But again, is it probable? I have seen videos of that sort of thing happening on Castle Siege and more commonly Delfino, but I have never had it actually happen in a match before, and I have been playing these games for years. It is highly unlikely I am outlier exception, but rather this **** does not just simply happen on a common basis. It is not really constructive to argue about it. The stuff that happens on Skyloft happens like, every other match with varying severity. I am sure it would decrease with player knowledge, but not to a point where it is going to be reasonably avoidable in high pressure situations where you have to fight a competent opponent. Its really a poor argument for legitimizing Skyloft. You do not hear complaints about these stages because of their 'fall through' problems because if it was an actual common concern they would be banned.You could do it on command in Castle Siege and Delfino in Brawl -- I'd imagine learning the cause in Smash 4 would allow you to do the same thing.