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  • I was told that having one main only would be good for practicing fundamentals. Is this true?
    Orlando BCN
    Orlando BCN
    Yes. You will have maximum efficiency playing with just one character.
    Lost a 3rd one. Practice never helps.
    MajoraMoon
    MajoraMoon
    Apparently you never heard of "Practice makes perfect". If you continue that mindset, GamerZard, you won't go anywhere in anything.
    Me: Plays first two ranked Anther's matches

    Also me: Loses both of them

    That means you suck and you can't shield for ****, and you Flare Blitz out of desperation.
    T-baggers make me hate this game. I legit feel insult by them and my self-esteem is already low.
    It's not gonna take a few days for me to recover, especially since I seem to play the game just to stress myself out.

    Playing to win, learn, and/or have fun is impossible when you can't beat all-knowing Slingshot spam. I guess I can't main superheavies anymore.
    Wyoming
    Wyoming
    Get a pocket/secondary that covers their weaknesses/poor MUs.
    **** it! I'm done with this game. I will never play this abusive game again. It can drown in dust for all I care.

    And I'm NOT going back to it.
    Smash SERIOUSLY needs an option to let you avoid fights with certain characters. That way, I could actually have fun because I choose not to engage every broken Isabelle there is.

    I want to destroy this cartridge so bad (Or at least sell it)... *expletive*
    Does my autism really explain my cynical, obsessive Smash behavior? If so, how do I quit this life-shortening obsession?
    John Dylan Smith
    John Dylan Smith
    That almost sounds like myself to a major extent (Cynical, Obsessive Smash behavior).

    If anything. Find some other hobbies to look into or something like that.
    Ledge jumping needs a ton more immunity frames. Being tilt killed by doing this is some stupid tomfoolery.
    When spawn like Pichu exist, why do people even bother playing superheavies when they can only beat less than half the roster?
    Kiligar
    Kiligar
    The game balance could be improved. Patch 4.0.0 hype? Don’t want to get my hopes up, but I would expect an improvement to balance.
    What Ultimate needs is an option to give opponents a stock when they're dead. Too many team matches where pressing A+B is not done when it really should.
    Which fighter is the best, easiest fighter in Ultimate? Someone who would be very high on a tier list AND be easy to play. I'm sick of picking up fighters who style on me and failing with them.
    Orlando BCN
    Orlando BCN
    I’m considering switching to Mario. Not only is he easy to play, but he’s got some sweet kill confirms.
    RealPokeFan11
    RealPokeFan11
    Palutena is pretty fun and easy to pick up. Nair and Explosive flame are my favorite moves, and she's actually good.
    punished faygo
    punished faygo
    probably wolf

    easy to use, and very very strong
    I despise Isabelle mains and everything they stand for with a burning, homicidal passion. Give me some advice on how to counter the ***** before I relapse.
    Sometimes, I just hate the forums (and similar sites) and its trolls who abuse anonymity to contribute to the toxicity. Why do I even bother calling out every no-gooder and/or reporting them?
    RealPokeFan11
    RealPokeFan11
    Sometimes it's best to not respond to them. If they don't get a reaction, they will probably move on to something else.
    Joker's tether is the best! Ivysaur sucks for having his own tether be position-specific.
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    Tether recoveries still suck at the end of the day, even Jokers. Too much vulnerability in using it, but I guess it makes up for not having to sweetspot or being able to recover from practically the blast zone.
    RealPokeFan11
    RealPokeFan11
    They also can kill you on custom stages.
    What's a superheavy supposed to do against projectile zoners?
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    Parry and move in with reduced lag frames, kind of like what I do when I play my Link in the notably bad Cloud matchup.
    I am SERIOUSLY trying to fix my attitude. Any insult is unhelpful and will be reported, and I really don't wanna abuse the system. Why do people do this?
    What's a good way to practice edgeguarding and gimping?
    Orlando BCN
    Orlando BCN
    Play Joker. Seriously. He has the best gimping tools in the game right now.
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    If you want a character designed for high, mid and low recoveries in one package, with at least 4 different options to utilize for it, and doesn't use gimmicks that fail in higher level play, Link is the person to go for. I can also back that up with multiple videos I've uploaded that have pretty much only edge guards in them, stylish ones too, I might add.
    BonafideFella BonafideFella I have various insecurities with myself. There's a chance that I may as well be bullied, especially if there's crouch spam to lure me into a ban. I can't help not feeling depressed, and telling myself "it's just a game" would sound fake and forced because I doubt positive self-talk works.
    BonafideFella
    BonafideFella
    Well then, I'm sorry, but I just can't relate to choosing to do something that makes me unhappy out of "obligation". Therefore, I can't help you and I doubt that most of us can either. Best of luck to you in the future and I hope you can sort this out.
    ~?~ ~?~ Looking at your comment, I actually won 3 different matches in a row today as Pokemon Trainer using an unpopular Semi-SoloZard (the game's worst character) tactic after some hard reading about how losing in a game has no real consequence. By applying this logic, I was able to relax and play all sorts of mindgames instead of going for quick and impatient kills (which contributed to my fighting game rut because that's how I played fighters).
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    That's why I go in arenas and beat people with only Up Special out of parry with Link. When I'm cheesing and styling, for some reason I start playing out of my mind. I go in with the mindset of "let's make a cool *** combo video" instead of "need to win" and then magic starts happening.
    Today marks the day I continue Smash without any assistance from SmashBoards, because some people are just so needlessly toxic to assume I'm a know-nothing Neanderthal when I'm not.

    I already know what to do, and it's not to "git gud". I'm gonna go have some fun.
    Crazy Hand 2001
    Crazy Hand 2001
    You should've just had fun to begin with

    Not worry so much about winning
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    I started doing crazy combos and edge guards the moment I stopped trying for the salty Ws. Now I'm so consistent at it that my Ws are saltless.
    As said, me playing competitively is clearly killing me. I've been so set on this "git gud" mentality to rid myself of my bad luck that I forgot how to have fun with Smash. I had fun with Sm4sh, but somehow Ultimate brought out the worst in me. How do I have fun with this game again? Besides tell myself "it's just a game", because there has to be more than that.
    MajoraMoon
    MajoraMoon
    Well, take a break from the competitive scene, play some classic mode or just practice against an AI. If you're lucky, bring a friend. Or you can just sit and just listen to Smash's soundtrack.
    Another thing I loathe about this game: FFAs not being taken seriously. I play seriously (which is bad on its own), then I get killed and leave because I don't wanna spend 3 minutes watching nonchalant moving and dancing. It's like some people want to troll others and get them banned.
    These edgeguarding college graduates are ticking me off, but I still wanna play. Should I stop though?
    OnyanRings
    OnyanRings
    It depends on how ticked off you're getting.
    If the game starts making you miserable, maybe you should take a good break , see if the frustration is still there.
    Seriously, I would LOVE to choose to fight people who have little to no experience than cocky, show-offy tourney-goers who have a sixth sense. I can't function under those circumstances.
    Joker's great, but I just know once I learn him, this bitterness will grow back as fighting better players is still unavoidable...
    I hate when people say "git gud". Not only is it extremely basic, therefore, unhelpful, it suggests "gitting gud" is easy, when it's not. This is most true with Smash. Halfway into Month 5 of the game and my win/lose rate shouldn't be this lopsided toward "loss". I've tried everything to "git gud", yet I still get put mostly in unwinnable situations. If this is to help me "git gud", it's not working. At all.
    BonafideFella
    BonafideFella
    While I agree, you need to realize this is just a game, and the people you find annoying or infuriating to fight against are also playing the game same as you are. It's not a personal attack, just take it in stride.
    Would therapy even help? This issue sounds too silly to take seriously, but I just wanna be done with it. And changing mindsets and not caring isn't easy.
    Orlando BCN
    Orlando BCN
    Just take a chill pill, man. It’s natural to get salty because it’s a competitive game. You just need to learn to take the L.
    Lucina might become my new main until Rool gets heavily buffed. As it stands, he's a lot worse than he should be and getting good with him looks like it costs an arm and a leg, and I'm not that dedicated.
    FireSonic
    FireSonic
    Make him your secondary, then.
    Stay away from the Competitive Forums! Your opinions and optimism for low/bottom tiers will NOT be accepted!
    I hate how the competitive base bashes DK. Are they trying to erase the dedicated DK mains by focusing on the negative? He's not that bad!
    Swamp Sensei
    Swamp Sensei
    Because a lot of people are insistent that if something isn't amazing, it's terrible.
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