Pokémon Stadium 2

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Pokémon Stadium 2

Pokémon Stadium 2 is a stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and it returns in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Although basically a copy of the Pokémon Stadium from Super Smash Bros. Melee, it differs in appearance to match that of Pokémon Stadium 2, hence the name. The terrain will occasionally shift into one of four different types, and these types are different than those that the other Pokémon Stadium changes into. The terrain types are Ice, Electric, Ground, and Flying. Ice will cause the battlefield to become extremely slippery, thus, making it hard for players to keep their footing. The Electric terrain will cause two conveyor belts to appear, moving the players to the outer edge of the battlefield if they stand on them. In the Ground terrain, a mountain of earth appears in the center of the stage. When the Flying terrain appears, all players will be able to float in the air much longer after jumping, as strong wind blows upwards. The electric field contains conveyer belts which drag items off the stage, and move players standing on them. Each different stage type contains some Pokémon in the background which are of the appropriate type. These Pokémon are:

Pokémon Stadium 2 also has a very minor role in the Subspace Emissary. After completing the Story mode, the player can go back to the Swamp stage, and enter a newly placed red door. By entering it, the player will face Jigglypuff; if beaten, it will become playable. If not, the player will be taken back to the Emissary map, and the level will end with the "Stage Clear" Screen. The door to the Jigglypuff battle will stay until Jigglypuff is unlocked.


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Ground Stadium Electric Stadium
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Flying Stadium Ice Stadium

Songs in My Music[edit]

Name Source Credits Requirements
Pokémon Main Theme Pokémon Arrangement: Seiji Momoi
Road to Viridian City (From Pallet Town / Pewter City) Pokémon Red and Blue Arrangement Supervisor: Shogo Sakai Clear Event 8
Pokémon Center Pokémon Arrangement Supervisor: Kentaro Ishizaka Collect 200 different stickers
Pokémon Gym / Evolution Pokémon Arrangement: Kenichi Okuma
Wild Pokémon Battle! (Ruby / Sapphire) Pokémon Ruby / Sapphire Arrangement Supervisor: Shogo Sakai

Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ポケモンスタジアム 2
Pokémon Sutajiamu Tsu
Pokémon Stadium 2
Spanish Estadio Pokémon 2 Pokémon Stadium 2


The poster in a close view.
  • A poster with a picture of a cat that resembles the Wii Hint Cat can be seen inside the house where Snorunt resides. It is unknown whose cat it is; Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed that it is not his, despite major rumors to the contrary.[1]


  1. ^ Masahiro Sakuai's Twitter @Sora_Sakurai Retrieved November 29, 2014.