The Plain

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Level
The Plain
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Game Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Boss None
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The Plain is an area in Super Smash Bros. Brawl's Subspace Emissary mode, forming one of the stages. The area is quite barren and dusty. It is played by Mario and Pit, and it has no Boss or Stage Reward. It is short, despite the obstacles in the stage.

Layout[edit]

The area begins near a Borboras, and is followed by platforms with more Borboras, along with variants of Primids. The player then reaches a flat area with Feyesh and Tickens. A stone wall must be broken, leading to a Borboras in front of a cave with a Ticken at the beginning. A wall blocks the entrance of the cave when entered and begins to move, and fiery Jyks and Poppants are encountered. A Borboras and a Boom Primid are found before a drop containing breakable stone blocks. More Primids are found as the player travels through the cave. A path in the ceiling leads to a Feyesh in front of a door, which contains Stickers, a Heart Container, and an Orange Cube with a Trophy in it. At the end of the main cave area, a Borboras and another door are found. Through the door, the player must ride a moving platform, while fighting Spaaks, Primids, Borboras, and Glunders. After defeating all of the enemies when the platform stops, the player can carry on to the end of the level, where Mario and Pit encounter the Ancient Minister.

Playable characters[edit]

  • Mario
  • Pit

Enemies[edit]

Stage Clear Reward[edit]

  • None

Songs played in Subspace Emissary stage (in order of appearance)[edit]

Name Source Credits Plays In
Step: The Plain Super Smash Bros. Brawl The entire stage
Battlefield Super Smash Bros. Brawl The cutscene at the end of the stage

Trivia[edit]

  • The name of this stage is ironic because plains are usually grassy, yet The Plain is shown as desolate.