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'''Pokémon Stadium 2''' is a stage from ''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]''.
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'''Pokémon Stadium 2''' is a stage in the [[Wii]] video game ''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] ''and the [[Wii U]] version of ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U]]''. At the beginning of the fight, the stage is similar to the original Pokémon Stadium stage in ''[[Super Smash Bros. Melee]]'', though when the platform starts to transform, it turns into different environments.
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The stage shifts into either one of the different four formations, each one having a core theme. These different formations include Ice, Electric, Ground, and Flying. Each different stage will feature different unique [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]].
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==Formations==
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==='''Ice stage'''===
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[[File:Brawlice.png|thumb]]
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This formation makes the entire stage slippery. New platforms appear, which as expected are not only icy, though they're also sloped. While it's possible that Pokémon species can appear in the background, none have been seen in the revealed images. In the background there is a cabin which is covered in ice. Hidden inside the cabin is a real-life picture of a cat. Many fans speculate that the cat is [[Masahiro Sakurai]]'s (the director of the game).
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[[File:Brawlground.png|thumb]]
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==='''Ground stage'''===
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This formation causes a large dirt slope and an odd looking building to appear. It seems to be a digging site, as shovels and bones are scattered on this stage. In the background, [[Dugtrio]] and [[Cubone]] have been seen. The mentioned building has two pass through platforms, with the upper one being smaller than the lower one.
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[[File:Brawl flying.png|thumb]]
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==='''Flying stage'''===
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This stage is just a single platform, though for whatever reason the gravity changes and all of the characters is given dramatically boosted jumping abilities. In the background the player can see windmills, as well as [[Skarmory]] and [[Drifloon]].
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[[File:Brawlelectric.png|thumb]]
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==='''Electric stage'''===
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There are only two conveyor belts that apparently make it harder to fight and the two [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]], [[Electivire]] and [[Magnezone]] can be seen in the background.
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===''Super Smash Bros. for Wii U'' change===
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Not much changed between the iterations. The only notable change is when played in 8 player smash, the stage lacks transitions.
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==Music==
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The bold indicates the songs must be unlocked while italics mean it is from a previous version of the game.
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===''Brawl''===
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*[[Pokémon]] Main Theme
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*Pokémon Gym/ Evolution
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*'''Pokémon Center'''
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*'''Road to Viridian City (From Pallet Town/Pewter City)'''
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*Wild Pokémon Battle! (''[[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|R/S]]'')
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===Wii U===
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*''Pokémon Main Theme ([[Pokémon Red]]/[[Pokémon Blue]])''
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*Battle! (Wild Pokémon) ([[Pokémon Diamond]]/[[Pokémon Pearl]])
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*''Road to Viridian City (From Pallet Town/Pewter City)''
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*''Pokémon Gym/Evolution ([[Pokémon Red]]/[[Pokémon Blue]])''
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*''Poké Floats''
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*''Pokémon Stadium''
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*''Pokémon Stadium 2''
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*''Battle! (Wild Pokémon) ([[Pokémon Ruby]]/[[Pokémon Sapphire]])''
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*''Victory Road ([[Pokémon Ruby]]/[[Pokémon Sapphire]])''
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Latest revision as of 22:20, March 28, 2020


Pokémon Stadium 2 is a stage in the Wii video game Super Smash Bros. Brawl and the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U. At the beginning of the fight, the stage is similar to the original Pokémon Stadium stage in Super Smash Bros. Melee, though when the platform starts to transform, it turns into different environments.

The stage shifts into either one of the different four formations, each one having a core theme. These different formations include Ice, Electric, Ground, and Flying. Each different stage will feature different unique Pokémon.

FormationsEdit

Ice stageEdit

Brawlice

This formation makes the entire stage slippery. New platforms appear, which as expected are not only icy, though they're also sloped. While it's possible that Pokémon species can appear in the background, none have been seen in the revealed images. In the background there is a cabin which is covered in ice. Hidden inside the cabin is a real-life picture of a cat. Many fans speculate that the cat is Masahiro Sakurai's (the director of the game).

Brawlground

Ground stageEdit

This formation causes a large dirt slope and an odd looking building to appear. It seems to be a digging site, as shovels and bones are scattered on this stage. In the background, Dugtrio and Cubone have been seen. The mentioned building has two pass through platforms, with the upper one being smaller than the lower one.

Brawl flying

Flying stageEdit

This stage is just a single platform, though for whatever reason the gravity changes and all of the characters is given dramatically boosted jumping abilities. In the background the player can see windmills, as well as Skarmory and Drifloon.

SSBB Poke Stadium 2 electric

Electric stageEdit

There are only two conveyor belts that apparently make it harder to fight and the two Pokémon, Electivire and Magnezone can be seen in the background.

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U changeEdit

Not much changed between the iterations. The only notable change is when played in 8 player smash, the stage lacks transitions.

MusicEdit

The bold indicates the songs must be unlocked while italics mean it is from a previous version of the game.

BrawlEdit

  • Pokémon Main Theme
  • Pokémon Gym/ Evolution
  • Pokémon Center
  • Road to Viridian City (From Pallet Town/Pewter City)
  • Wild Pokémon Battle! (R/S)

Wii UEdit

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