amiibo Training Guides

The Amiibo Dojo first opened its doors in August 2015 and carved itself a unique niche as the only website specializing in amiibo training guides! The Amiibo Dojo was dissolved into Exion in 2019, but its efforts continue to this very day: we’re back and better than ever with a new set of training guides for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate! If you’ve never trained an amiibo before, check out our list of 8 things you should know before you start.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Here’s a complete list of our Super Smash Bros. Ultimate amiibo training guides. Our new & updated format includes information on how to train both competitive and Raid Boss FPs, so you’ve come to the right place if either of those suit your fancy! The characters below are listed in alphabetical order.

Banjo & KazooieBayonettaBowserBowser Jr.BylethCaptain FalconChrom – CloudCorrin – Daisy – Dark Pit – Dark Samus – Diddy Kong – Donkey Kong – Dr. Mario – Duck Hunt – Falco – Fox – GanondorfGreninjaHero – Ice Climbers – IkeIncineroarInklingIsabelle – Jigglypuff – JokerKenKing DededeKing K. Rool – Kirby – Link – Little MacLucarioLucas – Lucina – Luigi – Mario – Marth – Mega Man – Meta Knight – Mewtwo – Mii BrawlerMii GunnerMii Swordfighter – Min Min – Mr. Game & Watch – Ness – OlimarPac-ManPalutena – Peach – Pichu – PikachuPiranha PlantPitPokémon Trainer – Pyra / Mythra – R.O.B.RichterRidleyRobinRosalina & Luma – Roy – Ryu – Samus – Sephiroth – Sheik – ShulkSimonSnakeSonic – Steve – TerryToon LinkVillagerWarioWii Fit TrainerWolfYoshiYoung Link – Zelda – Zero Suit Samus

We’ve also got several more miscellaneous guides available, including ones on general training, mobile .bin file backup, Powersaves .bin file backup, amiibo personalities, spam control, Spirits, quick level-up, taunting, and entering tournaments. And if you haven’t looked at the amiibo Wiki already, you absolutely should! It’s a great resource for new trainers looking to learn more about the metagame.

Super Smash Bros. 4

We’ve also got training guides available for every FP in Super Smash Bros. 4. We aren’t sure why anybody is still playing this game – let alone training an amiibo in it – so perhaps you could consider this as more of an historical archive than a practical one.

BayonettaBowserBowser Jr.Captain FalconCharizardCloudCorrinDark PitDiddy KongDonkey KongDr. MarioDuck HuntFalcoFoxGanondorfGreninjaIkeJigglypuffKing DededeKirbyLinkLittle MacLucarioLucasLucinaLuigiMarioMarthMega ManMeta KnightMewtwoMii BrawlerMii GunnerMii SwordfighterMr. Game & WatchNessOlimarPac-ManPalutenaPeachPikachuPitR.O.B.RobinRosalina & LumaRoyRyuSamusSheikShulkSonicToon LinkVillagerWarioWii Fit TrainerYoshiZeldaZero Suit Samus

The Super Smash Bros. 4 amiibo training guide project began in August 2015 and was finally completed in late 2017. These were the first amiibo guides ever released, which is quite a momentous achievement! Special thanks to FarmingSim, Arklaine, Supernova, DONkLE, and MegaVGmaster for their wonderful contributions and commitment. If you’d like to read some more recent posts, check out the Index! It’s home to all of our original essays, articles, and guides, give it a look when you have the chance.

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