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Villager
Villagerssb5
The Mayor of Smashville
Universe SSB Animal Crossing SeriesAnimal Crossing
Other Super Smash Bros. Appearances SSB/SSBM/SSBB/SSB4
Recent Game 'Wii U Mario Kart 8
Availability Starter
Final Smash Dream House/Golden Axe

Villager makes his second return to the Super Smash Bros. franchise in Super 5mash Bros. 5. The Villager utilizes a variety of items and attacks in his move set with someone of them called wacky and odd. His speed has increased though his jumping ability has been slightly nerfed. His down special also does much more damage before and is a great KO attack though it has been sped down. Aesthetically, the Villager is based off his Animal Crossing: New Leaf appearance as, as such, is more taller and has a further reach. This makes him more of a bigger target but also him to have a reach that his Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS did not have.

Changes from Smash 4

Moveset

Special Custom Set A

Name Damage Description
Neutral Special Pocket Varies Villager can pocket various items and projectiles for use later. Pressing the neutral special again causes Villager to pull out or use the projectile or item.
Custom 1 Garden 10% (flower attack), Varies Villager can only pocket items in front of him and puts a flower effect in the opponent nearby them.
Custom 2 Pocket Plus Varies Items are pocketed and retrieved much faster but less effective in terms of damage and speed.
Side Special Lloid Rocket 7%, 5% (weak), 16% (riding the Lloid Rocket), 11% (weak), 12% (explosion, riding it) Villager pulls out the Lloid Rocket and fires off in a straight line. Villager can either ride it into it explodes; throwing the Villager off or jump off before it explodes.
Custom 1 Liftoff Lloid 14% (explosion), 20% (riding the Lloid Rocket), 12% (weak; riding it), 8%, 5% (weak) Villager takes off into the sky while riding it and moves up at an upward angle.
Custom 2 Pushy Lloid 14% (explosion), 20% (riding the Lloid Rocket), 12% (weak; riding it), 8%, 5% (weak) The Lloid Rocket does multiple hits, pushing the opponent backwards before exploding.
Up Special Balloon Trip 0% Villager pulls out his balloon cap and takes off into the air. It has great upwards mobility though becomes less if one balloon is popped. If both are popped, Villager falls helplessly.
Custom 1 Extreme Balloon Trip 9%/6% (per balloon) Reduced recovery and lower speed but the balloons explode upon being popped.
Custom 2 Balloon High Jump 10% (clean), 6% (weak) Shoots Villager upwards which knocks players upwards and allows Villager to fall back down again.
Down Special Timber 0% (sprout), 0% (water can), 13% (tree, when it grows), 25% (clean; tree), 15% (weak; tree), 8% (trunk), 3% (trunk as an item), 6% (axe) Villager uses the shovel to plant a tree which causes a sapling to appear. Pressing the down special again causes the Villager to water the tree sapling which causes it to grow fully. The player can chop the tree once before it falls down; dealing damage. It has multiple times where it can do damage. The tree can be damaged enough to where it vanishes.
Custom 1 Timber Counter 5% Causes much more knockback on start up but lack the reflect and shield status.
Custom 2 Super Timber 0% (Sprout), 0% (water can), 20% (tree, when it grows), 27% (tree), 16% (axe) Takes longer for each phase to occur but does significantly more damage for each phase. The watering can can push away opponents.

Special Custom Set B

Name Damage Description
Neutral Special Furniture Leaf 5% (Sea Bass fish tank) - Bed (14%) Villager pulls out a Furniture leaf and throws it forward. It will produce one of several objects such as a dresser, a bed, a couch, a chair, a plant, a mirror, a sea bass fish tank, and a guitar. The sea bass fish tank does the less amount of damage and knockback but easiest to throw while the bed does the most but hardest to throw.
Custom 1 Bouncing Furniture Leaf 0% The Villager places the furniture leaf on the ground; causing it to spring up which knocks opponents upwards. The bigger the furniture, the more the spring.
Custom 2 Knock Away Furniture Varies Villager places the furniture leaf on the ground causing it to stay there. It can be knocked away by an attack in which it flips into the air; dealing damage. The heavier the furniture the more damage it does but the less distance it travels. The harder the hit the further it flies forward and higher the knock back.
Side Special Rotate 0% Villager grabs an opponent, item, hazard, and projectile and can turn it around quickly so the they are facing away from Villager. It has very good priority and can even catch particularly strong attacks and turn them around while they are in motion. It acts like a counter.
Custom 1 Dazed Rotate 0% Villager rotates the opponent around and causes them to be dazed. It is very quick but the window for Villager to catch an opponent is small. Has no affect on projectiles.
Custom 2 Speedy Rotate 0% Villager catches a projectile and returns it with double the speed it was before. Has no effect on opponents.
Up Special U.F.O. 2% (each hit) Villager summons Gulliver's U.F.O. which causes Villager to hitch a ride underneath. It knocks players up as it travels upwards. Villager can let go at anytime and the U.F.O. will continue a few seconds after; still dealing damage.
Custom 1 Spinning U.F.O. 1.2% (each hit) The U.F.O. does less damage than the default but it has a vacuum effect as it spins around.
Custom 2 Looping U.F.O. 1% (first hit), 3% (second hit), 2% (last hit) The U.F.O. does a loop in the air. The first attack hitstuns the opponent allowing for the second hit and last hit to connect; much like Meta Knight's "Shuttle Loop". It does more damage but more slower
Down Special Flower 1% (each hit) Villager plants a randomized color of flower. Each flower does 1% damage plus an effect. Red does fire damage, blue does fire damage, yellow does electric, purple does poison, and the white heals Villager slowly but doesn't do damage.
Custom 1 Flower Flowers 0% Villager plants flowers which do not do damage but causes a flower to sprout on the opponents head; dealing damage.
Custom 2 Sleepy Flowers 0% Villager plants several flowers that causes the opponent to fall down and drift into sleep.

Final Smash

Name Damage Description
Final Smash 1 Dream House 25% (House building-25 hits of 1%), 20% (explosion) Villager enlists the help of Tom Nook and his nephews to build a dream house for the Villager. It catches the Villager in the house and then, after being built, unfortunately explodes sending opponents skyward.
Final Smash 2 Golden Axe 3% (sprout), 5% (water can), 18% (tree, when it grows), 30% (clean; tree), 20% (weak; tree), 9% (trunk), 4% (trunk as an item), 23% (axe) Villager holds up the Golden Axe. He can plant limitless trees and chop them down using the mighty force of the Golden Axe. It creates a wide area effect every time it is swung. The planting phase of the trees are sped up and don't have any lag. The axe can also do damage by itself without the trees. It also speeds up Villagers animations and adds super armor to many of his attacks. He does have significant hitstun and launch resistance.

Taunts

Italics means they have to be unlocked.

  • Faces the camera and cheers 3 times. (Up)
  • Performs the Frunk Shrunk Shuffle. (Right)
  • Stomps his/her feet, holds breathe, and then jumps up with a fist in the air (paying off a loan) (Left)
  • Squats and pokes the ground with a stick. (Down)

Character Selection Screen

  • Villager readies his/her axe and swings it forward.
  • Villagers eyes gleam like stars and makes a “PHEEEN” sound as he/she readies for battle.
  • Villager appears angry and steam clouds shoots out his/her head.

On Screen Appearance

  • A house appears and the Villager walks out if it in which is vanishes.
  • The train appears from the left and the Villager climbs out and it departs quickly.
  • Villager is sitting on the ground while watching fireworks shoot up.

Victory Animations

  • Villager runs around and catches a Dynastid Beetle.
  • Villager digs up a Fossil and shows it off.
  • Villager does a a dance and then does a pose.
  • Villager is seen standing smugly while Cyrus, Reese, Blathers, and Booker clap.
  • Villager casts off a fishing line at the camera and then pulls out a Whale Shark.
  • Villager blows on a pinwheel.

Losing Animations

  • Villager claps while smiling.
  • Villager hops up and down with steam coming out of his or her head.
  • Villager appears with bandages and a frown on his face.

Victory Fanfare

A remix of the first few notes of the original Animal Crossing theme for Nintendo 64 & Gamecube.

Idle Poses

  • Taps foot and puts hand to his/her face. This pose is similar to the animation when a villager access their inventory in the Animal Crossing games.
  • Scratches the side of their head.
  • Villager cheers slightly by throwing his/her hand into the air.
  • Smiles and shakes his body back and forth.

Trophies

Villager's trophies can be earned by completing Classic Mode, Adventure Mode, All-Star Mode, and Boss Battle mode. In addition, further trophies can be found during matches and at the Trophy Shop.

Villager

Unlock: Classic Mode

"The Villager is the mayor of Smashville! Pretty ironic that the Villager is the only human character yet rules the village of animals. The village seems peaceful as their aren't any anti-human riots occurring. The Villager seems to be on top of their game by building new work projects, making friends, donating to the museum, and visiting friends towns. If this makes the other villagers happy, then by all means we should allow the Mayor to continue with his work!"

Villager (Alt)

Unlock: Adventure Mode Console/Blue

"Timber is an interesting ability where the Villager grows a large tree within seconds! She must have a green thumb to cause a tree...a healthy one no less to shoot up within seconds merely from water. Regardless of the physics and realism of it, the Villager can cause it to grow and then take an axe to chop it down! How horrifying! The chopping of the tree causes it to crash down to deal damage anyone unfortunate to be under it. If only she called Timber..."

Villager (Alt)

Unlock: Adventure Mode Handheld/Pink

"The Villager can throw a furniture leaf to cause it to become, of all things, furniture. Whether this is alien technology or not, it is quite bizarre how the furniture is compressed into a tiny leaf and then transforms with a *puff*. When the Villager throws it in front of her; it transforms and wackes the unlucky person int he side of the head. Imagine getting a sofa thrown at you! It must hurt! And to think what Tom Nook would say about those damages!"

Pirate Look

Unlock: Boss Battle Console

"The Villager is a digger of fossils, the catcher of insects, and fisher of fish. A decorator, a fashion designer, a tourist, and a home owner. The Villager also became a mayor! However, no one thought the Villager could also become a pirate! Yargh! Shiver me timbers! Donning on the Pirate Hat, shirt, and pants as well as the eye-patch - you don't need rum and a treasure chest to make you an authenticate pirate...though he is missing the parrot...the parrot is very important.

Grape Look

Unlock: Boss Battle Handheld/

"While the Villager harvests fruits such as pears, apples, and peaches - she has never harvested grapes before. Maybe grapes do not exist in he Animal Crossing world? Well, regardless, the Villager can thrown on the Grape Outfit! Putting on the grape hat, grape shirt, and pants transforms the Villager from a human to a human-fruit hybrid! A Fruihuman. A Humaruit....never mind those all sound dreadful! Regardless, she isn't soft if you punch her so don't expect her to squash like a grape!"

'Villager (U.F.O.)

Unlock: Match or Trophy Shop Red

"Gulliver is not only a sailor but also an astronaut apparently. Whether he's washing up ashore or crashing from the sky; he always has a story to tale...or recollections of one. If you help Gulliver remember, he may just reward you later! Or maybe he might let you hitch a ride on his U.F.O. The Villager can summon Gulliver's U.F.O. and use it as a way to reach to the heavens! It can also carry opponents upwards as well so be careful!"

Villager (Pocket)

Unlock: Match or Trophy Shop Green

"One of the Villager's most frightening abilities is his Pocket ability! He can store anything: items, projectiles, and stage hazards in those pockets of his. He can only store one though so that is good news! Imagine firing a projectile at him and knowing for sure it will demolish him but the just pockets it. Without so much of a surprised look on his face! That smugness just eating away at you! In your disbelief, he throws it back in your face! Disgusting! The Villager is the embodiment of cunning and deceit.

Villager (Salmon)

Unlock: Match or Trophy Shop

"Give me a V! V!! Give me an I! I!! Give me a L! L!! Wait...if we are going to spell V-I-L-L-A-G-E-R...we will run out of room on this trophy description! The Villager isn't just a home owner and mayor, she is also a cheerleader! Cheering on her friends and villagers to be a positive force within the neighborhood! Of course, there are bad Villagers as well who neglect their towns but they are quickly usurped by a more dutiful and caring Villager! So let's here that Animal Crossing spirit!

Villager (White)

Unlock: Match or Trophy Shop

"All work and no play makes Villager a dull boy. When Villager dons on his Work Shirt and Black Formal Pants, he is also business. While the Villager tends to enjoy playing and spending time with friends, this Villager likes balancing out the villages accounts, writing up contracts, and filing paperwork! Those are the type you should watch out for because one they snap, it's all over! He just hopes he doesn't break his pen in the fighting."

Villager (Left) Orange

Unlock: Match or Trophy Shop

"The Villager is always under the burden of loans. Loans, loans, loans. And who is to blame but Tom Nook who always, with a smile on his face, demands more money for upgrading the house. While the burden of owing bells can be a bit much; the Villager is ready to party once they pay off all of the loans! She will dance, stomp her feet, and pump her fist in the air as she is loan free (for now...).

'Red Hero Look

Unlock: Complete a Villager Character Challenge

"Look, it's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's just Villager dressed as a super hero. The Red Hero Look is a costume set the Villager can wear when not fighting crime...so when he does everyday work. He delivers presents with regular speed! He breaks apart rocks with average human strength! He pops balloons using his natural vision! He does everything a normal person would....though with the upside of being mayor! Gee, I wonder if we will ever get a Mayor Man costume if the Villager becomes mayor."

Dream Home

Unlock: All Star Mode (Easy or Normal)

"The joy of owning a home in Animal Crossing is one of the highlights of the game. Designing the living space, putting up wallpaper, buying fun furniture, and coloring the roof! Yes, the pesky loans can be depressing but it's all worth it in the end! The Dream House is everything a Villager could want and it's all thanks to Tom Nook and his nephews. They trap an unwanted visitor in the house but, as if there was a gas leak, the house explodes to Tom Nook's surprise and the Villager's sadness. Well...maybe next time."

Golden Axe

Unlock: Unlock all Villager's trophies

"The Golden Axe, King of All Axes! In Animal Crossing, there is a Golden Shovel and a Golden Watering Can. The Golden Axe is a sight to behold. Given from Leif after purchasing 50 saplings, this Axe is virtually indestructible! You can go ahead and whack it against rocks and trees and it won't chip at all! In Super Smash Bros., the Villager can cause trees to grow almost instantly and won't even be bothered by attacks while watering. The Villager can swing this Golden Axe to cut down trees for high damage...or just chase after opponents swinging it like a maniac."

Alternate Costumes

Color Title Color Notes Status
Black Black NTDO T-shirt and Camo pants/Male/Wavy brown hair/Secret eyes Starter
Red Red Red Riding Dress/Female/Pink ponytail/Positive eyes Starter
Green Green Jungle-Camo Shirt and Cargo pants/Male/Red full hair on top and buzz on the side/Secret look Starter
Blue Blue Deep-blue Tee and Dry Denim Pants/Female/Private/Blonde Starter
Yellow Yellow Soccer Shirt and Running Pants/Male/Messy Side Black/Secret Starter
Dark Blue Dark Blue Academy Uniform/Female/Private Light Brown/Can't say! Starter
White White Work Shirt and Black Formal Pants/Male/Private/Dark Brown Starter
Salmon Salmon Pep Squad Tank and Pep Squad Skirt/Female/Troublemaker Light Blue/Cat eyes Starter
Purple Purple Big Star Tee and Gray Sweatpants/Male/Business Dark Brown/It's a secret Starter
Pink Pink Pink Polka Dot Dress/Female/Messy Side Pink/I don't remember Starter
Pirate Look Brown Pirate outfit/Male/Brown hair/Yup! Locked
Grape Look Purple Purple Outfit/Female/Clean Room Green/Purple Glasses/I've never been there Locked
Red Hero Look Red Red Hero costume/Male/Yes, porbably. Locked
  • Note: All of the alternate costumes are based off Animal Crossing's hair, face, and clothes. For a more detailed explanation foe what these are; please follow these links:
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Trivia

  • The Villager is the only character to have completely new alternate outfits.

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