Welcome to the competitive amiibo training community’s official tier list for the Spirits format! The placements you see here are all based on tournament data from the Spirit Amiibo Matchups server — in other words, this is their list being reposted here. You’re always welcome to join their server and enter tournaments to help provide more accurate data, too! Exion also hosts a vanilla tier list and a Raid Boss tier list, if either of those interest you.
Welcome to Exion’s official Raid Boss tier list! Raid Bosses haven’t always been a thing — the term first popped up in 2020 after being coined by the popular YouTuber Choctopus. Since then, the phrase “Raid Boss” has come to refer to Figure players who have been specifically to take on human opponents. As you might expect, some characters do this job better than others. That being said, every fighter – even the ones ranked dead last – is wholly capable of utterly crushing a human player who doesn’t know what they’re doing. With that in mind, the best Raid Bosses listed here are the ones that are least exploitable by skilled Smashers.
Welcome to the competitive amiibo training community’s official Super Smash Bros. Ultimate amiibo tier list! Exion has been maintaining this list since the Super Smash Bros. 4 iteration back in 2015. All official update slates and discussions take place on our Discord server – the home of the amiibo training community – so we recommend joining to stay up-to-date! This tier list covers vanilla amiibo, which means no Spirits. If you were looking for a tier list that covers a different format, we have three more: one for Super Smash Bros. 4, one for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Raid Bosses, and one for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Spirits.