Fandom

Fire Emblem Wiki

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

5,311pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.


Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U (大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズ for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U lit: Great Melee Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U), commonly abbreviated as Super Smash Bros. 4, SSB4, or Smash 4, are the fourth installments of the Super Smash Bros. series. Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS is the very first Super Smash Bros. game on a handheld system. Like the previous installment, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the Fire Emblem series gained more representation in the series, adding three newcomers, bringing back Roy who was absent in Brawl, and introducing several new stages.

Fire Emblem CharactersEdit

Veteran CharactersEdit

MarthEdit

“The Legendary Hero-King”
—Marth's Alias on Punch-Out!! stage.

Marth was confirmed to return for Super Smash Bros. 4 on November 7, 2013. Marth's appearance differs in this game than in previous Smash games as he now appears in the redesign he received in Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and Fire Emblem: Shin Monshō no Nazo ~Hikari to Kage no Eiyū~. Unlike the previous entries, Marth is playable from the start and doesn't have to be unlocked.

IkeEdit

“The Radiant Hero”
—Ike's Alias on Punch-Out!! stage.

Ike was confirmed to return for Super Smash Bros. 4 on May 22, 2014. Like Marth, Ike's outfit is different than it was in Brawl; instead appearing in his Hero design from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn. As a new aesthetic, any of Ike's moves involving fire will be blue rather than red, matching his title as the "Hero of Blue Flames."

RoyEdit

“The Young Lion”
—Roy's Aliases on Punch-Out!! stage.

Roy was leaked on June 13, 2015 and officially revealed and released on June 14, 2015 for Super Smash Bros. 4 as a DLC character. Like the other Fire Emblem veterans in the series, Roy received a redesign in Smash 4, however his was not based on any of his previous appearances, meaning that Roy is the only one to receive a completely original design for the game. For the most part, Roy remains largely the same as he did in Melee with a few different moves to make himself different from Marth.

Newcomer CharactersEdit

RobinEdit

“The Tactician Magician”
—Robin's Alias on Punch-Out!! stage.

The Avatar of Awakening, under their default name Robin, was confirmed on July 14, 2014 as a newcomer for Super Smash Bros. 4 alongside Lucina. Both genders of Robin are playable and their default weapon is a Levin Sword, which is activated by using smash attacks. Alluding to the Weapon Durability mechanic in the Fire Emblem series, their Levin Sword will break after a certain amount of attacks resulting in Robin wielding a Bronze Sword until the Levin Sword regenerates. Their Special moves revolve around numerous tomes from Awakening and changes depending on the special used. Like the Levin Sword, tomes will eventually break after a certain amount of uses.

LucinaEdit

“Warrior from a Doomed Future”
—Lucina's Alias on Punch-Out!! stage.

Lucina was confirmed on July 14, 2014 as a newcomer for Super Smash Bros. 4 alongside Robin. Lucina is a Marth clone, sharing identical moves. She has minor differences however, such as her version of the Falchion, which delivers equal power no matter which part of the sword hits. She can also don her mask when she was disguised as Marth in one of her taunts. Lucina is the only Fire Emblem representative that needs to be unlocked in both versions of Smash 4.

CorrinEdit

“Blood of Dragons”
—Corrin's Alias on Punch-Out!! stage.

The Avatar of Fates, under their default name Corrin, was confirmed on December 15, 2015 and released on February 3rd, 2016 as a DLC newcomer for Super Smash Bros. 4. Both genders of Corrin are playable and their default weapon is Yato in its Omega form. They retain many aspects of the Nohr Prince/Princess class including the ability to shift parts of their body or their entire body into their dragon form through usage of their Dragon Fang ability.

Extra CharactersEdit

ChromEdit

Chrom was shown during the July 14th, 2014 newcomer trailer for Robin and Lucina. Chrom exists in Super Smash Bros. 4, however he is not a playable character. Instead he appears in Robin's Final Smash and even has the Critical Cut-In like in Fire Emblem Awakening. He makes a special cameo appearance during a Palutena's Guidance conversation when Pit faces Robin on Palutena's Temple, speaking with Pit, Palutena, and Viridi on Robin's strengths. He also sometimes appears in one of Robin's randomly selected victory poses at the results screen after a match.

Later, on July 31, 2015, a Mii Swordfighter outfit based on Chrom, wielding the Falchion, was added as paid DLC.

LyndisEdit

Lyndis was confirmed on April 8, 2014 to return in Super Smash Bros as an Assist Trophy once more. Her assist works exactly the same as it did in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Upon appearing, Lyn charges up her Mani Katti and vanishes, appearing beside an enemy to perform what resembles her critical attack from Rekka no Ken. In SSBB, the Assist Trophy of Lyn is known for its high damage rating, knock back, and accuracy. Also, when she appears she sometimes says one of Ike's taunts, "Prepare yourself" but usually says "I'll handle this".

Black KnightEdit

An Mii Swordfighter outfit based on the Black Knight from Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn was added as paid DLC on July 31, 2015. The outfit comes complete with the Alondite sword.

Fire Emblem StagesEdit

3DS VersionEdit

Arena Ferox stage is featured in the 3DS version and is the only Fire Emblem stage in the game. The Stage's floor has the exact same pattern as its namesake map and the large crowd seen in the background during a battle also appear on the map. The stage starts out as a flat stage with no features. This version is also the set-up for the Omega/Final Destination version of the stage. After a few seconds, the stage will change into one of 4 different variations with special features for each.

Wii U VersionEdit

The Colosseum stage is featured in the Wii U version. It pays homage to many of the past Arena features in previous Fire Emblem titles. The stage starts off as a flat stage with no elevated platforms and characters can walk off screen. At certain times during a fight, platforms will raise from the ground creating elevated platforms to fight from. The platform heights and amount of platforms raised varies.

Castle Siege returns as a stage for the Wii U Version. It remains largely unchanged from the Brawl version.

SongsEdit

3DS SongsEdit

  • ID~Purpose

"ID~Purpose" is the theme for the final chapter of Fire Emblem Awakening. It has been slightly shortened to play the Awakening theme and Fire Emblem theme sections once each instead of twice. It is also added to the Red Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U disk

  • Fire Emblem

"Fire Emblem is the Melee rendition of the recruitment theme, Together, We Ride and the Fire Emblem Main Theme.

  • Mila's Divine Protection (Celica Map 1)

"Mila's Divine Protection (Celica Map 1)" is the Brawl rendition of the map theme for Celica's Departure in Fire Emblem Gaiden.

  • Lost in Thoughts All Alone (INT)/if一人思う (JP)

"Lost in Thoughts All Alone is the song sung by Azura and is the main theme of Fire Emblem Fates. It is sung in parts multiple times throughout the different routes of the game. The localized version is played in all non-Japanese versions of the game. if一人思う, the Japanese version of the song, is available only in Japan.

Wii U SongsEdit

Original SongsEdit

  • Against the Dark Knight

Against the Dark Knight in Path of Radiance, alternatively known as Unstoppable Destiny in Radiant Dawn, is the battle theme for the Black Knight.

  • Conquest (Ablaze)

Conquest (Ablaze) is the Player attack theme in Awakening during random Risen and Parley battles.

  • Crimean Army Sortie

Crimean Army Sortie, known as Crimea Attacks in Path of Radiance, is the overworld theme of Chapter 19 from said game.

  • The Devoted

The Devoted is the attack theme of the Greil Mercenaries in Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn.

  • Duty (Ablaze)

Duty (Ablaze) is the Player attack theme in Awakening during Chapter 3 and Chapter 4.

  • Id (Purpose)

Id (Purpose) is the theme of the Endgame in Awakening. Like the 3DS game, the music is shortened.

  • Time of Action

Time of Action is the Apostle's Army's attack theme in Radiant Dawn.

  • Victory is Near

Victory is Near is an overworld theme in Path of Radiance that plays once players nearly complete a map.

Lost in Thoughts All Alone is the song sung by Azura and is the main theme of Fire Emblem Fates. It is sung in parts multiple times throughout the different routes of the game. The localized version is played in all non-Japanese versions of the game. if一人思う, the Japanese version of the song, is available only in Japan.

Remixed SongEdit

Attack (Fire Emblem)Edit

Attack is the Brawl remix of the Attack theme from Rekka no Ken, also known as Fire Emblem to western audiences.

  • Coliseum Medley

Coliseum Medley is a medley of Arena themes from Ankoku Ryu to Hikari no Tsurugi/Shadow Dragon, Path of Radiance, and Sacred Stones.

  • Fight 1

Fight 1 is a remix of the map battle theme of the first Alm Chapter in Fire Emblem Gaiden.

  • Fire Emblem

Fire Emblem is the Melee rendition of the recruitment theme, Together, We Ride and the Fire Emblem Main Theme.

  • Fire Emblem Theme

Fire Emblem Theme is the Brawl vocal rendition of the Fire Emblem Theme.

  • Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem Medley

Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem Medley is a rock medley of numerous songs from Monshō no Nazo.

  • Shadow Dragon Medley

Shadow Dragon Medley is the Brawl remixed medley of the Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Tsurugi.

  • Meeting Theme Series Medley

Meeting Theme Series Medley is an orchestrated medley of the recruitment themes Together We Ride from the Archanea series and its remakes, Comrades from Sacred Stones, and Recruitment from Genealogy of the Holy War, and In the Chapter ~ Joining an Army from Thracia 776. Trouble! from Shadow Dragon and Ankoku Ryu to Hikari no Tsurugi also plays several times throughout the track.

  • Preparing to Advance

Preparing to Advance is the Brawl remix of the music theme of the same name from Sacred Stones.

  • Lost in Thoughts All Alone (INT)/if一人思う (JP)

Lost in Thoughts All Alone is a remixed version of Azura's song from Fates. The localized version is played in all non-Japanese versions of the game. if一人思う, the Japanese version of the song, is available only in Japan.

TrophiesEdit

The trophies in both versions in the games are different from each other. The 3DS version contains 19 trophies and, aside from the playable characters and Lyn, who is an Assist Trophy, all of the characters are from the most recent handheld Fire Emblem games, Fire Emblem Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates. The Wii U version features trophies from the console versions of Fire Emblem, mainly around those from Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn.

3DS TrophiesEdit

Wii U TrophiesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Before release, there were supposed to be a total of 686 Trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS as indicated by the ESRB leaked videos and pictures. However in all the versions released worldwide, only 685 Trophies were present upon relase. A Tharja Trophy was seen among the Trophies sent to the ESRB and was the only one from the leak that is not present in the game, indicating that her Trophy was removed to avoid a higher rating for the game.
  • Like Brawl, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has Monsho no Nazo as one of its Masterpieces that a player may demo and buy from the Virtual Console if they wish. However, this feature is only present in the Japanese version of the game since the game was never released outside of Japan.
  • Fire Emblem is the only series that has more trophies in the 3DS version than in the Wii U version.
    • Outside of fighter trophies and Chrom's trophy, all of the trophies in the Wii U version appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as well.
  • The Fire Emblem franchise has the most amount of newcomers from a series to be added in Smash 4 with three in total.
    • It is also the only Nintendo owned franchise to receive a DLC newcomer and two DLC characters total.

See alsoEdit


Also on Fandom

Random Wiki