Super Smash Bros. Brawl

From Lylat Wiki, your source on Star Fox information. By Fans, for Fans.
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is written to focus on the Star Fox-aspects of the game
For more general info, please checkout This article on SmashWiki


Game: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
SSBB Wii.jpg
Details
Name Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Consoles Wii
Release Date January 31, 2008 (JPN)
March 9, 2008 (USA)
June 26, 2008 (AUS)
June 27, 2008 (EU)
Developers
Publisher
Game Chronology (by original Release Date)
<-- Star Fox Command Star Fox 64 3D -->
Game not in Main Series Continuity.
On Other Wikis
StrategyWikilogo.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
SMW Banner.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
ZW Banner.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
WK Banner.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
WW Banner.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
EB Banner.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FZW Banner.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FeW Banner.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
StarfyWiki Banner.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
DKWikiBanner.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
BannerIcaruspedia.png
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
 This box: view  talk  edit 


Super Smash Bros. Brawl is the third game in the Super Smash Bros. series. It features three playable characters from the Star Fox series, those being Fox, Falco, and Wolf. The former two also have a role in the Subspace Emissary, which serves as the game's story mode, where they are both paired with Diddy Kong.

Star Fox series Fighters

Star-fox-characters-playable-in-super-smash-bros-brawl.jpg

The game's Star Fox characters have a good variety of special moves; two recoveries, a projectile and a shield:

Fox

Main Article:Fox McCloud#Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FoxBrawl.png

Fox is easily the fastest of the three, but is also the lightest. His falling speed is also one of the game's fastest. He is a starting character, so he doesn't need to be unlocked. He is considered a solid character with both good capabilities of racking up damage and KOing opponents.

Blaster
Fox's neutral B move is the Blaster. It's a projectile weapon, which fires extremely fast but does not make foes flinch. It is also the weakest of the Star Fox characters' Blasters, one shot doing 3% damage. Can be used to steal KOs.
Fox Illusion
Fox's side B is the Fox Illusion. This move sends him dashing horizontally at extreme speed, dealing just 4% damage to any foes it comes in contact with. This is mostly used as a horizontal recovery, and like with most recovery moves, Fox goes into helpless mode if he ends up in mid-air after using the move. This means he cannot attack or jump until he comes in contact with the stage or is hit.
Fire Fox
Fox's up B, the Fire Fox, is his primary recovery move, but is mostly used for vertical recovery. He first bursts in flames for a second and then darts in the direction of the control stick. Although its range is not all that good, it's the best among the Star Fox fighters. It is actually Fox's slowest move, and because of the huge start-up lag the move is easy to dodge. On the bright side, it can deal some good damage; if the foe is hit by both the start up and the actual move, it can deal up to 28% damage, although it can also deal as little as 7% damage.
Reflector
Fox's down B move is the Reflector. When using this move, Fox protects himself with a cyan hexagonal shield, which is mainly used to send back your opponent's projectiles. The reflected projectiles get a multiplier of 1.5 to their power and knockback. The Reflector also deals direct damage, though only little. On the ground the damage is 5%, and in the air it's 4%. Using the Reflector repeatedly also causes Fox to fall a lot slower. This can be used to make it harder for opponents to predict your recovery.
Final Smash
Like all three of the Star Fox characters', Fox uses the Landmaster as his Final Smash. Fox's variation of the move is the most balanced of the three. It is slightly hard to control, and has average strength and speed. Pressing the A button fires the cannon, each blast dealing 17% damage. Pressing down causes the tank to do a barrel roll, dealing 11% damage to all opponents on the tank and in the near vicinity. The Landmaster can float high enough to send opponents on top to a Star KO, although it should be noted that Fox's Landmaster has the lowest air speed of the three. It is also possible to commit suicide by flying too high. Performing a spin by pushing the control stick to opposite direction will cause 17% damage to opponents. Ramming to opponents also causes damage, and depending on the tank's speed, it does around 15% damage. The Landmaster lasts 18 seconds, making it possible to score multiple kills on one opponent.

Falco

Main Article:Falco#Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FalcoBrawl.png

Falco is one of the two unlockable Star Fox characters. Falco is less damaging than both other characters. His moves are quite similar to those of Fox's. He also has a nice balance of moves and is very in the tier list.

Blaster
Falco's neutral B is a projectile and is considered one of the best in the game. It fires a lot slower than Fox's but the shots travel further and is also capable of flinching opponents. It deals 3% damage.
Falco Phantasm
Falco's side B move has the longest range of the other 3 characters. It also does an average amount of damage. This move will inflict 2-9 points of damage. Over 5 damage is exceedingly rare. As with Fox's Fox Illusion, Falco cannot move or attack after using it.
Reflector
Falco's down B move has a unique aspect: it is also a projectile. After initiating the move, Falco will kick it in front of him, inflicting minimal damage. This does around 4-8 percent. As always, it will still deflect other projectiles.
Fire Bird
Falco's up B is his recovery and it has the longest range of the three. It also has a higher chance of hitting opponents, doing about 7-18 damage. Other than the fact of the better range, Fire Bird is a regular recovery.
Final Smash
Falco's Landmaster looks extremely similar to Fox's. This version does less damage, but moves faster and is easier to control. One of its blasts inflict 18-27 damge. It also has a longer flying distance. This Final Smash also has a limited time.

Wolf

Main Article:Wolf#Super Smash Bros. Brawl
WolfBrawl.png

Wolf is the second of the 2 unlockable characters, his moves are mostly the same, with a few differences. When selected, he will speak out of the remote, saying "Playtimes over.'

Blaster
Wolf fires a blaster shaped like a sword, doing 5 damage per shot, but if you are hit with the blade while shooting, it is another 4 damage.
Reflector
Wolf's Down-B move is also the reflector, which, while reflecting, will electrocute any players standing directly next to him.
Fire Wolf
Wolf's Up-B causes him to to a kick into the sky, doing around 15% damage.
Wolf Flash
Unlike the other Phantasms, Wolfs Phantasm will go diagonally 100% of the time, doing a very small 3% damage.
Final Smash
Wolf's Final Smash, while the strongest of the three, is also very short lasting, lasting less than 25 seconds,

The Subspace Emissary

Brawl's adventure mode, the Subspace Emissary, has a arc involving two of the Star Fox combatants, Fox and Falco. Wolf is not in the storyline of the Subspace Emissary, but can be unlocked after this mode is completed. It begins when an Arwing is seen engaging in combat with the Halberd, and while the pilot is skilled at missing most of them, is soon shot out of the sky by the Halberd's cannons. Later, the pilot is revealed to be none other than Fox McCloud himself, and after disturbing the Pokémon Rayquaza with his Arwing, he, with the help of Diddy Kong, both defeat Rayquaza and go traversing together. After a while, they go up against a clone of Bowser, who, after his demise, the real Bowser tries to stop them with the Dark Cannon, but both Fox and Diddy Kong escape in time.

After trekking east in the jungle, they finally reach the end of it, and while all seems good, the real Bowser comes up from behind and fires the Dark Cannon at Diddy Kong in the back, and is turned into a trophy. Shadow bugs, a type of bug that manifests the characters and creates clones of them, take control of the now trophy Diddy Kong. While all hope is lost for Fox, Falco Lombardi flies in with his Arwing and destroys Bowser's Dark Cannon, which upsets Bowser and he departs in his Koopa Clown Car. While Fox revives Diddy, the clone of Diddy Kong is created and is 3x the height of the original Diddy. They team up to defeat it, and after the fight, they still continue to find the trophy of the original Donkey Kong, which is why Diddy Kong had kept going. With the Great Fox with them, they all board it to go and save Donkey Kong, and, like many of the other fighters, they are resorted to minor characters.

Trophies

There are a total of 23 trophies from the Star Fox series that can be obtained:


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FoxTrophyBrawl.jpg
The leader of the commando unit for hire known as Star Fox. He uses both the team's mother ship, the Great Fox, and his personal Arwing fighter to challenge the evil scientist Andross. He made his name as an ace pilot but has lately shown himself also to be an adventurer with a knack for hand-to-hand combat.

SNES Star Fox

DS Star Fox Command

Finish Classic Mode as Fox


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FoxTrophySmash.jpg
Fox's Final Smash. Climb aboard the Landmaster tank, the ultrahigh- performance, antiair, rolling combat vehicle of Team Star Fox. Just like in the Star Fox series, the cannon can be used to blast foes, and the tank can roll over enemies. The jets beneath the main body can be used to hover. Between its firepower and mobility, this tank knows no equal.

WII Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Finish All-Star Mode as Fox


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FoxTrophyAssault.jpg
The leader of the one and only Star Fox team. Fox McCloud has superb battle skills and is an expert pilot of both the Arwing and Landmaster. In on-foot battles, Fox starts with a blaster and continues on with four other types of weapons as he fights through the Aparoids. Fox also demonstrates his skills in air combat using the plasma cannons on the Arwing.

GCN Star Fox: Assault

Random drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FalcoTrophyBrawl.jpg

A Star Fox pilot whose real name is Falco Lombardi. He once roamed the starways as the head of a galactic gang, and his piloting skills are superb. He affects an air of cool disdain and is sometimes uncooperative, but in reality his passion for Star Fox is second to none. He once left the team to fly solo for a time.

SNES Star Fox

DS Star Fox Command

Finish Classic Mode as Falco


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FalcoTrophySmash.jpg

Falco's Final Smash. He jumps aboard the Landmaster high-spec, antiaircraft tank. With the tank's powerful cannon blasts and rolling ability, it's possible to take out all enemies at once. The Landmaster is based on actual production vehicles, but Team Star Fox's Landmaster was customized by the team's mechanic, Slippy Toad.

WII Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Finish All-Star Mode as Falco


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FalcoTrophyAssault.jpg

A somewhat arrogant and smart-mouthed member of Team Star Fox. He often seems perturbed, especially when antagonized by Panther, and claims to dislike the cold. Although separated from the team, he joins back up for the battle on Sauria and pretends that the reason behind his loyalty to the team is purely monetary.

GCN Star Fox: Assault

Random drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
FalcoTrophyCommand.jpg

Tired of the daily grind and monotony of work after the events of Star Fox: Assault, Falco seeks more stimulating adventures with his buddies from his days as a space delinquent. He meets up again with Fox, who is battling a new enemy, the Anglar, on the planet Venom. Falco again vows to fight alongside Fox as a member of the Star Fox team.

NDS Star Fox Command

Random drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
WolfTrophyBrawl.jpg

A pilot whose real name is Wolf O'Donnell. He leads a group of mercenaries called Star Wolf. He's crossed paths with Fox many times, and each acknowledges the other as a competent rival. Wolf's constant interference with Fox is a result of Wolf's history with Fox's dad, James. Wolf's long history of criminal enterprise has resulted in a large bounty on his head.

N64 Star Fox 64

GCN Star Fox: Assault

Complete Classic Mode as Wolf.


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
WolfTrophySmash.jpg

Wolf's Final Smash. Wolf analyzed Fox's Landmaster and built his own improved version, which he now calls out and boards. He's increased the output of the onboard generators and upped the vehicle's firepower. However, this has substantially decreased the time the Landmaster can appear on the screen. It sports the same colors as Wolf's Wolfen.

Wii Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Complete All-Star Mode as Wolf.


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
KrystalBrawlTrophy.jpg

A member of the Star Fox team welcomed in Star Fox Adventures after the team met her on planet Sauria when responding to a distress signal. Krystal is capable of telepathy and is a valuable member in combat. After becoming romantically involved with Fox, their relationship gets very rocky in Star Fox Command.

GCN Star Fox Adventures

NDS Star Fox Command

Random drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
PeppyTrophyBrawl.jpg
A member of the original Star Fox team. Peppy Hare was an esteemed pilot, now retired and currently commanding the Star Fox team from the mother ship, the Great Fox. Although he's known for a propensity for nagging, the praise and trust his team gives him hasn't changed throughout the years.

SNES Star Fox

N64 Star Fox 64

Random drop.


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
SlippyTrophyBrawl.png
A top-notch mechanic with less-than-stellar battle skills. Respected for his talen, he joins the Star Fox team and his mechanical genius in everything from vehicle maintenance to weapons development. Slippy often holds the team back with his clumsiness but makes up for it with his likeable makes up for it with his likeable personality and morale-boosting presence.

SNES Star Fox

NGC Star Fox Assault

Random drop.


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
PepperTrophyBrawl.jpg
Commander in chief of the Cornerian Defense Forces. General Pepper also served as superior officer to Fox's father when they were in the army together. With his great command record and warm personality, Pepper is well liked and respected by his men. Over the years, he has built a close, trusting relationship with Fox and company.

N64 Star Fox 64

GCN Star Fox: Assault

Random drop.


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Tricky Trophy Brawl.png
The prince of the EarthWalkers, the ruling tribe on the dinosaur planet of Sauria. He helps the Star Fox team take on the tyrannical Genereal Scales in a battle for control over Sauria. In Star Fox: Assault, Krystal catches a distress signal from Sauria after coming under attack from the Aparoids, and the Star Fox team ventures out to help Tricky and his planet.

NGC Star Fox Adventures

NGC Star Fox Assault

Random drop.


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Rob 64 Trophy Brawl.png
A bipedal robot and operator of Star Fox's mother ship, the Great Fox. In Star Fox: Assault, he is in charge of observation and analysis duties and assists the Star Fox team commander, Peppy. ROB 64 is also responsible for the vital job of sending vehicles and items to Star Fox team members in the field.

N64 Star Fox 64

NDS Star Fox Command

Random drop.


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
PantherTrophyBrawl.jpg
The newest member of the Star Wolf team, rivals of Team Star Fox. A show-off who often embarrasses his teammates, he considers himself quite the ladies' cat and can hardly contain himself from making passes at attractive females, including Krystal, who he's clearly smitten with. Panther's trademark is a red rose. All things said, he's still a highly skilled pilot.

GCN Star Fox: Assault

NDS Star Fox Command

Random drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Leon Trophy Brawl.png
A member of the Star Wolf Team and a cold-blooded assassin. Without an inkling of goodwill or moral standing, Leon carried out duties as required by the job, remaining indifferent and robotic throughout. On top of his lethal skills, he maintains a solid reputation as a skilled pilot. Leon has been a teammate of Wolf's ever since belonging to the Venom army.

N64 Star Fox 64

NDS Star Fox Command

Random drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Arwing Trophy Brawl.png
A fighter ship that comprises the main combat unit of Team Star Fox. Boasting antigravity systems known as G-Diffusers, Arwings can perform barrel rolls, quick bursts of speed, and loops. They're also equipped with variable wings that can be switched in and out of combat mode. Their main armaments are their laser cannons, and their secondary weapons are smart bombs.

SNES Star Fox

N64 Star Fox 64

Random Drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Great Fox Trophy Brawl.png
The mother ship of Team Star Fox. Its oversized plasma engines let it warp during interplanetary voyages. It carries the team's Arwings and Landmaster in its cargo hold, kept unlocked in case of emergency, and is equipped for emergency Arwing landings. Its two laser canons can be used to blast asteroids. It's piloted by the robot ROB 64, who also issues directions to the teams.

N64 Star Fox 64

Random Drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Great Fox Assault Trophy Brawl.png
The Great Fox as it appears in Star Fox: Assault, looking more streamlined than in previous appearances. It takes a horrible amount of damage at the hands of the parasitic Aparoid army, and in a last, desperate attack. Peppy crashes it into the Aparoid home world. In the nick of time, Peppy and ROB 64 are whisked to safety.

GCN Star Fox Assault

Random Drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Smart Bomb Trophy Melee.png
A bomb that explodes and causes damage to all characters within its range when thrown or attacked. The explosion from this device is so large, the deployer may be caught in the blast if he or she is not careful. In Star Fox, this item will explode after a set time or can be set off immediately with a button press.

SNES Star Fox

N64 Star Fox 64

Random Drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Wolfen Trophy Brawl.png
A class of star fighter piloted by Team Star Fox's rivals, Team Star Wolf. Wolfens boast more gravity- suppressing plates than Arwings, making their performance equal or perhaps even superior. When Team Star Wolf reappeared, they were piloting Wolfen II ships--improved versions with two laser cannons rather than one and the capability to reflect attacks by rolling.

N64 Star Fox 64

GCN Star Fox: Assault

Random Drop


Trophy Information
Game Description Obtain
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
AndrossTrophyBrawl.jpg
A brilliant scientist formerly employed by the Cornerian Army. He took his research too far, and the disastrous results labeled him a Level 1 offender, resulting in his banishment to the nearby planet Venom. After building a base and declaring himself emperor, he swore he would rule the Lylat system. Thanks to Team Star Fox's heroism, the madman has yet to achieve this.

SNES Star Fox

N64 Star Fox 64

Random drop.


Other Fighters

Game Art



Music

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 IGN.com. "Super Smash Bros. Songs". Accessed 2011. http://supersmashbros.ign.com/wiki/Listing_of_Songs_in_SSBB.


This article is a game stub. You can help Lylat Wiki by expanding it.

{{#css:

div.navbar
{
  text-align:center;
}
table.navbox th.navbox-title
{
  text-align:center;
}

}}


External Links