The FINAL Final Battle

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This article is about Smash Wii U's version of The FINAL Final Battle. For Brawl's version, see Event 41: The FINAL Final Battle.

The FINAL Final Battle
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Official description Flag of North America.svg This is it...the true FINAL BATTLE!
Flag of Europe.svg It all ends here!
Character(s) used Choose (1 stock)
Opponent(s) Sonic (1 stock)
Mega Man (1 stock)
Pac-Man (1 stock)
Mario (1 stock)
Stage(s) Battlefield
Music Master Hand
Availability Clear The Final Battle
For Reward Clear on hard difficulty.
10000G

The FINAL Final Battle (also known as The True Final Battle in PAL regions) is the final single-player event match in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. The player must choose a character and initially take on Sonic and Mega Man. After one opponent is defeated or after a certain amount of time has passed (one minute in hard), Pac-Man appears, and Mario appears after another one is defeated or time has passed (one minute thirty seconds in hard). Defeating all opponents clears the event.

Progression[edit]

This event is unlocked by clearing The Final Battle. Completing the event does not unlock any further paths.

Clearing the event on hard difficulty awards the Souflee trophy on the challenge board, in addition to 10000G.

Trivia[edit]

  • The music used in this event, Master Hand, normally plays on Final Destination, rather than Battlefield.
  • Mario, Sonic, Mega Man, and Pac-Man are all mascots of Nintendo, SEGA, Capcom, and Namco respectively.
  • If taken as the "last" solo event in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (going by its name, as events are not numbered), this is the first in the series that:
    • Can be unlocked without clearing all other solo events in the game.
    • Can be unlocked without unlocking all characters, as only Falco, Mr. Game & Watch, and R.O.B. are required to unlock it.
    • Does not take place on Final Destination, despite the event icon depicting Final Destination.
    • Does not feature a giant opponent.
    • Features more than three opponents.
  • Interestingly, the final event in each game has one less stock than the previous game, where Melee's has 3, Brawl's has 2, and Smash 4's has 1 stock.