Chain Attack

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Chain Attack is Shulk's Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. On use, Shulk will emit a light directly in front of him. Opponents caught in the light will be brought to a cinematic of Shulk, Riki, and Dunban attacking them repeatedly, followed by being launched. If the light doesn't connect with anyone, the Final Smash will fail.

The damage output of the Chain Attack can be effected by the Monado Arts, with the Jump Art dealing about 40%, Speed dealing about 35%, Shield dealing about 28%, Buster dealing about 56%, and Smash dealing about 20% but launches opponents further. Additionally, the dialogue spoken between the characters is random, though it has no effect on the move itself.

Trophy information[edit]

Name 3DS Image Wii U Image Appears in NTSC-U Description PAL Description
Chain Attack N/A ChainAttackTrophyWiiU.png N/A In Xenoblade Chronicles, building up the party's team spirit would let them unleash a chain attack, using multiple Arts in a row to deal massive damage. In this game, Shulk's Final Smash calls party members Dunban and Riki to help obliterate an unlucky target... or multiple targets if you catch more than one in the circle of light!
Dunban DunbanTrophy3DS.png DunbanTrophyWiiU.png Wii Xenoblade Chronicles (04/2012) Dunban was hailed as a hero when he stopped the Mechon invasion of Bionis with the Monado. However, it cost him the use of his right arm. He's always looking out for others, and Shulk sees him as an older brother. In Shulk's Final Smash, Dunban, Riki, and Shulk team up to overwhelm the enemy! Dunban was hailed as a hero when he stopped the Mechon invasion of Bionis with the Monado. However, he lost the use of his right arm in doing so. He's always looking out for others, and Shulk sees him as an older brother. Dunban and Riki join the fight in Shulk's Final Smash, where the three team up to overwhelm the enemy!
Riki RikiTrophy3DS.png RikiTrophyWiiU.png Wii Xenoblade Chronicles (04/2012) A Nopon from Frontier Village in Xenoblade Chronicles. Despite appearances, this year's legendary Heropon is actually a middle-aged father of 11. If you summon him in this game, he'll use Arts to knock over your foes, freeze them, and even send them to sleep. Riki can also heal you, but if he does, he'll heal everyone else too! A Nopon from Frontier Village in Xenoblade Chronicles. Despite appearances, the current legendary Heropon is actually a middle-aged father to 11. Summon him in this game and he'll use arts to knock your foes over, freeze them, and even send them to sleep. Riki can also heal you, but if he does, he'll heal everyone else too!

Blue indicates exclusive to the Wii U version.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Cadena Chain