|Appearance||Super Smash Flash 2|
|Tournament legality||Counterpick[Note 1]|
The stage was first shown in the sole trailer released back in 2008, after this, it was never seen again sans its minor appearances in the mini-trailers and was believed to be cut. It was not until demo v0.9 that Castle Siege, with a new design different from the first showcased, became playable.
Castle Siege has three different forms: the moat of the castle, the throne room, and the underground section, like in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, it teleports into a different form in a sequential order. The terrain on the moat of the castle consists of a platform in the center along with two smaller platforms on both sides of the larger platform. The throne room consists of a flat stage that includes two of the nearest flags that the player can jump on. These flags are located on the left and the right side of the stage. Finally, the underground section consists of a rather long straightforward platform.
- The main music track is titled Fire Emblem Theme, directly extracted from Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
This stage is a counterpick in competitive play. With hazards disabled, it is a fairly simple 2-platform stage. However, the stage itself is somewhat small, the area underneath the left-hand platform is a good camping spot, the edges have lips that can potentially gimp recoveries, and the slope in the center of the stage has some buggy collision issues. Regardless, these faults are not great enough to warrant banning the stage.
Castle Siege bares no exact resemblance to any place in particular in the Fire Emblem series. Rather, it is based on the theme and the series as a whole. The title of the stage comes upon the fact that the main objective throughout most of the Fire Emblem series was to seize a castle. The castle itself is based on various other castles in the series.