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Well, I'd say for Mario, that there aren't that many techs that are too difficult for semi-n00b players. The only thing close to it is prolly the SHABAWD. (that's ShortHopAerialBackAWaveDash)Another question: what skills I need to learn before, and what are too difficoult for a semi-noob-player?
rephrase your 1st question about caping.Ok, after reading this guide I have two really-noob-questions. First, I saw some videos (but I don't remember who was the smasher, sorry..) where mario caped link's recoveries, particoulary when they played in final destination even if he was using attacks with disjointed hitboxes. I suppose I have to avoid this because I'm quite inexpert, or it should a useful skill such as using the cape for fox and falco's recoveries? Another question: what skills I need to learn before, and what are too difficoult for a semi-noob-player?
Tier List As Of October 2008CURRENT TIER LIST (as of 2005) [TEIR]
· Captain Falcon
· Ice Climbers
· Donkey Kong
· Young Link
· Mr. Game and Watch
Here's how I use it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eWOlv6TY-Y#t=09m17sI'm going to go ahead and necro the crap out of this thing.
So I was reading and I have to ask is there really no use for the downtilt?