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There are a lot of MI ganons. Duel, minor threat, some others I can't recall. Maybe coast just means slightly more established ganons, like the ones that post here or get on stream more frequently.
That wasnt even a punish he just got caught somehow. lolSo, a bit off topic, but this is a good practical application for moonwalking in the neutral. Kind of a ****ty moonwalk, but yea. Admittedly, I was just doing it for flash and style (it's ganon dittos- come on), but it had the side effect of baiting out an up air and a jab, which I punished.
I'm not really sure where this would apply in other matchups, but it's something to think about. Maybe bait out a scrubby marth fsmash?
There are a lot of people with ganon secondaries in Boston. But there are very few ganon mains. There is a guy called crow with a pretty good ganon, though.
I roll like a madman with ganon, and even more in dubs.Use rolls wisely, they don't get punished as much in dubs. And use roll from ledge when **** is hectic. Pressure the guy edgeguarding your teammate. Good luck lol.
if you're talking about consistent ways of approaching lasers, you can make powershielding just as consistent as WDOOS, which would basically make it the stronger option. i usually tend to not approach when a falco is laser unless they are spamming it in place, so i think powershield is the superior option.@ PseudoTurtle
As far as wavedashing Oos isn't that Ganons only consistent way of approaching Falco's SHL?
Theres power sheilding which I haven't really been too successful at, and there's the L+Z+A power sheild which seemed interesting at first but also difficult to implement and also has had mixed results as far as how useful it is.
I practiced in slow mo melee or In training where you can slow it down, I practiced doing it where I walked first then dashed the other way and did the moonwalk motion, and when he slide all the way back I dashed again and did the motion again and again til he was constantly moving backyo can any of you give advice on moonwalking for ganon?
You could probably just get really lazy and only ever use upair to edgeguard in friendlies and really try to get the timing down. Of course, like you said, if you're in a pinch and need to be a bit faster, go ahead and fast fall. But if you want to be accurate, and have the time to time it, then you should probably not FF it.Yea, but... is it really that hard to get it frame perfect? It's a total of a 4 button imput, and a slow one at that. You're stating the safer option, but what if you're in a crunch?
Tipman always fast fell and I usually defer to him when it comes to the up air spike lol.
Where you are correct, however, is when fox / falco don't sweetspot, but you still want that spike. But, to be honest, I usually just bair here. Much easier, just as effective.
What about ledge hop uair? Does the hitbox of that resemble the frame 16 image you posted?