|Charizard (SSB. Amplified)|
|Official Debut||Pokemon Red/Green (1996)|
|Final Smash||Mega Charizard X|
Charizard mostly remains the same in terms of his moveset. His custom moves have changed. Outside of his moveset, he gains some buffs to help him out with some situations normally putting Charizard in a bad situation. However, his playstyle from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS remains the same.
|Neutral Special||Flamethrower||Breathes fire from its mouth. Can control the angle of the flame.|
|Side Special||Flare Blitz||Cloaks its self in flames and charges at the foe. Does damage to itself regardless of success.|
|Up Special||Fly||Spin jumps upward.|
|Down Special||Rock Smash||Holds out a rock and smashes it with its head. The rock debris and the headbutt do damage.|
|Final Smash||Mega Charizard X|
|Neutral Special||Dragon Rage||Sends out a dragonic blast of fire. Always does 5% damage regardless of multiple use.|
|Side Special||Dragon Rush||Spins and charges at its foe, dealing multiple hits. Does not damage itself|
|Up Special||Air Slash||Leaps upward and uses wings to send a cutting air downward.|
|Down Special||Smokescreen||Causes some smoke that that surrounds a small area that obscures the view inside and if foes are close, stuns them.|
|Neutral Special||Roar||Sends out a roar that pushes foes away.|
|Side Special||Fire Fang||Leans forward and uses a fire-powered bite.|
|Up Special||Flame Burst||Use Flame Burst in a rapid fire blast, pushing Charizard upward.|
|Down Special||Fire Spin||Holds a foe in fire. Foes can still attack in spite of not being able to walk or run out.|
Jab: Press once for Scratch. Press again for another. A final press uses a wing to strike the foe.
Side Tilt: Whips the foe with its tail.
Up Tilt: Charizard leaps up and jabs foes with its wings.
Down Tilt: Charizard crouches and uses a headbutt
Side Smash: Charizard uses Fire Punch.
Up Smash: Charizard violently flaps its wings for a two hit attack.
Down Smash: Stomps down and tiny rocks fly giving an area of effect.
Dash Attack: Uses Steel Wing.
Get Up: Charizard claws forward and whips its tail behind him.
Neutral: Charizard claws forward then back. Foward claw strike does more damage.
Foward Air: Performs a kick like the previous entry's dash attack
Back Air: Charizard "flicks" his foe with an upward tail stirke.
Down Air: Stomps down. Can spike or meteor.
Up Air: Lunges its head upwards to headbutt the foe.
Pummel: Bites the foe.
Forward: Charizard grips foes with teeth, and tosses them forward.
Back: Grabs foe with teeth, swings them in a circle, and release behind him.
Down: Charizard throws the foe down, breathes fire on them, and stomps on them.
Up: Combines Seismic Toss and Sky Drop to slam the foe to the ground.
Wall Cling/Jump: Neither
Up Taunt: Charizard speads its wings and roars triumphantly
Side Taunt: Charizard glares forward showing a Scary Face and readies to breathe fire.
Down Taunt: Charizard lays on it side and pretends to sleep, out of boredom. It stops faking and gets back up.
Victory Animation: Charizard uses Flare Blitz to the ground and poses.
Victory Animation 2: Charizard lands on the floor, and grins in victory.
Victory Animation 3: Charizard stomps twice and poses with a grin.
Team Victory Animation (Greninja): Charizard uses Fire Pledge and Greninja uses Water Pledge with each other.
Team Victory Animation (Decidueye): Charizard uses Fire Pledge and Decidueye uses Grass Pledge with each other.
Team Victory Animation (Bartz): Charizard gleefully lets Bartz on its back. Bartz's fear of heights causes him to panic.
Number 6, Charizard, the Flame Pokemon. This Pokemon evolves from a Charmeleon. It seeks challenging foes, has a battling spirit, and has a flame at the tip of its tail. This Pokemon shows that fighting spirit and flames into Super Smash Bros. Don't worry, Charizard's going to get the finest fighters that Super Smash Bros. has to offer for a good fight.
It mostly fights the same as the previous appearances. The Flamethrower puts out a flame that shrinks and weakens, the longer it is used. Although Charizard's Flare Blitz doesn't spin anymore, the damage and recoil damage remains in the move. Fly still sends Charizard flying high and damaging any foe getting in the Fly charge's way. Rock Smash retains the hard hitting armored attack strength, so small hits don't really make Charizard flinch when the attack is performed.
Mega Charizard X
Charizard taps into the Charizardite X's power to transform into Mega Charizard X for a short time. It can freely fly around while delivering a powerful spin charges in any direction or a scorching Fire Blast. Charizard is near unstoppable in this form, so its foes better watch out when Mega Charizard X shows up. Oh, if a "shiny" Charizard uses the Charizardite X Mega Stone, Mega Charizard X will be "shiny" as well.
|Default||Orange||Charizard as it appears on X and Y. Orange with faded green inside of the wings|
|Palette||Black||The "shiny" variant of Charizard. Black with red inside of the wings. Turns its Mega into "shiny" as well.|
|Palette||Blue||Takes its coloring from Golbat. Blue body and purple inside of the wings.|
|Palette||Red||Takes its color scheme from Charmeleon. Darker red with a less faded dark green|
|Palette||Purple||Takes its color scheme from its old "shiny" in Gold/Silver/Crystal. Purple with pale-green wings.|
|Palette||Yellow||Yellow with black inside of the wings.|
|Palette||Grey||Takes its color scheme from Aerodactyl. Grey with purple inside of the wings.|
|Alt||Orange||It dons Red's shirt and vest without pant or hats. Has the same color scheme as a regular Charizard|
|Alt||Black||Its shiny variant also dons Red's shirt and vest. It goes without pants or hats. It's Mega is "shiny", too.|
|Crossover||Orange||Charizard has a less agressive variant of Meta Ridley's armor.|
|Crossover||Black||The "shiny" Charizard that dons the modified Meta Ridley's armor. The Mega is also "shiny".|
- Phoenix Wright's "evidence" against Charizard in Phoenix's Final Smash is Charizard's label of "Flame Pokemon" and its Fire/Dragon typing with a Charizardite X, which is a call to Charizard looking like a dragon when its typing is actually a Fire/Flying when normal or Mega form Y.
- Kirby regains Charizard's non-shiny head and Flamethrower as a neutral special when Kirby copies Charizard.
- Charizard's victory theme is a brief remix of the victory theme against a Gym Leader in Pokemon Red, Blue, and Green.
- Just like the palettes' appearance in Smash for Wii U/3DS, the red palette is a reference to Charmeleon and the blue one references Golbat. The new grey palette refrences Aerodactyl in the same fashion.
- The director confirms that this instance of Charizard is indeed male. The director adds that Red's shirt and vest is a vague hint to that.