Pokeball: Ducklett, Joltik, Golurk


Name: Ducklett

Universe: Pokemon

Debut: Pokemon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Water Spout

Rarity: Uncommon

Availability: Starter

Ducklett is the Water Bird Pokémon and is a dual Water/Flying type.

Ducklett runs around while spraying water everywhere. This can cause opponents to slip and fall if they touch the water. If Ducklett is hit or runs into someone, it will spray even more water around the stage. It can be attacked and launched off stage.

Name: Joltik

Universe: Pokemon

Debut: Pokemon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Electroweb

Rarity: Uncommon

Availability: Starter

Joltik is the attaching Pokémon and is a dual Bug/Electric type.

Joltik will jump around the stage while shooting out electric webs. Touching one of these will do around 12% Lightning damage and will cause the opponent to be temporarily helpless. There can only be three of these webs on a stage.

Name: Golurk

Universe: Pokemon

Debut: Pokemon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Hammer Punch

Rarity: Uncommon

Availability: Starter

Golurk is the Automaton Pokémon and is a dual Ground/Ghost type.

Golurk appears and unleashes a flurry of punches across the stage. They have a long reach and lasts 8 seconds. It can do around 40% damage total if all hits connect.

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Poké Ball: Druddigon, Stunfisk, Darmanitan


Name: Druddigon

Universe: Pokemon

Debut: Pokemon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Dragon Claw

Rarity: Uncommon

Availability: Starter

Druddigon is the Cave Pokemon and a Dragon type.  Druddigon rushes forward and slashes with his claws.  If it touches a opponent, it grabs them and starts slashing at them.  Altogether, it can do between 10-40% damage; depending how many times it hits and if the last hit connects.

Name: Stunfisk

Universe: Pokemon

Debut: Pokemon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Thundershock

Rarity: Common

Availability: Starter

Stunfisk is the Trap Pokemon and a dual Ground/Electric type Pokemon.  When it appears on the stage, it buries into the ground with a puff of dust/dirt.  If anyone walks, jumps, or falls onto the waiting Pokemon, it will release a shocking Thundershock attack.  It does 25% Lightning damage and deals high knock back after the attack.

Name: Darmanitan

Universe: Pokemon

Debut: Pokemon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Fire Punch

Rarity: Common

Availability: Starter

Darmanitan is the Blazing Pokemon and is a Fire type.  It jumps up, gathers intense heat around its right fist and then punches forward.  A volanic like eruptions bursts from its fist and deals 45% Fire damage and decreases by 5% the farther away.  It also deals high diagonal knock back.  However, on some occassions, Darmanitan will appeara nnd immedaitely transform into it`s Zen Mode.  Darmanitan will then just sit there and glow with a mysterious aura of purple energy.

Poké Ball: Scrafty, Confagrigus, Foongus


Name: Scrafty

Universe: Pokémon

Debut: Pokémon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Hi Jump Kick

Rarity: Common

Availability: Starter

Scrafty is the Hoodlum Pokémon and is a Dark/Fighting combination. It appears and immediately pulls up the skin around it’s legs. It then jumps high into the air with it’s right foot extended. If it hits someone who is grounded, it only does 12% damage with low knockback. However, if it catches someone in mid-air, it’ll do 20% damage and high knock back.

Name: Confragrus

Universe: Pokémon

Debut: Pokémon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Curse

Rarity: Rare

Availability: Starter

Confragrus is the Coffin Pokémon and a Ghost type Pokémon. It appears and casts Curse on a random player. That opponent can move, jump, dash, shield, roll, and crawl but he or she is unable to attack, pick up items, do special moves, or do one of the Final Trio for 15 seconds.  During the Curse attack, Confragrus appears on the stage with its arms moving and the casket opening and closing.

Name: Foongus

Universe: Pokémon

Debut: Pokémon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Spore

Rarity: Common

Availability: Starter

Foongus is the Mushroom Pokémon and is a dual Grass/Poison type. It appears and starts casting spores everywhere. These spores can out players to sleep for 6 seconds. Foongus will last for 20 seconds.

Pokémon: Giratina


Giratina from Pokemon Black and White

Name: Giratina

Universe: Pokèmon

Debut: Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

Move Used: Shadow Force

Rarity: Rare

Availability: Unlockable

Giratina is the Renegade Pokémon. It is a dual Ghost/Dragon type Pokémon.

Giratina uses Shadow Force causes the summoner and Giratina to vanish instantly from view. 5 seconds after that, Giratina delivers a devastating attack in the right, center, or left area of the stage. It resembles a pillar of dark space matter that reaches up fairly high and delivers 45-55% Dark damage depending on the location from the core of the attack.  It is a very strong attackthat does high vertical and diagonal damage.  After the attack, Giratina and the summoner appear.  After that, Giratina vanishes in a dark space vortex.

My Thoughts

Giratina is one of the Diamond/Pearl/Plantinum Legendary Pokemon that I felt should of appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.  However, Giratina was expanded more so in Plantinum which came out after Brawl.  Therefore, it`s no wonder he wasn`t featured in Brawl.

Poké Ball: Emonga, Drillbur, and Chandelure


Here is the next set of Pokémon!

Name: Emonga

Debut: Pokémon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Spark

Rarity: Common

Availability: Starter

Emonga is the Pokémon. It jumps out and immediately begins gliding about the stage. Touching it will cause 8% Lightning damage. Every now and then, it will begin to pulse with electricity. Being hit by this pulse does 14% Lightning damage. It will stay on the field for 15 seconds before leaving.

Name: Drillbur

Debut: Pokémon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Dig

Rarity: Common

Availability: Starter

Drillbur is the Mole Pokémon. It will jump to ground and start digging. It will then totally disappear. After 8-14 seconds, it will strike a random player with Dig. It does 20% Earth damage and has a decent amount of knock back.

Name: Candelure

Debut: Pokémon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Will o’ Wisps

Rarity: Rare

Availability: Chandelier will slowly appear and start shaking itself in the air. Spouts of purple flame will slowly shoot out and float to the ground. If a character is hit by one of the purple flames, it does 3% Fire damage each second. The burn affects lasts 15 seconds. In total it does 45% damage but has vitually no knock back. It then vanishes eerily.

Pokè Ball: Blitzle, Roggenrola, and Krokorok


Here is the next set of Pokémon to be released! I hope you like them!


Blitzle from Pokémon Black and White

Name: Blitzle

Universe: Pokémon

Debut: Pokémon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Wild Charge

Rarity: Common

Availability: Starter

Bliztle appears and begins pawing the ground as it charges electrical energy.  It then sprints forward straight across the stage dealing up to 18% Lightning Damage.  It will then turn around and charge across the stage again for an additional 10% Lightning Damage.  it has a fairly high knock back but cannot KO unless at very high percentages.

Roggenrola from Pokémon Black and White

Name: Roggenrola

Universe: Pokémon

Debut: Pokémon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Power Gem

Rarity: Common

Availability: Starter

Roggenrola begins walking around while the core inside it begins to glow.  It will periodically start releasing Power Gem which shoots out small lightened crystals.  It does 1% damage for each hit and can do 8% hits in one burst,  It will do this attack 3 or 4 times.  As well, it can be picked up and carried around.  In this way, it can be almost used like a gun.  However, it can greatly burden a player and cause them to walk slowly; much like Bonsly in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Krokorok from Pokémon Black and White

Name: Krokorok

Universe: Pokémon

Debut: Pokémon Black and White (2010)

Move Used: Sandstorm

Rarity: Uncommon

Availability: Starter

Krokorok appears and automatically a sandstorm begins whipping around the stage.  Within 5 minutes, it blankets the entire stage unless in a Large or Huge stage, in which case, the are around the ledges are not enveloped in sand.  It does very little damage 1% damage for every 3 seconds but it has a very high knock back as the wings push against players in various directions.  As well, the larger the opponent, the more hits it does every other second.  So Bowser will be hit with 1% every second.  It can confuse and bewilder opponents, event he player who summoned it.  It lasts around 15 seconds and then the Sandstorm disappears.  Light Weights like Pikachu and Kirby are at the mercy of the storm while heavy weights on Bowser and Donkey Kong, while not affected by the Sandstorm, receive more damage do to their size.


My Thoughts

Besides Tepig, Snivy, and Oshawott, this is the first set of Unova Pokémon to be released by me.  I would like to see all new Pokémon revealed for SSB4 thus no returning Pokémon.  Bearing that in mind, I intend to include many Unova Pokémon in my SBB4.


Chances of Being in SSB4

I think these three or their evolutions, have a good chance of being in SSB4.  I chose them not only because they are unique but because they were one of the first Pokémon to be released for the 5th Generation thus making them fairly iconic.

 

Pokè Balls: Diagla and Palkia


Here is the second update of Poké Balls, the Diamond and Pearl Pokémon, Diagla and Palkia!


Dialga from Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Name: Diagla

Universe: Pokémon

Debut: Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

Moved Used: Roar of Time

Rarity: Rare

Availability: Starter

Diagla is the Temporal Pokémon. It is Diamond’s Legendary Mascot. It has powers over time and space. It can be found at Spear Pillar.

Diagla performs its attack from Spear Pillar in SSBB. Diagla shortly charges up and releases a loud Roar of Time. The attack slows down all movement save for the player who through the Poké Ball. It has a even slower effect then the Timer in SSBB. The Roar of Time last thirteen seconds.


Palkia from Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Name: Palkia

Universe: Pokémon

Debut: Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

Move Used: Spatial Rend

Rarity: Rare

Availability: Starter

Palkia is the Spatial Pokémon. It is Pearl’s Legendary mascot. It has powers over space and tie. It can be found at Spear Pillar.

Palkia performs its attack, Spatial Rend from Spear Pillar in SSBB. Palkia charges up and roars causing everyones controller settings to switch randomly save for the player who threw the Poké Ball. The switching of the controller settings is randomized and each player has a different switched setting. The effect lasts thirteen seconds after which, the original controller scheme returns to normal.


Diagla and Palkia retain their respective signature moves that were from the Spear Pillar stage. While they don’t directly damage opponents, it allows a chance for the player who threw the Pokéball to attack the other players.