Data Blathers' Blathers: Villager Hitbox / Frame Data and Other Research

jmjb

Smash Apprentice
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anhJer
#81
I believe villagers up smash fireworks can be partially pocketed, since fox is able to reflect them.
 

jmjb

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anhJer
#82
I'm curious about villagers NAir, I know it comes out at frame 3, does the jump animation require any frames before I can perform a NAir? from a stand position on the map, can I go from standing to NAir in 3 frames? or does jump require frames to happen before I can NAir.
another way to put this, does NAir and jab out of shield hit the opponent at the same frame?
 

Veen.

Plant. Water. Chop.
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VeenStache711
#84
Had a random thought the other day, so I felt like asking: As far as Stale Move Negation, do attacks stale when they hit Villager's tree? It would seem silly if they do, because then you could just hypothetically grow a tree and spam jab to refresh your other moves, right?

Edit: Answer to my own question, attacks that hit the tree are not added to the stale move queue, so the tree can't be used to stale or refresh moves.
 
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W.A.C.

Smash Ace
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#85
Is there any list I can find of Villager's true combos out of down throw? His down throw combos seem to vary a ton depending on character size, weight, and fall speed. Example: Down Throw to Down Tilt registers as a true combo against Shiek in training mode from 0-5%, but that doesn't work on most of the roster.
 

Plino

 
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#86
Is there any list I can find of Villager's true combos out of down throw? His down throw combos seem to vary a ton depending on character size, weight, and fall speed. Example: Down Throw to Down Tilt registers as a true combo against Shiek in training mode from 0-5%, but that doesn't work on most of the roster.
I will work on this

Villager param 18-16 confirms my calculated values for Lloid damage while riding! It provides multipliers of ×2.3 for standard Lloid, ×2.4 for Liftoff Loid, and ×1.2 for Pushy Lloid, which all yield my numbers right down to the decimal point.

Additionally, I was able to find the param for Lloid HP, which was 18-21. This confirms the flat value of exactly 12% HP that I had calculated for all Lloid variations.
 
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