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The stage takes place on the Spirit Train itself as it travels through New Hyrule, moving forward during gameplay. Similar to the road in Big Blue from Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, if players stand on the train tracks they will be pushed off the sides; landing in front of the train, however, causes them to be rammed into the air by the train. The train consists of the Spirit Engine, the Solid Passenger Car, and the Trusty Freight Car; the fighters can fight in and on each of the cars. Toon Link, in his Royal Engineer attire, also appears as the train's conductor; if either Link or Toon Link is part of the battle, Alfonzo conducts the train instead.
During the match, part the train will scroll off-screen, and when the train returns to its normal position the Trusty Freight Car will either be carrying Linebeck III's Trading Post or a pile of coal, or be entirely replaced with a destroyed passenger car or a series of platforms. Birds will occasionally carry another aerial platform on-screen. In addition, every so often an Armored Train or a Dark Train may show up on either side of the train; the Armored Train rams directly into the train, pushing it toward the other blast line, while the Dark Train explodes, either off to the sides or after leaping up on top of one of the train cars, which can damage fighters and occasionally temporarily cause the train cars to disconnect.
The Final Destination variant of this stage consists of a floating platform moving over the land.
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