|PK Fire PSI Fire|
PKファイアー PK Fire
PK Fire α in Mother 3
Super Smash Bros.
Ness (Smash Bros. only)
Lucas (Smash Bros. only)
|α||18-22 points of damage to every enemy||8||Ana||17|
|β||50-60 points of damage to every enemy||12||Ana||27|
|γ||95-110 points of damage to every enemy||14||Ana||31|
|Ω||Instantly knocks out every enemy||30||Ana||35|
|α||60-100 points of damage to one row of enemies||6||Paula||3|
|β||120-200 points of damage to one row of enemies||12||Paula||19|
|γ||180-300 points of damage to one row of enemies||20||Paula||37|
|Ω||240-400 points of damage to one row of enemies||42||Paula||64|
In Mother 3
|α||60-80 points of damage to all enemies||6||Kumatora||3|
|β||120-140 points of damage to all enemies||12||Kumatora||23|
|γ||200-320 points of damage to all enemies||20||Kumatora||43|
|Ω||280-320 points of damage to all enemies||40||Kumatora||53|
Mother 3 introduced a new secondary effect for PK Fire, adding a chance of setting an enemy on fire, and take a small amount of damage for several turns. The chance depends on the enemy, with some being more flammable than others.
In the Super Smash Bros. series
PK Fire is Ness' regular special attack. It flies forward as a beam before becoming a flame and dealing multiple hits when it touches an opponent.
PK Fire is Ness' side special attack. It functions the same as in the original.
Both Ness and Lucas share PK Fire as their side special attack. What's functions the same as before, while Lucas's flies forward and deals a single hit with knockback.
Once again both Ness and Lucas share PK Fire as their side special attack. They function the same as before.
|PSI in the Mother series|
PK Beam • PK Fire • PK Flash • PK Freeze • PK Ground • PK Love • PSI Rockin • PK Starstorm • PK Thunder
Lifeup • Healing • PSI Magnet • Refresh
PSIShield • PowerShield • Shield • PSI Shield • Counter • PSI Counter • Offense Up • Defense Up • QuickUp • Offense Down • Defense Down • Hypnosis • Paralysis • Brainshock • Darkness • Shield-Off • PSI-Block
Telepathy • Teleport • 4th-D Slip
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