, and Inuji Darumeshi, are all dog characters. Also, Rusty Slugger and Inuji Darumeshi are regional counterparts to each other, likely representing the twin heads of Twinbellows.
  • Twinbellows and Hothead are both characters whose bodies are completely made of fire.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Mouthful of Curry effect references Twinbellow's fire breathing attacks.
713
SSBU spirit Hewdraw.png
Hewdraw
Shield
★★ 1,440 800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The required summoning cores references Hewdraw being a serpentine, long-necked dragon character.
    • The combination of the required summoning cores would create three heads, referencing Hewdraws three heads with each head having different personalities/motives like Hewdraw.
720
SSBU spirit Reaper & Reapette.png
Reaper & Reapette
Support
★★★ N/A 1,400 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Reaper & Reapettes and the required summoning cores all share a "Grim Reaper" theme, with Death representing the Reaper, and the Grim Leecher representing the Reapettes.
721
SSBU spirit Eggplant Wizard.png
Eggplant Wizard
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The required summoning cores references the Eggplant Wizard being a sentient eggplant who wields a magic staff, which turns his victims to walking eggplants.
723
SSBU spirit Viridi.png
Viridi
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Viridi, Xerneas, and Alraune all share a "plant" theme.
    • Viridi and Xerneas both have an affinity for nature and life preservation.
    • Viridi and Alraune are both depicted as hateful, as Viridi hates the humans while Alraune hates Madama Butterfly.
  • The Neutral type core likely references Viridi not initially taking the side of the war between the Underworld Army and Palutena's Army.
  • The Support core likely references how Viridi eventually helps Pit and Dark Pit through the later chapters of Kid Icarus: Uprising.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Metal Killer effect references Viridi's goals to destroy humanity for destroying nature.
724
SSBU spirit Phosphora.png
Phosphora
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
  • Phosphora and the required summoning cores all share an "electricity" theme.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and obtainability through summoning references Phosphora being one of Viridi's Forces of Nature who was summoned by her to defeat Pit in Kid Icarus: Uprising.
  • This spirit's Zap-Floor Immunity effect references Phosphora's ability to use lightning-based attacks.
731
SSBU spirit Jimmy T.png
Jimmy T
Shield
★★★ 2,694 1,800 Yes
  • Jimmy T and the required summoning cores are all associated with dancing/music.
    • Jimmy T and Don Flamenco are both dancers.
    • Jimmy T and Kalypso both feature afros in their design. Also, Kalypso is also named after Calypso, a style of music.
732
SSBU spirit Mona.png
Mona
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Mona's various occupations in the WarioWare series.
    • The Ouendan Cheerleaders references Mona's role as a cheerleader in WarioWare: Smooth Moves.
    • Ayumi Tachibana references Mona's role as a detective in Game & Wario.
739
SSBU spirit Ashley.png
Ashley
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Ashley and Charlotte Auline are both witch characters.
  • Ashley wields a magic wand, represented by the Star Rod, another magical wand.
  • The Neutral type core likely references Ashley's indifferent "innocent demeanor"
  • The support core likely references Ashley's demon familiar, Red, who assists her in practicing her spells.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and Fast Final Smash Meter effect references Ashley using her magic to make the player's Final Smash Meter quickly fill up and quickly enable them to perform a Final Smash.
751
SSBU spirit Gray Fox.png
Gray Fox
Attack
★★★ 2,528 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Gray Fox and Mighty Gazelle are cyborgs wo were reconstructed humans after a near-fatal explosion, with Gray Fox landing on a landmine and Mighty Gazelle from a crash.
  • Gray Fox and Shadow Man are both stealthy ninja characters.
765
SSBU spirit Raiden.png
Raiden
Attack
★★★★ 4,211 3,000 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Raiden being the adopted son of Solidus Snake, and being the husband of Rosemary.
  • The Neutral type core likely references Rosemary's personal stance when she was initially used to spy on Raiden before falling in love with him instead.
769
SSBU spirit Metal Gear REX.png
Metal Gear REX
Shield
★★★ 2,739 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Metal Gear REX is a Meta Gear developed by the chief engineer, Hal Emmerich.
  • Metal Gear REX and Tank & Infantry are both associated with the military, as Metal Gear REX was developed for usage in the United States Army in the Metal Gear series.
776
SSBU spirit Dr. Eggman.png
Dr. Eggman
Grab
★★★★ 4,047 2,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Dr. Eggman and Dr. Crygor are both scientists.
  • Dr. Eggman, Tamagon, and Chansey all share and "egg" theme, as Tamagon's Japanese name translates to "egg".
777
SSBU spirit Tails.png
Tails
Support
★★★ N/A 1,700 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Tails and Andy are both young, highly skilled mechanics.
  • Tails and Vulpix are both multi-tailed foxes.
  • The support core references Tails being the sidekick and best friend of Sonic the Hedgehog.
781
SSBU spirit Knuckles.png
Knuckles
Grab
★★★ 2,778 1,700 Yes
  • Kunckles and Gordo both feature spikes in their designs, with Knuckles wearing gloves with spikes on his knuckles.
  • Knuckles and Muddy Mole are both characters who can easily dig underground.
794
SSBU spirit Jet the Hawk.png
Jet the Hawk
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Jet and Pidgey are both avian characters.
  • Jet and Akari Hayami are both competitive characters who uses a board in their respective games, with Jet using a hoverboard and Akari using a snowboard.
796
SSBU spirit Sonic the Werehog.png
Sonic the Werehog
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Sonic the Werehog and Togedemaru are both hedgehog characters.
  • Sonic the Werehog is the nightly beast-like transformation of Sonic, represented by the Werewolf who shares a similar mechanic.
800
SSBU spirit Louie.png
Louie
Grab
★★★ 2,677 1,700 Yes
  • Louie and Snorlax have large appetites and are not picky eaters.
  • Louie and Postman both share the same profession of being deliverymen.
  • The Grab core references Louie stealing the juice supplies and Captain Charlie's rubber duck in Pikmin 3.
813
SSBU spirit Burrowing Snagret.png
Burrowing Snagret
Attack
★★★ 3,095 1,600 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • The required summoning cores references the Burrowing Snagret being a member of the snavian family, a physical combination of a bird and a snake.
814
SSBU spirit Plasm Wraith.png
Plasm Wraith
Neutral
★★★ 3,206 1,800 Yes
  • The Plasm Wraith and the required summoning cores all share an aquatic body in their design.
828
SSBU spirit Tom Nook.png
Tom Nook
Neutral
★★ 1,431 1,500 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Tom Nook and the required summoning cores references all characters working for their respective shops.
    • Tom Nook and the Maruhige Shop Owner are both shop-owners.
    • Tom Nook hires the player to work for him in Animal Crossing, represented by the Shop Assistant.
  • The Neutral core likely references Tom Nook's role in the Animal Crossing series, agreeing to build and expand the player's house but also sending the player further into debt each time.
831
SSBU spirit DJ K.K..png
DJ K.K.
Neutral
★★ 1,357 1,200 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • DJ K.K. and 9-Volt are both disk jockeys.
  • DJ K.K. and Labrador Retriever are both dogs.
833
SSBU spirit Resetti.png
Resetti
Grab
★★★ 3,281 3,200 Yes
  • Resetti and Mettaur are both hard hat-wearing characters.
  • Restti, Dugtrio, and Muddy Mole are all characters who specializes in burrowing underground.
  • The two Attack type cores likely references the multiple number of times a player must reset within the Animal Crossing games in order to make Resetti angry.
839
SSBU spirit Pete.png
Pete
Support
★★★ N/A 1,900 Yes
  • Pete and Cucco are both avian characters with a white color scheme.
  • Pete and Postman both share the same profession of delivering mail.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Strong-Wind Immunity effect references Pete's ability to fly.
840
SSBU spirit Phyllis & Pelly.png
Phyllis & Pelly
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Phyllis & Pelly and Mio & Mayu are both twin sister duos.
  • Phyllis, Pelly, and Pitch are all avian characters.
845
SSBU spirit Tortimer.png
Tortimer
Support
★★★ N/A 1,700 Yes
  • Tortimer and Old Man Lobber are both elderly characters who uses a cane to move.
  • Tortimer and Koopa Troopa are both shelled reptiles, with Tortimer being a tortoise and Koopa Troopa being a turtle.
849
SSBU spirit Blathers.png
Blathers
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • The required summoning cores references Blathers' museum displaying dinosaur fossils, insects, and fish.
865
SSBU spirit Proto Man.png
Proto Man
Shield
★★★★ 4,011 2,300 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Proto Man being the "son" of Dr. Light, and the "older brother" of Roll.
  • The Shield core references Proto Shield, Proto Man's signature weapon.
869
SSBU spirit Rush.png
Rush
Support
★★★ N/A 1,900 Yes
  • Rush and Chibi-Tot are both robotic characters.
  • Rush and Boney are both dog characters who supports the protagonist in their respective games.
  • The support core references Rush using his abilities to assist in Mega Man's adventures.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type, Up Special ↑ effect, and obtainability through summoning references how Mega Man summons Rush to give him a boost to reach a high platform, which serves as the basis of Mega Man's up special, Rush Coil.
882
SSBU spirit Yellow Devil.png
Yellow Devil
Neutral
★★★ 3,794 1,400 Yes
  • The Yellow Devil and Diskun both share a simple-shaped body with a yellow color scheme.
  • The Yellow Devil and Waddle Doo both shoots lasers from their singular eyes.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Speed ↓ effect references how Yellow Devil doesn't move in its boss battles.
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Yellow Devil is summoned by Dr. Wily to defeat Mega Man.
928
SSBU spirit Tree.png
Tree
Support
★★★ N/A 1,400 Yes
  • The Tree and the required summoning cores all share a "tree" theme.
930
SSBU spirit Warrior.png
Warrior
Support
★★ N/A 800 Yes
  • The Warrior shares a "warrior" theme with its required summoning cores.
940
SSBU spirit Super Macho Man.png
Super Macho Man
Grab
★★★★ 3,986 2,500 Yes
  • Super Macho Man and the required summoning cores all share a "champion boxer" theme.
  • The Attack type core likely references Super Macho Man's high attack power being incorporated into his punches.
947
SSBU spirit Mother Fairy.png
Mother Fairy
Support
★★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Mother Fairy and the required summoning cores all share a "fairy" theme.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and Critical-Health Stats ↑ ↑ references Mother Fairy sharing the fairy's theme of healing in Smash.
956
SSBU spirit Dunban.png
Dunban
Shield
★★★ 2,939 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The required summoning cores references Dunban being Reyn's mentor and the older brother to Fiora.
965
SSBU spirit Formula.png
Formula
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
  • Formula and the required summoning cores all share a "pilotable robot" theme.
971
SSBU spirit Poppi α.png
Poppi α
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Can be purchased from Sheldon's Store for 2,000 SP


Obtainable in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 DLC Spirit Board

  • Poppi α is a robot built by the Nopon, Tora.
  • Poppi α and Flare are both female, humanoid robots.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and obtainablity through summoning references Poppi α being built by Tora to aid him in battle.
  • This spirit's Shooting Attack ↑ effect references Poppi α and her other modes' abilities to use shooting attacks in battle.
979
SSBU spirit E. Honda.png
E. Honda
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • E. Honda and the Sumo Brothers are all characters who specializes in sumo wrestling.
  • E. Honda and Piston Hondo both share a surname, as Piston Hondo was originally named Piston Honda in the original Punch-Out!! game. Additionally, both characters appear in a fighting game series.
984
SSBU spirit Guile.png
Guile
Shield
★★★★ 4,167 2,500 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Guile is a United States Air Force Pilot, represented by the Arwing, a space fighter jet.
  • Guile and Nash are best friends in the Street Fighter series.
  • The two Shield cores and Grab cores references Guile's stats in the Street Fighter series, having high defense and able to use aerial grab moves.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Foot Attack ↑ effect references Guile's signature move, Flash Kick.
985
SSBU spirit Dhalsim.png
Dhalsim
Support
★★★ N/A 1,600 Yes
  • Dhalsim and Great Tiger are both physical fighters originating from India.
  • Dhalsim and Fire Man both share the ability to conjure fire. Additionally, both characters are created by Capcom.
989
SSBU spirit M. Bison.png
M. Bison
Grab
★★★★ 4,187 1,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The required summoning cores references M. Bison being the leader of the Four Kings of Shadaloo shared by Vega, Sagat, and Balrog.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Grab type and PSI Attack ↑ references M. Bison's Psycho Power, which has the ability to control his victim's minds.
1,001
SSBU spirit Ibuki.png
Ibuki
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Ibuki and Shinobu are both female ninjas.
  • Ibuki and Ayumi Tachibana are both Japanese teenage schoolgirls.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Move Speed ↑ effect references Ibuki's high speed and agility stats.
1,002
SSBU spirit Yun & Yang.png
Yun & Yang
Neutral
★★ 1,576 1,000 Yes
  • Yun & Yang and Mio & Mayu are both fraternal twin siblings.
  • Yun & Yang and Young Cricket are all martial artists skilled in kung fu.
1,009
SSBU spirit Madama Butterfly.png
Madama Butterfly
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Madama Butterfly is bound to Bayonetta, referencing both Beyonetta and Shanoa being witch characters who summons fists and blades to augment their attacks.
  • Madama Butterfly is a member of the Infernal Demons, a race of demons who, like the Aparoids, features insectoid designs.
  • The Neutral type core references the angels and demons in the Bayonetta series not following the good and evil themes they traditionally represent.
  • The Support core references Madama Butterfly lending her power into Bayonetta's attacks.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's obtainability through summoning references how Bayonetta summons Madama Butterfly to finish off a boss in the Bayonetta series.
1,012
SSBU spirit Rodin.png
Rodin
Attack
★★★ 2,672 1,200 Yes
  • Rodin and Brewster are both characters who own businesses that sell drinks, as Rodin owns a bar and Brewster owns a café.
  • Rodin owns a side business selling weapons made from angels and demons, represented by Aegislash, a sentient weapon.
1,027
SSBU spirit Inkling Squid.png
Inkling Squid
Support
★★★ N/A 1,900 Yes
  • The Inkling Squid and Blooper are both squids.
  • The Inkling Squid is the squid form of the Inklings who uses their ink to paint their surroundings, represented by Huey, a paint bucket.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and Up Special ↑ effect references the Inkling Squid serving as the basis for Inkling's up special, Super Jump, where Inkling takes the form of the Inkling Squid.
1,028
SSBU spirit Judd.png
Judd
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 Yes
  • Judd and Judge both share the role of judging.
  • Judd and Mewoth are both cat characters.
  • The Neutral type core references Judd being an un-biased judge in Splatoon's matches.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references Judd declaring the winning team in each Splatoon match.
1,030
SSBU spirit Squid Sisters.png
Squid Sisters
Support
★★★★ N/A 2,600 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • The Squid Sisters and Blooper are all squid characters.
  • The Squid Sisters and Meloetta (in its Aria Forme) are all female characters who specializes in singing.
  • The Squid Sisters and the Ouendan Cheerleaders are both groups of people who are associated with cheering, as the Squid Sisters cheer for the Inklings during SplatFest.
1,036
SSBU spirit Spyke.png
Spyke
Shield
★★ 1,500 1,000 Yes
  • Spyke and the required summoning cores all share a "sea urchin" theme.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Shield core references Spyke being a living sea urchinwho is protected by its needles.
1,037
SSBU spirit Flow.png
Flow
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 Yes
  • Flow and the required summoning cores are all characters working in or owning that sells clothing.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type and Back Shield Equipped effect references Flow being the owner of Headspace, which sells accessories with unique abilities.
1,043
SSBU spirit DJ Octavio.png
DJ Octavio
Neutral
★★ 1,506 900 Yes
  • DJ Octavio and the required summoning cores all share an "octopus" theme.
    • DJ Octavio is the leader of the Octarians, an octopus-like race which includes the Octolings.
1,062
SSBU spirit Julius Belmont.png
Julius Belmont
Support
★★★ N/A 1,800 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Julius Belmont and the required summoning cores are all characters who wield the Vampire Killer whip.
1,081
SSBU spirit Dark Emperor.png
Dark Emperor
Shield
★★★★ 4,235 2,400 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Dark Emperor and its required summoning cores are all powerful antagonists of their respective games who are able to float.
1,083
SSBU spirit Gold Bone.png
Gold Bone
Attack
★★ 1,701 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Gold Bone and the Iridescent Glint Beetle are both characters made of gold.
  • Gold Bone and The Skull are both characters who shares a skeleton design.
1,089
SSBU spirit Monita.png
Monita
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Monita and the required summoning cores all are characters featuring simple faces and rectangular-shaped heads.
    • Monita and Ando Kensaku are both characters who share rectangular-shaped monitors for heads.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Support type references Monita being the player's guide in Nintendo Land.
1,104
SSBU spirit Master Core.png
Master Core
Neutral
★★★★ 4,055 1,600 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Master Core being 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 Master Edges on an intensity of 5.0 or higher.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Neutral type and Initial Damage 30% effect references how Master Core becomes helpless when its prior forms are defeated in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U.
1,115
SSBU spirit Sheriff.png
Sheriff
Support
★★★★ N/A 3,100 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The Sheriff and the required summoning cores all share a "retro shooter game" theme.

Other trivia:
  • In World of Light, the Sheriff's spirit is located in a Treasure Chest in a Wild West-themed town, referencing the Wild West theme of Sheriff.
1,143
SSBU spirit Frog & Snake.png
Frog & Snake
Shield
★★ 1,574 800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The required summoning cores references the Prince of Sablé, who can into Frog & Snake.
1,168
SSBU spirit Isaac.png
Isaac
Grab
★★★ 2,534 1,800 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • The required summoning cores references Isaac being the leader of the party featuring Garet, Mia, and Ivan as members in the first Golden Sun game.
1,181
SSBU spirit Starfy.png
Starfy
Neutral
★★★ 3,078 1,600 Yes
  • The required summoning cores references Starfy, Moe, Old Man Lobber, and Mermaid appearing in The Legend of Starfy series.
1,190
SSBU spirit Jill & the Drill Dozer.png
Jill & the Drill Dozer
Support
★★ N/A 1,200 Yes
  • Jill and Duster are both associated with thieves, as Jill is the daughter of Doug, the leader of the band of thieves.
  • Jill and Drill Man both use drills to attack.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Bury Immunity effect references Jill's Drill Dozer, which can drill through solid objects and ground.
1,193
SSBU spirit The Wandering Samurai.png
The Wandering Samurai
Attack
★★ 1,546 800 Yes
  • The Wandering Samurai and the Sakura Samurai are both katana-wielding samurai.
  • The Ghosts represent the demons the Wandering Samurai slices in Rhythm Heaven's Samurai Slice minigame.
1,211
SSBU spirit Barbara the Bat.png
Barbara the Bat
Grab
★★★ 2,675 1,700 Yes
  • Barbara and Rouge are both anthropomorphic bat characters.
  • Barbara and Prince Saruno are both anthropomorphic characters who specializes in playing the guitar.
1,262
SSBU spirit Dillon.png
Dillon
Attack
★★★ 2,790 1,700 Yes
Appears on the Spirit Board after the 1st summon
  • Dillon and Sandshrew are both armadillo characters.
  • Dillon and Wheelie are both characters who spins like a wheel to attack.
1,283
SSBU spirit Wonder-Red.png
Wonder-Red
Grab
★★ 1,741 1,200 Yes
  • Wonder-Red is the leader of the Wonderful 100, who Wonder-Blue takes orders from.
  • Wonder-Red and Drake Redcrest are both masked heroes with the habit of posing dramatically.
1,288
SSBU spirit Ribbon Girl.png
Ribbon Girl
Grab
★★ 1,485 1,000 No
Obtainable in ARMS DLC Spirit Board
  • Ribbon Girl and the Elite Beat Divas are both pop star divas.
  • Ribbon Girl and ChuChu both feature bows/ribbons and share a pink color scheme.
1,291
SSBU spirit Ninjara.png
Ninjara
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Obtainable in ARMS DLC Spirit Board
  • Ninjara and the required summoning cores all share a "ninja" theme.

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Move Speed ↑ effect references Ninjara's high speed stat.
1,292
SSBU spirit Boss Galaga.png
Boss Galaga
Support
★★ N/A 1,000 No
Obtainable in WoL
  • Boss Galaga and the required summoning cores all share a "stealing" theme, as Boss Galaga steals the player's ship, the Swooping Snitchbug steals the player's Pikmin, and the Bandit steals coins or Baby Mario (in Yoshi's Island).

Other trivia:
  • This spirit's Buried Immunity effect references Boss Galaga's tractor beam, which takes anyone caught in it off-screen.

Trivia[edit]

  • The Absolutely Safe Capsule is the only summonable spirit that requires a summonable spirit (Mr. Saturn) to summon it.
  • Ribbon Girl, and Ninjara are the first summon-exclusive spirits to gain spirit battles in an update, with Poppi α being third.
  • The Poppi α is the only summonable spirit that can be purchased.