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Pokémon Trainer has received several key changes for his transition from Brawl to Ultimate. Notably, the Stamina mechanic has been completely removed, and Pokémon Change has been granted high utility due to the addition of aerial switching and significantly faster Pokémon switches. As such, switches between his three Pokémon have now become a unique advantage for the Pokémon Trainer alone, and his Pokémon are now free to fight indefinitely without being limited by Stamina during battle.
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=== Aesthetics ===

Revision as of 19:42, July 6, 2018

This article is about Pokémon Trainer's appearance in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. For other uses, see Pokémon Trainer.
The trainer returns with Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard. You can choose to play as a male or female trainer!
—Description from the Super Smash Blog.

The Pokemon Trainer is a veteran fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The character now has alternate costumes that allow players to play as either a male or female Pokémon Trainer.

Attributes

Strengths

Weaknesses

Summary

Changes from Brawl

Pokémon Trainer has received several key changes for his transition from Brawl to Ultimate. Notably, the Stamina mechanic has been completely removed, and Pokémon Change has been granted high utility due to the addition of aerial switching and significantly faster Pokémon switches. As such, switches between his three Pokémon have now become a unique advantage for the Pokémon Trainer alone, and his Pokémon are now free to fight indefinitely without being limited by Stamina during battle.


Aesthetics

  • The Pokémon Trainer's model is significantly more detailed than it was in Brawl, having stylised body proportions and sharper, slimmer eyes. Additionally, the Trainer's Pokéballs have been resized to fit in his palm. Both these changes now make their designs similar to the style of more recent Pokémon titles.
  • The female Pokémon Trainer from FireRed and LeafGreen appears as an alternate costume
  • The Pokémon Trainer now turns in battle to face the direction of the fight.
  • The designs and proportions of Squirtle and Ivysaur now match their appearances in the more recent Pokémon titles. They are much more expressive than they were in Brawl.
  • Triple Finish has a different text box and animations, making it identical to how they appear in the Generation VII games.
  • The Trainer now claps on the results screen.
  • On the results screen, the Pokémon Trainer himself is shown and announced as the winner of the fight rather than the Pokémon that was in battle. His face is also used as the stock icon for all three Pokémon.

Attributes

  • Pokémon now have no fatigue mechanic, so they don't need to swap their Pokémon and can play as one of the three as long they want.

Special Attacks

  • Pokémon can now be swapped in and out in the air.
  • Swapping Pokémon is now much smoother and faster.

Moveset

Special Moves

On-Screen Appearance

Idle Poses

Victory Poses

In competitive play

To be added

Trophies

Palette Swaps

800px-Pokémon Trainer Palette (SSBU)

Gallery

External links

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