Bottles

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Bottles
Bottles spirit from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Full name Bottles the Short-Sighted Mole
Species Mole
First appearance Banjo-Kazooie (1998, Banjo-Kazooie series)
Club Nintendo ("Super Mario in Aloha Hawaii") (1998, Mario-related media)
Latest appearance Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Challenger Pack 3) (2019)
Latest portrayal Lee Ray (1998–present)

Bottles is a nearsighted mole who wears large, thick, Coke-bottle-framed glasses, originating from the Banjo-Kazooie series. In the games, he serves as a mentor to Banjo teaching him various important aspects about the game, including his moves.

History[edit]

Club Nintendo comics[edit]

"Super Mario in Aloha Hawaii"[edit]

In the Club Nintendo comic, "Super Mario in Aloha Hawaii", Bottles brings Mario along on a trip to Hawaii. While there, the two get into many shenanigans, including entering into a golf tournament. However, they accidentally wreck the course and Bottles is last seen being chased by Mario into the horizon.

Minecraft[edit]

Through an update released on January 30, 2018, Bottles appears as a skin in the Wii U and Nintendo Switch versions of Minecraft alongside other Microsoft characters.[1]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Bottles appears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, in the background of the Spiral Mountain stage as part of the Banjo & Kazooie downloadable content pack. In addition, he appears as a spirit, with his new model in the game being used as artwork.

Gallery[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate spirit[edit]

Name Image Series / game Type Class Strength / effect(s) How to obtain Spirit battle
Opponent(s) Battle conditions Stage Song
Bottles Bottles spirit from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Banjo-Kazooie Series Primary (2) Advanced Shield DLC Spirits Donkey Kong Rule: Invisibility; Item: Pitfall
  • The enemy is invisible
  • The enemy favors side specials
  • The enemy is easily distracted by items
Spiral Mountain Spiral Mountain

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ボトルズ
Botoruzu
Bottles
Italian Bottles -

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Tweet by Nintendo of America. Twitter. Retrieved June 12, 2019.