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'''Amiibo''' (Stylized as "'''amiibo'''") is the name given to figurines designed for use with the [[Wii U]] and Nintendo 3DS. ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U]]'' has been shown to be able to use these figures.
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''This article is about the amiibo figures appearance on [[Wii U]], [[Nintendo 3DS]] and [[Nintendo Switch]] systems. For other uses, see [[Figure Player]].''
   
A player of either game can place an Amiibo figurine on the bottom left side of the Wii U Gamepad, and the Amiibo will be able to fight against the player or assist them in battles. For 3DS use, the player is able to buy an add-on to use Amiibo (or simply place them on the touch screen on the [[Nintendo 3DS|New Nintendo 3DS]]/XL).
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'''amiibo''' ({{ja|アミーボ|Amībo}}, ''amiibo'') is a line of [[Nintendo]] figures designed for use with the [[Wii U]], [[Nintendo 3DS]] and [[Nintendo Switch]] systems. ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U]]'' and ''[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]]'' have been shown to be compatible with these figurines.
   
Amiibo for all ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U]]'' fighters will be released, including DLC fighters.
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A player of either game can place an amiibo figurine on the bottom left side of the [[Wii U GamePad]], and the amiibo will be able to fight against the player or assist them in battles. For Nintendo 3DS use, the player is able to buy an add-on to use amiibo called the "Nintendo 3DS NFC Reader Writer" (or simply place them on the touch screen of the New Nintendo 3DS family). For Nintendo Switch use, the player has to place the amiibo figurine on the bottom side of Joy-Con R or at the top center of Pro Controller.
   
 
==Mechanics==
 
==Mechanics==
The characters spawned by Amiibo have been compared to [[CPU]]s, as they both use [[AI]]. In ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U]]'', players can train the figurines to be able to learn new fighting tactics. The Amiibo character will adapt to your play-style learning how to play against you. For example, if you always taunt after landing a [[KO]], your Amiibo can learn to do the same; or if you always try to Meteor Smash opponents using risky tactics, the Amiibo will learn to do the same. In order words, the better the player, the better the Amiibo will become.
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[[Figure Player]]s have often been compared to [[CPU]]s, as they both use [[AI]]. In ''Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U'' and ''Super Smash Bros. Ultimate'', players can train the figurines to be able to learn new fighting tactics. The amiibo character will adapt to your play-style learning how to play against you. For example, if you always taunt after landing a [[KO]], your amiibo can learn to do the same; or if you always try to Meteor Smash opponents using risky tactics, the amiibo will learn to do the same, like to fake self-destructing. Your amiibo will do it (Or maybe not). In order words, the better the player, the better the amiibo will become. FPs at around level 40 or above by default stop taunting because they take out certain parts to make room for other techniques that could be learned. amiibo can still learn from you if you fight alongside it in [[Team Battle]]s.
   
 
They are also programmed to detect and use items depending on your usage patterns. For example, if you always play matches without items and introduce items to them, they will be "confused" and "unaware" on how to use them.
 
They are also programmed to detect and use items depending on your usage patterns. For example, if you always play matches without items and introduce items to them, they will be "confused" and "unaware" on how to use them.
   
The Amiibo will use the same moveset, and have the same stats as the character they are modeled after. However, you are able to change their stats by "feeding" them items. This will change their base stats depending on what the piece of equipment is. The maximum level an Amiibo can reach is 50.
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The amiibo will use the moveset you've chosen for him/her at the start, and their stats will increase as they grow in level, meaning as they level up they'll take less damage/knockback and be able to deal more damage to you. As well as increased reaction time meaning they'll; attack, shield, dodge, and air-dodge faster. However, you are able to further change their stats by "feeding" them items. This will change their base stats depending on what the piece of equipment is. The maximum level an amiibo can reach is 50.
   
Amiibos' interaction with a game may be either [http://www.nintendo.com/amiibo/compatibility/ "Read/Write" or "Read Only"]. "Read/Write" will save certain game data directly to the Amiibo figure; however, each Amiibo can only hold data from one such game at time. If using the same Amiibo, new data from another "Read/Write" game can only be saved by deleting the data from the previous "Read/Write" game. ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U]]'' is a "Read/Write" game. "Read Only" games scan the Amiibo to unlock additional in-game content and features, but do not save data to them. They can therefore be used repeatedly and on multiple "Read Only" games without affecting the Amiibo's saved data. ''Mario Kart 8'' and ''Hyrule Warriors'' are "Read Only" games. ''Mario Party 10'' has both "Read/Write" and "Read Only" capability, depending on which Amiibo are used.
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amiibo interaction with a game may be either [http://www.nintendo.com/amiibo/compatibility/ "Read/Write" or "Read Only"]. "Read/Write" will save certain game data directly to the amiibo figure; however, each amiibo can only hold data from one such game at a time. If using the same amiibo, new data from another "Read/Write" game can only be saved by deleting the data from the previous "Read/Write" game. ''Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U'' and ''Super Smash Bros. Ultimate'' are "Read/Write" games.
   
==List of Figures==
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"Read Only" games scan the amiibo to unlock additional in-game content and features, but do not save data to them. They can, therefore, be used repeatedly and on multiple "Read Only" games without affecting the amiibo saved data. ''Mario Kart 8'' and ''Hyrule Warriors'' are "Read Only" games. ''Mario Party 10'' has both "Read/Write" and "Read Only" capability, depending on which amiibo are used.
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==''Super Smash Bros.'' series==
 
===Wave 1===
 
===Wave 1===
Released on November 21, 2014.
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The first wave was released on November 21, 2014, along with the North American release of ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|Super Smash Bros. for Wii U]]''.
 
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Donkey Kong Amiibo.png|[[Donkey Kong (SSBWU/3DS)|Donkey Kong]]
 
Donkey Kong Amiibo.png|[[Donkey Kong (SSBWU/3DS)|Donkey Kong]]
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===Wave 2===
 
===Wave 2===
Released in December, 2014.
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The second wave was released on December 14th, 2014 in North America and on December 19th, 2014 in Europe.
 
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Captain Falcon Amiibo.png|[[Captain Falcon (SSBWU/3DS)|Captain Falcon]]
 
Captain Falcon Amiibo.png|[[Captain Falcon (SSBWU/3DS)|Captain Falcon]]
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===Wave 3===
 
===Wave 3===
Released in February 2015.
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The third wave was released on January 22nd, 2015 in Japan and on February 1st, 2015 in North America.
 
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Bowser Amiibo.png| [[Bowser (SSBWU/3DS)|Bowser]]
 
Bowser Amiibo.png| [[Bowser (SSBWU/3DS)|Bowser]]
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===Wave 4===
 
===Wave 4===
Released in May 29, 2015.
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The fourth wave was released on April 29th, 2015 in Japan and on May 29th, 2015 in North America.
 
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Charizard_Amiibo.png|[[Charizard (SSBWU/3DS)|Charizard]]
 
Charizard_Amiibo.png|[[Charizard (SSBWU/3DS)|Charizard]]
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===Wave 5===
 
===Wave 5===
Palutena was released on July 24, 2015, while Dark Pit will be released on July 31, 2015.
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Palutena was released on July 24, 2015, while Dark Pit was released a week later on July 31, 2015.
 
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===Wave 6===
 
===Wave 6===
Bowser Jr., Dr. Mario, and Olimar were released in Japan on July 30.
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Zero Suit Samus, Ganondorf, Dr. Mario, Bowser Jr., and Olimar were released on September 11, 2015 in North America, while Ganondorf and Zero Suit Samus were released alongside Wave 5 in Europe and Japan. Dr. Mario, Bowser Jr., and Olimar being released on July 17th, 2015, with the remainder of the wave being released in September 2015. A Retro 3-Pack featuring R.O.B., Mr. Game and Watch, and Duck Hunt was released on September 25th, 2015 exclusively at GameStop. These three amiibo are not sold separately in North America, but they are sold separately in Europe/Australia.
 
In North America, Zero Suit Samus, Ganondorf, Dr. Mario, Bowser Jr., and Olimar were released on September 11. A "Retro" 3-pack featuring R.O.B., Mr. Game and Watch, and Duck Hunt followed two weeks later on September 25. The three amiibo are not separately.
 
 
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Bowser_Jr_Amiibo.png|[[Bowser Jr. (SSBWU/3DS)|Bowser Jr.]]
 
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Mr_Game_&_Watch_Amiibo.png|[[Mr. Game & Watch (SSBWU/3DS)|Mr. Game & Watch]]
 
Mr_Game_&_Watch_Amiibo.png|[[Mr. Game & Watch (SSBWU/3DS)|Mr. Game & Watch]]
 
Olimar_Amiibo.png|[[Olimar (SSBWU/3DS)|Olimar]]
 
Olimar_Amiibo.png|[[Olimar (SSBWU/3DS)|Olimar]]
ROB_Amiibo.png|[[R.O.B. (SSBWU/3DS)|R.O.B.]] (Famicom colors)
 
 
ROB amiibo NES.png|[[R.O.B. (SSBWU/3DS)|R.O.B.]] (NES colors)
 
ROB amiibo NES.png|[[R.O.B. (SSBWU/3DS)|R.O.B.]] (NES colors)
 
Zero_Suit_Samus_Amiibo.png|[[Zero Suit Samus (SSBWU/3DS)|Zero Suit Samus]]
 
Zero_Suit_Samus_Amiibo.png|[[Zero Suit Samus (SSBWU/3DS)|Zero Suit Samus]]
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===Wave 7===
 
===Wave 7===
While the three Mii Fighters are sold separately in other countries, all three will be sold exclusively in a 3-pack in North America, which launches November 1. In addition, Mewtwo will be released on November 13, with Falco following a week later on November 20.
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Mewtwo was released on November 13 2015, while Falco was released a week later on November 20, 2015.
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The three Mii Fighters were released in 3-Pack exclusively at Toys "R" Us on November 1st, 2015 in North American and on November 20th, 2015 in Canada. They have also been released individually in Europe on September 25th, 2015.
 
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===Other Confirmed Amiibo===
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===Wave 8===
It has been confirmed that amiibo will be released for all future DLC characters. Amiibos for [[Lucas (SSBWU/3DS)|Lucas]], [[Roy (SSBWU/3DS)|Roy]], and [[Ryu (SSBWU/3DS)|Ryu]] are currently in development.
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The Lucas amiibo comprises the eighth wave, and was released in Japan on December 17th, 2015, in North America on January 22nd, 2016, and in Europe on January 29th, 2016.
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lucas-amiibo.png|[[Lucas (SSBWU/3DS)|Lucas]]
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==Other Figures==
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===Wave 9===
Amiibo have been released for other Nintendo games, and some of these are compatible with ''Super Smash Bros.''
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The ninth wave of amiibo was released on March 18th, 2016 in North America and Europe, and April 28th, 2016 for Japan. This wave includes two [[Downloadable Content|downloadable fighters]], {{SSBWU/3DS|Roy}} and {{SSBWU/3DS|Ryu}}, and {{SSBWU/3DS|R.O.B.}} in his Famicom colors.
===Super Mario Amiibo===
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The ''Super Mario'' line of Amiibo function the same as the ''Super Smash Bros.'' line in the game as long as you are using a figure that has a corresponding fighter. They were released on March 20th, 2015 to coincide with the release of ''Mario Party 10''. So far the only figure that doesn't work with ''Super Smash Bros.'' is Toad. A Silver Mario Amiibo was released on May 29, 2015.
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Roy_Amiibo.png|[[Roy (SSBWU/3DS)|Roy]]
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Ryu_Amiibo.png|[[Ryu (SSBWU/3DS)|Ryu]]
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ROB_Amiibo.png|[[R.O.B. (SSBWU/3DS)|R.O.B.]] (Famicom colors)
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=== Wave 10 ===
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The Cloud, Corrin, and Bayonetta amiibo figures were released worldwide on July 21st, 2017. A second set of the amiibo released on the same day, each called <nowiki>''</nowiki>Player 2". The Bayonetta - Player 2 amiibo is a Best Buy exclusive, with the Corrin - Player 2 amiibo to Amazon, and the Cloud - Player 2 amiibo exclusive to Gamestop.
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YESKSQxmUEx1qdoWXagQJowYXzULMcRm.png|[[Bayonetta (SSBWU/3DS)|Bayonetta]]
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6tAmA7KZAK0UgCvUtgMlhL-igb0sQs5T.png|[[Bayonetta (SSBWU/3DS)|Bayonetta]] - Player 2
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Xd-SStTxccd9A-ZUGZwW YkWifCFJ-X3.png|[[Cloud (SSBWU/3DS)|Cloud]]
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1PWhIpBAOKB-E9-uIznC6hAx52BMgG76.png|[[Cloud (SSBWU/3DS)|Cloud]] - Player 2
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AvOpOdzh8SZvkzKyUJzL9qQZVMqikDNs.png|[[Corrin (SSBWU/3DS)|Corrin]]
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XRtA8Yz nSut9ZA7Sj7AAaVkbzZYUQhf.png|[[Corrin (SSBWU/3DS)|Corrin]] - Player 2
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=== Wave 11 ===
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The first amiibo wave for ''[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]]'' was released on December 7th, the same day as the game and featured the newcomers [[Inkling (SSBU)|Inkling]] (girl version) and [[Ridley (SSBU)|Ridley]] as well as the veteran [[Wolf (SSBU)|Wolf]] who hasn't received an amiibo since he was cut from ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U]]''.
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=== Wave 12 ===
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Wave 12 was released on February 15th 2019 and contains [[King K. Rool (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|King K. Rool]], [[Ice Climbers (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Ice Climbers]] and [[Piranha Plant (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Piranha Plant]].
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=== Wave 13 ===
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Wave thirteen was released on April 12th, 2019 and contains [[Isabelle (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Isabelle]], [[Pichu (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Pichu]], [[Ken (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Ken]], [[Young Link (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Young Link]] and [[Daisy (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Daisy]].
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=== Wave 14 ===
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Released on July 19th, 2019. Includes two veterans [[Pokémon Trainer (SSBU)|Pokemon Trainer]] and [[Pichu]] and newcomer, [[Isabelle]].
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=== Wave 15 ===
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Released on September 20th, 2019. Includes the three remaining veterans, [[Snake (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Snake]], [[Squirtle (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Squirtle]], and [[Ivysaur (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Ivysaur]].
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=== Wave 16 ===
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Released on November 8th, 2019. Includes [[Simon (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Simon]], [[Chrom (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Chrom]], and [[Incineroar (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Incineroar]].
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=== Wave 17 ===
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Released on January 17th, 2020. Includes two remaining base roster characters, [[Richter (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Richter]] and [[Dark Samus (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Dark Samus]].
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=== Wave 18 ===
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Will release sometime fall 2020. Includes the first two Fighters Pass Vol. 1 characters, [[Joker (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Joker]] and the [[Hero (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Hero]].
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===Future===
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There are currently plans to release three more waves of amiibo figures for [[Banjo & Kazooie (Super Smash Bros.Ultimate)|Banjo & Kazooie]], [[Terry (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Terry]], [[Byleth (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Byleth]], [[Min Min (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)|Min Min]] and the five remaining DLC fighters, however no release dates or releases order have been announced yet.
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== ''Super Mario'' series ==
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The ''Super Mario'' line of amiibo function the same as the ''Super Smash Bros.'' line in the game as long as you are using a figure that has a corresponding fighter. They were released on March 20th, 2015 to coincide with the release of ''Mario Party 10''. So far the only amiibo figures that won't work with ''Super Smash Bros.for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U'' is Toad, Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Boo, Daisy, and Waluigi. A Silver Mario amiibo was released on May 29, 2015, while the Gold Mario amiibo was originally a Walmart exclusive, but later in 2016, some were restocked at retailers such as GameStop.
 
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Mario_amiibo.png|[[Mario]]
 
Mario_amiibo.png|[[Mario]]
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Yoshi_amiibo.png|[[Yoshi]]
 
Yoshi_amiibo.png|[[Yoshi]]
 
Bowser_amiibo.png|[[Bowser]]
 
Bowser_amiibo.png|[[Bowser]]
Toad_amiibo.png|Toad
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Toad_amiibo.png|[[Toad]]
 
Mario Gold Amiibo.png|Gold [[Mario]]
 
Mario Gold Amiibo.png|Gold [[Mario]]
 
MarioAmiiboSILVER.png|Silver [[Mario]]
 
MarioAmiiboSILVER.png|Silver [[Mario]]
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49157975.jpg|[[Rosalina]]
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XtV-knzXYXCv1gAulqj8HsYaerFPb7oh.png|[[Boo]]
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RVMSdRUDQHzNqxx9z2ZU-dt8WnXXaZAA.png|[[Daisy]]
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SlWqhlqlbAsWCVFF8ImHTO9qVQFkejtt.png|[[Diddy Kong]]
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8MCRxHHF6e9xBplKcFxC0m75H7Pw1W-q.png|[[Donkey Kong]]
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Qr3frJU6pDakdgvRH5mS R09nF4q7kqt.png|[[Waluigi]]
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EY-xwkRpFXiVG-6E1rnyQnpLP1xRbfeD.png|[[Wario]]
 
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===Yoshi's Woolly World Amiibo===
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== ''Yoshi's Woolly World'' series ==
Similar to the ''Super Mario'' line of Amiibo, you can use any of your Yarn Yoshi Amiibo in the ''Super Smash Bros.'' game and it will function the same as a regular Yoshi Amiibo. However this line does not contain any characters not featured in ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U]]''.
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Similar to the ''Super Mario'' line of amiibo, you can use any of your Yarn Yoshi amiibo in the ''Super Smash Bros.'' game and it will function the same as a regular Yoshi amiibo.
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Ywwa.jpg|''Yoshi's Woolly World'' amiibo
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Ywwa.jpg|Pink, Green, and Blue Yarn Yoshi amiibo figures.
MegaYarnYoshi_Amiibo.jpg|Mega Yarn Yoshi amiibo
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MegaYarnYoshi_Amiibo.jpg|Mega Yarn [[Yoshi]]
 
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===Skylanders Superchargers Amiibo===
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== ''Skylanders Superchargers'' series ==
These series includes four Skylanders being Hammer Slam Bowser and Supercharged Donkey Kong along with their Dark forms. However, these two are special in that if their bases are twisted, they can enter amiibo mode and can be used for any game, including ''Super Smash Bros.'' , which is compatible with a Donkey Kong and Bowser amiibo.
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These series includes four Skylanders being Hammer Slam Bowser and Turbo Charge Donkey Kong along with their Dark forms. However, these two are special in that if their bases are twisted, they can enter amiibo mode and can be used for any game, including ''Super Smash Bros.'', which is compatible with a Donkey Kong and Bowser amiibo.
   
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File:Bowser_Skylanders_Superchargers.jpg|Hammer Slam Bowser
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Bowser_Skylanders_Superchargers.jpg|Hammer Slam [[Bowser]]
Donkey_Kong_Skylanders_Superchargers.jpg|Supercharged Donkey Kong
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Donkey_Kong_Skylanders_Superchargers.jpg|Turbo Charge [[Donkey Kong]]
dark-hammer-slam-bowser.png|Dark Hammer Slam Bowser
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dark-hammer-slam-bowser.png|Dark Hammer Slam [[Bowser]]
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dark-turbo-charge-donkey-kong.png|Dark Turbo Charge [[Donkey Kong]]
 
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===Super Mario 30th Anniversary Amiibo===
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== 30th Anniversary - ''Mario'' series ==
This series includes two Amiibo. They are 30th Anniversary Mario Classic Color and 30th Anniversary Mario Modern Color. They can be used for any game, including ''Super Smash Bros.'' , which is compatible with a Mario amiibo.
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This series includes two amiibo. They are 30th Anniversary Mario Classic Color and 30th Anniversary Mario Modern Color. They can be used for any game, including ''Super Smash Bros.'', which is compatible with a Mario amiibo.
   
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File:ClassicMario30thAmiibo.png|Classic Color
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ClassicMario30thAmiibo.png|30th Anniversary [[Mario]] - Classic Color
ModernMario30thAmiibo.png|Modern Color
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ModernMario30thAmiibo.png|30th Anniversary [[Mario]] - Modern Color
 
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==Specialized Amiibo==
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== Mega Man - Gold Edition ==
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Gold Mega Man amiibo was revealed during the 11/12 direct. It can be used for any game, including ''Super Smash Bros.'' ''for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U'', which is compatible with a Mega Man amiibo. It was later confirmed that it's a part of the Super ''Smash Bros.'' amiibo lineup.
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== ''Kirby'' series ==
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The amiibo from the Kirby series were announced on the ''Nintendo Direct - 3.3.2016, ''and some were shown'' ''to be compatible with'' Kirby: Planet Robobot, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, ''and more''. ''The [[Kirby]] and [[King Dedede]] amiibo figures both aren't compatible with ''Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS'', but they are with the Wii U version''. ''[[Meta Knight]] is the only amiibo figure in the Kirby series to be compatible with both versions.
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zs1BPFzgXEtyOWLvNLG1RoXJe1Snn3Dr.png|[[King Dedede]]
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gI8ErOKuFNuHSrR75_E9sXGWATP5We20.png|[[Kirby]]
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Rl-gvJMrBezjYw4_PAZffZ0yvYiOZwEL.png|[[Meta Knight]]
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== 30th Anniversary - ''The Legend of Zelda'' series ==
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This series includes 7 amiibo figures. The first four'' ''were are revealed during the'' Nintendo 3DS Direct - 9.1.2016. ''The'' Link - Ocarina of Time ''amiibo'' ''can't be used with'' Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, but it is compatible with Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Three more Link amiibo figures were announced during the 4.12.17 Nintendo Direct and they're each from; Majora's Mask, Skyward Sword, and Twilight Princess. As well as the new 3 amiibo figures being compatible with Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. ''Best Buy announced that they'll be exclusively selling the Link - ''Majora's Mask'' amiibo, Link - ''Skyward Sword'' amiibo for Amazon, and Link -''Twilight Princess'' being exclusive to Gamestop.
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ro9JCzcTHvxYVcadxPdLpFVJyhJrbTOl.png|[[Toon Link]] - The Wind Waker
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VlUgaOKUjMQBeVy1i_xdIA6mCaVDL0kY.png|[[Link]] - Ocarina of Time
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32Mc0ZwTj_wD9ZWu4-21vawQjnCpZy5K.png|[[Zelda]] - The Wind Waker
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k7PDHtKRX-X52O5X4QoA7d9TrqW8rt9s.png|[[Link]] - The Legend of Zelda
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uvOzgaY0O76bBzQOv8DcVJ7k7evZ8VcO.png|[[Link]] - Majora's Mask
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e4vbFIBLmE9W8Fmfz4GcP5A2KQe-QXAH.png|[[Link]] - Skyward Sword
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eIPIp2XW_evVdbVe01AEgDkql2h-coHn.png|[[Link]] - Twilight Princess
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</gallery>
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== ''The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild'' series ==
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The amiibo from ''The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild ''series were announced on the ''9.1.2016 Nintendo Direct, ''but 1 out of 5 of them are compatible with both ''Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U'', that being the Zelda amiibo figure. Both Link (Archer) and Link (Rider) amiibo figures are compatible with ''Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS'', but not with ''Super Smash Bros. for Wii U''.
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<gallery bordercolor="#ffffff">
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zkhfwcsADKEG_tNuwdem9udv6RuKwJ9n.png|[[Link]] (Archer)
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y5FTJQ8u1qbw7ZeIVl74vwwFelHLXZpQ.png|[[Link]] (Rider)
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8pX4O4yaBPaMfHfTm-guHVWJ9SN9tJRL.png|[[Zelda]]
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</gallery>
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==Customizable amiibo==
 
[[File:Amiibo game-watch.jpg|thumb|127x127px]]
 
[[File:Amiibo game-watch.jpg|thumb|127x127px]]
Some Amiibo have special features which other Amiibo do not have.
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Some amiibo have special features which others don't have.
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===Mr. Game & Watch===
 
===Mr. Game & Watch===
Mr. Game & Watch's character model is very thin to mimic his 2-D appearance, and so it has several variations that can be switched in and out of the base at any time. Its variations are Mr. Game & Watch's [[Judge]] pose with him striking a number 9, his parachute pose and his trademark bell pose which was his profile pic pose for his two predecessors.
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Mr. Game & Watch's character model is very thin to mimic his 2-D appearance, and so it has several variations that can be switched in and out of the base at any time. Its variations are Mr. Game & Watch's [[Judge]] pose with him striking a number 9, his parachute pose and his trademark bell pose which was his render pose for his two predecessors.
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===Mii Fighter===
 
===Mii Fighter===
Each version of the Mii Fighter comes as their default appearance, but when they are read into the game, the player can customize their appearance and moveset as with regular Mii Fighters.
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When first scanned, the player can choose a Mii Fighter they've created to become the Figure Player. Once registered, the player can fully customize the Mii, like with regular Mii Fighters. The fighter's outfit, headgear, moveset, voice, and color can be customized normally. Once a Mii is selected, however, it cannot be changed unless the amiibo's game data is reset.
   
 
=== R.O.B. ===
 
=== R.O.B. ===
The R.O.B. Figure is different based on the region he is from. His Amiibo colors match his regional artwork.
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The R.O.B. Figure is different based on the region he is from. His amiibo colors match his regional artwork. Famicom R.O.B. was shown to be released in North America as well as the NES Color already released.
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==amiibo compatibility in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate==
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[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]], in addition to all previous Smash Bros. series amiibo, it also supports any other non-Smash Bros. amiibo of the fighters. These also include any amiibo related to game franchises represented in it (except most of the amiibo cards). Scanning these amiibo will unlock their respective characters' spirits in the game. Only one spirit can be obtained from each amiibo (including duplicates), except Timmy & Tommy as they exist as a master spirit.
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=== Non-Smash Bros. series amiibo compatible in ''Ultimate'' ===
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{| class="article-table"
  +
!Fighter
  +
!amiibo supported
  +
!amiibo series
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="6" |Mario
  +
|Mario
  +
| rowspan="3" |''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
|Mario - Gold Edition
  +
|-
  +
|Mario - Silver Edition
  +
|-
  +
|Mario - Classic Color
  +
| rowspan="2" |''Super Mario Bros. 30th Anniversary''
  +
|-
  +
|Mario - Modern Color
  +
|-
  +
|Mario (Wedding Outfit)
  +
|''Super Mario Odyssey''
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="3" |Donkey Kong
  +
|Donkey Kong
  +
|''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
|Turbo Charge Donkey Kong
  +
| rowspan="2" |''Skylanders: SuperChargers''
  +
|-
  +
|Dark Turbo Charge Donkey Kong
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="7" |Link
  +
|Link - Ocarina of Time
  +
| rowspan="4" |''The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary''
  +
|-
  +
|Link - The Legend of Zelda
  +
|-
  +
|Link - Twilight Princess
  +
|-
  +
|Link - Skyward Sword
  +
|-
  +
|Link (Archer)
  +
| rowspan="2" |''The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild''
  +
|-
  +
|Link (Rider)
  +
|-
  +
|Link (Link's Awakening)
  +
|''The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening''
  +
|-
  +
|Samus
  +
|Samus Aran
  +
|''Metroid''
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="5" |Yoshi
  +
|Yoshi
  +
|''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
|Green Yarn Yoshi
  +
| rowspan="4" |''Yoshi's Woolly World''
  +
|-
  +
|Pink Yarn Yoshi
  +
|-
  +
|Light Blue Yarn Yoshi
  +
|-
  +
|Mega Yarn Yoshi
  +
|-
  +
|Kirby
  +
|Kirby
  +
|''Kirby''
  +
|-
  +
|Luigi
  +
|Luigi
  +
|''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="2" |Peach
  +
|Peach
  +
|''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
|Peach (Wedding Outfit)
  +
|''Super Mario Odyssey''
  +
|-
  +
|Daisy
  +
|Daisy
  +
|''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="4" |Bowser
  +
|Bowser
  +
|''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
|Hammer Slam Bowser
  +
| rowspan="2" |''Skylanders: SuperChargers''
  +
|-
  +
|Dark Hammer Slam Bowser
  +
|-
  +
|Bowser (Wedding Outfit)
  +
|''Super Mario Odyssey''
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="2" |Zelda
  +
|Zelda - The Wind Waker
  +
|''The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary''
  +
|-
  +
|Zelda
  +
|''The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild''
  +
|-
  +
|Young Link
  +
|Link - Majora's Mask
  +
|''The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary''
  +
|-
  +
|Chrom
  +
|Chrom
  +
|''Fire Emblem Heroes''
  +
|-
  +
|Meta Knight
  +
|Meta Knight
  +
|''Kirby''
  +
|-
  +
|Wario
  +
|Wario
  +
|''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
|Diddy Kong
  +
|Diddy Kong
  +
|''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
|King Dedede
  +
|King Dedede
  +
|''Kirby''
  +
|-
  +
|Toon Link
  +
|Link - The Wind Waker
  +
|''The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary''
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="2" |Mega Man
  +
|Mega Man - Gold Edition
  +
|''Mega Man''
  +
|-
  +
|Mega Man
  +
|''Mega Man 30th Anniversary''
  +
|-
  +
|Rosalina & Luma
  +
|Rosalina
  +
|''Super Mario''
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="9" |Inkling
  +
|Inkling Girl
  +
| rowspan="6" |''Splatoon''
  +
|-
  +
|Inkling Boy
  +
|-
  +
|Inkling Squid
  +
|-
  +
|Inkling Girl - Green
  +
|-
  +
|Inkling Boy - Purple
  +
|-
  +
|Inkling Squid - Orange
  +
|-
  +
|Inkling Girl
  +
| rowspan="3" |''Splatoon 2''
  +
|-
  +
|Inkling Boy
  +
|-
  +
|Inkling Squid
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="7" |Isabelle
  +
|001 - Isabelle
  +
|''Animal Crossing cards: Series 1''
  +
|-
  +
|113 - Isabelle (Winter)
  +
|''Animal Crossing cards: Series 2''
  +
|-
  +
|Isabelle
  +
| rowspan="2" |''Animal Crossing''
  +
|-
  +
|Isabelle (Summer Outfit)
  +
|-
  +
|215 - Isabelle (Kimono)
  +
|''Animal Crossing cards: Series 3''
  +
|-
  +
|301 - Isabelle (Dress)
  +
|''Animal Crossing cards: Series 4''
  +
|-
  +
|CP - Isabelle
  +
|''Animal Crossing ''(Character Parfait promo)
  +
|}
  +
  +
=== Other amiibo rewards ===
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{| class="article-table" width="80%"
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!amiibo scanned
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!Spirit obtained
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|-
  +
|Mario (Wedding Outfit)
  +
|Mario (Wedding) <small>#3
  +
|-
  +
|Peach (Wedding Outfit)
  +
|Peach (Wedding) <small>#29
  +
|-
  +
|Bowser (Wedding Outfit)
  +
|Bowser (Wedding) <small>#30
  +
|-
  +
|Toad
  +
|Toad <small>#31
  +
|-
  +
|Waluigi
  +
|Waluigi <small>#35
  +
|-
  +
|Goomba
  +
|Goomba <small>#36
  +
|-
  +
|Koopa Troopa
  +
|Koopa Troopa <small>#37
  +
|-
  +
|Boo
  +
|Boo <small>#48
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|-
  +
|Wolf Link
  +
|Midna <small>#222
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|-
  +
|Mipha
  +
|Mipha <small>#239
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|-
  +
|Daruk
  +
|Daruk <small>#240
  +
|-
  +
|Revali
  +
|Revali <small>#241
  +
|-
  +
|Urbosa
  +
|Urbosa <small>#242
  +
|-
  +
|Bokoblin
  +
|Bokoblin <small>#244
  +
|-
  +
|Guardian
  +
|Guardian <small>#245
  +
|-
  +
|Metroid
  +
|Metroid <small>#277
  +
|-
  +
|Yarn Poochy
  +
|Yarn Poochy <small>#322
  +
|-
  +
|Waddle Dee
  +
|Waddle Dee <small>#360
  +
|-
  +
|Detective Pikachu
  +
|Detective Pikachu <small>#562
  +
|-
  +
|Tiki
  +
|Tiki <small>#630
  +
|-
  +
|Alm
  +
| rowspan="2" |Alm & Celica (Young) <small>#637
  +
|-
  +
|Celica
  +
|-
  +
| rowspan="5" |Pikmin
  +
|Red Pikmin <small>#803
  +
|-
  +
|Blue Pikmin <small>#804
  +
|-
  +
|Yellow Pikmin <small>#805
  +
|-
  +
|Winged Pikmin <small>#808
  +
|-
  +
|Rock Pikmin <small>#809
  +
|-
  +
|Tom Nook
  +
|Tom Nook <small>#828
  +
|-
  +
|Timmy & Tommy
  +
|Timmy & Tommy <small>#830
  +
|-
  +
|K.K Slider
  +
|DJ K.K. <small>#831
  +
|-
  +
|Resetti
  +
|Resetti <small>#833
  +
|-
  +
|Rover
  +
|Rover <small>#835
  +
|-
  +
|Kapp'n
  +
|Kapp'n <small>#846
  +
|-
  +
|Mabel
  +
|Able Sisters <small>#848
  +
|-
  +
|Blathers
  +
|Blathers <small>#849
  +
|-
  +
|Celeste
  +
|Celeste <small>#850
  +
|-
  +
|Kicks
  +
|Kicks <small>#857
  +
|-
  +
|Cyrus
  +
| rowspan="2" |Cyrus & Reese <small>#860
  +
|-
  +
|Reese
  +
|-
  +
|Digby
  +
|Digby <small>#862
  +
|-
  +
|Lottie
  +
|Lottie <small>#863
  +
|-
  +
|Callie
  +
| rowspan="2" |Squid Sisters <small>#1,030
  +
|-
  +
|Marie
  +
|-
  +
|Pearl
  +
| rowspan="2" |Off the Hook <small>#1,031
  +
|-
  +
|Marina
  +
|-
  +
|Octoling Girl
  +
| rowspan="2" |Octoling Girl & Octoling Boy <small>#1,047
  +
|-
  +
|Octoling Boy
  +
|-
  +
|Octoling Octopus
  +
|Octoling Octopus <small>#1,048
  +
|-
  +
|Shovel Knight
  +
| rowspan="2" |Shovel Knight <small>#1,264
  +
|-
  +
|Shovel Knight - Gold Edition
  +
|-
  +
|Plague Knight
  +
|Plague Knight <small>#1,266
  +
|-
  +
|King Knight
  +
|King Knight <small>#1,267
  +
|-
  +
|Specter Knight
  +
|Specter Knight <small>#1,268
  +
|-
  +
|Chibi-Robo
  +
|Chibi-Robo <small>#1,206
  +
|-
  +
|Qbby
  +
|Qbby <small>#1,278
  +
|}
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery position="center">
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<gallery position="center" bordercolor="#ffffff">
 
Amiibo.jpg
 
Amiibo.jpg
 
Figure Player.jpg
 
Figure Player.jpg
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Zero-Suit-Samus-Amiibo.gif|Animated gif of Zero Suit Samus’s Amiibo.
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Toon-Link-Amiibo.gif|Animated gif of Toon Link’s Amiibo
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
[[File:80.jpg|thumb|right|125px|Samus with 2 arm cannons]]
 
[[File:80.jpg|thumb|right|125px|Samus with 2 arm cannons]]
[[File:Waluigi Amiibo.png|thumb|right|125px|Customized Waluigi]]
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*amiibo in ''Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U ''got its inspiration from ''[[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] ''where fighters in their trophy form will come to life and fight each other. This was officially stated by Bill Trinen (Nintendo of America Representative) in the [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odUjMhc6YgU Nintendo - amiibo E3 2014 Trailer].
*Some amiibo have shown [http://kotaku.com/defective-samus-amiibo-more-like-perfected-samus-amiib-1662368009 some defects in their appearance], such as a Samus with two arm cannons and a Marth with an extra head.
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*Some amiibo have shown [http://kotaku.com/defective-samus-amiibo-more-like-perfected-samus-amiib-1662368009 some defects in their appearance], such as a Samus with two arm cannons and a Marth amiibo with an extra head.
*A number of fans have [http://kotaku.com/custom-amiibos-are-hot-hot-hot-1662398962 customized their Amiibos], most often by repainting them to resemble their [[Palette Swap (SSBWU/3DS)|alternate colors]]. Some people have gone so far as to make customized [http://www.screwattack.com/news/custom-waluigi-amiibo-figure-appears-ebay-200 Waluigi], [http://www.gonintendo.com/s/244575-fan-art-custom-waluigi-dixie-kong-amiibo Dixie Kong], and [http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2015/02/nintendo_fan_creates_a_mewtwo_amiibo_that_works_with_pokemon_rumble_u_bids_pass_usd250 Mewtwo] amiibo figures, complete with packaging.
 
 
*[http://www.kotaku.com.au/2014/11/amiibo-nearly-wins-super-smash-bros-tournament/ A level 50 Fox Amiibo called WaveShine "participated" in a tournament in Canada as a joke]; he won the losers round 1 and 2, but lost in the semi-finals against FireFly, one of the best ''Brawl'' players in the region.
 
*[http://www.kotaku.com.au/2014/11/amiibo-nearly-wins-super-smash-bros-tournament/ A level 50 Fox Amiibo called WaveShine "participated" in a tournament in Canada as a joke]; he won the losers round 1 and 2, but lost in the semi-finals against FireFly, one of the best ''Brawl'' players in the region.
 
*Some players have begun organizing [http://kotaku.com/smash-bros-amiibo-tournament-is-one-hell-of-an-emotion-1678333535 amiibo-only tournaments], such as the [http://kotaku.com/no-humans-are-allowed-in-this-smash-bros-tournament-1670491064 amiibo Fighting Championship].
 
*Some players have begun organizing [http://kotaku.com/smash-bros-amiibo-tournament-is-one-hell-of-an-emotion-1678333535 amiibo-only tournaments], such as the [http://kotaku.com/no-humans-are-allowed-in-this-smash-bros-tournament-1670491064 amiibo Fighting Championship].
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**In Wave 5, [[Dark Pit]] is exclusive to [http://www.bestbuy.com/site/nintendo-amiibo-figure-super-smash-bros-series-dark-pit-multi/6376118.p?id=1219661390837&skuId=6376118 Best Buy], while [[Palutena]] is exclusive to [http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/07/14/palutena-amiibo-is-amazon-exclusive-in-united-states Amazon].
 
**In Wave 5, [[Dark Pit]] is exclusive to [http://www.bestbuy.com/site/nintendo-amiibo-figure-super-smash-bros-series-dark-pit-multi/6376118.p?id=1219661390837&skuId=6376118 Best Buy], while [[Palutena]] is exclusive to [http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/07/14/palutena-amiibo-is-amazon-exclusive-in-united-states Amazon].
 
**In Wave 6, [[Dr. Mario]] is exclusive to [http://www.target.com/p/nintendo-dr-mario-amiibo-figure/-/A-24012010 Target], and [[Bowser Jr.]] is exclusive to Toys "R" Us.
 
**In Wave 6, [[Dr. Mario]] is exclusive to [http://www.target.com/p/nintendo-dr-mario-amiibo-figure/-/A-24012010 Target], and [[Bowser Jr.]] is exclusive to Toys "R" Us.
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**More than several of the amiibo figures that were exclusives in their initial release have become more widely available in later restockings.
 
*[[Marth]], [[Ike]], [[Lucina]], and [[Robin]]'s amiibo figures are fully compatible with the game ''Codename: S.T.E.A.M.''
 
*[[Marth]], [[Ike]], [[Lucina]], and [[Robin]]'s amiibo figures are fully compatible with the game ''Codename: S.T.E.A.M.''
*Since the release of the ''Super Smash Bros.'' line of amiibo, multiple other lines have come out, including ''Super Mario'', ''Splatoon'', and ''Yoshi's Woolly World''.
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*Since the release of the ''Super Smash Bros.'' line of amiibo, multiple other lines have come out, including ''Super Mario'', ''Splatoon'', ''Yoshi's Woolly World'', and ''Animal Crossing''.
*The amiibo figures shown at E3 are different from the ones that were released as they were just prototypes.
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*''Shovel Knight'' is the only indie game to have its own series of amiibo.
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*The amiibo figures shown at [[E3]] are different from the ones that were released as they were just prototypes.
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*The font used for the amiibo logo is called Bauhaus 93.
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* The video game ''[[w:c:onepiece:One_Piece:_Super_Grand_Battle!_X|One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X]]'' is compatible with the ''Super Smash Bros.'' line of amiibo. [http://www.bandaigames.channel.or.jp/list/opj/special07.html Using certain amiibo] will dress the ''One Piece'' characters in costumes of the ''Super Smash Bros.'' characters, such as Luffy dressed as Mario and Zoro dressed as Link.
   
==External links==
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==External Links==
*[http://www.nintendo.com/amiibo Nintendo's Amiibo official page]
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*[http://www.nintendo.com/amiibo Official amiibo website page]
 
*[http://www.primagames.com/games/super-smash-bros-wii-u3ds/coverage/nintendo-amiibo-buying-guide-holy-trinity-rosalina-wave-3 Prima Games: Nintendo amiibo Buying Guide]
 
*[http://www.primagames.com/games/super-smash-bros-wii-u3ds/coverage/nintendo-amiibo-buying-guide-holy-trinity-rosalina-wave-3 Prima Games: Nintendo amiibo Buying Guide]
*[http://www.amiiboinquirer.com/ Amiibo Inquirer]
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*[[w:c:amiibo|amiibo Wiki]]
*[[w:c:amiibo|Amiibo Wiki]]
 
 
*[https://www.skylanders.com/?utm_campaign=skylanders-superchargers-reveal Skylanders Superchargers]
 
*[https://www.skylanders.com/?utm_campaign=skylanders-superchargers-reveal Skylanders Superchargers]
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This article is about the amiibo figures appearance on Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch systems. For other uses, see Figure Player.

amiibo (アミーボ, amiibo) is a line of Nintendo figures designed for use with the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch systems. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate have been shown to be compatible with these figurines.

A player of either game can place an amiibo figurine on the bottom left side of the Wii U GamePad, and the amiibo will be able to fight against the player or assist them in battles. For Nintendo 3DS use, the player is able to buy an add-on to use amiibo called the "Nintendo 3DS NFC Reader Writer" (or simply place them on the touch screen of the New Nintendo 3DS family). For Nintendo Switch use, the player has to place the amiibo figurine on the bottom side of Joy-Con R or at the top center of Pro Controller.

MechanicsEdit

Figure Players have often been compared to CPUs, as they both use AI. In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, players can train the figurines to be able to learn new fighting tactics. The amiibo character will adapt to your play-style learning how to play against you. For example, if you always taunt after landing a KO, your amiibo can learn to do the same; or if you always try to Meteor Smash opponents using risky tactics, the amiibo will learn to do the same, like to fake self-destructing. Your amiibo will do it (Or maybe not). In order words, the better the player, the better the amiibo will become. FPs at around level 40 or above by default stop taunting because they take out certain parts to make room for other techniques that could be learned. amiibo can still learn from you if you fight alongside it in Team Battles.

They are also programmed to detect and use items depending on your usage patterns. For example, if you always play matches without items and introduce items to them, they will be "confused" and "unaware" on how to use them.

The amiibo will use the moveset you've chosen for him/her at the start, and their stats will increase as they grow in level, meaning as they level up they'll take less damage/knockback and be able to deal more damage to you. As well as increased reaction time meaning they'll; attack, shield, dodge, and air-dodge faster. However, you are able to further change their stats by "feeding" them items. This will change their base stats depending on what the piece of equipment is. The maximum level an amiibo can reach is 50.

amiibo interaction with a game may be either "Read/Write" or "Read Only". "Read/Write" will save certain game data directly to the amiibo figure; however, each amiibo can only hold data from one such game at a time. If using the same amiibo, new data from another "Read/Write" game can only be saved by deleting the data from the previous "Read/Write" game. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate are "Read/Write" games.

"Read Only" games scan the amiibo to unlock additional in-game content and features, but do not save data to them. They can, therefore, be used repeatedly and on multiple "Read Only" games without affecting the amiibo saved data. Mario Kart 8 and Hyrule Warriors are "Read Only" games. Mario Party 10 has both "Read/Write" and "Read Only" capability, depending on which amiibo are used.

Super Smash Bros. seriesEdit

Wave 1Edit

The first wave was released on November 21, 2014, along with the North American release of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Wave 2Edit

The second wave was released on December 14th, 2014 in North America and on December 19th, 2014 in Europe.

Wave 3Edit

The third wave was released on January 22nd, 2015 in Japan and on February 1st, 2015 in North America.

Wave 4Edit

The fourth wave was released on April 29th, 2015 in Japan and on May 29th, 2015 in North America.

Wave 5Edit

Palutena was released on July 24, 2015, while Dark Pit was released a week later on July 31, 2015.

Wave 6Edit

Zero Suit Samus, Ganondorf, Dr. Mario, Bowser Jr., and Olimar were released on September 11, 2015 in North America, while Ganondorf and Zero Suit Samus were released alongside Wave 5 in Europe and Japan. Dr. Mario, Bowser Jr., and Olimar being released on July 17th, 2015, with the remainder of the wave being released in September 2015. A Retro 3-Pack featuring R.O.B., Mr. Game and Watch, and Duck Hunt was released on September 25th, 2015 exclusively at GameStop. These three amiibo are not sold separately in North America, but they are sold separately in Europe/Australia.

Wave 7Edit

Mewtwo was released on November 13 2015, while Falco was released a week later on November 20, 2015.

The three Mii Fighters were released in 3-Pack exclusively at Toys "R" Us on November 1st, 2015 in North American and on November 20th, 2015 in Canada. They have also been released individually in Europe on September 25th, 2015.

Wave 8Edit

The Lucas amiibo comprises the eighth wave, and was released in Japan on December 17th, 2015, in North America on January 22nd, 2016, and in Europe on January 29th, 2016.

Wave 9Edit

The ninth wave of amiibo was released on March 18th, 2016 in North America and Europe, and April 28th, 2016 for Japan. This wave includes two downloadable fighters, Roy and Ryu, and R.O.B. in his Famicom colors.

Wave 10 Edit

The Cloud, Corrin, and Bayonetta amiibo figures were released worldwide on July 21st, 2017. A second set of the amiibo released on the same day, each called ''Player 2". The Bayonetta - Player 2 amiibo is a Best Buy exclusive, with the Corrin - Player 2 amiibo to Amazon, and the Cloud - Player 2 amiibo exclusive to Gamestop.

Wave 11 Edit

The first amiibo wave for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was released on December 7th, the same day as the game and featured the newcomers Inkling (girl version) and Ridley as well as the veteran Wolf who hasn't received an amiibo since he was cut from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.

Wave 12 Edit

Wave 12 was released on February 15th 2019 and contains King K. Rool, Ice Climbers and Piranha Plant.

Wave 13 Edit

Wave thirteen was released on April 12th, 2019 and contains Isabelle, Pichu, Ken, Young Link and Daisy.

Wave 14 Edit

Released on July 19th, 2019. Includes two veterans Pokemon Trainer and Pichu and newcomer, Isabelle.

Wave 15 Edit

Released on September 20th, 2019. Includes the three remaining veterans, Snake, Squirtle, and Ivysaur.

Wave 16 Edit

Released on November 8th, 2019. Includes Simon, Chrom, and Incineroar.

Wave 17 Edit

Released on January 17th, 2020. Includes two remaining base roster characters, Richter and Dark Samus.

Wave 18 Edit

Will release sometime fall 2020. Includes the first two Fighters Pass Vol. 1 characters, Joker and the Hero.

FutureEdit

There are currently plans to release three more waves of amiibo figures for Banjo & Kazooie, Terry, Byleth, Min Min and the five remaining DLC fighters, however no release dates or releases order have been announced yet.

Super Mario series Edit

The Super Mario line of amiibo function the same as the Super Smash Bros. line in the game as long as you are using a figure that has a corresponding fighter. They were released on March 20th, 2015 to coincide with the release of Mario Party 10. So far the only amiibo figures that won't work with Super Smash Bros.for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U is Toad, Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Boo, Daisy, and Waluigi. A Silver Mario amiibo was released on May 29, 2015, while the Gold Mario amiibo was originally a Walmart exclusive, but later in 2016, some were restocked at retailers such as GameStop.

Yoshi's Woolly World series Edit

Similar to the Super Mario line of amiibo, you can use any of your Yarn Yoshi amiibo in the Super Smash Bros. game and it will function the same as a regular Yoshi amiibo.

Skylanders Superchargers series Edit

These series includes four Skylanders being Hammer Slam Bowser and Turbo Charge Donkey Kong along with their Dark forms. However, these two are special in that if their bases are twisted, they can enter amiibo mode and can be used for any game, including Super Smash Bros., which is compatible with a Donkey Kong and Bowser amiibo.

30th Anniversary - Mario series Edit

This series includes two amiibo. They are 30th Anniversary Mario Classic Color and 30th Anniversary Mario Modern Color. They can be used for any game, including Super Smash Bros., which is compatible with a Mario amiibo.

Mega Man - Gold Edition Edit

Gold Mega Man amiibo was revealed during the 11/12 direct. It can be used for any game, including Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which is compatible with a Mega Man amiibo. It was later confirmed that it's a part of the Super Smash Bros. amiibo lineup.

Kirby series Edit

The amiibo from the Kirby series were announced on the Nintendo Direct - 3.3.2016, and some were shown to be compatible with Kirby: Planet Robobot, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, and more. The Kirby and King Dedede amiibo figures both aren't compatible with Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, but they are with the Wii U version. Meta Knight is the only amiibo figure in the Kirby series to be compatible with both versions.

30th Anniversary - The Legend of Zelda series Edit

This series includes 7 amiibo figures. The first four were are revealed during the Nintendo 3DS Direct - 9.1.2016. The Link - Ocarina of Time amiibo can't be used with Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, but it is compatible with Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Three more Link amiibo figures were announced during the 4.12.17 Nintendo Direct and they're each from; Majora's Mask, Skyward Sword, and Twilight Princess. As well as the new 3 amiibo figures being compatible with Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Best Buy announced that they'll be exclusively selling the Link - Majora's Mask amiibo, Link - Skyward Sword amiibo for Amazon, and Link -Twilight Princess being exclusive to Gamestop.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild series Edit

The amiibo from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild series were announced on the 9.1.2016 Nintendo Direct, but 1 out of 5 of them are compatible with both Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, that being the Zelda amiibo figure. Both Link (Archer) and Link (Rider) amiibo figures are compatible with Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, but not with Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Customizable amiiboEdit

Amiibo game-watch

Some amiibo have special features which others don't have.

Mr. Game & WatchEdit

Mr. Game & Watch's character model is very thin to mimic his 2-D appearance, and so it has several variations that can be switched in and out of the base at any time. Its variations are Mr. Game & Watch's Judge pose with him striking a number 9, his parachute pose and his trademark bell pose which was his render pose for his two predecessors.

Mii FighterEdit

When first scanned, the player can choose a Mii Fighter they've created to become the Figure Player. Once registered, the player can fully customize the Mii, like with regular Mii Fighters. The fighter's outfit, headgear, moveset, voice, and color can be customized normally. Once a Mii is selected, however, it cannot be changed unless the amiibo's game data is reset.

R.O.B. Edit

The R.O.B. Figure is different based on the region he is from. His amiibo colors match his regional artwork. Famicom R.O.B. was shown to be released in North America as well as the NES Color already released.

amiibo compatibility in Super Smash Bros. UltimateEdit

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, in addition to all previous Smash Bros. series amiibo, it also supports any other non-Smash Bros. amiibo of the fighters. These also include any amiibo related to game franchises represented in it (except most of the amiibo cards). Scanning these amiibo will unlock their respective characters' spirits in the game. Only one spirit can be obtained from each amiibo (including duplicates), except Timmy & Tommy as they exist as a master spirit.

Non-Smash Bros. series amiibo compatible in Ultimate Edit

Fighter amiibo supported amiibo series
Mario Mario Super Mario
Mario - Gold Edition
Mario - Silver Edition
Mario - Classic Color Super Mario Bros. 30th Anniversary
Mario - Modern Color
Mario (Wedding Outfit) Super Mario Odyssey
Donkey Kong Donkey Kong Super Mario
Turbo Charge Donkey Kong Skylanders: SuperChargers
Dark Turbo Charge Donkey Kong
Link Link - Ocarina of Time The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary
Link - The Legend of Zelda
Link - Twilight Princess
Link - Skyward Sword
Link (Archer) The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Link (Rider)
Link (Link's Awakening) The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
Samus Samus Aran Metroid
Yoshi Yoshi Super Mario
Green Yarn Yoshi Yoshi's Woolly World
Pink Yarn Yoshi
Light Blue Yarn Yoshi
Mega Yarn Yoshi
Kirby Kirby Kirby
Luigi Luigi Super Mario
Peach Peach Super Mario
Peach (Wedding Outfit) Super Mario Odyssey
Daisy Daisy Super Mario
Bowser Bowser Super Mario
Hammer Slam Bowser Skylanders: SuperChargers
Dark Hammer Slam Bowser
Bowser (Wedding Outfit) Super Mario Odyssey
Zelda Zelda - The Wind Waker The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary
Zelda The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Young Link Link - Majora's Mask The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary
Chrom Chrom Fire Emblem Heroes
Meta Knight Meta Knight Kirby
Wario Wario Super Mario
Diddy Kong Diddy Kong Super Mario
King Dedede King Dedede Kirby
Toon Link Link - The Wind Waker The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary
Mega Man Mega Man - Gold Edition Mega Man
Mega Man Mega Man 30th Anniversary
Rosalina & Luma Rosalina Super Mario
Inkling Inkling Girl Splatoon
Inkling Boy
Inkling Squid
Inkling Girl - Green
Inkling Boy - Purple
Inkling Squid - Orange
Inkling Girl Splatoon 2
Inkling Boy
Inkling Squid
Isabelle 001 - Isabelle Animal Crossing cards: Series 1
113 - Isabelle (Winter) Animal Crossing cards: Series 2
Isabelle Animal Crossing
Isabelle (Summer Outfit)
215 - Isabelle (Kimono) Animal Crossing cards: Series 3
301 - Isabelle (Dress) Animal Crossing cards: Series 4
CP - Isabelle Animal Crossing (Character Parfait promo)

Other amiibo rewards Edit

amiibo scanned Spirit obtained
Mario (Wedding Outfit) Mario (Wedding) #3
Peach (Wedding Outfit) Peach (Wedding) #29
Bowser (Wedding Outfit) Bowser (Wedding) #30
Toad Toad #31
Waluigi Waluigi #35
Goomba Goomba #36
Koopa Troopa Koopa Troopa #37
Boo Boo #48
Wolf Link Midna #222
Mipha Mipha #239
Daruk Daruk #240
Revali Revali #241
Urbosa Urbosa #242
Bokoblin Bokoblin #244
Guardian Guardian #245
Metroid Metroid #277
Yarn Poochy Yarn Poochy #322
Waddle Dee Waddle Dee #360
Detective Pikachu Detective Pikachu #562
Tiki Tiki #630
Alm Alm & Celica (Young) #637
Celica
Pikmin Red Pikmin #803
Blue Pikmin #804
Yellow Pikmin #805
Winged Pikmin #808
Rock Pikmin #809
Tom Nook Tom Nook #828
Timmy & Tommy Timmy & Tommy #830
K.K Slider DJ K.K. #831
Resetti Resetti #833
Rover Rover #835
Kapp'n Kapp'n #846
Mabel Able Sisters #848
Blathers Blathers #849
Celeste Celeste #850
Kicks Kicks #857
Cyrus Cyrus & Reese #860
Reese
Digby Digby #862
Lottie Lottie #863
Callie Squid Sisters #1,030
Marie
Pearl Off the Hook #1,031
Marina
Octoling Girl Octoling Girl & Octoling Boy #1,047
Octoling Boy
Octoling Octopus Octoling Octopus #1,048
Shovel Knight Shovel Knight #1,264
Shovel Knight - Gold Edition
Plague Knight Plague Knight #1,266
King Knight King Knight #1,267
Specter Knight Specter Knight #1,268
Chibi-Robo Chibi-Robo #1,206
Qbby Qbby #1,278

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

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Samus with 2 arm cannons

  • amiibo in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U got its inspiration from Super Smash Bros. Melee where fighters in their trophy form will come to life and fight each other. This was officially stated by Bill Trinen (Nintendo of America Representative) in the Nintendo - amiibo E3 2014 Trailer.
  • Some amiibo have shown some defects in their appearance, such as a Samus with two arm cannons and a Marth amiibo with an extra head.
  • A level 50 Fox Amiibo called WaveShine "participated" in a tournament in Canada as a joke; he won the losers round 1 and 2, but lost in the semi-finals against FireFly, one of the best Brawl players in the region.
  • Some players have begun organizing amiibo-only tournaments, such as the amiibo Fighting Championship.
  • Four of the Wave 3 amiibo are exclusive to certain stores: Meta Knight is BestBuy exclusive, Shulk is GameStop exclusive, Rosalina is Target exclusive, and Lucario is Toys R' Us exclusive.
    • In Wave 4 three of the amiibo are store-exclusives: Ness for GameStop, Jigglypuff for Target, and Greninja for Toys R' Us.
    • In Wave 5, Dark Pit is exclusive to Best Buy, while Palutena is exclusive to Amazon.
    • In Wave 6, Dr. Mario is exclusive to Target, and Bowser Jr. is exclusive to Toys "R" Us.
    • More than several of the amiibo figures that were exclusives in their initial release have become more widely available in later restockings.
  • Marth, Ike, Lucina, and Robin's amiibo figures are fully compatible with the game Codename: S.T.E.A.M.
  • Since the release of the Super Smash Bros. line of amiibo, multiple other lines have come out, including Super Mario, Splatoon, Yoshi's Woolly World, and Animal Crossing.
  • Shovel Knight is the only indie game to have its own series of amiibo.
  • The amiibo figures shown at E3 are different from the ones that were released as they were just prototypes.
  • The font used for the amiibo logo is called Bauhaus 93.
  • The video game One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X is compatible with the Super Smash Bros. line of amiibo. Using certain amiibo will dress the One Piece characters in costumes of the Super Smash Bros. characters, such as Luffy dressed as Mario and Zoro dressed as Link.

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