Items are a very major part of the Super Smash Bros. matches and as such, they make returns in the new game with many new items. Their random nature and placing means anyone can get at them without it taking someone elses side and they can either use them to their advantage, or they can lose them. If not obtained in a short amount of time, they shall disappear so be prepared to get to them very quickly. Some Items are offensive, some heal, some are defensive so the best strategy is to incorporate them wisely into your current strategy and to not just go for any single item.

New Items

Back Shield

Name: Back Shield

Game Series: Kid Icarus
First Appearance: Kid Icarus: Uprising (2012)

Details
This new item is the Back Shield from Kid Icarus. This item will always be on your back while it lasts, and will protect you from projectiles and various moves, making you only vulnerable from the front or above.
Beehive

Name: Beehive

Game Series: Animal Crossing
First Appearance: Animal Crossing (2001)

Details
This new item is the Beehive. Coming from the Animal Crossing style beehive, when picked up and thrown, or attacked, this item will release a swarm of bees that will do damage to any nearby character.
Beetle

Name: Beetle

Game Series: The Legend of Zelda
First Appearance: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2011)

Details
This new item is the Beetle. Based on its design in Skyward Sword, this item is able to be thrown at enemies. When it does so, it will grab an opponent and fly away with them. The damage done and distance travelled is not currently known.
Blue Shell

Name: Blue Shell

Game Series: Mario Kart
First Appearance: Mario Kart 64 (1997)

Details
This new item is the Blue Shell and is a classic staple of the Mario Kart series. It's not currently known the specifics of what this item can do, but it can be thrown and presumably does damage.
Bombchu

Name: Bombchu

Game Series: The Legend of Zelda
First Appearance: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1999)

Details
This new item is the Bombchu. It's an explosive device from the Zelda series and, when you set it off, it will travel forwards continually until it hits something. This causes it to explode.
Boomerang

Name: Boomerang

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1989)

Details
This new item is the Boomerang and is a Mario item. Originally used by Boomerang Bros., it has become a powerup for Mario. Now, when you get the item, you can throw the Boomerang forwards, and it'll either hit an enemy or bounce back to you.
Bullet Bill

Name: Bullet Bill

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario Bros. (1985)

Details
This new item is the Bullet Bill from the classic Super Mario Bros. series. This item is currently completely unclear, but it appears to shoot off sideways when used, damaging opponents in its path.
Cucoo

Name: Cucoo

Game Series: The Legend of Zelda
First Appearance: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (1991)

Details
The Cucoo makes its first appearance in Super Smash Bros. Its effects aren't fully known but are implied to be similar to the Zelda games where, if they are attacked and damaged enough, a brood of Cucoo shall start attacking.
Drill Arm

Name: Drill

Game Series: Kid Icarus.
First Appearance: Kid Icarus Uprising (2012)

Details
This new item is the Drill Arm. With this, you can charge up and shoot out a drill in the direction you're facing. This will do damage to any opponent that it hits.
Fairy

Name: Fairy

Game Series: The Legend of Zelda
First Appearance: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (1991)

Details
This new item is the Bottle. Based on its design in Skyward Sword, this item allows for the recovery of a user. It's not currently known if the recovery is immediate or requires breaking the bottle.
Firebar

Name: Firebar

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario Bros. (1985)

Details
This new item is the Firebar from the Super Mario Bros. series. This item allows for you to hitt the opponent with the flames, but with each hit, the size of the firebar reduces.
Galaga Vessels

Name: ??

Game Series: Galaga
First Appearance: Galaga (1981)

Details
This strange new item is from the classic Namco arcade game, Galaga. This item is based upon one of the enemies of that game and when thrown, it will pick up an enemy. It is unknown if it has any further features.
Gust Bellows

Name: Gust Bellows

Game Series: The Legend of Zelda
First Appearance: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2011)

Details
The Gust Bellows is an item that was first introduced in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. When a player uses this item, they have the ability to shoot gusts of air forwards, knocking enemies out of their way. However, should the player drop the item on the ground, it will send gusts of air off in all directions randomly.
Hocotate Ship

Name: Hocotate Ship

Game Series: Pikmin
First Appearance: Pikmin 2 (2004)

Details
This new item has the appearance of the Hocotate Ship that was seen in Pikmin 2. This item, when used, will fly up into the sky and then come crashing down, exploding on impact.
Killer Eye

Name: Killer Eye

Game Series: Kid Icarus
First Appearance: Kid Icarus (2012)

Details
This new item has the appearance of the Killer Eye turret from the Kid Icarus series. Once activated, the eye will move around and shoot energy beams at the various foes.
Master Ball

Name: Master Ball

Game Series: Pokémon
First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

Details
In a slight alteration to how the PokéBall item worked, the Master Ball has been introduced. Unlike the Poké Ball, the Master Ball will summon Legendary Pokémon. These Pokémon have assists that are far more powerful and devastating to the

Click here for a list of PokéBall Pokémon
Ore Club

Name: Ore Club

Game Series: Kid Icarus
First Appearance: Kid Icarus Uprising (2012)

Details
The Ore Club is another new item introduced in this game. Based upon its appearance in Kid Icarus Uprising, this item can do serious damage. However, it can also send out tornadoes ahead of the user.
POW Block

Name: POW Block

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Mario Bros. (1983)

Details
The POW Block makes its first appearance as an item in the Super Smash Bros. series. Like its appearance in Mario Bros., it has several uses. When the item hits the ground or an enemy, it will cause a shockwave to happen which will send everyone flying off of the nearby ground.
Racoon Leaf

Name: Racoon Leaf

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario Bros. 3 (1988)

Details
The Racoon Leaf makes its first Super Smash Bros. appearance. This item, working in a similar way to its use in New Super Mario Bros. 2, gives the player character a racoon tail and ears. It's not currently known what the player can do with these features.
Rocket Belt

Name: Rocket Belt

Game Series: Pilotwings
First Appearance: Pilotwings Resort (2011)

Details
The Rocket Belt is a new item introduced in this game. Based on one of the items in Pilotwings Resort, this item is essentially a jetpack. This allows for the user to be able to recover from hits easier and gain higher altitude.
S Flag

Name: Flag

Game Series: Namco Arcade.
First Appearance: Xevious (1983)

Details
This new item is the Flag that was seen in various Namco arcade games. Its full use in this game is not currently known.
Steel Diver

Name: Steel Diver

Game Series: Steel Diver
First Appearance: Steel Diver(2011)

Details
This new item is essentially a projectile weapon. Based on the blue submarine from Steel Diver, when this item is used, torpedoes are fired out. These torpedoes move slowly at first, but quickly pick up speed as it travels greater distances.
X Bomb

Name: X Bomb

Game Series: Kid Icarus
First Appearance: Kid Icarus Uprising(2012)

Details
Another new item, the X Bomb is a simple explosive device, but when it explodes, it sends out the exlosion in four focused beams to make out the letter X, damaging any person it hits.

Returning Items

Assist Trophy

Name: Assist Trophy

Game Series: Various
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Details
Assist Trophies are a beloved item from Super Smash Bros. Brawl which makes a return. This item selects one of multiple possible game characters which come into the stage to vanquish the foes. The character chosen is random and as such, could be useless or ultra useful in your matches.

Click here for a list of Assist Trophy characters & effects
Banana Peel

Name: Banana Peel

Game Series: Donkey Kong & Mario Kart
First Appearance: Super Mario Kart (1992)

Details
Banana Peels make a return with their classic comedic humour. Once grabbed, you can throw it upwards or anywhere until it lands on the ground. Once on the ground, if any character, including yourself, walks on it they will slip up and be left wide open for a possible attack.
Beam Sword

Name: Beam Sword

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. (1999)

Details
The Beam Sword makes a welcome return to the Smash Bros. series. Like its name suggest, it is essentially a sword made out of energy. Grab it, and you can use it like any character would use a sword. The damage depends on the sort of attack you are hitting with as well as the character, but using Smash Attacks with this can inflict some considerable damage. It now has a red hue rather than the previous blue.
Blast Box

Name: Blast Box

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Details
The Blast Box makes its second appearance in Super Smash Bros. and once again, looks like a standard crate. This crate however, takes damage until it finally breaks and explodes, although little is taken when thrown. This damages anyone within the vicinity and causes considerable knockback, so try to not be near it when it blows.
Bob-omb

Name: Bob-omb

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario Bros. 2 (1988)

Details
The Bob-omb is a classic staple of the Super Mario franchise and is an explosive device. If you hit it with an attack, it will explode in your face. However, the best tactic is to pick it up and throw it at the opponents. However, if you hold it for too long, it will explode. If nobody picks one up, after a short while, it will start walking about the stage until it either hits a person, or it runs out of time and consequently blows up
Bumper

Name: Bumper

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. (1999)

Details
The bumper, a common staple of Super Smash Bros., has made a return. This time, with a brand new design. Like before, if you make contact with the bumper, it will send you flying in the opposite direction at great speed.
Bunny Hood

Name: Bunny Hood

Game Series: The Legend of Zelda
First Appearance: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)

Details
The Bunny Hood makes a return, utilising the same effects that it did in Melee & Brawl. Once the item is picked up, the wearer will put the Bunny Hood onto their head. With this, they get extra powers. Their Speed is increased and they are able to jump higher and farther. .
Deku Nut

Name: Deku Nut

Game Series: The Legend of Zelda
First Appearance: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)

Details
The Deku Nut makes a return, utilising the same effects that it did in Brawl. Once thrown, the item will stun any character in the viscinity for a few seconds with a flash.
Dragoon

Name: Dragoon

Game Series: Kirby
First Appearance: Kirby's Air Ride (2003)

Details
The Dragoon makes a return in the game. This item works the same as before, with several pieces appearing on the stage, requiring collection to access the item. If all three items are collected by one player, the Dragoon is created and can be used to take out an enemy.
Fire Flower

Name: Fire Flower

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario Bros. (1985)

Details
The Fire Flower from the Super Mario Bros. series makes a return appearance. Like in the previous games, once you pick up the item, you have the ability to throw a constant stream of fire out for a short time. This fire damages and burns anyone with whom it comes in contact.
Food

Name: Food

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Melee (2001)

Details
There are various kinds of food that will be scattered around the level at various times. These take on the look of many real life dishes and are essentially 2D pictures of it. If you pick it up, each bit will heal a small amount of damage.
Franklin Badge

Name: Franklin Badge

Game Series: Earthbound
First Appearance: Mother (1989)

Details
The Franklin Badge makes its return appearance within this game, with the same effect as Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Once you pick it up, you character will put it on. For the time that the badge is on, any and all projectiles shot or thrown at your character are reflected back.
Freezie

Name: Freezie

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Mario Bros. (1983)

Details
An item from the classic Mario Bros. makes a welcome return. This item is one that requires throwing to activate. Should it hit any opposing player, the item will freeze them and potentially throw them in the air.
Golden Hammer

Name: Golden Hammer

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Wrecking Crew. (1985)

Details
The rare form of the Hammer item makes its second appearance in the Super Smash Bros. Series. When picked up, the holder will start swinging it quickly, causing massive damage and knockback to anyone it hits. It also has the ability to make the use float for a short time. However, it sometimes malfunctions and doesn't do any damage when the user hits someone.
Gooey Bomb

Name: Gooey Bomb

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Details
This strange item makes its return appearance in Super Smash Bros. When thrown, if it attaches to someone, it will start a silent countdown until it explodes. However, if the person to whom it is stuck passes another player, the Gooey Bomb will move and attach itself onto that other player.
Hammer

Name: Hammer

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Donkey Kong (1981)

Details
This classic item makes its fourth appearance in Super Smash Bros. Like previous games, when the player gets the hammer, they will begin moving frenzily along, swinging the hammer up and down endeavouring to hit an opponent. If anyone is hit by the hammer, chances are they will be knocked out.
Heart Container

Name: Heart Container

Game Series: The Legend of Zelda
First Appearance: The Legend of Zelda (1986)

Details
This classic item makes its fourth appearance in Super Smash Bros, with the appearance of its incarnation in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. This item is a healing item. If you manage to grab it, it will heal up to 100% worth of damage.
Home-run Bat

Name: Home-run Bat

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. (1999)

Details
The Home-Run bat makes a return in this game, albeit with a radical redesign. Rather than being a standard baseball bat, it is now black with a felt handle. Like before, it does simple damage when you hit someone, but when you use it as a smash attack, if it hits it will guarantee that the opponent will fly off the screen and be knocked out. However, the charge time for the Smash attack gives them enough warning to get away, or to hit you, so you have to plan it wisely
Hothead

Name: Hothead

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario World (1990)

Details
An enemy from the Mario games since Super Mario World, Hothead acts similar to the shells. Once picked up, Hothead can be thrown and once it lands, it will start circling the stage, causing decent damage and knockback to anybody that it hits.
Lightning Bolt

Name: Lightning Bolt

Game Series: Mario Kart
First Appearance: Super Mario Kart (1992)

Details
This classic item from the Mario Kart series makes its second appearance in Super Smash Bros. Like its use in Mario Kart, once the bolt is picked up, bolts of lightning will come down and strike the enemies, shrinking them temporarily. This makes it easier for you to knock them out.
Lip's Stick

Name: Lip's Stick

Game Series: Panel de Pon
First Appearance: Panel de Pon (1995)

Details
Lip's Stick makes a welcome re-appearance, utilising the same effect it had in Melee & Brawl. When used, the player can utilise it as a melee weapon similar to the Beam Sword or Home-Run Bat. When you hit an opponent with it, it does a small amount of damage, but causes the opponent's head to become embedded with a flower. This flower slowly saps the health away from the enemy and can be made larger and more damaging with multiple hits
Maxim Tomato

Name: Maxim Tomato

Game Series: Kirby
First Appearance: Kirby's Dream Land (1992)

Details
The Maxim Tomato re-appears again. Like the Heart Container, the Maxim Tomato is a recovery item. If you go up to the Maxim Tomato and grab it, you will be healed of 50% of damage.
Metal Box

Name: Metal Box

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario 64 (1996)

Details
The Metal Box also makes a return appearance. Like in the Melee & Brawl, when the player picks this item up, their character becomes Metal. This causes them to fall less when hit, to fall faster when jumping, and to have shorter jumps. It also makes recovery after an attack a fair bit quicker.
Motion Sensor Bomb

Name: Motion Sensor Bomb

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Melee (2001)

Details
The Motion Sensor Bomb makes a welcome return, once again with a new look. This new look contains spikes and an ominous glow. It is also smaller than it has been in past games, making it a bit harder to see. When a person comes within a certain distance of it, it will explode.
Mr. Saturn

Name: Mr. Saturn

Game Series: Earthbound
First Appearance: Mother (1989)

Details
Mr. Saturn returns to Smash Bros. Like his previous appearances, he does very little. When he appears, he will start walking around the stage. This gives you the opportunity to pick him up. You can then throw him to cause small amounts of damage at the opponents.
Pitfall

Name: Pitfall

Game Series: Animal Crossing
First Appearance: Animal Crossing (2001)

Details
The Pitfall seed from Animal Crossing makes its second appearance as an item. Like in Animal Crossing, when you pick it up and place it in the ground, it will cause anyone who comes into contact with it to be stuck in the ground, or will fall through any platforms.
Poison Mushroom

Name: Poison Mushroom

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels (1986)

Details
The Poison Mushroom also makes a return appearance. Once it arrives on the stage, it will start moving forwards until it either hits someone, or falls off the edge. Anyone who is hit by the Poison Mushroom will shrink in size, making them easier to be knocked out.
Poké Ball

Name: Poké Ball

Game Series: Pokémon
First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

Details
As with all the previous Super Smash Bros. games, the new iterations include the special PokéBall item. When these items are thrown, they will release a random Pokémon which will use a move. These attacks do a variety of different damages and effects so you have to be prepared. What Pokémon is released? Well that's random, and some are rarer than others, so keep your eye out for them.

Click here for a list of PokéBall Pokémon
Ray Gun

Name: Ray Gun

Game Series: Super Smash Bros
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. (1999)

Details
The Ray Gun makes its return in this game. Like previous games, it has featured another redesign which includes the Super Smash Bros logo at its tip. It's not currently known if it works exactly the same as in previous games.
Screw Attack

Name: Screw Attack

Game Series: Metroid
First Appearance: Metroid (1987)

Details
The Screw Attack item returns with the same effect as before. While this item is attached after being picked up, when jumping your character will curl up and spin, causing damage to anyone that is caught in it. These act as each of your jumps so you can do some decent damage.
Smart Bomb

Name: Smart Bomb

Game Series: Starfox
First Appearance: Starfox (1993)

Details
The Smart Bomb item, commonly used in Arwings in the Starfox series, makes its second Super Smash Bros appearance here. Once you pick the item up, you can immediately throw it. Once it lands or hits anything, it will explode creating a massive explosion shockwave that will damage anyone caught within the blast radius.
Smash Ball

Name: Smash Ball

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Details
The Smash Ball makes a welcome return to Smash Bros. and retains its use. This item needs to be repeatedly attacked in order to break it. The person who breaks it then has access to their Final Smash attack, but the Smash Ball can be knocked out of them if enough force is used on them.
Smoke Ball

Name: Smoke Ball

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Details
The Smoke Ball makes its second Super Smash Bros. appearance here. It is an item that cannot physically damage. However, once picked up and thrown and thus activated, it will start dispersing wafts of multi-coloured smoke that is intended to obscure the view of the opponents and even yourself when in the radius of the Smoke Ball. It can also be attached to players
Soccer Ball

Name: Soccer Ball

Game Series: Nintendo Sports
First Appearance: Soccer (1985)

Details
The generic Soccer Ball makes it appearance in Brawl. Unlike most items, it cannot be picked up. Instead, the Soccer Ball reacts to the attacks, such as kicks to it. When it is attacked, it goes flying a short distance, decimating anyone within its path. It's quite powerful, but near impossible to aim
Spring

Name: Spring

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Donkey Kong (1981)

Details
The Spring makes its first appearance in Smash Bros. doing what it does best. The Spring allows you to propel yourself high into the sky if you jump on it. You have the ability to pick it up and move it if you do so wish.
Starman

Name: Starman

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario Bros. (1985)

Details
The classic Super Mario Bros. item makes its return appearance in the Super Smash Bros. series. When it appears, it starts moving off in the direction its facing and will bounce slowly and end up bouncing off the stage if nobody comes in contact. Once you are hit by the Starman, it will make you invincible for a short time.
Star Rod

Name: Star Rod

Game Series: Kirby
First Appearance: Kirby's Adventure (1993)

Details
The classic Kirby item re-appears once more in Super Smash Bros. The Star Rod is a decent Melee weapon that you can use in order to hit the opponent. This causes decent knockback, throwing them up or down. However, if you use a Smash Attack with it, it will send out a projectile star out that does decent damage
Super Mushroom

Name: Super Mushroom

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
First Appearance: Super Mario Bros. (1985)

Details
The classic Super Mario Bros. item re-appears once more in Super Smash Bros. It's another item that doesn't require picking up and moves forwards once it appears. Once it hits a player, the player temporarily grows in size. This increases their weight and strength, making them a massive force to be reckoned with.
Super Scope

Name: Super Scope

Game Series: Nintendo Super Scope
First Appearance: Super Scope 6 (1992) First In-Game Appearance: Yoshi's Safari (1993)

Details
The SNES peripheral makes its third appearance as a Super Smash Bros. item. You can fire the Super Scope in various ways. First, you can rapid fire it, shooting out multiple small balls of energy. Or, alternatively, you can charge it. While charging, you can let go at any moment to shoot a ball that causes damage dependant on how long you've charged.
Superspicy Curry

Name: Superspicy Curry

Game Series: Kirby
First Appearance: Kirby's Adventure (1993)

Details
The Superspicy Curry makes its second Super Smash Bros. appearance. Once picked up and consumed, it causes the effect of making the player breathe fire due to its intense heat and spiciness. The fire is a constant for the length of the curry's effect and shoots out in multiple directions, even while you're attacking, so that you can get even more damage in on close-range attacks.
Team Healer

Name: Team Healer

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Details
The Team Healer item makes its second Super Smash Bros. Brawl appearance. Once you pick up the item, you can throw it at your team-mate in order to give them a health boost. You can also throw at your enemy for minimal damage, although it will also heal them.
Timer

Name: Timer

Game Series: Super Smash Bros.
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Details
The Timer also makes its second Super Smash Bros. appearance. Once picked up, this item will alter the fabric of space-time in the stage and cause play to either speed up or slow down for either yourself or the various other players.
Unira

Name: Unira

Game Series: Clu Clu Land
First Appearance: Clu Clu Land (1985)

Details
The Unira from the classic Clu Clu Land puzzle game makes its second Super Smash Bros appearance. Once released, it is essentially a round ball but soon after, its spikes come out. It can be moved by powerful attacks and usually sent flying a bit. Anyone hit by it will receive damage.
Warp Star

Name: Warp Star

Game Series: Kirby
First Appearance: Kirby's Dream Land (1992)

Details
The Warp Star makes its fourth appearance in the Super Smash Bros. game with its classic action. When picked up, the Warp Star will carry the player upwards, and then bring them crashing down to the stage, causing damage to anyone in the viscinity.

Containers

Barrels

Name: Capsule

Game Series: Super Smash Bros
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. (1999)

Details
The Barrels are a decent container. They hold multiple items within them. However, when you throw them along the ground, they will roll until they hit someone. They do decent damage, and have a habit of exploding. They come in several varieties depending on the stage you are on including Wooden, Party and Sci-Fi. However, they all have the same effect
Capsule

Name: Capsule

Game Series: Super Smash Bros
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. (1999)

Details
Capsules make a welcome return, but this time with a shrunken down redesign. They hold one item and are opened by throwing them to the ground or into people. However, despite that, like the other Item containers, they also have a habit of exploding every now and again
Chest

Name: Chest

Game Series: Kid Icarus
First Appearance: Kid Icarus Uprising (2011)

Details
The Chest's features are currently unknown. It may be a container of items, b ut this is not currently clear. Based on its Kid Icarus Uprising design, but with the Smash Bros. logo on it, one also features as the enemy Mimicutie in the Smash Run mode
Crates

Name: Crate

Game Series: Super Smash Bros
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. (1999)

Details
The Crate are a decent container. Like Barrels, they hold multiple items within them. However, with some, when on a slope, you have the ability to slide down on them to crash them into someone. They do decent damage, and have a habit of exploding. They come in several varieties depending on the stage you are on including Wooden, Party and Sci-Fi. However, they all have the same effect
Sandbag

Name: Sandbag

Game Series: Super Smash Bros
First Appearance: Super Smash Bros. Melee (2001)

Details
The Sandbag makes its return appearance as an item. The Sandbag doesn't do any damage but can take the attacks very well into being blown off the stage. If you hit it really hard however, another item may come out
 
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