This article is about Toon Link's appearance in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. For other uses, see Toon Link.
He's smaller and faster than
Link. His bombs explode with a unique anime-style. For his Final Smash, he emits light from his left hand and any opponents hit by it are trapped in the Triforce, subject to a punishing gauntlet of attacks. ”
—Description from the Super Smash Blog.
Toon Link is a veteran fighter in , first playable in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate . He was confirmed to return on June 12, 2018 during E3 2018.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
When unlocked, he is fought at
Very fast dash speed.
Can wall jump.
High priority attacks.
Most of his attacks have disjointed hitboxes, as he wields a sword.
Has tether recovery, as well extended grab range.
His projectiles contribute to a very unique combo game, which combined with his Grab Aerial allows him to do quick pokes or punishes.
Hylian Shield can block almost any projectile when standing still, walking or crouching. No damage will be taken whatsoever.
Down Aerial can Meteor Smash.
His Back Throw is one of the strongest in the game in terms of knockback.
Lightweight and floaty, being very easy to launch.
Most of Aerial Attacks have considerable ending lag.
Lacks reliable setups for combos at close range, relying too much on projectile setups.
Lack of proper KO moves.
Can be hurt by his Bombs if they explode while holding them and opponents can pick up Toon Link's Bombs and use it against him.
Below average recovery, lacking a good aerial movement and reliable recovery move.
When using up special in mid air, he cannot use any other moves until hanging on a ledge or landing on ground for a second.
Changes from SSBWU/3DS
Toon Link has a new forward smash in which he performs a backhand upward swing.
Grabs and Throws
Neutral Attack: overhead slash that launches foes up and away
Forward Tilt: area-of-effect overhead sword slash that knocks foes away within range
Up Tilt (Half-Moon Slash): upward sword slash that pops opponents up
Down Tilt: low sword slash from kneeling position; can trip Dash Attack: triple sword slash combo that culminates with knockback
Forward Smash: low to high upward swing with high damage that launches foes
Up Smash: air slash that launches enemies up Down Smash: crouch with sword sweep
Floor Attack (Front):
Floor Attack (Back):
Floor Attack (Trip): Ledge Attack:
Neutral aerial (Two Part Slash): front and rear slash; good for defense
Forward aerial: upward swing with knockback
Back aerial: spin and slash, knocking foes back
Up aerial: upward sword thrust that launches foes up; great range considering Link's jump height and double-jump Down aerial (Sword Plant): downward sword thrust that can meteor smash
Grabs and Throws
Grab: Hookshot snare; can be used to grab onto a ledge as well
Up Throw: Down Throw:
Up Taunt: Takes out his wand and does whirls it around.
Down Taunt: A fairy comes out and flies around him as he stares at it in bewilderment.
Side Taunt: He attacks with his sword randomly as if warding something off.
An anime-like explosion occurs as Toon Link steps out.
In competitive play
To be added
Toon Link with
on Beast Ganon's battleground.
43 Toon Link – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate