amiibo Training Guides

The Amiibo Dojo first opened its doors in August 2015, carving itself a unique niche as the only website specializing in Super Smash Bros. 4 amiibo training guides. Though the Amiibo Dojo has since dissolved into the Exion Vault name, the community is back and better than ever with a new collection of guides for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate!

Our Super Smash Bros. 4 amiibo training guides have been moved to the Amiibo Dojo Vault for safekeeping. Using information in these guides to train amiibo in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is not recommended, as the AI has been heavily reworked. Please refer to the general amiibo training guide for more tips. Additional information on amiibo personality types can be found here.

Character List

Banjo & Kazooie – Bayonetta – Bowser – Bowser Jr. – Byleth – Captain Falcon – Chrom – CloudCorrin – Daisy – Dark Pit – Dark Samus – Diddy Kong – Donkey Kong – Dr. Mario – Duck Hunt – Falco – Fox – Ganondorf – Greninja – Hero – Ice Climbers – Ike – IncineroarInklingIsabelle – Jigglypuff – Joker – Ken – King DededeKing K. Rool – Kirby – Link – Little Mac – Lucario – Lucas – Lucina – Luigi – Mario – Marth – Mega Man – Meta Knight – Mewtwo – Mii Brawler – Mii GunnerMii Swordfighter – Mr. Game & Watch – Ness – Olimar – Pac-Man – Palutena – Peach – Pichu – PikachuPiranha PlantPitPokémon Trainer – R.O.B. – RichterRidleyRobinRosalina & Luma – Roy – Ryu – Samus – Sheik – ShulkSimonSnakeSonic – Terry – Toon Link – Villager – Wario – Wii Fit Trainer – Wolf – Yoshi – Young Link – Zelda – Zero Suit Samus

Given that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate includes well over seventy characters (and counting), we don’t have guides available on each one just yet. The posts are written by Cloud and [sometimes] Leaf with input from many other credible trainers. If the fighter you want to train isn’t on this list, please join our Discord server — we’d be happy to help you out. And if you’re new to the scene, check out the amiibo Wiki for more helpful information. Happy training!