Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Dojo & Gym Location & Style Guide

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Dojo & Gym Location & Style Guide
Want to unlock new fighting styles for your favorite Fighters? This Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Dojo & Gym Location & Style Guide will tell you where you can find each of the different gyms and dojo’s, how you can unlock them for use and what fighting styles they offer your Primary Spirits.

Dojo’s allow you to leave your Spirits there to learn special abilities that improve attributes at the cost of other attributes. Gyms work a little differently. You can leave a Spirit at a Gym and they earn experience points over time. The Experience Points gain can be influenced by matching strength types against the gym type. For example, Doc Louis’s Gym is a Shield Gym. If you train Attack types there, they get slower XP bonuses but if you train Grabbers (Green), they get a bonus.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Dojo & Gym Guide

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Dojo & Gym Guide

Darunia Dojo
Darunia Dojo
The Darunja Dojo can be found in the North Eastern area of the main world map. You need to travel to the area marked by Ryu’s icon on the map image above. There’s a difficult fight here aginst Iggy where you unlock the ability to pilot a boat. Once you’ve cleared the area, head to the building and you will unlock Darunia’s Dojo
Zangief Dojo
Zangief Dojo
To unlock Zangief’s Dojo, you need to reach the World Map. The World Map is quite difficult to reach as you need to have the ability to pilot a boat. Once you have a Support Spirit that lets you use boats, head to the South of the main area. There’s a large lake. You will find the entrance in the center of the lake. You need to defeat a few Spirits to get there. This is also where you unlock Ryu.
Slowpokes Dojo
Slowpokes Dojo
To unlock Slowpoke’s Dojo, head to Ryu’s location on the map above. It’s easy to reach, there’s no serious obstacles. Unlike the other Dojo’s, Slowpoke does not teach your Spirits new Fighting Styles. Instead, he is able to make them forget the style they are currently using.
Wii Balance Board Dojo
Wii Balance Board Dojo
Yes. The Wii Balance Board is running a Dojo. Don’t ask, it wasn’t my idea. This one is in an easy location but surrounded by battles so it can be a bit of a slog to get there. You will find it in the center of the city area, in the central part of the World of Light map.
Honey Queen Dojo
Honey Queen Dojo
You will find the Honey Queen Dojo to the North East of the city in the center of the map. It’s close to the Yoshi area. You will need the ability to repair bridges to access this dojo.
CapN Cuttlefish Dojo
CapN Cuttlefish Dojo
You can find Cap’N Cuttlefish’s Dojo at Ryu’s location on the map above. It’s just to the West of the main city, North of the area with the locked computer console.
Copper Dojo
Copper Dojo
You can find the Copper Dojo on the North Western part of the map, just before the final boss battle of the area.
Doc Louis Gym
Doc Louis Gym
You can find the Gym for Doc Louis in the lower part of the central city.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighting Style Guide

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighting Style Guide
Each Dojo or Gym that you unlock can teach your Primary Spirit a specific Fighting Style. These typically offer buffs in various aspects of combat, while in return lowering other aspects. It offers a fantastic way of strengthening your Fighters best attributes, or improving their weaker ones. Each location, once unlocked, allows you to train as many Primary Spirits in the style as you please. Once unlock, you can reach all of the locations through the main menu, you don’t have to physically travel to each location. Below is a list of each style we’ve discovered, the traits they boost (in green) and the traits they reduce (in red).

Forgetful Style (Slowpokes Dojo)
Slowpoke does not teach new styles. He simply removes existing styles from a Spirit.

Boulder Style (Darunia’s Dojo)

  • Defense
  • Move Speed
  • Offense
  • Jump

Overthrow Style (Zangief’s Dojo)

  • Throw Power
  • Grab Range
  • Grab Power
  • Attack Power
  • Special-Move Power
  • Item Attack

Lightweight Style (Wii Balance Board Dojo)

  • Move Speed
  • Jump
  • Offense
  • Defense
  • Weight

Big-Bee Style (Honey Queen Dojo)

  • Defense
  • Jump
  • Weight
  • Offense
  • Move Speed

Land Style (Cap’N Cuttlefish Dojo)

  • Ground Power
  • Move Speed
  • Air Power
  • Jump

Brick-Wall Style (Copper’s Dojo)

  • Defense
  • Offense

We are updating this Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Dojo & Gym Location & Style Guide as we progress through the game.

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