Kirby Hat 5 Unlock Ganondorf, Roy, Pichu, Young Link, Dr. Mario, and Falco Lombardi Falcon Flyer Play VS Mode Melee, Tournament Melee, or Special Melee 150 times F-Zero Racers Collect every Red Smash Trophy in the game Mute City Walk past 10,000m, combined with all characters This is actually really interesting! To make things more confusing, the next Fire Emblem game released was simply called 'Fire Emblem' and featured someone who looked like Roy on the box. Roy's NTSC trophy features the same game name as Marth, making people think they were from the same game (which they weren't, they were just from the same franchise). In Melee they translated his weapon to 'Sword of Seals' on his Trophy, In Brawl, his sticker (along with a few others) were called to be from 'Binding Blade', In Fire Emblem Awakening, his DLC featured from 'Binding Blade'. This is a subreddit for people who main Roy in Super Smash Bros Melee, Super Smash Bros for 3DS and Wii U, Project M, and the newly released Super Smash Bros Ultimate for Nintendo Switch. Year created TL;DR - Roy's NTSC and PAL trophies had different descriptions. A full month before the PAL version of Melee. Roy appears in Super Smash Bros. Melee as a playable character and Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a sticker. Hacking shows that Roy was planned to be in that game. Press J to jump to the feed. The release dates of Melee varied greatly between versions. Kirby Hat 5 Unlock Ganondorf, Roy, Pichu, Young Link, Dr. Mario, and Falco Lombardi Falcon Flyer Play VS Mode Melee, Tournament Melee, or Special Melee 150 times F-Zero Racers Collect every Red Smash Trophy in the game Mute City Walk past 10,000m, combined with all characters His appearance in Melee was technically his frst appearance in a video game. When he was brought back in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U, he was reworked drastically. Mewtwo in particular has a lot of unused data on the disc, suggesting it was cut very late into development. Somehow, he is able to defeat Duma, despite not wielding a Falchion like Alm or Marth. First appearance 2001 His father fell ill at this time, so Roy assumed lordship of Pharae's armies. This initially seemed like an inconsistency, since the Japanese is the same it was assumed to just be an inconsistent translation. Fire Emblem: Awakening SpotPass Characters, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS & Wii U DLC Content, Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade characters, https://nintendo.fandom.com/wiki/Roy?oldid=524655. Intelligent Systems He appeared in Smash Bros Melee before he appeared in Fire Emblem: Binding Blade. Ultimate. Each trophy has its own unlock criteria: some are unlocked by performing certain tasks; others are found randomly in Classic Mode's Snag the Trophies and Race to the Finish stages, the Mushroom Kingdom, Underground Maze, Brinstar Escape Shaft, F-Zero Grand Prix, and Icicle Mountain stages in Adventure mode, the resting … Created by Roy is a character from the Fire Emblem series, who made his debut as the main protagonist of Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade for the GBA, released only in Japan. 79-111 . Fire Emblem In addition to the normal trophy about Roy as a character, there are two trophies about him as a fighter, unlocked by completing the Adventure and All-Starmodes respectively with Roy on any difficulty. Roy's artwork from But here's the most interesting point, Fire Emblem: Binding Blade was released in March 2002. In addition to the normal trophy about Roy as a character, there are two trophies about him as a fighter, unlocked by completing the Adventure and All-Star modes respectively with Roy on any difficulty: 1. His father fell ill at this time, so Roy assumed leadership of Pharae's armies. More trivia: Roy and Marth were originally supposed to be only in the Japanese version of Melee, but NoA decided against that. Mewtwo and Roy were going to return from Melee, but were cut presumably due to time constraints caused by the development demands of the Subspace Emissary. Most Americans and Europeans were first introuduced to him in Super Smash Bros. Melee, where him and Marth were playable characters, marking the first time people from west got a glimpse of the Fire Emblem series. SmashWiki article: Roy (SSBM) Roy is an unlockable character in Super Smash Bros. Melee, unlocked by beating Classic or Adventure Mode as Marth or by playing 900 Melee matches, then by defeating him on Temple.During development, Nintendo of America and Masahiro Sakurai discussed possibly removing Roy for the Western release of the game, but ultimately decided to keep him in. Roy [Smash 1] While Roy's moves are well balanced, he's a little on the slow side, and doesn't excel at midair combat. Roy 2. Roy makes his Smash-series debut (and by extent, his altogether game and North American debut as well) as an unlockable character in Melee.He can be battled to be unlocked one of two ways: beating either Classic or Adventure as Marth on any difficulty without Continuing, or playing 900 Vs. mode matches, clearly the first method is incomparably easier than the second. Roy [Smash 1] While Roy's moves are well balanced, he's a little on the slow side, and doesn't excel at midair combat. 1. Most Americans and Europeans were first introuduced to him in Super Smash Bros. Melee, where him and Marth were playable characters, marking the first time people from west got a glimpse of the Fire Emblem series. He later returned in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U, sporting a large redesign. Both were subtly wrong at the time of release (NTSC - Roy was not out in Japan, PAL - Roy was not a future release). However, most people don't know that his Trophy description was changed between different international releases of Melee. In his original incarnation in Melee, he played very similarly to Marth with the two main differences being that Roy is more powerful near the hilt and a significant portion of his moves are fire-based. The son of the lord of Pharae Principality, Roy was studying in Ostia when the Kingdom of Bern invaded League of Lycia. His father, Eliwood, appeared in the first Fire Emblem game released outside of Japan, Fire Emblem, titled "Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade" in Japan. Roy (Classic): 2. The NTSC version of Melee was released in December 2001, but the PAL version of Melee wasn't released until May 2002. Super Smash Bros. Melee is a 2001 crossover fighting video game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the GameCube.It is the second installment in the Super Smash Bros. series.