Welcome to the second training guide for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate! Seeing as he was the winner of our first official tournament it seems only fitting we would next cover Link. As if placing S-tier in Super Smash Bros. 4 wasn’t enough for him, Link has come back with a vengeance, however not many changes to the character as a whole, in terms of amiibo. The one major change that makes Link so intriguing is his bombs, but alongside that, his sword is longer making his already scary smash attacks that much deadlier.
For the first time ever, a Yoshi amiibo has taken the championship title of an amiibo tournament. Throughout the many years of Smash 4, this hadn’t happened even once. This is Smash Ultimate, and the second-ever tourney has seen a Yoshi claim victory. Things really are different, aren’t they? Congratulations to the winner! If you’re interested in the full matchup data, check out our official tournament records. Here’s a silly (and wildly inaccurate) tier list based on results from these two competitions.
Those who participated in the Seasonal Amiibo League Team Invitational’s first season learned two things:
- Planning for doubles is different than planning for a 1-on-1 match
- Splice really works hard to make his acronyms spell stuff. Too hard
Well, we may be entering the new, Ultimate meta but those two items are still true! So, if you’re interested in learning about the strange world of Amiibo doubles, why don’t you just keep on reading and find out how to enter S.A.L.T.I.- Season 02!
Continue reading Make like a pretzel and get S.A.L.T.I…. again!
Today’s stream was rather short, but for good reason. We only trained one character! This time around, we focused on Jigglypuff and tried to answer one burning question: can it use Rest? In Smash 4, Jigglypuff amiibo could be taught to use Rest, but if it missed even once, it would forget how to use it. The link to the full stream archive can be found here. Without further ado, let’s begin.
Welcome to the first Amiibo Dojo Stream Analysis! As you may or may not know, I like to stream amiibo training when I’ve got the time to. Given that Smash Ultimate is a new game, watching amiibo battles live can help us all learn together. Today’s stream focused on Ness and Ridley, two characters I’ve written about already. It started off slow, but by the end, we made some important discoveries that could help us in the future. The link to the full stream archive can be found here. Now then, let’s get started.