Whoa nelly! This is going to be a doozy of a write-up! I don’t normally want to combine so much but with S.A.L.T.I. starting to take shape and S.L.A.P.’s regular season about to come to a close, there is a LOT to talk about. So… shall we begin?
Surprisingly, things have been busy here at the Amiibo Dojo – we’ve been updating posts and articles behind-the-scenes, working tirelessly to get things ready for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in December. You may or may not know this, but we’re planning on updating every training guide one last time. Each guide update includes new and fresh information, as well as information on vanilla (no equipment) training.
Today, five new guides are available: Mario, Luigi, Pikachu, Pac-Man, and Ness. These fighters are among the most notable in the amiibo metagame (for better or worse, in some cases). In addition to the aforementioned updated information, each guide has been given brand-new fancy featured images to tie things together. Enjoy!
And don’t forget about Amiibo Summer Smash – A.S.S. for short – entries are due on Thursday, August 2 at 11:59PM EST. Be sure to read the rules before submitting. We’re on the home stretch to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, so let’s give it our all in these last few Smash 4 amiibo tournaments!
Hey there! It’s been quite a while since our last update, but it’s finally time to give the amiibo tier list a bit of an overhaul. We’ve got a bunch of rises and drops to talk about, and just like last time, I’m going to explain why each character’s position changed. Now then, let’s get started.
Cloud Nine Premier League I has concluded, and it was one of the craziest amiibo tournaments to date. With over fifty entrants and high stakes, trainers sent their strongest contenders in a fierce battle for first place. Now it’s time to talk about how it all went down.
In August 2015, I started the Amiibo Dojo, and I set myself the lofty goal of writing training guides on all 58 characters. It certainly wasn’t easy. At first, I had a lot of trouble with organization and keeping them all in the same format. But now, after countless hours of research, writing, and spell-checking, they’re done. And I couldn’t have done it alone: thanks a million to Trainer Blue, Arklaine, Supernova, LiteSpeed, LittleFang, DONkLE, ZachD08, and MegaVGmaster for helping to gather all of the information I needed.
Now that all 58 amiibo training guides are in pristine condition, your training truly begins. Because now you know that every piece of amiibo content here is 100% refined and polished. Therefore, I encourage you all to start (or continue) training in preparation for the upcoming Nintendo Switch version of Super Smash Bros. Thank you all for your support; I hope you continue to check back every day for new and updated content. Until next time!