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Item Use is Chibi-Robo's Standard Special Move in Super Smash Bros. Global Apocalypse. It is equalevant to Samus's Weapon Use. Chibi-Robo uses 5 different items, which serve as weapons, to perform multiple techniques. It keeps all of them inside his head. They can be changed by using Item Switch. Below is a list of all its items. Chibi-Robo heavily relies on this move, as it allows it to use various techniques on its opponents, as well as leaving items on the floor and dragging items near it.
Chibi-BlasterThe Chibi-Blaster works similarly to the Power Beam from the Metroid series. Chibi-Robo uses a small blaster, to blast energy projectiles to its opponents. It has decent knockback and deals a lot of damage if fully charged. It deals 19% samage if fully charged. The weapon first appeared in Chibi-Robo!: Plug into Adventure!.
Chibi-Robo will scrubb the toothbrush on the floor to make it slippery and when an opponent walks on that spot, he trips repeatedly or slides. It also deals decent damage to anyone it traps near it or hits an opponent with it while scrubbing.. This item first appeared in Chibi-Robo!: Plug into Adventure!.
The squirter allows Chibi-Robo to fire consecutive blasts of water to its opponents, pushing them back a little and dealing little damage and no knockback, similar to Squirtle's Water Gun. However, it cannot be charged. The item marked its first appearance in Chibi-Robo!: Park Patrol.
Chibi-VacuumThe Chibi-Vacuum allows Chibi-Robo to suck opponents near it, exactly the opposite of the Squirter. When it brings them in front of the vacuum, it will start to inflict them damage, with no knockback. It is especially useful in order for Chibi-Robo to charge its Smash Attacks and attack them more easily. It can also suck items. It first appeared in Okaeri! Chibi-Robo! Happy Richie Osoji!.
When used, Chibi-Robo will release an antena from its head and release a shockwave, dragging any item in the stage near it, except a Smash Ball. Chibi-Robo cannot move while using this attack. It first appeared in Chibi-Robo!: Plug into Adventure!.