|First appearance||The Legend of Zelda (1986, The Legend of Zelda series)|
The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (1989, Mario-related media)
|Latest appearance||Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda (2021, The Legend of Zelda series)|
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018, Mario-related media)
|Latest portrayal||Patricia Summersett (The Legend of Zelda series, 2017-present)|
Yu Shimamura (The Legend of Zelda series, 2011, 2017-present)
Ayumi Fujimura (Mario-related media, 2018)
- “Stow your fear; it's now or never!”
- —Princess Zelda, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Adventure Mode: World of Light)
Princess Zelda is a major character from The Legend of Zelda series created by Nintendo. Many different incarnations of Zelda have existed throughout the course of the series, but they commonly share traits such as they all rule over the kingdom of Hyrule, and they all have the power of the Triforce of Wisdom within them. The plot of her series is that she and Link must protect the kingdom of Hyrule from Ganon and prevent him from obtaining the two pieces of the Triforce not inside him.
Though her series is named after her, the starring role in the games is Link. Zelda serves as more of the series' equivalent of Princess Peach, but she usually has active supporting roles in the plot, sometimes even being somewhat of a sidekick to Link, rather than being solely a damsel-in-distress. For example, in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Zelda disguises herself as her alter-ego Sheik to aid Link without revealing her true identity to him.
The Legend of Zelda
The Legend of Zelda series received its own animated television series with The Legend of Zelda, produced by DiC Entertainment. It aired under the The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! syndication, with the animated Mario segments running Monday through Thursday, and being replaced by Zelda segments on Fridays. The Zelda segments still received an accompanying live-action Mario and Luigi short. The series revolved around Link and Princess Zelda protecting the Triforce of Wisdom from Ganon. Cynthia Preston (credited as Cyndy Preston) voiced Princess Zelda in the series.
Captain N: The Game Master
Link and Zelda appear in Captain N: The Game Master, borrowing their appearance and personality from The Legend of Zelda television series. Cynthia Preston (credited as Cyndy Preston) returned to voice Princess Zelda in the series.
Mario Artist: Paint Studio
Super Smash Bros. series
|Super Smash Bros. fighter|
|Super Smash Bros. Melee|
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (unlockable)
|Standard: Nayru's Love |
Side: Din's Fire
Up: Farore's Wind
Down: Transform (Melee, Brawl); Phantom Slash (3DS/Wii U onward)
Final Smash: Light Arrow (Brawl, 3DS/Wii U); Triforce of Wisdom (Ultimate)
|Zelda teleports with her eyes closed, and hands clasped to her chest.|
Super Smash Bros. Melee
- SmashWiki article: Zelda (SSBM)
Zelda is one of the newcomers introduced in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Her design is based upon her appearance as an adult in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. She is a tall lightweight character with slow movement but powerful attacks.
Zelda's moveset mostly uses her magical abilities, while her special moves are mostly based on the spells Link can acquire in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Her neutral special move is Nayru's Love, which puts up a magical barrier that reflects attacks and damages opponents. Her side special is Din's Fire, which launches a fireball that explodes after a time. Her up special move is Farore's Wind, which causes her to disappear and reappear higher a distance away. Finally, her down special is Transform, which causes Zelda to turn into Sheik, giving her a completely different moveset.
Zelda also appears in Stage 3 of Adventure Mode where she is fought on the second part.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- SmashWiki article: Zelda (SSBB)
Zelda returns as a default fighter for Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Her design in this game is based on her appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. While Zelda's moveset has not been changed, her Final Smash is Light Arrow, which fires a Light Arrow that strikes any opponents in its path.
Zelda's attacks deal more damage and higher knockback than before, but her attacks' strongest hitboxes are smaller in size while her mobility remains abysmal.
The Subspace Emissary
Zelda and Peach were watching Mario and Kirby. However, at the arrival of the Halberd, both princesses ran down to assist them after the arrival of the Primid. However, Zelda is soon captured by Petey Piranha and put into a cage along with Peach. Kirby, who battles Petey Piranha, has the choice to rescue either Peach or Zelda.
If Zelda is not rescued, Wario appears and uses a Dark Cannon to transform her into a trophy and runs off with her. She is later seen on Wario's Cargo alongside Ness, who was also turned into a trophy by Wario shooting a Dark Cannon. However, King Dedede distracts Wario by turning Luigi into a trophy and using him to lure Wario off the Cargo. Dedede steals the Cargo, takes back Luigi, and drives off. Link later spots Zelda on the Cargo before Dedede takes Mario and Pit, who were defeated by Link and Yoshi just prior. Although he loses both his newly acquired trophies to Kirby, and the engine of the Cargo is then wrecked by Pit, Dedede manages to get away with the remaining trophies he does have and makes it to his castle, where he pins badges on Luigi, Ness, and Zelda to revive them later. Unfortunately, Bowser arrives, steals Zelda and brings her to the Halberd, having a short scuffle with Mario's team along the way (and causing Zelda to lose her badge to Kirby).
If Zelda is rescued, she will team up with Kirby and escape the stadium the Warp Star right before it explodes. They fly through the sky, and are chased by the Halberd, which both Kirby and Zelda land on. However, the Arwing with Fox McCloud inside is also following the Halberd. The Halberd shoots down the Arwing which falls down and crashes into the duo, and soon, Kirby and Zelda are back on the ground now in a grassland. While Kirby wanders off looking at other things, Zelda is shot by Bowser and she turns into a trophy. Bowser sends Shadow Bugs which take over Zelda and clones her.
False Zelda takes out a Dark Cannon and tries to shoot Link and Yoshi, however is stopped by Pit and Mario. False Zelda and the two fight however she is soon defeated and turned into a trophy, which soon dissolves. However, Link saw this and thinks that Mario is a member of the Subspace Army and that he killed Zelda, so he tries to turn Mario and Pit into a trophy with Yoshi's help. They are both defeated, however, and taken by King Dedede before Kirby's intervention, after which Link attacks the Cargo's engine.
Regardless of whether or not she is rescued from Petey Piranha, she still ends up in the Halberd with Peach. Meta Knight soon arrives with Lucario and Solid Snake as his entourage, fighting off both False Zelda and False Peach before freeing the real princesses. Zelda then goes off on her own with Peach until they are united by Fox, Falco Lombardi, Lucario, and Snake to fight Duon and have Mr. Game & Watch join their team, and Meta Knight retakes the Halberd. She then goes into Subspace and finds Tabuu, but is turned into a trophy along with everyone else by him soon after, leaving it up to Kirby, revived by the badge from earlier, to revive her. If Kirby also rescued Link, then both of them will revive Ganondorf, who learns of Tabuu and joins the other heroes into the Great Maze.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
- SmashWiki article: Zelda (SSB4)
Zelda returns as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, retaining her appearance from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess that was used in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Although Sheik also returns, they are now completely separate characters who cannot transform into each other; her down special attack is instead Phantom Slash, which summons a Phantom to charge forward and attack.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- SmashWiki article: Zelda (SSBU)
Zelda returns in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, as an unlockable playable character alongside the other previous fighters. In this game, her design is primarily based on her alternate dress artwork from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, with elements from The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. Like many other characters, Zelda is more expressive; in fact, she is given much more cheerful and energetic expressions compared to her predecessors. She also has a new Final Smash, which involves trapping opponents with the Triforce of Wisdom. Like her fellow The Legend of Zelda fighters, Zelda's victory theme has been changed to a new arrangement of their home series' main theme.
Zelda benefits from the game's universal changes: her mobility is considerably faster, no longer being one of the slowest characters in the game; her short hop timing is reduced; her attacks have less landing lag; she can directionally air dodge once again; and she can use any grounded attack out of a run and any aerial attack while climbing ladders. In addition, Zelda's special attacks receive many improvements while her attacks deal either more damage or knockback, and have lower start-up or ending lag.
In addition, Zelda appears in the World of Light's opening cutscene, where she is firstly shown along with Marth and Pit; she then tries to reflect Galeem's large laser attack along with Mewtwo, but fails, with both of them getting eliminated by the lasers and turned into dark clones. She was among the fighters who were brought under Dharkon's control after Galeem's first defeat, and represents the Triforce of Wisdom section of the Sacred Land, referencing her home series. She must then be awoken in the area to progress the story, along with Young Link, Ganondorf, Sonic and Cloud.
Classic Mode route
|1||Wario||Great Plateau Tower||Main Theme - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|
|2||Bowser||Skyloft||Ballad of the Goddess|
|3||Mii Swordfighter (Yiga Clan outfit) ×5||Horde Battle||Temple||Temple Theme|
|4||Giant King K. Rool||Bridge of Eldin||Dark World (for 3DS / Wii U)|
|5||Dark Samus||Gerudo Valley||Hidden Mountain & Forest|
|6||Link (dark costume) ×2||Hyrule Castle||Great Temple / Temple|
|Calamity Ganon Battle - Second Form|
- SmashWiki article: Nayru's Love
Nayru's Love is one of the three spells in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, appearing as Zelda's standard special move. Zelda creates a blue crystal barrier around herself that reflects all projectile attacks, while several smaller blue crystals appear around it that deal multiple hits to nearby opponents.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, Nayru's Love, like all special moves, is given two custom variants that can be unlocked. The first is Nayru's Rejection, which has a shorter duration and deals less damage but pushes and flips the opponent, similar to Mario's Cape and Mii Swordfighter's Reversal Slash. The second is Nayru's Passion, which draws in nearby opponents and attacks with an explosion rather than a crystal, meaning that the attack no longer has the reflection property.
- Names in other languages
Nēru no Ai
- SmashWiki article: Din's Fire
Din's Fire is Zelda's side special move, based on the spell originating from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Zelda launches a fireball from her hands that travels as the player holds down the special attack button and explodes when the player lets go or automatically after a set time, damaging any foes caught in it; the amount of damage increases as the fireball travels and more damage is dealt if opponents are closer to the center of the explosion. If the move is performed in the air, Zelda is left helpless immediately after the explosion. Zelda can also alter the direction the move travels by angling the control stick while holding down the button.
In Super Smash Bros. Melee, the fireball is visible as it travels, though it is not in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, the first custom variant for Din's Fire is Din's Flare, which travels farther but cannot be angled and deals a set amount of damage regardless of distance. The second is Din's Blaze, which sends out a larger, visible fireball that does not travel as fast and lingers for a moment before dealing a more powerful explosion.
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Din’s Fire no longer leaves Zelda helpless when in midair. This means it can help her recovery when she is launched by opponents offstage.
- Names in other languages
Din no Honō
- SmashWiki article: Farore's Wind
Farore's Wind is Zelda's up special move, based on the spell from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. When used, Zelda immediately warps to another location depending on the direction the player holds on the control stick. Zelda can damage opponents with the both initial warp and her reappearance. Sheik also has a similar move for her up special move called Vanish.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, the first custom variant for Farore's Wind is Farore's Squall, which does not damage opponents when teleporting but instead pushes them away. The second is Farore's Windfall, which only teleports up but meteor smashes any opponents hit when Zelda reappears.
- Names in other languages
Furoru no Kaze
- SmashWiki article: Transform
Transform is the down special move of both Zelda and Sheik in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Using the move transforms Zelda into Sheik, and vice versa. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, the transformation is faster as both characters are loaded at all times; in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, however, the transformation is longer since the game needs to load the other character separately mid-battle. During the transformation, the "puzzle solved" tune from The Legend of Zelda can be heard. Taking damage while the move is in progress immediately cancels the transformation.
- Names in other languages
Zelda transforming to avoid Cook Kirby in Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- SmashWiki article: Phantom Slash
Phantom Slash is Zelda's down special move in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, replacing her Transform move from Super Smash Bros. Brawl due to the elimination of in-battle transformation moves. The move involves Zelda summoning a Phantom that dashes forward to attack opponents before it disappears, based on Zelda's spirit being able to possess Phantoms in The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks. Phantom Slash can also be charged by holding the special move button, which results in the Phantom traveling greater distances. When fully charged, the Phantom's jab is followed by an upward swing for a second hit. The Phantom is treated like a projectile and as such is vulnerable to reflectors, and if the Phantom takes at least 13% damage, it shatters and the move cannot be used for nine seconds. A purple cloud aura appears over Zelda's hand for the duration of this recharge period.
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Phantom Slash has four discrete stages depending on how long the player holds down the special move button. The Phantom is also now physically constructed next to Zelda as she charges up the move, and can be sent out mid-construction to attack at one of the earlier stages. In the first and second stages, only the arms and legs are built; in the first, the Phantom performs a punch, while in the second, it performs a kick. In the third stage, the Phantom is given a sword and performs a side slash, and in the fourth and fully charged stage, the full armor is built and the Phantom performs an upward swing with the sword.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, the Phantom Slash's first custom variant is Phantom Breaker, which travels a set distance and deals more shield damage. The second is Phantom Strike, which is stronger, but can only be cast right next to Zelda instead of at a distance from her.
- Names in other languages
- SmashWiki article: Light Arrow
Light Arrow is Zelda's Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, shared with Sheik. When used, Zelda draws a Light Arrow with her bow from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, and fires it in a stage-wide straight line, damaging and launching opponents caught in the line of fire in an upward angle. The arrow can fire through opponents' shields as well as any walls and obstacles. Opponents that are closer to Zelda receive more damage and greater knockback than those further away.
- Names in other languages
Hikari no Yumiya
|Light Bow and Arrow|
Triforce of Wisdom
Triforce of Wisdom is Zelda's Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, replacing the Light Arrow. When used, the Triforce of Wisdom appears in front of her, which rotates multiple times and gradually shrinks, drawing in any nearby opponents similar to a Black Hole. Once it is small enough, the Triforce flashes and opponents trapped inside it are launched away. If an opponent has 100% or more damage before the final blow, however, they are instantly KO'd.
Game & Watch Gallery 4
In Game & Watch Gallery 4, Zelda appears in the Zelda Game & Watch game, which is playable in the Museum after unlocking enough stars. This game is a remake of the Zelda Game & Watch game in which Link must battle monsters, including dragon bosses, in order to collect pieces of the Triforce and thus free Zelda.
Super Mario Maker
Zelda appears as a Mystery Mushroom costume in Super Mario Maker. Zelda's costume can be unlocked by scanning her respective amiibo or randomly by completing the 100 Mario Challenge on Expert difficulty or higher. She retains her The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess appearance from Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U in this game.
Additionally, costumes based on Sheik and Tetra are also available, both of which involve Zelda as part of their poses.
Two incarnations of Zelda, each based on her respective appearances in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword and The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, appears on the Puzzle Swap panel "Nintendo Starlets" of the StreetPass Mii Plaza, alongside Princess Peach, Pauline and Rosalina.
Zelda was originally voiced by Jun Mizusawa in her first three Super Smash Bros. appearances, matching her appearances in both The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess, but was replaced for the first time in series by Ayumi Fujimura in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, who previously voiced her in The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, applying a similar situation to what Link and Ganondorf received in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Ultimate.
On a side note, the opening cutscene for the World of Light in Ultimate marks the first time in the series where Zelda has fully spoken lines (quoted above). During this, she is voiced in the English release by Brandy Kopp, who also voiced Palutena starting from the previous game, in a similar vein to how Fox and Falco are dubbed exclusively in Smash Taunts in Super Smash Bros. Melee; thus making her one of the few characters to have two voice actors in one game.
Profiles and statistics
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Instruction booklet bio
A graceful princess with powerful magical attacks.
|Name||Image||Game / Moves||Description|
|Zelda (Classic)||The Legend of Zelda
|The crown princess of Hyrule. Zelda entrusted Link with the future of Hyrule after a revelation came to her in the world of dreams. She knows much about the Triforce; in fact, the only person who likely knows more about Triforce lore is Ganondorf himself, whom Zelda evaded in Ocarina of Time by transforming into her alter ego, Sheik.|
|Zelda (Adventure)||B: Nayru's Love
Smash B: Din's Fire
|Zelda is a bit slow and, because of her light frame, easy to send flying. On the other hand, her magical skills lend her reliable and explosive attack power. Zelda's easier to use if you focus on waiting and countering rather than pressing attacks. She can use Nayru's Love to reflect projectile attacks or as an offensive weapon.|
|Zelda (All-Star)||Up & B: Farore's Wind
Down & B: Transform
|Zelda's midair Lightning Kick centers immense magical power in the ball of her foot. If she strikes perfectly, the attack is as strong as can be. If her aim is slightly off, it'll be exceedingly weak. Farore's Wind again utilizes Zelda's magical prowess, this time by transporting her great distances. It's vital to know the lay of the land before using this move.|
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- Instruction booklet: The queen[sic] of Hyrule. Her light movements belie devastating magical attacks.
- Smash Bros. DOJO!: Just like Link, Zelda’s design has also changed.
She has a slightly more subdued color scheme.
Her movement capabilities are not that good, but her magic adds power to her physical attacks. There’s a reason why her hands and feet glow, after all.
|Zelda||NES The Legend of Zelda||The princess of Hyrule. In other games, her role changes between titles. In Ocarina of Time, she was hunted by the would-be conqueror, Ganondorf. She deceived him, however, by adopting the persona of Sheik. In Twilight Princess, she surrendered to Zant and was held as his prisoner.|
|Wii The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|
|Light Arrow (Zelda)||Wii Super Smash Bros. Brawl||Princess Zelda's Final Smash. She wields a mighty bow of light with which she can attack from afar. Her arrow travels in a straight line and flies through all characters unlucky enough to be in the way. This attack cannot be blocked. The more enemies there are, the higher the chances to get them all with one shot. More is always better!|
|Robed Zelda (with hood)||Wii The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess||The princess of Hyrule, loved and trusted by the people. When Hyrule is invaded by Zant from the Twilight Realm, Zelda is resolute in opposing him...but she chooses to protect her people and must surrender. From then on, she is imprisoned in the Twilight Hyrule Castle. In memory of the lost people of Hyrule, Zelda wears a black robe of mourning.|
|Zelda (Wind Waker)||GCN The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker||The rightful successor of the throne and descendant of the true royal bloodline of Hyrule. She strove to put an end to the ongoing battles with Ganondorf. As the bearer of the Triforce of Wisdom, she became a target of the resurrected Ganondorf. Although she was hidden in Hyrule Castle, Ganondorf managed to find and kidnap her.|
|Zelda: The Minish Cap||Battering Resistance +16|
Usable by: Link, Zelda, Ganondorf, Toon Link
|Zelda: Ocarina of Time||[Electric] - Attack +20|
|Zelda: A Link to the Past||[Magic] - Attack +27|
Usable by: Peach, Zelda
|Zelda: Ocarina of Time||[Flame] - Resistance +18|
Usable by: Link, Zelda, Ganondorf, Toon Link
- Colonel: Snake, I see you're fighting Zelda.
- Snake: Yeah, I guess. Doesn't feel right fighting someone in a dress, though.
- Colonel: Don't underestimate her just because she's a woman. Zelda's attacks are backed by powerful magic. Her hand-to-hand combat may look weak, but her magic makes it cut to the bone.
- Snake: So this rose has thorns... Interesting...
- Colonel: ...This is no time for pickup lines, Snake.
- Snake: Don't worry. I know from experience that it's the quiet ones you have to watch out for.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
Red indicates the Trophy or description is exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS version.
Blue indicates the Trophy or description is exclusive to the Wii U version.
- Palutena: This isn't quite the Zelda you're used to.
- Pit: I hear she no longer changes form in battle.
- Palutena: That's right, but she's got a new special move: the Phantom Slash.
- Pit: Where does she get the Phantom from?
- Palutena: It's hard to say. Magic?
- Pit: WOW! I didn't realize she was such a powerful magician.
- Palutena: I could do something similar, I'm sure. But it's pretty dark magic. Now, what part of you should I use to make your Phantom?
- Pit: My Phantom?! Uh, you don't have to do that for me, Lady Palutena!
- Palutena: Oh, don't be scared! I'll just equip you and-
- Pit: Uh what will it cost me?
- Palutena: Oh, I don't know. Maybe just your...soul?
- Viridi: Hahahaha! Look how pale he got! You're really scaring him! Listen, Pit, if you can knock Zelda's Phantom out, she won't be able to call it back for a bit. Keep an eye on her.
- Zelda is the princess of Hyrule and the namesake of The Legend of Zelda games. Her appearance may change, but she always plays an important role. She knows much about the Triforce; in fact, the only person who likely knows more about Triforce lore is Ganondorf himself, whom Zelda evaded in Ocarina of Time by transforming into her alter ego, Sheik.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Pit: [gasps] Is that...Princess Zelda?
- Palutena: Yes, that's Zelda from A Link to the Past. She's a descendant of the Seven Sages. When she was captured, she used telepathy to ask Link for help.
- Viridi: Pit... Pit... Go get me a cinnamon roll...
- Pit: Right away, Zel— HEY! Knock it off, Viridi!
- Palutena: Focus, Pit! Zelda has a projectile attack called Din's Fire. It can be steered through the air, kind of like your arrows. The trajectory of Din's Fire is really hard to see, so it's important to pay extra close attention when fighting her.
- Viridi: Pit... Pit... Get me a glazed donut with rainbow sprinkles...
- Pit: Yes, right away! A glazed donut with rainbo— [growls] STOP IT!
Super Smash Blog bio
- You might recognize Zelda's look from The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds game. In battle she uses magical moves to reflect and teleport, and for her Final Smash, she seals her opponents away in the Triforce of Wisdom. If an opponent has 100% damage or more, they will be instantly KO'd!
|#||Name||Image||Series / game||Type||Class||Strength / effect(s)||How to obtain||Spirit battle|
|173||Zelda||The Legend of Zelda Series||Fighter||N/A||N/A||Classic Mode as Zelda||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|189||Young Zelda||The Legend of Zelda Series||Primary (2)||Advanced||Shield
Can be enhanced to Zelda (Ocarina of Time) at Lv. 99
|Spirit Board||Zelda, Young Link||
||Hyrule Castle||Ocarina of Time Medley|
|190||Zelda (Ocarina of Time)||The Legend of Zelda Series||Primary (2)||Legend||Shield
|Enhanced from Young Zelda||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|238||Zelda (Breath of the Wild)||The Legend of Zelda Series||Support (2)||Ace||Poison Immunity||World of Light (Forest Hill); Spirit Board||Zelda, Zero Suit Samus, Falco, Donkey Kong, Inkling (♀), Link||
||Great Plateau Tower||Main Theme - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild|
|246||Tetra||The Legend of Zelda Series||Primary (2)||Ace||Shield
Can be enhanced to Zelda (The Wind Waker) at Lv. 99
|World of Light (Final Battle); Spirit Board||Toon Link||Rule: Item: Bullet Bill
Hazard: Heavy Wind
|Pirate Ship||The Great Sea / Menu Select|
|247||Zelda (The Wind Waker)||The Legend of Zelda Series||Primary (2)||Legend||Shield
Chance of Double Final Smash
|Enhanced from Tetra||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|259||Zelda (Spirit Tracks)||The Legend of Zelda Series||Primary (2)||Ace||Shield
Trade-Off Ability ↑
|Enhanced from Phantom||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
| Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Zelda performing Nayru's Love (Jun Mizusawa, 2008)||File info|
| Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - Zelda laughing casually (Ayumi Fujimura, 2018)||File info|
| Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - "Stow your fear. It's now or never!" (Brandy Kopp, 2018)||File info|
Sprites and models
Japanese commercial for Wario's Woods on Famicom
Names in other languages
|Princess Zelda; referred to as simply「ゼルダ」in-game|
(Referred to as simply "薩爾達" or "塞尔达" in-game, unlike Peach and Daisy.)
|Dutch||Prinses Zelda||Princess Zelda|
|French||Princesse Zelda||Princess Zelda|
|German||Prinzessin Zelda||Princess Zelda|
|Italian||Principessa Zelda||Princess Zelda|
|Portuguese||Princesa Zelda||Princess Zelda|
|Spanish||Princesa Zelda||Princess Zelda|
- In Super Smash Bros. Melee's Classic Mode, Zelda cannot appear as an ally.
- Zelda appears in Nintendo Monopoly, where she replaces North Carolina Avenue/Oxford Street and costs $300.
- Zelda's name appears on the scoreboard in both Mario Golf for the Nintendo 64 and its Game Boy Color counterpart.
- In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, if Zelda summons a Phantom and she is KO'd after it is destroyed, she will be unable to use the move as usual, but the purple cloud on her hand will disappear.
- In the Japanese version of the E3 2018 presentation for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Zelda's model is said to be based on her appearance in A Link to the Past, while the English version states that the model is based on the one from A Link Between Worlds. Masahiro Sakurai later settled this inconsistency by stating that the design takes elements from both appearances.
- Sakurai also stated during the same presentation that the choice of her design from said games (instead of the more recent Breath of the Wild like Link) is due to that incarnation being "more into research than fighting", combined with his wish that he wanted to choose the characters' design from different The Legend of Zelda games instead of having the characters' design come from a single game (like Ocarina of Time in Melee and Twilight Princess in Brawl and for 3DS / Wii U).
|Super Smash Bros. Melee|
|Playable characters||Mario • Donkey Kong • Link • Samus • Yoshi • Kirby • Fox • Pikachu • Ness • Captain Falcon • Bowser • Peach • Ice Climbers • Zelda • Sheik • Luigi • Jigglypuff • Mewtwo • Marth • Mr. Game & Watch • Dr. Mario • Ganondorf • Falco • Young Link • Pichu • Roy|
|Non-playable characters||Fighting Wire Frames • Toad • Tingle • Wolf O'Donnell • Sandbag • Peppy Hare • Slippy Toad • Banzai Bill • Shy Guy • Pidgit • Birdo • Klaptrap • Mr. Saturn • King Dedede • Polar Bear • Topi • Whispy Woods • Super Happy Tree • Goomba • Koopa Troopa • Koopa Paratroopa • Like Like • ReDead • Octorok • Dark Link|
|Bosses||Master Hand • Crazy Hand • Giant Donkey Kong • Giant Kirby • Metal Mario • Metal Luigi • Giant Bowser • Giga Bowser|
|Pokémon||Articuno • Bellossom • Blastoise • Celebi • Chansey • Charizard • Chikorita • Clefairy • Cyndaquil • (Ditto) • Electrode • Entei • Goldeen • Ho-Oh • Lugia • Marill • Mew • Moltres • Porygon2 • Raikou • Scizor • Snorlax • Staryu • Suicune • Togepi • Unown • Venusaur • Weezing • Wobbuffet • Zapdos|
|Stages||New Stages: Icicle Mountain • Princess Peach's Castle • Kongo Jungle • Great Bay • Yoshi's Story • Fountain of Dreams • Corneria • Flat Zone • Rainbow Cruise • Jungle Japes • Temple • Yoshi's Island • Green Greens • Venom • Brinstar • Onett • Mute City • Pokémon Stadium • Mushroom Kingdom • Brinstar Depths • Fourside • Big Blue • Poké Floats • Mushroom Kingdom II • Battlefield • Final Destination|
Returning Stages: Dream Land • Yoshi's Island • Kongo Jungle
Adventure Mode Stages: Mushroom Kingdom • Underground Maze • F-Zero Grand Prix • Icicle Mountain
|Items||Apple • Bunny Hood • Barrel Cannon • Capsule • Cloaking Device • Fan • Flipper • Food • Freezie • Heart Container • Lip's Stick • Maxim Tomato • Metal Box • Mr. Saturn • Parasol • Party Ball • Poison Mushroom • Poké Ball • Screw Attack • Smash Coin • Starman • Super Mushroom • Super Scope • Trophy • Warp Star|
|Other||Gallery • Glitches • Media • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Staff • Trophies|
|Super Smash Bros. Brawl|
|Playable characters||Mario • Link • Kirby • Pikachu • Fox • Samus • Zero Suit Samus • Zelda • Sheik • Bowser • Donkey Kong • Yoshi • Peach • Ice Climbers • Pit • Wario • Ike • Pokémon Trainer (Charizard · Squirtle · Ivysaur) • Diddy Kong • Meta Knight • Lucas • King Dedede • Olimar • Ness • Marth • Luigi • Falco • Captain Falcon • Lucario • R.O.B. • Ganondorf • Mr. Game & Watch • Jigglypuff • Toon Link • Wolf • Solid Snake • Sonic|
|Final Smash characters||Giga Bowser • Wario-Man|
|Non-playable characters||Colonel Roy Campbell • Cresselia • Dialga • F.L.U.D.D. • King Bulblin • Krystal • Leon Powalski • Mei Ling • Metal Gear RAY • Otacon • Palkia • Palutena • Panther Caroso • Parasite Queen • Peppy Hare • Pikmin • Red Bulborb • Sandbag • Slippy Toad • Whispy Woods|
|Assist Trophies||Andross • Barbara • Devil • Dr. Wright • Excitebikes • Gray Fox • Hammer Bro • Helirin • Infantry & Tanks • Isaac • Jeff • Jill • Kat & Ana • Knuckle Joe • Lakitu & Spinies • Little Mac • Lyn • Metroid • Mr. Resetti • Nintendog • Ray Mk III • Saki Amamiya • Samurai Goroh • Shadow • Starfy • Tingle • Waluigi|
|Pokémon||Bellossom • Bonsly • Celebi • Chikorita • Deoxys • Electrode • Entei • Gardevoir • Goldeen • Groudon • Gulpin • Ho-Oh • Jirachi • Kyogre • Latias & Latios • Lugia • Manaphy • Meowth • Metagross • Mew • Moltres • Munchlax • Piplup • Snorlax • Staryu • Suicune • Togepi • Torchic • Weavile • Wobbuffet|
|Enemies||Fighting Alloys • Goomba • Giant Goomba • Koopa Troopa • Koopa Paratroopa • Hammer Bro • Bullet Bill • Subspace Army • Shy Guy • Klaptrap • King Bulblin • Polar Bear • Ultimate Chimera • Armank • Armight • Auroros • Autolance • Big Primid • Bombed • Borboras • Boom Primid • Bucculus • Buckot • Bytan • Cymul • False Character • Feyesh • Fire Primid • Floow • Gamyga • Glice • Glire • Glunder • Greap • Jyk • Metal Primid • Mite • Mizzo • Nagagog • Poppant • Primid • Puppit • Roader • R.O.B. Blaster • R.O.B. Launcher • R.O.B. Sentry • Roturret • Scope Primid • Shadow Bug • Shaydas • Shellpod • Spaak • Sword Primid • Ticken • Towtow • Trowlon|
|Bosses||Petey Piranha • Rayquaza • Duon • Galleom • Master Hand • Crazy Hand • Porky • Porky Statue • Ridley/Meta Ridley • Tabuu|
|Stages||Normal stages||75 m • Battlefield • Bridge of Eldin • Castle Siege • Delfino Plaza • Distant Planet • Flat Zone 2 • Final Destination • Frigate Orpheon • Green Hill Zone • Halberd • Hanenbow • Luigi's Mansion • Lylat Cruise • Mario Bros. • Mario Circuit • Mushroomy Kingdom • New Pork City • Norfair • PictoChat • Pirate Ship • Pokémon Stadium 2 • Port Town Aero Dive • Rumble Falls • Shadow Moses Island • Skyworld • Smashville • Spear Pillar • Summit • WarioWare, Inc. • Yoshi's Island|
|Melee stages||Big Blue • Brinstar • Corneria • Green Greens • Jungle Japes • Onett • Pokémon Stadium • Rainbow Cruise • Temple • Yoshi's Island|
|Items||Assist Trophy • Banana Peel • Barrel • Beam Sword • Blast Box • Bob-omb • Bumper • Bunny Hood • Capsule • CD • Cracker Launcher • Deku Nut • Dragoon • Fan • Fire Flower • Food • Franklin Badge • Freezie • Golden Hammer • Gooey Bomb • Green Shell • Hammer • Heart Container • Home-Run Bat • Hothead • Key • Lightning • Lip's Stick • Maxim Tomato • Metal Box • Motion-Sensor Bomb • Mr. Saturn • Orange cube • Party Ball • Peach • Peanut • Pellet • Pitfall • Poison Mushroom • Poké Ball • Ray Gun • Rolling Crate • Sandbag • Screw Attack • Smart Bomb • Smash Ball • Smash Coins • Smoke Ball • Soccer Ball • Spring • Stickers • Stock Ball • Superspicy Curry • Super Mushroom • Super Scope • Starman • Star Rod • Team Healer • Timer • Trophy Stand • Unira • Vegetables • Wario Bike • Warp Star|
|Subspace Emissary levels||Midair Stadium • Skyworld • Sea of Clouds • The Jungle • The Plain • The Lake • The Ruined Zoo • The Battlefield Fortress • The Forest • The Research Facility Part 1 • The Lake Shore • The Path to the Ruins • The Cave • The Ruins • The Wilds Part 1 • The Ruined Hall • The Wilds Part 2 • The Swamp • Part 2 • Outside the Ancient Ruins • The Glacial Peak • The Canyon • Battleship Halberd Interior • Battleship Halberd Exterior • Battleship Halberd Bridge • The Subspace Bomb Factory Part 1 • The Subspace Bomb Factory Part 2 • Entrance to Subspace • Subspace Part 1 • Subspace Part 2 • The Great Maze|
|Miscellaneous||Chaos Emerald • Dark Cannon • Subspace Gunship • Subspace Bomb • Arwing • Hocotate Ship • Blue Falcon • Falcon Flyer • Gunship • Kart • World of Trophies (Isle of Ancients · Subspace)|
|Further info||Gallery • Glitches • Media • In-game music • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Snake's codec conversations • Staff • Trophies|
|Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Super Smash Bros. for Wii U|
|Playable characters||Bayonetta (DLC) • Bowser • Bowser Jr. / Koopalings (Larry · Morton · Wendy · Iggy · Roy · Lemmy · Ludwig) • Captain Falcon • Charizard • Cloud (DLC) • Corrin (DLC) • Dark Pit • Diddy Kong • Donkey Kong • Dr. Mario • Duck Hunt • Falco • Fox • Ganondorf • Greninja • Ike • Jigglypuff • King Dedede • Kirby • Link • Little Mac • Lucario • Lucas (DLC) • Lucina • Luigi • Mario • Marth • Mega Man • Meta Knight • Mewtwo (DLC) • Mii Fighter (Mii Brawler · Mii Swordfighter · Mii Gunner) • Mr. Game & Watch • Ness • Pac-Man • Palutena • Peach • Pikachu • Pikmin & Olimar • Pit • R.O.B. • Robin • Rosalina & Luma • Roy (DLC) • Ryu (DLC) • Samus • Sheik • Shulk • Sonic • Toon Link • Villager • Wario • Wii Fit Trainer • Yoshi • Zelda • Zero Suit Samus|
|Final Smash characters||Chrom • Giga Bowser • Giga Mac • Mega Charizard X • Mega Lucario • Mega Mewtwo Y (DLC) • Shadow Mario • Super Sonic • Wario-Man|
|Assist Trophy characters||Andross • Ashley • Chain Chomp • Color TV-Game 15 • Dark Samus • Devil • Dillon • Dr. Kawashima • Dr. Wright • Elec Man • Ghirahim • Ghosts • Hammer Bro • Infantry & Tanks • Isabelle • Jeff • Kat & Ana • Knuckle Joe • Lakitu & Spinies • Lyn • Magnus • Metroid • Midna • Mother Brain • Nightmare • Nintendog • Phosphora • Prince of Sablé • Riki • Saki Amamiya • Samurai Goroh • Shadow • Sheriff • Skull Kid • Starman • Starfy • Takamaru • Tingle • Waluigi|
|Pokémon||Abomasnow • Arceus • Bellossom • Chespin • Darkrai • Dedenne • Deoxys • Eevee • Electrode • Entei • Fennekin • Fletchling • Gardevoir • Genesect • Giratina • Goldeen • Gogoat • Inkay • Keldeo • Kyogre • Kyurem • Latias & Latios • Lugia • Meloetta • Meowth • Metagross • Mew • Moltres • Oshawott • Palkia • Snivy • Snorlax • Spewpa • Staryu • Suicune • Swirlix • Togepi • Victini • Xerneas • Zoroark|
|Smash Run enemies||Bacura • Banzai Bill • Big Goomba • Bill Blaster • Bonkers • Boom Stomper • Bronto Burt • Bubble • Bulborb • Bullet Bill • Bumpety Bomb • Chain Chomp • Chandelure • Clubberskull • Cryogonal • Cucco • Daphne • Darknut • Devil Car • Eggrobo • Fighting Mii Team • Flage • Flame Chomp • Fly Guy • Gastly • Geemer • Generator • Ghost • Glire • Glunder • Glice • Goomba • Gordo • Hammer Bro • Iridescent Glint Beetle • Kihunter • Koffing • Koopa Paratroopa • Koopa Troopa • Kritter • Lakitu • Lethinium • Lurchthorn • Magikoopa • Mahva • Megonta • Metroid • Mettaur • Mimicutie • Mite • Monoeye • Nutski • Octorok • Orne • Parasol Waddle Dee • Peahat • Peahat Larva • Petilil • Plasma Wisp • Polar Bear • Pooka • Poppant • Reaper • Reapette • ReDead • Reo • Roturret • Shy Guy • Shotzo • Skuttler • Skuttler Cannoneer • Skuttler Mage • Sneaky Spirit • Souflee • Spike Top • Stalfos • Starman • Tac • Tiki Buzz • Waddle Dee • Waddle Doo • Zuree|
|Bosses||Classic mode||Master Hand • Crazy Hand • Master Core|
|Stage bosses||Dark Emperor • Metal Face • Ridley • Yellow Devil • Flying Man • Nabbit|
|Stages||Nintendo 3DS||3D Land • Arena Ferox • Balloon Fight • Brinstar • Corneria • Distant Planet • Dream Land • Find Mii • Flat Zone 2 • Gerudo Valley • Golden Plains • Green Hill Zone • Jungle Japes • Living Room • Magicant • Mushroomy Kingdom • Mute City • Pac-Maze • Paper Mario • PictoChat 2 • Prism Tower • Rainbow Road • Reset Bomb Forest • Spirit Train • Tomodachi Life • Tortimer Island • Unova Pokémon League • WarioWare, Inc. • Yoshi's Island|
|Wii U||75 m • Big Battlefield • Bridge of Eldin • Castle Siege • Coliseum • Delfino Plaza • Flat Zone X • Gamer • Garden of Hope • Halberd • Jungle Hijinxs • Kalos Pokémon League • Luigi's Mansion • Lylat Cruise • Mario Circuit (Brawl) • Mario Circuit • Mario Galaxy • Miiverse (DLC) • Mushroom Kingdom U • Norfair • Onett • Orbital Gate Assault • Pac-Land • Palutena's Temple • Pilotwings • Pirate Ship (DLC) • Pokémon Stadium 2 • Port Town Aero Dive • Pyrosphere • Skyloft • Smashville • Temple • The Great Cave Offensive • Town and City • Wii Fit Studio • Windy Hill Zone • Woolly World • Wrecking Crew • Wuhu Island • Yoshi's Island|
|Both||Battlefield • Boxing Ring • Dream Land (64) (DLC) • Duck Hunt (DLC in 3DS, base game in Wii U) • Final Destination • Hyrule Castle (64) (DLC) • Gaur Plain • Midgar (DLC) • Peach's Castle (64) (DLC) • Super Mario Maker (DLC) • Suzaku Castle (DLC) • Umbra Clock Tower (DLC) • Wily Castle|
|Items||Assist Trophy • Back Shield • Banana Peel • Barrel • Beam Sword • Beehive • Beetle • Blast Box • Bob-omb • Bombchu • Boomerang • Boss Galaga • Bullet Bill • Bumper • Bunny Hood • Capsule • CD • Cucco • Crate • Daybreak • Deku Nut • Dragoon • Drill • Fairy Bottle • Fire Bar • Fire Flower • Food • Franklin Badge • Freezie • Golden Hammer • Gooey Bomb • Grass • Green Shell • Gust Bellows • Hammer • Heart Container • Hocotate Bomb • Home-Run Bat • Hothead • Killer Eye • Lightning • Lip's Stick • Master Ball • Maxim Tomato • Metal Box • Motion-Sensor Bomb • Mr. Saturn • Ore Club • Party Ball • Pitfall • Poison Mushroom • Poké Ball • POW Block • Ray Gun • Rocket Belt • Rolling Crate • Screw Attack • Smart Bomb • Smash Ball • Smoke Ball • Sandbag • Soccer Ball • Special Flag • Spiny Shell • Spring • Super Star • Star Rod • Steel Diver • Superspicy Curry • Super Leaf • Super Mushroom • Super Scope • Team Healer • Timer • Treasure chest • Trophy • Unira • Warp Star • X Bomb|
|Other||Challenges (3DS) • Challenges (Wii U) • Equipment • F.L.U.D.D. • Gallery (3DS) • Gallery (Wii U) • Glitches (3DS) • Glitches (Wii U) • Home-Run Contest • Mii Outfits • Mii Headgear • In-game music • Original soundtrack • Palutena's Guidance conversations • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Special Orders • Staff (3DS) • Staff (Wii U) • Target Blast • Trophies (3DS) • Trophies (Wii U) • Trophy Rush|
|Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|
|Playable fighters||Banjo & Kazooie (DLC) • Bayonetta • Bowser • Bowser Jr. / Koopalings (Larry · Morton · Wendy · Iggy · Roy · Lemmy · Ludwig) • Byleth (DLC) • Captain Falcon • Chrom • Cloud • Corrin • Daisy • Dark Pit • Dark Samus • Diddy Kong • Donkey Kong • Dr. Mario • Duck Hunt • Falco • Fox • Ganondorf • Greninja • Hero (DLC) • Ice Climbers • Ike • Incineroar • Inkling • Isabelle • Jigglypuff • Joker (DLC) • Kazuya (DLC) • Ken • King Dedede • King K. Rool • Kirby • Link • Little Mac • Lucario • Lucas • Lucina • Luigi • Mario • Marth • Mega Man • Meta Knight • Mewtwo • Mii (Mii Brawler · Mii Gunner · Mii Swordfighter) • Min Min (DLC) • Mr. Game & Watch • Mythra (DLC) • Ness • Pikmin & Olimar • Pac-Man • Palutena • Peach • Pichu • Pikachu • Piranha Plant (DLC) • Pit • Pokémon Trainer (Charizard · Ivysaur · Squirtle) • Pyra (DLC) • R.O.B. • Ridley • Robin • Rosalina & Luma • Richter • Roy • Ryu • Samus • Sephiroth (DLC) • Sheik • Shulk • Simon • Snake • Sonic • Sora (DLC) • Steve (DLC) • Terry (DLC) • Toon Link • Villager • Wario • Wii Fit Trainer • Wolf • Yoshi • Young Link • Zelda • Zero Suit Samus|
|Assist Trophy characters||Akira • Alucard • Andross • Arcade Bunny • Ashley • Black Knight • Bomberman • Burrowing Snagret • Chain Chomp • Chef Kawasaki • Color TV-Game 15 • Devil • Dillon • Dr. Kawashima • Dr. Wright • Flies & Hand • Ghirahim • Ghosts • Gray Fox • Guile • Hammer Bro • Isaac • Jeff • Kapp'n • Klaptrap • Knuckle Joe • Knuckles • Krystal • Lyn • Metroid • Midna • Moon • Mother Brain • Nightmare • Nikki • Nintendog (Toy Poodle) • Phosphora • Prince of Sablé • Rathalos • Riki • Rodin • Samurai Goroh • Shadow • Sheriff • Shovel Knight • Skull Kid • Spring Man • Squid Sisters • Starfy • Starman • Sukapon • Takamaru • Thwomp • Tiki • Vince • Waluigi • Wily Capsule • Yuri Kozukata • Zero|
|Bosses||Crazy Hand • Dharkon • Dracula • Galeem • Galleom • Ganon • Giant Charizard (DLC) • Giant Donkey Kong • Giant Palutena • Giant Ridley (DLC) • Giga Bowser • Marx • Master Hand • Metal Kazuya (DLC) • Metal Mario • Rathalos|
|Stages||3D Land • 75 m • Arena Ferox • Balloon Fight • Battlefield • Big Battlefield • Big Blue • Boxing Ring • Bridge of Eldin • Brinstar • Brinstar Depths • Castle Siege • Cloud Sea of Alrest (DLC) • Coliseum • Corneria • Delfino Plaza • Distant Planet • Dracula's Castle • Dream Land • Dream Land GB • Duck Hunt • Figure-8 Circuit • Final Destination • Find Mii • Flat Zone X • Fountain of Dreams • Fourside • Frigate Orpheon • Gamer • Garden of Hope • Garreg Mach Monastery (DLC) • Gaur Plain • Gerudo Valley • Golden Plains • Great Bay • Great Plateau Tower • Green Greens • Green Hill Zone • Halberd • Hanenbow • Hyrule Castle • Jungle Japes • Kalos Pokémon League • King of Fighters Stadium (DLC) • Kongo Falls • Kongo Jungle • Living Room • Luigi's Mansion • Lylat Cruise • Magicant • Mario Bros. • Mario Circuit (Wii U) • Mario Galaxy • Mementos (DLC) • Midgar • Mishima Dojo (DLC) • Minecraft World (DLC) • Moray Towers • Mushroom Kingdom (64) • Mushroom Kingdom II • Mushroom Kingdom U • Mushroomy Kingdom • Mute City SNES • New Donk City Hall • New Pork City • Norfair • Northern Cave (DLC) • Onett • Pac-Land • Palutena's Temple • Paper Mario • Peach's Castle (64) • PictoChat 2 • Pilotwings • Pirate Ship • Pokémon Stadium • Pokémon Stadium 2 • Port Town Aero Dive • Princess Peach's Castle (Melee) • Prism Tower • Rainbow Cruise • Reset Bomb Forest • Saffron City • Shadow Moses Island • Skyloft • Skyworld • Small Battlefield • Smashville • Spear Pillar • Spiral Mountain (DLC) • Spirit Train • Spring Stadium (DLC) • Summit • Super Happy Tree • Super Mario Maker • Suzaku Castle • Temple • The Great Cave Offensive • Tomodachi Life • Tortimer Island • Town and City • Umbra Clock Tower • Unova Pokémon League • Venom • WarioWare, Inc. • Wii Fit Studio • Wily Castle • Windy Hill Zone • Wrecking Crew • Wuhu Island • Yggdrasil's Altar (DLC) • Yoshi's Island (Brawl) • Yoshi's Island (Melee) • Yoshi's Story|
|Items||Assist Trophy • Back Shield • Banana Gun • Banana Peel • Barrel • Beam Sword • Beastball • Beehive • Beetle • Black Hole • Blast Box • Bob-omb • Bombchu • Bomber • Boomerang • Boss Galaga • Bullet Bill • Bumper • Bunny Hood • Capsule • Crate • Cucco • Daybreak Parts • Death's Scythe • Deku Nut • Dragoon Parts • Drill • Fairy Bottle • Fake Smash Ball • Fire Bar • Fire Flower • Food • Franklin Badge • Freezie • Golden Hammer • Gooey Bomb • Grass • Green Shell • Gust Bellows • Hammer • Healing Field • Healing Sprout • Heart Container • Hocotate Bomb • Home-Run Bat • Hothead • Killer Eye • Killing Edge • Lightning • Lip's Stick • Master Ball • Maxim Tomato • Metal Box • Motion-Sensor Bomb • Mr. Saturn • Ore Club • Party Ball • Pitfall • Poison Mushroom • Poké Ball • POW Block • Rage Blaster • Ramblin' Evil Mushroom • Ray Gun • Rocket Belt • Rolling Crate • Sandbag • Screw Attack • Smart Bomb • Smash Ball • Smoke Ball • Soccer Ball • Special Flag • Spiny Shell • Staff • Star Rod • Steel Diver • Super Launch Star • Super Leaf • Super Mushroom • Super Scope • Superspicy Curry • Timer • Unira • Warp Star • X Bomb|
|Other||Break Free (Lead the Way) • Challenges • Fighting Mii Team • Lylat Cruise conversations • In-game music • Jump Up, Super Star! • Palutena's Guidance • Pokémon • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Smash Taunt characters • Snake's codec conversations • Spirits (1-500 • 501-1000 • 1001-1500 • 1501-1513) • Staff|