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lasagnasmash

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#1
Is there an actual defined difference between a "mangle" and an "M2K Angle"? I'm editing the SmashWiki and adding fan-made terms, so i'd like some fan-made input. Thanks for your help!
 

KirinKQP

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#3
An M2K-angle is when you go into the side of the stage to sweet spot the ledge and not get hit. A Mangle is when you are offstage recovering and you do an angle that makes it so you don't get hit and successfully recovery.

M2K is touching the stage, a Mangle doesn't.
 
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lasagnasmash

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#4
An M2K-angle is when you go into the side of the stage to sweet spot the ledge and not get hit. A Mangle is when you are offstage recovering and you do an angle that makes it so you don't get hit and successfully recovery.

M2K is touching the stage, a Mangle doesn't.
Just to clarify- the Mangle sweetspots the ledge, but the M2K angle rides along the side of the stage and then grabs ledge?
 

Mr_towel_Man

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#5
An M2K-angle is when you go into the side of the stage to sweet spot the ledge and not get hit. A Mangle is when you are offstage recovering and you do an angle that makes it so you don't get hit and successfully recovery.

M2K is touching the stage, a Mangle doesn't.
Makes sense. Thanks for the info!
 

KirinKQP

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#6
lasagnasmash lasagnasmash

When you do a Mangle, you go far above the ledge and either special fall to it or to the stage. You can mixup your aerial drift while falling and fake out the other player as it may look like you're gonna go on stage.
 
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