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Super Smash Bros. Character
Game Appearances
Super Smash Bros. (unlockable)
Super Smash Bros. Melee (unlockable)
Super Smash Bros. Brawl (unlockable)
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (unlockable)
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Special Moves
Standard:  Pound (SSB); Rollout (SSBM), (SSBB)
Side:  Pound (SSBM), (SSBB)
Up:  Sing
Down:  Rest
Final Smash:  Puff Up (SSBB)
Battle Entrance
A Poké Ball is thrown, and Jigglypuff is released.

Jigglypuff, Super Smash Bros.

Jigglypuff (Purin in the Japanese and Korean versions of games) is a character from the Pokémon series. Its first appearance was in Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green. It is a round, pink, ball-like Pokémon that can float through the air for a short time. There is a species of Jigglypuff, and a character Jigglypuff; with the character, Jigglypuff, appearing in the Super Smash Bros. series. In the Pokémon series, Jigglypuff is the evolutionary form of Igglybuff and evolves into Wigglytuff.

Jigglypuff is voiced by Rachael Lillis in the English Dub, and Mika Kanai in the original Japanese. This marks it as one of the only few fighters who have an English voice actor, rather than maintaining the same voice in different language settings.


Super Smash Bros.[edit]

Jigglypuff's appearance from Super Smash Bros..
Main article: SmashWiki:Jigglypuff (SSB)

Jigglypuff is first seen in the original Super Smash Bros. Jigglypuff was the first of the four unlockables, unlocked by beating 1-P Mode once, and then beating it (however, if specific conditions to unlock Captain Falcon and Ness are met beforehand, they will be battled first). Although it does not have many powerful attacks, its ability to float (technically, a five-fold jump), is one of its best abilities in the game, like Kirby's own ability. However Jigglypuff's recovery was not all that good until Super Smash Bros. Melee. It needs this ability, being a very light character. Jigglypuff has one very powerful, very risky attack called Rest, which will almost always KO anyone, if close enough, and cause Jigglypuff to fall asleep. But, if not done correctly, it will be extremely vulnerable.

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Jigglypuff in Super Smash Bros. Melee (Japan).
Main article: SmashWiki:Jigglypuff (SSBM)

Jigglypuff returned in Super Smash Bros. Melee, retaining the same position it had in the previous game. It was still unlockable, and was unlocked exactly the same way. Like other re-introduced characters, Jigglypuff's normal B Button move, Pound, was moved to Side B Button, and Rollout took its place. Once used, the player could charge up the attack and, once charged up enough, will send Jigglypuff rolling across the ground at top speed, devastating anyone who is unlucky enough to be in the way.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Main article: SmashWiki:Jigglypuff (SSBB)
Jigglypuff SSBB.png

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Jigglypuff returns as an unlockable character once again. This information was accidentally leaked in an interview with Solid Snake's voice actor David Hayter (when asked what Brawl character he would like to beat up, he replied "Jigglypuff")[citation needed]. Unlike in the past games though, Jigglypuff was one of the last fighters that players would unlock in Brawl (the others being Toon Link and Wolf O'Donnell). And just like in the past two titles, if the player uses its shield for too long, it will break and Jigglypuff will almost always KO itself. This is because when a balloon pops, it tends to fly upwards. In its Final Smash, Puff Up, Jigglypuff increases in size dramatically, bouncing players off of it at great speed.

The Subspace Emissary[edit]

Jigglypuff's Subspace Emissary intro.

Like Toon Link and Wolf, it makes a rather minor Subspace Emissary appearance, and is the only veteran charcter who does not appear in the main story of the Subspace Emissary. After finding a red door in the Swamp stage, the player will be taken to Pokémon Stadium 2 and fight Jigglypuff in a one-life stock match. Once defeated, it will join the player's party.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U[edit]

Jigglypuff returns once again as an unlockable character in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and a default character for the first time in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. It can be unlocked in the Nintendo 3DS version by collecting 30 pieces of equipment, or by winning 120 matches, and is the only playable Pokémon character to be unlockable in the game. All of its moves and its Final Smash from Super Smash Bros. Brawl are kept in this game.

Special moves[edit]


Jigglypuff's Pound.
Main article: SmashWiki:Pound

Pound is an attack used by Jigglypuff in Super Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. Melee, and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. In the original, it is done by simply pressing B Button, but in Melee, the player must tilt Control Stick to the side, then press B Button. Jigglypuff will go on to slap forward the opponent weakly. Although it doesn't do very much damage, it is very useful when surrounded by enemies. It also works as a recovery move. Although Pound was originally the neutral B Button Button attack, it got replaced by Rollout, and became the Smash B Button move. In Super Smash Bros., Kirby was able to use Pound when he sucked up Jigglypuff. If Jigglypuff stood on the edge of the platform and used Pound, like many attacks, it would not fall off. However, Kirby, doing the same thing, would go forward off of the platform, for some reason. In Melee, he could only use Rollout.

Pound is an actual move that Jigglypuff can use in the Pokémon series. However, it is not a very strong move.


Jigglypuff's Rollout.
Main article: SmashWiki:Rollout

Rollout is one of Jigglypuff's special moves from Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. One of its most powerful attacks, the Pokémon must charge up to perform it. The strength of the attack depends on the length of time it charges. To perform the attack, Jigglypuff spins around in place, gaining speed the longer it does so. When it is satisfied with the energy level, Jigglypuff launches itself in the direction it was spinning. Any player attacked is sent flying. However, if Jigglypuff makes no contact with another player, there is a chance that it will fly off the edge of the course for a Self-Destruct. If Kirby swallows Jigglypuff in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, he'll be able to use Rollout. If Kirby does this, he will, instead of "Jigglypuff", say "Purin", which is its Japanese name. In Melee, if this move ends in mid-air, Jigglypuff will be put into a helpless state.

The move, also from the Pokémon games, was added to Jigglypuff's arsenal for Super Smash Bros. Melee. While most other characters were given a new B Button→ attack, this attack replaced Jigglypuff's basic B Button move, Pound, from the original Super Smash Bros. Pound was assigned to B Button→. Rollout is also a move that Jigglypuff can learn in the Pokémon series.


Jigglypuff's Sing.
Main article: SmashWiki:Sing

Sing is a move done by Jigglypuff in the Super Smash Bros. series. It is executed by pressing Up on Control Stick, and pressing B Button soon after. It will then sing its name in a musical tone to put players to sleep. Players will be immobile while sleeping, and will be completely open to attacks for a few seconds until the effect wears off. However, it does not work for airborne enemies, leaving Jigglypuff open for attack. Additionally, sometimes the opponents will wake up the instant Jigglypuff finishes the attack. In other words, the less damage the sleeping targets have, the quicker it is for them to wake up. Sing does no damage, but is a good escape move, and if done correctly, leaves the victims open for attack. It's not very good for a recovery move, however.

Sing originally was Jigglypuff's signature move in the Pokémon anime series. Additionally, other Pokémon can also learn the move in the games.


Jigglypuff's Rest.
Main article: SmashWiki:Rest

Rest is a move used by Jigglypuff in the Super Smash Bros. games. It is executed by pressing down+B Button. Jigglypuff will then fall asleep. If Jigglypuff is touching any characters while doing this move, the characters will be hit by a very powerful shock, sending them flying in the air. It almost always KOs opponents, no matter how healthy they are, but there are a few exceptions. It is hard to do, because the player must be touching the opposing players before it works, and if it fails, then Jigglypuff will fall asleep for a few seconds. Until Jiggypuff awakens, it will not be able to move. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, connecting the attack will cause a flower to grow on opponents' heads, which causes their damage to rise for a while. The attack is also noticeably weaker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as well.

Rest is an actual move in the Pokémon series. However, it puts the user to sleep to recover HP, while in Super Smash Bros., it does not heal, but send opponents flying.

Puff Up[edit]

Jigglypuff's Puff Up.
Main article: SmashWiki:Puff Up

Puff Up is Jigglypuff's Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Once Jigglypuff opens up a Smash Ball, it stands in one spot, and begins increasing in size. It continues growing for about five seconds, before it finally reaches the limit, and begins shrinking at a faster rate. Any opposing player that hits Jigglypuff while in this state bounces off of it, in a similar fashion to the Bumper.

Jigglypuff's size during this Final Smash is gigantic - roughly 16 times its original diameter, or nearly the entire width of Final Destination. This allows Jigglypuff to cover most of the stage area, giving it a high chance of hitting an opposing player. However, it's not as effective on large stages.

The distance an opponent flies apparently increases the larger Jigglypuff is, but it only causes damage if any contact is made with Jigglypuff as it is shrinking back to normal size. Jigglypuff is also unable to move around whilst using this move, so one should try and catch an opposing player close to an edge if using this Final Smash.

A glitch in the Bridge of Eldin stage can allow the player to permanently play as Giant Jigglypuff after the Final Smash, but the effects wear off if Jigglypuff is knocked out. Furthermore, if Jigglypuff is captured by Yoshi's Egg Lay move during the glitch, it will increase in size exponentially every time it breaks out of the egg. In the Pirate Ship stage, Jigglypuff can also remain large by releasing its final smash between the boulder floating in the water and between the bottom of the ship. Although Jigglypuff's size has been dramatically increased, it does not mean that Jigglypuff's base power has increased nor is it harder to KO. This means even though Jigglypuff is larger its overall smash stats do not increase.

This is Jigglypuff's only move that isn't from the Pokémon games, nor does it even exist in the Pokémon universe.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Super Smash Bros.[edit]

The Balloon PKMN with the big, round eyes. It sings a soothing melody, sending those that hear it to sleep. When mad, it puffs itself up. As a Balloon PKMN, its body is light, weak, and easy to knock away.

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]


# Name Image First Game / Move Description
49 Jigglypuff
Pokémon Red & Blue
This balloon Pokémon invites its opponents in close with its big, round eyes and then puts them to sleep with a soothing lullaby. It puffs itself up when angry, and while it may look adorable, it's not to be trifled with; it knows several powerful techniques. Jigglypuff evolves into Wigglytuff after exposure to a Moon Stone.
50 Jigglypuff [Smash]
B Button: Rollout
Smash B: Pound
Jigglypuff's normal attacks are weak, and because of its light weight it's easily sent flying. However, with its incredible midair agility, it seems to dance when airborne. Rollout is a powerful speed attack, but be careful not to fly off the edge. Pound does serious damage, and it can also help as a recovery move.
51 Jigglypuff [Smash]
Up & B Button: Sing
Down & B: Rest
Jigglypuff can put its enemies to sleep if they are in range of its Sing attack, although the attack does not work on airborne foes. Rest puts Jigglypuff into a deep sleep, but at the instant it drops off, an intense energy force radiates out of the exact center of its body. If this force comes in contact with an enemy, look out! Rest is Jigglypuff's wild card.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Snake's codec[edit]

  • Snake: Aw, there's a big eyeball walking around here...
  • Colonel: That's just Jigglypuff.
  • Snake: Jigglypuff? Is that some kind of marshmallow?
  • Colonel: Jigglypuff is a balloon-shaped Pokémon. It may be light and puffy and full of air, but its Sleep ability is devastating.
  • Snake: Sleep...? What's so devastating about it going to sleep?
  • Colonel: The instant it falls asleep, there's a huge buildup of energy in its center of gravity. If it hits you, it's lights out for sure.
  • Snake: So it puts a lot of energy into sleeping? Sounds pretty irresponsible if you ask me.
  • Colonel: Takes all kinds, Snake. Especially here in Brawl.


# Name Image Appearance(s) Description
73 Jigglypuff
GB Pokémon Red/Blue
DS Pokémon Diamond/Pearl
A Balloon Pokémon. It invites opponents in close with its big, round eyes, then puts them to sleep with a calming song. The secret to the song's unfailing efficacy is Jigglypuff's ability to sing on the wavelength that will make its opponent the sleepiest. It also uses Attract to infatuate opponents who touch it. It uses a Moon Stone to evolve into Wigglytuff.
74 Puff Up
WII Super Smash Bros. Brawl Jigglypuff's Final Smash. It wills its body to get bigger and bigger and bigger. It can't move, and it can't attack--all it can do is get bigger while everyone else looks on. However, it's invulnerable, and it overpowers all attacks to gradually push its opponents off the screen. It's a very simple technique, but how it's used determines its effectiveness.


Image Game Effect
Sticker Jigglypuff.png Pokémon series [Body, Spin] - Attack +31
Usable by: Pikachu, Pokémon Trainer, Lucario, Jigglypuff

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U[edit]

Trophies (Both Versions)[edit]

Name Image Appears in Description
GB Pokémon Red/Blue (9/1998)
3DS Pokémon X and Y (10/2013)
This Normal/Fairy-type Pokémon is best known for its soothing singing, which can put foes to sleep. In Smash Bros., it fights best in the air and can even jump six times in a row. The downside, though, is that Jigglypuff's so light, most opponents could launch it in their sleep!
Jigglypuff (Alt.)

N/A Jigglypuff's down special Rest sends this Pokémon into a deep sleep that damages and launches any foe it's touching upon napping. They'll even take damage after being hit! It's a pretty challenging move to land, though, and it leaves Jigglypuff wide open to revenge. Be careful when you use it.

GB Pokémon Red/Blue (9/1998)
3DS Pokémon X and Y (10/2013)

Red indicates exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS version. Blue indicates exclusive to the Wii U version.

Trophies (Wii U)[edit]

Name Image Description
Puff Up
When Jigglypuff uses its Final Smash, it starts to grow bigger. And bigger. And bigger! Before you know it, Jigglypuff will have completely taken over the screen-and there's no way to make it stop. On smaller stages, fighters may find there's nowhere left to stand! At near full size, Jigglypuff will damage and launch anyone it touches.

Palutena's Guidance[edit]

  • Pit: That's Jigglypuff, the Balloon Pokémon.
  • Viridi: Look at the way it floats! It must be light as air.
  • Palutena: Don't let it's cuddly appearance fool you. Its one of the most aerodynamic fighters out there. And it has a deadly attack called Rest. When Jigglypuff lands the move, the effects can be devastating.
  • Viridi: However, that move does render Jigglypuff vulnerable for a short period of time afterward.
  • Palutena: So when you see Jigglypuff start to fall asleep, that's your cue to move in for the kill.
  • Pit: Gotcha. I'll be sure to keep an eye out for when it nods off.

Name in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese プリン
Combination of "fūsen" (風船, balloon) and "fukuren" (膨れる, to expand). Also, come from "pudding".
Spanish Jigglypuff
French Rondoudou From "rond" (round, chubby), "roudoudou" (a French word for a affectionate nickname for childs), "doudou" (a doll for the childs' comfort) and "doux" (soft).
German Pummeluff From "pummelig" (chubby) and "fluff".
Italian Jigglypuff
Korean 푸린
Like the Japanese name.
Chinese Hong Kong: 波波球
Taiwan / China: 胖丁
A corruption of the Japanese name. 球 ("kàuh") mean "ball".

Pun of 胖 ("pàng", fat) and 布丁 ("bùdīng", pudding).


  • Jigglypuff only has five recolors in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, instead of the usual six. This is also shared with Pokémon Trainer, Lucario, and Sonic.