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This article is about Lucario's appearance in Super Smash Flash 2 . For general information about the character, see
Lucario. Lucario is a playable veteran unlockable character in . It was revealed during the Day 1 livestream at Super Smash Flash 2 Super Smash Con 2019. Its moveset is mainly taken from its appearance on and Super Smash Bros. Brawl , Its sprite design and voice clips are taken from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Lucario is expected to be available in the future release of
SSF2 Beta 1.2.
A downward swipe, to a jab, and then a high stretch kick.
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A crouching kick.
Thrusts both arms outwards, releasing a wave of aura energy on both sides.
A cross punch.
Thrusts both arms forward, releasing a wave of aura energy.
A crescent kick above him.
Thrusts both arms upwards, releasing a wave of aura energy.
A flying kick.
Reaches out with one hand.
Thrusts his palm into opponents.
Chucks opponents forward.
Throws opponents at the ground behind him.
Hurls opponents upward.
Slams opponents on the ground.
Kicks high behind, then in front of him.
Thrusts his paws forward.
Hovers in place, emitting aura energy around himself before descending down to the stage.
Releases aura energy around himself.
Extends his paw forward, releasing a small burst of aura energy.
Strikes a kata pose.
A short excerpt of main theme of Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue, heard at the title screen.
Pulsates aura out of its paws and says "Behold the power of aura!", and then poses in a crane-like stance.
Lucario's splash screen from the trailer.
Lucario's unused filtered costumes.
Early in Lucario's development, its costumes were all filtered due to the palette system not having been implemented at the time. These costumes were never publicly shown in any developmental build of SSF2, though many have been recreated for Lucario's current costumes.