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This article is about the attack in Super Smash Flash 2. For the Super Smash Flash variant, see down aerial (Super Smash Flash).
Down aerial

Donkey Kong using his down aerial.

A down aerial, also known as down aerial attack, down air, and down air attack, is an aerial attack in Super Smash Flash 2 that is done by pressing the down and regular attack buttons in conjunction while in the air. Most down aerials are meteor smashes and do not require a sweet spot.

List of down aerials

Character Description Damage
Bandana Dee Spins his spear like a buzzsaw, hitting opponents up to three times and meteor smashing on the last one. 2%
3%
7%
Black Mage Swipes a scythe downwards in an arc, which is always a meteor smash. If the blade hits the opponent at a certain angle, a Grim Reaper will hover above the opponent and attack the opponent after about three seconds, which is also a meteor smash. The Grim Reaper effect is disconnected from the actual damage-dealing swipe, and as such has a separate hitbox (can hit even if the swipe may miss). 6%
6%
Bomberman Performs two weak stomps which can combo into each other. 5%
10%
Bowser Goes into his shell and starts plummeting down, spinning upside-down and hitting up to eight times with each hit functioning as a meteor smash. Another hit can be connected if the move is cancelled as Bowser is landing. 1%
3%
11%
Captain Falcon Performs a stomp with both feet. It can meteor smash if it is sour spotted, or it can spike if it is sweet spotted. 12%
14%
Chibi-Robo Performs a backflip and then aims and thrusts his plug below him, which will meteor smash and has a long range. Based on a similar move in Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash. 15%
Donkey Kong Performs a stomp while making a pose, which will always meteor smash. 16%
Falco Performs a drill kick at a downwards angle that can hit opponents once, which gets weaker over time and spikes opponents hit. 9-11%
12%
Fox Performs a drill kick at a downwards angle that can hit opponents up to six times and can deal an extremely weak drill meteor smash. 3%
18%
Goku Uses "Feet Kamehameha" (足かめはめ波), a stall-then-fall attack where Goku shoots diagonally downwards hands first like a missile, sending opponents diagonally up. When hit by the Ki part of the attack by his feet, the opponent will be sent up and with strong knockback. 8%
10%
9%
11%
Ichigo Slashes below himself in an arc, which will always meteor smash. 10%
Isaac Performs a drill kick at a downwards angle that can hit opponents up to six times and meteor smash on each hit. Another hit can be connected if the move is cancelled as Isaac is landing. 2%
3%
4%
17%
Jigglypuff Performs a drill kick at a downwards angle that can hit opponents up to seven times. 2%
14%
Kirby Performs a drill kick at a downwards angle that can hit opponents up to four times and meteor smash on each hit. Another hit can be connected if the move is cancelled as Kirby is landing. 2%
2%
10%
Krystal Places her staff below her and shoots a low-ranged beam downwards. She will bounce upwards if the clean hit connects with an opponent. 21%
Link Thrusts the Master Sword below himself, which will get weaker overtime or after each thrust. 19%
17%
17%
8%
Lloyd Drills below him with a sword, hitting up to five times. 2%
6%
14%
Luffy Stretches both feet downwards to kick opponents below him, which will always deal a very weak meteor smash. 8%
Luigi Performs a drill kick at a downwards angle that can hit opponents once, which gets weaker over time and meteor smashes when sweet spotted. 8-11%
13%
Mario Performs a drill kick at a downwards angle that can hit opponents up to five times. 2%
10%
Marth Performs a forward-to-back downward slash that can meteor smash when sweet spotted. 10%
14%
Mega Man Fires a sound wave straight downwards that will meteor smash opponents hit. An early hit can also be connected hit prior firing with his arm cannon. Based on the Noise Crush from Mega Man 7. 10%
6%
16%
Meta Knight Slashes quickly below himself in an arc, which is a semi-spike with average power. 10%
Mr. Game & Watch Takes out a key and performs a A stall-then-fall thrust straight downwards that always meteor smashes opponents hit and can be moved left or right a bit during the descent. Another hit can be connected if the move is cancelled as Mr. Game & Watch is landing. Based on Donkey Kong Jr. 7%
11%
4%
15%
Naruto Performs a stall-then-fall kick diagonally downwards. 9%
Ness Performs a classic one-foot stomp, which will meteor smash if sweet spotted. 9%
14%
PAC-MAN Performs a series of four stomps. 2%
5%
11%
Peach Thrusts both feet below herself four times. 3%
5%
14%
Pichu A stall-then-fall. Spins horizontally while emitting sparks from his cheeks, like Pikachu's down aerial. Has a landing hit. 11%
Pikachu Drills headfirst towards the ground with electricity around himself. 11%
Pit Performs a downward-arcing, reverse-gripped slash that will meteor smash opponents hit directly below. 10%
Rayman Headbutts downwards, then flips and does an axe kick. 16%
Samus Slowly swipes her arm cannon below in an arc, which will always meteor smash. 15%
Sandbag Curls up and then quickly kicks downwards, delivering the strongest meteor smash in the game. 19%
Sheik Sticks her leg down below herself in a pose, which has the properties of a sex kick. 9-10%
16%
Simon Performs a stall-then-fall divekick similar to the ones performed by most protagonists upon obtaining the ability to double jump. Simon obtained this ability in Harmony of Despair. Simon will bounce upwards upon contact with an opponent. 11%
Sonic Performs a stall-then-fall kick diagonally downwards. 9%
Sora Swings his keyblade below himself in an arc. Does a slight bounce if he hits an opponent, regardless of if it is shielding or is under the effects of invicibility or not. 6%
Tails Swings both his tails together below himself once in a slight diagonal direction, which can meteor smash. 9%
11%
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Wario Turns upside down and spins, drilling with his head and hitting opponents up to four times. 2%
4%
10%
Yoshi Performs an array of nine flutter kicks, with each hit functioning as a meteor smash, which deals more damage than any other aerial attack in the game. 3%
6%
30%
Zelda Kicks downward with a ball of light magic at the end of her foot, which can be a very powerful meteor smash if sweet spotted. Also known as the Lighting Stomp. 5%
16%
Zero Suit Samus Performs a stall-then-fall kick downwards, which will always meteor smash. 5%