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Slippy Toad

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Home Planet Corneria
Role Team Star Fox Mechanic
Premiere game Star Fox
Affiliations Star Fox
Family Amanda (wife)
Beltino Toad (father)
Grippy Toad (uncle)
On Other Wikis

Slippy Toad is the mechanic for the Star Fox team. He, along with his father, helped develop the Arwing, Blue Marine, and Landmaster.


Slippy has appearance of a bullfrog, even though his last name suggests he is a toad. His eyes are blue, and he is rather short and pudgy. He usually wears a maintenance suit, and wears a small mechanic's hat. Briefly, he has also been seen with a necklace in Star Fox, Star Fox 2, The Nintendo Power Comic, and briefly in Star Fox Command. In one of the endings of Star Fox Command, he appears to have grown a gray beard.


"Slippy's not much of a fighter, but he's an excellent mechanical engineer."
Star Fox: Assault instruction booklet, page 36

Spoiler warning: The following contains key plot or ending details.

Lylat Wars

Slippy participated in the Lylat Wars. He fought at the battle of Corneria, where he got tailed by a few fighters, but was rescued by Fox. He then helped out in many of the other battles, such as the battle of Aquas, where he provided Fox with the Blue Marine. During in Sector X, he tried to take on Spyborg by himself, but was shot down, and crashed on Titania, where the Goras captured him. Fox rescued him and destroyed the Goras, and Slippy then rejoined the mission. He fought against Star Wolf at Venom, where he defeated his rival Andrew Oikonny. After Fox killed Andross, Slippy returned to Corneria, where he and the team were congratulated and offered a commission by General Pepper.

Titania Incident

During the Titania Incident, Slippy was once again captured by the Goras. He escaped, and tried to halt Andross's revival, but accidentally ended up accelerating it. Fox eventually killed the Andross clone, and stopped Andross from coming to power.

Saurian Crisis

By that time, the Star Fox Team had been losing money, and even with Slippy's technical expertise, the Great Fox and ROB had fallen into disrepair. Eventually though, General Pepper gave the team another mission; to save Sauria. Slippy helped Fox with the mission, providing him with information, and also giving him the Sharpclaw Device. Eventually, Andross was revived once again, but Fox was able to kill him for good, and Falco also returned to the team. Krystal joined the team as well.

The Oikonny Rebellion

Slippy participated in a small conflict over Fortuna, against the Venomian Remnant, fighting with Cornerian forces. Eventually, Andrew Oikonny was defeated, and the Venomian Remnant retreated.

The Aparoid Invasion

At the Battle of Sargasso, he helped occupy the space station, and later helped track down Pigma, and retake the Core Memory. Slippy then helped at the Battle of Corneria, but was distraught at General Pepper's condition. He then assisted at the Beltino Orbital Gate, and in the invasion of the Aparoid Homeworld. The team was about to invade, but the Aparoids set up a last resort shield. Slippy then fought against the Queen, but warned Fox that if she escaped, she would be able to counter the self-destruct program she had been infected with. They eventually killed the Aparoid Queen, also destroying any Aparoids she had controlled.

The Anglar Blitz

Slippy eventually left the team and met Amanda. Slippy then helped fight against the Anglar, where he either rejoined the team and helped kill the Anglar Emperor, or settled down with Amanda and started a family.

Game Appearances

Voice Actors

  • Lyssa Browne in Star Fox 64.
  • Chris Seavor in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Star Fox Adventures.
  • Mike McAuliffe in Star Fox: Assault and Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

In the Super Smash Bros. series

Slippy appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and Super Smash Bros. 4 in scenes where Fox, Falco, and Wolf activated their communicators. He also appeared as trophies in those respective games and had stickers in Brawl based on his appearances in Star Fox 64 and Star Fox: Assault.

Melee Trophy Description

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Super Smash Bros. Melee

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Main article: Gallery:Slippy Toad


  • According to the official Star Fox 64 website, Slippy was 18 years old at that time[1]. Considering the fact that Star Fox Command takes place eleven years later, making him 29 years old in the game.
  • Slippy was created after a staff member at EAD who used a toad as a personal mascot[2].


Star Fox 64

  • "Ah, Help me!"
  • "Your carcass is mine!"

Super Smash Bros. series

  • "Copy, Snake! This is Slippy!" (Super Smash Bros. Brawl)

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スリッピー・トード
Surippī Tōdo
Slippy Toad
Russian Слиппи


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Star Fox: Fox McCloud Falco Lombardi Peppy Hare Slippy Toad Krystal ROB 64 General Pepper
Star Wolf: Wolf O'Donnell Leon Powalski Pigma Dengar Andrew Oikonny Panther Caroso Andross
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James McCloud Bill Grey Katt Monroe Tricky Dash Bowman Amanda Lucy Hare