When grabbed by a fighter, the trophy will summon a random character to aid the summoner in battle. See below for a list of these summons.
Can be picked up and thrown, and explodes on contact. If left alone, it will wander around and detonate on it's own.
Can be carried around. Holding down the attack button will cause the flower to spew flames. Flames can run out however.
When grabbed by a fighter, it will decrease they're damage percentage by 100%.
When touched by a fighter, it will cause the fighter to grow to twice they're size temporarily, increased power and attack damage, but lowering speed and increasing weight.
Functions exactly the same as the Poké Ball, except they only contain legendary or rare Pokémon.
When thrown and hits opponents, it drives opponents into the ground, or meteor smashes them if they are airborne.
After being thrown, it will call out a random Pokémon to aid the summoner in battle. See below for a list of these Pokémon.
The Smash Ball can be broken by a fighter, giving them a rainbow aura around them. Pressing the neutral special command will then activate that character's Final Smash.
Andross will float to behind the stage. From there he will target opponents and shoot flat squares from his mouth, that damage opponents and are tricky to dodge. Uncommon.
When summoned, Birch will start running away from a Poochyena attempting to attack him. The Poochyena will pursue Birch around the stage and attack any opponents Birch so happens to run by.
When summoned, Birdo will act as she did in Super Mario Bros. 2 and simply walk back and forth while spitting eggs, and occasionally fireballs. Her eggs can be grabbed by the fighters and thrown. Common.
When summoned, Cranky sits in his rocking chair and has a lengthy speech about the "good old days" when "Smash Bros. wasn't so complicated". On rare occasions, he'll talk about the first appearance of the summoner, or the first game in they're franchise. Common.
When summoned, Fi will dance around the stage, dealing ballet kicks to opponents she comes across. Before she disappears, she turns into the Goddess Sword and slices around her, damaging nearby opponents. Uncommon.
Shadow uses his Chaos Control to temporarily slow down all opponents. Uncommon.
Starfy wanders around the stage and spins. His spinning damages any opponents he hits. Common.
Vanellope Von Schweetz
When summoned, Vanellope will start glitching around the stage. Any opponents she comes in contact to while glitching will be temporarily stunned. Uncommon.
When summoned, Waluigi will laugh, then run around the stage, stomping opponents into the ground and then launch them away with a tennis racket. Common.
Abra just teleports away after appearing. Semi-rare in Pokéballs, but uncommon in Master Balls.
Articuno flies to the background of the stage and flaps its wings, creating a blizzard that freezes opponents. Rare.
Just flops around. Common.
Gyarados Hyper Beam
Gyarados releases a beam of energy from it's mouth, dealing massive damage to whoever gets hit by it. Rare.
When Hippowdon appears, it creates a sandstorm that causes chip damage to all fighters on screen, including the summoner. Uncommon.
Noivern releases powerful soundwaves, knocking back all opponents within reach. Semi-rare.
Piplup Aqua Jet
Piplup surrounds itself with water and then slides forward, even going off ledges, and trapping any opponents he hits. Common.
Politoed Rain Dance
It performs a happy dance as it starts to rain on the stage. The rain will cause surfaces to become slippery, and only lasts a few seconds. Common.
Zygarde Land's Wrath
Zygarde creates tremors upon the stage, damaging all grounded opponents, while at the same time throwing rocks from the ground that damage opponents they hit. Very rare.