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Clubs are unique weapons ideal for dealing huge amounts of damage. Their gigantic long-range shots can even pass through walls! The Ore Club is fashioned from minerals that were mined on the mountain of the gods.
Weapon data is for weapons with zero ranged and melee stars with no mods to them. Distance refers to the maximum range a shot can travel, measured with non-homing shots. Damage (near) refers to the damage done when the target is as close as possible. Damage (far) refers to the damage given at maximum range. The symbol "—" means the corresponding stat is not applicable to that specific attack.
|Continuous (shot)*||—||40.0 - 50.0||—|
|Continuous (melee)*||—||40.0 - 70.0||—|
|Melee hit*||—||60.0 - 80.0||—|
* Damage dealt corresponds to accuracy.
|Attack||Distance||Damage (near)||Damage (far)||Shots|
|Melee hit 1||—||?||—||—|
|Melee hit 2||—||?||—||—|
This weapon follows standard weapon fusion rules.
The Ore Club appears as an item in both versions of the game. The club is a powerful battering weapon and is capable of creating a limited number of tornadoes. The tornadoes become larger and stronger the longer the player holds the side smash attack.
A weapon fashioned from minerals found on the mountain of the gods, this club is infused with a soul, giving it an ominous eye in its center. Maybe it's just my imagination, but I think the eye winks at you each time you land a perfect, wall-penetrating shot.
- The eye in the Ore Club bears a strong resemblance to the Eye of Sauron from The Lord of the Rings franchise. This may be completely intentional as the club class of weapons in Japan are actually called, "Giant Tower", as the Eye of Sauron was located on the top of Barad-dûr, a massive tower.
- In the E3 2014 demo version of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the Ore Club made a similar sound as the Star Rod when it used a charged attack.