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Assist Trophy
Assist Trophy.jpg

First appearance

Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Latest appearance

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018)

Effect on player

Summons a random Nintendo or third-party character when picked up.
“Assist Trophies allow you to enjoy even more characters who couldn’t quite make it as playable fighters. You may even see some that only the most dedicated fans will recognize, so you’ll have to look forward to them.”
Masahiro Sakurai, Smash Bros. DOJO!!
The Assist Trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

The Assist Trophy is an item in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It calls forth a random character to assist the player who used the item, similar to the Poké Ball item. This is unique in that the character released is from an actual Nintendo or third-party series, but is not playable. As a result, it introduces characters who couldn't make the cut as playable fighters. Almost all characters that come out of the Assist Trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl are invincible; however, in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, many characters can take damage and can even be KO'd (in the latter game, the opponent that defeats them earns a point), although characters that don't appear on the stage itself such as Andross and Nintendog remain invulnerable to attacks.[1]

Players must be on the ground to summon an Assist Trophy's character. If a player is attacked and sent flying after grabbing the Assist Trophy, but before breaking it open, they must land before they can call forth the Assist Trophy's character. Except in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[2], only one Assist Trophy can appear at a time, unlike Poké Balls.

List of Assist Trophy characters[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]


Image Name Description
Andross.jpg Andross StarFox Emblem.png Andross, the main villain from the Star Fox series appears from the Assist Trophy, and, floating in the background of a stage, inhales and spits forth a flurry of harmful polygons that damage characters. His appearance and attack are based on his depiction in the original, SNES, Star Fox.
Devil Brawl screenshot.png Devil SmashBros Emblem.png The Devil is the main antagonist of the Nintendo Entertainment System game, Devil World, released only in Japan and Europe.

When summoned, the Devil will first appear as a bat and fly to the top of the screen. Once at the top, the Devil assumes his true form and begins pointing in one of the cardinal directions, causing the camera, which is otherwise fixed in place during this time, to move in the direction he points. As a result of this, the blast zones of the stages change continuously until the Devil disappears.

Dr. Wright Brawl.jpg Dr. Wright SmashBros Emblem.png Dr. Wright, the player's assistant from the SNES version of SimCity, appears and attacks opponents by using his pointer stick to pull a skyscraper from the ground, sending them flying upwards. The attack is executed right in front of Dr. Wright and the vertical range is very high, so fighters should run away immediately after he is released. There is a one-in-ten chance that Dr. Wright will summon a particularly large skyscraper for even more range and power.
BrawlExcitebike.jpg Excitebike SmashBros Emblem.png A group of Excitebikers from the game Excitebike, appearing in their original 8-bit form, drive across the stage, dragging players along with them, eventually driving off screen with the players caught.
Assist Trophy 4.jpg Hammer Bro Mario Emblem.png A Hammer Bro appears on the stage and throws hammers at opponents. He can jump up and throw them in midair and he can also throw hammers while on the ground.
BrawlHelirin.jpg Helirin SmashBros Emblem.png Helirin is a vehicle from Kuru Kuru Kururin. It is a yellow and blue helicopter-like vehicle with large wings that slowly rotates. It acts as an additional platform, rotating on its axis and moving, sometimes getting in the way when players are trying to recover.
Jeff Brawl screenshot.png Jeff EarthBound Emblem.png Jeff Andonuts is one of the main heroes in EarthBound and the son of the scientist Dr. Andonuts. In EarthBound, whereas the rest of Ness's party can utilize PSI attacks, Jeff's attacks use guns and other gadgets, such as various types of bottle rockets and stat-altering devices.

As an Assist Trophy, he prepares and launches a set of five bottle rockets, which shoot into the air, homing in on enemies in unpredictable trajectories. There will always be four small bottle rockets followed by a big bottle rocket at the end, but there is a one-in-five chance that he will summon a second wave of rockets before disappearing.

Jill AT Brawl.png Jill SmashBros Emblem.png Jill is a character originally from Drill Dozer. She is the daughter of Doug, the leader of the Red Dozers bandit gang, who was ambushed by a rival gang and had the powerful Red Diamond stolen by them. She sets out to retrieve it on her father's behalf.

When she appears as an Assist Trophy, also referred to as "Jill & Drill Dozer"[3], she rides around the stage using her Drill Dozer, drilling any opponents who come into contact with her. After a while, a whirlwind appears around her that impedes enemies until she disappears.

Kat and Ana Brawl screenshot.png Kat & Ana Wario Emblem.png Kat & Ana swiftly move across the stage together, slicing any players in their way.
Vulcan Jab.jpg Knuckle Joe Kirby Emblem.png Knuckle Joe is a recurring enemy in the Kirby series. who first appeared in Kirby Super Star, where he grants Kirby the Fighter ability when inhaled and has appeared in numerous games since, still granting Kirby the Fighter ability when inhaled.

When summoned as an Assist Trophy, Knuckle Joe hops to the nearest opponent and deliver a flurry of Vulcan Jabs. He performs this one more time before finishing off the opponent with either a Rising Break or Smash Punch, both signature moves of the Fighter ability from the Kirby series, then disappears.

BrawlLakitu.jpg Lakitu Mario Emblem.png Lakitu, appearing in his 8-Bit Super Mario Bros. form, tosses Spinies, who are also in 8-Bit form, onto the ground, which damage players on contact. Lakitu can be damaged.
Little Mac.jpg Little Mac SmashBros Emblem.png Coming from the game Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!, when Little Mac appears, he will continue to punch the opposing player closest to him. He then finishes with a powerful uppercut move.
Lyn Brawl screenshot.png Lyn FireEmblem Emblem.png Lyn, full name Lyndis, is from the GBA Fire Emblem game. Having grown up in a camp of hunter-gatherers, she finds out she is the granddaughter of the Marquess of Caelin and the next in the line of succession for the throne of her homeland, and sets out to claim her birthright while evading the plans of her great-uncle Lundgren, who had her grandfather poisoned in a bid to seize the throne for himself.

When she appears, she charges for an attack. She then teleports to an enemy (usually whoever's closest to her) and slashes at them using her signature weapon, the Mani Katti, launching them far. This attack is very powerful and difficult to avoid, capable of hitting enemies that are in the air and even certain characters in their final smashes.

BrawlMetroid.jpg Metroid Metroid Emblem.png A Metroid from the series of the same name will float around the stage, latching onto any players it encounters and sucking their health away, similar to what they do in the Metroid games.
Mr. Resetti.jpg Mr. Resetti AnimalCrossing Emblem.png Mr. Resetti is a character from the Animal Crossing series. When he is released, he simply stands in one spot, and lectures the players through a speech bubble. Mr. Resetti also occasionally causes a small explosion when he is furious. Mr. Resetti can be made to disappear prematurely if the stage scrolls or the platform he is on is destroyed and there's a knockout zone below him.
Nintendog Brawl.png Nintendog SmashBros Emblem.png A Nintendog from the game Nintendogs briefly appears on the battleground before coming up to the screen and blocking the players' views, causing great distraction.
Saki Amamiya.jpg Saki Amamiya SmashBros Emblem.png Saki Amamiya, from Sin and Punishment, is a human that was given the blood of the ruffians (creatures created by scientists that mutated and started attacking people) while fighting them, giving him superhuman abilities.

When he appears, Saki takes out his Cannon Sword and attacks opponents with it. Saki can either fire a burst of shots, dealing moderate damage with weak knockback, or slash in front of himself, strongly damaging opponents and potentially launching them off the stage.

Samurai Goroh Brawl.png Samurai Goroh F-Zero Emblem.png Samurai Goroh is a pilot from the F-Zero series. He is a bounty hunter who has a rivalry with Captain Falcon. As a Trophy, he appears and slashes away at the fighters with his katana. He can jump while slashing horizontally.
StafyBrawl.jpg Starfy SmashBros Emblem.png Starfy, from the Legendary Starfy series, appears as a vulnerable Assist Trophy. Starfy will perform his spin attack on an opponent if he has the chance. However, fighters can easily attack him and send him flying.
Tingle Brawl screenshot.png Tingle Zelda Emblem.png Tingle is a recurring character from the The Legend of Zelda series. He is a middle-aged man who wears a skintight, green suit and has an obsession with fairies.

When summoned, he will perform his "Kooloo-Limpah" dance and one of five random effects will happen. These events include spawning multiple Hammers and Golden Hammers, having everyone under the effects of the Superspicy Curry item, making all the opponents slip for a few seconds, zooming the camera in on the character who summoned Tingle, or even doing nothing and flying away with his balloons.

WaluigiBrawl.jpg Waluigi Mario Emblem.png Waluigi chases after a selected foe, kicks them onto the ground and finally, he does one final power kick, or hits the player with his racket.


Image Name Description
Custom Robo.jpg Ray Mk III SmashBros Emblem.png Ray Mk III, sometimes mistakenly referred to as Custom Robo[4], is the latest robot of the Ray series and first appears in Custom Robo Arena. It is given to the player character as a gift after impressing the president of the robot research and manufacturing company, NeoBrain.

It is unlocked as an Assist Trophy in Brawl after playing at least 100 matches in Brawl mode or its related modes. Being a toy, it is very small, but it is able to fly around the stage at fast speeds. While attacking, it alternates between the two guns in its hands, firing bullets from its left and missiles from its right. The bullets are released in quick volleys and the missiles are single-fire that home in on opponents.

Isaac.jpg Isaac SmashBros Emblem.png Isaac is the main character of the Golden Sun series. He is an Venus Adept who has the power to use psychic energy revolving around either the manipulation of the ground and nature or simple non-combat abilities such as moving objects.

The player will unlock him after having played 200 matches in the Brawl mode or its relatives. When he appears, Isaac summons a giant hand (a utility ability called Move) and sends it to the end of the stage, pushing any opponents along with it. He does this three times before disappearing. The hand does not do any direct damage; its only purpose is to send opponents off of the stage.

Infantry and Tanks.jpg Infantry and Tanks SmashBros Emblem.png The Infantry and Tanks are two units in the Wars series. They are basic units of each warring nations, colored as red, which is the player's side, and blue, which is an enemy's side.

When summoned as Trophies, they take on red 8-bit forms, and an alarm will sound as they will move to one side, shooting opponents with guns and blasting them with cannons. To unlock them, the player must play 300 matches in Vs. Mode or any related mode.

Barbara.jpg Barbara SmashBros Emblem.png Barbara originates from the Japan-only game, Daigasso! Band Brothers (whose sequel was released in Europe as Jam with the Band). When released, she plays her guitar, sending a powerful field of music around her, which damages opposing players caught in it. The final note does the most damage and has the biggest radius. To unlock her, the player must collect 25 hidden songs.
Gray Fox Brawl.png Gray Fox MetalGear Emblem.png Gray Fox, from the Metal Gear series was originally an operative for the United States Army special forces unit FOXHOUND called Frank Jaeger. Subjected to gene experimentation, he was placed inside an exoskeleton and became a mercenary. Although he fought against Solid Snake and Big Boss several times, he secretly helped them before his death during the Shadow Moses Incident in 2005.

When summoned, he runs and jumps across the screen toward other fighters, slashing them multiple times with his katana. He can deflect projectiles, and is unique among Assist Trophies in that he will return from above should he fall off the stage. To unlock him, the player must unlock Snake.

Shadow the Hedgehog.jpg Shadow the Hedgehog Sonic Emblem.png Sonic's longtime rival from the Sonic the Hedgehog series, Shadow, appears as an Assist Trophy. Shadow uses Chaos Control to slow down all opposing fighters. To unlock him, the player must unlock Sonic.

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

Unlike in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, all Assist Trophies are usable from the start of the game.

Image Name Description Defeatable
SSB4 Andross.jpg Andross StarFox Emblem.png Andross returns as an Assist Trophy. He retains his features from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. No
Ashley ssb4.jpg Ashley Wario Emblem.png Ashley from the WarioWare series appears as an Assist Trophy, her design based on her Game & Wario appearance. She creates a purple cloud when summoned, which causes opponents caught in it to move slower and take continuous damage, causes healing items to inflict damage, and also causes other random effects.[5] No
SSB4 Chain Chomp.png Chain Chomp Mario Emblem.png Chain Chomp appears as an Assist Trophy. It attacks players by lunging at them, much akin to its mainstream Mario appearances. No
SSB4 WiiU ColorTV15.jpg Color TV-Game 15 SmashBros Emblem.png The Color TV-Game 15 was the second model in Nintendo's Japan-only line of Color TV-Game dedicated consoles, some of the earliest video game products released by the company. Released in 1977, the Color TV-Game 15 features two controllers and fifteen variations of "Light Tennis".

When summoned as an Assist Trophy, the two paddles appear on both sides of the screen as a game starts. The two paddles proceed to hit the ball back and forth, the ball damaging any opponents in its path that it hits. Players can also attack the ball to send it in a different direction. A score is kept above, though it does not impact the match; clapping can also be heard each time a point is scored.

Dark Samus Wii U.jpg Dark Samus Metroid Emblem.png Dark Samus is the main antagonist of the Metroid Prime series. It is a Metroid Prime, created after it merged with Samus Aran's Phazon Suit in order to survive, first appearing as such in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes.

She appears as an Assist Trophy using her appearance from Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, attacking using a variety of Phazon-based abilities, such as tentacles that sprout from the ground, a burst of shots from her arm cannon, or spherical missiles that home in on enemies. If enough damage is dealt to her, a ball of light forms around her before she disappears; otherwise, she simply disappears after a period of time. Dark Samus is also the basis for one of Samus' alternate colorations.

SSB4 Devil.png Devil SmashBros Emblem.png The Devil returns as an Assist Trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and attacks in largely the same way as before. No
SSB4 WiiU Dillon.jpg Dillon SmashBros Emblem.png Dillon is an armadillo ranger and the titular main protagonist from Dillon's Rolling Western and Dillon's Rolling Western: The Last Ranger. After being hired as a ranger to make money, his job is to defend villages from being raided by creatures called Grocks.

After being summoned as an Assist Trophy, he charges up a rolling attack similar to Sonic's Spin Dash and leaps forward, striking any opponents in his path. After doing this a few times, he charges up a more powerful attack that sends him flying off the stage before disappearing.

SSB Wii U Kawshima.jpg Dr. Kawashima SmashBros Emblem.png Dr. Kawashima creates numbers that can be attacked to knock them around. When they collide and the numbers add up to 10 or more, they cause an explosion, which gets even larger and deals greater knockback if the result is exactly 10.[5] No
SSB4 Dr. Wright.png Dr. Wright SmashBros Emblem.png Dr. Wright returns as an Assist Trophy, retaining his previous features. No
SSB4 Elec Man.png Elec Man MegaMan Emblem.png Elec Man is a Robot Master from the original Mega Man series, and one of the six bosses of the first Mega Man. He was originally created by Dr. Light for the purpose of controlling the voltage at nuclear power plants, but was reprogrammed by Dr. Wily along with Light's other Robot Masters as part of his plan to take over the world.

When summoned as an Assist Trophy, he runs and jumps around the stage and fires his Special Weapon, Thunder Beam, which sends out bolts of electricity in three directions that damage any opponents they hit.

SSB4 WiiU Ghirahim.jpg Ghirahim Zelda Emblem.png Ghirahim is one of the primary antagonists in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, who sought to revive his master, the Demon King Demise, who once razed the land that lay below Skyloft. In order to do so, he intends to offer Zelda as a sacrifice. He was first announced as an Assist Trophy in a Miiverse post by Masahiro Sakurai[6].

He attacks primarily through his sword and by throwing projectile diamonds when jumping. He constantly moves around while attacking and, if he falls off the stage, teleports to the edge. If enough damage is dealt to him, he will stagger before disappearing; otherwise, he will simply go away after a period of time.[5]

SSB4 Ghosts.jpg Ghosts Pac-ManEmblem.png Inky, Blinky, Pinky, and Clyde appear as an Assist Trophy, taking their appearance from the original Pac-Man arcade game. All four randomly appear on the stage and attack opponents in a similar fashion to their appearance in the first Pac-Man game. After a while, they speed up before leaving the screen. No
Hammer Bro Wii U.jpg Hammer Bro Mario Emblem.png Hammer Bro returns as an Assist Trophy character. He retains his features from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Yes
Infantry & Tanks Wii U.jpg Infantry and Tanks SmashBros Emblem.png The Infantry and Tanks make a reappearance as a Assist Trophy, retaining their sprite design and tactics from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, except at a smaller size. No
SSB4 WiiU Isabelle.jpg Isabelle AnimalCrossing Emblem.png Isabelle; a character from the Animal Crossing series who made her debut in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, appears as an Assist Trophy. She assists fighters by tossing different types of fruit. No
SSB for Wii U Jeff.jpg Jeff EarthBound Emblem.png Jeff from EarthBound returns as a Assist Trophy with the same attack as in Super Smash Bros. Brawl (as well as his 1 in 5 chance of attacking twice), though now his fireworks move straight up before homing in on opponents. No
Kat n ana smash 4.jpeg Kat & Ana Wario Emblem.png Kat & Ana return as a Assist Trophy, retaining their attack from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, while being updated to reflect their Game & Wario appearance. No
SSB4 Knuckle Joe.png Knuckle Joe Kirby Emblem.png Knuckle Joe returns as an Assist Trophy. He largely retains his features from the previous installment, but his attacks are weaker, and he can perform two Rising Breaks or Smash Punches before disappearing rather than one like in the previous game. Yes
Lakitu Wii U.jpg LakituMario Emblem.png Lakitu and Spinies return, retaining their design and tactics from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, albeit at a faster pace. Yes
SSB4 Lyn.png Lyn FireEmblem Emblem.png Lyn returns as an Assist Trophy - besides an updated appearance, she largely remains the same as in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, reusing the same attack with the same effects. However, she is now able to be damaged; if enough damage is done to her before she attacks, she will disappear; otherwise, she disappears after attacking. Yes
SSB4 Magnus.jpg Magnus KidIcarus Emblem.png Magnus is one of Pit's allies in Kid Icarus: Uprising and is considered to be one of the strongest humans in the world.

As an Assist Trophy, he attacks by using his club-like sword. Magnus's attacks are very strong, quick, and can attack fighters hanging from ledges. He can also jump to reach airborne fighters and dash forward to reach those farther away. If he starts to fall towards a pit, he jumps back towards the edge. If enough damage is dealt to him, he falls to the ground before disappearing; otherwise, he simply disappears after a period of time.

SSB4 Metroid.jpg Metroid Metroid Emblem.png The Metroid retains the same basic attack pattern as it had in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Yes
SSB4 Midna.png Midna Zelda Emblem.png Midna is a Twili and a central character appearing in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Originally the titular Twilight Princess and ruler of the Twilight Realm, she was overthrown by Zant and transformed into an imp form by him. Afterward, she leaves the realm to collect the Fused Shadows to defeat him.

As an Assist Trophy, she attacks by grabbing fighters with her hair and throwing them. If no opponents are near her, she teleports to their location.

SSB4 Mother Brain.jpg Mother Brain Metroid Emblem.png Mother Brain is a large, biological computer resembling a cycloptic, spiked brain and the leader of the Space Pirates that appears as a recurring antagonist in the Metroid series of games.

When she first appears, several Rinkas appear that damage opponents, though, as they are energy-based, they can be absorbed or reflected. After some time she then uses the Laser Brain Attack for massive damage. When she uses the attack, however, the glass surrounding her container shatters, allowing opponents to attack and defeat her.

SSB4 WiiU NightmareWizard.jpg Nightmare Kirby Emblem.png Nightmare (also referred to as Nightmare Wizard) is a major antagonist in the Kirby series, appearing as the final boss of both Kirby's Adventure and its remake, Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land. In both games, Nightmare tried to plunge the realm of Dream Land into darkness, but he was defeated by the combined forces of King Dedede and Kirby wielding the power of the Star Rod.

As an Assist Trophy, he was first shown off in a Miiverse post by Masahiro Sakurai.[7]. He takes on his Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land appearance. When summoned, Nightmare will first appear in his Orb Form before flying to the top of the screen. After a few seconds, he will immediately appear in the background of the stage while cackling. He will enlarge himself as he shrouds the stage in darkness. During this time, the entire screen will be black, confusing both players and CPU opponents. Several seconds later, the darkness will slowly fade away, along with Nightmare.

SSB4 WiiU Nintendog.jpg Nintendog Nintendogs Symbol.png The Nintendog maintains its Assist Trophy features from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. However, the French Bulldog is used, instead of the Labrador Retriever. No
Phosphora Wii U.jpg Phosphora KidIcarus Emblem.png Phosphora (full title Lightning Flash Phosphora) is a character from Kid Icarus: Uprising. She specializes in lightning-based attacks and is one of the commanders in the Forces of Nature, alongside Arlon the Serene and led by Viridi. She fights Pit in Chapter 14 and later becomes an ally of his, along with the Forces of Nature.

When summoned as an Assist Trophy, she attacks all her opponents with lightning attacks. She either creates three small balls of electricity, one giant sphere of electricity, or three quick strikes of lightning. Attacking Phosphora does not defeat her, but it makes her flinch temporarily. Every time she is hit, she moves away from the stage, making it harder for her to hit. Phosphora's attacks can be absorbed or reflected.

SSB4 WiiU Riki.jpg Riki XenobladeEmblem.png Riki is one of the seven playable characters in Xenoblade Chronicles. He is a Nopon regarded as the "Heropon" of Frontier Village, but this is mostly so that he can repay all of his debts. Though he acts immature, he is still a loyal member of Shulk's group as they fight against the Mechon.

After being summoned as an Assist Trophy[8], he uses a variety of his Battle Arts: Happy Happy increases the attack and launching power of all fighters, Freezinate temporarily freezes nearby opponents (dealing minor damage as well), Yoink! brings all items closer to him, Bedtime temporarily puts nearby enemies to sleep, You Can Do It lightly heals all fighters, and Roly Poly] trips all grounded opponents. Riki also makes an appearance alongside Dunban in Shulk's Final Smash, Chain Attack.

Prince of Sable Wii U.jpg Prince of Sablé SmashBros Emblem.png The Prince of Sablé is the unnamed main protagonist of the Japan-exclusive Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru (literally "The Frog for Whom the Bell Tolls"), released on the Game Boy.

He was first announced in a Miiverse post by Masahiro Sakurai[9]. He attacks players by transforming into a frog and hopping around, then transforming into a snake and slithering across the ground. If he encounters any opponents, he traps them in a smoke cloud and continuously attacks them, similar to battles in his game of origin; other players can also be caught in this. Afterward, he transforms back into his human form.

Saki Wii U.jpg Saki Amamiya SmashBros Emblem.png Saki returns as an Assist Trophy, retaining his previous features. Yes
Samurai Goroh Wii U.jpg Samurai Goroh F-Zero Emblem.png Samurai Goroh returns as an Assist Trophy, retaining his previous features. Yes
Shadow Wii U.jpg Shadow the Hedgehog Sonic Emblem.png Shadow returns as an Assist Trophy, keeping his abilities from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. No
SSB for Wii U Sheriff.jpg Sheriff SmashBros Emblem.png The Sheriff is the protagonist of an arcade game also called Sheriff. Designed after a typical Western sheriff, he goes after a group of bandits that have kidnapped a damsel in distress.

When spawned as an Assist Trophy, he walks around the screen and shoots bullets towards other enemies (though he sometimes fires in a haphazard direction), emulating his attacks from Sheriff. If enough damage is dealt to him, he displays his "injured" sprite from Sheriff before disappearing; otherwise, he disappears after enough time has passed.

MAJORA-Daily.jpeg Skull Kid Zelda Emblem.png Skull Kid is a major antagonist in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, being possessed by the titular mask and calling the moon to crash down on Termina in three days if not stopped.

When summoned as an Assist Trophy, he emits a dark aura that either reverses the stage or flips it upside down, both of which reverse the controls.

SSB4 WiiU Starfy.jpg Starfy SmashBros Emblem.png Starfy returns as an Assist Trophy. He retains his features from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Yes
StarmanATWiiU.jpg Starman EarthBound Emblem.png Starmen are an alien race that serve Giygas in Mother and EarthBound. In EarthBound, Starmen teleported before being engaged in battle and attacked by firing beams.

Once summoned as an Assist Trophy, the Starman proceeds to teleport around the stage. After it teleports, the Starman stops in its place, glows, and attacks using either PK Beam γ or PK Beam Ω. Getting hit by one of these attacks causes moderate damage and the player is momentarily stunned. The beams act like energy projectiles, so they can be absorbed or reflected. If the opponents cause enough damage to the Starman while it's still active, the Starman is defeated, displaying both the "SMAAAASH!" text and sound effect from EarthBound before disappearing prematurely.

SSB4 WiiU Takamaru.jpg Takamaru SmashBros Emblem.png Takamaru is the protagonist of The Mysterious Murasame Castle.

Like in his original game, he attacks by quickly slashing with his katana and by throwing shurikens in the four cardinal directions. He constantly moves around while attacking and jumps back to the stage's edge if he starts to fall to a pit. If enough damage is dealt to him, he becomes staggered before disappearing; otherwise, he simply goes away after a period of time.

SSB4 WiiU Tingle.jpg Tingle Zelda Emblem.png Tingle returns as an Assist Trophy character. He retains his features from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. No
SSB4 Waluigi.jpg Waluigi Mario Emblem.png Waluigi returns as an Assist Trophy. He retains his features from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Yes

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

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Image Name Description Defeatable
Akira screenshot SSBU.jpg Akira SmashBros Emblem.png Akira Yuki is one of the main characters of the Virtua Fighter series. A master of the Hakkyoku-ken (Eight-Way Fist) style, his appearance in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is patterned after the original game in the series, with a low polygon count giving him a "blocky" look. When summoned, Akira will run toward an opponent and attack them with moves like a forward palm strike and an elbow strike, as well as his signature moves like the Tetsuzanko (a body check) and the Renkantai (a double kick). He can also auto-guard. Before leaving the battlefield, he salutes the opponent and says his catch phrase, 「十年早いんだよ!」 (Jū'nen hayai'n da yo!, "You are ten years too early!") Yes
Alucard SSBU.png Alucard CastlevaniaSymbol.svg Alucard is the son of Dracula who appears from the Castlevania series. A dhampir (son of Dracula with a human woman), Alucard opposes his father's crusade against humanity, having been taught by his mother, in her dying breath, not to hold grudges against humans. Having helped vampire hunter Trevor Belmont defeat Dracula once, Alucard awakens again, sensing a strange evil energy coming from his father's abode, and uncovers a plot to resurrect him.

His appearance and moves take inspiration from his role as the protagonist in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night: he attacks using the Crissaegrim (aka Valmanway), transforms into a bat, and uses Mist Form to evade opponents' attacks.[10]

Andross screenshot SSBU.png Andross StarFox Emblem.png Andross returns as an Assist Trophy. As he shoots polygons at players from the background, he cannot take damage from opponents. No
ArcadeBunny1.jpg Arcade Bunny SmashBros Emblem.png The Arcade Bunny is the host of the Nintendo 3DS game Nintendo Badge Arcade. After he is summoned, the crane from the original game appears at the top and begins to move left and right, dropping down periodically in an attempt to drag an opponent up, while the Arcade Bunny stands in the background. It can only do this three times, as indicated by the number on the crane which decreases by one after it descends. Once it is depleted, the Arcade Bunny and crane disappear.[11] No
Ashley Wario Emblem.png Ashley reappears from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U as an Assist Trophy, using the same move. This time, her eyes glow red for the duration of the attack.[10] No
Black Knight FireEmblem Emblem.png The Black Knight is a recurring antagonist in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. The second-in-command to the Mad King Ashnard, this mysterious knight was the man responsible for murdering Ike's father, Greil, for which Ike embarks on a quest of vengeance parallel to the liberation of Tellius.

When summoned, the Black Knight will walk slowly across the stage, striking any fighter that crosses his path. His attacks have a high launching potential, and he is immune to flinching when attacked.

SSBUltimate Bomberman.jpg Bomberman SmashBros Emblem.png The main protagonist of the eponymous Bomberman series, Bomberman lays bombs on the stage, which explode in a cross formation, similar to the original games. Yes
Burrowing Snagret Pikmin Emblem.png An enemy originally from Pikmin, the Burrowing Snagret is a reptilian creature with a bird-like head and a long beak which tunnels underground, only putting its head out to pick out prey.

When summoned, it repeatedly lunges at opponents from one spot, damaging them. It also occasionally burrows underground and reappears in a different location.[12] It takes its appearance from Pikmin 3, and is the first Assist Trophy from the Pikmin series.

Chain Chomp Mario Emblem.png Chain Chomp returns, performing the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Chef Kawasaki SSBU.png Chef Kawasaki Kirby Emblem.png Chef Kawasaki is a recurring enemy throughout Kirby Super Star, although he appears in a few other Kirby games, sometimes as an ally. Defeating and inhaling him will give Kirby the Cook ability.

When summoned, Chef Kawasaki extends his ladle and traps anyone it hits into a boiling pot, then begins to stir and season the pot for a brief period of time. After that, multiple food items and any opponents inside the pot are launched out. Chef Kawasaki then produces another plate of food.[10] The attack functions similar to Kirby's Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Color TV-Game 15 SmashBros Emblem.png Color TV-Game 15 performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Devil SmashBros Emblem.png Devil performs the same function as in the previous games. No
Dillon SmashBros Emblem.png Dillon performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Dr. Kawashima SmashBros Emblem.png Dr. Kawashima performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. No
Dr. Wright SmashBros Emblem.png Dr. Wright performs the same function as in the previous games. Yes
Flies and Hand screenshot SSBU.jpg Flies & Hand Mario Emblem.png The flies and the hand holding the flyswatter from the Gnat Attack minigame present in Mario Paint. When summoned, the Hand will move about the screen, attempting to swat the flies buzzing about at random. While the flies cannot harm the fighters, the flyswatter can. Yes
Ghirahim Zelda Emblem.png Ghirahim performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Ghosts Pac-ManEmblem.png The Pac-Man Ghosts perform the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Gray Fox SSBU.png Gray Fox MetalGearSymbol.svg Gray Fox from the Metal Gear series returns from Super Smash Bros. Brawl after his and Snake's absence from the previous installment. He reflects projectiles and attacks in the same manner as in his last appearance.[10] Yes
Guile screenshot SSBU.jpg Guile StreetFighterEmblem.png Guile is a character from the Street Fighter series. An U.S. Air Force major, Guile holds an intense grudge against M. Bison, the head of Shadaloo, who was responsible for the murder of his best friend Charlie Nash during an operation. He usually works together with other characters like Chun-Li and Cammy, who also have scores to settle with Bison, to bring him down.

When summoned, Guile will stay in one spot, standing or crouching, occasionally firing off Sonic Booms. If a character approaches him, he will attack them with the Flash Kick.

Hammer Bro Mario Emblem.png Hammer Bro performs the same function as in the previous games. Yes
Isaac SmashBros Emblem.png Isaac returns, performing the same function as in Super Smash Bros. Brawl; however, this time, the hand will be able to attack opponents by slamming into the ground. Isaac can also summon a pair of hands to grab the opponent. Yes
Jeff EarthBound Emblem.png Jeff performs the same function as in the previous games. No
Kapp'n SSBU.png Kapp'n AnimalCrossing Emblem.png Kapp'n is a character from the Animal Crossing series. Usually depicted as a sailor and speaking with a stereotypical pirate accent, he has driven a number of different vehicles throughout the series, either driving the player to the town where they will be living or ferrying them to the island where multiplayer modes take place.

After being summoned, Kapp'n enters his bus and drives it across the stage. If it runs into any opponents, they are automatically put on the bus and are carried off as Kapp'n drives off-screen. If Kapp'n drives off without picking up any fighter, he will respawn at the center of the screen until his summoning time runs out.[10]

Klaptrap SSBU.png Klaptrap DK Emblem.png A recurring enemy from the Donkey Kong Country series, as well as the first Assist Trophy from the Donkey Kong franchise. As it walks along the stage, if an opponent is caught in its path, it latches onto them and bites them repeatedly.[10] Yes
Knuckle Joe Kirby Emblem.png Knuckle Joe performs the same function as in the previous games. Yes
SSBU Knuckles.jpg Knuckles Sonic Emblem.png Knuckles runs around the stage and uses Homing Attacks similar to Sonic's, and occasionally burrows underground and re-emerges at a different location.[11] Yes
SSBU Krystal.png Krystal StarFox Emblem.png Krystal is a character from the Star Fox series. A native from the destroyed planet of Cerinia, she was rescued by Fox after being imprisoned during her quest to find the Krazoa Spirits and stop General Scales, the one responsible for the destruction of her homeworld. When the situation is resolved, Krystal joins the Star Fox team in gratitude.

Krystal is a new Assist Trophy who first appears in Star Fox Adventures. She uses her staff to cast ice spells as well as to swing at opponents at close range.[11]

Lyn FireEmblem Emblem.png Lyn performs the same function as in the previous games. Yes
Metroid Metroid Emblem.png The Metroid performs the same function as in the previous games. Yes
Midna Zelda Emblem.png Midna performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Moon SSBU.png Moon Zelda Emblem.png The Moon from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask appears in the background and slowly approaches the stage (similar to its role in the original game), burning up as it does so. Once it crashes into the stage, the surrounding fire deals repeated fire damage on opponents before disappearing in a white flash.[10] No
Mother Brain Metroid Emblem.png Mother Brain performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Nightmare Kirby Emblem.png Nightmare performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. No
Nikki SSBU.png Nikki SmashBros Emblem.png Nikki is a character who first appeared in the form of a Mii as the host of the Nintendo 3DS application Swapnote. When summoned, she appears at the bottom-left corner of the screen and sketches three different objects, which are drawn on the stage itself and may damage fighters. Nikki's drawings include a Bullet Bill, which flies away and attacks opponents,[10] and a fire-breathing dinosaur.[13] No
Nintendog Nintendogs Symbol.png A Nintendog reappears as an Assist Trophy serving the same function as in the previous installment, although this time, the Nintendog is a Toy Poodle instead of a French Bulldog. As it appears in the foreground, it cannot take damage from opponents. No
Phosphora KidIcarus Emblem.png Phosphora performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Rathalos Assist Trophy SSBU.png Rathalos SmashBros Emblem.png The Rathalos is a fire-breathing Flying Wyvern creature from the Monster Hunter series that, when summoned, flies above the stage and attacks by spitting large fireballs, and emits a loud roar that stuns opponents. He also appears as a boss in the World of Light mode and in the Classic mode for specific characters such as Yoshi and Duck Hunt.[10] Yes
Riki XenobladeEmblem.png Riki returns as an Assist Trophy, functioning the same as in the previous installment. No
SSBU Rodin.jpg Rodin Bayonetta.png Rodin, from the Bayonetta series, is the mysterious bartender of the "Gates of Hell" pub, who is also Bayonetta's arms supplier. When summoned, he moves around the stage and summons giant versions of his fists when attacking, similar to Bayonetta's Wicked Weave attacks. He can also attack using his version of Bayonetta's After Burner Kick.[14] Before he disappears, he occasionally leaves an item behind.[15] Yes
Sablé Prince SmashBros Emblem.png The Prince of Sablé performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Samurai Goroh F-Zero Emblem.png Samurai Goroh performs the same function as in the previous games. Yes
Shadow Sonic Emblem.png Shadow performs the same function as in the previous games. No
Sheriff SmashBros Emblem.png Sheriff performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Shovel Knight SSBU.png Shovel Knight SmashBros Emblem.png Shovel Knight is the protagonist of his eponymous game, and also the first indie game character to appear in physical form and as an Assist Trophy in the Super Smash Bros. series. As his name implies, he fights armed with a shovel, and treks across the land in order to save his beloved, Shield Knight, and defeat the evil Enchantress and her Order of No Quarter.

Shovel Knight uses similar moves from the original game, digging rocks out of the ground with his shovel and aiming it downward while in mid-air to bounce on opponents, damaging them. The shovel may also damage opponents as he is digging the ground. Occasionally when digging, an item appears out of the ground.[10]

SSBU Skull Kid.png Skull Kid Zelda Emblem.png Skull Kid performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. No
Spring Man Vs DK.jpg Spring Man SmashBros Emblem.png Spring Man is one of the fighters from ARMS. He is an enthusiastic 20-year-old youngster who dreams of winning the ARMS Grand Prix and, as his name implies, not only are his arms spring-propelled, he also has an entire spring theme about him (such as his hairstyle, suggestively coiled in the shape of a spring).

When summoned, Spring Man will attack by punching from a distance, but if the opponent gets too close, he will unleash a barrage of punches capable of launching them away.

SSBUltimate Squid Sisters.jpg Squid Sisters Splatoon Emblem.svg The Squid Sisters, Callie and Marie, appear on a small stage and perform one of their songs. As they do so, the camera slowly zooms in on them, limiting the amount of space to fight and making it easier for players to be KO'd. No
Starfy SmashBros Emblem.png Starfy performs the same function as in the previous games. Yes
Starman EarthBound Emblem.png Starman performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
SSBU Sukapon.jpg Sukapon SmashBros Emblem.png A robot and the main character of the Japan-only Famicom game Joy Mech Fight, Sukapon is a comedian robot designed by Dr. L. Emon, but repurposed as a combat robot in order to stop Dr. Walnuts from taking over the world with seven other robots stolen from Emon.

Sukapon moves around the stage and throws parts of its body at opponents, and can even pick them up and throw them into the air.

Takamaru SmashBros Emblem.png Takamaru performs the same function as in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. Yes
Thwomp Mario Emblem.png When summoned, Thwomp stays high up on the screen and comes crashing down on top of any character that passes underneath it. No
Tiki dragon SSBU.jpg
Tiki FireEmblem Emblem.png Tiki is a character from the Fire Emblem series. The last of the divine dragonkin of Archanea, she originally fought alongside Marth in his quest to reclaim the throne of Archanea, then a thousand years later she was encountered by Chrom, whom she guided in the capacity of an oracle. Her appearance in this game comes from Fire Emblem Awakening.

When summoned, Tiki assumes her dragon form, flies just outside the arena and unleashes a massive fire breath capable of launching anyone caught in it.

Vince SmashBros Emblem.png Vince is the art teacher from the Art Academy games. When summoned, he brings up his easel and starts painting objects such as busts and tomatoes, which manifest themselves over any fighters other than the one or the team that summoned him, damaging them and hampering their visibility in a similar way to a Smoke Ball. No
Waluigi Mario Emblem.png Waluigi returns as an Assist Trophy, functioning the same as in previous installments. Yes
Wily Capsule MegaMan Emblem.png The Wily Capsule is Dr. Wily's personal escape pod, and usually his last-ditch form of attack in his battles against Mega Man. The model seen in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate comes from Mega Man 7.

When summoned, Dr. Wily will fire red and blue energy balls from the capsule, which will home in on the nearest fighter. If he is defeated, he will fall to the ground and enter his supplication pose.

Yuri Kozukata screenshot SSBU.jpg Yuri Kozukata SmashBros Emblem.png Yuri Kozukata is one of the protagonists of Koei Tecmo's Wii U game Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water. A descendant of the shrine maidens of Mt. Hikami, telepaths who had the ability to guide spirits to a peaceful afterlife, Yuri has the power of repelling the eponymous Black Water, an evil presence which torments spirits and causes them to curse the living.

When Yuri is summoned, she stays in the background and the reticle of her Camera Obscura will move about the screen, and any character photographed with it will be momentarily paralyzed and afflicted with darkness. She will take a total of three photographs before leaving the stage.

Zero SSBU.png Zero MegaMan Emblem.png One of the protagonists of the Mega Man X series, Zero is a Maverick Hunter, member of an elite force designated to hunt down and destroy Mavericks, robots that have turned against humankind.

When summoned, Zero slashes opponents directly with his sword, the Z-Saber, and also uses it to fire beams from a distance. After he is done, he exclaims, "Back to base!" and disappears.[10]


Trophy information[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Image Name Description
BrawlTrophy139.png Assist Trophy A capsule that contains characters who will help you out in battle. You won't know who's in the capsule until you open it. It may be someone everyone knows or someone who's a bit of a mystery. The majority of these characters are invulnerable, so attacking them is not an option. You know what that means, right? RUN!
BrawlTrophy303.png Andross A brilliant scientist formerly employed by the Cornerian Army. He took his research too far, and the disastrous results labeled him a Level 1 offender, resulting in this banishment to the nearby Planet Venom. After building a base and declaring himself emperor, he swore he would rule the Lylat system. Thanks to Team Star Fox's heroism, the madman has yet to achieve this.
BrawlTrophy308.png Barbara The manager of the music store GB Music in Waruwaru Town--her real name is Barbara the Bat. She leads the player through the game, showing her arrogant attitude as she cracks the whip at others but pampers herself. Her little brother's name is Tingtin the Bat. By the way, the "GB" in the name of her store stands for "Great Barbara," NOT "Game Boy."
BrawlTrophy296.png Devil A devil who wields serious power in Devil World. In the game, the devil floats above the maze and commands by pointing. When it gives orders, its cyclopean minions turn cranks that scroll the maze in different directions. When Tamagon, your character in the game, places all the stage's books into a hole, the devil turns into a bat and flies away. It's quite striking, no?
BrawlTrophy298.png Dr. Wright A hardworking assistant to the city mayor. He has distinctive hair and spectacles and a dapper moustache. Dr. Wright has a comprehensive knowledge of city government and is happy to give you tips to keep your city running smoothly. In the game, he tracks your city's status and gives you gifts. There was a character reminiscent of him in The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.
BrawlTrophy295.png Excitebike High-performance motocross bikes that handle massive jumps with ease. Using turbo on these beauties gives a speed boost but also causes the engine's internal temperature to rise. Overuse turbo, and the bikes overheat and shut down. The engines can be cooled by running over certain marks on the track. Excitebikes cap off every race with an undeniably awesome wheelie.
BrawlTrophy309.png Gray Fox An enigmatic soldier with great physical and combat skills. Calling himself "Deepthroat" and equipped with an enhanced environmental camouflage suit, he dedicated his life to fighting Snake. In a twist of fate, Gray Fox ends up protecting his sworn rival from Metal Gear REX. Long ago, Gray Fox fought Snake in Zanzibarland.
BrawlTrophy165.png Hammer Bros. A character who throws a seemingly endless stream of hammers. Hammer Bros. have also been known to jump every so often. Since they throw their hammers in a high arc, if you manage to get in close, the hammers can't hit you. Unlike Koopas and Buzzy Beetles, Hammer Bros. don't reduce to their shells when jumped on. As the name suggests, most Hammer Bros. are found in pairs.
BrawlTrophy307.png Helirin A unique helicopter that flies with long, slowly rotating wings. If the wings strike walls or obstacles, the Helirin takes damage and loses hearts. The wings normally spin clockwise, but the rotation can be reversed by touching springs. There are many areas that require this technique. The Helirin can be customized by picking up and using a variety of items.
BrawlTrophy452.png Helirin (2) Helirins created by Prof. Rabbit. One is a helicopter that can throw punches from its wings to smash things--HELIBOKAAN! Press and hold a button to submerge, then release to surface--HELIBASHAN! Shoot fire left and right from the wings--HELIBOBOH! Use a spinning ability to create tornadoes--HELIBURUUN! There are also five varieties which shoot in rapid fire--HELIBIBYUUN!
BrawlTrophy305.png Infantry and Tanks Units first introduced in Famicom Wars, where they fight battles against enemy forces. Infantry are the least expensive to deploy of all units. They're not too strong, but they move well and can capture property. There are two tank types: tank A, which is expensive but has good mobility and firepower, and tank B, which is cheaper but can change battles with sheer numbers.
BrawlTrophy311.png Isaac A strong-willed Psynergy adept of the bloodline of an ancient race thought to have been lost with the downfall of civilization. He can manipulate earth-based forces and is also a highly skilled swordsman. He sets out to protect a lighthouse that can release the sealed powers of alchemy. In Smash Bros., he uses "Move" energy, which creates an energy field that pushes foes away.
BrawlTrophy306.png Jeff Dr. Andonuts's son, who attends a boarding school in Winters. He receives a telepathic message from Paula saying that she and Ness have been captured, and he sets out to rescue them. He's Ness's age but has the knowledge of an established scientist. He repairs broken items and makes them into other things. As his IQ increases, so does the number of things he can create.
BrawlTrophy313.png Jill A young girl who takes over the leadership of a band of righteous bandits known as the Red Dozers from her injured father. Jill sets out on the Drill Dozer to recover a red diamond stolen by the Skulkers. Jill has great reflexes and rode the Drill Dozer instead of a baby carriage growing up. She has an intense dislike of studying, however.
BrawlTrophy301.png Kat & Ana Twin female ninjas who attend Diamond City Kindergarten. Kat, the older of the two, has pink hair, while the younger Ana has orange hair. Both of the girls are still very young, but they're also very respectful and address their superiors as budding ninjas should. Kat and Ana have a soft spot for living things. Kat loves cats, and Ana is attracted to flowers.
BrawlTrophy291.png Knuckle Joe A martial artist known for amazing attacks like the Vulcan Jab. With his bandana, he looks and fights the part of a Muay Thai boxer. When Kirby copies Knuckle Joe, he gains the fighting techniques of a hand-to-hand-combat expert. Knuckle Joe also engages in friendly block-breaking competitions with Kirby. His other famous techniques are the Smash Punch and Rising Break.
BrawlTrophy164.png Lakitu and Spinies A particularly stubborn breed of Koopa. Lakitus chase Mario aboard clouds and attack by throwing Spiny Eggs down from above. More recently, Lakitus have taken over the role of cameramen, filming with cameras that they dangle from long rods. Spinies are Koopa creatures with tough, spiked shells. Jumping onto them has no effect, but fireballs can dispatch them.
BrawlTrophy304.png Little Mac A lightweight scrapper from the Bronx. After meeting with a former boxing great named Doc Louis who fell from glory, Mac takes Doc on as his coach, and together the pair try for the championship belt in the WVBA. Little Mac works his way up the ranks of the WVBA, taking out foes several times his size. By landing multiple blows, Little Mac gains a "?" uppercut.
BrawlTrophy302.png Lyn A 15-year-old nomadic girl. Lyn is a strong-willed youth whose skill with the blade draws many admirers. Lyn sets out on her quest to become a master swordsman after coming to the aid of a fallen traveler. She soon learns she's a living member of the nobility of Lycia, a neighboring country. Soon she's involved in a violent dispute over the ascension of the Caelin throne.
BrawlTrophy297.png Metroid A bioengineered life-form found on planet SR388. Metroids attach to organisms and drain life energy. The Galactic Federation commissions Samus to eliminate them, but Space Pirates try to harness their power. One of the few ways Samus can kill Metroids is by shooting them with the Ice Beam and then shattering them with missiles. The Metroid's cry is chilling and indescribable.
BrawlTrophy289.png Mr. Resetti A character who normally appears from underground to lecture the player. However, he is not always underground--in Animal Crossing: Wild World, he can be found sipping coffee at the Roost if you go at a certain time on a certain day. In the Japanese-only "e+" version, he works at a so-called "Resetti Observation Center" where you can pop in for a visit.
BrawlTrophy293.png Mr. Resetti (2) A mole wearing a hard hat who'll show up when you restart your game without having saved. He pops up and lets you know in no uncertain terms the importance of saving your game. The problem is, his speeches are entertaining enough to warrant breaking the rules at least once. In Animal Crossing, his brother Don appears too. He's the polar opposite of his sibling.
BrawlTrophy294.png Nintendogs A puppy for you to train on your Nintendo DS. They come in a wide variety of breeds, colors, coat styles, and personalities. You can train them, use dog toys to play with them, and feed them treats to establish a real link with your virtual pet. Other features include the ability to enter your dog in disc-catching contests and agility trials on obstacle courses.
BrawlTrophy310.png Ray MK III The custom robo used by the main character. It's the latest Shining Fighter model in the Ray line of robots, which appears throughout the Custom Robo series. The main character switches from his beloved Ray Mk II to this model after his sister and father develop it. This one has a great balance between built-in abilities and ease and depth of available customization.
BrawlTrophy312.png Saki Amamiya A member of a rescue group that hunts aliens known as Ruffians that prey on mankind. He's killed by Ruffians, but the advance scout Achi resuscitates him, and he gains remarkable physical prowess and becomes the hunt leader. During a battle, he transforms into a Ruffian, and his companion Airan helps him recover. He's optimistic and copes well with danger.
BrawlTrophy290.png Samurai Goroh A man who presents himself as a bounty hunter much like Captain Falcon but is also the boss of a notorious bandit group. He tries to collect criminal bounties but always fails to beat Captain Falcon to the collar. He considers himself Falcon's archrival and always tries to beat him in F-Zero races. His machine, the Fire Stingray (#05), has a high top speed.
BrawlTrophy314.png Shadow the Hedgehog Shadow the Hedgehog is a black hedgehog who resembles Sonic. He was created by Dr. Eggman's grandfather, Gerald Robotnik, to be the ultimate life-form. Not only does he look like Sonic, but he has equal abilities. He has great skill with the space-time warping technique called Chaos Control. To reach his goals, he'll use any means necessary.
BrawlTrophy299.png Stafy The prince of the kingdom of Tenkai. He's a bit spacey and clumsy, but when he sets his mind to something, he gives it his all. Stafy gets help from his friends Kyorosuke the clam and the wizened Lobjii-san. Stafy sometimes dons a pig suit and throws pork cutlets. In Densetsu No Stafy 3, Stafy meets Wario and goes with him to steal the treasures of the deep.
BrawlTrophy300.png Tingle A strange little man easily spotted by his trademark green bodysuit, bright nose, and pointy beard. Tingle has frequently appeared around Hyrule and always lets those he meets know that he's a fairy and selling homemade maps. In a recent adventure, Tingle escapes a sad and dreary life to embark on a magical adventure in the delightful, dreamlike paradise of Rupeeland.
BrawlTrophy292.png Waluigi A twig-thin man who sees himself as Luigi's ultimate rival. He spent a long time working silently in the shadow of the Mario Bros. before finally becoming strong enough to compete with them in Mario Tennis. Since then, he's had many brilliant game appearances. While the nature of his relationship to Wario is a mystery, the pair have hatched some devious schemes together.

Character artwork[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Name in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アシストフィギュア
Ashisuto Figyua
Assist Figure
Spanish (NOA) Trofeo de asistencia (Super Smash Bros. Brawl manual only)
Trofeo ayudante (Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U)
Assist Trophy
Helper Trophy
Spanish (NOE) Ayudante Assistant
French Trophée aide Help Trophy
German Helfertrophäe Helper trophy
Italian Assistente Assistant
Russian Трофей-помощник
Helper trophy
Korean 어시스트 피규어
Eoshiseuteu Figyueo
Assist Figure
Chinese 輔助模型 (Traditional)
辅助模型 (Simplified)
Fǔzhù móxíng
Assist Model


  • A concept similar to Assist Trophies was considered for Super Smash Bros. Melee, but the idea was scrapped due to development circumstances.[16]
  • In the April 2014 Nintendo Direct focused on Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, the Waluigi Assist Trophy is used with the Wario series icon, instead of the Mario series icon. This is odd, since Waluigi has never appeared in any Wario series games. This was later changed, as seen on his Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS trophy.
  • In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, the figure in the trophy appears to be occasionally blinking.


Assist Trophy's page on other NIWA wikis:
  1. ^ Nintendo. (June 12, 2018). Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - E3 2018 - Nintendo Switch. YouTube. Retrieved June 13, 2018.
  2. ^ Nintendo. (June 12, 2018). Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Gameplay Pt. 1 - Nintendo Treehouse: Live | E3 2018. YouTube. Retrieved June 13, 2018.
  3. ^ The Assist Trophies on Smash Bros. DOJO!!. Retrieved April 2, 2015.
  4. ^ The Latecomer Assist Trophies on Smash Bros. DOJO!!. Retrieved March 26, 2015.
  5. ^ a b c Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U: Assist Trophies. Nintendo. Retrieved August 29, 2014.
  6. ^ Sakurai's pic of the day 2014/8/21. Retrieved October 19, 2014.
  7. ^ Miiverse post by Sakurai on August 18, 2014. Retrieved July 18, 2017.
  8. ^ Miiverse post by Sakurai on January 9, 2014. Retrieved July 18, 2017.
  9. ^ Miiverse post by Sakurai on April 8, 2014. Retrieved July 18, 2016.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Nintendo. (August 8, 2018). Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct 8.8.2018. YouTube. Retrieved August 12, 2018.
  11. ^ a b c Nintendo. (June 12, 2018). Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Gameplay Pt. 2 - Nintendo Treehouse: Live | E3 2018. YouTube. Retrieved June 16, 2018.
  12. ^ Nintendo. (June 12, 2018). Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Gameplay Pt. 3 - Nintendo Treehouse: Live | E3 2018. YouTube. Retrieved June 14, 2018.
  13. ^ Official Super Smash Bros. Ultimate website (Assist Trophies)
  14. ^ Rodin screenshot on official website
  15. ^ Super Smash Blog (Assist Trophies)
  16. ^ The Definitive Unused Fighter List in Smash - Source Translations. Source Gaming (January 31, 2016). Retrieved January 31, 2016.