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YOUNG LINK: Gameplay Tip, Moveset, Final Smash, Unlock
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YOUNG LINK: Gameplay Tip, Moveset, Final Smash, Unlock

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Learn all about YOUNG LINK in Super Smash Bros Ultimate (SSBU) in this Fighter guide; including rating, unlock condition, Super Moves & Final Smashes, featured move tips and more!

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YOUNG LINK - Rating & Overview

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YOUNG LINK - Fighter Rating

Rating
B
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YOUNG LINK - Debut & Appearances

Debut in Smash Bros. First Appearance
Super Smash Bros. MeleeLegend of Zelda

Character Origin & Backstory

Young Link debuted in the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time released in 1998. He lived in the Kokiri Forest, until the Great Deku tree, guardian of the forest, informs him of danger approaching Hyrule.

Did You Know? Facts About the Fighter

To stop Ganondorf, the Great King of Evil, Young Link travels with his fairy companion Navi. He pulls out the Master Sword, and after a seven-year slumber, emerges as the Hero of Time.

YOUNG LINK - How to Unlock

3 Unlock Methods Available

3 Unlock Methods Available

There are in total, 3 ways of unlocking / adding new character to your roster in SSBU. By completing either one of these condition will unlock these Fighter to be used in Smash Mode and Classic Mode.

Game ModeCondition
World of LightWorld of LightSacred Realm Zone
Classic ModeClassic ModeUnlocked by Clearing 6 Games with LINK
Smash ModeSmash ModeNo.8 to Unlock
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YOUNG LINK - Fighter Tips & Featured Move Sets

YOUNG LINK - Featured Video

Unique Down Taunt - The Lon Lon Milk!

Young link drinks the famous product of Lon Lon Ranch, Lon Lon Milk. Drinking it won't heal any damage, but it sure is delicious!

Easier to Chain Combos

Young Link's launch power is the weakest of the Links, but that makes it easier to perform combos. He's quicker in the air, can unleash moves faster, and is less vulnerable when landing.

YOUNG LINK - All Move Sets

Triforce Slash - Final Smash

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Triforce Slash
Young Link dashes forward to seal an opponent in the Triforce. He then strikes them repeatedly before launching them. The initial strike must hit in order for Young Link to begin his sealing combo.

Super Move List

*Actual results may differ according to distance between target and combos.

ControlDamageSuper Move & Effect
Super
(B)
4.8%[Fire Arrow]
Fires an arrow. The longer the button is held, the stronger the shot.
Side Super
(← or → + B)
13.2%[Boomerang]
Throws a boomerang. He can even throw it diagonally. A flick of the stick can change the power and distance.
Up Super
(↑ + B)
15.6%[Spin Attack]
Spins with his blade outstretched. Can be charged if used on the ground, and it acts as a jump if used in midair.
Down Super
(↓ + B)
11.3%[Bomb]
Pulls out a throwable bomb that explodes on impact or when the fuse runs out.

Smash Attack List

*Actual results may differ according to distance between target and combos.
*Value in brackets shows damage results when fully charged.

ControlDamageEffect
Side Smash7.2%
(10.0%)
A sword swing to the direction Young Link is looking at.
Up Smash16.8%
(23.5%)
Three very rapid swings upward and arcing over Young Link's head.
Down Smash15.7%
(21.8%)
Two quick sword swings to the left & right. Young Link swings his sword first to the area he is facing.

Normal Attack List

*Actual results may differ according to distance between target and combos.

ControlDamage
Normal Attack12.4%
Normal Attack21.8%
Normal Attack34.2%

Tilt Attack List

*Actual results may differ according to distance between target and combos.

ControlDamage
Side Tilt Attack14.4%
Up Tilt Attack9.6%
Down Tilt Attack12.0%
Dash Attack13.2%

Jump Attack List

*Actual results may differ according to distance between target and combos.

ControlDamage
Jump Attack12.0%
Jump Front Attack16.8%
Jump Back Attack6.0%
Jump Up Attack18.0%
Jump Down Attack21.6%

Throw Attack List

*Actual results may differ according to distance between target and combos.

ControlDamage
Grab Attack1.2%
Front Throw3.6%
Back Throw7.2%
Up Throw7.2%
Down Throw3.6%

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