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Fighting Wire Frame

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Fighting Wire Frame
Fighting Wire Frames SSB Melee.png
A male and a female Fighting Wire Frame
Series Super Smash Bros.
First appearance Super Smash Bros. Melee (2001)
Fighting Polygon
Fighting Alloy Team
Fighting Mii Team
Super Smash Bros. appearances

Super Smash Bros. Melee

The Fighting Wire Frames are enemies that appear in Super Smash Bros. Melee, and they are the successor to the Fighting Polygons from the original Super Smash Bros.. Fighting Wire Frames are mysterious characters that made from purple wires with visible internal organs and the Super Smash Bros. series symbol for a face. There are Male Wire Frames and Female Wire Frames, which respectively share the moveset and bodies of Captain Falcon and Princess Zelda, not including their special moves. According to the Male Wire Frame trophy, they were built by an unknown character.

In some modes, Fighting Wire Frames are fought on the Battlefield stage. Nearly every attack can send Fighting Wire Frames flying off-screen. Although they are generally weak, many Fighting Wire Frames spawn on the Battlefield at once, making them stronger when they fight together. In Adventure mode, the 11th stage, Battlefield, starts with the player's fighter having to battle Fighting Wire Frames. After defeating every Fighting Wire Frame, the player's fighter must then fight Metal Mario (and Metal Luigi if Luigi is unlocked).

Every Multi-Man Melee mode is based around battling the Fighting Wire Frames. In Cruel Melee, all Fighting Wire Frames are strong, formidable opponents that are hard to KO, and they are capable of KO'ing fighters with low damage.

Fighting Wire Frames were replaced by the Fighting Alloy Team in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and the Fighting Mii Team in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U.

Super Smash Bros. Melee trophy information

Name Image Game Description
Male Wire Frame SSBM Trophy Male Wire Frame.png Super Smash Bros. Melee
Who built the Fighting Wire Frames and to what purpose remains a mystery. They're a simple collection of wires which house a sparse framework of bones and organs that lends them a rather disturbing appearance. They look rather big and powerful, but in reality, both their offensive and defensive abilities are subpar.
Female Wire Frame SSBM Trophy Female Wire Frame.png Super Smash Bros. Melee
This is the female model of the Fighting Wire Frames. The female's abilities are roughly the same as the male model's. All Fighting Wire Frames lack the ability to use special techniques, and their attacks lack any real physical strength. Additionally, they're slow and are therefore easy to outmaneuver. They tend to attack in gangs.
Fighting Wire Frames SSBM Trophy Fighting Wire Frames.png Super Smash Bros. Melee
The Multi-Man Melee mode consists of 10-Man, 3-Minute, Endless, and other such matches, which pit you against the Fighting Wire Frames under varied rules. Of particular note is the Cruel Melee, where the Wire Frames pull no punches; they'll come after you with a single-minded fury rarely seen in CPU opponents.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 謎のザコ敵軍団
Nazo no zakoteki gundan
Mysterious Small Fry Enemy Corps; shared with Fighting Polygons and Fighting Alloy Team