Wily Castle

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Wily Castle in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Wily Castle is a recurring location from the Mega Man series and a stage in both Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Wily Castle also returns as a stage in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The castle itself is based on its appearance from Mega Man 2. While both versions are near-identical, the Nintendo 3DS version takes place during the day, while the Wii U version takes place at night, which is also the case for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The main body of the stage is flat, with two floating platforms on either side, suspended beyond the body of the stage.

In the Wii U version of the stage, rails like the ones from Mega Man 2's Crash Man stage and the fourth Wily Castle stage appear around the left platform, and the platform moves along the rail. Similar to Guts Man's stage from Mega Man, these rails have gaps in them which, when the platform crosses them, cause the platform to drop temporarily until it reaches a solid rail again. There may be more than one possible rail configuration.

In the Nintendo 3DS version, platforms occasionally appear above the stage that fly back up after a while. In addition, the pendulum platforms from Bright Man's stage in Mega Man 4 occasionally appear on both sides of the main platform, and move back after a while.

At random times in both versions, the Yellow Devil appears in the background, disassembles and flies up, then descends and reassembles on the stage. When the Yellow Devil is formed, it attacks the players with its own body until it is defeated by taking a sufficient amount of damage from the players, though only its eye is vulnerable. Once defeated, the Yellow Devil explodes, and this explosion counts as an attack for the player who landed the final blow.

Songs[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS[edit]

Name Source Credits
Mega Man 2 Medley Mega Man 2 Arrangement Supervisor: Rio Hamamoto
Composition: CAPCOM CO., LTD
Arrangement: BANDAI NAMCO Studios, Inc.
Mega Man 2 Retro Medley Mega Man 2 Original

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Name Source Credits
Mega Man 2 Medley Mega Man 2 Arrangement Supervisor: Rio Hamamoto
Composition: CAPCOM CO., LTD
Arrangement: BANDAI NAMCO Studios, Inc.
Cut Man Stage Mega Man Arrangement Supervisor: Michiko Naruke
Composition: CAPCOM CO., LTD.
Arrangement: Naru2 Co., Ltd.
Quick Man Stage Mega Man 2 Arrangement Supervisor: Shota Kageyama
Composition: CAPCOM CO., LTD.
Arrangement: GAME FREAK inc.
Air Man Stage Mega Man 2 Arrangement: Noriyuki Iwadare
Composition: CAPCOM CO., LTD
Spark Man Stage Mega Man 3 Arrangement: ACE (TOMOri Kudo / CHiCO)
Composition: CAPCOM CO., LTD.
Shadow Man Stage Mega Man 3 Arrangement Supervisor: Yusuke Takahama
Composition: CAPCOM CO., LTD.
Arrangement: TARGET ENTERTAINMENT INC.
Mega Man Retro Medley Mega Man Original
Mega Man 2 Retro Medley Mega Man 2 Original
Mega Man 3 Retro Medley Mega Man 3 Original
Mega Man 4-6 Retro Medley Mega Man 4 / Mega Man 5 / Mega Man 6 Original

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワイリー基地
Wairī Kichi
Wily Base
French Château du Dr. Wily Dr. Wily's Castle
German Wilys Schloss Wily's Castle
Italian Castello del Dr. Wily Dr. Wily's Castle
Korean 와이리 기지
Wairi Giji
Wily('s) Base
Russian Замок Уайли
Zamok Uayli
Wily's Castle
Spanish Castillo de Wily Wily's Castle