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Random Trophies are Trophies which only appear in the Lottery, in various 1P areas and Gather the Trophies. Some appear only after certain events, such as after completing all three 1P Modes, or getting all characters.

Name First Game Date System Description
A creature in an imaginary cubist world where survival of the fittest is the rule. These creatures have strong, efficient bodies and the cute faces of pandas. They form family groups and treat each other lovingly, yet have no respect for other beasts. Their favorite foods seem to be meat and bamboo grass.
Star Fox 3/93 Super Nintendo Star Fox's archenemy. Whether it's a metallic manifestation of Andross or just a hologram is unknown, but from its outward appearance, it's safe to assume that it's not the fiend's true form. Andross occasionally sucks matter in and then violently exhales, sending out a cloud of metal tiles. Its eyes are its weak points.
Star Fox 64 6/97 Nintendo 64 This incarnation of Andross was so big as to be ridiculous, but it at least appeared to be a living being. Andross was once a brilliant scientist, but was banished from the galaxy for his dangerous experiments. From the planet Venom, he readied his troops and directed his sword of vengeance toward the Lylat System.
Custom Robo 2 11/00 Nintendo 64 Annie, a Jumper model in the Stunner line of robots, was the robot used by Nanase, a cadet at the Takuma Academy, a commander training school. At the climax of the story, Nanase fell prey to temptation and stained her hands with the illegal robot Majei. This act ultimately set the stage for her undeniably tragic end.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Clouds gather, the barometer plunges, and fresh snow falls from the frigid air when this legendary Pokémon takes wing. Graceful and elegant, it boasts long tail feathers that flap in the wind and are lovely to behold. As would be expected, its combat moves are based on its cold nature; they include Ice Beam and Blizzard.
Star Fox 9/03 SNES The Arwing is the symbol of Star Fox. Like an F-Zero racer, it's equipped with an opposing-gravity device. It can barrel roll and flip with ease thanks to its quick acceleration and flexible control. In battle, the ship uses retractable wings for precise flying. Every Arwing has smart bombs as its sub-weapons.
Ayumi Tachibana
Famicom Detective Club Part II 5/89 SNES Ayumi's the heroine of the Detective Club games, which were made for the Famicom Disk System. In the first installment of the series, Ayumi solved the murder of one of her friends, and shortly thereafter, she opened her own investigative agency. Since those early days, she's proven to be a daring and peerless crime solver.
Baby Bowser
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island 10/95 SNES Even as a youngster, Baby Bowser was already playing pranks and causing trouble for Baby Mario and his pal Yoshi. Even at this early age of his evil career, Baby Bowser had tons of henchmen at his disposal. Many experts speculate that Mario and Bowser have some sort of connection that can be traced back to their mutual births.
Baby Mario
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island 10/95 SNES Long ago, when the stork was carrying Baby Mario and Baby Luigi to the Mario household, the stork was ambushed, causing Baby Mario to tumble onto Yoshi's Island. This marked the beginning of the Yoshies' adventure to deliver Baby Mario to his parents. Since then, Baby Mario's been spotted on golf courses and tennis courts.
Ball Kirby
Kirby's Adventure 5/93 NES When Kirby swallows a ball enemy, he turns into a ball and can bounce off of floors and walls. It's tough to control, but well worth it for the strong attack power it gives Kirby. After his debut in Kirby's Adventure, Ball Kirby has popped up in several more Kirby games, such as Kirby's Pinball Land and Kirby's Block Ball.
Balloon Fighter
Balloon Fight 6/86 NES The goal in Balloon Fight is to break your enemy's two balloons, depriving him of his flotation devices. If you lose one balloon, your buoyancy drops and it becomes harder to rise. As you can pop both friends' and enemies' balloons, you have to stay alert in this two-player fun fest. The balloonist's name is unknown.
Super Smash Bros. 4/99 Nintendo 64 Like Crates, Barrels are often filled with items and occasionally explosive. Thrown Barrels may break on contact or go rolling along the ground to smash into characters. Like the Crate, the Barrel is heavy, so it will restrict the speed at which the character carrying it can move. This speed differs between characters.
Barrel Cannon
Donkey Kong Country 11/94 SNES The Barrel Cannons were used in Donkey Kong games as a vital means of transportation, and their explosive nature is used similarly in Super Smash Bros. Melee. On the Kongo Jungle stage, one can catch characters as they fall from the main platform. Careful! The Barrel Cannon rotation may accidentally send you flying off the screen.
Custom Robo 2 11/00 Nintendo 64 Tsurugi and Yaiba, twin brothers who were bewitched by the dark power, combined their beloved robots Spear and Lance to form this illegal robot. The brothers used the Strike Vanisher model as a base, but then added a number of stealth capabilities. This successful power-up is nothing short of a Custom Robo miracle.
Beam Sword
Super Smash Bros. 4/99 Nintendo 64 With its distinctive glowing blade, the Beam Sword is eye-catching and lethal. At first, the blade is about the size of a short sword, but the length changes depending on who wields it. The blade also lengthens in direct proportion to the power of an attack, so it reaches its maximum size when swung as a smash attack.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color From time to time, these beautiful flower Pokémon will gather in numbers and perform an odd sort of dance to call out the sun. While in the midst of this strange exhibition, their petals brush together to create a peaceful and soothing melody. A Gloom will only evolve into a Bellossom if it's exposed to a Sun Stone.
Doki Doki Panic 7/87 NES First seen in Super Mario Bros. 2, Birdo is known for shooting eggs and fireballs from her mouth. Mario and his friends would have to jump onto the eggs in midair, pick them up and throw them back at her. Long missing from the Nintendo scene, Birdo recently reappeared in Mario Tennis and Super Mario Advance.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Blastoise is the next evolutionary step after Wartortle. The thick jets of water they shoot from the cannons on their backs are strong enough to cut through steel plating. When in danger, they hide inside their armored shells. Blastoise is so popular among trainers that it's considered the definitive Water-type.
Doki Doki Panic 7/87 NES These little guys are just what they appear to be: walking bombs. Pick one up and hurl it for an incredibly potent attack. If no one picks them up, Bob-ombs light their own fuses and start wandering around armed and dangerous. In Super Mario 64, Bob-ombs chased Mario down once they noticed him. Pink Bob-ombs are nice and capable of speech.
Super Mario Bros. 3 2/90 NES These shy spirits inhabit Mario's world and have been known to vanish or freeze when met face-to-face. In recent years, they seem to have overcome their fears in order to pursue tennis and other social activities. They usually appear in groups and fly in formation. From time to time, giant Boos make surprise appearances.
Clu Clu Land 10/85 NES The mysterious Bubbles can only move straight ahead and has problems stopping: she changes paths by sticking out her hand and grabbing a post on the way by. If Bubbles makes contact with a Sea Urchin, she'll pop and deflate like a balloon. Bubbles protects herself by shocking Sea Urchins and pushing them into walls to destroy them.
Mario & Wario 8/93 SNES In Mario and Wario, an excellent game released only in Japan, this hidden item gets placed on Mario's head, rendering him sightless. The fairy Wanda then guides the helpless Mario past numerous obstacles to the goal. The M on the bucket becomes a W when turned upside down, signifying that Mario has fallen under Wario's wicked control.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Bulbasaur is a cute Pokémon born with a large seed firmly affixed to its back; the seed grows in size as the Pokémon does. Along with Squirtle and Charmander, Bulbasaur is one of three Pokémon available at the beginning of Pokémon Red & Blue. It evolves first into Ivysaur and ultimately into Venusaur.
Bullet Bill
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Bullet Bills are shot out of cannons and fly on straight paths. In great numbers they're a nightmare; while Mario can stop most with a single jump, the rare giant one is much tougher to avoid. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, all Bullet Bills are extra large. They burrow into Princess Peach's castle and then detonate with immense power.
Super Smash Bros. 4/99 Nintendo 64 These small containers contain items that fly out when the Capsules break. Capsules will explode roughly 12.5% of the time, so deciding where to break them can be quite a strategic decision; sometimes it's better to throw them rather than attacking them directly. Explosive Capsules pack a tremendous punch.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Renowned for its kind temperament, Chansey has been known to offer injured creatures a highly nutritious egg to aid their recovery. Legend has it that this charitable creature brings happiness to anyone who captures it. All Chansey are female, and every now and then one is found in possession of a Lucky Egg.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy It's hard to believe, but this massive flame Pokémon evolves from the tiny Charmander. Not only can it fly at heights of over 4,500 feet, but it's flaming breath is hot enough to reduce almost anything to ashes in seconds. The flames at the end of a Charizard's tail are said to be a fairly accurate barometer of its power.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Chikorita was one of the first three Pokémon available in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal. A Grass-type Pokémon, it emits a delightful fragrance from the leaves on its head and loves to spend its time leisurely sunbathing. When called into battle, it uses its Razor Leaf move to strike at opponents' weak points.
Chozo Statue
Metroid 8/86 NES These statues, which provide power-ups to Samus and have some connection with her Power Suit, have been found in many places, most notably Zebes. The Chozo boasted the most advanced civilization in their galaxy. Some say that when they could advance no further, they chose to withdraw and observe other life forms.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Clefairy are very cute Pokémon, which makes them popular pets. However, as they're only found in a few areas, it takes a lot of work to find one. Strangely enough, legend has it that Clefairy are more active during the full moon. These Pokémon are known to use Metronome, a move that unleashes a randomly selected attack.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color With silhouettes that resemble stars, Cleffa are often sighted when the night sky is filled with shooting stars. Cleffa evolves into Clefairy, but only if it has a strong bond of friendship with its trainer. Since Cleffa are so cute and loveable, many trainers choose to keep it in this unevolved form.
Cloaking Device
Top Secret 7/20 NES This state-of-the-art camouflage device bends light rays in such a way that players using it appear almost invisible. The device fosters confusion, and players using it will not take damage while cloaked. This does not mean, however, that players become invulnerable, so they can still be sent reeling or flying across the screen, depending on their damage percentages.
Mario Bros. 1983 Arcade The Mushroom Kingdom is dotted with these mysterious coins. There seems to be an endless supply hidden in various blocks, and Mario gains an extra life when he manages to collect a hundred of them. No one can confirm whether or not these coins are actually used as the currency of the Mushroom Kingdom, but it's a safe assumption.
Super Smash Bros. 4/99 Nintendo 64 A Crate will release lots of items when it's broken open. It's very heavy, so unless your character is strong, you’ll walk slowly while under its burden. You can throw Crates up, down, left or right, but it's hard to hit opponents because the throwing process takes time. Every now and then, a Crate will explode under duress.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color A bat Pokémon that evolves from Golbat. Crobat's hind legs have evolved into a second pair of wings, which allows it to fly at great speeds but limits its ability to rest. The affection a Golbat has for its trainer is vital for the evolution process: if a novice trainer has a Crobat, it shows that he or she cares for Pokémon well.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Cyndaquil frighten easily, so they're often found curled up in balls. When threatened, they flare the flames on their backs to drive off enemies. Cyndaquil was one of the three Pokémon that trainers could choose from at the beginning of Pokémon Silver, Gold, and Crystal. No one knows if their eyes are open.
Super Mario Land 8/89 Game Boy The princess of Sarasa-land. Daisy met Mario when he helped defeat the evil alien Tatanga in Super Mario Land. Princess Daisy is a bit of a tomboy when compared with her counterpart, Princess Peach. After her appearance in Mario Golf, some gossips started portraying her as Luigi's answer to Mario's Peach.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Every Ditto has the ability to copy a Pokémon's entire cell structure in an instant and become its exact replica. They're terrible at remembering techniques, but when they use Transform, they temporarily learn all of their foe's moves. If a Ditto starts to laugh, it weakens and can't hold it's transformation.
Dixie Kong
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy Kong's Quest 12/95 SNES More than just Diddy Kong's girlfriend, Dixie Kong is also a fearless adventurer and a reliable team player. She earned her wings helping Diddy rescue Donkey Kong from the clutches of King K. Rool. Dixie's amazingly quick and nimble, and she's even able to twirl her ponytail in order to float slowly through the air.
Donbe & Hikari
Shin Onigashima 9/87 NES Donbe and Hikari are the main characters in this video-game version of a classic Japanese folk tale. The game chronicles the lives of our fearless heroes from their births to the time they drove the evil from the Island of Ogres. They are accompanied in their adventure by Ringo the dog, Matsunosuke the monkey, and Ohana the pheasant.
Dr. Stewart
F-Zero 8/91 SNES Dr. Stewart inherited the Golden Fox upon the death of his father and soon became an F-Zero pacesetter. The Fox, which bears the lucky number 3, doesn't have the highest of traction ratings, but a skilled pilot will thrill at the sensation of drifting through corners. This machine requires a high degree of technical ability.
Dr. Wright
Sim City 8/91 SNES The assistant to the mayor of SimCity, Dr. Wright was actually named after the creator of the game. As a player, you'd have to use your wisdom and experience to give timely advice to the mayor; if you did a good job, the city prospered. Dr. Wright is one of the leaders in the all-time, bizarre Nintendo-game-hairstyle contest.
Duck Hunt 10/85 NES These friendly fowl are the targets in the game Duck Hunt, which utilizes the Nintendo Zapper Light Gun. They appear and randomly fly about trying to escape after your faithful (if slightly clamorous) hunting dog flushes them out. Once you drop the ducks, your dog dutifully fetches them by the napes of their necks and grins at you.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy As adaptable a Pokémon as any yet discovered, Eevee's evolutionary progress changes to meet the conditions of its environment. So far, five evolutionary forms have been discovered and then catalogued for this unique Pokémon: Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, and Umbreon. All evolutions have special benefits.
Super Mario World 8/91 SNES Eggs are basically the same as Capsules, in that they'll release items when you break them open. They've been known to explode, too. The likelihood that certain items may be inside Eggs depends on the type of stage being played. Sometimes Eggs will contain health-replenishing food items; other times, they may hold weapons.
Eggplant Man
Wrecking Crew 10/85 NES Eggplant Man debuted as an enemy in the NES game Wrecking Crew. Even though his movement pattern was very simple, he was a fairly formidable foe, since Mario and Luigi had limited means of attack. You could beat this enemy by dropping a Dead-End Drum on him or by trapping him behind a door and blowing up the room.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Electrode, an electric ball Pokémon, is the evolved form of Voltorb. It has the tendency to explode with even the slightest provocation, which has earned it the nickname "Wrecking Ball." Electrode is the quickest Pokémon found to date, and its distinct white-over-red coloring is the opposite of Voltorb's.
Excitebike 10/85 NES This top-of-the-line motocross motorcycle can accelerate like crazy with its turbo, but this also causes the temperature gauge to rise rapidly; if used too often, the bike will overheat. You can cool your hot bike down by running over special icons scattered across the track. The turbo and ramps let you pull insane airs.
Super Smash Bros. 4/99 Nintendo 64 The Fan can be swung so rapidly that it leaves opponents unable to counterattack. It is, however, an exceedingly weak weapon. Despite this shortcoming, the Fan is quite effective as a shield breaker, and it works well at disrupting an enemy's equilibrium. Throw the fan to send your foe bouncing straight up into the sky.
Fighter Kirby
Kirby Super Star 9/96 SNES Kirby dons a warrior's headband and becomes a fierce fighter when he swallows an enemy skilled at physical attacks. Fighter Kirby uses many colorful punching and kicking moves as he overpowers his enemies with his sparring skills. The Vulcan Jab is just one of the many techniques Kirby can use thanks to his copying power.
Fire Flower
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Once you grab this item, press and hold down the A Button to make the flower breathe flames until its power gives out. The Fire Flower is incredibly useful when you want to push someone off the edge of a stage. In Super Mario Bros., it transformed Mario into Fire Mario, changing his garb and enabling him to throw fireballs.
Fire Kirby
Kirby's Adventure 5/93 NES When Kirby swallows a fire-wielding enemy, he transforms into Fire Kirby. Not only does he breathe fire in this form, but he can also sprout flames on his entire body and damage enemies by crashing into them. Fire Kirby wears the bright red headdress of his enemy Burning Leo. The hat turns into a helpful weapon when thrown.
Balloon Fight 10/86 NES Made famous as an unpredictable obstacle in Balloon Fight, the Flipper stops and hangs in midair when thrown. Any character who comes in contact with the bumper-balls on its ends will be knocked away as the Flipper spins wildly. Flippers can be a bit irksome: in Balloon Fight they caused accidents to friends and foes alike.
Fountain of Dreams
Kirby's Adventure 5/93 NES This mystical fountain in Dream Land uses the power of the Star Rod to create a gush of pleasant dreams that flow like water. The dreams then become a fine mist and drift over the land, bringing peaceful rest to one and all. It's been confirmed that there are identical facilities on other planets near Pop Star.
Four Giants
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 10/00 Nintendo 64 "Swamp... Mountain... Ocean... Valley... The four who are there..." Link summons these four giant guardians to aid in his battle against the Skull Kid, who's possessed by Majora's Mask. They appear from the four compass points to catch the moon, which is about to crash into Clock Town. Without abandoning the innocent Skull Kid, they're able to protect the town.
Mario Bros. 1983 Arcade Freezies slip and slide along smooth surfaces and will happily slide off the edge of a stage if left alone. In Mario Bros., they would stop and freeze portions of the ground; in Super Smash Bros. Melee, they can be picked up and hurled as weapons. Hit a foe with a Freezie, and he or she will be temporarily encased in a huge block of ice.
Nintendo GameCube
GameCube 11/01 Console Nintendo's latest bundle of joy arrived in North America on November 18, 2001, and video-game fans rejoiced. This little beauty is sleek, compact and full of cutting-edge technology. Incorporating optical media for the first time, the Nintendo GameCube was truly born to play. Rumor has it that Super Smash Bros. Melee is a software title for this wondrous device.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy These Water-types are often referred to as "water dancers," as their elegant fins make them incredibly agile underwater. They can even travel upstream in rapids at a speed of five knots; of course they're not quite as nimble on dry land. Goldeen's Horn Drill is so strong that it can KO an enemy with one strike if it connects.
Kirby's Dream Land 2 5/95 Game Boy While Kirby swallows enemies in order to copy their powers, Gooey wraps them up in his tongue to steal their abilities. In Kirby's Dream Land 2, he occasionally appeared inside of a bag, but by Kirby's Dream Land 3, he was a full-fledged partner. He could be controlled by setting him up as Player Two.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 11/98 Nintendo 64 Most Gorons inhabit the stony slopes of Death Mountain. They can achieve incredible land speeds by curling up into balls and rolling: they also curl up into small balls to sleep. They're a gentle and calm people, but their leader, Darunia, is impassioned and brave. Gorons use strong and dexterous fingers to make blades and bombs.
Great Fox
Star Fox 3/93 SNES The mother ship of the Star Fox team. When in battle, the ship's robot, ROB, can assume control of the bridge, allowing all hands to take to their Arwings or combat positions. The ship runs plasma engines capable of warp speeds, and its front lasers are effective both in battle and in clearing paths through asteroid belts.
Green Shell
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Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Hit or throw a Green Shell, and it'll follow the contours of the environment, causing heavy damage to any characters it hits. These Koopa shells have many uses in the Mario series: they've been picked up, kicked, swallowed and even spit out. Mario just uses them as tools to pummel Bowser's numberless henchmen.
Donkey Kong 1981 Arcade If you grab the Hammer, you'll run across the screen swinging it back and forth nonstop. In Donkey Kong, Mario used the Hammer in exactly the same fashion. It's an extremely powerful item, but you have no recovery move when carrying it. Every now and then, the mallet head will fall off, and you'll end up completely vulnerable, swinging just the handle.
Hate Giant
Doshin the Giant 3/02 GameCube A reincarnation of the sun that appears on a solitary island in the south seas. Doshin feeds off the emotions of the islanders to grow into a giant. The islanders named it for the sound of its heavy footsteps: "Doh-Shin!" The red color of this Doshin points toward its malignant nature. It knows but one thing: Destroy! Destroy!
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Heracross are powerful creatures that are known to drive their single horns into the bellies of their foes and then toss them over their heads. The immense power of their Megahorn move is said to be the strongest among insectoid Pokémon. They are one of several types of Pokémon that can be found by shaking trees.
Kuru Kuru Kururin 3/01 Game Boy Advance Kururin sets off in his specialized helicopter to rescue his siblings who have lost their way somewhere among ten worlds. The helicopter is fitted with an enormous blade, which propels the machine forward by slowly rotating. The mazes that Kururin must navigate are narrow and filled with all kinds of strange obstacles.
Home-Run Bat
Super Smash Bros. 4/99 Nintendo 64 Smash an enemy with this slugger, and you'll send them flying out of sight; hence the name Home-Run Bat. The sound of the bat being swung immediately strikes fear into the hearts of opponents and can turn the tide of a battle. It's slightly risky to use, though; it has a very limited range, and it takes a little time to wind up for your swing.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color As it soars around the skies of the world, this multicolored flying Pokémon leaves a trail of rainbows and myths in its wake. Its signature move is called Sacred Fire, and it is believed to appear only before trainers who are pure of heart. If you see a trainer with Ho-oh, you can assume that catching it took a lot of work.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Igglybuff, which evolve into Jigglypuff, are so incredibly elastic that they always seem to be bouncing. They have extremely stubby legs, so for these Pokémon, bounding from place to place is much faster than walking. Unlike its equally adorable relatives, Jigglypuff and Wigglytuff, Igglybuff has red eyes.
EarthBound 6/95 SNES Another of Ness's close friends in EarthBound, Jeff is the only son of the famous scientist, Dr. Andonuts. Jeff is a mechanical genius, able to turn common, broken tools into complex weapons like the Hungry HP-sucker and the Slime Generator. He's a bit on the shy side but incredibly intelligent and brave in the heat of battle.
Jody Summer
F-Zero X 10/98 Nintendo 64 An ex-fighter pilot, Jody brings her skills to the F-Zero Grand Prix as an ambassador of the interstellar regime. Her machine, the White Cat, is not built for strength or endurance. However, it's incredibly light and has excellent traction. A good match for beginners, the White Cat's a solid all-around racer.
Kensuke Kimachi
1080 Snowboarding 4/98 Nintendo 64 A member of the Vertical Air snowboard team of Japan. He's 19 years of age and a top boarder in Japan, but his team is still working on achieving world-class ranking. Kensuke is a mellow, laid-back guy who gets bored quickly with things that don't spark his interest. He plays a lot of Nintendo games when he's not riding.
King Dedede
Kirby's Dream Land 8/92 Game Boy Dedede's the self-proclaimed king of Dream Land. While he says he's king, Dedede performs no administrative functions and the citizens of Dream Land continue to live as they always have. He's able to suck in air and fly like Kirby does, but only as a result of the vigorous training he undertook after being bested by Kirby.
King K. Rool
Donkey Kong Country 11/92 SNES The demented head of the Kremlings and big boss in the Donkey Kong series. K. Rool is a giant, greedy glutton with a serious eye tic. While he fits the evil boss mold nicely, he's just enough of a bumbler to have gained a few fans over the years. His plan to blow up the DK Isles with his Blast-o-Matic shows how unbalanced he is.
Kirby Hat 1
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Here's Kirby sporting several results of his Copy ability. In Link's hat he can shoot arrows, while Mario's cap gives him access to Fireballs. The Donkey Kong suit offers up a Giant Punch, while Samus's helmet allows Kirby to fire off charged-up energy shots. Finally, while wearing the Yoshi hat, Kirby can swallow enemies and turn them into eggs.
Kirby Hat 2
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Kirby's got several of his finest hats on here. In Ness's baseball cap, he can use the power of PSI to unleash PK Flash, while Captain Falcon's visor gives him the ability to unleash a huge punch. His adorable Pikachu cap comes complete with stored-up electric charges, allowing him to shock his foes, and the Fox ears come with a matching blaster.
Kirby Hat 3
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube With all of these hats, Kirby could open his own haberdashery! Peach's crown lets him use Toad, while the Ice Climber parka allows him to shoot ice blocks. Kirby has Fire Breath in the Bowser horns, and he can copy Zelda in both her forms. In Zelda's headdress he can use Nayru's Love, while Sheik's wrap gives him a needle arsenal.
Klap Trap
Donkey Kong Country 11/92 SNES This low-slung alligator made its first appearance in Donkey Kong Country. You can subdue it by jumping on its back, but it's powerful jaws make it dangerous to approach from the front. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, it swims in the river and sometimes jumps in the Barrel Cannon to stop players from using it.
Koopa Clown Car
Super Mario World 8/91 SNES Bowser's single-seat, personal airship doesn't exactly handle like a dream, but it wasn't designed to be sporty. The Koopa Clown Car was made to carry Bowser's huge weight, not to mention a logic-defying arsenal of massive bowling balls. In Super Mario World, Mario busted the Koopa Clown Car by pelting it with Mecha Koopas.
Koopa Paratroopa
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES These winged Koopa Troopas can fly, but they're none too smart: they tend to spend a lot of their time simply jumping or fluttering around a small area. As a result, no one exactly thinks of them as majestic, soaring creatures. They lose their wings and become normal Koopa Troopas if Mario or Luigi jumps on their backs.
Koopa Troopa
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Common soldiers in Bowser's army, Koopa Troopas can retreat into their shells. Unbelievable as it may seem, they're clearly unaware of being kicked and sent sliding when in this position. There are many Koopa types, each with a different shell color and unique traits. They all wear T-shirts and shorts under their shells.
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES These airborne menaces used to ride their clouds exclusively as Bowser's henchmen. They typically hover just out of Mario's reach and hurl Spinies with irritating precision. More recently, however, they've been known to take on less evil tasks, such as doing camera work for sports events and even helping Mario on his quests.
Like Like
The Legend of Zelda 7/87 NES In The Legend of Zelda, these slow-footed monsters inhaled Link and ate his shield, just beating out Wallmasters for the coveted title of "Most Aggravating Enemies Ever." Supposedly, their name comes from an old, almost indecipherable Hyrulian proverb: "Shield-eaters and world leaders have many likes alike.
Love Giant
Doshin the Giant 3/02 GameCube A reincarnation of the sun that appears on a solitary island in the south seas. Doshin feeds off the emotions of the islanders to grow into a giant. The islanders named it for the sound of its heavy footsteps: "Doh-Shin!" Its yellow color indicates its friendly nature: this Doshin likes to help with the villagers' daily tasks.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color The waters of the Whirl Islands are home to this legendary Pokémon, whom few have seen. Lugia lives quietly in the deepest ocean trenches for one very good reason: its combined aerial and psychic powers are so strong as to be extremely dangerous. The special moves of this gargantuan creature include the destructive wind assault known as Aeroblast.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color This water-mouse Pokémon evolves into Azumarill. The round ball on the end of its tail acts like a flotation device, so it can float safely in the roughest of water conditions. It resides on Mt. Mortar in seclusion; few of the creatures are ever seen. Marill's cuteness has earned it a large and loyal fan base.
Maruo Maruhige
Card Hero 2/00 Game Boy Color His name is Maruo Maruhige. He has a splendid moustache, and he's the eldest son of a long-established card merchant. After stints as a taxi driver and convenience store clerk, he settled into his role as heir to the card business, which has been in his family for five generations. He manages the Maruhige Card Shop.
Master Sword
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 11/98 Nintendo 64 The Master Sword varies a bit between titles in the Legend of Zelda series, but it's generally the most powerful blade that Link can carry. It's a magical weapon that can be wielded only by a true hero, and, as its name implies, it's the weapon of choice in decisive battles. At the end of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Link returned it to its stone pedestal.
Dr. Mario 10/90 NES Megavitamins come in six color combinations of red, blue, and yellow. Dr. Mario uses these capsules by tossing them into contaminated bottle to destroy viruses. The origin of these wonder pills is a mystery, but the most likely theory is that they're the result of Dr. Mario's lifelong efforts to find a cure for the common cold.
Kirby Super Star 9/96 SNES The mysterious head of the Meta-Knights, he wields his sword with dignity. He delivered his sword to Kirby and demanded single combat in a show of knightly honor; his strict adherence to his code of ethics makes him a rarity in Dream Land. Sometimes he throws off his cape in battle. It occasionally transforms into wings.
Metal Mario
Super Mario 64 9/96 Nintendo 64 Mario was in for a surprise the first time he hit a Metal Box in Super Mario 64. The metal cap that popped out transformed Mario into living metal, giving him great stamina, a heavy tread, and the ability to walk underwater. In Super Smash Bros., Metal Mario showed up as an incredibly stubborn midlevel boss.
Metroid 8/89 NES A parasitic life form that can absorb all types of energy, Metroids have strong resistance to most conventional weaponry. To defeat them, Samus Aran had to freeze them with Ice Beam shots and then blast them with missiles. Mochtroids, which look like Metroids, are weaker, with fewer internal nuclei.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Misty's the gym leader of Cerulean City and a real tomboy. She loves swimming and all things aquatic, so she makes a point of collecting Starmie, Staryu, and other Water-type Pokémon. This is common among gym-leaders: typically the Pokémon kept by trainers tend to reflect that person's personality and preferences.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy As tradition has it, the onset of spring heralds the return of this legendary Pokémon from its southern home. Its bright orange color and fiery aspect lends to its overwhelming appearance. Sky Attack, the strongest of flying moves, is a perfect fit for this burning phenom, but it obviously also excels at powerful Fire-type moves.
3D Hot Rally 4/88 NES This rally car tore up dirt and raced through uncharted lands in the Disk System game 3D Hot Rally. While it wasn't as fast as the other two car types, it had super-strong shocks to deal with horrible roads and other obstacles. Mario and Luigi are in command of this car, although they don't show themselves in the game very often.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 10/00 Nintendo 64 High in the sky above the Clock Town Tower, a menacing moon slowly sinks towards the city. Shrouded in mystery and feared by all, it threatens to devour everything and everyone in a cataclysm of fire. Strangely, inside the moon is a beautiful, pristine plain broken by a single tree. The moon breaks after Link defeats Majora's Mask.
Motion-Sensor Bomb
Top Secret 7/88 NES The perfect accessory for ambushes, the Motion-Sensor Bomb has been a favorite covert weapon of spies and other stealthy operatives. It adheres to any surface, and once armed, detonates with incredible force when it detects motion in its range. In the frantic world of Super Smash Bros., it doesn't take long for it to go.
Mr. Saturn
EarthBound 6/95 SNES The origins of the Mr. Saturn race are unknown, but many believe they came from outer space. They reside in Saturn Valley and speak their own unique language. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Mr. Saturn is just another item with which to pelt foes. These guys are laid back and not into fighting, so you can rest easy ...or can you?
Mute City
F-Zero 8/91 SNES F-Zero courses are set hundreds of feet above ground and kept afloat by opposing-gravity guard beams on both sides of the tracks. Mute City, which grew from an intergalactic trading post to a city with a population of over two billion, is the most famous stop on the F-Zero Grand Prix. This course layout is from the F-Zero X era.
Ocarina of Time
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 11/98 Nintendo 64 This ocarina, the treasure of the House of Hyrule, was entrusted to Link by Zelda when she fled from Ganondorf's insurrection. When used in conjunction with three Spiritual Stones, it opened the way to where the Master Sword rested. In Majora's Mask, it gave Link limited control over time, but it has other uses: it's fun to play as a musical instrument.
The Legend of Zelda 7/87 NES These common enemies made their debut in the very first Legend of Zelda game and have been a staple of every game in the series since. They shoot rocks from their mouths at high velocity, but the projectiles are simple to block and do very little damage. Octoroks have low stamina, so they don't pose much of a threat to good fighters.
Pak E. Derm
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Yoshi's Story 3/98 Nintendo 64 This pesky pachyderm bars Yoshi's path by sticking poles high into the air. Pak E. Derm has been practicing this skill for years, and he's so masterful that he can even block Yoshi's high-flying Flutter Jump. Pak E. Derm is a little unstable, however, and he tends to topple over if Yoshi pounds the ground anywhere nearby.
Kirby's Dream Land 8/92 Game Boy The Parasol, which was originally used by Kirby, can be used as a weapon to bludgeon enemies. Even better is that fact that players can open it while airborne and lazily float back toward safe ground. It's incredibly useful in returning to the field of play after an opponent gets the better of you and sends you flying.
Party Ball
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Party Balls are just what they sound like: a recipe for wild fun packed into a paper ball. Throw or strike one into the air, then wait for it to trigger its time-release. Parties are always unpredictable, so here are the odds on how zany your party might be:

Self-destruction: 10% Food banquet: 36% Bob-omb fest: 12% Other: 42%

EarthBound 6/95 SNES Paula is a PSI master who used her incredible psychic abilities to call Ness from afar. Ness rescued Paula from the blue-stained clutches of the Happy Happyist cult, and she became integral to his EarthBound adventure. Originally, Ness didn't know either PK Thunder or PK Fire, so Paula probably taught him these techniques.
Peppy Hare
Star Fox 3/93 SNES Peppy was a member of the original Star Fox team with Fox's father James McCloud. Peppy was the sole survivor of the Battle of Venom where a treacherous teammate named Pigma Dengar betrayed the team. Peppy now rarely climbs into the cockpit of an Arwing, preferring instead an advisory position in mission planning.
Super Mario Bros. 2 10/88 NES Pidgits are wingless birds enchanted by the vegetable-hating Wart to be the bearers of bad dreams. They live in Subcon, a land contained within Mario's dreams, where they fly around on magic carpets. Mario and friends were able to use these carpets for short distances once they dislodged the piloting Pidgit.
Pikmin 12/01 GameCube These strange beings are part plant, part animal. They spend most of their time buried in the earth, but they will befriend whoever plucks them, as evidenced by their devotion to Captain Olimar. Each Pikmin has a leaf on its head that grows into a bud and finally a flower. Like a flower, the life of a Pikmin is both fragile and beautiful.
Kid Icarus 7/87 NES The head of Palutena's personal bodyguards, Pit traveled near and far to gather Three Sacred Treasures that would help him defeat the evil goddess of darkness, Medusa, and free Palutena, the goddess of light. Pit couldn't fly with his little wings; only the Wings of Pegasus let him take flight. Will Pit ever fight again?
Mario Golf 7/99 Game Boy Color Plum is one of the first playable golfers in Mario Golf. She's not all that strong, so her drives tend to lack distance. On the other hand, her strike area is large and allows for refined control. She's a very stable golfer, both well balanced and easy to master, which makes her a favorite among beginners and pros alike.
Poison Mushroom
Super Mario Bros. 2 (Japan) 6/86 NES Poison Mushrooms made their debut in Super Mario All-Stars, where they'd cost characters a life if picked up. These nasty fungi are dark and foul-tasting, and in Super Smash Bros. Melee, they make you shrink on contact. With your diminished stature comes a loss of power and mass, making you a prime target to get smashed offscreen with even a light attack.
Poké Ball
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy These balls are used to capture and contain wild Pokémon. Most Pokémon must be weakened in some way before they can be captured, but once they're inside a Poké Ball, they enjoy their new home, since Poké Balls contain an environment specially designed for Pokémon comfort. Master Balls are the strongest type.
Pokémon Stadium
Pokémon Stadium 3/00 Nintendo 64 Trainers come from far and wide to congregate at Pokémon Stadiums, the ultimate venues to show off their Pokémon teams. There are many different arenas with varying terrain designs, some of which afford advantages to certain Pokémon. This particular stadium is reserved for huge events and boasts a big screen and spectacular fireworks.
Polar Bear
Ice Climber 10/85 NES This bizarre beast appears whenever the Ice Climbers take five during their ascents. Each leap the upright bear makes causes an earthquake and makes the mountain scroll upward. If the climbers fall off the bottom of the screen, they'll drop into a bottomless chasm. For reasons unknown, it sports pink shorts and sunglasses.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Poliwhirl is an amphibious Pokémon able to live on either land or in the water. When on dry land, it's constantly sweating to keep its skin nice and slimy. When in danger, it spins the whirlpool marking on its stomach to put enemies into a deep sleep, then it runs away. It evolves into either Poliwrath or Politoed.
EarthBound 6/95 SNES Poo, the crown prince of the mysterious eastern country of Dalaam, joined Ness after completing rigorous training in his home country. While he doesn't stand out among Ness's friends, his vast experience and strong willpower make him a key to their success. Poo can assume the form of an enemy to gain its powers.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Representing the next step in technological progress, this virtual Pokémon is a higher powered version of the man-made Pokémon, Porygon. Compared to the sharp edges of its relative, Porygon2's body is extremely smooth and rounded. In battle, it utilizes a special move called Conversion 2 to alter its type.
Princess Peach's Castle
Super Mario 64 9/96 Nintendo 64 Princess Peach's magnificent royal castle appears to be inhabited solely by the princess and a multitude of Toads. Bowser tried to steal the castle's Power Stars in Super Mario 64, and in Paper Mario, the surly archfiend actually lifted the castle into the stratosphere with his own filthy fortress.
Professor Oak
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy The leading expert on the study of Pokémon. It seems there are always new and mysterious species of Pokémon being brought to light, and Professor Oak is at the heart of it all with his insightful research. The Pokédex is one of his inventions: new trainers receive one, and a Pokémon to boot, when they start out.
Raccoon Mario
Super Mario Bros. 3 2/90 NES In Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Leafs caused Mario to grow raccoon ears and a tail. By sprinting and rapidly wagging the tail, Mario gained the ability to fly for short periods. Like the Cape in Super Mario World, the tail also reduced the speed at which he fell, making midair moves easier. Needless to say, real raccoons were jealous.
Racing Kart
Super Mario Kart 9/92 SNES The famous racing karts from the ever-popular Mario Kart racing series come loaded for speed with three different engine sizes: 50, 100, and 150 cc. The karts' handling differs with the characters driving them, but all of them utilize Mario Kart standards like drift, jump, and turbo. They're extremely durable and impossible to total.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color These violent lightning Pokémon travel near and far, blasting out electrified whirlwinds. They carry storm clouds on their backs so they can produce lightning regardless of the local weather; it's even said that they descended to the earth via lightning bolts. Their extreme quickness lends itself to flight, so they're very hard to capture.
Raphael Raven
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island 10/95 SNES The basically laid-back ravens come in several sizes. The smaller ones travel in flocks or traipse around small platforms all day long. The biggest of their breed is called Raphael the Raven, and his enormous size renders most direct attacks useless. Instead of fighting, Raphael and the Ravens helped Mario out in Paper Mario.
Ray Gun
Super Smash Bros. 4/99 Nintendo 64 The Ray Gun is toy-like in appearance and shoots short, fat, highly reflective beams of green light. The gun is fairly weak, but since it fires so fast, it can easily juggle enemies. It contains enough energy for only 16 shots. Try dropping it with a few shots left and watch your foes waste time and energy retrieving it.
Ray Mk II
Custom Robo 2 11/00 Nintendo 64 The Custom Robo games feature combat between small robots averaging about 12 inches in height. Ray Mk II is the upgraded descendant of one of the combatants from the original game. It's a well-balanced Jumper model in the Shining Fighter line of robots. Its stable design lets it excel with a minimum of customization.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 11/98 Nintendo 64 Seven years after Ganondorf took control of Hyrule, ReDeads roamed the ruins of Castle Town, moaning. At first, Link was shocked at the state of the town, and the apparent lack of survivors. He later learned that the townsfolk had evacuated to safety, and that the ReDeads were just magic animated into hideous humanoid shapes.
Red Shell
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Throw a Red Shell, and it will home in on random characters and send them flying straight up. Red Shells moving around the surface are dangerous to all players, but they may also present attack chances for players with good timing and strategy. Red Shells won't leave the platform they're on once they start moving.
Kirby's Dream Land 5/95 Game Boy Rick made his debut alongside Kirby's other friends, Coo and Kine. He looks like a meek hamster, but when he puffs himself up, he's bigger than Kirby. When he's carrying Kirby on his back, he can mimic Kirby's copy powers with some special moves of his own. Rick's claim to fame is his exceptional traction on icy surfaces.
Metroid 8/89 NES The head of the Space Pirates on Zebes, Ridley soars through space on wicked wings. Ridley may look like a mindless monster, but he's actually quite intelligent. After the SR-388 incident, where Samus captured the infant Metroid, Ridley took the Space Academy by storm, annihilating the complex and taking the Metroid back.
Ryota Hayami
Wave Race 64 11/96 Nintendo 64 An 18-year-old Wave Race competitor from Japan. While he doesn't appear to have one outstanding trait, his acceleration, top speed, and maneuverability are quite well balanced. In Wave Race: Blue Storm, he's done away with his helmet and goggles in an attempt to make his face more recognizable across the world.
Samurai Goroh
F-Zero 8/91 SNES A rival bounty hunter, Samurai Goroh has crossed paths with Captain Falcon in many a dark corner of the universe. He also goes head-to-head with Falcon in F-Zero races, so the threads of their fates seem to be deeply intertwined. Samurai Goroh is famous for his katana, and his signature T-shirt is instantly recognizable.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color This evolved form of Scyther has arms ending in large pincers with distinctive eye-spot markings. Its evolution also includes the addition of a tough Metal Coat. It's unable to fly very far with its wings, but it can affect its body temperature by flapping them at high speeds. Its sleek look has made Scizor quite popular among collectors.
Screw Attack
Metroid 8/89 NES One of Samus Aran's power-ups from the original Metroid, the Screw Attack turns a jump into a rotating attack move. When carrying this item, any character's ordinary jump move will turn into a Screw Attack. By the same token, if you throw this item at an enemy, your foe will spontaneously do a Screw Attack.
Shy Guys
Super Mario Bros. 2 10/88 NES There are many types of Shy Guys: they've been known to walk on the ground, fly through the air, traipse about on stilts, wear flowers or camouflage, throw balls, swing balls, swing bats, sail on pirate ships, carry fruit, do the Bamboo Dance, ride submarines, play guitar, play tennis, wear red, come in large or small sizes, steal people's toys, cause mischief...
Slippy Toad
Star Fox 3/93 SNES Slippy Toad is the mechanical genius behind most of the Star Fox team's new weapons and technology, and just lately he's been spending the bulk of his time in Research and Development. He's also a competent pilot, but his enthusiasm tends to outweigh his technical flight skills. He and Fox have been friends ever since their school days.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Snorlax love to sleep and love to eat: these portly Pokémon get grumpy if they don't get 880 pounds of food per day. After snacking out, they always nap. They have cast-iron stomachs and can eat moldy and even rotten food with no digestion problems. They are the heaviest Pokémon on record, weighing in at over 1,000 pounds.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Retreating into its shell and spitting water at its foes is Squirtle's trademark response to danger. It's one of the three Pokémon that trainers can receive from Professor Oak in Pokémon Red and Blue. Squirtle evolves into Wartortle and then Blastoise, ramping up its water powers with each evolution.
Donkey Kong 3 6/86 NES Stanley is a plucky exterminator who takes on Donkey Kong and an army of insects in the third installment of the original Donkey Kong series. Stanley has a tough job: he has to chase Donkey Kong away to another greenhouse with his insect repellant, then climb up the ivy to pump the main hive with the deadly spray.
Star Rod
Kirby's Adventure 5/93 NES This magic wand holds 16 star shots and sends foes flying at a low angle when thrown. It's most powerful when Captain Falcon or Sheik performs a Smash Attack while holding it. In Kirby's Adventure, the Star Rod is the secret power behind the Fountain of Dreams. King Dedede steals the Star Rod in order to seal away the nasty Cloaked Nightmare.
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES This item makes you invulnerable to all attacks for a short period of time. The Starman bounces around and eventually tumbles out of the stage, but all you need to do is touch it to power up. It possessed similar powers in Super Mario Bros., except you could also harm enemies just by touching them while under its influence.
EarthBound 6/95 SNES Just one kooky subset of the diverse cast of enemies in EarthBound, these strange creatures are aliens in the employ of Giygas. Variations of the Starman race include Starman, Starman Jr., Starman Deluxe, and Starman Super. They all use PSI powers, but their strength differs depending on the level on which they're found.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy These star-shaped Pokémon that evolve into Starmie are found in large numbers at the seashore. At night, Staryu's red center glows and blinks on and off. It's said that as long as its red center remains, it can regrow its limbs. Whether it's related to Cleffa, another Pokémon with a vaguely star-shaped appearance, is unknown.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color A combination of Steel- and Ground-types, Steelix are the longest Pokémon yet to be discovered, reaching over 30 feet in length. Since they live so deep under the surface of the earth, the intense pressure has made their bodies stronger than diamonds. Evolved from Onix, Steelix is every bit as intimidating as its relative.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color This mystical aurora Pokémon constantly journeys in search of places with pure flowing water. Suicune wields the power to instantly purify any contaminated water it finds. Some say Suicune is the north wind reborn. Its strange and dramatic story is told over the course of the Crystal version of the Pokémon game.
Super Mushroom
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Super Mario Bros. veterans will recognize these power-ups, which hid inside brick blocks and helped Mario and Luigi withstand enemy attacks. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, they temporarily turn your character into a giant. Not only will your size and strength increase, but so will your mass, making it harder for foes to knock you off.
Super Scope
Super Scope 9/92 SNES A peripheral device for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, the Super Scope is a wireless weapon that shoots infrared light to a receiver placed on top of the television. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, it can be fired rapidly or charged up to release a more powerful blast. It only has enough energy for 3 charge shots.
Devil World 10/84 NES This is the main character of a Japanese NES game never released in North America. In this quirky maze game, your goal was to work your way through a series of scrolling mazes while battling the cyclopean henchmen of a large, winged demon. Tamagon not only had to worry about the evil creatures, but also the walls, which were extremely harmful.
Super Mario Bros. 3 2/90 NES Thwomps spend most of their time suspended in midair, waiting. When Mario passes below, they crash down with amazing speed. As you may guess from their appearance, they're heavy and solid enough to make any attack on them futile. Small ones are called Thwimps: despite their weight, they often form groups and bounce around.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 10/00 Nintendo 64 Tingle is a mysterious middle-aged man who thinks he's "the very reincarnation of a fairy." His bizarre behavior and unique speech are just little pieces of his vibrant personality. Tingle travels by way of a small hot-air balloon, making maps of the lands below him. Pop his balloon, and Tingle will fall to earth to sell his maps.
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Toad, Peach's longtime servant, first showed off his strength in Super Mario Bros. 2, then proved to be an agile driver in Super Mario Kart. There are many Toads in Peach's castle and across the Mushroom Kingdom, and although they look similar, they have varied natures. Not the best of guards, Toad must often be rescued.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color These adorable spike-shelled Pokémon hatch from eggs given out by Professor Elm's assistant. Common superstition holds that their shells are chock-full of happiness and that they become good-luck charms when handled with kindness. It's impossible to predict which ability a Togepi will call upon when it uses its Metronome move, so you'd better be ready.
Ice Climber 10/85 NES Topis debuted in the game Ice Climber, shuttling ice with which to repair cracks in the floors. They were kept really busy as Nana and Popo constantly cracked the floors with single strikes of their ice hammers. Despite the monotony of their chilly work, these creatures never slacked off for an instant.
Animal Crossing 4/01 Nintendo 64 A wandering musician whose daily life is a bit of a mystery. He plays in front of the train station every Saturday night starting at 8.00 p.m. He has a large repertoire and plays both old and new hits from all over the world. His music is so ingrained in the villagers that it's impossible to imagine them living without it.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Little but feisty is the best description for these Water-type Pokémon. The first thing they do when they see something move is latch onto it with their powerful jaws. Totodile was one of the three Pokémon the Professor Elm offered to trainers in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal. They evolve into Croconaw.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 1983 N64 When Link played the New Wave Bossa Nova, what masqueraded as a lone island rose out of the waters of the Great Bay Coast and revealed itself to be a giant turtle. This mighty terrapin is ancient and wise beyond belief. It sensed Link's destiny and braved the stormy seas in order to transport him to the Great Bay Temple.
Vacuum Luigi
Luigi's Mansion 11/01 GameCube In a strange twist of fate, Luigi wins a huge mansion in a contest he didn't even enter, and the place turns out to be haunted! After meeting a weird professor named Elvin Gadd, Luigi enters the place armed with a flashlight and a ghost-sucking vacuum cleaner. Mario's trapped somewhere in there! Can Luigi save him?
Super Mario Bros. 2 10/88 NES These vegetables, which first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 2, can be plucked from the ground and hurled at enemies. Unlike regular veggies, they often sport eyes or even faces; in fact, when Princess Peach plucks them from the ground to use as projectiles, the expressions on their faces dictate how much damage they'll do.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Evolving from Ivysaur, this deceptively toxic Pokémon has a huge flower on its back that emits a cloying fragrance: the scent lulls its enemies into a state of calmness. Venusaur's flower synthesizes sunshine into pure energy for its Solarbeam move. Think of Grass- and Poison-type Pokémon and Venusaur comes first.
Dr. Mario 10/90 Game Boy These contagious viruses make life difficult for Dr. Mario. They infect everything they come into contact with, and the good doctor must attempt to neutralize them with his trusty megavitamins. Dr. Mario can stop these pesky germs by lining up the megavitamin capsules of the same color with the nasty microorganism.
Waddle Dee
Kirby's Dream Land 8/92 Game Boy Many delicate creatures like this one inhabit Dream Land. They generally live carefree lives and have never considered themselves to be followers of King Dedede. Waddle Dees are innocent and generally harmless to man and beast. While they have virtually no offensive or defensive power, they'll sometimes try to wield a parasol.
Mario Tennis 8/00 Nintendo 64 This tall, thin, evil-looking guy seems to be Luigi's rival. He works hard at his mischief: Waluigi reportedly spent a lot of time training for his debut in Mario Tennis by honing his ability to antagonize the Mario brothers. While it's general knowledge that he's the same age as Luigi, his relationship to Wario is unclear.
Warp Star
Kirby's Dream Land 8/92 Game Boy The Warp Star originated as Kirby's ride: it helped the ponderous puffball get around at high speed. Hop on the Warp Star in Super Smash Bros. Melee, and your character will rapidly launch up and off the screen. You'll return in a flash, causing an explosion as you hit the ground. Try holding a direction to alter your landing.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy The evolved form of Koffing. Weezing is basically a pair of Koffing fused together. They tend to float in the air and emit gas or noxious smoke from the outgrowths that cover their bodies. As strange as it may seem, diluting Weezing emissions as much as possible creates one of the most exquisite perfumes known to man.
Whispy Woods
Kirby's Dream Land 8/92 Game Boy A boss enemy from Kirby's Dream Land. Whispy Woods is a big tree that shoots whirlwinds at Kirby. It isn't the toughest enemy: all Kirby has to do is avoid the occasional whirlwind, suck in apples that fall down, and then shoot them back at the tree. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Whispy Woods is quite the blowhard.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy A patient Pokémon, Wobbuffet lives in darkness to hide its mismatched black tail. Even for a stoic Pokémon, this creature is a testament to self-control; it will not actively attack an opponent. Its Counter and Mirror Coat moves are solely used for reflecting attacks directly back at its antagonist.
Star Fox 64 6/97 Nintendo 64 The beloved ship of the mercenary team Star Wolf, which was hired to destroy Fox and his team. The ship's abilities rival an Arwing. As a matter of fact, the Wolfen II was an improvement over its predecessor and could nearly outperform team Star Fox's ships. Star Wolf's leader, Wolf O'Donnell, is Fox's most persistent rival.
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Zapdos flaps its wings, and summer storms appear, throwing lightning every which way. It's said that you can hear this legendary Pokémon coming, as its wings make a very distinctive popping sound as it flies. In addition to electrical moves like the dreaded Thunder, it also wields a vicious move called Drill Peck.
Pokémon Snap 7/99 Nintendo 64 Many wild Pokémon live on Pokémon Island, and avid cameraman Todd uses the ZERO-ONE as his means to get close to them. The ZERO-ONE is fully automated: its progress is monitored by a series of strategically located beacons. The vehicle can instantly change its shape to allow it to travel by land, water and air.

Character Trophies[edit | edit source]

These Trophies are given to you depending on the 1P Mode and character (Bowser in Adventure will give you Bowser (Smash 1)). A Trophy like Zelda's, however, gets you two at once.

Name First Game Date System Acquire
Attack Usage Acquire

Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Beat Classic Mode with Bowser
Bowser (Smash 1) (B button: Fire Breath) (Smash B button: Koopa Klaw) Beat Adventure Mode with Bowser
Bowser (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Whirling Fortress) (Down control + B button: Bowser Bomb) Beat All-Star Mode with Bowser
Capt. Falcon

F-Zero 8/91 SNES Beat Classic Mode with Capt. Falcon
Capt. Falcon (Smash 1) (B button: Falcon Punch) (Smash B button: Raptor Boost) Beat Adventure Mode with Capt. Falcon
Capt. Falcon (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Falcon Dive) (Down control + B button: Falcon Kick) Beat All-Star Mode with Capt. Falcon
Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong 1981 Arcade Beat Classic Mode with Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong (Smash 1) (B button: Giant Punch) (Smash B button: Headbutt) Beat Adventure Mode with Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Spinning Kong) (Down control + B button: Hand Slap) Beat All-Star Mode with Donkey Kong
Dr. Mario

Dr. Mario 10/90 NES Beat Classic Mode with Dr. Mario
Dr. Mario (Smash 1) (B button: Megavitamins) (Smash B button: Super Sheet) Beat Adventure Mode with Dr. Mario
Dr. Mario (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Super Jump Punch) (Down control + B button: Dr. Tornado) Beat All-Star Mode with Dr. Mario
Falco Lombardi

Star Fox 03/93 SNES Beat Classic Mode with Falco Lombardi
Falco Lombardi (Smash 1) (B button: Blaster) (Smash B button: Falco Phantasm) Beat Adventure Mode with Falco Lombardi
Falco Lombardi (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Fire Bird) (Down control + B button: Reflector) Beat All-Star Mode with Falco Lombardi
Fox McCloud

Star Fox 3/93 SNES Clear Classic Mode with Fox McCloud
Fox McCloud (Smash 1) (B button: Blaster) (Smash B button: Fox Illusion) Clear Adventure Mode with Fox McCloud
Fox McCloud (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Fire Fox) (Down control + B button: Reflector) Clear All-Star Mode with Fox McCloud

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 11/98 Nintendo 64 Clear Classic Mode with Ganondorf
Ganondorf (Smash 1) (B button: Warlock Punch) (Smash B button: Gerudo Dragon) Clear Adventure Mode with Ganondorf
Ganondorf (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Dark Dive) (Down control + B button: Wizard's Foot) Clear All-Star Mode with Ganondorf
Ice Climbers

Ice Climber 10/85 NES Clear Classic Mode with Ice Climbers
Ice Climbers (Smash 1) (B button: Ice Shot) (Smash B button: Squall Hammer) Clear Adventure Mode with Ice Climbers
Ice Climbers (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Belay) (Down control + B button: Blizzard) Clear All-Star Mode with Ice Climbers

Pokémon Red and Blue 09/98 Game Boy Clear Classic Mode with Jigglypuff
Jigglypuff (Smash 1) (B button: Rollout) (Smash B button: Pound) Clear Adventure Mode with Jigglypuff
Jiggly Puff (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Sing) (Down control + B button: Rest) Clear All-Star Mode with Jigglypuff

Kirby's Dream Land 8/92 Game Boy Clear Classic Mode with Kirby
Kirby (Smash 1) (B button: Swallow) (Smash B button: Hammer) Clear Adventure Mode with Kirby
Kirby (Smash 2) |(Up control + B button: Final Cutter) (Down control + B button: Stone) Clear All-Star Mode with Kirby

The Legend of Zelda 7/87 NES Clear Classic Mode with Link
Link (Smash 1) (B button: Bow) (Smash B: Boomerang) Clear Adventure Mode with Link
Link (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Spin Attack) (Down control + B button: Bomb) Clear All-Star Mode with Link

Mario Bros. 1983 Arcade Clear Classic Mode with Luigi
Luigi (Smash 1) (B button: Fireball) (Smash B button: Green Missile) Clear Adventure Mode with Luigi
Luigi (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Super Jump Punch) (Down control + B button: Luigi Tornado) Clear All-Star Mode with Luigi

Donkey Kong 1981 Arcade Clear Classic Mode with Mario
Mario (Smash 1) (B button: Fireball) (Smash B button: Cape) Clear Adventure Mode with Mario
Mario (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Super Jump Punch) (Down control + B button: Mario Tornado) Clear All-Star Mode with Mario

Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Ken 1990 NES Clear Classic Mode with Marth
Marth (Smash 1) (B button: Shield Breaker) (Smash B button: Dancing Blade) Clear Adventure Mode with Marth
Marth (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Dolphin Slash) (Down control + B button: Counter) Clear All-Star Mode with Marth

Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Clear Classic Mode with Mewtwo
Mewtwo (Smash 1) (B button: Shadow Ball) (Smash B button: Confusion) Clear Adventure Mode with Mewtwo
Mewtwo (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Teleport) (Down control + B button: Disable) Clear All-Star Mode with Mewtwo
Mr. Game & Watch

N/A 1980 Game & Watch Clear Classic Mode with Mr. Game & Watch
Mr. Game & Watch (Smash 1) (B button: Chef) (Smash B button: Judgment) Clear Adventure Mode with Mr. Game & Watch
Mr. Game & Watch (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Fire) (Down control + B button: Oil Panic) Clear All_Star Mode with Mr. Game & Watch

EarthBound 6/95 SNES Clear Classic Mode with Ness
Ness (Smash 1) (B button: PK Flash) (Smash B button: PK Fire) Clear Adventure Mode with Ness
Ness (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: PK Thunder) (Down control + B button: PSI Magnet) Clear All-Star Mode with Ness

Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Clear Classic Mode with Peach
Peach (Smash 1) (B button: Toad) (Smash B button: Peach Bomber) Clear Adventure Mode with Peach
Peach (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Peach Parasol) (Down control + B button: Vegetable) Clear All-Star Mode with Peach

Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Clear Classic Mode with Pichu
Pichu (Smash 1) (B button: Thunder Jolt) (Smash B button: Skull Bash) Clear Adventure Mode with Pichu
Pichu (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Agility) (Down control + B button: Thunder) Clear All-Star Mode with Pichu

Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Clear Classic Mode with Pikachu
Pikachu (Smash 1) (B button: Thunder Jolt) (Smash B button: Skull Bash) Clear Adventure Mode with Pikachu
Pikachu (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Quick Attack) (Down control + B button: Thunder) Clear All-Star Mode with Pikachu

Fire Emblem: Fūin no Tsurugi 2002 Game Boy Advance Clear Classic Mode with Roy
Roy (Smash 1) (B button: Flare Blade) (Smash B button: Double-Edge Blade) Clear Adventure Mode with Roy
Roy (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Blazer) (Down control + B button: Counter) Clear All-Star Mode with Roy
Samus Aran

Metroid 8/89 NES Clear Classic Mode with Samus Aran
Samus Aran (Smash 1) (B button: Charge Shot) (Smash B button: Missile) Clear Adventure Mode with Samus Aran
Samus Aran (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Screw Attack) (Down control + B button: Bomb) Clear All-Star Mode with Samus Aran

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 11/98 Nintendo 64 Clear Classic Mode with Zelda/Sheik
Sheik (Smash 1) (B button: Needle Storm) (Smash B button: Chain) Clear Adventure Mode with Zelda/Sheik
Sheik (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Vanish) (Down control + B button: Transform) Clear All-Star Mode with Zelda/Sheik

Super Mario World 8/91 SNES Clear Classic Mode with Yoshi
Yoshi (Smash 1) (B button: Egg Lay) (Smash B button: Egg Roll) Clear Adventure Mode with Yoshi
Yoshi (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Egg Throw) (Down control + B button: Yoshi Bomb) Clear All-Star Mode with Yoshi
Young Link

The Legend of Zelda 7/87 NES Clear Classic Mode with Young Link
Young Link (Smash 1) (B button: Fire Bow) (Smash B button: Boomerang) Clear Adventure Mode with Young Link
Young Link (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Spin Attack) (Down control + B button: Bomb) Clear All-Star Mode with Young Link

The Legend of Zelda 7/87 NES Clear Classic Mode with Zelda/Sheik
Zelda (Smash 1) (B button: Nayru's Love) (Smash B button: Din's Fire) Clear Adventure Mode with Zelda/Sheik
Zelda (Smash 2) (Up control + B button: Farore's Wind) (Down control + B button: Transform) Clear All-Star Mode with Zelda/Sheik

Classic Trophies[edit | edit source]

There are specific Trophies for each mode of play in 1P Mode. This mode has less than others, with only two Trophies to speak of.

Name First Game Date System Acquire Description
Donkey Kong Junior
Donkey Kong Jr. 1982 Arcade Complete Classic Mode with all characters Donkey Kong Jr. came to the rescue when Mario imprisoned his father. DK Jr.'s challenge was to collect the keys to Donkey Kong's cage, all the while dropping fruit on the enemies from high above. He was able to climb faster by using two ivy vines at once. This ape is also quite skilled as kart racing, tennis, and mathematics.
Master Hand
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Clear Classic Mode on Hard or Very Hard without Continues The Master Hand awaits anyone who survives the long and difficult road to the Final Destination. This symbolic link between the real world and the imaginary battlefields of Super Smash Bros. Melee is quite a handful in battle, and just because it wears a white glove doesn't mean it fights clean. Get ready to be flicked, swatted, punched, and poked like crazy!

Adventure Trophies[edit | edit source]

This mode, while not as limited Trophy-wise as Classic, has only four of them, tied with All-Star. Trophies can be found littered around their various Modes of play.

Name First Game Date System Acquire Description
Crazy Hand
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Clear Adventure on Hard or Very Hard without Continues
F-Zero Racers
F-Zero X 10/98 Nintendo 64 Clear Adventure Mode with every character
Giga Bowser
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Defeat Giga Bowser on Normal or higher without Continuing
Samus's Starship
Metroid II: Return of Samus 11/91 Game Boy Clear Brinstar Escape Sequence

All-Star Trophies[edit | edit source]

All-Star Mode is an Arena, where you fight battle after battle, with only three Heart Containers to live off of. Every three matches, a Lottery Trophy will appear behind you. All-Star, as with Adventure, is limited when it comes to unique Trophies.

Name First Game Date System Acquire Description
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Clear All-Star Mode
Pokémon Red and Blue 09/98 Game Boy Clear All-Star Mode with all Characters
Pokémon Red and Blue 9/98 Game Boy Clear All-Star Mode on Hard or Very Hard
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins 11/92 Game Boy Clear All-Star Mode without continuing

Multiplayer Trophies[edit | edit source]

Many of Multiplayer's Trophies are acquired through number of Vs. Matches played, as are many characters and stages, with exceptions, such as Tom Nook.

Name First Game Date System Acquire Description
Falcon Flyer
F-Zero 8/91 SNES Unlock Big Blue
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Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Play 1000 Vs. Matches
Heart Container
The Legend of Zelda 7/87 NES Play 100 Vs. Matches
Metroid 8/89 NES Unlock Brinstar Depths
Maxim Tomato
Kirby's Dream Land 8/92 Game Boy Play 10 Vs. Matches
Smash Coins
Super Smash Bros. Melee 10/88 NES Play 100 Coin Matches
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Unlock Poké Floats
Tom Nook
Animal Crossing 9/02 GameCube Get over 1000 Coins (not at once)
EarthBound 6/95 SNES Unlock Fourside

Stadium Trophies[edit | edit source]

There are many Trophies to be won in the three modes - Multi-Man Melee, Target Test, and Home-Run Contest - accomplishing difficult tasks to acquire these.

Name First Game Date System Acquire Description
Female Wire Frame
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Defeat 100 Wire Frames in Endless Melee
Fighting Wire Frames
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Complete 15 Minute Melee
Lon Lon Milk
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 11/98 Nintendo 64 Get a total time of less than 25 in Break the Targets
Male Wire Frame
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Beat 100 Man Melee in under 04:00
Mr. Resetti
Animal Crossing 9/02 GameCube Score 5 KO's in Cruel Melee
Paper Mario
Paper Mario 2/01 Nintendo 64 Hit Sandbag 1476 ft. in Home Run Contest
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Hit Sandbag 984 ft. in Home Run Contest
Get a total combined time of under 12 and a half minutes in Break the Targets
Super Smash Bros. 4/99 Nintendo 64 Clear Target Test with every character
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Get a combined total distance of 16,404 ft. in Home Run Contest

Event Match Trophies[edit | edit source]

The only Trophies to be mentioned in this category are few, with all of them acquired through the means of beating a level.

Name First Game Date System Acquire Description
Motion-Sensor Bomb
Top Secret 7/88 NES Clear Event 3
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color Clear Event 26
Final Destination
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Clear Event 51
Game & Watch
N/A 1980 Game & Watch Clear Event 45
Super Mario Bros. 10/85 NES Clear Event 14
Majora's Mask
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 10/00 Nintendo 64 Clear Event 47

Other Trophies[edit | edit source]

Other Trophies has many applications, with Training Mode, Pikmin's Save File, Character/Stage Unlocking, and others.

Name First Game Date System Acquire Description
Bunny Hood
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 11/98 Nintendo 64 Get a combined Combo of 125 in Training Mode. Don the Bunny Hood to improve your agility drastically, allowing you to jump great distances and move at high speed. The ears are a cute accessory: they're even adorable on characters they don't quite suit. The Bunny Hood was key in Majora's Mask, where it made Link move at one-and-a-half times his normal speed.
Captain Olimar
Pikmin 12/01 GameCube Have a Pikmin Save File on your Memory Card. The main character of the game Pikmin, Captain Olimar crash-lands on a mysterious planet after his spaceship malfunctions. In order to get off the planet, he must gather the pieces of his broken ship, but the atmosphere of the planet is poisonous to Olimar. As a result, he has to enlist the help of the native Pikmin.
Pokémon Gold and Silver 10/00 Game Boy Color See Celebi from a Poké Ball. Celebi has the power to travel through time, and thus wanders from one age to the next. It is considered a deity by the forests: plants and trees are said to grow in unimaginable abundance wherever Celebi visits. Like Mew, Celebi is a Pokémon shrouded in mystery. Its special techniques blend grass and psychic powers.
N/A 1986 Famicom Disk System Get all 249 Bonuses in the Japan mode. This little guy is the adorable mascot for a Nintendo Entertainment System peripheral device released in 1985. Using the disk system, you could rewrite games for 500 yen, an epochal and economical feature. Funnily enough, the instruction booklet was sold separately for 100 yen. The disk system's first game was The Legend of Zelda
Kirby Hat 4
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Unlock Mr. Game & Watch. Looks like Kirby's copied a bunch of hidden characters! In Luigi's hat, he can shoot green Fireballs, while copying Mewtwo gives him the power to throw Shadow Balls. Copying Mr. Game & Watch lets Kirby hurl sausages, and doing the same to Jigglypuff earns him a Rollout move. Marth's hair comes complete with a powerful Shield Breaker move.
Kirby Hat 5
Super Smash Bros. Melee 12/01 GameCube Unlock Roy, Pichu, Falco, Dr. Mario and Young Link. Secret hats galore! In Pichu's hat Kirby can shoot out electricity, while Dr. Mario's headgear gives him Megavitamins. When Kirby wears Falco's beak, he gets to use Falco's powerful Blaster; by the same token, he can fire arrows when in Young Link's cap. When Kirby copies Ganondorf he gets the Warlock Punch, and copying Roy produces a Flare Blade.
Landmaster Tank
Star Fox 64 6/97 Nintendo 64 Get over 1000 total KO's. Team Star Fox's high-powered, anti-aircraft hover tank. Its caterpillar-like treads allow it to perform quick lateral rolls. It can even fly for short periods of time. Its main cannons closely resemble the weapons technology on an Arwing, so the same rules apply: if you charge them up, you can shoot guided missiles.
Lip's Stick
Panel de Pon 10/95 SNES Get a combo of 21 with one character. This magical stick was used by the character Lip in the Japanese game Panel De Pon, which was later released as Tetris Attack in the United States. Lip's Stick causes a flower to sprout from an enemy's head, inflicting damage as it grows. Quickly tap the Control Stick back and forth to get a flower off of your head.
Mach Rider
Mach Rider 10/85 NES Get the Speed Demon Bonus. After the destruction of his home town, Mach Rider jumped onto his machine-gun-equipped combat motorcycle and set off in search of a new home, destroying all the Quadrunners who got in his way. His motorcycle had four gears and endless ammunition. When hit, Mach Rider would break into fragments and then rejoin together.
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening 8/93 Game Boy Get all secret characters and levels. Marin is a young girl who cares for Link after a shipwreck washes him up on the shores of Koholint Island. She's a talented harpist, well liked for her kind and gentle nature. She holds fast to the ideals of truth and honor; if Link happens to steal something during his adventure, she greets him with a shout of "THIEF!"
Mario and Yoshi
Super Mario World 8/91 SNES Receive from a special Nintendo event (Japan Only). Yoshi was first introduced in Super Mario World, and the sight of Mario riding the helpful character soon became an enduring image. Despite his Cape, Mario can't fly while astride Yoshi. The pair can make huge jumps and drift slowly back to earth, though. As a last resort, Mario could leap off Yoshi's back to safety.
Metal Box
Super Mario 64 9/96 Nintendo 64 Get a combo of 11 with one character. First spotted in Super Mario 64, the Metal Box holds the power to turn your character briefly into heavy metal. Your mass is exponentially greater while metallic, making it difficult for others to throw you. Be careful though: not only will you move a bit slower, but you'll also fall much more quickly than you ordinarily would.
Samus Unmasked
Metroid 8/89 NES Receive from a special Nintendo event (Japan Only). It's said that the orphaned Samus Aran was raised by the few survivors of the Chozo race. They armed her with a Power Suit and taught her the ways of advanced combat; even burdened with her heavy suit, Samus is as graceful as a butterfly. In the Metroid series, it was standard that Samus would remove her helmet and armor if you cleared the game fast enough.

Trophy Messages[edit | edit source]

Here is a list of messages related to Trophies. The last three are not available in the American version outside of the means of the GameShark.

  • You have over 50 trophies!
  • You have over 100 trophies!
  • You have over 150 trophies!
  • You have over 200 trophies!
  • You've collected more than 250 trophies!
  • You have all the trophies!!
  • You have all trophies, including gift trophies!
  • You got the Samus Unmasked trophy! Lucky you!
  • You got the Mario and Yoshi trophy! They're pals again!

Trophy Rewards[edit | edit source]

Trophies sometimes wield great rewards once they are found. Below are what each of them unlock:

  • Birdo - When you get Birdo from the Lottery or the Grab the Trophies game, upon leaving the Lottery area or Classic Mode, a message will announce you've unlocked Subcon.
  • Marin - Upon unlocking Marin's trophy, you will get the Sound Test menu. Once you reset the game or go to the Start Game part of the game and return it will be available.