|Lucina (SSB. Amplified)|
|Official Debut||Fire Emblem Awakening (2013)|
|Final Smash||Naga's Blessing|
Unlike Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS, Lucina is no longer a clone due to the implementation of the Great Lord class in her moveset.
|Neutral Special||Javelin Toss||Tosses a javelin. Longer the hold, the longer the distance throw.|
|Side Special||Lunging Assault||Dashes at the foe similar to how Chrom does on the NA cover of Fire Emblem Awakening|
|Up Special||Arc Slash||Jumps up spinning and lands it with an overhead slash.|
|Down Special||Iai Counter||Readies a counter. The counterattack slashes upward.|
Lucina, princess of Ylisse and daughter of Chrom. Lucina travels into past to change her grim future she hails from. Intially going by the name of "Marth" to hide her identity, she fights alongside of father and Robin to save the world. She no longer fights like the identity she once used and is her own person in Smash. Her father is also playable here, too! I also hear she's not the greatest person to joke with.
Lucina's Lunging Assault works as a mixture of Ike side and Marth's neutral specials. The lunge hits once, but has some horizontal recovery. Javelin Toss is a projectile with some power. Watch out for deflecting moves. Arc Slash is rolling jump ment for a diagonal recovery so watch where Lucina's facing. Iai Counter sends Lucina forward and the opponent back. Be sure not abuse this.
With Naga's blessing, Lucina's (or Chrom's) Falchion is powered up to deal extra damage for short amout of time. All sword based attacks are boosted with this blessing, so take advantage of this boost while you can. The sword will glow as a sign of the blessing's effect. This doesn't boost anything else, however.
Chrom, prince of Ylisse and father of Lucina. Chrom, alongside of Robin, commands of group of people called the Shepards to protect the kingdom of Ylisse. He very kind-hearted and trust-worthy. He is very trusting, to a fault. He fights exactly the same as Lucina, as his future self taught her the way he fights. He has a habit of breaking things while training. I'd hate to be a random object in his training area.
|Default||Blue||Her Lord class outfit as appears in Fire Emblem Awakening|
|Palette||Pink||Lord class outfit is pink and purple; sports brown hair|
|Palette||White||Lord class outfit is white and yellow; sports pink hair|
|Palette||Black||Lord Class outfit is black purple; sports silver/white hair|
|Alt||Red||Cosplays as Jill from Radiant Dawn; Has blue hair|
|X-over||Green||Cosplays as Linkle from Hyrule Warriors Legends; has blue hair|
|Chrom||...||See outfit table for Chrom|
|Default||Blue||His Lord class oufit as appears in Fire Emblem Awakening|
|Palette||Black||Lord Class outfit turned black; sports orange hair|
|Palette||Green||Lord Class outfit turned green; sports brown hair|
|Palette||Brown||Lord Class outfit turned brown; sports blonde hair|
|Alt||Blue||Chrom uses his Great Lord outfit.|
|X-over||Blue||Takes his "Mirage" appearence of Tokyo Mirage Sessions.|
Phoenix Wright's "evidence" against Lucina and Chrom in Phoenix Wright's Final Smash are a random broken training dummy and Lucina's mask.
Kirby gains Lucina's mask regardless if Lucina or Chrom is fighting. Kirby gains Javelin Toss as a Copy Ability.
Lucina and Chrom's victory theme is remix of Duty (Ablaze) within 8 seconds.
- Lucina is de-cloned for two reasons: The director wished to make clones more unique and making Chrom playable for Super Smash Bros.
- Lucina's palette swaps are references to her possible mothers. The pink/purple palette references Sumia, white with yellow trims refer to Olivia, and black and purple outfit refers to the default female Robin.
- Chrom's palette swaps are references to his fellow troops. The black palette refers to Gaius, while the green palette refers to Stahl, and brown palette vaguely resembles Vaike.