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  • How is it expected of people to play better in tournament? I play in Nerfed Mode.
    Imagine people actually using Wavelands and Wavedashes for something useful instead of a pseudo taunt.
    It's Smash 4 Perfect Pivot all over again.
    Looking to submit one of my Byleth clips to XStyles' "The Salt is Real" video series. Competition is looking too easy, if you ask me. Most Byleths just do about the same reads with Down B and the arrow.
    My Zelda clips are the very proof I could never drop her...
    Madame Lesley
    Madame Lesley
    Funny enough, when I transitioned from playing Smash 64 into Ultimate, one of the characters I was dying to try was Zelda. Now she's one of my consistent picks.
    Sometimes it confuses me as to how people perceive the way I look, in terms of age. When I tell some people I’m 25, they sometimes don’t seem to make any sort of remark, making me think they aren’t surprised.

    On the other hand, I’ve gotten people to go as far to think I’m a minor, and I'm actually not surprised.

    It's confusing, and I'm not sure what to think.
    As I walk through the valley of the shadow of death
    I come out of the valley with that shadow's last breath
    The Universe is punishing me, and I know I deserve it. It's a constant reminder that I am not following my true path.

    No more.
    I love the song "Counting Stars", by One Republic. It reminds me of my hopes and dreams.
    A lot of people in the Internet make it seem that they're so far removed from reality, that they go as far as to make "jokes" about really bad things. To them, in their own little computer and Internet forum world, they're probably "cool" and "edgy" for trying to make humour of things like 9/11 and The Holocaust.

    In what way this is funny? You aren't cool. You're a little **** trying to sound funny and edgy, and no wonder you're miserable, depressed and living in front of a computer screen.

    Keep it up.
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    At least I can let go of seriously bad things that aren't directed at me. The inability to do so is super unhealthy.
    Leoinu
    Leoinu
    GamerZard You were literally driven to heavy drinking over a damn video game. Shut your hypocritical ass up.
    Oz o:
    Oz o:
    Zard, I'm not any one of those things. I actually learned because I used to be depressed and ****. It's not like I go around my day thinking how ****ty people can be behind a computer screen.

    I have Smash, for that.
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    I was never a fan of the Big Mac and the Whopper. I just like the classic cheeseburger variations with cheddar, pickles and ketchup. ):
    I'm so good and so bad, that I somehow manage to SD 3 times in the same match against one of our top players

    AND STILL TAKE THEM TO LAST STOCK.
    Why does it feel like some people are a lot friendlier in person? I know some people that sound like an ass, online.
    Byleth has particularly taught me the importance of spacing. Spacing is a lot more of just throwing hitboxes without getting punished. It's also being able to tell how much range you have before being able to perform an action, such as when it comes to initial dashes.

    I'm using it both for me and against opponents.
    I feel most players have access to 70-80% of their full capabilities, consistently. I feel like I'm only stuck at 20-30%. It's very frustrating, and baffling seeing people you know you're definitely matched with consistently make Top 5 when you know you can also do that, but constantly underperform to the point you can't stop wondering,

    Is the Universe really against me that much?
    KirbyWorshipper2465
    KirbyWorshipper2465
    I've long since accepted that I'm not the best player in the world. If I can beat games and access content through skill, I'm fine with that and don't really feel like I need to be competitive unless achievement systems are involved.
    Oz o:
    Oz o:
    There's nothing wrong with the way you think. But me, personally, I really want to achieve something and make a name for myself. I don't care about being the best in the world, in all honesty. If I could beat some Top 10 in the world at least once, I'd be fine with it. I'd "just" like to be recognized as the best with my character, such as Zelda, Corrin and even Byleth.

    I legitimately felt I was at least a Top 5 Zelda, but it's not like my tournament results even come close to supporting that. I feel the current "best" Zeldas don't let out her potential at all, but it's not me bashing them either.
    MilkCalf
    MilkCalf
    Then there's me on my way to capping my knowledge of Smash while performing at 10% capacity...
    I pity the people who have to cut my hair. They're extremely patient with every one of my details. Most guys just go in and show a picture, or whatever.
    Sometimes it concerns me that people might come to think that I have this intimidating look on my face when I go to play Smash, at the weeklies. That's mostly the case when I just want to focus and practice to get better. I'm not like other people that can just laugh things off, since it tends to distract me.

    Even with friends, sometimes I just want to focus and really try to improve. Improving is fun for me, not just idly playing for hours.
    I spiked a Fox once per stock, and it never stops being satisfying. I'm really getting the hang of spiking their recovery with Byleth.

    Byleth's Dair is ridiculous. I've already killed two people at 0 WITH A KILL CAM. A literal 0-death.
    I've been reading consistently in the past few days. Reading, is something I've been meaning to pick up for years. I would've struggled to read 5-10 pages- but today, I am almost finished reading 100 pages of a light novel.

    I even struggled to finish *mangas*.
    Oz o:
    Oz o:
    You've had the feeling before, at least. This is fairly new to me. When I was younger, my parents made me read and I literally had no idea why people even read, other than stuff like homework.
    Wigglerman
    Wigglerman
    Feels good to finally 'unlock' the ability to let yourself get engrossed/lost in the text, let your mind do all the work without even realizing.
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    Oz o:
    Yeah, you kind of forget you're even reading text at times. Your mind is doing the processing, and you're not even consciously thinking about it.
    Do you ever feel like your life is literally a written script and you struggle SO MUCH to break from it? It's excrutiating to deviate from it.
    Ben Holt
    Ben Holt
    I write my life story as an actual story with my own characters.
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    StoicPhantom
    Nah, I just feel like there's some deity bullying me on occasion.
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    KirbyWorshipper2465
    KirbyWorshipper2465
    Fate basically likes to turn my Tuesdays into an excruciating experience, for no apparent reason.
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