Wii Fit (Final Smash)
Wii Fit Trainer initiates the attack by assuming the tree pose and then the warrior pose, yelling one of six phrases, such as, "Let's get fired up!" or "Let's... step up the intensity." These phrases are different for the male Wii Fit Trainer and female Wii Fit Trainer. The Wii Fit Trainer then releases a multitude of human silhouettes of varying color, each in a variety of yoga and exercise poses. These silhouettes travel outward from Wii Fit Trainer, spreading out the farther they travel. This Final Smash's function bears resemblance to Mario Finale.
In Smash 4 each silhouette deals 3-5% damage for every time they touch a fighter, while in Ultimate they deal 2-3% damage. These silhouettes can trap the opponent in hitstun, pushing them backwards off the stage and towards the blast line. In Smash Ultimate each silhouette was given a limited range, however a giant finisher silhouette (taking the form of the Dancer pose) was added to the attack, improving its KO potential significantly. In Smash 4 the poses Wii Fit Trainer perform at the start of the move have hitboxes, but these were removed in Ultimate.
The move is derived from the various poses that the trainers and players are required to perform during gameplay of the Wii Fit series. The silhouette art-style used for the attack matches the yoga poses seen on the Japanese boxart for Wii Fit, as well as Wii Fit Trainer's character poster.
Wii Fit Trainer strikes the Warrior pose, sending an army of silhouettes flying forth in a variety of poses (21 in all!). This Final Smash's individual hits don't hurt much, but they add up and can even push foes off the edge. Meanwhile, Wii Fit Trainer is invincible! Unleash it at a height to get the full range of the cone effect.
Wii Fit Trainer takes the Warrior pose, then sends an army of silhouettes flying forth in a variety of poses (21 in total!) This Final Smash's individual hits don't hurt much, but they add up, and can even push foes off the edge. Meanwhile, Wii Fit Trainer is invincible! Unleash it from a height to get the full range of the fan effect.