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* SilentAntagonist: As in the ''Metroid Prime'' series, she never speaks.

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* SilentAntagonist: As in the ''Metroid Prime'' series, she never speaks. ''Unlike'' the ''Prime'' games, she doesn't even have VoiceGrunting.


First appearing as an alternate skin for Peach, Daisy finally throws her crown in the Smashing scene, being the first new Echo Fighter to be confirmed for ''Ultimate''. She fights ''exactly'' like her companion Peach - but with various aesthetic differences to suit her own personaility and theme.

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First appearing as an alternate skin for Peach, Daisy finally throws her crown in the Smashing scene, being the first new Echo Fighter to be confirmed for ''Ultimate''. She fights ''exactly'' almost exactly like her companion Peach - Peach, but with various aesthetic her own largely cosmetic differences to suit that emphasize her own personaility and theme. personality.



* CosmeticallyDifferentSides: She is considered a completely separate character from Peach - but with all the same abilites and moves.



* MovesetClone: Arguably the most exaggerated example of the trope in the series. She has the exact same moveset with absolutely no gameplay related differences whatsoever (aside from her unique animations shifting her hurtboxes). Her [[BuffySpeak cloneliness]] is so bad, she even gets called Peach accidentally by commentators at tournaments - much to her fans' annoyances.

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* MovesetClone: Arguably the most exaggerated example of the trope in the series. She has possesses the exact same moveset as Peach with absolutely no gameplay related differences whatsoever (aside from her unique changed animations shifting and effects to suit her hurtboxes). Her [[BuffySpeak cloneliness]] is so bad, she even gets called Peach accidentally by commentators at tournaments - much to her fans' annoyances. personality. The only gameplay changes are very slightly shifted hurtboxes or hitboxes on a few animations.



* MovesetClone: Of Ryu, and arguably the TropeCodifier himself. [[{{Irony}} Funnily enough]], he's the ''least'' clone-y of all the Echo Fighters; he walks and runs a little bit faster than his source character and he packs several new moves that Ryu lacks and vice-versa.

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* MovesetClone: Of Ryu, and arguably the TropeCodifier himself. [[{{Irony}} Funnily enough]], he's the ''least'' clone-y of all the Echo Fighters; he walks and runs a little bit faster than his source character and he packs several new moves that Ryu lacks and vice-versa. Not only does this make him the most distinctive Echo, he's almost a fully-fledged semi-clone.


* BoringButPractical: She doesn't have the high damaging sweetspots that Marth has, but as a result she has no sourspots, making her a very consistent character with a lot of safe moves. This is more notable in ''Ultimate'', where if a Marth mispaces, he'll be punished hard, whereas Lucina doesn't have to worry about that.

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* BoringButPractical: She doesn't have the high damaging highly damaging, explosively powerful sweetspots that Marth has, but as a result she has no sourspots, making her a very more consistent character with a lot of safe moves. This is more notable in ''Ultimate'', where if a Marth mispaces, he'll be punished hard, whereas Lucina doesn't have to worry about that.Attacks such as her forward smash and back air are always reliable kill moves.


* MovesetClone: Lucina's moveset is a carbon copy of Marth's, though she lacks the sweetspot/sourspot mechanic on her hitboxes. This makes her more consistent with her damage output and easier to use while also being slightly less powerful.

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* MovesetClone: Lucina's moveset is a carbon copy of Marth's, though she lacks the sweetspot/sourspot mechanic on her hitboxes. This makes her more consistent with her damage output and makes her a slightly easier to use character while also being slightly less powerful.



* DecompositeCharacter: He was inspired by Pit's FallenAngel alt. in ''Brawl'', and in ''4'' becomes his own character despite being a MovesetClone. ''Ultimate'' splits this difference by making him an Echo Fighter (so he and Pit will ultimately fight identically but Dark Pit will possess unique non-gameplay characteristics that set him apart).

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* DecompositeCharacter: He was inspired by Pit's FallenAngel alt. in ''Brawl'', and in ''4'' becomes his own character despite being a MovesetClone. ''Ultimate'' splits this difference by making him an Echo Fighter (so he and Pit will ultimately fight identically but Dark Pit will possess unique non-gameplay characteristics that set him apart).



* MovesetClone: Of Samus, having different animations but the same moveset as her. Functionally, they are identical, with the exceptions being elemental properties (Samus deals fire damage with certain moves, while Dark Samus deals electric damage), and some shifted hitboxes (Dark Samus' forward-smash has less range, while her up-smash can reach opponents lower to the ground).

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* MovesetClone: Of Samus, having different animations but the same moveset as her. Functionally, they are identical, with the exceptions being elemental properties (Samus deals fire damage with certain moves, while Dark Samus deals electric damage), and some shifted hitboxes (Dark Samus' forward-smash has slightly less range, while her up-smash can reach opponents slightly lower to the ground).



First appearing as an alternate skin for Peach, Daisy finally throws her crown in the Smashing scene, being the first new Echo Fighter to be confirmed for ''Ultimate''. She fights almost exactly like her companion Peach, but with her own largely cosmetic differences that emphasize her own personality.

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First appearing as an alternate skin for Peach, Daisy finally throws her crown in the Smashing scene, being the first new Echo Fighter to be confirmed for ''Ultimate''. She fights almost exactly ''exactly'' like her companion Peach, Peach - but with her own largely cosmetic various aesthetic differences that emphasize to suit her own personality.personaility and theme.



* AssKicksYou: In Daisy Bomber, her variant of Peach's Peach Bomber attack. The two can even collide for a flowery heart explosion. Unlike Peach, Daisy winks when performing her back aerial, adding insult to injury.

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* AssKicksYou: In Daisy Bomber, her variant of Peach's Peach Bomber attack. The two can even collide for a flowery heart explosion. Unlike Peach, Daisy winks when performing her Flying Hip back aerial, adding insult to injury.



* CosmeticallyDifferentSides: She is considered a completely separate character from Peach - but with all the same abilites and moves.



* LimitBreak: Daisy Blossom, which is functionally identical to Peach's Final Smash, but instead of giant peaches, giant daisies appear on the stage.
* MovesetClone: She possesses the exact same moveset as Peach with changed animations and effects to suit her personality. The only gameplay changes are very slightly shifted hurtboxes or hitboxes on a few animations.

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* LimitBreak: Daisy Blossom, which is functionally identical to Peach's Final Smash, but instead of giant peaches, giant daisies appear on the stage.
stage - and has a floral theme with animated images of herself.
* MovesetClone: Arguably the most exaggerated example of the trope in the series. She possesses has the exact same moveset as Peach with changed with absolutely no gameplay related differences whatsoever (aside from her unique animations and effects to suit shifting her personality. The only gameplay changes are very slightly shifted hurtboxes or hitboxes on a few animations.hurtboxes). Her [[BuffySpeak cloneliness]] is so bad, she even gets called Peach accidentally by commentators at tournaments - much to her fans' annoyances.



* MovesetClone: Of Ryu, and arguably the TropeCodifier himself. [[{{Irony}} Funnily enough]], he's the ''least'' clone-y of all the Echo Fighters; he moves a little bit faster than his source character and he packs several new moves that Ryu lacks and vice-versa. Not only does this make him the most distinctive Echo, it almost puts him on par with some of the fully-fledged semi-clone fighters like Dr. Mario and Pichu.vice-versa.

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* MovesetClone: Of Ryu, and arguably the TropeCodifier himself. [[{{Irony}} Funnily enough]], he's the ''least'' clone-y of all the Echo Fighters; he moves walks and runs a little bit faster than his source character and he packs several new moves that Ryu lacks and vice-versa. Not only does this make him the most distinctive Echo, it almost puts him on par with some of the fully-fledged semi-clone fighters like Dr. Mario and Pichu.vice-versa.


->''"[[MemeticMutation Hi I'm Daisy!]]"''

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->''"[[MemeticMutation Hi I'm Daisy!]]"''


->''"[[MemeticMutatiom Hi I'm Daisy!]]"''

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->''"[[MemeticMutatiom ->''"[[MemeticMutation Hi I'm Daisy!]]"''



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->''"[[MemeticMutatiom Hi I'm Daisy!]]"''

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* UpliftedAnimal: She started off as a Metroid before being exposed to enough Phazon to turn it into Metroid Prime, which then absorbed Samus's Phazon Suit and her DNA, giving her both a humanoid form and sapience.

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* AdaptationalBadass: While she hasn't been kidnapped as much as Peach and she's been shown to have some fighting-capability in her home series, Daisy is usually more involved in sports, parties and kart-racing and rarely gets to show it. In ''Smash'', she is an Echo Fighter of Peach, another AdaptationalBadass.

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* BoringButPractical: She doesn't have the high damaging sweetspots that Marth has, but as a result she has no sourspots, making her a very consistent character with a lot of safe moves. This is more notable in ''Ultimate'', where if a Marth mispaces, he'll be punished hard, whereas Lucina doesn't have to worry about that.


* SuicideAttack: Chrom's Up Special, Soaring Slash, has a meteor spike powerful enough to drag opponents to the lower blast zone if performed offstage, like Ike's Aether. What makes it different as a kill move compared to Aether is that not only is it faster than Aether, but Chrom packs the speed and combo game to chain into an offstage Soaring Slash. Just like Aether, Chrom almost always dies second if he kills an opponent this way, making it a viable tactic on the final stock.

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* SuicideAttack: Chrom's Up Special, Soaring Slash, has a meteor spike powerful enough to drag opponents to the lower blast zone if performed offstage, like Ike's Aether. What makes it different as a kill move compared to Aether is that not only is it faster than Aether, but Chrom packs the speed and combo game to chain into an offstage Soaring Slash. Just like Aether, Chrom almost always dies second if he kills an opponent In the base game, this way, making it was an incredibly effective way to score a viable tactic KO and win even on the final stock.last stock, as Chrom would die second, but this was later patched to tone down the effectiveness of the spike and make Chrom die first instead.


* CosmeticallyDifferentSides: Daisy's a separate character, but her moves and stats are all the same as Peach's.



* MovesetClone: She possesses the exact same moveset as Peach with changed animations and effects to suit her personality.

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* MovesetClone: She possesses the exact same moveset as Peach with changed animations and effects to suit her personality. The only gameplay changes are very slightly shifted hurtboxes or hitboxes on a few animations.



* MovesetClone: Of Ryu, and arguably the TropeCodifier himself. [[{{Irony}} Funnily enough]], he's the ''least'' clone-y of all the Echo Fighters; he moves a little bit faster than his source character and he packs some new moves that Ryu lacks and vice-versa.

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* MovesetClone: Of Ryu, and arguably the TropeCodifier himself. [[{{Irony}} Funnily enough]], he's the ''least'' clone-y of all the Echo Fighters; he moves a little bit faster than his source character and he packs some several new moves that Ryu lacks and vice-versa. Not only does this make him the most distinctive Echo, it almost puts him on par with some of the fully-fledged semi-clone fighters like Dr. Mario and Pichu.vice-versa.


First appearing as an alternate skin for Peach, Daisy finally throws her crown in the Smashing scene, being the first new Echo Fighter to be confirmed for ''Ultimate''. She fights almost exactly like her companion Peach, but with her own mostly cosmetic differences that emphasize her own personality.

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First appearing as an alternate skin for Peach, Daisy finally throws her crown in the Smashing scene, being the first new Echo Fighter to be confirmed for ''Ultimate''. She fights almost exactly like her companion Peach, but with her own mostly largely cosmetic differences that emphasize her own personality.



*CosmeticallyDifferentSides: Daisy's a separate character, but her moves and stats are all the same as Peach's.



* MovesetClone: She possesses the exact same moveset as Peach with changed animations and effects to suit her personality. The only gameplay changes are very slightly shifted hurtboxes or hitboxes on a few animations.

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* MovesetClone: She possesses the exact same moveset as Peach with changed animations and effects to suit her personality. The only gameplay changes are very slightly shifted hurtboxes or hitboxes on a few animations.



* CompositeCharacter: He's primarily an Echo Fighter of Roy (making him share similarities with Marth by extension), though he also has a slightly different version of Ike's Up Special. Unlike Ike, Chrom doesn’t throw his sword up in the air, but uppercuts first while holding onto his sword before going for the flip and downward slash. This makes the move slightly faster at the cost of worse horizontal recovery. He also has a different Final Smash from either of them. His slashes also sound heavy like Ike's, unlike the more sharp noises Roy and Marth have.

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* CompositeCharacter: He's primarily an Echo Fighter of Roy (making him share similarities with Marth by extension), though he also has a slightly different version of Ike's Up Special. Unlike Ike, Chrom doesn’t throw his sword up in the air, but uppercuts first while holding onto his sword before going for the flip and downward slash. This makes the move slightly faster at the cost of worse horizontal recovery. He also has a different Final Smash from either of them. His slashes also sound heavy like Ike's, unlike the more sharp noises Roy and Marth have.



* MovesetClone: Of Ryu, and arguably the TropeCodifier himself. [[{{Irony}} Funnily enough]], he's the ''least'' clone-y of all the Echo Fighters; he moves a little bit faster than his source character and he packs several new moves that Ryu lacks and vice-versa. Not only does this make him the most distinctive Echo, it almost puts him on par with some of the fully-fledged semi-clone fighters like Dr. Mario and Pichu.

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* MovesetClone: Of Ryu, and arguably the TropeCodifier himself. [[{{Irony}} Funnily enough]], he's the ''least'' clone-y of all the Echo Fighters; he moves a little bit faster than his source character and he packs several some new moves that Ryu lacks and vice-versa. Not only does this make him the most distinctive Echo, it almost puts him on par with some of the fully-fledged semi-clone fighters like Dr. Mario and Pichu.vice-versa.


** One of her alternate color schemes resembles the Phazon Suit from ''Prime'', the suit that the dying Metroid Prime stole from Samus to live, and another resembles the Dark Suit from ''Echoes'', the suit that Samus wore when she fought her on Dark Aether.

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** One of her alternate color schemes resembles the Phazon Suit from ''Prime'', the suit that the dying Metroid Prime stole from Samus to live, and another resembles the Dark Suit from ''Echoes'', the suit that Samus wore when she fought her on Dark Aether.live.


** His debut text "TURNS UP THE HEAT" is a reference to ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', where Ken says "Come on! Let's turn up the heat!" during his pre-battle intro. He even says "Come on!" right before the splash page transition.

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** His debut text "TURNS UP THE HEAT" is a reference to ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', where Ken says "Come on! Let's turn up the heat!" during his pre-battle intro. He even says "Come on!" right before the splash page transition.

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