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POKEMON TRAINER: Gameplay Tip, Moveset, Final Smash, Unlock

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POKEMON TRAINER: Gameplay Tip, Moveset, Final Smash, Unlock

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

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Table of Contents

POKEMON TRAINER - Rating & Overview

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POKEMON TRAINER - Fighter Rating

Rating
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POKEMON TRAINER - Debut & Appearances

Debut in Smash Bros. First Appearance
Super Smash Bros. BrawlPocket Monster

Character Origin & Backstory

The Pokémon Trainer stands in the background and instructs Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard. You can play as a female Pokémon Trainer by changing Pokémon Trainer's costume when choosing your fighter.

Did You Know? Facts About the Fighter

Pokémon Trainer will react when taunting or when a Pokémon takes damage. The girl and boy Pokémon Trainer have different reactions.

POKEMON TRAINER - 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 LightBeach Zone
Classic ModeClassic ModeUnlocked by Clearing 2 Games with DONKEY KONG
Smash ModeSmash ModeNo.26 to Unlock
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POKEMON TRAINER - Fighter Tips & Featured Move Sets

POKEMON TRAINER - Featured Video

Squirtle: Water Gun (Neutral Special)

Squirtle shoots water from its mouth to push opponents away. It doesn't do any damage, but it's great for interfering with opponents trying to return to the stage.

Ivysaur: Vine Whipe (Up Special)

Vine Whip can be used as many times as you want in midair and the direction it shoots out can be changed slightly. It can be used to grab the edge when falling off the stage.

Charizard: Wing Thrust (Up Tilt Attack)

Charizard's wings won't take damage, making this attack good for overpowering foes who are attacking from above.

POKEMON TRAINER - All Move Sets

Triple Finish - Final Smash

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Triple Finish
Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard perform a synchronized combo attack. The attck hits a wide range in front of the trio and deals damage to opponents caught in it, pushing them away.

Super Move List

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

ControlDamageSuper Move & Effect
Super
(B)
-%[Water Gun]
Spits water out at opponents. The more it has been charged, the more power it has to push opponents.
Side Super
(← or → + B)
15.6%[Withdraw]
Hides in its shell and then tackles. Attacks can bounce this attack back, but won't hurt.
Up Super
(↑ + B)
15.3%[Waterfall]
Rides a torrent of water, hitting opponents. Tilting left and right can adjust the rising angle.
Down Super
(↓ + B)
-%[Pokemon Change]
Switches to Ivysaur. Immune to damage initially but become vulnerable if used repeatedly.

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 Smash18%
(25.2%)
A water swipe! Squirtle unleashes the attack to his front.
Up Smash19.4%
(26.8%)
Squirtle summons two pillars of water to both his sides.
Down Smash15.8%
(21.8%)
Water surrounds Squirtle as he spins on the gound!

Normal Attack List

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

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

Tilt Attack List

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

ControlDamage
Side Tilt Attack6.0%
Up Tilt Attack19.2%
Down Tilt Attack10.8%
Dash Attack9.6%

Jump Attack List

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

ControlDamage
Jump Attack12.0%
Jump Front Attack8.4%
Jump Back Attack12.0%
Jump Up Attack8.4%
Jump Down Attack3.6%

Throw Attack List

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

ControlDamage
Grab Attack1.2%
Front Throw9.6%
Back Throw8.4%
Up Throw8.4%
Down Throw9.6%

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