- This article is about the character from Fire Emblem. For the dog in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, see Ike (The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!).
Ike's Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance appearance in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
|First appearance||Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance (2005, Fire Emblem series)|
Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008, Mario-related media)
|Latest appearance||Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018)|
|Latest portrayal||Greg Chun (2017-present)|
Michihiko Hagi (Japanese, 2005-present)
- “I fight for my friends.”
- —Ike, Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Ike is the protagonist in two games of the Fire Emblem series, debuting in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, the series' ninth installment. In his home series, Ike is the leader of the Greil Mercenaries, who are drawn into two wars spanning the continent of Tellius. With the help of his companions, Ike acquires the sacred sword Ragnell and brings peace to Tellius, ending hostilities between its inhabitant beorc and laguz races in the process.
He appears as a playable fighter in the Nintendo-crossover fighting game, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and returned for its successors, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Ike is the third Fire Emblem character to appear in the Super Smash Bros. series, after Marth and Roy. Ike is a very powerful fighter - one of the strongest, but as a downside, he is quite heavy and slow.
Super Smash Bros. series
|Super Smash Bros. fighter|
|Super Smash Bros. Brawl|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (unlockable)
|Standard: Eruption |
Side: Quick Draw
Final Smash: Great Aether
|Ike appears on the stage via warp magic.|
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- SmashWiki article: Ike (SSBB)
Ike appears as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, using his appearance in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. He fights using the two-handed longsword Ragnell, which gives his attacks power and range, but as a result he is slower and heavier than most characters. Ike was not originally intended to be in the game from the start; instead, Masahiro Sakurai had created a template for a slow but powerful swordsman. As he also wanted to include a new Fire Emblem character, it was decided that Ike, in addition to being the protagonist of the latest games in the Fire Emblem series at the time, would be a good fit for the concept. Ike is voiced by Jason Adkins in English, and by Michihiko Hagi in Japanese, his respective voice actors since the release of Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. This also makes him the first Fire Emblem character in the series to be given an English voice actor.
Ike's neutral special move is Eruption, in which he plunges his sword into the ground to create an explosion. His side special move is Quick Draw, which has Ike charge a sword slash that sends him directly forward. His up special is Aether, in which Ike throws his sword into the air and slams back into the ground. His down special move is Counter, which has Ike deal a counterattack if he is hit. His Final Smash is Great Aether, which has him slash any nearby opponents into the air, where he repeatedly attacks them before slamming them back into the ground.
The Subspace Emissary
Ike makes his debut in the Subspace Emissary near the end of The Battlefield Fortress. During the story, both Marth and Meta Knight fail to stop the Ancient Minister from carrying another Subspace Bomb to another location in the trophy world. Hope seems lost for the two, until, out of nowhere, the Ragnell sword begins hovering behind the Ancient Minister, and Ike continues to use Aether on the Subspace Bomb, breaking it and deactivating it, making the Ancient Minister flee. The three warriors continue through the wasteland, finally reaching the Ancient Minister, but are unable to do anything as he floated over a cliff.
The three continue to dash onwards through The Wilds, after seeing Galleom in its tank form. Galleom transforms into its main form after meeting the swordsmen. Ike, Marth, and Meta Knight face off against Galleom afterwords, and then continue into The Canyon. After Meta Knight had left the group after Galleom was defeated a second time, Ike, alongside Pokémon Trainer, Lucas, and Marth, are seen fighting many Primids, now with the Ice Climbers. The five "warriors" are then seen (Mario, Pit, Kirby, Link, and Yoshi) in the background, jumping off from a bluff to help fight off the army. After awhile, Ike, alongside many others, are flown into Subspace, where he and all others are turned into trophies. However, King Dedede, Ness, and Luigi recover him, and others (Kirby also helps afterwards). He and the others are then pitted against The Great Maze, and then the creature whom turned the heroes into trophies, Tabuu.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
- SmashWiki article: Ike (SSB4)
Ike returns as a veteran fighter in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. His design has been changed to be his appearance as a Hero in Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn. While Ike's moveset is no different from the previous game, most of his attacks that use fire use blue flames rather than the red seen in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, referencing his blessing by the goddess Yune at the end of Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, during which his sword is cloaked in blue fire. Ike receives faster movement and attack speed, in exchange for his overall damage output being slightly toned down.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- SmashWiki article: Ike (SSBU)
Ike reappears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as a playable character, where this time, players can choose to play as his Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance or Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn appearance. His voice also changes slightly depending on which appearance is used, which is provided by his voice actor from Fire Emblem Heroes, Greg Chun, replacing Jason Adkins from previous Super Smash Bros. installments. Ike benefits greatly from universal changes: his mobility is even faster, his short hop timing is greatly reduced, his aerials have less landing lag, his recovery is extended by the reintroduction of directional air dodges, and his offensive play is aided by the abilities to use any ground attack out of a run and use his aerials on ladders.
On a side note, as with several other returning fighters, Ike's (as well as Marth and Roy's) victory theme has been sped up compared to the previous installments.
Classic Mode route
Ike's Classic Mode route involves fighting characters in dark-colored alternate costumes (except if they are dark-colored by default). This represents his relationship with the Black Knight in his own games.
|The Black-Clad Warriors|
|1||Meta Knight, Kirby||Fountain of Dreams||Meta Knight's Revenge|
|2||Morton, Greninja, Sonic||Spear Pillar||Knight of the Wind|
|3||Dark Pit||Reset Bomb Forest||Dark Pit's Theme|
|4||Bayonetta||Umbra Clock Tower||One Of A Kind|
|5||Giant Mr. Game & Watch||Luigi's Mansion (Battlefield)||On the Hunt -Gloomy Manor Ver.- (Instrumental)|
|6||Link, Toon Link||Bridge of Eldin||Hyrule Castle (Outside)|
|Final||Master Hand, Crazy Hand (intensity 7.0 or higher)||Final Destination||Master Hand|
Master Hand / Crazy Hand (intensity 7.0 or higher)
- SmashWiki article: Eruption
Eruption is Ike's standard special move. Ike holds his sword in the air before plunging it into the ground, creating an explosion that damages any nearby opponents. The move can be charged by holding the special move button, and automatically strikes once fully charged, though a fully charged Eruption deals 10% damage to Ike. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the flames the attack makes are red; the fire is changed to being blue in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
While the attack can be powerful when it is being charged, a full power Eruption actually delivers less knockback than some of the weaker stages of the charging process. In fact, the stage that comes before Eruption reaches full power can potentially one-hit-KO most fighters. On a side note, the full power Eruption delivers horizontal knockback, while all the other charging stages deliver vertical knockback. Additionally, Ike begins flashing red when Eruption is almost at full power.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, Eruption has two custom variants: the first is Tempest, which cannot be charged as long and replaces the fire with wind that pushes opponents away; only the sword can deal damage, and a fully-charged Tempest does not damage Ike. When used in the air, the move does stall Ike's falling speed for a moment, which can help with his recovery. The second variant, Furious Eruption, creates larger explosions that deal more damage to both opponents and Ike; the move can also damage Ike before it's fully charged.
- Names in other languages
- SmashWiki article: Quick Draw
Quick Draw is Ike's side special move. Ike dashes forward a distance depending on how long the move is charged and slashes his sword, damaging any opponents in his path. Although the move can only be charged a certain amount, Ike can be kept in place as long as the special move button is held down. The dash also stops when Ike reaches an edge or strikes an opponent. When used in midair, Ike is left helpless afterwards, though in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, there is a brief window in which Ike can act before being helpless.
The first custom variant given to Quick Draw in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U is Close Combat, which dashes faster and passes through opponents to strike them directly up for less damage. The second is Unyielding Blade, which gives Ike super armor throughout the attack, preventing him from being stopped, as well as dealing greater damage, but Ike does not travel as far, or as quickly.
- Names in other languages
- SmashWiki article: Aether
Aether is Ike's up special move, based upon the skill obtainable in the Fire Emblem series. When used, Ike throws his sword up into the air, damaging any nearby enemies, and knocking them into the air, then jumps up, flips, and slams back toward the ground. Ike also gains super armor while throwing his sword, but it only lasts until he jumps, and can be interrupted if Ike gets grabbed. The move offers very little horizontal distance, which can be a hindrance to Ike if he's not below a ledge.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, Aether's first custom variant is Aether Drive, where Ike throws his sword diagonally into the air, and slams back down. The move offers better horizontal distance, which helps Ike's recovery, but at the same time, the move's vertical distance is shorter than that of the default Aether. The second variant is Aether Wave, which creates a shockwave when landing that extends the range of the attack, but does not deal as much damage.
- Names in other languages
- SmashWiki article: Counter
Counter is the down special move used by Ike as well as Marth, Roy, and Lucina. The move is based on the combat of the Fire Emblem series; when one unit attacks another unit, the opposing unit counterattacks afterwards. When used, Ike enters a readied stance and automatically counterattacks whenever attacked, reflecting all damage and knockback back onto the opponent. Ike's Counter has greater range and deals greater damage than Marth's Counter, inflicting 1.2 times the damage of the opponent's attack, but, like Roy's, is slower.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, the first custom variant for Ike's Counter is Paralyzing Counter (spelled Paralysing Counter in PAL regions), in which the attack stuns enemies rather than damaging them. His second variant is Smash Counter, which is slower but deals increased damage and knockback.
According to Masahiro Sakurai, the counter move was meant to reference the turn-based elements of Ike's home franchise.
- Names in other languages
Great Aether is a more powerful version of Aether and Ike's Final Smash. Similar to Aether, Ike swings his sword up, sending any nearby opponents into the air at the center of the stage (or above a nearby platform if the center of the stage is a pit or other obstacle). He then slashes them multiple times before slamming them back down to the ground, which causes a large explosion, knocking them back up into the air. If the first swing doesn't connect with an opponent, the Final Smash will not play out.
- Names in other languages
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Profiles and statistics
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- Snake: This swordsman's gonna be tough to beat.
- Colonel: Fighting Ike, eh, Snake? Ike is the leader of the Greil Mercenaries. He may look too refined to be a fighter... But he has one heck of a sword arm.
- Snake: Yeah, he's swinging that two-handed sword around with only one hand. I don't even want to get near him.
- Colonel: That's the holy blade of Ragnell. It's an extremely powerful sword. But don't forget, Snake, you're armed to the teeth yourself. To your opponents, you might just be their worst nightmare. The distance between you and your enemy is a crucial element in battle. Using that distance can give you an advantage against some enemies.
- Snake: Yeah, I've got the same feeling...
|Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance||[Weapon] - Attack +23|
Usable by: Marth, Ike
|Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn||[Slash] - Attack +27|
Usable by: Marth, Ike
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
Blue indicates exclusive to the Wii U version.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
- Pit: Does Ike look a little different to you? Maybe a little...tougher?
- Palutena: Hmm...
- Pit: His clothes look different, and his sword looks even more menacing.
- Palutena: Yes, I suppose you're right.
- Pit: And he definitely hasn't aged well.
- Palutena: Well, compared to gods and angels like us, Ike is just a baby.
- Viridi: I don't know how old you are, Pit, but you don't look like you've grown at all.
- Pit: Oh, like you're one to talk! How old are you, anyway? Ten?
- Viridi: A goddess never reveals her age, Pit.
- Palutena: Break it up, you two. Back to Ike. He has a powerful side smash that he will send you flying, but that's also his weakness.
- Viridi: He's very vulnerable at that time, so dodge it and strike back!
- Pit: I claim this victory in the name of Skyworld! SKYWORLD! SKYWORLD!
- Viridi: YEAH! SKYWORLD! SKYWORLD! SKYWORLD!
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Pit: It's Ike!
- Viridi: There are two versions of Ike. The Path of Radiance version and the Radiant Dawn version.
- Pit: Dawn? Radiance?
- Viridi: He's basically either a mercenary or a hero.
- Palutena: The two versions of Ike may look and sound a bit different, but his strength doesn't change at all.
- Viridi: But one of them is three years older than the other. Shouldn't the older one be stronger?
- Palutena: Yeah, you'd think the older one would have three more years of training under his belt.
- Pit: Maybe he skipped three years of arm days.
- Palutena: I somehow doubt that. Have you seen the way he swings that sword? One blow from that sword can do more damage than two of yours, Pit. Be careful.
- One of the main characters from the Fire Emblem series. Having fought in the Mad King's War, restored the fallen nation of Crimea, and taken on the Begnion Empire, Ike is rightly called a hero. He has the strength to back the title – his powerful blade makes him a match for any foe.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Super Smash Blog bio
- Ike's side smash attack is extremely powerful, but it leaves him open, so you'll need to read your opponent's moves carefully. You can choose between his Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn costumes.
- "Prepare yourself!"
- "Great... AETHER!"
- "You're open!"
- "I fight for my friends."
- "You'll get no sympathy from me."
| Super Smash Bros. Brawl - One of Ike's taunts. (Michihiko Hagi, 2008)||File info|
| Super Smash Bros. Brawl - "You'll get no sympathy from me." - Winning a versus match. (Jason Adkins, 2008)||File info|
| Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - Winning a versus match (Radiant Dawn costume). (Michihiko Hagi, 2018)||File info|
| Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - "I fight for my friends." - Winning a versus match (Radiant Dawn costume). (Greg Chun, 2018)||File info|
Names in other languages
- When Ike uses Aether to attack the Ancient Minister, he shouts "Great Aether."
- If Ike grabs someone while he is a giant and does a pummel, the grabbed opponent instantly breaks free from the grab, regardless of their damage. This also happens if Ike grabs someone while tiny.
- Ike's crowd cheer in the Super Smash Bros. series, "We like Ike," is a reference to the campaign slogan used by U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower "I like Ike."
|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||Challenges • Fighting Mii Team • Lylat Cruise conversations • In-game music • 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|