Credit to: Spriters-Resource, for the Sprites. Smashbros.com, for giving me the idea. The people on MarioWiki, for teaching me how to do the formatting. Uniju, for teaching me how to do these Sprite Images, as well as make a few of the emblems.
The Space Pirate is the main troop of the villainous team, the Space Pirates. The Space Pirates major role in the Metroid series makes it a perfect choice for an Assist Trophy.
Now THAT'S a classy entrance!
Run! It's the Space Pirate!
When the Space Pirate emerges from the Assist Trophy, it targets an opposing player, and pursues them.
You'd better not run! He won't stop chasing you!
H-He keeps on going!?
What's this!? He went after another!? In the Metroid series, the Space Pirates show no mercy to anyone that gets in their way. It is the same in Revolution. Also, you'd better not be the last one hit, because...
Ouch, THAT looked like it hurt!
An instant KO to the last person hit by the Space Pirate! You'd better not run, you'd better not hide, because the Space Pirate doesn't quit until everyone is hit!
Shadow Ness is shrouded in complete mystery, as people ask "where did he come from?". Well, answers to that will be revealed later at the upcoming F3 event. Shadow Ness's abilities possess dark mysterious powers, with even more force and power than Ness himself!
Captain Olimar's ship, the Dolphin, was sold in Pikmin 2, but he got a new ship with its own personality. We decided to use this ship as Captain Olimar's Final Smash.
When he gets the Smash Ball, he sends a whistle out...
This bird flies great!
Captain Olimar can ram into his opponents using the ship, and will be able to cause a large amount of damage on them. The fire exhaust does some damage as well. Also, we have decided to add a new power for the ship...
Energy Blasts!? That's new
Pressing the attack button allows Olimar to fire energy blasts towards his opponent. He will fire in different directions if you tilt the control stick. However, Captain Olimar has a few problems with his ship...
It is very difficult to turn the ship around, which will cause him to fly off the stage if you aren't careful. Other than that, this is one deadly Final Smash. What should we call Olimar's Ship, anyway?
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? The first one was right. It is King Dedede, king of Popstar. He is a powerful clone of Kirby, and has many of Kirby's abilities and tricks. Be prepared for pain when going up against this behemoth.
The ape with the red tie returns in Smash Bros. Revolution, with a new fighting style based on the Donkey Konga series. Although he may be big, he packs more than enough power to send his foes flying like jets.
The Mettaur is a virus in the Mega Man series, but it now enters as an item in Smash Bros. Revolution.
A Mettaur will be found lying on the ground
After finding it, pick it up. The Mettaur is very similar to the Mr. Saturn from Melee, however, it does differ slightly in effect.
Pick it up...
And throw it, SMASH!
Toss it at your opponent, it will damage them more than the Mr. Saturn did, but it still only does minor damage. Unlike the Mr. Saturn, which walks around and awaits players to pick it up, the Mettaur is slightly differant after it is thrown.
You mean he does more!?
The Mettaur starts swinging his pick-axe around, hurting any player it happens to hit. Be warned, he also hurts the user.
After Mario and Luigi defeat Goomboss, they reach Mushroom Kingdom II. They finally corner Shadow Mario here, and challenge him to a fight.
"I finally cornered you! Let us settle this like adults."
Luigi tripped on the way there, and thus, is unable to help Mario in this battle. The battle is a standard Super Smash Bros. battle, with Mario and Shadow Mario fighting as they would in a normal fight.
Just fight, its easy.
Shadow Mario has 50% of health, and Mario must lower it to 0%. This is definetely an easy fight.
And Shadow Mario is DOWN!
Oh boy, Deja Vu!
After Shadow Mario is defeated, however, he gets up, and runs off again. Mario and Luigi pursue the thief to get Peach's Crown back.