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The Mario Finale, Mario's Final Smash.


A Final Smash is a Special Move introduced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Final Smashes are incredibly powerful in comparison to most other attacks, generally leaving the user invincible for the move's duration, and, if properly executed, usually have the capacity to KO at least one opponent. Final Smashes performed correctly will give a great advantage, and may help to catch up to others in the game, or vice versa. Final Smashes have been confirmed to reappear in Super Smash Bros. (Wii U and 3DS).

To perform a Final Smash, a player must either destroy a Smash Ball or acquire a "Pity Final Smash". Upon the destruction of the Smash Ball, the character will be engulfed in a multi-colored aura. If too much damage is taken, the Smash Ball will fly out of the character, giving their opponents another opportunity to gain a Final Smash. To perform a Final Smash, simply press the Special Move Button. Multiple Smash Balls can't appear in a match at the same time, but another can reappear after the Final Smash is finished.

Pity Final Smash

Pity

A Pity Final Smash

A Pity Final Smash occurs when a player is KO'd and is 5 points behind compared to the current leader (thereby allowing the player in 2nd place to earn one, provided the gap is large enough). This player respawns with the ability to perform a Final Smash. This Final Smash cannot be dropped by the player. Pity Final Smashes can be disabled only by turning Final Smashes off completely. Setting overall item frequency to 'None' alone will not be enough.

Types

While Final Smashes tend to be unique among characters, there are certain categories they can be sorted into.

  • Directional - These Final Smashes launch an attack in a single direction. Depending on the Final Smash, the direction can be controlled, while others are fixed. This kind of Final Smash has a blind spot, usually behind the attacker, where targets can hide.
  • Focused - These Final Smashes affect nearby opponents in any direction. Targets can avoid the move by getting out of range, so they're mostly effective in smaller stages.
  • Trapping - These Final Smashes attack a certain area, grab anyone inside said area (or just a single character), and lay down an inescapable beating. They generally have a small initial range and will fail if there are no targets caught.
  • Stage-Wide - These Final Smashes affect the whole stage, leaving little or no hiding spots. However, they may be less effective on larger stages.
  • Transformation - These Final Smashes only affect the user, who can then rampage around and cause damage. Some transformations buff up the character's existing moveset, while others use a different set of controls. The transformation is unaffected by all status effects except slow time. If the character was slowed before they transform, their speed is still slow.

List

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Character Final Smash Type
Bowser Giga Bowser Transformation
Captain Falcon Blue Falcon Trapping
Diddy Kong Rocketbarrel Barrage Transformation
Donkey Kong Konga Beat Focused
Falco Landmaster Transformation
Fox Landmaster Transformation
Ganondorf Beast Ganon Directional
Ike Great Aether Trapping
Ice Climbers Iceberg Stage-Wide
Jigglypuff Puff Up Focused
King Dedede Waddle Dee Army Stage-Wide
Kirby Cook Kirby Trapping
Link Triforce Slash Trapping
Lucario Aura Storm Directional
Lucas PK Starstorm Stage-Wide
Luigi Negative Zone Focused
Mario Mario Finale Directional
Marth Critical Hit Directional
Meta Knight Galaxia Darkness Trapping
Mr. Game & Watch Octopus Transformation
Ness PK Starstorm Stage-Wide
Olimar End of Day Stage-Wide
Peach Peach Blossom Focused
Pikachu Volt Tackle Transformation
Pit Palutena's Army Stage-Wide
Pokémon Trainer Triple Finish Directional
R.O.B. Diffusion Beam Transformation
Samus Zero Laser Directional/Transformation
Sheik Light Arrow Directional
Snake Grenade Launcher Stage-Wide
Sonic Super Sonic Transformation
Toon Link Triforce Slash Trapping
Wario Wario-Man Transformation
Wolf Landmaster Transformation
Yoshi Super Dragon Transformation
Zelda Light Arrow Directional
Zero Suit Samus Power Suit Samus Focused/Transformation

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U

Character Final Smash Type
Bowser Giga Bowser Transformation
Captain Falcon Blue Falcon Trapping
Charizard Mega Charizard X* Transformation
Diddy Kong Unconfirmed Unconfirmed
Donkey Kong Konga Beat Focused
Fox Landmaster Transformation
Greninja Night Slash* Trapping
Ike Unconfirmed Unconfirmed
King Dedede Unconfirmed Unconfirmed
Kirby Ultra Sword Trapping
Link Triforce Slash Trapping
Little Mac Giga Mac Transformation
Lucario Mega Lucario* Transformation
Lucina Unconfirmed Unconfirmed
Luigi Poltergust 5000* Focused
Mario Mario Finale Directional
Marth Critical Hit Directional
Mega Man Mega Man Legends* Trapping
Meta Knight Galaxia Darkness Trapping
Mii Fighter Triple Laser* (Mii Gunner) Directional (Mii Gunner)
Olimar End of Day Stage-Wide
Pac-Man Super Pac-Man Transformation
Palutena Black Hole + Mega Laser* Trapping
Peach Unconfirmed Unconfirmed
Pikachu Volt Tackle Transformation
Pit Three Sacred Treasures Directional
Robin Pair-Up* Trapping
Rosalina & Luma Power Star Stage-Wide
Samus Zero Laser Directional
Sheik Light Arrow Directional
Sonic Super Sonic Transformation
Toon Link Triforce Slash Trapping
Villager Dream Home Trapping
Wii Fit Trainer Wii Fit Directional
Yoshi Super Dragon Transformation
Zelda Light Arrow Directional
Zero Suit Samus Gunship* Stage Wide

*=Name not official.

Glitches

  • Most final smash glitches involve the regenerating portion of the Bridge of Eldin stage, like R.O.B.'s Infinite Final Smash, and Jigglypuff's Giga-Jiggly glitch.
  • Giga Bowser, who is normally invincible, can be harmed by Meowth's Payday attack.
  • Sometimes in certain matches, a character can hit once and hit the smash ball out of the holder. E.g. Meta Knight v.s. Kirby

Super Smash Bros.

It was revealed in an interview with Nintendo's president, Satoru Iwata, that Masahiro Sakurai had intended for Final Smashes to be included in the original Super Smash Bros., and claims that he has proof, in that there were recorded voices for when characters used their Final Smash. The idea, however, was held off until Brawl.

Gallery

Video: Every Final Smash

ALL Super Smash Bros Brawl Final Smashes10:01

ALL Super Smash Bros Brawl Final Smashes

Video: Multiple Final Smashes at once (Unstable)

Super Smash Bros10:00

Super Smash Bros. Brawl Special Movie Double Dual Final Smash Montage

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