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Aegislash appears on the Pokémon Stadium 3 stage. It appears in the background when the stage shifts to the Ghost-type theme.
Haunter appears on the Pokémon Stadium 3 stage. It appears in the background when the stage shifts to the Ghost-type theme.
Shy Guys Super Mario
Shy Guys appear on the Rainbow Road stage as hazards. They will drive across the track and damage any fighters they run into. They can be spun out off the track by strong attacks.
Squid Sisters Splatoon
The Squid Sisters appear on the Inkopolis stage. On weekend nights, they appear in the background of the stage performing a concert at Inkopolis Tower, and their images are projected on a massive screen. They don't effect the stage in any way.
Yamask appears on the Pokémon Stadium 3 stage. It appears in the background when the stage shifts to the Ghost-type theme.
Assist Trophy Summons
Cranky Kong Donkey Kong
Cranky Kong is a new Assist Trophy. When summoned, Cranky Kong sits in a rocking chair and sits in the background. He doesn't affect fighters in any way other than serving as a distraction, as he will have lengthy dialogue about the "good old days" of Smash, referencing the original Super Smash Bros. title on the Nintendo 64, and talk about subjects like the "overly complicated techniques like wave-dashing and l-cancelling", and how "we used to only allow Nintendo characters into these things".
Hammer Bro. Super Mario
The Hammer Bro. is a returning Assist Trophy from Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS & Wii U. When summoned, the Hammer Bro. remains stationary, hopping in place and throwing three hammers at a time, which damage any opponents they hit. After a while, the Hammer Bro. will disappear. The Hammer Bro.'s hammers deal Terra element damage, dealing twice as much to Poison characters and half as much to Sky characters.
Midna The Legend of Zelda
Phosphora Kid Icarus
Phosphora is a returning Assist Trophy from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS & Wii U. When summoned, she says "Yes, you called?" and proceeds to summon spheres of electricity that bound around the stage, damaging any opponents they come into contact with. She does this a maximum of five times before disappearing. Her electricity spheres deal Light element damage, dealing twice as much to Darkness characters and half as much to Poison characters, and can be reflected by any move with reflector properties.
Samurai Goroh F-Zero
Slippy Toad Star Fox
Abra is a new Pokémon summon. Only a few seconds after it appears, it uses the move Teleport to leave the stage, doing absolutely nothing. Is rare in Pokéballs, but very rare in Master Balls.
Arceus is a returning Pokémon summon from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS & Wii U. When summoned, Arceus uses Judgement multiple times. The attack deals no damage, but it causes a meteor effect to any airborne opponents, meaning especially bad news for opponents who have been thrown off of the stage.
Giratina is a returning Pokémon summon from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS & Wii U. Giratina uses Ominous Wind, and creates tornadoes that rapidly damage opponents and push them away.
Hawlucha is a new Pokémon summon. In battle, Hawlucha uses the move Flying Press, and leaps up into the air, targets the nearest opponent, and dives toward them in a body slam, dealing major damage and breaking their shield. Is semi-common. Hawlucha's Flying Press deals Sky element damage, dealing twice as much to Terra characters and half as much to Wild characters.
Snorlax is a returning Pokémon summon from all previous Super Smash Bros. installments. Once appearing, Snorlax will leap into the air and go off-screen. After a couple of seconds, it will come back down, three times the size it appeared as, and damage anyone it falls upon. Is semi-common. Snorlax has no element aligned to him.
Smash Run Enemies
Goomba Super Mario
Goombas are one of the most common enemies in the Mario series. They simply wander back and forth, and when they see a fighter, they begin rushing toward them in an attempt to headbutt them. They are Terra element enemies, dealing increased damage to Poison characters but halved damage to Sky characters. Goombas can be defeated by simply jumping on their heads.
The Octoling will appear in puddles of purple ink, hiding in octopus form. When a fighter approaches, they will emerge from the puddle and begin moving around, shooting ink at them. Octolings share their models and animations with the Inklings. They are Poison element enemies, dealing increased damage to Light characters but halved damage to Terra characters.
Lakitu Super Mario
The Lakitu will float around the player in the air, occasionally throwing down Spinies (see below). Lakitus can be knocked out of their clouds, leaving them vulnerable and leaving their clouds for fighters to claim as their own until it disappears. Lakitus are Sky element.
Spiny Super Mario
Master Hand Super Smash Bros.
Master Hand is the primary staple boss character of the Super Smash Bros. series. He appears on the final stage of Classic Mode. He has no element aligned to him.
Crazy Hand Super Smash Bros.
Crazy Hand is the secondary staple boss character of the Super Smash Bros. series. he appears on the final stage of Classic Mode on harder difficulties. He has no element aligned to him.