Legal Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Stages

Name the stages that are legal in Smash Ultimate tournaments
Some series names are blank as they reveal the stage name
Doesn’t count Battlefield or Omega stages
Stages in grey means that they are controversial and often not used
Quiz by Insaniot
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Last updated: July 9, 2020
First submittedJune 24, 2019
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Average score69.2%
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Series
Stage
Super Smash Bros.
Battlefield
Super Smash Bros.
Final Destination
______ ______
Yoshi’s Story
_________ ___
Warioware, Inc.
______ ______
Yoshi’s Island
Starfox
Lylat Cruise
Pokémon
Pokémon Stadium 2
Series
Stage
Fire Emblem
Castle Siege
Animal Crossing
Smashville
Pokémon
Unova Pokémon League
The Legend of Zelda
Skyloft
Pokémon
Kalos Pokémon League
Animal Crossing
Town and City
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Level 30
Jul 1, 2019
Great quiz! I almost missed Skyloft but got it at the very end. I'm very sorry that I haven't been active on this website. I've been super busy with Cross Country and my first job, especially the latter. I'll try to be more consistent.
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Level 55
Jul 2, 2019
Summer's not the most relevant season for Jetpunk lol. Good luck with your job though.
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Level 29
May 3, 2020
It’s Castle Siege. Also why is yoshi’s island listed twice
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Level 55
May 4, 2020
I think I meant to write Yoshi's Story. Whoops.
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Level 29
Jul 9, 2020
It’s still not fixed
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Level 55
Jul 9, 2020
lol I had actually fixed it I just never uploaded the fixed version.
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Level 25
Nov 25, 2020
When were Skyloft and WarioWare legal?
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Level 55
Nov 25, 2020
WarioWare was pretty universally legal at the beginning of Ultimate’s lifespan, though its small size led it to be banned at many tournaments later on. Skyloft was never universally legal at any point (so far) due to a technique called sharking, but if it couldn’t be performed then it would probably a legal stage. Many tournaments still allow these stages because they believe these oddities make for an interesting variety of stages, so I’ve included them on this quiz with a “controversial” marking.