}} Ezio Auditore da Firenze is one of the main characters from the Assassin's Creed franchise. Making his second playable fighting game appearance after the infamous Soul Calibur V back in 2012, he would be a playable DLC Fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Great Fray Smash Bros. Special in Japan) alongside the Heroes of their franchise of origin in a similar way on how the Koopalings and the Dragon Quest heroes are playable in the game.


P.S.: Parts of the moves are taken from this, this and the like (albeit with some changes).

Basic Moves

Neutral Special - Throws 1 Knife (Same range as needles of Sheik, Can be Charged and Stacked up to 15 Hitbox Active Frame 12, Total Frames 38) (3.0% Base Damage)

Up Special- Grapple Hook (Active Frame 7 (No Hitbox) Total Frames 30)

Standing Side Special - Sword Slash (Hitbox Active Frames 10/15/21, Slash 3 times on activation, Total Frames 50) (3.0%/5.0%/7.0% Base Damage)

Dashing Side Special - Tackle (Command Grab Hitbox Active Frames 12-18, Total Frames 38) (10% Base Damage)

Down Special - Counter (Active Frames 3-7 as a grab, High End Lag ‘Total Frames 50’, 35% - 60% 'dependent on countered move knockback' damage that forces opponent to go prone, Executes at 150%+) (Counter ‘Attack’ Hitbox Active Frames 3-5 ‘Total Frames 60’)

Jab 1 - Hitbox Active Frame 2-3 (2.5% Base Damage) Jab 2 - Hitbox Active Frame 4-5 (2.5% Base Damage) Jab 3 - Hitbox Active Frame 4-6, Total Frames 23 (5.0% Base Damage)

Forward Tilt - Hitbox Active Frame 8-10, Total Frames 34 (5.0% Base Damage)

Up Tilt - Hitbox Active Frame 9-12, Total Frames 26 (3.5% Base Damage)

Down Tilt - Hitbox Active Frame 7, Total Frames 28 (4.0% Base Damage)

Dash Attack - Hitbox Active Frame 18-27, Total Frames 52, 58 On Hit (10% Base Damage)

Forward Smash - Hitbox Active Frame 16-19, Total Frames 40 (14.0% ‘22.0%’ Base Damage)

Up Smash - Hitbox Active Frame 11/16, Total Frames 50 (15.0%/10% Base Damage)

Down Smash - Hitbox Active Frame 11, Total Frames 47 (15.0% Base Damage)

Neutral Air - Hitbox Active Frame 3, 7 Frames of Landing Lag, 50 Total Frames (Autocancels on Frames 1-2 and 32 onward) (6.0%/4.0% Base Damage) (Early/Late)

Forward Air - Hitbox Active Frame 5, 5 Frames of Landing Lag, 35 Total Frames (Autocancels on Frames 1-4 and 11 onward) (3.5%/4.0% Base Damage) (Early/Late)

Back Air - Hitbox Active Frame 7, 10 Frames of Landing Lag, 32 Total Frames (Autocancels on Frames 1-3 and 31 onward) (7.0%/6.5% Base Damage) (Early/Late)

Up Air - Hitbox Active Frame 9-10/12-13, 15 Frames of Landing Lag, 35 Total Frames (Autocancels on Frames 1-8 and 27 onward) (3.0%/6.0%)

Down Air - Hitbox Active Frame 14-16, 20 Frames of Landing Lag, 55 Total Frames (Autocancels on Frames 1-2 and 48 onward) (10% Base Damage)

Grab - Hitbox Active Frame 8, Total Frames 34

Dash Grab - Hitbox Active Frame 11, Total Frames 42

Pivot Grab - Hitbox Active Frame 9, Total Frames 37

Pummel - Hitbox Active Frame 1, Total Frames 27 (1.3% Base Damage)

Forward Throw - Hitbox Active Frame 20/22, Total Frames 39 (4.5%/2.0% Base Damage)

Backward Throw - Hitbox Active Frame 15/17, Total Frames 35 (4.5%/2.0% Base Damage)

Up Throw - Hitbox Active Frame 19/21, Total Frames 49 (3.0%/3.0% Base Damage)

Down Throw - Hitbox Active Frame 17/18, Total Frames 40 (3.0%/3.0% Base Damage)

Spot Dodge - Invulnerable on Frames 3-14, Total Frames 18/23

Forward Roll - Invulnerable on Frames 4-12, Total Frames 26

Backward Roll - Invulnerable on Frames 4-14, Total Frames 32

Neutral Air Dodge - Invulnerable on Frames 2-26, 10 Frames of Landing Lag, Total Frames 44

Air Dodge, Down - Invulnerable on Frames 2-19, 11-19 Frames of Landing Lag, Total Frames 63

Air Dodge, Diagonally Down - Invulnerable on Frames 2-19, 11-19 Frames of Landing Lag, Total Frames 67

Air Dodge, Left/Right - Invulnerable on Frames 2-19, 11-19 Frames of Landing Lag, Total Frames 74

Air Dodge, Diagonally Up - Invulnerable on Frames 2-19, 11-19 Frames of Landing Lag, Total Frames 85

Air Dodge, Up - Invulnerable on Frames 2-19, 11-19 Frames of Landing Lag, Total Frames 93

Special Moves

B – HIDDEN BLADE – Ezio will reach out, grab his opponent or item and jam his hidden blade into them dealing DMG and causing them to fall to the floor. DMG: 10%

Side B – POSION – Ezio extends his arm and a small dart is fired from it- if it connects with a player, the poison acts quickly dealing small DMG over time but also causing that player to go berserk opponents must button mash to make the poison wear off and regain control of their character. the higher their DMG% is the harder it will be to regain control. DMG: 4%

Down B - SMOKE SCREEN BOMB - Ezio tosses a Bomb at the ground as it explodes it releases a large cloud of smoke obscuring the area he was standing in . pressing 'B' while inside the smoke screen will result in Ezio firing his hidden gun in the direction he is facing Ezio can fire his hidden gun as many times as he wants while in the smoke screen but it has a slow reaction time. another thing to note is while in the Smoke Screen players are impervious to Projectiles. the smoke screen lasts for 4 seconds. DMG: 14% (Gun)

Up B - HOOK BLADE - Ezio jumps upward revealing his Hook Blade, this attack will allow Ezio to latch onto walls enabling him to use the wall as a stepping stone- alternatively Ezio can hook onto foes, climb up them and push off of them sending them flying downward. DMG: 6%

Final Smash: An Apple's Assassin Assembly: It functions like Mega Legends, except with Assassin's Creed Heroes and Heroines. First off, Ezio whistles to summon each and every Assassin's Creed protagonist for the most powerful attack to hit the opponents. First, Ezio uses the Apple of Eden and this, holding 'B' will cause Ezio to use the apple, holding 'B' causes the Apple to active slowing down all movement, the apple casts a wave of golden light to expand from Ezio if the wave touches a player they will become in range- releasing 'B' will make the Apple attack the players in range. Shortly following the golden wave is a white wave- any player within the white wave range when the attack ends will receive HUGE DMG and HUGE knock back- however the Apple is a powerful device and will deal Ezio 1% DMG every second the 'B' button is pressed however after when 'B' isn't being pressed the apple will heal that DMG by 3% per second. Afterwards, Altaïr, Edward and the others help Ezio attack the opponents altogether by performing different kinds of Sword based attacks. Lastly, Ezio, alongside with each and every Assassin's Creed protagonist (while at the same time, they're on one of Edward's Pirate Ships, alongside with the opponents), perform a very powerful Sword Slash against their opponents, causing the opponents to get KO'd.

Classic Mode: Historical Journeys in the Making

His Classic Mode is mostly based on various Historical Moments (especially with them being adapted into the Assassin's Creed Universe).

  1. Mario, Simon and Joker (Stage: New Donk City)
  2. Marth, Lucina and Chrom (Stage: Masyaf)
  3. Link and Young Link (Stage: Pirate Ship)
  4. Chrom and Zelda (Stage: Rome)
  5. Dragon Quest Heroes (Stage: Arena)
  6. Rival Battle: Ike, Simon and Female Corrin (Stage: Great Plateau Tower)
  7. Isabelle and Richter (Stage: Kalos Pokémon League)
  8. 2nd Rival Battle: Sonic (a nod to both Ezio and Sonic being voiced by Roger Craig Smith in English), Cloud and Sheik (Stage: Skyloft)
  9. Final Boss: Ganondorf and Sephiroth (Stage: Great Plateau Tower)


Just like Emman's ideas if Jin and Chun-Li became DLC Fighters for the game, there would be multiple stages based on the Fighters' franchise of origin included instead of just one like everyone in the First Fighter's Pass did.


The fight takes place in the home city of Ezio, first seen in Assassin's Creed II.


The fight mostly takes place across Venice and it's many locations set there as they appear in all of Ezio's adventures (complete with many of the elements there being incorporated).


Similar to the Venice Stage, the fight mostly takes place there as it appears in all of Ezio's adventures throughout his games.


The fight takes place in the city of Constantinople aka Istanbul, as seen in Assassin's Creed: Revelations.


The fight takes place in this Syrian Mountain Municipality as it appears in the first Assassin's Creed game, with elements of it's other appearances.


The fight completely takes place within the Streets of Boston as it appears in Assassin's Creed III.

Victorian London

The fight completely takes place within the Streets of Victorian London as it appears in Assassin's Creed: Syndicate.

Temple of Amun

The right completely takes place within the Streets of Temple of Amun as it appears in Assassin's Creed: Origins.

Boxing Ring Name(s)

Kirby Hats

The Kirby Hats after Kirby absorbs each and every one of them would be based each and every Assassins' robes in hooded form.


  1. Richter wearing White and Grey Clothes and wielding a Katana (Spirit: Kadar Al-Sayf)
  2. A Brunette Marth wearing Red, Gold and Brown Clothes (Spirit: Richard the Lionheart)
  3. A Grey Haired Dr. Mario (Spirit: Alan Rikkin)
  4. A Blonde Female Wii Fit Trainer in a White Tank Top and Blue Pants (Spirit: Lucy Stillman)
  5. Ike wearing Red, Gold and Grey Clothes (Spirit: Leandros)
  6. A Black Haired Marth (Spirit: Yusuf Tazim)
  7. Chrom wearing Black and Grey Clothes (Spirit: Al Mualim)
  8. A Black Haired Zelda wearing Brown Clothes (Spirit: Dilara)
  9. Solid Snake wearing Brown Clothes (Spirit: Selim I)
  10. A Black Haired Marth wearing Red and Black Clothes (Spirit: Suleiman I)
  11. A Grey Haired Simon wearing Grey Clothes (Spirit: Manuel Palaiologos)
  12. A Brunette Lucina wearing White and Blue Clothes (Spirit: Élise Lafleur)
  13. Sheik wearing Dark Blue and Grey Clothes (Spirit: Aveline de Grandpré)
  14. A Brunette Male Pokèmon Trainer in Grey and Black Clothes (Spirit: Shaun Hastings)
  15. Marth wearing Brown Clothes (Spirit: Uberto Alberti)
  16. A White Haired Ganondorf wearing White and Brown Clothes (Spirit: Rodrigo Borgia)
  17. A Brunette Link wearing a Red Tunic, Black Pants and Black Boots (Spirit: Niccolò Machiavelli)
  18. Ganondorf wearing Black Clothes (Spirit: Girolamo Savonarola)
  19. A Strawberry Blonde Haired Zelda wearing a Purple Dress (Spirit: Caterina Sforza)
  20. A Grey Haired Solid Snake wearing Beige, Tan and Dark Grey Clothes (Spirit: William Miles)
  21. Richter Belmont wearing Black and Grey Clothes with Marth's Falchion (Spirit: Horacio de Heredia)
  22. Lucina wearing Purple and Gold Clothes (Spirit: Perina di Bastian)
  23. A Dark Skinned Ganondorf wearing Grey, Orange, Brown and Red Clothes (Spirit: Hamid)
  24. A Black Haired and Dark Tan Skinned Link wearing White, Red and Brown Clothes (Spirit: Arbaaz Mir)
  25. Link wearing White, Gold and Grey Clothes (Spirit: Jayadeep Mir)
  26. A Brown Haired and Dark Skinned Zelda wearing Red Clothes (Spirit: Pyara Kaur)

Reveal Trailer

For Ezio's reveal trailer, it'll be similar to the one with the Dragon Quest Heroes, except with him and the other Assassin's Creed protagonists.

Alternate Costumes

Alternate Playable Fighters

In a similar fashion to the Koopalings and the Dragon Quest Heroes, the other Fighters are Alternate Skins as opposed to Palette Swaps.

Ezio's Alternate Skins




  • "Do not test me." (In-battle quote)
  • "Face me!" (In-battle quote)
  • "Insieme per la vittoria!" (Intro quote)
  • "Sorry!" (In-battle quote)
  • "Andiamo!" (Intro quote)
  • "I heard your name once before, Hedgehog." (A Clash Quote to Sonic as a nod that they're both voiced by Roger Craig Smith in English)
  • "Liberty can be messy, but it is just priceless." (A Clash Quote to Solid Snake)
  • "Altaïr's secrets are not for you." (A Clash Quote to Bowser/Ganondorf/Ridley)
  • "I tried to warn you!" (Activating his Final Smash)
  • "You condemn what you do not understand." (Intro quote)
  • "Wait a minute, I met a Mad Scientist of Yours back then." (A clash quote to Sonic, also as a nod that Ezio appeared in the Sonic Twitter Takeover)
  • "Let us finish this!" (Activating his Final Smash)
  • "Vittoria agli Assassini." (Victory Quote)






Shao Jun


Mii Costumes

Mii Brawler

  • Asuri (Brawlhalla)
  • Bonk (Bonk's Adventure)
  • Ed (Tonic Trouble)
  • Panda (Just Dance)

Mii Gunner

  • Cassidy (Brawlhalla; has her Six-shooters included as Dual Wielded Guns for the Mii Gunner)
  • Lord Vraxx (Brawlhalla; has his Selenite Ray Guns included as Dual Wielded Guns for the Mii Gunner)
  • John Tanner (Driver)
  • Rex Colt (Far Cry)
  • Scott Monroe (Red Steel)

Mii Swordfighter

  • Barbara (Rayman)
  • Bödvar (Brawlhalla)
  • Brynn (Brawlhalla)
  • Emile (Valiant Hearts; has the Spoon he is wielding functioning as a Sword)
  • Sir Roland (Brawlhalla)

See Also

Other Ubisoft DLC Fighters

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