Welcome to the episode summary of our complete guide to all playable characters in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate cast
In this ours complete guide, we will dedicate ourselves to all characters playable of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, starting with Mario up to the latest additions of the second Fighters Pass. In each episode we will describe about five or six fighters, however, dividing them according to the chapter of Smash in which they made their debut. What you will find here is a summary aimed at helping you find all the contents of the initial project, or a guide in sixteen different episodes. In appendix in each of them, you will find one general notion which (in part) goes beyond the characters described.
Before we talk about all the characters, let's clarify the core of this complete guide: in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate the task of each player is to throw opponents off the screen, fighting in arenas that mix the genre of the fighting with elements of platformer (X and Y allow you to jump). The A and B keys, used in combination with the various directions, give life to the most disparate moves, as well as the back keys to manage shields, dodges and holds. The game also implements tools that irremediably alter the fate of each encounter, but in this guide we will basically focus only and only on the characters themselves. Increasing the opponent's damage will make him lighter and, therefore, vulnerable. We will repeat this incipit in every episode.
Nintendo 64 Novices - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Character Guide
Our first two episodes talk about the twelve rookies seen for the first time on Nintendo 64 with the first Super Smash Bros. We list below how the characters shown above are divided.
- First episode: Mario, Donkey Kong, Link, Samus, Yoshi and Kirby (in the appendix, the concept of shields, taken e dodge)
- Second episode: Fox, Pikachu, Captain Falcon, Ness, Jigglypuff and Luigi (in the appendix, the aerial dodging)
Of these twelve characters, the last four mentioned kick off the roster of unlockable characters. In other words, therefore, Ultimate only grants you to use the starting roster of the first game in the series at the first start. From the second episode of the guide onwards, the inputs for the attacks (special and not, but above all special) are abbreviated with directions (if needed) followed by B (or A).
Nintendo GameCube Novices - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Character Guide
In these three sections of the complete guide we find all the characters seen for the first time in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
- Third episode: Peach, Bowser, Ice Climbers, Zelda and Sheik (in the appendix, Scatti e running attacks)
- Fourth episode: Dr. Mario, Pichu, Falco, Marth and Link Bambino (in the appendix, powerful attacks o “tilt” e counterattacks)
- Fifth episode: Ganondorf, Mewtwo, Roy and Mr. Game & Watch (in the appendix, the aerial movement forward / backward and the combat in the air)
Wii Debutants - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Character Guide
In the sixth, seventh and eighth installments we dedicate ourselves in detail to the characters introduced in the discussed third installment of the series, Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
- Sixth episode: Meta Knight, Samus Tuta Zero, Pit, Wario and Snake (in the appendix, the instruments and Smash Finals)
- Seventh episode: Ike, Trainer (or Trainer) of Pokémon, Diddy Kong, Lucas and Sonic (in the appendix, the the memory required to the player when using Trainers and Sonic)
- Eighth episode: King Dedede, Olimar (or Alph), Lucario, ROB, Link Cardboard and Wolf (in the appendix, the similarity between characters)
Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Novices - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Character Guide
All of the characters featured in these four installments of the complete guide are rookies introduced in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, also known as “the fourth Smash”.
- Ninth episode: Villager, Mega Man, Wii Fit Trainer, Rosalinda and Little Mac (in the appendix, the special indicators for damage)
- Tenth episode: Greninja, Mii Fighter, Mii Swordsman, Mii Rifleman and Palutena (in the appendix, the customizable attacks)
- Eleventh episode: Lucina, Daraen, Pac-Man, Shulk, Bowser Junior (and / or Bowserotti) and Pit Oscuro (in the appendix, the Eco characters)
- Twelfth episode: Duo Duck Hunt, Ryu, Cloud, Corrin and Bayonetta (in the appendix, the characters with special mechanics)
Nintendo Switch Novices - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Character Guide
With these last (actually not) four episodes, let's talk about Ultimate rookies and DLC characters. Since the celebratory tournament from which we drew the main illustrations of the first twelve episodes was not yet available, each of the following will have a different artwork.
- Thirteenth episode: Girl / or Inkling, Ridley, Simon and Richter (together), King K. Rool and Fuffi (in the appendix, the attacks with exhaustible resources)
- Fourteenth episode: Incineroar, Samus Oscura, Daisy, Chrom and Ken (in the appendix, the characters with limited recoveries)
- Fifteenth episode: the DLC characters such as the Piranha Plant, Joker, the Hero, Banjo and Kazooie, and finally Terry (in the appendix, Terry's complex commands)
- Sixteenth episode: Byleth, Min Min, Steve and Sephiroth (in the appendix, thesteering wheel coupling or "tether recovery" to grab the edges from a distance)
- Months away from the others (giving us time to replace the screenshot above), the seventeenth episode: Pyra, Mythra, Kazuya and Sora (in the appendix, the directional attacks)
The original plan was to limit ourselves to the first sixteen episodes, but after a long wait Sora's debut allowed us to publish the seventeenth part of our complete guide to all Super Smash Bros. Ultimate characters dedicated to the three remaining DLC fighters. Incidentally, Pyra / Mythra, Kazuya and Sora were not yet known at the writing of the summary, and we have included the above episode. In addition, there are also other subtleties and as many techniques that we have not yet talked about; We will keep you posted modifying this section of the table of contents with a bulleted list.
- How to unlock the characters on the roster
- Example of a Spirits Board event with guide to Supporting spirits
- Another online tournament with tools guide Special flag e Bomber
- Example of a Spirits Board event with guide to snack, To growth of Spirits and theirs evolution
- Another example of an online tournament with a guide to branding tools (Lightsaber, Star Scepter, Home Run Mace, Hammer, Golden Hammer, Lip's Wand, Flame Bar, Ore Mace, Deadly Blade and Death Scythe)
- Example of a Spirit Board event with hints for Legend-class spirits
- Example of online tournament with guide to Bumper
- Another example of an online tournament with a guide to Energy mode
- Another example of an online tournament with in-depth guide to Assistants
- Another example of an online tournament with in-depth guide a all explosive tools
- Semi-humorous appendix relating to expectations on the closing of the second Fighters Pass (pre-Sora)
- Second speculative appendix relating to expectations, leak e inclusion criteria on the final roster of the game (pre-Sora)
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