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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
Zangief Dojo
Slowpokes Dojo
Wii Balance Board Dojo
Honey Queen Dojo
CapN Cuttlefish Dojo
Copper Dojo
Doc Louis Gym

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)
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  • Defense
  • Move Speed
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  • Offense
  • Jump
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Overthrow Style (Zangief’s Dojo)
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  • Throw Power
  • Grab Range
  • Grab Power
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  • Attack Power
  • Special-Move Power
  • Item Attack
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Lightweight Style (Wii Balance Board Dojo)
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  • Move Speed
  • Jump
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  • Offense
  • Defense
  • Weight
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Big-Bee Style (Honey Queen Dojo)
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  • Defense
  • Jump
  • Weight
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  • Offense
  • Move Speed
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Land Style (Cap’N Cuttlefish Dojo)
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  • Ground Power
  • Move Speed
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  • Air Power
  • Jump
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Brick-Wall Style (Copper’s Dojo)
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  • Defense
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  • Offense
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We are updating this Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Dojo & Gym Location & Style Guide as we progress through the game.

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