Top 10 Most Annoying Characters in “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate”

Updated on March 8, 2019
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Millions of players around the world are enjoying Nintendo's fast-paced fighting game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for Nintendo Switch. With over 70 characters to choose from and a new global ranking system, veterans and new players alike are challenging tough CPUs or other human players across the globe.

Most fighters have a "main," a character they generally use when fighting, and two or three more that they enjoy using. As well as understanding your main's fighting style, speed, hit power, and other features, it's also important to understand other characters' strengths and weaknesses so you know how to beat them.

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Playing online is fun, but it can also be incredibly annoying when you lose many times in a row, and an even bigger blow when you watch your hard-earned Global Smash Power (GSP) dwindle after a loss. Here are the top ten most annoying Super Smash Bros. Ultimate characters to fight.

10. Pichu

This adorable Pokémon is a menace in Ultimate. His small stature makes him difficult to hit and he has a deadly grab-throw upwards-down B combo that wrecks you if you're at a high handicap.

Pichu used to be famous for how bad he was, but he's been seriously upgraded in the newest Smash installment. Does this look like the face of mercy?

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9. Isabelle

This Animal Crossing character may be a picture of all that is pure in this world in her original game, but she can dominate the field in Smash with her irritating fishing hook and rocket bomb traps. You're lucky to get a hit in when Isabelle is laying ambushes and whipping you with her rod.

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8. Inkling

This character from Splatoon is just obnoxious. She can throw bombs, roll you into the ground, and just be a general pain in the butt. The good news is that you can avoid most of Inkling's attacks by remaining aerial, but it's still irritating to be splashed with paint.

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7. Snake

Snake, from the Metal Gear games, has homing bombs that can be deadly. Not only that, but he can move fast and ruin you while you're trying to hit him. I always groan when I find I'm about to fight Snake.

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6. Ganondorf

I love this Legend of Zelda antagonist, but he is way overpowered. Nothing quite beats the level of annoying than dodging, jumping, and getting up his handicap with clever, quick attacks only for him to smack you into oblivion in four hits or fewer.

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5. Captain Falcon

With the same moves as Ganondorf except faster moving, Captain Falcon has been an annoying character since the very first Super Smash Bros. game on Nintendo 64. Maybe it's his obnoxious voice, outfit, or falcon punch, but Captain Falcon will always be one of the series' most irritating dudes.

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4. Ness

Also a character to have been part of the Super Smash selection since the original installment, this EarthBound character's voice, appearance, and moveset are enough to fly anybody into a rage. Every player has, at least once, suffered from Ness's incessant "PK-fire" attack.

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3. Duck Hunt

I don't even fully understand this duck-and-dog combo, but I know I dread every battle with it. If there's any character that can annoyingly spam you with projectiles, Duck Hunt is it.

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2. Mii Gunner

For some reason, Nintendo has now allowed players to let their Miis, famously from the Wii U console, to play as Smash characters, too, as a variety of different fighter types. The gunner, by far, is the most annoying. With the Mii's quick recoveries and several types of projectiles from grenades to a Samus-esque powered up blaster, you'll often end up spending the entire battle trying to dodge without getting an attack in edgeways.

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1. Richter

This guy is new to the Smash series and easily the most annoying character of all time. Not only are most of his weapons projectiles, but they throw at different angles, making them almost impossible to be able to dodge. He can own the entire battlefield with his never-ending shurikens and throwing axes, making him incredibly difficult to beat.

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Though Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is fun, it can be awful to be beaten by cheap combos and incessant projectiles. Which character do you feel is the most annoying to fight in this game?

Who is the Most Annoying Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Character?

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