Roy (Fire Emblem)
- This article is about the Fire Emblem character in Super Smash Bros.. For the Koopaling, see Roy Koopa. For the playable character in Mario Tennis: Power Tour, see Roy (Mario Tennis: Power Tour).
|First appearance||Super Smash Bros. Melee (2001; video game appearance)|
Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade (2002; in the Fire Emblem series)
|Latest appearance||Fire Emblem Engage (2023, Fire Emblem series)|
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018, Mario-related media)
|Latest portrayal||Ray Chase (English, 2017-present)|
Jun Fukuyama (Japanese, 2001-present)
- “Failure is not an option!”
- —Roy, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Roy is a fifteen-year-old swordsman and the main protagonist of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade, who made his debut as a character in the crossover game, Super Smash Bros. Melee. Roy is the son of Eliwood of the House Pherae, taking over leadership of Pherae's army in place of his ill father during the Disturbance of Bern.
Since his initial appearances, he has made subsequent minor appearances in other Fire Emblem games, and returned as a downloadable fighter in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U and as an unlockable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
|Super Smash Bros. fighter|
|Super Smash Bros. Melee (unlockable)|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (downloadable)
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (downloadable)
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (unlockable)
|Standard: Flare Blade |
Side: Double-Edge Dance
Final Smash: Critical Hit
|Enters the stage via warp magic.|
Super Smash Bros. Melee
- SmashWiki article: Roy (SSBM)
Roy is an unlockable character in Super Smash Bros. Melee, unlocked by beating Classic or Adventure Mode as Marth or by playing 900 Melee matches, then by defeating him on Temple. During development, Nintendo of America and Masahiro Sakurai discussed possibly removing Roy for the Western release of the game, but ultimately decided to keep him in. Roy's moves are similar to Marth's, but are strongest at the hilt of his blade. In general, Marth's sweetspotted attacks are stronger than Roy's, but the sweetspot on Roy's sword is larger. As an aesthetic detail, some of Roy's moves deal fire damage, reflecting the fire powers of his sword in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade. Roy is voiced by Jun Fukuyama; like Marth, all of his voice clips are kept from the Japanese release, reflecting the Japan-only status of the Fire Emblem series at the time.
Roy's standard special move is Flare Blade, which has Roy charge a sword strike that deals an explosion. His side special move is Double-Edge Dance, which is similar to Dancing Blade. His up special move is Blazer, which sends Roy into the air as he slashes upward, dealing fire damage to opponents. Finally, his down special move is Counter, which deals more damage than Marth's version of the move (1.5x damage) but is slower and does not remain active as long.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
While Roy is not a playable character in the game, files for Roy exist on the game disc, indicating that he may have been planned to be a playable character at one point.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
- SmashWiki article: Roy (SSB4)
Roy is a downloadable character along with Mewtwo, Lucas, Ryu, Corrin, and Bayonetta in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, released the same day as Lucas and Ryu, on June 14, 2015. His appearance in this title is primarily based on his Great Lord design in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade, while taking elements from his appearance as downloadable content in Fire Emblem Awakening. His voice actor from Super Smash Bros. Melee, Jun Fukuyama, reprises his role for this game, giving Roy new voice clips.
Like in Super Smash Bros. Melee, Roy's attacks are strongest when hitting closer to the hilt of the blade, with yellow sword trails that indicate the sweetspot on his sword similar to Marth. While his special moveset has not changed from his previous appearance, some of Roy's other moves and animations have been altered to further differentiate him from Marth. He also moves faster than he does in Super Smash Bros. Melee, especially while in the air, though he is also heavier than before. In addition, as a result of the redesign, Roy is around the same height as Marth rather than being shorter, though his attacks still do not reach as far. Finally, Roy has been given a Final Smash: Critical Hit, which operates differently from Marth and Lucina's version of the attack and involves him swinging his sword overhead to trap opponents before slashing them.
Additionally, one of Marth's alternate costumes resembles Roy's original appearance.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- SmashWiki article: Roy (SSBU)
Roy reappears as an unlockable playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, retaining his appearance and several of his moves from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Additionally, Chrom is playable, being an Echo Fighter of Roy. Similarly to Marth, Roy's voice is now dubbed in English, being voiced by Ray Chase. Flame effects are now included in more of Roy's attacks, further referencing his sword's fire powers. Roy receives benefits from universal changes, having faster mobility; reduced landing lag in his aerials and short hop timing; a greater recovery, due to the reintroduction of directional air dodges and his increased air speed; and a greater offensive play, due to the abilities to use any grounded attack out of a run and using aerial attacks on ladders, as well as his own attacks dealing more knockback.
On a side note, as with several other returning fighters, Roy's (as well as Marth and Ike's) victory theme has been sped up compared to the previous installments.
Classic Mode route
|A Journey of Swords|
|1||Lucina, Chrom, Ike||Free-for-All||Castle Siege||Beyond Distant Skies - Roy's Departure|
|2||Meta Knight||Halberd||Meta Knight's Revenge|
|3||Link (green costume)||Skyloft||Ballad of the Goddess|
|4||Shulk||Gaur Plain||You Will Know Our Names|
|6||Marth, Corrin (male), Corrin (female)||Free-for-All||Coliseum||Winning Road - Roy's Hope|
|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: Flare Blade
Flare Blade is Roy's neutral special move. Roy charges up a fiery sword strike, attacking with a slash that explodes. The move charges for as long as the player holds down the special attack button and automatically attacks when fully charged. Fully charged, Roy's Flare Blade is capable of instantly KO-ing any opponent, though Roy also takes recoil damage.
Flare Blade in Super Smash Bros. Melee
- SmashWiki article: Double-Edge Dance
Double-Edge Dance is Roy's side special move. The move is similar to Marth's Dancing Blade, in that Roy performs a series of four sword slashes, and can change the attack by angling the control stick at certain points. In addition, the third down hit and the final hit for all directions deal fire damage, and the third up hit is a meteor smash rather than the third down hit.
- SmashWiki article: Blazer
Blazer is Roy's up special move. When used, Roy leaps into the air, slashing his sword up with a fire trail. Blazer is a slower attack compared to Marth's Dolphin Slash, but deals multiple hits of fire damage. The angle at which Blazer travels can also be controlled by tilting the control stick. The move can also be reversed on startup to make it stronger.
- SmashWiki article: Counter
Counter is the down special move used by Roy as well as Marth, Ike 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, Roy enters a readied stance and automatically counterattacks whenever attacked, reflecting all damage and knockback back onto the opponent.
In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Roy's Counter deals more damage than Marth's, inflicting 1.5 times the damage the attack would have dealt. In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, however, the multiplier has been decreased to 1.35 times the damage.
According to Masahiro Sakurai, the counter move was meant to reference the turn-based elements of Roy's home franchise.
- SmashWiki article: Critical Hit
Critical Hit is the Final Smash used by Roy as well as Marth and Lucina, based upon the critical hit mechanic of the Fire Emblem series. Roy's Critical Hit functions differently from Marth and Lucina's: he does not charge forward, instead slowly swinging his sword around in an overhead arc starting from behind him, based on his critical hit animation when using the Binding Blade in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade. Opponents caught in the arc take repeated damage and are brought in front of Roy, where he swings his sword downward, creating a large blast and launching opponents. Like with Marth and Lucina's Critical Hit, cosmetic health bars designed after the ones from Fire Emblem Awakening appear at the end of the move, showing the opponents' health drop rapidly to 0. However, Roy's Critical Hit isn't as strong and doesn't launch as far. Strangely, at the end of the move, a sheath appears on Roy's back and he sheathes his sword, but the sheath disappears once Roy draws his sword back out.
Profiles and statistics
Super Smash Bros. Melee trophies
Super Smash Bros. Brawl sticker
|Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade||[Slash] - Attack +24|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U trophies
|Name||3DS Image||Wii U Image||Appears in||American English description||British English description|
|Roy||GBA Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade (2002 (JP))||Roy, the main character of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade, returns for the first time since Melee! In The Binding Blade, Roy led the troops of Pherae into battle in his ailing father's stead, and now he brings his speed and talent for short-range combat into this game. His sword, the Sword of Seals, is uniquely powerful at the base of the blade.|
|Roy (Alt.)||GBA Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade (2002 (JP))||Flare Blade creates an explosion in front of Roy that can be charged by holding down the button. Take care, though, because at the highest levels of charge, Roy himself will catch fire and take damage! His side special, Double-Edge Dance, changes for each strike after the first depending on whether you hold up or down while attacking.|
|Critical Hit (Roy)||N/A||For Roy's Final Smash, he traps enemies in a circular swing of the blade, brings it up behind him, and then, in a blast of fire, brings the blade down for a powerful finisher! The downward attack is powerful on its own but doesn't have much range, so make sure you're close enough to hit your enemies with the full combo and really seal their fate!||For Roy's Final Smash, he traps enemies in a circular swing of the blade, brings it up behind him and then, in a blast of fire, brings the blade down for a powerful finisher! The downward attack is powerful on its own, but doesn't have much range, so make sure you're close enough to hit your enemies with the full combo and really seal their fate!|
Blue indicates exclusive to the Wii U version.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
- Pit: Who is THAT?
- Palutena: I have no data on this fighter. I can't believe it!
- Viridi: It must be an intruder from another dimension!
- Pit: Whoever it is, the goal remains the same: to fight and win!
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Pit: Look! Marth just dyed his hair red!
- Palutena: Actually, that's the Young Lion, Roy.
- Pit: The Young Lion?
- Viridi: He's 15 years old.
- Pit: 15 years old?! Is that even legal?!
- Viridi: It is in Ostia, where Roy spends his days as a noble, being smart, brave, and dependable. I bet he smells like heaven!
- Pit: How am I supposed to compete with a guy like that?
- Palutena: By not getting too close, for one thing. His Binding Blade is extremely powerful at close range.
- Pit: Or maybe instead of fighting, he'd be willing to talk out our differences?
- Palutena: Don't be a baby, Pit. Just keep Roy at a distance and you'll be fine. He's only dangerous if he gets close. But once he gets close, prepare to get mauled.
- Roy is the main character of the Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade game. In The Binding Blade, Roy led the troops of Pherae into battle in his ailing father's stead, and now he brings his speed and talent for short-range combat into Super Smash Bros. for Wii U & Nintendo 3DS. His sword, the Sword of Seals, is uniquely powerful at the base of the blade.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Super Smash Blog bio
- Get up close and personal for major damage! Unlike Marth, Roy's attacks are more powerful the closer you get to the base of his blade. For his Final Smash, his sword bursts into flame and sends anyone caught in the blast flying.
- "I won't lose!"
- "That was a fierce battle!"
- "Failure is not an option!"
- "Now the true battle begins!"
| Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U - "Mamoru beki mono no tameni, makerarenai!" (For those whom I must protect, I won't lose!) - Winning a versus match (Jun Fukuyama, 2014)||File info|
| Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - "Failure is not an option!" - Winning a versus match (Ray Chase, 2018)||File info|
Names in other languages
- In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Roy (along with Ganondorf and Sheik) does not appear as an opponent in the game's Classic Mode. As a result, his introduction image for Classic Mode goes unused.
- Roy is the only fighter in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to share a name with another fighter in the same game. Despite this, the announcer has unique voices for each one:
- In English (which is also used in Japanese, Korean, and for Ultimate, Chinese) and German, Fire Emblem Roy's name is spoken in a more energetic tone, similar to the announcer in Super Smash Bros. Melee, while Roy Koopa's name is spoken in a deeper tone.
- In French and Dutch (in Ultimate), the announcer calls Fire Emblem Roy with a slightly higher-pitched voice than Roy Koopa; conversely, in Spanish, he calls Roy Koopa with a slightly higher-pitched voice instead.
- In Italian, the announcer rolls the "r" much longer for Roy Koopa, while Fire Emblem Roy is pronounced with a longer "o".
- In the Russian version of Ultimate, Fire Emblem Roy is pronounced with a shorter "o" than Roy Koopa.
- Soma (December 13, 2015). Sakurai Interview: Fire Emblem 25th Anniversary. Source Gaming. Retrieved December 31, 2015.
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Mr. Sakurai Presents "Byleth"
|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. 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 • Hollow Bastion (DLC) • 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|