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Jigglypuff (SSB. Amplified)
Universe Pokémon
Official Debut Pokémon Red/Green (1996)
Availability Unlockable
Final Smash Puff Up
Jigglypuff (JPN: Purin) is a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Amplified from the Pokémon series. She is one of the "Original 12" and is once again unlockable. Rachel Lillis will once again voice Jigglypuff, via reused voice clips.

Moveset

Jigglypuff mostly remains the same in terms of moveset except her special, Sing, becoming a neutral Special. She gains Dazzling Gleam as an Up Special. As with other iterations, Jigglypuff being shield broken will send Jigglypuff flying to an instant KO if Jigglypuff doesn't hit a solid ceiling.

Special Moves
Neutral Special Sing It puts foes to sleep in its area of effect.
Side Special Pound Jigglypuff steps forward and uses the arm/hand to hit a foe.
Up Special Dazzling Gleam Puff up and spins upward while expelling a fairy light a short distance. The fairy light does damage to foes.
Down Special Rest Jigglypuff puts itself to sleep and cannot move for a short period of time. If activated near a touching distance foe, it will damage the foe and launch them upward
Final Smash Puff Up
Custom Moves 1
Neutral Special Hyper Voice Sends shockwaves of sound via its voice. Can be deflected.
Side Special Rollout Hold to charge a rolling attack. Jigglypuff sends itself rolling forward to hit its foes.
Up Special Dazzling Burst Uses a burst of fairy light to cause a leap and spins forward.
Down Special Wakie Wakie Creates an explosion upon waking up from a rest.
Custom Moves 2
Neutral Special Stockpile Gathers up edible energy up to three levels. Each stockpile grants a small defensive boost. It looses its boost once the stockpile is lost.
Side Special Spit Up Unleashes all of stockpiled energy as a projectile. The more stockpiled, more the damage.
Up Special Gyro Ball Strangely spins itself to propel itself upward. Can control the direction
Down Special Swallow Heals its self by swallowing its stockpile. The more the stockpile, the more it heals.

Ground Attacks:

Jab: Sends out a punch. Press again for a second one.

Side Tilt: Kicks and spins.

Up Tilt: Uses a "ballerina" kick upward.

Down Tilt: Crouches and kicks.

Side Smash: Sends out a kick, moving in the direction the kick goes.

Up Smash: It does a "headbutt"

Down Smash: Splits kicks and spins back in direction it's facing.

Dash Attack: Jigglypuff uses a full body tackle.

Get Up (On Back): Kicks back then forward

Get Up (On Face): Kicks forward then back

Get Up (Trip): Spins and kicks both sides.

Air Attacks:

Neutral: kicks a foe with one foot.

Foward: Lunges out in a two-footed kick

Back: Back kicks a foe.

Down: Uses the feet to "drill" kick the opponent

Up: Violently sweep the hand upward.

Throw:

Pummel: Punches foes.

Forward: Performs a powerful slap and twirls afterward.

Back: Suplexes foe.

Down: Appears to body slam the foe.

Up: Throws foes up, with a twirl.

Animation:

Crawl: No

Wall Cling/Jump: Neither

Tethering: No

Jump Number: 6

Standing Still: "Bounces" in place.

Idle 1: Looks around while bouncing.

Idle 2: Closes its eyes and exhales

Entry: Pops out of a Pokéball.

Special Animations:

Up Taunt: Puffs up mad, then undoes the puff up.

Side Taunt: Spins around and then strikes a pose, saying the species name.

Down Taunt: Deflates itself and re-inflates.

Victory Animation: Sleeps, but wakes up.

Victory Animation 2: Spins fast and then poses the same as the Smash Wii U/3DS artwork.

Victory Animation 3: Inflates after appearing deflated.

Team Victory Animation (Pikachu): Jigglypuff puts Pikachu to sleep. Jigglypuff puffs up mad afterward.

Team Victory Animation (Rosalina & Luma): Jigglypuff dances in rythym with a Luma that Rosalina watches.

Trophy info

Jigglypuff:

Number 39, Jigglypuff, the Balloon Pokémon. This adorable Normal/Fairy type Pokémon is known for putting people and foes to sleep and being really light. In Smash, it demonstrates these well. It gains Dazzling Gleam to better fit its secondary typing of Fairy. If this Pokémon shows up at a talent show, I hope the judges and some audience members have the Insomnia ability and/or some Chesto Berries on hand.

Jigglypuff (Alt):

Jigglypuff's potential takes into the air where it deliver effective aerial stikes. Its new Up Special, Dazzling Gleam, is much better at protecting Jigglypuff functioning like Wario's Corkscrew. Use Rest while against an opponent carefully, or else, this leaves Jigglypuff wide open. A sucessful use of Sing will put foes to sleep for a free hit. Pound is quite useful against shields and

Puff Up:

Jigglypuff inflates itself to be so big, foes just cannot be near it.  That's because as it gathers air, it pushes foes nearby and when it reaches max size, it exhales and lets all that air out. The exhale pushes foes far if they are still near Jigglypuff. This will be tough to dodge on small stages, especially if Jigglypuff is at the center when it uses Puff Up.

Special Attrib.

  • Phoenix Wright's "evidence" against Jigglypuff in his Final Smash will be the sleep status label found in Pokémon Sun and Moon, and a Moon Stone.
  • For Kirby's copy ability, Kirby gains Sing and Jigglypuff's hair fluff and ears as a hat.
  • Jigglypuff's victory theme is the song associated with a Jigglypuff singing found in Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow.

Trivia

  • According to the director, this instance of Jigglypuff in Smash is indeed a female.

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