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Lylat Cruise is a stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Unlike previous Star Fox stages, this one takes place on a ship called the Pleiades, and not the Great Fox. The ship will pass through the Lylat System. It plunges through many obstacles, including the Core of an asteroid, in the atmosphere of Corneria, and even through a space battle. The Arwings also shoot the players on the stage, just like they did in the last two games. In Ultimate, the Arwings' design has been updated to match their appearance in Star Fox Zero. Fox McCloud, Falco Lombardi, and Wolf O'Donnell can communicate with other Star Fox and Star Wolf members by using their Smash Taunts, similar to how Solid Snake can communicate to other Metal Gear characters on Shadow Moses Island. Barrels and Crates in this stage take the "futuristic" style. As Masahiro Sakurai and his translators point out in the Smash Bros. DOJO!!, although it is set in space, gravity does not change.
This stage has a minor role in The Subspace Emissary. After defeating Tabuu, the player can go back to The Ruins. When lowered into the pit, there is an extra red door at the bottom of the pit. The player must enter it to face Wolf in the Lylat Cruise. If he is defeated, Wolf is unlocked.
The Final Destination variant in Wii U and Ultimate does not tilt and removes the three smaller platforms. The main platform is completely flat. The stage does not warp and only features the Star Fox and Star Wolf dogfight.
In both Brawl and Ultimate, the unlock match for Wolf takes place here; in the former, this is also true of the unlock match for Falco.
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