Pokémon is one of the franchises with the biggests representation in Super Smash Bros. Versus. This page shows all of the Pokémon that appear in the game.
- Neutral Special: Flamethrower
- Side Special: Flare Blitz
- Up Special: Fly
- Down Special: Rock Smash
- Final Smash: Mega Charizard X
- Neutral Special: Thunder Jolt
- Side Special: Skull Bash
- Up Special: Quick Attack
- Down Special: Thunder
- Final Smash: Volt Tackle
- Neutral Special: Rollout
- Side Special: Pound
- Up Special: Sing
- Down Special: Rest
- Final Smash: Disarming Voice
- Neutral Special: Shadow Ball
- Side Special: Confusion
- Up Special: Teleport
- Down Special: Disable
- Final Smash: Mega Mewtwo Y
- Neutral Special: Razor Leaf
- Side Special: Leaf Blade
- Up Special: Agility
- Down Special: Leaf Storm
- Final Smash: Mega Sceptile
- Neutral Special: Aura Sphere
- Side Special: Force Palm
- Up Special: ExtremeSpeed
- Down Special: Double Team
- Final Smash: Mega Lucario
- Neutral Special: Water Shuriken
- Side Special: Shadow Sneak
- Up Special: Aqua Jet
- Down Special: Substitute
- Final Smash: Night Slash
- Pokédex Number: 052
- Attack: Pay-Day
Meowth throws a barrage of coins left or right in the opponent's direction. Though it will turn to face the opponent that is closest to it. In addition, falling from above onto Meowth will cause the victim to be locked into the rush of coins and thus take heavy damage, allowing a maximum of approximate 300% if smash attacks are used on the trapped victim.
- Pokédex Number: 095
- Attack: Smack Down
When Onix appears out of a Poké Ball it will jump high into the air and make a few flips in mid-air before stretching its whole body and dropping itself like a brick on the stage. Unlike Snorlax he has no staggering effect but an immediate knockback effect.
- Pokédex Number: 101
- Attack: Explosion
Electrode is both used as an item and appears out of a Poké Ball. When Electrode comes out of the Poké Ball, it will just sit on the stage, but will start to get darker over a period of a few seconds. This serves as warning that Electrode is about to explode. When Electrode explodes, everyone in the blast radius (including the character who summoned Electrode) will take heavy damage that is almost equal to a Bob-omb, and can KO characters at even low percentages. However, there is a chance that it will fail to explode, and it can only be picked up when this occurs. When a thrown Electrode collides with the ground or another player, it explodes.
- Pokédex Number: 110
- Attack: Smokescreen
Weezing will fly a little bit up in the air and will squeeze its eyes. Smoke will be released out of Weezing and will create a giant Smokescreen in the area where Wheezing is. If Weezing is at the edge of Final Destination the Smokescreen will cover a quarter of the stage, and the same size off-stage. It has no additional effects other than blinding the players in that spot.
- Pokédex Number: 120
- Attack: Swift
It will fly around the screen to find another character to shoot at. Once it stops moving and targets a character, Staryu will start to use Swift. Staryu will not move once it starts using Swift. Any character that makes contact with Swift will take damage. However, the attack can be easily DI'd out of. Any character can also take damage if they touch Staryu while it's using Swift attack. Staryu's attack does not harm the summoner.
- Pokédex Number: 129
- Attack: Splash
Magikarp flops around on the stage helplessly until it disappears or has fallen off the stage. It is one of two completely harmless Pokémon in the game, the other being the cute legendary's. Magikarp does not have any hitboxes; none of its attacks give damage to any of the characters. Thus, it is established as the "dud" Pokémon of the Smash Bros. series.
- Pokédex Number: 132
- Attack: Transform
Ditto can transform into any of the other Pokémon. This will be any Pokémon with a rare chance of appearing, while Ditto has a common chance of appearing.
- Pokédex Number: 133
- Attack: Tail Whip/ Evolve
Eevee will evolve into one of its Eeveelutions. Every other evolution will performs another attack. Eevee itself however can also do an attack. There is a chance it won't evolve and does a Tail Whip. Eevee jumps a little bit forwards while whipping with its tail, but only causes minor damage.
- Pokédex Number: 134
- Attack: Surf
When Vaporeon appears out of a Poké Ball it will stand in place and use Surf. Vaporeon glide across the stage until it reaches a blast line or exceeds a time limit. Any character that gets caught in Vaporeon's surf will get washed away with it and will likely get KO'd while trapped. The simpler the stage's terrain is, the more effective Vaporeon's Surf will be. Vaporeon can also be reflected. It basically is Marill, Piplup and Oshawott's attack from previous games.
- Pokédex Number: 135
- Attack: Thunder
When Jolteon appears out of a Poké Ball it will do the Thunder attack which is exactly like Pikachu's Thunder attack. A thundercloud will appear above Jolteon's head and a flash of lightning will strike down on Jolteon hurting anyone who is nearby.
- Pokédex Number: 136
- Attack: Ember
When Flareon appears out of a Poké Ball it will stand in place and use Ember. This attack will trap opponents in the attack radius until the attack ends. The final hit deals surprisingly high knockback, and the attack inflicts high damage overall.
- Pokédex Number: 143
- Attack: Body Slam
Snorlax uses Body Slam as its attack. Snorlax jumps in the air and disappears off the screen. Snorlax will then inflate itself, making it bigger, and descend towards the bottom of the screen. Any character that makes contact with Snorlax will take damage. Snorlax also destroys certain things on a stage. It will detonate certain explosive items like Bob-ombs and Motion-Sensor Bombs. Snorlax's attack does not harm the summoner.
Hoothoot (Japanese: ホーホー Hoho) is a dual-type Normal/Flying Pokémon. It evolves into Noctowl starting at level 20.
- Pokédex Number: 163
- Attack: Peck
When Hoothoot appears out of its Poké Ball it will target an opponent and stand on top of their head. He then occasionally peck down in the opponents face. It will only do minor damage but he does it that many times that it does quite some damage. When you fall off stage, or almost get KO'd Hoothoot jumps off your head and flies away. So you can get rid of him if the character has a good recovery move.
Togepi (Japanese: トゲピー Togepy) is a Fairy-type baby Pokémon, and prior to Generation VI, a Normal-type Pokémon. It evolves into Togetic when leveled up with high friendship, which evolves into Togekiss when exposed to a Shiny Stone.
- Pokédex Number: 175
- Attack: Metronome
It uses Metronome as its attack. Togepi's Metronome deals out status effects to all characters within a certain radius. The summoner is not harmed by any of Togepi's Metronome attacks. Togepi's Metronome is made up of five attacks that are chosen randomly. The attacks are:
- Leech Seed: This attack has the same effect as Lip's Stick. A flower is planted on the head of any players who are in Togepi's glowing attack radius. Without counting the flower damage, the attack hits consecutively with no knockback, and deals about 22%, with the first hit dealing the most damage.
- Powder Snow: A blast of ice is shot out. Any character stuck in the blast radius will be frozen for a couple of seconds and take damage. Unlike other freezing attacks, Powder Snow is a meteor smash, and as a result has no noticable knockback on grounded characters. Deals about 10% damage.
- Hypnosis: Togepi releases its Hypnosis, similar to Bellossom's attack. A character will fall asleep momentarily if he/she is in the attack's radius, taking about 10% damage. As other attacks that induce sleep, it doesn't affect mid-air characters.
- Magnitude: Togepi starts shaking the ground. Anyone near Togepi will become imbedded into the ground for a couple of seconds, like the effect from Donkey Kong's Headbutt attack. This attack looks similar to Venusaur's attack. Hits a maximum of 3 times, each one doing 5% damage.
- SmokeScreen: Togepi releases a black magic aura, which completely blackens the screen for a second, disorienting players, though computer-controlled characters are unaffected. The accuracy of the opponents are lowered as additional effect for the CPU's.
Xatu (Japanese: ネイティオ Natio) is a dual-type Psychic/Flying Pokémon. It evolves from Natu starting at level 25.
- Pokédex Number: 178
- Attack: Future Sight
Once Xatu appears he will just stand on the place he has been summoned. He quickly holds up one wings, the one into the direction the opponent is located. He returns to his normal pose and the fight continues. After a few seconds he will spread his wings and deal a meteor smash on the selected opponent. The tactic is to get your opponent off the stage while this happens, as it will result in an instant KO. This attack never misses and cannot be escaped. Xatu also is a rare Pokémon.
Bellossom (Japanese: キレイハナ Kireihana) is a Grass-type Pokémon. It evolves from Gloom when exposed to a Sun Stone. It is one of Oddish's final forms, the other being Vileplume.
- Pokédex Number: 182
- Attack: Sweet Scent
Bellossom will use Sweet Scent as its attack. Bellossom will start dancing when it comes out of the Poké Ball. Any character that makes contact with the powder surrounding Bellossom will fall asleep. The character who is asleep cannot move until he or she is attacked or when Bellosom disappears, making this Pokémon ideal for characters who possess attacks with large Knockback.
Espeon (Japanese: エーフィ Eifie) is a Psychic-type Pokémon. It evolves from Eevee when leveled up with high friendship during the day or morning, or when around a Sun Shard. It is one of Eevee's final forms, the others being Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Glaceon, and Sylveon. It is the starter Pokémon in Pokémon Colosseum alongside the other Generation II Eeveelution, Umbreon.
- Pokédex Number: 196
- Attack: Psychic
When Espeon appears it creates a spark of energy in front of itself causing damage to any opponent that is nearby and sends them flying. The move has more knockback than it deals damage. It also has very short range.
Umbreon (Japanese: ブラッキー Blacky) is a Dark-type Pokémon. It evolves from Eevee when leveled up with high friendship during the night or when around a Moon Shard. It is one of Eevee's final forms, the others being Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Leafeon, Glaceon, and Sylveon. It is the starter Pokémon in Pokémon Colosseum alongside the other Generation II Eeveelution, Espeon.
- Pokédex Number: 197
- Attack: Pursuit
As Umbreon appears it will use Pursuit. Umbreon will chase the opponent who moves first after it is summoned. Umbreon then will bash into the opponent and cause heavy damage. If nobody moves, aside from the summoner, after it is summoned it will just disappear. Umbreon can run off-stage.
Unown (Japanese: アンノーン Unknown) is a Psychic-type Pokémon. While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, as of Generation III, Unown has 28 derivative shapes, chronicled in the Unown Dex in Generation II and the Unown Report in HeartGold and SoulSilver. There are 26 Latin alphabet characters, plus ? (question mark) and ! (exclamation mark) introduced in Generation III. In Generation II, its shape is determined by its individual values; in Generation III, it is determined by its personality value; from Generation IV onward, it is determined by a separate form identifier.
- Pokédex Number: 201
- Attack: Hidden Power
When Unown is summoned, a random letter of Unown flies off the screen. This particular Unown will hit opponents with moderate knockback; the slash attack is more profound and can even KO. A group of Unown will then begin flying from one side of the screen to the opposite side diagonally. Any character that makes contact with the swarm of Unowns will take damage. The character that made contact with the Unowns will also be forced to the top of the screen. The character even has a chance of getting KO'd at low percentages. Unown's attack does not harm the summoner.
Wobbuffet (Japanese: ソーナンス Sonans) is a Psychic-type Pokémon. It evolves from Wynaut starting at level 15.
- Pokédex Number: 202
- Attack: Counter
Wobbuffet uses Counter as its attack. Wobbuffet rocks back and forth when the player attacks it or hits it with an item. Any character that makes contact with Wobbuffet's Counter will take damage. If Wobbuffet hasn't been hit, contact with it will still cause very minor knockback, but will cause no damage. The power of Wobbuffet's Counter attack varies. If Wobbuffet is hit with a weak attack, it won't wobble a lot. If Wobbuffet is hit with a strong attack, Counter will then cause more damage. Wobbuffet will wobble more intensly if hit with a powerful item. Characters will take more damage if they are hit with a faster wobbling Wobbuffet. Also, characters can get trapped in a Wobbuffet's Counter if it is not too powerful. Wobbuffet's attack harms both opponents and the summoner.
Shroomish (Japanese: キノココ Kinococo) is a Grass-type Pokémon. It evolves into Breloom starting at level 23.
- Pokédex Number: 285
- Attack: Stun Spore or Poison Powder
hen released, Shroomish will use on of the two moves he has. Shroomish stays out for a rather long time, compared to other Pokémon. When he uses Stun Spore he will emit a gas around itself. Anyone caught in this area will be stunned allowing the opponent to attack them. The other attack he can use is Poison Powder which has much less range than the Stun Spore but poisons the opponent and rapidly rises their damage for a few seconds. Shroomish is the only Pokémon who can use multiple attacks aside from Togepi and Eevee.
Gulpin (Japanese: ゴクリン Gokulin) is a Poison-type Pokémon. It evolves into Swalot starting at level 26.
- Pokédex Number: 361
- Attack: Swallow
When summoned, Gulpin will stay where summoned. If an opponent should come within range of Gulpin, it will open its mouth wide and swallow them. They will receive damage according to the amount they are contained in it. Other players can inflict damage to the opponent inside by hitting the Pokémon. They will be abruptly spat out in a few seconds. If the trapped player does button mashing, Gulpin will flail around as if the trapped character is trying to attack it, and Gulpin will spit the character out earlier than it is supposed to, decreasing the amount of damage done. The attack cannot harm the user. If playing as the Ice Climbers, if Popo is swallowed, the Ice Climbers will desynch and the player will be able to directly control Nana until Gulpin releases Popo.
Flygon (Japanese: フライゴン Flygon) is a dual-type Ground/Dragon Pokémon. It evolves from Vibrava starting at level 45. It is the final form of Trapinch.
- Pokédex Number: 330
- Attack: Sand Attack
Flygon appears and flies above the stage. It will dive down as a random spot on the stage and slash with its tail on the ground making some sand fly through the air. Flygon will do this several times. Flygon's tail deals the most damage and has massive knockback while the sand only does very minor damage.
Drifloon (Japanese: フワンテ Fuwante) is a dual-type Ghost/Flying Pokémon. It evolves into Drifblim starting at level 28.
- Pokédex Number: 425
- Attack: Gust
Drifloon simply floats low around the stage waiting for the first one to pick it up. As you grab Drifloon your jump increases and you will descend slowly. However when falling off-stage and don't try to recover Drifloon will blow wind underneath itself and drag you along with it back to the stage. However after that Drifloon immediately disappears.
Bonsly (Japanese: ウソハチ Usohachi) is a Rock-type baby Pokémon. It evolves into Sudowoodo when leveled up while knowing Mimic.
- Pokédex Number: 438
- Attack: Tackle
Bonsly is one of the Pokémon that appears out of a Poké Ball. If it is not picked up, it will walk back and forth along the ground, similar to a Bob-omb. When it appears, it can be picked up and thrown at enemies, but despite its small size, it is thrown and carried like a Crate rather than a normal item due to its weight. Given this, it won't fly very far when thrown, but it inflicts heavy knockback and damage against opponents it comes in contact with. When thrown, it will also bounce along the ground upon contact with it, while retaining its hitboxes. Like any thrown item, Bonsly can be reflected. It can usually only be thrown 3 times before disappearing.
Munchlax (Japanese: ゴンベ Gonbe) is a Normal-type baby Pokémon. It evolves into Snorlax when leveled up with high friendship. It was the first Generation IV Pokémon to be revealed to the public, in May 2004.
- Pokédex Number: 446
- Attack: Pickup
Munchlax is one of the Pokémon that appears out of a Poké Ball. When summoned, it wanders aimlessly around the stage, eating any items it finds, excluding Trophies, CDs, Stickers, Poké Balls and Smash Balls. If there aren't any items around for it to gobble up, Munchlax is effectively useless, much like Goldeen.
Weavile (Japanese: マニューラ Manyula) is a dual-type Dark/Ice Pokémon. It evolves from Sneasel when leveled up at night while holding a Razor Claw.
- Pokédex Number: 461
- Attack: False Swipe
Weavile appears as a Poké Ball Pokémon in Brawl. When summoned, Weavile will use False Swipe and slash at other foes on the stage furiously. On the ground, the attack only does 1% damage with no knockback, but any opponent that gets hit will be stunned. Weavile moves back and forth for a long duration of time, trapping opponents for that period of time. When used on an airborne opponent, the attack has high knockback, making a Star KO very likely. In the Pokémon games, the move False Swipe would reduce the opponent's HP to up to 1 HP, never below, making it strange that this move can KO. Like Fox Illusion, if Weavile darts off an edge, it will KO itself.
Leafeon (Japanese: リーフィア Leafia) is a Grass-type Pokémon. It evolves from Eevee when it is leveled up near a Moss Rock. It is one of Eevee's final forms, the others being Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, Glaceon, and Sylveon.
- Pokédex Number: 470
- Attack: Razor Leaf
Leafeon will start shaking its head and send out a barrage of leaves from its head-leaf. The projectiles travel in a straight line. Any opponent that makes contact with the leaves will take damage; the summoner cannot be harmed. Leafeon's attack is rather brief and easily avoided. However, once caught in the line of attack, it is rather difficult to get out.
Glaceon (Japanese: グレイシア Glacia) is an Ice-type Pokémon. It evolves from Eevee when it is leveled up near an Ice Rock. It is one of Eevee's final forms, the others being Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, and Sylveon.
- Pokédex Number: 471
- Attack: Ice Shard
Glaceon, upon being summoned, will create two ice shards on each side. When the opponent is hit by one of the shards they will immediately get frozen and thrown into the air. They will immediately break out of the ice when they hit the ground. Glaceon disappears after that happens.
Porygon-Z (Japanese: ポリゴンZ PorygonZ) is a Normal-type Pokémon. It evolves from Porygon2 when traded holding a Dubious Disc. It is the final form of Porygon.
- Pokédex Number: 474
- Attack: Zap Cannon
When being summoned Porygon-Z quickly forms a ball of electricity in front of itself. It will immediately release it after it is charged and travels on high speed across the stage. It goes through all objects and travels off the stage. However it just goes in a straight line and can be avoided easily. If the opponent is caught in the charging process of Zap Cannon it will take quite some damage. When hit by the ball of electricity itself it won't do any knockback, but does cause quite some damage and leaves the opponent paralyzed for a few seconds.
Cofagrigus (Japanese: デスカーン Desukarn) is a Ghost-type Pokémon. It evolves from Yamask starting at level 34.
- Pokédex Number: 536
- Attack: Destiny Bond
Reuniclus (Japanese: ランクルス Lanculus) is a Psychic-type Pokémon. It evolves from Duosion starting at level 41. It is the final form of Solosis.
- Pokédex Number: 579
- Attack: Skill Swap
Vanillish (Japanese: バニリッチ Vanirich) is an Ice-type Pokémon. It evolves from Vanillite starting at level 35 and evolves into Vanilluxe starting at level 47.
- Pokédex Number: 583
- Attack: Sheer Cold
Joltik (Japanese: バチュル Bachuru) is a dual-type Bug/Electric Pokémon. It evolves into Galvantula starting at level 36.
- Pokédex Number: 595
- Attack: Bug Bite
Emolga (Japanese: エモンガ Emonga) is a dual-type Electric/Flying Pokémon. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.
- Pokédex Number: 587
- Attack: Discharge
Hydreigon (Japanese: サザンドラ Sazandora) is a dual-type Dark/Dragon pseudo-legendary Pokémon. It evolves from Zweilous starting at level 64. It is the final form of Deino.
- Pokédex Number: 635
- Attack: Tri Attack
Volcarona (Japanese: ウルガモス Ulgamoth) is a dual-type Bug/Fire Pokémon. It evolves from Larvesta starting at level 59.
- Pokédex Number: 637
- Attack: Fiery Dance
Spewpa (Japanese: コフーライ Kofuurai) is a Bug-type Pokémon. It evolves from Scatterbug starting at level 9 and evolves into Vivillon starting at level 12.
- Pokédex Number: 665
- Attack: Harden
Litleo (Japanese: シシコ Shishiko) is a dual-type Fire/Normal Pokémon. It evolves into Pyroar starting at level 35.
- Pokédex Number: 667
- Attack: Noble Roar
Gogoat (Japanese: ゴーゴート Gogoat) is a Grass-type Pokémon. It evolves from Skiddo starting at level 32.
- Pokédex Number: 673
- Attack: Take Down
Espurr (Japanese: ニャスパー Nyasper) is a Psychic-type Pokémon. It evolves into Meowstic starting at level 25.
- Pokédex Number: 677
- Attack: Confusion
Honedge (Japanese: ヒトツキ Hitotsuki) is a dual-type Steel/Ghost Pokémon. It evolves into Doublade starting at level 35, which evolves into Aegislash when exposed to a Dusk Stone.
- Pokédex Number: 679
- Attack: Cut
Inkay (Japanese: マーイーカ Maaiika) is a dual-type Dark/Psychic Pokémon. It evolves into Malamar starting at level 30 while the 3DS is held upside-down.
- Pokédex Number: 686
- Attack: Psybeam
Sylveon (Japanese: ニンフィア Nymphia) is a Fairy-type Pokémon. It evolves from Eevee when leveled up knowing a Fairy-type move and having at least two Affection hearts in Pokémon-Amie. It is one of Eevee's final forms, the others being Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, and Glaceon.
- Pokédex Number: 700
- Attack: Moonblast
Hawlucha (Japanese: ルチャブル Luchabull) is a dual-type Fighting/Flying Pokémon. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.
- Pokédex Number: 701
- Attack: Flying Press
Dedenne (Japanese: デデンネ Dedenne) is a dual-type Electric/Fairy Pokémon. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.
- Pokédex Number: 702
- Attack: Parabolic Charge
Klefki (Japanese: クレッフィ Cleffy) is a dual-type Steel/Fairy Pokémon. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.
- Pokédex Number: 707
- Attack: Crafty Shield
Missingno. (Japanese: けつばん Ketsuban) is a dual-type Bird/Normal glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Red and Blue, and a dual-type Normal/randomly named glitch type (which often has '9' in it) glitch Pokémon in Pokémon Yellow. It is arguably the best known glitch Pokémon, closely followed by 'M (00) and it is the easiest glitch Pokémon to find in the localizations. It has five distinct forms, but the most frequent forms (that being the Red/Blue and Yellow normal forms) share 36 index numbers each.
- Pokédex Number: ???
- Attack: Glitch
Once Missingno. appears on the stage it will just stand there and make some distorted noises before it expands itself. As it widens across the screen the whole game looks like it has crashed. The whole screen is glitched and you can barely see anything. A warning also appears stating that the game has been frozen and that it has to be restarted. One shouldn't do this however. After a few seconds the screen returns to normal again. During the glitch you can just walk around and attack despite not being able to see anything. Missingno. only appears on rare occasions.
Latios & Latias
Note: Poké Floats II has all the Pokémon that appear in the game, except for the stage and Mega Pokémon.
- Fire Stage: Ninetales, Torkoal and Darumaka.
- Rock Stage: Kabuto, Sudowoodu and Bastiodon.
- Water Stage: Lotad, Buizel and Clauncher.
- Grass Stage: Seedot, Cherrim and Petilil.
- Ice Stage: Snorunt, Snover and Cryogonal.
- Ground Stage: Cubone, Dugtrio and Donphan.
- Flying Stage: Hoppip, Skarmory and Altaria.
- Electric Stage: Electivire, Magnezone and Rotom.
- Ghost Stage: Duskull, Mismagius and Lampent.
- Psychic Stage: Hypno, Mr. Mime and Musharna.
- Bug Stage: Spinerak, Leavanny and Vivilon.
- Fairy Stage: Clefairy, Spritzee and Slurpuff.
- Giratina (origin form)