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Super Smash Bros Items Guide – Everything You Need to Know!
Items are rare drops appearing on the fighting arena and give bonuses like HP boosts, summoning allies and more. Depending upon the items, their effects can be triggered automatically or manually.
Super Smash Bros Items
You can start the Training Arena and test out the effects of all items available in the game.
Accidentally caught items can also be thrown to discard them. Keep a close eye on the battlefield and try to catch an enemy’s discarded item for your own use.
All in-game items are divided across thirteen categories. You can read about all these in the section below:
Final Smash Items
This category contains Smash Ball item. Any character can destruct this item to perform a special Final Smash attack.
Destroy this floating orb, and then press the Special Move button to unleash your Final Smash. This item was first appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
These items allow a character to summon another fighter to get aid in battle. There are three of these items which are:
This item first appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and allows a player to call on one of various characters to help them in a fight.
Throw this to summon a random Pokémon to team up with against your foes. Similar to Master Ball, this item also appeared in Pokémon franchise for the first time.
Throw this to summon a rare or Legendary Pokémon to team up with you against your foes. This item first appeared in the Pokémon franchise.
These items act like weapons, but must be made whole by collecting different pieces. Once all pieces are combined, the weapon is automatically created. There are two types of weapon parts in the game:
Collect all three parts of the Dragoon, and then aim carefully and launch a deadly attack. This item first appeared in Kirby Air Ride.
Construct this huge weapon by collecting its three parts, and then use its powerful beam attack. This item first appeared in Kid Icarus: Uprising. Also note that the opponent player can force you to drop these parts.
There are various kinds of Containers available on different stages. Fighters can carry these Containers and throw them onto their opponents to deal damage.
In addition to this, these Containers sometimes produce other items when destroyed. Attack these or throw them to get at the items inside. Or you can throw them at the enemy.
This category also contains only one item: Blast Box. During a fight, players can attack Blast Boxes to make them detonate and damage all nearby opponents.
If you hit this with a fire attack, it’ll explode! This item first appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
This category also contains only one item: Sandbag. Sandbags contain other items which are revealed once a player attacks it.
Hit Sandbag to make items fall out! The more you hit it, the easier it will be to launch. This item originally appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Like the name suggests, these items are used to recover lost HP. There are four items that fall under this category:
Eat to heal some damage! The amount you recover depends on what kind of food you eat.
A tomato with a big M on it. When eaten, it removes 50% damage from your counter. This item first appeared in Kirby’s Dream Land.
This heals 100 of the damage you have taken so far! Grab it before your foes get to it. This item first appeared in The Legend of Zelda.
This item will heal only a fighter who has taken more than 100% damage. Don’t throw it at an enemy with damage that high. This item first appeared in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
These items contain both negative and positive effects and allow players to have unique attacks and certain boosts. There are ten items that fall under this category:
Touching this will make you a giant, raising your attack power and making you tough to launch. This mushroom originally appeared in Super Mario Bros.
Running into one of these mushrooms shrinks you, making you easier to launch and your attacks less powerful. This item originally originated from Super Mario All-Stars.
Grab this to fly up into the air, and then slam back down to the ground in a devastating attack. You can aim slightly to the left or the right. This item first appeared in Kirby’s Dream Land.
Touch one of these, and you’ll be invincible for about 10 seconds. This item is a popular item from Super Mario Bros. franchise.
Turns you into metal. Light attacks won’t make you flinch, and you’ll be tough to launch — but you’ll fall faster. This item first appeared in Super Marion 64.
Put this on to boost your speed and make great jumps. What long ears it has! Will the power of the wild spring forth? This item first appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Eat this spicy dish to send a constant eruption of flame pouring from your mouth! You can still attack, but you can’t stand still. This item originally appeared in Kirby’s Dream Land.
This item slows down everyone but the player who collects it. Like so many others, this item also appeared in Super Smash Bros. for the first time.
Grab this to make other fighters shrink—unless it backfires and shrinks you. This item first appeared in Super Mario Kart.
Use this to turn into a Bullet Bill and charge through enemies! You can even choose your launch direction. This item first appeared in Super Mario Bros.
These items inflict damage to opponent and are used on both long and short range. Some of these items have effects for certain amount of time. There are eight items which fall under this category:
This replaces your side attacks and has the farthest reach of any melee weapon! The blade gets longer when you use stronger attacks. This item first appeared in Super Smash Bros.
Attacking with this makes an energy-sapping flower bloom on your opponent’s head. This item originally appeared in Panel de Pon.
Side Smash attacks and Side Tilt attacks will make this item fire star-shaped projectile. Its ammo is limited. This item was originally found in Kirby’s Adventure.
This weapon is made of fireballs. It’ll get shorter the more hits you land with it. This item originally originated from Super Mario Bros.