AbsurdProposition wrote: »
Wario's bite is probably one of the best moves in the game imo. It can wreck characters who don't have disjointed hitboxes. Like, assuming you had perfect timing I'm pretty sure bite can beat every one of Falcon's moves.
No Great Name wrote: »
So tube gave me permission to post this in a thread
I'm streaming some dumb amiibo/smash bros stuff and I'm trying to raise some money for a kid I know who has cancer. It was stage 4 neuroblastoma, and to be completely honest and finger crossing he might be cancer free right now, they're just waiting on some results. So yes he's been through all his chemo and he's doing great, but his single mother had to take off work and ran out of paid time off a long time ago, so our community is trying to raise money to help her with the bills.
So please, come check out how dumb smash bros can be and maybe spread the word? The... fun is going to begin around 6pm est.twitch.tv/sirtoons
Zilik wrote: »
Anyone want to get a few matches in? I'd like to get some practice with Marth/Lucina.
ChopperDave wrote: »
March 7th @ 9PMSignupsSteam Group
ChopperDave is the guest TO this week! Like last week, we're doing formal stage striking for the starter stages, which means you and you opponent take turns banning starter stage until just one is left (which is where you play the match). The higher seed is just the player with the higher number.Double Elimination, with regular matches will be best of three 1v1 matches with three stocks. Winner, Loser, and Grand Finals will be best of five. Time for all matches is eight minutes.
The results of Sudden Death are ignored, and the player with the lowest damage percentage when time expires is the winner.
Items, and equipment are banned; Custom Moves are allowed.
Players may switch characters/moves between matches. The winner of the previous match opts to change first (notify your opponent of whom) and then the loser may change their character in turn.
Starter Stages: 1. Battlefield, 2. Final Destination (or an identical Ω stage), 3. Duck Hunt, 4. Smashville, and 5. Town and City.
A starter stage is chosen via striking. Starting with the higher seeded player, players go back and forth banning starter stages until there is one stage left. The set begins on that stage.
After a match, the winner may ban up to two stages. Then the loser picks the next stage, and which may be any of the starter stages or the following counterpick stages: Castle Siege, Delfino Plaza, Kongo Jungle, Pokemon Stadium 2, Luigi's Mansion, Skyloft, Wuhu Island, Lylat Cruise, and Halberd. The loser may NOT pick a stage they have previously won on in that set.
When a set is finished, report results on Challonge. If you wish, you can also report the scores of each match (how many KOs each player got), but this is optional. If a mistake is made, report it to me and it'll be fixed.
Sets should take thirty minutes to complete. If after five minutes your opponent has not shown up, please contact me and you will win the set by default.
When playing on Final Destination, either player may choose to play on Omega Palutena's Temple instead.
Smasher's Agreement: a player make pick a stage not on this list if both players agree to it.
ORDER: Winner Bans Stages -> Loser Pick Stages -> Winner Announces Character -> Loser Announces Character -> Play Match
Katie Tiedrich wrote:
She's great to have around when the power goes out, though.
Gundi wrote: »
Anybody wanna smash?
Gundi wrote: »
@Speed Racer Fight me!
Didgeridoo wrote: »
Jiminy Christmas, but I do hate the unlock system for custom moves. Are there any tricks to it, or am I doomed to unlock all the moves for characters I never play while never getting the ones I actually want?