This will rearrange the roster in chronological order with Mii Fighters and all DLC characters. This will not give you the DLC characters for free. If you have them, you'll have to find out how to move them. Here is how the roster is organized with Mii Fighters: 1981: Super Mario / Donkey Kong 1990: Yoshi 1992: Wario 1983: Punch-Out!! 1986: The Legend of Zelda / Metroid / Kid Icarus 1989: Mother (EarthBound) 1990: Fire Emblem 1992: Kirby 1993: Star Fox 1996: Pokémon -Single Character Series- 1990: F-Zero 2001: Animal Crossing / Pikmin 2007: Wii Fit 2010: Xenoblade Chronicles -Retro Characters- 1980: Game & Watch 1984: Duck Hunt 1985: R.O.B. -Third Party- 1980: PAC-MAN 1987: Street Fighter / Mega Man / Final Fantasy 1991: Sonic the Hedgehog 2009: Bayonetta
Without Mii Fighters, The Legend of Zelda and Metroid have swapped positions as well as Mother and Fire Emblem
I keep my own CSS order, but I'm surprised by this one. I think it's pretty good. It's very Sm4sh-esque and respectful to the original, yet without the mess.
(I particularly like that all 4 super retro characters ended up together. Kudos for that.)
And Pikachu goes first because he's the mascot, I guess. Then they go by dex number. It's the same as the original Sm4sh CSS, only that with Jigglypuff and Lucario switched around because that never made the slight bit of sense.
So why exactly did you place D3 before Metaknight and Charizard before Mewtwo and Jigglypuff since it appeared in Brawl after those two Pokemon? Jigglypuff appeared in Smash 64 then Mewtwo appeared in Melee but Charizard appeared in Brawl. I know you based Final Fantasy and MOTHER on the year their franchise was created but they don't have their first protagonists in the game.