Most trophies ("figures" in Japan) in Super Smash Bros. Brawl can be obtained through coin launcher or playing certain stages in The Subspace Emissary. Some trophies, particularly the enemies of The Subspace Emissary, can only be obtained by using a trophy stand ("smash plates" in the Japan) on a foe while its health is low. Other trophies, particularly those of playable characters and their Final Smashes, can be obtained by playing Classic Mode and All-Star Mode respectively. Trophies can also be obtained by completing several challenges. There are 544 trophies in all in Brawl, some which tend to be rarer than others.

List of trophies

Super Smash Bros.

The Subspace Emissary

Super Mario Bros.

  • Cheep Cheep ("Pukupuku" in Japan)

A round fish with big eyes. Although mainly aquatic, Cheep Cheeps sometimes attack above land like flying fish, at which point Mario can stomp on them. There are a wide variety of Cheep Cheep variations, including spiked ones and enormous ones.

  • Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • Super Mario Sunshine (2002)
  • Blooper ("Gessō" in Japan)

A creature who's as squid-like as a squid can be. Bloopers patrol water stages, and with no notable weapons, their threat comes from their unique movements and speed. Some flying Bloopers display the same underwater movement above water. Blooper appeared for the first time as a playable character in Mario Party 8.

  • Super Mario Bros. (1985)
  • Mario Party 8 (2007)
  • Toad ("Kinopio" in Japan)
  • Toadette ("Kinopiko" in Japan)

A girl who's adored as a star among the Toads. She looks much like other Toads, but her pink head and mushroom-themed accessories lend her an undeniable charm. She first appeared as a hidden character in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! With the Golden Mushroom, she could perform consecutive boosts to pull ahead of the field.

  • Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (2003)
  • Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (2004)
  • Goombella ("Kurisuchīnu" in Japan)

A female archeology student at the University of Goom. Goombella can be recognized by her ponytail and pith helmet that features a light that aids her archaeological aspirations. With her wealth of knowledge, Goombella serves as Mario's tour guide and assists throughout his adventures.

  • Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (2004)
  • Fracktail

A giant, red, robotic dragon built to be the protector of a Pure Heart. Fracktail has a long body with little arms and wings, and he shoots out of the ground into the air to attack Mario. The only way to beat him is to first jump on his back. You can then pick up the Frackles on his back and score damage by throwing them at his weak point--the yellow antenna orb.

  • Super Paper Mario (2007)
  • Wiggler ("Hanachan" in Japan)

A large caterpillar characterized by a flower on its head and a huge nose. Wigglers typically just walk around minding their own business, with no hint of malice. However, they lose their flowers when jumped upon and fly into a rage, turning bright red and chasing Mario. In Yoshi's Island, certain Wigglers appear as butterflies, with grown wings and flight capabilities.

  • Super Mario World (1991)
  • New Super Mario Bros. (2006)
  • Dry Bones ("Carron" in Japan)

A skeletal member of the Koopa Troopa family. Immune to fireballs, Dry Bones will fall apart when stomped upon, then reassemble moments later. They're typically found in dungeon levels in Mario games but have also been known to participate in various sports and activities such as baseball, kart racing, and soccer. They're likely boning up on the competition.

  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. (2006)
  • Chain Chomp ("Wanwan" in Japan)
  • Perry ("Kasa" in Japan)

A mysterious talking parasol Peach obtains from Toadsworth before heading out to save the captured Mario and Luigi. Perry provides a number of useful functions to assist Peach on her mission. Besides its obvious combat worth, Perry can also be used to sweep aside enemies, slide across ropes, and float on water. You can also buy upgrades for Perry.

  • Super Princess Peach (2006)
  • Bowser Jr. ("Koopa Jr." in Japan)
  • Birdo ("Catherine" in Japan)
  • Kritter (Goalie)

An underling of King K. Rool and the one and only goalie of Super Mario Strikers. In other words, it doesn't matter what team you play as--your goalie is going to be Kritter. Despite being at the very bottom of the Kremling ranks, he's responsible for what many might consider to be the toughest AND most important field position.

  • Super Mario Strikers (2005)
  • Ballyhoo & Big Top

The two emcees of the Star Carnival, an event held once a year to determine the biggest superstar. Big Top (on top) and Ballyhoo (on bottom) provide all Star Carnival commentary, and while Ballyhoo is energetic and over the top, Big Top provides a reserved counterpoint to his partner's antics. Despite their conflicting personalities, they're inseparable.

  • Mario Party 8 (2007)
  • F.L.U.D.D ("Pump" in Japan)
  • Poltergust 3000 ("Obakyūmu" in Japan)*

A vacuum cleaner developed by Professor Elvin Gadd of the E. Gadd Science Corporation. He gives it to Luigi, who uses it to trap ghosts in a haunted mansion after stunning them with his flashlight. It also absorbs elements like water, ice, or fire that it can then shoot out. An optional accessory to this fine product is a machine that converts the trapped ghosts into portraits.

  • Luigi's Mansion (2001)

Ghost variations that appeared throughout Luigi's Mansion. They don't have the spectral power required to manifest any truly unusual ghostly phenomena, so they rely on such pedestrian physical methods as punching Luigi to frighten him. There are also some rare varieties that are very rich and drop a lot of coins.

  • Luigi's Mansion (2001)

Donkey Kong

  • Funky Kong

Funky Kong is a friend of the Kongs, a sunglasses-wearing surfer, and funky from the way he talks to the way he looks. Throughout the games he is in, he assists the Kongs in many ways, whether it be his ammunitions expertise or his barrel-transport system. Now, he might be tired of doing business deals, as he now is a participant in barrel-races.

  • Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast (2007)
  • Candy Kong

Donkey Kong's rumored girlfriend--although nobody is quite sure if the rumor is true. With Candy's looks and elegance, she would be quite the catch. There's a mode in Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast where Donkey Kong must compete according to Candy's requests. Candy is also known to have run a music shop.

  • Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
  • Lanky Kong

One of the more eccentric Kong friends. He's probably the most laid back of the Kongs and has many comical expressions and mannerisms. He uses his long arms to take out baddies and can walk on his hands to climb steep slopes. Sweet! In the recent game Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast, Lanky appears for the first time in years.

  • Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
  • Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast (2007)
  • Rambi

A rhino friend who appears to help the Kongs in their adventures...from a wooden box, even! His destructive power lets his rider plow through enemies and super-dash to break through walls and other obstacles. Know what that means? It means uncovering more hidden bananas and life balloons!

  • Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
  • Enguarde

A swordfish animal buddy. Enguarde always appears on water levels where he can loyally help Donkey Kong get around. Much appreciated, right, DK? Complementing his cute, round eyes, Enguarde's pointed bill proves to be a powerful weapon. One thrust from it will easily down most underwater opponents.

  • Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
  • Kritter

A member of the Kremlings. Led by King K. Rool, Kritters are the grunts of the army. They appear frequently in Donkey Kong Country in green, purple, blue, and other color variations--the blue ones will jump after Donkey Kong. Kritters also appear in Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast, pounding those barrels in pursuit of Donkey Kong.

  • Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • Tiny Kong

A cute, young Kong in pigtails, a knit cap, and jumbo earrings. In Donkey Kong 64, she could extend her airtime after jumps and fly through the air with helicopter hair. Also a participant in Barrel Blast, her high speed is on full display.

  • Donkey Kong 64 (1999)
  • Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast
  • Squitter

A spider friend of the Kongs. Squitter features a patchy pattern and a fancy sneaker on each foot. With Diddy on board, Squitter will assist by spewing out webs that serve as projectile weapons or temporary platforms. These platforms can be used to access otherwise unreachable areas.

  • Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)
  • Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble (1996)
  • Expresso

An ostrich friend with sneakers on both feet. Riding Expresso allows for high-speed dashing. As an ostrich, Expresso can't fly, but rapid button pressing can put extra distance on his jumps. This can be used to help Donkey Kong reach distant places.

  • Donkey Kong Country (1994)
  • Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Remake) (2004)
  • Kass

A precocious Kremling child. Kass is an ever-so-slightly malicious girl who wants to grow up ever so much. Her trademark look is a camisole and jumbo ribbon. She exhibits top-of-the-line cornering and acceleration but has close to the lowest top speed of all the characters in Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast. She attacks with spin moves.

  • Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast (2007)
  • Kip

The little brat of the Kremlings and a naughty trickster. Kip is quick and corners as well as anyone, but his top speed is quite low. He sports a tough look with his black T-shirt and spiked wristbands--just the look he needs to prove he's one bad little dude. His attack is a double-legged kick.

  • Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast (2007)
  • Kalypso

A cool beauty with chic makeup and groovy hair. Kalypso combines enough acceleration to break free from the pack with a respectable top speed. Her cornering is a bit weak, but good players should be able to overcome this. Her claw attack will get you...if her high-pitched laugh doesn't.

  • Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast (2007)
  • Kludge

A member of the Kremling Krew making his first appearance in Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast. His less-than-average acceleration and weak cornering are offset by an impressive top speed. Kludge's relation to the physically fit blue Krunchas and Krumples of the Kremling forces is still unknown.

  • Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast (2007)
  • Helibird

A bird that helps Donkey Kong by carrying him with its feet and flying up to higher areas. These beautiful birds feature big, decorated wings and unique coloring. A certain Strawberry Kingdom is home to a Helibird nest populated only by Helibirds.

  • Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat (2005)
  • Turret Tusk

A boss enshrined upon a cliff in the Apple Kingdom. This creature gathers its breath and launches bombs from its nose. The trick is to throw pineapple-shaped bombs into its nose when it's inhaling to blow it up from the inside. For all its austerity, the Turret Tusk is actually quite stupid.

  • Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat (2005)

The Legend of Zelda


Yoshi's Island

Kirby Super Star

Star Fox



EarthBound (Mother)

Ice Climber

Fire Emblem

Kid Icarus



Animal Crossing

Game & Watch


Metal Gear Solid



  • On the Lyn trophy, it says that she is 15-years old. In Fire Emblem, she's literately 18-years old.
  • On the Aryll trophy, the description says she has a "Turtle marked Telescope." Her telescope is actually seagull-marked.
  • On the Black Knight trophy, the description says that he is the "wielder of the blessed sword Ettard," when he actually wields the blessed sword Alondite.
  • On the Chao trophy, it is stated that their only appearance is Sonic Adventure DX when they have also appeared in Sonic Adventure 2 as well as its remake Battle.
  • On the Charizard trophy, the description says its wings let it fly up to 4,600 feet into the air. Ironically, in the Super Smash Bros. universe, it can only reach as high as two aerial jumps.
  • On the Dark Samus trophy, the description says, "There are many theories on the origin of Dark Samus, but none are proven." This is not true, because the secret cutscene in Metroid Prime reveals that Dark Samus came from a fusion of Samus' Phazon suit and Metroid Prime's remains.
  • On the Paper Mario, Paper Bowser, Paper Peach and Paper Luigi trophies it is incorrectly listed that Super Paper Mario is their only game when they previously appeared in both Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
  • On the Samus (Dark Suit) trophy, the description says "after defeating Amorbis in the Dark Torvus Temple," when it is actually the Dark Agon Temple, in Metroid Prime 2.
  • The Crazy Hand trophy is listed under The Subspace Emissary, despite the fact that his only appearances in Brawl are in Boss Battles Mode and Classic Mode, though for him to appear in the latter the player must reach the final stage in nine minutes or less with the difficulty level set to Hard or above.
  • Yoshi's saddle is missing in the Super Dragon trophy.

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