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Most trophies ("figures" or "figurines" in Japan) in ''[[Super Smash Bros. Melee]]'' can be obtained through the [[lottery]] (labeled as random in how to unlock). Other trophies, particularly those of playable characters and their smashes, can be obtained by playing [[Classic Mode]], [[Adventure Mode]], and [[All-Star Mode]] respectively. Trophies can also be obtained by completing several challenges. There are 293 trophies in all in ''Melee'', some which tend to be rarer than others.
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The following is a list of trophies from the [[F-Zero (universe)|F-Zero]] series that appear in ''Melee''. There are 9 trophies in total.
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|-
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!width="4%"|#
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!width="12%"|Name
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!width="12%"|Image
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!width="21%"|First Game / Move
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!width="50%"|Description
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|28
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|[[Captain Falcon (SSBM)|Captain Falcon]]
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|[[File:Captain Falcon trophy (SSBM).jpg|100px]]
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|F-Zero<br>08/91
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|align=left|Usually a relentless bounty hunter, Captain Falcon shifts gears to become a race pilot once the F-Zero Grand Prix begins. His beloved racer, the Blue Falcon, can exceed the speed of sound, and he knows how to drive it; he'll go down as one of the all time-greats. Now 36 years old, Captain Falcon wears his F-Zero X visor.
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|-
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|29
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|Capt. Falcon [Smash]
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|[[File:Captain Falcon smash trophy (SSBM).jpg|100px]]
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|B: Falcon Punch<br>Smash B: Raptor Boost
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|align=left|Falcon's style is a balanced combination of raw power and speed. His attacks are slow, but when combined with Falcon's high mobility, he's a formidable combat force. The Falcon Punch packs the highest degree of destructive power, while the explosive Raptor Boost can be used to smash airborne foes into the depths.
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|30
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|Capt. Falcon [Smash]
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|[[File:Captain Falcon smash 2 trophy (SSBM).jpg|100px]]
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|Up & B: Falcon Dive<br>Down & B: Falcon Kick
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|align=left|The Knee Smash, used in midair on foes in front of you, is slow and has a short reach, but if it connects, it'll send foes flying a long way on a low trajectory. Falcon uses his Falcon Dive to grab an enemy in midair and fling them away with an explosive blast. He can do this technique repeatedly without landing, so it can also be used as a recovery move.
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|175
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|[[Falcon Flyer]]
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|[[File:Falcon Flyer trophy (SSBM).jpg|100px]]
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|F-Zero<br>08/91
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|align=left|Captain Falcon's speedy midsize star cruiser boasts an on-board computer that allows Falcon to control it remotely ... perhaps that's why it's never appeared on-screen in an F-Zero game. Without this ship, Falcon couldn't prowl the galaxy like a lone wolf: the Blue Falcon is a state-of-the-art machine, but it's only used for F-Zero races.
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|-
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|176
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|[[F-Zero Racers]]
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|[[File:F-Zero Racers trophy (SSBM).jpg|100px]]
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|F-Zero X<br>10/98
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|align=left|In the year 2560, an association of wealthy space merchants created the F-Zero Grand Prix in an attempt to add some excitement to their opulent lifestyles. The jet-powered racers have no tires, but use G-Diffuser systems to float a foot above the surface. Many believe the F-Zero championship is the highest claim to fame in the galaxy.
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|-
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|177
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|[[Mute City]]
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|[[File:Mute City trophy (SSBM).jpg|100px]]
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|F-Zero<br>08/91
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|align=left|F-Zero courses are set hundreds of feet above ground and kept afloat by opposing-gravity guard beams on both sides of the tracks. Mute City, which grew from an intergalactic trading post to a city with a population of over two billion, is the most famous stop on the F-Zero Grand Prix. This course layout is from the F-Zero X era.
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|223
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|[[Samurai Goroh]]
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|[[File:Samurai Goroh trophy (SSBM).jpg|100px]]
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|F-Zero<br>8/91
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|align=left|A rival bounty hunter, Samurai Goroh has crossed paths with Captain Falcon in many a dark corner of the universe. He also goes head-to-head with Falcon in F-Zero races, so the threads of their fates seem to be deeply intertwined. Samurai Goroh is famous for his katana, and his signature T-shirt is instantly recognizable.
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|224
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|Dr. Stewart
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|[[File:Dr. Stewart trophy (SSBM).jpg|100px]]
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|F-Zero<br>8/91
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|align=left|Dr. Stewart inherited the Golden Fox upon the death of his father and soon became an F-Zero pacesetter. The Fox, which bears the lucky number 3, doesn't have the highest of traction ratings, but a skilled pilot will thrill at the sensation of drifting through corners. This machine requires a high degree of technical ability.
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|225
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|Jody Summer
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|[[File:Jody Summer trophy (SSBM).jpg|100px]]
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|F-Zero X<br>10/98
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|align=left|An ex-fighter pilot, Jody brings her skills to the F-Zero Grand Prix as an ambassador of the interstellar regime. Her machine, the White Cat, is not built for strength or endurance. However, it's incredibly light and has excellent traction. A good match for beginners, the White Cat's a solid all-around racer.
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[[Category:Lists]]

Revision as of 16:55, December 27, 2012

Most trophies ("figures" or "figurines" in Japan) in Super Smash Bros. Melee can be obtained through the lottery (labeled as random in how to unlock). Other trophies, particularly those of playable characters and their smashes, can be obtained by playing Classic Mode, Adventure Mode, and All-Star Mode respectively. Trophies can also be obtained by completing several challenges. There are 293 trophies in all in Melee, some which tend to be rarer than others.

The following is a list of trophies from the F-Zero series that appear in Melee. There are 9 trophies in total.

# Name Image First Game / Move Description
28 Captain Falcon Captain Falcon trophy (SSBM) F-Zero
08/91
Usually a relentless bounty hunter, Captain Falcon shifts gears to become a race pilot once the F-Zero Grand Prix begins. His beloved racer, the Blue Falcon, can exceed the speed of sound, and he knows how to drive it; he'll go down as one of the all time-greats. Now 36 years old, Captain Falcon wears his F-Zero X visor.
29 Capt. Falcon [Smash] Captain Falcon smash trophy (SSBM) B: Falcon Punch
Smash B: Raptor Boost
Falcon's style is a balanced combination of raw power and speed. His attacks are slow, but when combined with Falcon's high mobility, he's a formidable combat force. The Falcon Punch packs the highest degree of destructive power, while the explosive Raptor Boost can be used to smash airborne foes into the depths.
30 Capt. Falcon [Smash] Captain Falcon smash 2 trophy (SSBM) Up & B: Falcon Dive
Down & B: Falcon Kick
The Knee Smash, used in midair on foes in front of you, is slow and has a short reach, but if it connects, it'll send foes flying a long way on a low trajectory. Falcon uses his Falcon Dive to grab an enemy in midair and fling them away with an explosive blast. He can do this technique repeatedly without landing, so it can also be used as a recovery move.
175 Falcon Flyer Falcon Flyer trophy (SSBM) F-Zero
08/91
Captain Falcon's speedy midsize star cruiser boasts an on-board computer that allows Falcon to control it remotely ... perhaps that's why it's never appeared on-screen in an F-Zero game. Without this ship, Falcon couldn't prowl the galaxy like a lone wolf: the Blue Falcon is a state-of-the-art machine, but it's only used for F-Zero races.
176 F-Zero Racers F-Zero Racers trophy (SSBM) F-Zero X
10/98
In the year 2560, an association of wealthy space merchants created the F-Zero Grand Prix in an attempt to add some excitement to their opulent lifestyles. The jet-powered racers have no tires, but use G-Diffuser systems to float a foot above the surface. Many believe the F-Zero championship is the highest claim to fame in the galaxy.
177 Mute City Mute City trophy (SSBM) F-Zero
08/91
F-Zero courses are set hundreds of feet above ground and kept afloat by opposing-gravity guard beams on both sides of the tracks. Mute City, which grew from an intergalactic trading post to a city with a population of over two billion, is the most famous stop on the F-Zero Grand Prix. This course layout is from the F-Zero X era.
223 Samurai Goroh Samurai Goroh trophy (SSBM) F-Zero
8/91
A rival bounty hunter, Samurai Goroh has crossed paths with Captain Falcon in many a dark corner of the universe. He also goes head-to-head with Falcon in F-Zero races, so the threads of their fates seem to be deeply intertwined. Samurai Goroh is famous for his katana, and his signature T-shirt is instantly recognizable.
224 Dr. Stewart Dr. Stewart trophy (SSBM) F-Zero
8/91
Dr. Stewart inherited the Golden Fox upon the death of his father and soon became an F-Zero pacesetter. The Fox, which bears the lucky number 3, doesn't have the highest of traction ratings, but a skilled pilot will thrill at the sensation of drifting through corners. This machine requires a high degree of technical ability.
225 Jody Summer Jody Summer trophy (SSBM) F-Zero X
10/98
An ex-fighter pilot, Jody brings her skills to the F-Zero Grand Prix as an ambassador of the interstellar regime. Her machine, the White Cat, is not built for strength or endurance. However, it's incredibly light and has excellent traction. A good match for beginners, the White Cat's a solid all-around racer.
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