The 100-Man and Endless Brawl minigames in Super Smash Bros. Brawl may seem easy since your enemies attack weakly and can be defeated in one hit. In practice, however, you will get a nice beating if you are not prepared. Here are some tips to get through this challenge.
The 100-Man Brawl and Endless Brawl minigames is located under the Multi-Man Brawl minigame in Stadium mode. The objective for 100-Man Brawl is to defeat 100 enemies without getting knocked out in the process. For Endless Brawl, the objective is to survive for as long as possible. You battle up to five enemies at a time. Unique to Multi-Man Brawl minigames, these “alloy” enemies are basic clones of the fighters in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. All Multi-Man Brawl minigames take place in the Battlefield stage.
By completing the 100-Man Brawl once with any character, you will unlock the Pitfall Trophy. By completing it with all 35 characters, you will earn the Blue Alloy Trophy. Time-wise, you get the Multi-Man Melee 1 (Melee) Music CD for completing the 100-Man Brawl in less than 4 minutes and the Ryuta Ippongi (Quendan 2) Sticker for completing it in less than 3 minutes and 30 seconds.
For Endless Brawl, you get the Mach Rider (Melee) Music by defeating 50 enemies and the Yellow Alloy Trophy by defeating 100 enemies before getting knocked out.
Battlefield is extremely small and cramp. This can be both a blessing and a curse. While you can take out multiple enemies with one attack, the enemies can also gang up on you. What makes this stage so dangerous is the lack of a safe place to hide in; you will be vulnerable from all sides. Make sure you stay at ground level, especially if your percentage is in the red, so you only have to account from attacks from the sides and above.
For the 100-Man Brawl, the enemies at the beginning are slow and passive. The more you knock out, the more aggressive and numerous the will become. Around every 20 alloy enemies, you will face a real fighter from the actual roster of Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Take them out as soon as possible since they have the ability to pick up and use items. For Endless Brawl, the enemies will come at you from the very beginning; so be prepared for a fight from the start.
Spam One Attack
You can get knock outs by just spamming one attack for the majority of 100-Man and Endless Brawl. Most of the time, you only need one hit to knock out an enemy. Preferably, make sure the attack you use cover multiple sides. For example, Donkey Kong’s Hand Slap and Pikachu’s Thunder move are perfect for 100-Man and Endless Brawl.
Diverse Your Move Set When in the Red
If your health is in the red, you have to strategize more. The next attack could mean the end for you so have to be more careful. Spamming attack won’t be a good idea here. Avoid fighting multiple enemies and pick your spots. It is more about survival than knocking out your enemies at this point.
The 100-Man and Endless Brawl minigames aren’t the hardest challenges in Super Smash Bros. Brawl but they can be difficult for the unprepared. These tips will make these challenges much easier.