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In a vacuum, high weight is a valuable asset for any character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The heavier a character is, the harder they are to knock off the stage and into the blast zone. As a result, heavyweights tend to have the best survivability in the game.

That said, the heavier characters also tend to have balancing drawbacks. These include low speed, making them hard to approach with, and large hurtboxes, making them easy to combo. For anyone looking to better understand how much damage it takes to knock out a given opponent, here’s an overview of the weight of every Smash Ultimate character.

Smash Ultimate character weights: Lightweights

Pichu and Mewtwo in Smash Ultimate
Both of these Pokémon are among the lightest characters in the game. | Provided by Nintendo

Lightweights are naturally the most fragile characters in the game and the most prone to losing stocks at early percents. Of course, they often have small hurtboxes, making them awkward to rack up damage against quickly. In addition, many of them are glass cannons, with high speed and the ability to string together multiple hits against opponents.

Here is the weight stat of every lightweight character in Smash Ultimate, ordered from lightest to heaviest:

  • Pichu – 62
  • Jigglypuff – 68
  • Mr. Game & Watch – 75
  • Squirtle – 75
  • Fox – 77
  • Sheik – 78
  • Kirby – 79
  • Pikachu – 79
  • Olimar – 79
  • Mewtwo – 79
  • Sephiroth – 79
  • Meta Knight – 80
  • Zero Suit Samus – 80
  • Bayonetta – 81
  • Falco – 82
  • Rosalina & Luma – 82
  • Sora – 85
  • Zelda – 85
  • Duck Hunt – 86
  • Sonic – 86
  • Little Mac – 87
  • Isabelle – 88
  • Young Link – 88
  • Greninja – 88
  • Peach – 89
  • Daisy – 89
  • Diddy Kong – 90
  • Marth – 90
  • Lucina – 90

Middleweights

Pit and Dark Pit, who are close to the average weight in Smash Ultimate
Pit and Dark Pit both fall toward the middle of the pack when it comes to weight. | Provided by Nintendo

The average weight for the entire cast is in the mid-90s. Middleweights are naturally a diverse group with a wide range of offensive and defensive abilities. For characters in this weight class, having a strong off-stage recovery is crucial to avoid dying at early percents.

Here is the weight of every middleweight character in Smash Ultimate:

  • Toon Link – 91
  • Palutena – 91
  • Villager – 92
  • Lucario – 92
  • Ice Climbers – 92
  • Mythra – 92
  • Steve – 92
  • Wolf – 92
  • Joker – 93
  • Ness – 94
  • Lucas- 94
  • Inkling – 94
  • Mii Brawler – 94
  • Robin – 95
  • Roy – 95
  • Chrom – 95
  • Pac-Man – 95
  • Wii Fit Trainer – 96
  • Pit – 96
  • Dark Pit – 96
  • Ivysaur – 96
  • Shulk – 97
  • Luigi – 97
  • Byleth – 97
  • Corrin – 98
  • Mario – 98
  • Dr. Mario – 98
  • Pyra – 98
  • Mii Swordfighter – 100
  • Cloud – 100
  • Hero – 101

Heavyweights

Bowser in Smash Ultimate
Bowser is more than twice as heavy as Pichu. | Provided by Nintendo

As expected, heavyweights are tanks that opponents will have a hard time knocking out without strategic edgeguards. These characters tend to have strong moves as well, although they may have a hard time landing these moves in neutral and comboing them into other attacks.

Here is the weight of every heavyweight in Smash Ultimate:

  • Mega Man – 102
  • Ryu – 103
  • Ken – 103
  • Mii Gunner – 104
  • Min Min – 104
  • Link – 104
  • Captain Falcon – 104
  • Yoshi – 104
  • Snake – 106
  • Banjo & Kazooie – 106
  • R.O.B. – 106
  • Richter – 107
  • Simon – 107
  • Ike – 107
  • Wario – 107
  • Ridley – 107
  • Terry – 108
  • Samus – 108
  • Dark Samus – 108
  • Bowser Jr. – 108
  • Piranha Plant – 112
  • Kazuya – 113
  • Incineroar – 116
  • Charizard – 116
  • Ganondorf – 118
  • King Dedede – 127
  • Donkey Kong – 127
  • King K. Rool – 133
  • Bowser – 135

Dylan Tate is an alumnus of the Hussman School of Journalism and Media at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a gaming journalist with a love for Nintendo esports, particularly Super Smash Bros. and Pokémon.


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